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Its like kindergarden, if you dont do what I say, Im gonna report your name my Dad :banghead:

 

A good slap for the USA at the UN vote

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I love the oompa loompa - he cannot understand that other people have different opinions than his. The comments by Nikki Haley (a diplomat I previously respected) that they were taking names was laughable. When you're in a room of 15, and the vote is 14 - 1 and you try and pretend you're right and everybody else is wrong then you lose all credibility. 

You then get to the General Assembly, and probably only 3 other countries out of 190 will support your position but you still believe you're right then you have to wonder if you actually understand you've assumed the right position. 

The Orange One treats diplomacy in the same that he treats woman, he just tries to bully / assault / overcome until he gets his way - THE USA used to be the leader of the free world, now they've become a laughing stock!!!

Jerusalem: UN resolution rejects Trump's declaration

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-42446027

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Friendship party with Mexiko, maybe this will melt their wall building

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Abstention doesn't mean they agree with USA - this is so dumb, :crazy:

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:megamanson:

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/trump-reportedly-haitians-aids-nigerians-huts-article-1.3717535

Trump reportedly said all Haitians have AIDS, Nigerians have huts

BY  DENIS SLATTERY 

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Saturday, December 23, 2017, 1:46 PM

President Trump exploded with vitriolic and racist comments — saying all Haitians have AIDS and mocking Nigerians — during a heated White House meeting about immigration, according to a report on Saturday.

Trump grumbled as entered the Oval Office, dressing down his national security team and railing against the number of immigrants who had entered the country since he took office.

He said he looked like a fool as the number climbed and he failed to make good on his promise to curtail the number of foreigners coming to America, sources told The New York Times.

Trump fumed at his top security team, reading from a list and complaining that 15,000 immigrants arrived from Haiti.

They “all have AIDS,” he said.

He read on, complaining that 40,000 people had come from Nigeria.

They would never “go back to their huts” in Africa, the President griped, a pair of officials told The Times.

Trump exploded at staff and cabinet members, including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as John Kelly, then the secretary of homeland security, cleared the room of underlings and tried to assert order, sources told the newspaper.

The White House did not deny the heated nature of the meeting, but insisted Trump never used the words “AIDS” or “huts.”

Several participants in the meeting told The Times they did not recall Trump using those words and did not think he had.

Frank Sharry, the executive director of America’s Voice, a pro-immigration group, said he wouldn’t be surprised if the comments came from the President’s mouth, arguing that his immigration agenda is motivated by racism.

“He’s basically saying, ‘You people of color coming to America seeking the American dream are a threat to the white people,’” Sharry told The Times.

Since the beginning of his term, Trump has pushed to curb the number of refugees and immigrants accepted into the U.S.

He has recently railed against chain migration and the diversity visa lottery program — pointing to the deadly lower Manhattan truck attack carried out by Sayfullo Saipov, who came to the U.S. through the lottery program as an example.

He has also used Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi national who attempted to detonate a bomb in the subway near the Port Authority Bus Terminal, who came to the U.S. through chain migration after his aunt was selected through the lottery program.

Chain migration is a term often misused by anti-immigration hardliners. It is essentially the same process that families of immigrants have used to enter the U.S. for generations.

Trump’s presidential campaign offered a clear picture of what his White House policies would look like.

Anti-immigration rhetoric and the demonizing of foreigners as a group of people bringing crime or radicalization into the country has permeated the President’s speeches and public comments following tragedies and terror attacks.

The nationalist approach to immigration is in part thanks to senior policy adviser Stephen Miller.

The 33-year-old staffer has made restricting the flow of immigrants and refugees to the U.S. his main priority since joining the Trump team.

Miller drew heat in January for the botched roll-out of the Trump administration’s initial travel ban that targeted Muslim immigrants.

On Friday, a U.S. appeals court said the most recent version of the ban targeting people from six Muslim-majority countries should not be applied to people with strong U.S. ties.

“We conclude that the President’s issuance of the Proclamation once again exceeds the scope of his delegated authority,” the panel said.

In June, the same month that tempers flared in the Oval Office meeting, Miller was warring with State Department staffers over reports about the costs of resettling refugees.

When department specialists proposed including refugees’ economic contributions in the studies to produce a more balanced assessment, Miller rebuffed the idea, one current and one former U.S. official told Reuters.

Miller’s anti-immigration leanings were on full display according to officials who said Miller and the administration wanted to make a case to restrict refugee flows by creating a skewed analysis.

“It’s a policy outcome in search of a rationale,” a former U.S. official told Reuters.

Miller reportedly targeted Tillerson at the June meeting, according to The Times, blaming him for the high number of foreigners entering the country.

The young adviser has relished his role in combating bureaucracy and overturning decades of immigration policy.

“We have taken a giant steamliner barreling full speed,” Mr. Miller said in a recent interview. “Slowed it, stopped it, begun to turn it around and started sailing in the other direction.”

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On 21/12/2017 at 6:53 PM, Ciccone's Cheeks said:

:dead: Gawd I soo detest this administration and the GOP. That chiclete toothed c*nt Trumpbot Nikki Haley...arrogant and awful! lol Her 'resume' if now forever scarred by the orange shit stain. To think if she just avoided it, prob. would've been a def contender in 2020 or 2024. Corrupt shit show just gets more vile by the day. They're in FULL Jonestown, Waco mode now. They know they're getting possibly the biggest bloodbath in recent history or maybe history (period) in 2018 and are in full rat fleeing Titantic mode w/ every goodie they can get/steal before they drown. Fact that Paul Ryan is basically saying he ain't running in 2018 says it all. Not confirmed yet but he's not flat out saying he is (means he isn't). Wonder how many other 'retirements' etc. are coming lol. They know. 

What's your take on the Dreamers situation?

I've had it with all these conservative, lunatic republicans insisting that every immigrant needs to be deported. You cannot fault these young people (some of them didn’t even come here illegally by crossing a border) for being here when a choice was made without their consent. Some have been here before they even turned 1. Spent their entire lives here and are just as American as any citizen born in the US. This is their home. DACA is only protecting about 800k of these people. It’s ludicrous to even think about deportation when a lot of them have nothing in their birth country, not even any family.

Work and school are not rights, they’re privileges. If they’re in school, they do not qualify for financial aid. If they work, they pay taxes and receive nothing in return. If you had to compete among others to get into college, then it should be the same for a job. That’s the way life works.

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He's disgusting. 

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1% off the tax, a trillion added to the deficit.

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51 minutes ago, LSD said:

:madgemanson:

Donald in 2010...

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52 minutes ago, LSD said:

:madgemanson:

Billys tweet back had me laughing...

 

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22 hours ago, Skin said:

Billys tweet back had me laughing...

 

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Could Trump be the first president to get the most "fuck you" message during <Insert-Any-Holiday>? :1251: 

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Trump Terminated All Members Of HIV/AIDS Council Without Explanation
The remaining 16 members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS were fired on Wednesday.

By Jenna Amatulli
12/29/2017 11:47 am ET  | Updated 9 hours ago 


The White House has fired the members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA), the council’s executive director, Kay Hayes, confirmed to HuffPost on Friday.

The council, which still had 16 members, was completely dismissed with a letter sent through FedEx on Wednesday, the Washington Blade first reported.

“Current members of Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) received a letter informing them that the Administration was terminating their appointments” on Dec. 27, 2017, Hayes told HuffPost in a statement sent via email.

“They were also thanked for their leadership, dedication and commitment to the effort. Changing the makeup of federal advisory committee members is a common occurrence during Administration changes,” the statement read.

Six members of the council had earlier resigned in June due to “a president who simply does not care,” according to one member in a Newsweek op-ed entitled “Trump doesn’t care about HIV. We’re outta here.”

One source with knowledge of PACHA told the Washington Blade that “many council members were terminated even though additional time remained on their terms as advisers.”

PACHA is a federal advisory committee created in 1995 with the goal of “providing information, advice, and recommendations to the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services regarding programs, policies, and research to promote effective treatment, prevention, and cure of HIV disease and AIDS.”

As of September, President Donald Trump signed an executive order renewing PACHA for an additional year so the move to fire the current council without explanation seems brash. One of those members ― Gabriel Maldonado, CEO of the Riverside, Calif.-based LGBT and HIV/AIDS group Truevolution ― told the Washington Blade, however, that “it is common for appointees to be terminated and for folks to kind of want their own people in.”

“I think where the discrepancy comes in is why a year later, No. 1? Two, many of us, our terms were over earlier this year and we were sworn back in, and three were stayed on nearly four months after an executive order was signed continuing the council,” he said.

Also of note, during the Obama administration, nearly all of George W. Bush’s appointees were eliminated prior to new appointees being named.

The current administration has not appointed a director of the Office of National AIDS Policy, a major reason contributing to the June resignation of the six members of PACHA. Additionally, the ONE Campaign released a report earlier this year on the potential impact of the White House’s proposed $800 million cut to HIV/AIDS efforts. The cut would slash the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief by 17 percent and gut global health programs by $2 billion, according to CBS News. The impact would be so great that AIDS experts and advocates predicted to the publication that it would “upend progress on curbing the epidemic.” 

On World AIDS Day, the Department of Health and Human Services published a notice in the Federal Register inviting nominations of members to serve on PACHA. The council can have up to 25 members and nominations are due no later than 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018.

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trump-terminated-all-members-of-hivaids-council-without-explanation_us_5a465bd1e4b0b0e5a7a5ffb5

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I find it appalling, crazy and yes criminal that this man is still allowed to run a country. The damage he’s been doing to the USA will be irreparable if he doesn’t ge the boot asap. In just one year Trump has proved to be a neo Nazi sympathiser, a child molester defender and supporter, a global warming denier and a dangerous enemy of the lgbt community and of course his anti immigration policies have exposed him as the bigot, racist and ignorant man he truly is. He didn’t get rid of the Wall Street swamp he made that swamp richer and more powerful. We are still on the brink of WW3 thanks to his lack of diplomacy and intelligence to deal with other countries. Doubt he had a real impactful hand on the stock market and employment  growth; those were doing fine under Obama as well ( although he can’t stop bragging about how he did this and he did that). 

I dint know about you guys but I’m starting to lose hope on the Russian probe too. I thought he would be finally get caught on his criminal dealings as a candidate and a businessman. I truly expected him to get arrested for some criminal shit he did but this investigation seems to be taking forever and is not going anywhere. Why is this Muller taking so long after all? He practically got all Trumps associates testimonies, bank accounts details and emails and still nothing?

Meanwhile racism, poverty and drugs are sweeping across the US. Some countries are starting to give up and join the evil US mentality. I noticed people are getting more and more indifferent to the whole thing and they might as well let him carry on. A lot of people are also so sick of this Trump bashing so they won’t get involved as many of the issues are not affecting them. 

Sorry for the rant guys but feels like we are still stuck in a nightmare with no end and no hope.

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1 hour ago, MeakMaker said:

I find it appalling, crazy and yes criminal that this man is still allowed to run a country. The damage he’s been doing to the USA will be irreparable if he doesn’t ge the boot asap. In just one year Trump has proved to be a neo Nazi sympathiser, a child molester defender and supporter, a global warming denier and a dangerous enemy of the lgbt community and of course his anti immigration policies have exposed him as the bigot, racist and ignorant man he truly is. He didn’t get rid of the Wall Street swamp he made that swamp richer and more powerful. We are still on the brink of WW3 thanks to his lack of diplomacy and intelligence to deal with other countries. Doubt he had a real impactful hand on the stock market and employment  growth; those were doing fine under Obama as well ( although he can’t stop bragging about how he did this and he did that). 

I dint know about you guys but I’m starting to lose hope on the Russian probe too. I thought he would be finally get caught on his criminal dealings as a candidate and a businessman. I truly expected him to get arrested for some criminal shit he did but this investigation seems to be taking forever and is not going anywhere. Why is this Muller taking so long after all? He practically got all Trumps associates testimonies, bank accounts details and emails and still nothing?

Meanwhile racism, poverty and drugs are sweeping across the US. Some countries are starting to give up and join the evil US mentality. I noticed people are getting more and more indifferent to the whole thing and they might as well let him carry on. A lot of people are also so sick of this Trump bashing so they won’t get involved as many of the issues are not affecting them. 

Sorry for the rant guys but feels like we are still stuck in a nightmare with no end and no hope.

It is atrocious and unsettling that he is still the president of the United States.  I see the false, baiting, belittling and pathetic childish tweets he does and it is depressing. Reading his stupid baiting tweet about needing global warming was sickening. Equally frightening is the republicans who accept his antics. All happy with the whole bread and circus distractions so they can pass more dreadful policies. 

Let's hope 2018 will see some common sense and decency somehow return. The longer this obscene buffoon stays in charge, the more complacent people become and the more his behaviour is shrugged off. Scary part is Pence is waiting in the wings and he is extremely dangerous, racist, sexist and heartless too. 

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:lmao::lmao:

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:rotfl:

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