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Adjectives describing President Trump

Wealthy

rude

dishonest

ignorant

Know-it-all

poor listener

self centered

I think that is enough for me. 

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3 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Do you think that Russia had anything to do with Brexit?

Russia might have been happy with it, but last time I checked the voting public of Britain voted for it.  Unless they were brainwashed by the Russians to the Russians somehow changed the vote, it in my mind is larger a right wing British thing.   Judging from the loudmouths in Parliament and elsewhere I still think that.  Just like when I see the crowds going wild with MAGA hats, I know that Trump is an American product.

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2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

If you had to describe Donald Trump to someone who had no idea who he was, what would you say? What adjectives would you use?

 

Trump, like all American presidents is the most famous man in the world.  If someone had no idea who he was, they'd be too ignorant for my time.

I understand the British ambassadors frustration in having to work with his administration, I get that.  I'm not saying he wasn't accurate in his assessment of Trump.  I'm saying he was backed into a corner.  Trump already said he wasn't dealing with this British Ambassador, and who can blame him.  The man could no longer function in his job.  He was right to resign, not much choice.

Again, it's just a blip on the radar and a big embarrassment for Britain.

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12 minutes ago, Tweety said:

Trump, like all American presidents is the most famous man in the world.  If someone had no idea who he was, they'd be too ignorant for my time.

I understand the British ambassadors frustration in having to work with his administration, I get that.  I'm not saying he wasn't accurate in his assessment of Trump.  I'm saying he was backed into a corner.  Trump already said he wasn't dealing with this British Ambassador, and who can blame him.  The man could no longer function in his job.  He was right to resign, not much choice.

Again, it's just a blip on the radar and a big embarrassment for Britain.

My question was for the group in general and had nothing to do with the British diplomat other than it made me wonder what people consider to be relevant or accurate descriptors for the current POTUS. He clearly wants us to think in terms like "successful, strong, verile, smart, decisive" but most adults don't have that much imagination. IMV

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5 hours ago, Tweety said:

Trump, like all American presidents is the most famous man in the world.  If someone had no idea who he was, they'd be too ignorant for my time.

I understand the British ambassadors frustration in having to work with his administration, I get that.  I'm not saying he wasn't accurate in his assessment of Trump.  I'm saying he was backed into a corner.  Trump already said he wasn't dealing with this British Ambassador, and who can blame him.  The man could no longer function in his job.  He was right to resign, not much choice.

Again, it's just a blip on the radar and a big embarrassment for Britain.

Actually, it wasn't an embarrassment for GB.

The PM stood by the ambassador, and was vocal in her support.

The Washington Post ran a piece last week detailing how the Trump administration DOESN'T engage with the British Embassy.

They don't show up for events.

I am sure you can Goggle the story, and read about the Trump administration's indifference to the British.

Trump has spent his time in the WH antagonizing allies.

He isn't interested in working with our allies, or honoring special relationships.

That much should be clear to anyone.

The only embarrassment here, is once again, Trump.

Trump continues to be a daily embarrassment to the human race.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Tweety said:

Russia might have been happy with it, but last time I checked the voting public of Britain voted for it.  Unless they were brainwashed by the Russians to the Russians somehow changed the vote, it in my mind is larger a right wing British thing.   Judging from the loudmouths in Parliament and elsewhere I still think that.  Just like when I see the crowds going wild with MAGA hats, I know that Trump is an American product.

The Russians targeted Brexit, just as they targeted the 2016 American presidential campaign.

The Russians are targeting elections all over Europe.

Putin wants to rule the world.

Only DJT doesn't believe that to be true.

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6 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

My question was for the group in general and had nothing to do with the British diplomat other than it made me wonder what people consider to be relevant or accurate descriptors for the current POTUS. He clearly wants us to think in terms like "successful, strong, verile, smart, decisive" but most adults don't have that much imagination. IMV

So, what exactly was the purpose of that question?  Especially since you pretty much know the feelings about Trump of everyone who is going to answer it.

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2 hours ago, Lil Nel said:

The Russians targeted Brexit, just as they targeted the 2016 American presidential campaign.

The Russians are targeting elections all over Europe.

Putin wants to rule the world.

Only DJT doesn't believe that to be true.

Fair enough, but it's not like the United States hasn't targeted governments around the world that they back and want to get elected.  I'm not saying that it's right.

Ultimately Americans of their free will elected Trump, as did the British in Brexit.

 

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8 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

My question was for the group in general and had nothing to do with the British diplomat other than it made me wonder what people consider to be relevant or accurate descriptors for the current POTUS. He clearly wants us to think in terms like "successful, strong, verile, smart, decisive" but most adults don't have that much imagination. IMV

I guess then it's appropriate for the DJT thread.  It's pretty apparent what the few of us that post here think of him.  Whatever.

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2 hours ago, Lil Nel said:

Actually, it wasn't an embarrassment for GB.

The PM stood by the ambassador, and was vocal in her support.

The Washington Post ran a piece last week detailing how the Trump administration DOESN'T engage with the British Embassy.

They don't show up for events.

I am sure you can Goggle the story, and read about the Trump administration's indifference to the British.

Trump has spent his time in the WH antagonizing allies.

He isn't interested in working with our allies, or honoring special relationships.

That much should be clear to anyone.

The only embarrassment here, is once again, Trump.

Trump continues to be a daily embarrassment to the human race.

 

I believe that I did mention that from his election Trump has antagonized Britain and particular the mayor of London.  

It is also embarrassing to Britain that these were leaked.  Maybe not what was leaked was embarrassing since they don't like Trump and don't care about enraging him.  

 "Met police assistant commissioner Neil Basu said in a Friday statement that there was sufficient evidence there had been "damage caused to U.K. international relations, and there would be clear public interest in bringing the person or people responsible to justice."

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/kim-darroch-leak-british-police-open-up-investigation-into-ambassadors-leaked-trump-communications-2019-07-12/

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8 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

So, what exactly was the purpose of that question?  Especially since you pretty much know the feelings about Trump of everyone who is going to answer it.

My purpose was to provide an opportunity for everyone, including you to offer up the adjectives which accurately describe Trump. I would actually love to read your descriptors.  I know that you defend a good many of his policies while largely ignoring what he actually says, so I'd be interested in what you think of him as a man, an individual. Do you think that he is intelligent, even-tempered, pragmatic? What words would you use to describe the man who is the Republican president?

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7 hours ago, Tweety said:

I guess then it's appropriate for the DJT thread.  It's pretty apparent what the few of us that post here think of him.  Whatever.

Thank you for permission.  There's no requirement to play along but this entire thread is about him so why not. Before we decide to support individuals or ideas it's important to engage in some type of identification process.  Before association we should determine who or what is being represented.  Adjectives provide an easy pathway.

For instance, if an accurate descriptor is "religious zealot" it might be a warning for me while others might see that as good reason to elect someone governor (as in Alaska).

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