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  1. Behind the scenes
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    07 Mar '19 07:17
    Donald Trump regularly reports for work between 10:00 and 11:00 AM, rarely bothers to read his daily intelligence briefings, and spends much of the rest of his waking hours tweeting his attacks on Democrats, Robert Mueller's investigation, the FBI, and the Justice Dept. Campaign speeches, strategy sessions with his lawyers, and hours watching TV take up the rest of his day. Other than cuddling with dictators such as Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin, he doesn't seem to do much. Is this really what a President supposed to do everyday? Does Trump plan to start working soon?
  2. Subscriberno1marauder
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    07 Mar '19 12:00
    @mchill said
    Donald Trump regularly reports for work between 10:00 and 11:00 AM, rarely bothers to read his daily intelligence briefings, and spends much of the rest of his waking hours tweeting his attacks on Democrats, Robert Mueller's investigation, the FBI, and the Justice Dept. Campaign speeches, strategy sessions with his lawyers, and hours watching TV take up the rest of his day. Ot ...[text shortened]... uch. Is this really what a President supposed to do everyday? Does Trump plan to start working soon?
    Let's hope not.
  3. SubscriberWajoma
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    07 Mar '19 12:072 edits
    @no1marauder said
    Let's hope not.
    Now this is something we can agree on. There was some kerfuffle a few years back in NZ when an MP bought her knitting into parliament. I think it's great.
    Install some sleep pods so they can snooze the day away, pokie machines, air hockey is probably too strenuous, chess would be too intellectual, a few draughts boards and counters. Let them amuse themselves some other way than dreaming up ways to interfere in our lives, soon as some start getting bright ideas for a new reg or tax, mess with the air, deplete the oxygen so they drift off for a nice little nap. Pay them to do nothing, I'm no fan of Trump but we should get right behind this all the way for all the pollies.
  4. Stargazing
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    07 Mar '19 13:20
    @mchill said
    Donald Trump regularly reports for work between 10:00 and 11:00 AM, rarely bothers to read his daily intelligence briefings, and spends much of the rest of his waking hours tweeting his attacks on Democrats, Robert Mueller's investigation, the FBI, and the Justice Dept. Campaign speeches, strategy sessions with his lawyers, and hours watching TV take up the rest of his day. Ot ...[text shortened]... uch. Is this really what a President supposed to do everyday? Does Trump plan to start working soon?
    When does he get his orange spray tan applied and straw bouffant attached?
  5. Alabama
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    07 Mar '19 16:17
    @mchill said
    Donald Trump regularly reports for work between 10:00 and 11:00 AM, rarely bothers to read his daily intelligence briefings, and spends much of the rest of his waking hours tweeting his attacks on Democrats, Robert Mueller's investigation, the FBI, and the Justice Dept. Campaign speeches, strategy sessions with his lawyers, and hours watching TV take up the rest of his day. Ot ...[text shortened]... uch. Is this really what a President supposed to do everyday? Does Trump plan to start working soon?
    But woul;dnt we want Trump to just sit in there and not get involved in out daily lives, so this country can keep growing and growing? That is, there is a lot to be said for the government not controlliing our lives, with regulations and all, like dictatorial countries do. Maybe that is what he is doing. He can sit right there as far as I am concerned, maybe just keep an eye on China, and Korea and the border problems.
  6. Germany
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    07 Mar '19 17:06
    @livineasy4 said
    But woul;dnt we want Trump to just sit in there and not get involved in out daily lives, so this country can keep growing and growing? That is, there is a lot to be said for the government not controlliing our lives, with regulations and all, like dictatorial countries do. Maybe that is what he is doing. He can sit right there as far as I am concerned, maybe just keep an eye on China, and Korea and the border problems.
    If you want the U.S. to catch up to wealthy countries, then you probably need an executive that does something. But for sure it's better than a president who actively does many (more) things to harm society.
  7. Pacific Ocean
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    07 Mar '19 18:502 edits
    It's time for change in Venezuela.. Idiot and looks for support to Europe. What a plank. No doubt he will be pursing his lippies and using his right hand fore finger and thumb and for to labour his point behind over many security services. The guy is a joke! Build your wall Trump and let that country get on with there own affairs. Bored with Syria, now a fresh campaign. Oh, let's not for get about Afghanistan. They don't want to talk about that!!
  8. Pacific Ocean
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    07 Mar '19 19:06
    @Hells-Caretaker
    Perhaps the man is getting 'Fluffed' while he Tweet's in a morning during his daily brain removal...
  9. Subscribersonhouse
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    07 Mar '19 22:33
    @Hells-Caretaker
    Not by Melania for sure.
  10. Alabama
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    07 Mar '19 22:50
    @sonhouse said
    @Hells-Caretaker
    Not by Melania for sure.
    I just saw an add to ‘support impeachment of trump to uncover the truth”. Am I crazy, or shouldn’t it be in reverse, support uncovering the truth, to impeach Trump!
  11. Germany
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    08 Mar '19 16:01
    @livineasy4 said
    I just saw an add to ‘support impeachment of trump to uncover the truth”. Am I crazy, or shouldn’t it be in reverse, support uncovering the truth, to impeach Trump!
    That it is apparently necessary to uncover even more crimes and corruption in order to remove Trump from office just shows you the extremely dire state that American politics is in right now.
  12. Subscribersonhouse
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    08 Mar '19 17:27
    @KazetNagorra
    Amen to that brother, even if I am an atheistšŸ˜‰
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