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Any spat you see is made up for ratings.
And Paul, has Trump gained or lost total voters since 2016? While he’s certainly shored up his ultra idiotized base, I think he’s at a negative loss overall with voters.
This is why Dem’s need to have a nominee that can win MI, WI, and PA.
It’s beyond ridiculous. To the point of exhaustion.
Can’t wait for 2020 to get here to have the voters have their say.
I’d prefer that he kill himself.
F Sinclair Broadcasting.
Military parades are as obsolete/lame as Trump is.
Sorry, I’ll pass on anything having to do with Trump. Unless it’s video of him in cuffs.June 30, 2019 at 4:22 pm in reply to: Nina Turner is the female version of Stephen A. Smith #41955
Fear blame and Shame. Good one!!June 28, 2019 at 8:07 pm in reply to: Harris whomped on Biden. She ended his campaign today. #41944
It’s likely not an issue for anyone here. But it’s not about us. It’s about the other states like MI, WI, and PA and how those voters view that. My bet is it results in lost votes vs gained votes. It shouldn’t be that way but we also have to acknowledge reality.
I have the same concerns with Harris in those states. Can a black female win when the previous white female lost all 3 of those states? But, after what I saw last night she improved her lot with me.
I think Bernie is done with the exception of his die hard base (KSKD). He looked tired, had tired old talking points, nothing new to offer. And everything he offers will never happen with GOP control of the Senate anyway.
Warren would be the worst major candidate we could nominate. I can see she’s already peeling off Sanders supporters left and right. But like Clinton, she’s an unlikable female and Trump would eat her alive and win all 3 of the must flip states.
Klobuchar is another female dud. Can’t risk it with her.
I liked what I saw from Castro. Again, can he win in the 3 must flip states? I’m interested in hearing more. Same with Booker.
Biden looked old and tired and cornered. I like Biden a lot but as last night proved I feel he may be too old for this game. He would have won in 2016 but you can’t have a do over.
Candidates that are toast as of this first debate: Bennet, de Blasio, Gabbard, Gillibrand, Hinkenlooper, Inslee, Ryan, Swallwell, Beto, and Yang.June 28, 2019 at 7:43 pm in reply to: Nina Turner is the female version of Stephen A. Smith #41943
You’re like a broken record man! You’re still litigating 2016. Clinton did the work. Bernie Bros didn’t. Trump won as a result of your pussyfit. You should have a Trump sticker on your car, you earned it!
It’s 2019 and we have a new election coming up. The fact that you’d be willing to not vote for any of the 24 candidates running on the D side against Trump is just plain asinine. THIS kind of dickheadedness is why we have Trump.June 28, 2019 at 1:30 pm in reply to: Harris whomped on Biden. She ended his campaign today. #41938
Both Biden and Bernie looked old.
I continue to be impressed by Mayor Pete. But I don’t think he’s the person to beat Trump. And that’s all that really matters to me is that Trump loses. Any one of the top 8 or so candidates would be better and I don’t want to take any chances.June 28, 2019 at 1:24 pm in reply to: Nina Turner is the female version of Stephen A. Smith #41937
You sporting your “Socialists for Trump 2020” bumper sticker yet?
I currently see an electoral map that stays the same as 2016, but with PA, MI, and WI fliping back to the Dems. So if beating Trump is the number one goal, we should watch those states carefully to see who would be the best candidate to win back those states.
Well said. Trump is a real piece of shit.
A key indicator of the health of the manufacturing sector tanked in June, suggesting that business sentiment around new tariffs is starting to bite.
The Empire State Manufacturing Survey, which measures how factories in New York State view the state of their business, fell much more than expected in June: a record 26 points, to the lowest level since October 2016. The figure, -8.6, is the first negative number in more than two years.
A reading below zero indicates that the sector is actually contracting. It had been growing — albeit at a slower pace — for more than a year. The dip was driven by a decline in employment, the length of the workweek and new orders. And it’s not the only indicator showing a turn for the worse: Others, including the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey, have also been sinking steadily.
Manufacturers are sensitive not just to the actual imposition of tariffs, but also to the threat of new tariffs. That fear has escalated in recent weeks, as President Donald Trump continued to hold open the possibility of 10% duties on an additional $300 billion in goods from China — even as he backed off on the idea of taxing Mexican imports as leverage in his campaign for more restrictions on cross-border migration.June 14, 2019 at 6:54 pm in reply to: Sarah Sanders out, Kellyanne Conway violated Hatch Act #41847
Trump is thanks to the Bernie Bros. Can’t wait to see how the kskd bots get Trump another 4 years.