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    If there was a Trump biopic movie, which actors would be good at those parts?

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    I remember once alec baldwin did a legit donald trump impersonation, but i think he's way to hawt to be donald trump

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    Should Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, and all the GOP congressmen who voted against Biden be removed per the 14th Amendment?

    Fourteenth Amendment , Section 3 

    "No Person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice-President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability."

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    Why did Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz go out they way to be Trumps little puppets? They are so high on the Trump kool-aid it’s sucking to watch.?

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    Both of them have presidential ambitions and think that placating Trump's rabid fans is the way to get there.  Cruz in particular has been extremely cynical about his career ambitions, frequently taking positions which are designed solely to burnish his own credentials with the base.  That's part of why he's so hated in the Senate, even before the Trump era.  Al Franken, the former Democratic Senator, said "I like Ted Cruz more than most people, and I ******* hate Ted Cruz."  Lindsey Graham, a Republican, said "If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate and the trial was held in the Senate, no one would convict you."  One of his big early ones was in 2013 when he backed a House Republican plan to shut down the government to try and force concessions out of Obama.  It failed, and hurt Republicans politically.  It also monopolized the news and prevented them from fully taking advantage of the disastrous Obamacare roll out.  But for Cruz it served it's purpose by allowing him to paint himself as the Republican most dedicated to the cause.  He also displayed it in the 2016 race with his attitude towards Trump.  Cruz started out adamantly not criticizing rump, even explicitly rejecting opportunities to do so.  He did this because he thought Trump would eventually collapse on his own and Cruz wanted to inherit his supporters.  When it became clear that Trump wasn't going to fade away, and when Trump openly attacked Cruz's family, Cruz changed his tune, becoming openly, and caustically, critical of Trump.  He called him a "sniveling coward" and a "narcissist".  At the Republican Convention, Cruz used his speaking slot not to endorse Trump, as is customary, but to urge Republicans to "vote your conscience", a comment which was interpreted as being anti-Trump.  Cruz was, again, making a cynical calculation, that Trump would get destroyed in the general election and that criticizing him would leave Cruz best positioned to pick up the pieces after a major Republican defeat.  Late in the campaign, as Cruz faced more and more internal criticism for his disloyalty to the nominee, he changed again and began reluctantly phone banking for Trump.  Of course, Trump ended up winning, and so Cruz refashioned himself yet again into a stalwart Trump defender.  So his stunt on Wednesday was entirely cynical.  Cruz isn't stupid.  He went to Princeton and Harvard Law School and then clerked for a Supreme Court Justice.  He, as well as Hawley who has a similarly distinguished career, knows that objecting is legally pointless and can't do what Trump and his fans seem to think it can.  But Cruz did it anyway because he thinks it will help him win support from the Trumpier wing of the party. 

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    Why do the American Democrats fear/hate Donald Trump so feverishly that they have been compelled to attack him for 4 straight years?

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    Just that they fear him and could never accept that a bold strong person who refused to conform. The fact that he was able to immediately get to work on his promises to the American people. Not only do they not support conservative ideas they hate that he didn’t have to start sucking donor sick on day one which is something that all politicians in modern history must do answer to the donors before the American people, ( yes he had donors but they were donors who supported him ) not like planned parenthood who buy “ legal murder “.  They were so sure that America would never support a man who wasn’t part of slime in Washington and that America would certainly vote a feminist ***** is legacy is to support crybabies who claim sexual harassment while enjoying the perks of that harassment (  actresses beauty contestants, news media etc....) Harvey Weinstein is a pig but it’s funny that they are enjoying their careers now. It is called tradings services, while calling every woman who did the very same thing with her husband a liar. So they had do everything and anything to stop him. I don’t understand why voters can’t see this. Now that we know what a president who loves America and won’t be bought looks like  They’re scared. Why do you think all of the big corporations have pulled their donations from republicans?  They had to actually spend 4 yrs without having their *** kissed and their every desire. We never had a choice before of republican or democrat who was brave enough to stand and work for us while being crucified for 4 yrs. we want more.  Love him or hate him no one can deny that he got it done. 

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    Who was a worse president: Trump or Obama?

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    Trump did more for America in four years than OBAMA did in eight, and got a lot less acknowment for what he did as well. He passed two laws that Obama let die on his desk to help Blacks and Latino's, did the media let the people know this? HELL NO! Trump put a freeze on heating flue prices, which the Democrated Party has blocked because Biden wants to do away with it. My heating bill has doubled because of this and Biden is not even in Office yet and he is already screwing us!

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    Do you think Joe Biden will destroy America?

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    Back to the Obama era where the only job you can get is in China.  Good luck you snowflakes and we don't want to hear you cry when your still living in your parents basement 

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