The Trump Presidency...

Snopes....PISSMYFUCKINGLAUGHSOFF.

Give it a rest man. Why don't you just recite the laws, as enacted, direct from the source, with dates, ie the US courts?

Though not.

Go and pump some trump baby balloons with the rest of the "I don't work on fridays", ie ******* sprafs!



Trump consistently winds up the whole left side of society, blatantly....all they can do is ******* winge while his country gains more prosperity than they could have imagined. Good on him.

Oh Trump's a Nazi we hear from the left, well commies would say that wouldn't they, sore losers to the capitalists, absolute fvcking losers.
Doesn't take much prosperity to spoil a communists day, does it? the cvnts.

May populism rise to ever greater heights. That's what happens when you live under ever encroaching leftism for this long. The reaction to their solution. Of course, it's not their fault, no never. Cest la vie. suck it up.

Even the young 'uns at my work are rebelling against this leftist bullshit, good luck trying to take that pride away. This summer just emblazoned it.

I think it fvcking hilarious. Truly.

I was told Conservatism IS the new counterculture, How true. Trump might not last, but his legacy will torture the minds of the left for generations. And they have nobody to blame but themselves. Oh, how sublime.

#shitideology
#shitideas
#nododylikestherecordsthatyoupplay
#longmarchthroughtheprisonsystem
#endoftheline
Bite of the month.
 
Not the opinion poll you want when you're a fragile government being pressured by the USA to send more on defence. The Donald's influence doing 'we had to destroy the village in order to save it'?

'Almost two thirds of Germans see US President Donald Trump as a greater threat to world peace than Russian President Vladimir Putin, a survey has found.

'The finding comes as the two leaders are set to meet in Helsinki, Finland on Monday for a much-anticipated discussion intended to strengthen relations between the rival world powers.
A majority of the 2052 participants in the YouGov survey on behalf dpa published on Sunday also said Putin was more likeable, more competent and more powerful than Trump.
Only five per cent of those questioned said they thought Trump was the more competent leader - 56 per cent answered in favour of Putin, while the remainder did not provide a response.
The survey found that most saw Putin as the more powerful leader (43 compared to 25 per cent), although the US outranks Russia economically and militarily.
A total of 64 per cent of people questioned said they saw Trump as a greater threat to world peace than Putin (16 per cent).'

Trump a bigger threat than Putin: Germans
Nothing new is it? The (kgb funded?) atomkraft nein danke hysteria saw a pretty much identical German reaction to Reagan in his early years, ie. the run up to deployment of Pershing II - Reagan was a warmonger, genocidal maniac, an existential threat to world peace, etc. - but look what happened next...
 
Interesting snippet here taken away from the FBI Agent Peter Strzok Senate hearing yesterday

Gohmert: Watchdog Found Clinton Emails Were Sent To ‘Foreign Entity’

- The questioning Senator is apparently revealing that the (Obama Appointed) Intelligence Community Inspector General found that Hillary Clintons secret off site private server had been infiltrated by a foreign intelligence agency with an 'autoforward' on all her e-mails to a foreign intelligence server that was not Russia! Further, the ICIG being rightly concerned about this discovery found that the FBI, namely Peter Strzok, (FBI Hd of Foreign Intelligence) failed to take action when it was reported to him

- the smart money is on it being one of the USA's western allies and most probably our very own GCHQ who was spying on Hillary which could get very embarrassing for the UK - NB the ongoing IG Horowitz investigation into the Russia Collusion investigation will very likely reveal some more seriously embarrassing failures/collusion by/between US intelligence/Obama Govt/FBI/Media (who were being used to leak stories to)
Pretty sure GCHQ wouldn't operate in such a manner - simply getting emails forwarded?

I smell MOSSAD.
 
Pretty sure GCHQ wouldn't operate in such a manner - simply getting emails forwarded?

I smell MOSSAD.
Blame the Jews? I foresee a fine career for you in the Labour Party.
 
Like the lacky communist Saint Obama toasting skills?


Would you rather I support Hillary or bbbb-bernie, You saying that would not be shit taste?




Ahh yes, the balls.
Aided and abetted by a soy free diet, Fit for a world free of leftist degeneracy.
I CGAF about US politics, it's down to them. Mind you, when US organisations start funding our hard of thinking to march on the streets I take offence.

You're weird,
 
The outcome of this study is simple - the orange idiot is getting emboldened to be an even bigger idiot !



Trump has said 1,340,330 words as president. They’re getting more dishonest, a Star study shows
By DANIEL DALEWashington Bureau Chief
Sat., July 14, 2018

WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump’s words are getting more dishonest over time, the Star has found in the first detailed statistical analysis of his inaccurate statements in office.
The analysis relies on some subjective judgments, which we’ll explain in detail below. But it provides the most comprehensive picture yet available of what historians say is an unprecedented avalanche of serial lying.

U.S. President Donald Trump responds to a reporter in Buckinghamshire, England on Friday. A new Star study provides the most comprehensive picture yet available of what historians say is the president’s unprecedented serial lying. (PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS / AP)

Trump’s dishonesty has been a central story of his presidency, a daily problem that has confounded members of Congress and foreign leaders, confused policy debates and made it difficult for many members of the American public to trust the commander-in-chief.
We’ve tried to quantify the issue. Since Trump’s inauguration speech on Jan. 20, 2017, we’ve fact-checked every word Trump has spoken or tweeted since his inauguration speech on Jan. 20, 2017. Up until July 1, 2018, the end date for the analysis, we had counted 1,929 false claims.
Readers wanted more than just this raw number. They asked us, for example, to explain why the number of false claims per week has increased since early 2017. The key question: is Trump just talking more, or are his words denser with dishonesty than they used to be?
Thanks to never-before-released data, we can now offer an answer: it’s a bit of both, but there’s no doubt he’s getting worse per word spoken.
Our conclusions:

(TORONTO STAR GRAPHIC)
There’s a lot of dishonesty: Of all the words Trump said and tweeted as president as of July 1, 5.1 per cent were part of a false claim. Expressed differently: Trump uttered a false word every 19.4 words.
Trump’s dishonesty density is increasing: The issue isn’t just that he’s talking more these days. It’s that what he’s saying is less truthful.
In weeks that started in 2017, 3.8 per cent of Trump’s words were part of a false claim. In2018, it’s 7.3 per cent. Expressed differently: in 2017, Trump said about 26 words for every one false word. In 2018, it’s down to about 14 words per one false word.

Word count aside, his raw number of false claims has spiked: Trump made 2.9 false claims per day in 2017. He’s made 5.1 false claims per day in 2018.
He is talking 20 per cent more than he used to: Though it’s not the whole issue, some of the 2018 increase in false claims is indeed happening because Trump is speaking more.
The number of words Trump utters in a week varies widely depending on what happens to be on his schedule — it often jumps in weeks when he holds one of his hour-long campaign rallies, for example — but it is generally increasing over time. Trump has averaged 484 more public words per day in 2018 than he did in 2017 — 2,856 vs. 2,372, a 20 per cent increase.
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The outcome of this study is simple - the orange idiot is getting emboldened to be an even bigger idiot !



Trump has said 1,340,330 words as president. They’re getting more dishonest, a Star study shows
By DANIEL DALEWashington Bureau Chief
Sat., July 14, 2018

WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump’s words are getting more dishonest over time, the Star has found in the first detailed statistical analysis of his inaccurate statements in office.
The analysis relies on some subjective judgments, which we’ll explain in detail below. But it provides the most comprehensive picture yet available of what historians say is an unprecedented avalanche of serial lying.

U.S. President Donald Trump responds to a reporter in Buckinghamshire, England on Friday. A new Star study provides the most comprehensive picture yet available of what historians say is the president’s unprecedented serial lying. (PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS / AP)

Trump’s dishonesty has been a central story of his presidency, a daily problem that has confounded members of Congress and foreign leaders, confused policy debates and made it difficult for many members of the American public to trust the commander-in-chief.
We’ve tried to quantify the issue. Since Trump’s inauguration speech on Jan. 20, 2017, we’ve fact-checked every word Trump has spoken or tweeted since his inauguration speech on Jan. 20, 2017. Up until July 1, 2018, the end date for the analysis, we had counted 1,929 false claims.
Readers wanted more than just this raw number. They asked us, for example, to explain why the number of false claims per week has increased since early 2017. The key question: is Trump just talking more, or are his words denser with dishonesty than they used to be?
Thanks to never-before-released data, we can now offer an answer: it’s a bit of both, but there’s no doubt he’s getting worse per word spoken.
Our conclusions:

(TORONTO STAR GRAPHIC)
There’s a lot of dishonesty: Of all the words Trump said and tweeted as president as of July 1, 5.1 per cent were part of a false claim. Expressed differently: Trump uttered a false word every 19.4 words.
Trump’s dishonesty density is increasing: The issue isn’t just that he’s talking more these days. It’s that what he’s saying is less truthful.
In weeks that started in 2017, 3.8 per cent of Trump’s words were part of a false claim. In2018, it’s 7.3 per cent. Expressed differently: in 2017, Trump said about 26 words for every one false word. In 2018, it’s down to about 14 words per one false word.

Word count aside, his raw number of false claims has spiked: Trump made 2.9 false claims per day in 2017. He’s made 5.1 false claims per day in 2018.
He is talking 20 per cent more than he used to: Though it’s not the whole issue, some of the 2018 increase in false claims is indeed happening because Trump is speaking more.
The number of words Trump utters in a week varies widely depending on what happens to be on his schedule — it often jumps in weeks when he holds one of his hour-long campaign rallies, for example — but it is generally increasing over time. Trump has averaged 484 more public words per day in 2018 than he did in 2017 — 2,856 vs. 2,372, a 20 per cent increase.
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Genuine question - could you do us all a favour and link to things or use selected quotes rather than just posting ******* reams and reams of badly formatted cut and paste?
 
The outcome of this study is simple - the orange idiot is getting emboldened to be an even bigger idiot !



Trump has said 1,340,330 words as president. They’re getting more dishonest, a Star study shows
By DANIEL DALEWashington Bureau Chief
Sat., July 14, 2018

WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump’s words are getting more dishonest over time, the Star has found in the first detailed statistical analysis of his inaccurate statements in office.
The analysis relies on some subjective judgments, which we’ll explain in detail below. But it provides the most comprehensive picture yet available of what historians say is an unprecedented avalanche of serial lying.

U.S. President Donald Trump responds to a reporter in Buckinghamshire, England on Friday. A new Star study provides the most comprehensive picture yet available of what historians say is the president’s unprecedented serial lying. (PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS / AP)

Trump’s dishonesty has been a central story of his presidency, a daily problem that has confounded members of Congress and foreign leaders, confused policy debates and made it difficult for many members of the American public to trust the commander-in-chief.
We’ve tried to quantify the issue. Since Trump’s inauguration speech on Jan. 20, 2017, we’ve fact-checked every word Trump has spoken or tweeted since his inauguration speech on Jan. 20, 2017. Up until July 1, 2018, the end date for the analysis, we had counted 1,929 false claims.
Readers wanted more than just this raw number. They asked us, for example, to explain why the number of false claims per week has increased since early 2017. The key question: is Trump just talking more, or are his words denser with dishonesty than they used to be?
Thanks to never-before-released data, we can now offer an answer: it’s a bit of both, but there’s no doubt he’s getting worse per word spoken.
Our conclusions:

(TORONTO STAR GRAPHIC)
There’s a lot of dishonesty: Of all the words Trump said and tweeted as president as of July 1, 5.1 per cent were part of a false claim. Expressed differently: Trump uttered a false word every 19.4 words.
Trump’s dishonesty density is increasing: The issue isn’t just that he’s talking more these days. It’s that what he’s saying is less truthful.
In weeks that started in 2017, 3.8 per cent of Trump’s words were part of a false claim. In2018, it’s 7.3 per cent. Expressed differently: in 2017, Trump said about 26 words for every one false word. In 2018, it’s down to about 14 words per one false word.

Word count aside, his raw number of false claims has spiked: Trump made 2.9 false claims per day in 2017. He’s made 5.1 false claims per day in 2018.
He is talking 20 per cent more than he used to: Though it’s not the whole issue, some of the 2018 increase in false claims is indeed happening because Trump is speaking more.
The number of words Trump utters in a week varies widely depending on what happens to be on his schedule — it often jumps in weeks when he holds one of his hour-long campaign rallies, for example — but it is generally increasing over time. Trump has averaged 484 more public words per day in 2018 than he did in 2017 — 2,856 vs. 2,372, a 20 per cent increase.
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If you like, I'm sure the Mainstream media count is into the Trillions.

The lack of balance is perfectly reasonable for you, but the lack of balance in the wider media tells you how out of touch the establishment media really is, with large swathes of the general public. According to your own stats in an earlier post; 77% of people in the UK don't like Trump.. Not, don't like President Trump, but don't like Trump. Me and you are in that group. He has no morality and/or the more fake virtue morality of the modern age.

But, what % of UK Citizens dislike the President for his actions ? a truthful poll would find most of the UK population has no knowledge of US politics, except what is served up on the BBC. In reverse, most UK politicians wouldn't get past first base in a US election because our politicos are as weak as p***
 
here are the highlights of the entire 29 page Mueller indictment against the 12 Russian intelligence officers :

Article 1 of the indictment states that the Russian government actively set up multiple GRU units with the sole aim of interfering with the 2016 election. Two of these units, 26165, and 74455, were specifically tasked with acquiring and releasing stolen documents via hacking.

Article 2 specifically calls this a "conspiracy" and states that the 12 indicted Russians had contacts with "persons known and unknown to the Grand Jury."

Article 3: The aforementioned Russian intelligence units deliberately targeted the Clinton campaign.

Article 4: They deliberately targeted the DNC as a whole.

Article 6: In June of 2016, they released TENS OF THOUSANDS of hacked documents using fictitious online personas.

Article 10: One of the intelligence officers, Boris Antonov, oversaw a department within 26165 tasked with hacking the U.S. military, governmental (i.e., political) and non-governmental organizations. [i.e., they were spying on every level of our gov't].

Articles 12-18: The Russian hackers often used various online aliases, both male and female, such as (but not limited to) "Kate Milton," "James McMorgans," and "Karen Millen." Sergey Morgachev, another Russian hacker, was a Lt. Colonel in the Russian military. He created the hacking malware used by dept. 26165, known as "X-Agent." Another hacker named in the indictment, Nikolay Kozachek, was a Lt. Captain in the Russian military. Artem Malyshev (also named in the indictment) was a Second Lieutenant in the Russian military. Aleksandr Osadchuk (also named in the indictment) is a Colonel in the Russian Military. He oversaw the creation and dissemination of anti-Clinton material online.

Article 19: Russian Military Officer Aleksey Potemkin, assigned to 74455, supervised the creation of fake social media accounts used (among other things) in the release of DNC documents.

Article 21: Over 300 individuals affiliated with the DNC were SUCCESSFULLY targeted. (Article 21 is lengthy, and includes a detailed, play-by-play account of how 26165 and 74455 achieved their aims. Spoiler alert: It's crazy).

Article 24, subsection B: The Russian's hacking of the DNC was so advanced that they were able to monitor individual computers in real time. Subsection C states that their malware sent actual screenshots of DNC computer activity to a server in Arizona that the Russians had access to. They were also able to capture keystrokes entered by DCCC employees.

Article 24, subsection D: They monitored individual DNC / DCCC employees for hours on end, and obtained information about DNC fundraising plans and even banking information (as well as other personal information).

Article 26 subsection A: By June 2016 the Russians had complete access to 33 DNC computers, totally and completely.

Article 27: The GRU gained access to information regarding DNC opposition research, field operation plans, and the Benghazi operation.

Article 28, subsection B: Aside from the server in Arizona, the GRU also stored data to a server in Illinois, to which they filtered large gigabytes of stolen information via a program they developed known as "X-Tunnel."

Article 32: The DNC became aware of Russian attempts to hack their servers and hired a security firm to identify the extent of the intrusions. The security firm (identified in the indictment only as "company 1") also put in place measures to halt GRU access to DNC computers, but, despite this, the GRU was so efficient that they continued to maintain access via "X-Agent" well through October of 2016.

Article 33: The GRU immediately became aware of "company 1's" (referring here to the security firm that the DNC hired) efforts, and took countermeasures in response. This included investigating / hacking "company 1" itself, and later, apparently as a retaliatory measure against the DNC, setting up a wesbsite that redirected from a DNC online political donations website, to another website set up by the GRU (in other words, the GRU took funds from DNC donors, using the pretext of a false DNC donations website).

Articles 35-36: The GRU set up another website, the sole purpose of which was to release stolen DNC documents. They created fake social media accounts that falsely attributed this website's creation to a group of "American hacktivists." It received over 1 million hits.

Article 37: The GRU has also released stolen documents dating back to 2015 (i.e., they've been up to this for quite a while).

Article 40: The notion of a "lone Romanian hacker" being responsible for the DNC leaks was a fiction deliberately created by the GRU and disseminated via fake social media accounts.

Article 42: Using a popular blogging site, the GRU set up a blog that used the most "searched for" keywords by conspiracy theorists, (e.g., "Illuminati," "Worldwide," "Conspiracy," et. al.), -and used this website to further disseminate the "lone Romanian hacker" conspiracy theory. (Article 46 of the indictment further states that later entries on this blog site posted articles positing that the released, stolen documents had "nothing to do with Russia.")

Article 43, Subsection A: An individual the indictment identifies only as "a known member of congress" contacted an online GRU dummy persona, ("Guccifer 2.0") and requested stolen documents related to their political opponent, and the GRU / "Guccifer" responded by giving said member of congress access to the stolen data they were requesting.

Article 43, Subsection B: The GRU released stolen documents to what the indictment identifies as "a lobbyist and online source of political news."

Subsection C: "Guccifer" / The GRU sent stolen documents pertaining to the "Black Lives Matter" movement to a reporter (unidentified in the indictment), to which the reporter not only responded, but offered to write an article using said information.

Article 44: The GRU, posing as "Guccifer 2.0" wrote to a person who was in regular contact with SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN. (The indictment includes direct quotes of their online conversation, and this is CLEARLY referring to Roger Stone).

Article 45, subsection B: The GRU, using an alias, contacted a U.S. reporter (unnamed in the indictment) and ultimately gave them access to stolen DNC data.

Articles 47-49: Here the indictment refers to an organization, identified only as "Organization 1," [I'm thinking, Wikileaks] -which actually reached out to the GRU aliases seeking the stolen emails / data. "Organization 1" is directly quoted by the indictment as having communicated to "Guccifer," that they should "send [Organization 1] any new material [i.e., stolen data] here for us to review and it will have a much higher impact than what you are doing." Organization 1 was given, and later released, said data, approximately 3 days before the Democratic National Convention. In total, between October and November of 2016, over 50,000 stolen documents were released.

Articles 50-79 : Lists the counts against the 11 Russian Military Personnel, which include charges of 1) Conspiracy to Commit Offenses Against The United States, 2) Aggravated Identity Theft, 3) Conspiracy to Launder Money [according to the indictment, over 95,000 USD$ was laundered], i.e. using cryptocurrency, that was then use to register domain names, set up websites, create server infrastructure, et. al.,3) The Use of Transferred Money To Commit Crimes Against The United States, 4) General Unlawful Conspiracy [It should be noted that many of these counts have sub-crimes attached to them, such as unlawful hacking, etc.].
 
Bear in mind the GRU is linked to the Advanced Persistent Threat Group COZY BEARS, who have been blamed for multiple attacks including the current threat to routers that had the FBI urge everyone to reboot them recently

Some may have noted that data about the MQ-9 Reaper is alleged to have been stolen via insecure routers recently.

Military documents about MQ-9 Reaper drone leaked on dark web

Whether this was linked to the breach used by COZY BEARS previously, or someone else using the proven route I genuinely don't know.

But I am sure with the technical proficiency shown in this indictment, some clever boys and girls are working on it.
 
So, we turn to the next episode of the Donald J Trump reality show.

Helsinki is upon us, and potentially more important than Singapore, Brussels or the cringeworthy Blenheim Palace episode.

A demagogue (Putin) meets a wannabe demagogue (see Trump’s comments about President Xi). The important thing is getting into power and keeping it, when the attitude is that powerful people only respect, fear or crave the influence of other powerful people.

As with anything involving Donald J Trump, no-one (including him) knows how this will play out, and what will be said at the joint press conference. Putin is semi-secure after the recent ‘democratic election’ while Trump is coming up to mid-terms, but both need to show their constituents that they voted the right way. Putin needs NATO as an aggressive threat to justify the defence budget he needs to continue the modernisation of Russian forces from 1980s Soviet technology to 21st C capabilities. Trump uses European NATO nations failure to meet the 2% spending pledge as a tub-thumper for how shoddily the USA has been treated by free-riding Europeans, who don’t want to spend their money buying excellent US weapons to enhance the US economy and MAGA. So, both benefit from greater European NATO defence spending.

ML Scenario: the two great leaders agree mutual respect and a need to work together for a better world. As confidence-building measures, the USA pulls out of Ex TRIDENT JUNCTURE 18 (reducing the US's apparent expenditure on European defence) to show that there isn’t an aggressive plan against Russia, and accepts Russia’s annexation of Crimea as a fait accompli, given Russia's recent infrastructure investments. Putin still has use of Trump’s haranguing of NATO allies to spend more on European defence, the positive signals to FYROM and Georgia as evidence of NATO’s continued aggressive posture to Russia, all as justification to maintain the defence budget.

MD Scenario: Trump, either as part of Putin’s grand plan if you’re a conspiracy theorist, or angst-ridden from the failure of NATO Europe to stump up more for defence, declares Russia as no threat, Putin someone he can do business with and NATO a superfluous paper tiger that the USA will no longer contribute to; effectively dissolving the Alliance.

In either case, the prinicpals win, and in the MD Europe definitely loses.
 
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Trump has described the EU, Russia and China as "enemies" in an interview with CBS.
He said "this doesn't make them bad, just competitors".

Wonder why he chose enemies instead of competitors, then.
 
Trump has described the EU, Russia and China as "enemies" in an interview with CBS.
He said "this doesn't make them bad, just competitors".

Wonder why he chose enemies instead of competitors, then.
Because he's no idea how international relations really work and is as seriously out of his depth as a toddler trying to explain, in detail, the theory of relativity?
 

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