Donald Trump wins U.S. Election.

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  1. nimrod

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    Yes I get what your saying mate, but we all know Trump has his ways of doing things , plain speaking, tweeting, he's what he is, it doesnt undermine America because they hold all the cards when it comes to everything that matters. In some ways I like the way he does things,clown or no clown if he visits Oz or the UK anytime soon it will be massive news on your telly and mine, and our politicians will be all gooey over him.
     
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  3. FogBlueInSanFran

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    Since America has seen this movie before (figuratively and literally), let me offer a piece of advice from a bygone era. I quote Deep Throat (especially now that we know Mark Felt worked for the FBI):

    "In a conspiracy investigation like this...the rope has to tighten slowly around everyone's neck. You build convincingly from the outer edges in, you get ten times the evidence you need against the Hunts and the Liddys. They feel hopelessly finished - they may not talk right away, but the grip is on them. Then you move up and do the same thing at the next level. If you shoot too high and miss, then everyone feels more secure. Lawyers work this way. I'm sure smart reporters must, too."
     
  4. west didsblue

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    Strange how some people confuse plain speaking with incoherently spouting random thoughts that more often than not contradict something previously said.
     
  5. karen7

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    I saw what he said to the french presidents wife,what a creepy letch,i wish the french president had decked him
     
  6. inchy14

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    stunned, dazed and still can't quite believe it!!
    What did he say? And isn't she a similar age to trump? Old enough to be Macron's mother isn't she?
     
  7. karen7

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    First meeting he looked her up and down put his hands on her and said you are in great shape,then he said the same to her husband and she's beautiful like she wasn't there,she went to go behind melina a bit clearly taken a back,totally out of order to objectify another head of states wife in front of the worlds media,at any time at all
     
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    Been studying this act from Trump and it's rather interesting what's going on.

    Firstly, he probably didn't think an older woman could still be, somewhat, in good shape being 6 years younger than he.

    Secondly, he's trying to get on Emmanuel Macron's good side.

    Both of these things are true underpinned by the "...in good physical shape" fiasco, something he doesn't just drop to any old bird! I mean, he doesn't seem to offer a greeting kiss at what seems to be their first meeting(with her being older!), cos it would be a strange thing to say at a second meeting!!

    Very odd!
     
  10. karen7

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    What does that say about him that he feels he needs to comment on another head of states wife's looks instead of a handshake and small talk
    His wife can't be happy the way he focusses on other womens looks,yuk,he makes my skin crawl
     

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