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Jun 2013
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so who won tonight? as much as it pains me to say, i think hillary did a better job. the donald thinks he can just keep repeating "we're gonna make america great again" and everyone will vote for him. people want to know how mr. trump! although i think hillary was still lying her ass off...<_<
 
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Jun 2013
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I knew it was just a matter of time before Trump used his secret CIA briefings to attack an opponent. He lied when he says he was told in the briefings that Obama, Hillary and Kerry ignored them. That is not anything the CIA would say in their briefings. Now the CIA MUST answer Trump's blatant lie. Another reason why any honest observer would conclude that Trump is unfit to be Commander in Chief.
 
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Did he say he 'was told" or did he say that was his opinion, after the briefings? I didn't hear him say ...anything...he was told in those.
 
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kbear...it is odd to me you would say you think Hillary did better...but ...that she was still "lying her ass off". Are you saying the experienced "lier" wins your support???
 
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Did he say he 'was told" or did he say that was his opinion, after the briefings? I didn't hear him say ...anything...he was told in those.
If you have to ask, you have already lost. Both candidates receive identical briefings. Trump lied. I think we'll be hearing a response from the CIA soon. He damaged their reputation.
 
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kbear...it is odd to me you would say you think Hillary did better...but ...that she was still "lying her ass off". Are you saying the experienced "lier" wins your support???
Any honest observer would conclude that Trump's performance was embarrassing. Look for signs from Trump that he objects to the debates for whatever made up reason.
 
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kbear...it is odd to me you would say you think Hillary did better...but ...that she was still "lying her ass off". Are you saying the experienced "lier" wins your support???
no, i can't stand either 1 of them really but she came across much more knowledgeable and experienced and just smoother than trump. just because she can speak well doesn't mean i believe her or would i ever vote for her..
 
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President Obama is amongst many that were not impressed last night with Trump's continued praise of Putin.

Obama rips Trump’s ‘outrageous behavior,’ warns that it is becoming normalized

Source: The Washington Post

By William Wan and David Nakamura September 8 at 6:06 AM

VIENTIANE, Laos — President Obama struck back at Donald Trump on Thursday, repeating that the Republican presidential nominee is not qualified for office and warning that his "unacceptable and outrageous" behavior is becoming normalized in the 2016 election cycle.

"I don't think the guy's qualified to be president of the United States and every time he speaks that opinion is confirmed," Obama said at a news conference in Laos after a three-day visit to this Southeast Asian nation. "There is this process that seems to take place over the course of the election season where somehow behavior that in normal times we consider completely unacceptable and outrageous becomes normalized and people think we ought to be grading on a curve."

Obama was responding to a reporter's question about Trump's criticism of the president during a televised forum on Wednesday in which the GOP standard-bearer said Russian President Vladimir Putin was a stronger leader than Obama. Trump also said Obama's leadership had demoralized U.S. military generals.

Obama, who has sharply criticized Trump several times in previous public remarks, appeared exasperated in having to respond again. He said that "the most important thing for the public and the press is to just listen to what he says and follow up and ask questions about what appear to be contradictory or uninformed or outright wacky ideas." Despite voicing concern that Trump's behavior was not being scrutinized closely enough by the press, the president emphasized that he believes the American public will examine his track record "and make a good decision."

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Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ecoming-normalized/?wpisrc=nl_politics&wpmm=1
 
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