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Old 30-12-2017, 02:40 PM   #1
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Default President Donald – Campaign promises

Donald Trump really is a different kind of politician.
Where other politicians try to hide how corrupt they are, it looks like Donald doesn’t care if the people that voted for him find out.

Trump has made lots of campaign promises that he didn't keep.


1. Donald won’t “lock up” Hillary Clinton.

2. Trump won’t reveal the truth about 9/11.

3. Mexico won’t pay for a border wall.

4. Trump has failed to replace Obamacare.

5. The wages of ordinary people in the counties that voted for Trump won’t be increased.

6. Trump has not brought a big tax cut for the average American.

7. Trump has failed to balance the Federal Budget.

8. Donald repealed his statements that NATO is “obsolete".

9. At one time Donald promised to take all US troops out of the opium producing Afghanistan US, but instead the US will send 3,000 additional soldiers to Afghanistan.

10. He hasn’t bombed ISIS into obliteration, but instead threw the biggest available bomb on Afghanistan, and bombed the starving Yemen.

11. Trump's government didn’t declare China to be a currency manipulator.

12. Donald Trump won’t do a “real” audit of the Federal Reserve.

13. Donald didn’t reverse the deal President Barack Obama made with Cuba.

14. Trump didn’t make any progress in getting rid of the estimated 11.3 million illegal immigrants, but in 2017, deportations lower than in the previous year

15. Trump said he would approve waterboarding, because "torture works". CIA director Mike Pompeo said that he would "absolutely not" reinstate such methods (which doesn’t mean anything really…).

16. Donald hasn’t invested on the roads, rail and airports yet.



Donald has also kept some promises (at least partially).

1. Donald promised to bring corporation tax down from 35% to 15%, and he brought it down to 21%.

2. Donald withdrew from the Paris climate deal.

3. Donald withdrew the US from the TPP, but didn’t renegotiate the North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA).

4. Donald has formally recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital, which stirred up some controversy, and approved moving the US embassy to Jerusalem.

5. Trump kept his promise to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.

6. Trump has brought not a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States". His current ban only affects Muslims from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen. This has nothing to do with Donald’s business ties to Muslim countries like: Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Indonesia.

For more information: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-37982000
(archived here: http://archive.is/fGNxj)


A duck quacks and Trump tweets…

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Old 10-01-2018, 04:06 PM   #2
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Default 2000 lies

In his first 10 months as president, Donald Trump (red line) lied nearly 6 times more than even (the pathological liar) Obama during his entire 8-year presidency (blue line).


Reportedly President Trump has already told a whopping 2000 lies in about a year, 5.6 a day (this includes counting repeated lies double): http://www.esquire.com/news-politics...rump-2000-lie/

Trump has repeatedly credited himself for decisions that happened before he took office. For example, 61 times, he has lied that he secured business investments and jobs.

Trump repeated the falsehood about bringing the biggest tax cut 53 times.
Trump has lied 25 times that the United States had the highest corporate taxes and 33 times that it is one of the highest-taxed nations: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a8138071.html

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Old 11-01-2018, 01:57 PM   #3
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Trump promised to create 25 million jobs in his 10-years-presidency (?!?), more than 200,000 a month, he (also) isn't on track on that promise: http://money.cnn.com/interactive/new...-jobs-tracker/

It doesn't look like President Donald has brought more jobs, compared to Obama...
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Old 11-01-2018, 07:58 PM   #4
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Trump promised to create 25 million jobs in his 10-years-presidency (?!?), more than 200,000 a month, he (also) isn't on track on that promise: http://money.cnn.com/interactive/new...-jobs-tracker/

It doesn't look like President Donald has brought more jobs, compared to Obama...
Then in US the official unemployment rate is very lower than the real one. In US you have to look at the rate of partecipation at work force among the people in labour age. In fact this is at the minimum in the last 40 years.
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7. Trump has failed to balance the Federal Budget.
In 2016, Donald Trump promised that he could rid the US national debt of $19 trillion debt in 2 terms as president "over a period of eight years".
Trump warned that the US is "sitting on a bubble right now that's going to explode": https://edition.cnn.com/2016/04/02/p...ebt/index.html


The new budget plan looks more like a ballooning deficit, that will likely swell debts and deficits.
According to Goldman Sachs, the budget bill will increase the US deficit by $1.1 trillion next year.
At more than $20 trillion, greater than the annual GDP, the United States' debt is already at its highest level since World War II.

Because of the December tax cuts, of which the wealthy profit most, the federal revenues are cut by $1.5 trillion over 10 years.

There is a $1.5 trillion plan to upgrade the nation’s infrastructure.

The budget deal calls for an additional $300 billion in defence spending over 2 years.
Trump said in an Oval Office appearance on Monday:
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We're going to have the strongest military we've ever had, by far.
In this budget we took care of the military like it's never been taken care of before.
After the peak in the deficit in the wake of the 2008-2010 recession, President Barack Obama’s administration reduced the deficit from 9.8% of GDP in 2009 to 2.4% by 2015.
After it reached $666 billion in the 2017 fiscal year, the deficit will likely hit $1 trillion in 2019.
In fiscal year 2018, borrowing by the US Treasury will climb to $1.4 trillion from $550 billion in 2017: https://www.yahoo.com/news/stimulus-...193132670.html




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In 2016, Donald Trump promised that he could rid the US national debt of $19 trillion debt in 2 terms as president "over a period of eight years".
Trump warned that the US is "sitting on a bubble right now that's going to explode": https://edition.cnn.com/2016/04/02/p...ebt/index.html


The new budget plan looks more like a ballooning deficit, that will likely swell debts and deficits.
to be far it looks like the federal reserve is playing a part in sabotaging the economy

also the banks appear to be stopping lending to each other
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to be far it looks like the federal reserve is playing a part in sabotaging the economy
The role of the government is to sabotage the "free" economy to create monopolies in every sector, while politicians go along with every dirty scheme the banksters invent.

One of my main reasons to not vote, is that politicians never keep their promises.

It was Donald Trump that made these campaign promises.
The difference between Trump and other crooked politicians, is that Donald doesn't even try to hide his intentions. He only cares about the corporate giants that provide him with money.

Since the end of the 1980s, Donald Trump is endebted for hundreds of millions of dollars (or even billions) while being a billionaire at the same time.
Now Donald Trump has reached a position where he can make others pay for his expenses.
I can promise you that it won't be the banksters that have to pay for this...
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In the following 1980 interview, Rona Barrett asks Donald Trump what kind of man would be a good president.

At the end of this video – 4:07 - Rona asks Donald: If you’d lose your fortune today what would you do tomorrow?
Donald answers: Maybe I’d run for president; I don’t know.
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