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Donald Trump

"I am not surprised to see Trump does so well."

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Donald John Trump, Sr. (born June 14, 1946) is an American business magnate, investor, television personality and author. He is the chairman and president of The Trump Organization and the founder of Trump Entertainment Resorts. Trump's extravagant lifestyle, outspoken manner, and role on the NBC reality show The Apprentice have made him a well-known celebrity who was No. 17 on the 2011 Forbes Celebrity 100 list.

Considered one of best known real estate entrepreneurs in the United States, Trump is the son of Fred Trump, a wealthy New York City real-estate developer. He worked for his father's firm, Elizabeth Trump & Son, while attending the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and in 1968 officially joined the company. He was given control of the company in 1971 and renamed it The Trump Organization.

In 2010, Trump expressed an interest in becoming a candidate for President of the United States in the 2012 election, though in May 2011, he announced he would not be a candidate. Trump was a featured speaker at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). In 2013, Trump spent over $1 million to research a possible run for president of the United States in 2016. [1]

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If you're on Panjury long enough then you wouldn't be shocked to see the results. IMO, Panjury is a lot more accurate reflection of reality because it's free of the media's taint despite our relatively small userbase.

Anyway, Hillary is rotten to the core. Trump is just a loudmouth. I doubt he will start a WW3, while on the other hand, Hillary totally has no problem with lying, twisting facts to get what she wants. Trump is the lesser of the two evils.

on November 9, 2016

Ng Man yes this is true.

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Donald Trump lied to us. During the campaign, he said he was smart. He told us, "I know words, I have the very best words" and said, "I have a very good brain." He has bragged that he doesn't need daily intelligence briefings because "I am, like, a smart person."

But in the past week, Trump has undermined those claims with blatant and inexplicable typos in his tweets. He misspelled wait ("waite") and businesses ("busineses"). The latter has not been corrected; it remains on Trump's account. In November, he fired off a tweet that incorrectly spelled speeches ("speaches").

on December 19, 2016
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President-elect Donald Trump spoke in Orlando on Friday to a packed crowd of more than 11,000 people during his Thank You Tour rally where he admitted that his supporters during the election were 'violent'.

Trump and Vice-President-elect Mike Pence spoke on stage to a sea of supporters who packed the Central Florida Fairgrounds to attend their first public event since the election in the state. 


Trump, who won the key state of Florida by 112,911 votes beating out Clinton in the election, took the stage just before 8.30pm.

The real estate mogul ripped the media, and pointed to members of the press who were in attendance at the rally while calling them 'very dishonest people.'

Without evidence, he suggested that the media distorted exit polls on Election Day. 

While Trump spoke for a few minutes about the media, Jeremy Diamond, a CNN reporter at the rally, said on Twitter that a Trump supporter threw an empty water bottle at him and called him 'trash' before walking away. 

The real estate mogul did admit that some of his supporters were violent during the 2016 campaign, after months of repeatedly downplaying the intense outbursts of violence his supporters displayed towards protesters at some of his events.

'You people were vicious, violent, screaming, 'Where's the wall? We want the wall!' Screaming, 'Prison! Prison! Lock her up!' I mean you are going crazy. I mean, you were nasty and mean and vicious and you wanted to win, right?' Trump said to the crowd of thousands. 

on December 18, 2016
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On Friday morning, President-elect Donald Trump took a new tack in his war on the Russia hacking issue.

Are we talking about the same cyberattack where it was revealed that head of the DNC illegally gave Hillary the questions to the debate?

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 16, 2016
 
As our Dave Weigel noted, this isn't really accurate. There was nothing illegal at play, and Donna Brazile wasn't the head of the Democratic National Committee at the time that she leaked town hall questions to the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Weigel wrote a whole post about the issue — but people who just click through to the link see only Trump's claim, and none of the context.

Unless, of course, they've installed our extension for Google Chrome.

We made a tool that slips a bit more context into Trump's tweets. It's still in the early stages, but our goal is to provide additional context where needed for Trump's tweets moving forward (and a few golden oldies). For example, here's what it shows in relation to that Trump tweet.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/12/16/now-you-can-fact-check-trumps-tweets-in-the-tweets-themselves/?utm_term=.eece99cffb25

on December 18, 2016
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President-elect Donald J. Trump on Thursday named David M. Friedman, a bankruptcy lawyer aligned with the Israeli far right, as his nominee for ambassador to Israel, elevating a campaign adviser who has questioned the need for a two-state solution and has likened left-leaning Jews in America to the Jews who aided the Nazis in the Holocaust.

Mr. Friedman, whose outspoken views stand in stark contrast to decades of American policy toward Israel, did not wait long on Thursday to signal his intention to upend the American approach. In a statement from the Trump transition team announcing his nomination, he said he looked forward to doing the job “from the U.S. embassy in Israel’s eternal capital, Jerusalem.”

Through decades of Republican and Democratic administrations, the embassy has been in Tel Aviv, as the State Department insists that the status of Jerusalem — which both Israel and the Palestinians see as their rightful capital — can be determined only through negotiations as part of an overall peace deal.

Mr. Friedman, who has no diplomatic experience, has said that he does not believe it would be illegal for Israel to annex the occupied West Bank and he supports building new settlements there, which Washington has long condemned as illegitimate and an obstacle to peace.

The Trump transition team’s statement focused on Mr. Friedman’s long history with Israel, portraying him as a friendly supporter of the country whose views were in line with the United States’ position toward it.

“The two nations have enjoyed a special relationship based on mutual respect and a dedication to freedom and democracy,” it said. “With Mr. Friedman’s nomination, President-elect Trump expressed his commitment to further enhancing the U.S.-Israel relationship and ensuring there will be extraordinary strategic, technological, military and intelligence cooperation between the two countries.” The statement said that Mr. Friedman was a fluent speaker of Hebrew and “a lifelong student of Israel’s history.”

Mr. Friedman’s appointment was quickly praised by the Republican Jewish Coalition, whose executive director, Matt Brooks, called it “a powerful signal to the Jewish community.”

But beyond Republicans, there were deep concerns over the choice of Mr. Friedman. J Street, a dovish lobbying organization that has been critical of some Israeli policies, said in a statement that it was “vehemently opposed to the nomination.”

“As someone who has been a leading American friend of the settlement movement, who lacks any diplomatic or policy credentials,” it said, “Friedman should be beyond the pale.”

Mr. Friedman has made clear his disdain for those American Jews — especially those connected to J Street — who support a two-state solution for the Israelis and the Palestinians. Writing in June on the website of Arutz Sheva, an Israeli media organization, Mr. Friedman compared J Street supporters to “kapos,” the Jews who cooperated with the Nazis during the Holocaust.

“The kapos faced extraordinary cruelty,” he wrote. “But J Street? They are just smug advocates of Israel’s destruction delivered from the comfort of their secure American sofas — it’s hard to imagine anyone worse.”

At a private session this month at the Saban Forum, an annual gathering of Israeli and American foreign policy figures, Mr. Friedman declined to disavow the comments and even intensified the sentiment.

Questioned by Jeffrey Goldberg, the editor in chief of the Atlantic, Mr. Friedman was asked if he would meet with various groups, including J Street. Mr. Friedman said he would probably meet with individuals but not with the group, according to several people who attended.

Mr. Goldberg then raised the kapos comparison and asked if he stood by it. Mr. Friedman did not back away. “They’re not Jewish, and they’re not pro-Israel,” he said, according to the people in the room.

Daniel Levy, a left-leaning former Israeli peace negotiator, said that in naming an ambassador with the hard-line views of Mr. Friedman, Mr. Trump could end up undercutting the security of Israel and the United States and condemn “the Palestinians to further disenfranchisement and dispossession.”

“If an American ambassador stakes out positions that further embolden an already triumphalist settler elite, then that is likely to cause headaches for American national security interests across the region and even for Israel’s own security establishment,” Mr. Levy said. “Especially an ambassador committed to the ill-advised relocation of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.”

In its statement, the Trump team noted that Mr. Friedman had held his bar mitzvah 45 years ago in Jerusalem at the Western Wall. The wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray, is a remnant of the retaining wall that surrounded the ancient Temple Mount, the most sacred site in Judaism.

on December 17, 2016
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Jonathan Burks began his career as a congressional staffer in a windowless office buried inside the Rayburn House Office Building.

Eighteen years later, he’s risen to become one of the most powerful staffers on Capitol Hill, taking over as a historic chief of staff to House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) at a critical moment in Washington as President-elect Donald Trump vows to change the way the nation’s capital does business.

Ryan announced Wednesday that Burks, 38, is taking over for David Hoppe, replacing the longtime veteran of Washington battles with a trusted policy specialist who has been at the speaker’s side most of the past six years.

Burks, whose career includes stints inside the George W. Bush White House and at the highest policy levels in Congress, now has the mandate of trying to implement the sweeping agenda that Ryan has tinkered with for more than a decade. Before Trump came to town, Ryan’s proposals — some of which are quite controversial — might as well have been academic exercises because President Obama would always be able to veto any of them that landed on his desk.

Now, however, with Trump soon to be president and publicly praising Ryan after months of jousting, Burks has been charged with crafting serious proposals that have a real chance of becoming law as Republicans control both wings of Congress and take over the White House.

“The last many years of Paul’s career have been all about preparing for this moment, of putting together a conservative policy agenda that we could enact if the political stars aligned, and that’s really what’s happened now,” Burks said Wednesday morning in an interview inside the Capitol.

Despite one-party rule, enacting Ryan’s agenda is no easy task because the House Republican Conference has been deeply fractured and Republicans hold a tenuous 52-48 majority in the Senate.

Burks’s rise to the pinnacle of staff power comes with an added historical impact: He is the first African American to serve as the top aide to a speaker of the House. The chief of staff position has existed 30 years, and no speaker, Democrat or Republican, has ever had a black chief of staff. Before that, the top House aide was called administrative assistant, and there is no known instance of a speaker hiring a black administrative assistant. Congressional directories of past decades do not include pictures or cite the personal backgrounds of aides.

on December 17, 2016
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During Donald Trump's "Thank You" tour, the president-elect smugly admits to lying about his campaign promises to lock up Hillary Clinton and "drain the swamp."

on December 17, 2016
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Donald Trump's barnstorming tour across the states that won him the White House continues to feature far more taunts of triumph than notes of healing after a bruising election.

Thursday's rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, found the president-elect calling for the mostly white crowd to cheer for African-Americans who were "smart" to heed his message and therefore "didn't come out to vote" for his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton.

"That was the big thing, so thank you to the African-American community," Trump said.

He also edged closer Thursday to completing his Cabinet, announcing his choice for interior secretary: Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke, who should fit smoothly into an administration favoring more energy drilling and less regulation.


The president-elect — who also found time to hit Twitter, playing media critic and then stating anew his doubts about charges that Russia hackers tried to disrupt the U.S. election — boasted to the crowd in Pennsylvania that he captured a state that for many Republicans was "the bride that got away."

"Everyone leaves Pennsylvania, Republicans, thinking they won Pennsylvania. And they never do. They just don't win Pennsylvania," said Trump.

on December 16, 2016
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Elon Musk has joined Donald Trump’s advisory council despite having dismissed Mr Trump as “not the right man for the job” during the election. 

The President-elect’s transition team announced the appointment of the Tesla executive alongside Travis Kalanick, the chief executive of Uber, on Wednesday.  

Musk’s appointment comes weeks after he warned the election is not “the finest moment in our democracy in general”. 

on December 16, 2016
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Perry, while running for POTUS on 2011, claimed it was one of the federal departments he wanted to abolish.

He famously forgot the name of the department during a presidential debate as a candidate in 2011.

on December 16, 2016
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