I guess this was a spoiler.KEY9481 wrote:Where is Olivia Pope to assassinate a VP when you need her.
Paul Ryan looks like Bill Clinton in comparison to Mike Pence/DJT viewsstevyy wrote:Mike Pence is more dangerous tho... because he is a Nazi who knows how to decimate entire groups of pppl... he'll do it.spiritboy wrote:Since there won't be an impeachment, i really hope something bad happens to him that will effect his life and will not be able to continue his presidency before he give more harm to his country and the world.
And a big shame on him calling African countries a "shithole"
While Trump wants to get rid of black and brown people, Mike Pence wants to use the church to get rid of the LGBTQ entirely. I wouldn't rule out a genocide either.
I believe Biden is one election cycle too late. I honestly want a new face for the Democratic party. I wonder if he’ll be drowned out with such a wide field expecting to contest the nomination.stevyy wrote:All I'm saying is Biden2020 PLEASE GAWD
most of times it does, but Kasich has already shown his fim intentions to challenge TrumpRihab wrote:btw, could anyone try to contest the republican nomination or does the sitting president get it automatically?
Yes, that's where the primaries come in. Theoretically, if Trump ends being unpopular enough with the base, he could be challenged.Rihab wrote:btw, could anyone try to contest the republican nomination or does the sitting president get it automatically?
Full article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/01 ... amburgers/telegraph wrote:Cognitive testing looks for signs of mild cognitive impairment and/or Alzheimer’s disease. Sample questions on the Montreal test include repeating a set of numbers in order both forwards and backwards and remembering a list of common words.
The doctor said: "He's very sharp, he's very articulate around me, I've no indication to be concerned about his thought process."
Dr Jackson said he had not planned to do a cognitive test but Mr Trump asked him to, and he did "exceedingly well" on it.
The doctor said: "If he had some kind of mental cognitive issue he would not have got 30 out of 30 on the test. He has no mental or cognitive issues."
I think the November midterms will reveal a lot about just where the base and the party lay with Trump.cheapthrills wrote:Yes, that's where the primaries come in. Theoretically, if Trump ends being unpopular enough with the base, he could be challenged.Rihab wrote:btw, could anyone try to contest the republican nomination or does the sitting president get it automatically?
Trump is quite popular with the base, and I see no reason that will change unfortunately. If the past year hasn't changed their minds, nothing will. So yes, prepare for another campaign of outrageous lies and cruelty in 2020.
It’s just too easy a target. Politics shouldn’t be personal, but political imo. I’m no supporter nor defender, but going after his hair of all things is so childish.heppolo wrote:Trump's kinda obsessed with his hair himself.menime123 wrote:In fairness he’s in his 70s. I never understood the fascination with his hair. He’s lucky to have any