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Remember Why You Liked Trump In the First Place?

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Posted By: GustoGrabber, 11/20/2022 11:24:51 AM

It’s been an interesting week of watching people on the Right scrambling to sling mud at anything or anyone to which or whom it will stick. Perhaps the most interesting of all is “who” the blame has fallen to. Namely, Donald Trump. Most people do not understand the kind of true sacrifice Trump made when he decided to run for office—even though he surely didn’t have to. The hatred and other persecutions, the sorts that come with such public sacrifices, have the potential of ruining not only one’s own life but that of one’s family.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: bpl40 11/20/2022 11:32:56 AM (No. 1338477)
I’ve never forgotten!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: DVC 11/20/2022 11:52:32 AM (No. 1338486)
Like #1, I remember, and Trump still has my vote if he runs. NeverTrumpers are Uniparty accomplices.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: obdurate 11/20/2022 11:52:43 AM (No. 1338487)
Nor I ,#1.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: nwcudagal 11/20/2022 12:05:01 PM (No. 1338495)
I miss him every day.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: judy 11/20/2022 12:22:59 PM (No. 1338504)
The corrupt non media is trying to poison everyone’s mind against Trump….bring back 2020!,!.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: NotaBene 11/20/2022 12:50:52 PM (No. 1338531)
Donald Trump is a lynx that sees further than most of US. He is a Godsend. He brought China and Mexico to the forefront on June16, 2015 when he came with Melania down the golden escalator. Through his Herculean efforts we were blessed with 4 years of Peace and Prosperty. It’s not easy stopping the Globalist Luciferians.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: 49 Ford 11/20/2022 1:31:30 PM (No. 1338572)
I love the man and always will, but if we cannot come to grips with the Democrats' corruption of the electoral system what will it matter?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Lawsy0 11/20/2022 1:48:18 PM (No. 1338579)
His heart beats Red. White and Blue. Also, he wasn't a Clinton, he wasn't a Bush and for sure, he wasn't a Romney nor a Pelosi. Thank God for Donald Trump.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Rinktum 11/20/2022 2:23:58 PM (No. 1338613)
FTA: “ Remember, the same people who were attacking him years ago are the ones still attacking him now, only today they are using a well-liked candidate (who owes a great deal to Trump) against him, causing a divide and duping everyone in the process. Consider who that really benefits. That says a lot to me. ” Exactly why I am very leery of President Trump’s detractors. Rinos and Never-Trumpers will do anything to prevent another Trump Presidency. He had the kind of successful term that has been unheard in Republican history and these fools want to abandoned the guy who made it possible. How does that make sense? These Rinos and Never-Trumpers won’t ever support him because they hate his success, and that is why I won’t ever trust them or any candidate they support. There is a very dark strain running through the Republican Party and these people are desperate to get rid of President Trump. For that reason alone, Trump is looking pretty good to me. At least, I know he won’t betray the country and its people to benefit himself.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: sanspeur 11/20/2022 3:31:39 PM (No. 1338666)
I love him with MAGAluv .He always was larger than life and will continue to be a light in a darkening , filthy world .Rock on oh mighty Leader of State ..He is Da Man of great Accomplishments , unlike all his lilliputian ankle biting foes .
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Reply 11 - Posted by: BarryNo 11/20/2022 3:54:29 PM (No. 1338678)
Frankly I DIDN'T like Trump at first. I didn't vote for him in the primary. I sure voted for him against Hillary (the Wicked Witch) but didn't expect much. He won me with aggressive pro-American moves like I had never seen before. He earned my respect. I will back him against any Dem or 'Republican' Swamp Critter. He deserves a second term without the traitors who stabbed him in the back during his first term. WE deserve such a second term. I would cry for a Trump DeSantis ticket, followed by 8 years of DeSantis.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Hobbitmom 11/20/2022 5:20:00 PM (No. 1338724)
I’ll never forget, the first thing the PIAPS said was “maybe we should talk about women who were involved with Donald Trump,” and without dropping a beat, he said, “yeah, let’s talk about women who were involved with Bill Clinton!” And both Clinton’s shut their mouths. I had never seen anyone go right back at that gruesome couple! It was incredible. He just shut them both up by showing he was fearless, daring them to bring it on!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: volksford 11/20/2022 5:20:20 PM (No. 1338726)
Yes I damn sure do and I don't care if he is rude , crude or anything else I am TOTS .....Tired Of This S^^T ... TOTS
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Reply 14 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/20/2022 6:19:58 PM (No. 1338759)
Very few marry our grade school crush or high school sweetheart. But few “forget”. And occasionally some get back together. FPDT was a man for his time in 2016. Maybe he is in ‘24…but then maybe not. The cultists will bully until whenever. They have no other choice, and will consider no other. If the UNIPARTY is successful in blocking FPDT’s return, what will they do? Sit home and then snipe the alternative?
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Reply 15 - Posted by: smokincol 11/21/2022 1:14:11 AM (No. 1338930)
there was never a single matter concerning our President that I didn't have complete faith in how he would govern
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Reply 16 - Posted by: mean Gene 11/21/2022 2:17:14 AM (No. 1338938)
Trump gave me a reason to vote. If they manage to take him out, do the Reps expect me to just settle for the Oscar Mayer weenie?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: The Remnants 11/21/2022 7:38:20 AM (No. 1339013)
I liked him because I thought "this guy can't be bought". I still think so. I'd bet that many of the Trump Haters hate the man because they know they can be bought and Trump - by contrast - can't be. They may already be compromised and would like to deny it.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: justjoe1237 11/21/2022 7:40:35 AM (No. 1339014)
It doesn't matter if you love him, hate him, or are somewhere in the middle. Here is the hard truth: If he runs again he will lose in a landslide. Go ahead and call me a NeverTrumper-- I voted for him twice. There are NeverTrumpers, EverTrumpers, and a new addition, KamikazeeTrumpers, ready to blow it all up out of mindless allegiance. I could tell you at length why I no longer support Trump, but I will mention just one thing which if you really get it is the whole story. Three days before one of the most important elections ever, Trump began attacking the most popular, most effective Republican in the country. Sometime when your seething mind settles down, ponder that.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Adam 11/21/2022 7:57:06 AM (No. 1339027)
She’s right that Trump’s enemies are fomenting a divide between DeSantis and Trump. But why is Trump doing that himself?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/21/2022 8:39:18 AM (No. 1339074)
Yep! And still do. No Never Trumpers in this household. Trump/??? 2024 MAGA/KAG/KMAGA/Uber MAGA
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Trapper 11/21/2022 10:40:30 AM (No. 1339159)
But unlless we fix the broken digital election system, with its ballot scanners, tabulators, and voting machines all hooked up to the internet and controlled remotely by God-knows-who, we could very well end up with President Fetterman in 2024. Paper ballots counted by hand and reported manually are essential.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 11/21/2022 11:05:01 AM (No. 1339179)
I will answer that #19 #18. For whatever reason, some Billionaire supporters of President Trump in 2016 now are behind DeSantis and are pushing him to run in 2024. They are the ones in the background that are causing internal troubles/problems. President Trump is a reactor not the provoker! Check it out! My concern of these other candidates that are opposing President Trump are: 1. They are not financially independent so look to the billionaires for support therefore are not independent. 2. These candidates don't have the experience like Trump in the foreign politics (like N. Korea) that we desperately need today. 3. We don't know if these candidates can take the political blows that PDJT has taken and survived. (against all odds) As much as I like the popular governor of Florida, he has not been tested in the fire like PDJT. 4. We don't know if these candidates have the strength of character to deal with enemies within and without our Country. When all has been said and done, President Trump has been tested in the fires and has come out as pure gold in that he has stood the test, he has not only survived, but has thrived, gotten stronger, and made America Great Again, and that's quite an accomplishment! Praise be to "In God We Trust", Our National Motto!
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Zigrid 11/21/2022 11:32:42 AM (No. 1339202)
The sacrifices the Trump family has made...these past seven years is never to be forgotten...President Trump made these sacrifices for his country...and his country loves him for it...the fake media can twist the story line all they want...but...WE will never desert President Trump....and the bushes and chennys can whine and twist...but if you don't have WE the people with are never going to represent US again...and your dreams of controlling US again is done....
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Reply 24 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 11/21/2022 11:48:03 AM (No. 1339217)
Until voter ID, paper ballots, one day for voting [no mail-in voting except for proven disabled and military] and counting observers from both parties from ballots box to totals, it won’t matter who is on the ballots. Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, LA, Arizona must be rid of all corruption first. A ‘Kari Lake’ needs to be in charge of each swing state. MAGA
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