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All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
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All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
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Maybe they are wondering how a non-politician, common sense businessman did more in 500 days than they did in 40 years.
@charliekirk11
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One word, assimilated. Scream1
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RE: All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
Trump could get a lot more done if he wasn't under siege 24/7/365.

The negative press and the haters are taking up a portion of his brainspace that could go towards thinking of other good things to do.
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RE: All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-14-2018 05:51 AM)
Maybe they are wondering how a non-politician, common sense businessman did more in 500 days than they did in 40 years.
@charliekirk11

Doubt it seeing how N.Korea has been making the same promise's for years.
Before all they wanted was food, this time they got a lot more.
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RE: All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-14-2018 05:51 AM)
Maybe they are wondering how a non-politician, common sense businessman did more in 500 days than they did in 40 years.
@charliekirk11

I applaud this thread!
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Trump is a Zionist puppet just like all Presidents past and present.
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RE: All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-14-2018 06:03 AM)
Trump is a Zionist puppet just like all Presidents past and present.

The art of the deal equates to assimilation into the matrix. In other words wealth. That's why NK backed down. Money flow!
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Last year the libs were in a tizzy because they said "Trump was gonna get us in a nuke war with NK"
Yesterday all of the lib talking heads are saying "Trump weakened US foreign policy because he and Kim sat down and talked"
Now the libs are saying that Trump had nothing to do with planning that meeting with Kim because Obama and Hillary laid the "groundwork" for that

The F****** left have absolutely lost their minds
(bless their little pea picking hearts).......
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banana RE: All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
THEE WORD IS BAFFLED!!!
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RE: All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-14-2018 06:03 AM)
Trump is a Zionist puppet just like all Presidents past and present.

I do not disagree
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stupid folks say stupid things .. I'm sorry you never learned history .. good luck ..

Making good on his most dramatic presidential campaign promise, newly elected Dwight D. Eisenhower goes to Korea to see whether he can find the key to ending the bitter and frustrating Korean War.During the presidential campaign of 1952, Republican candidate Eisenhower was critical of the Truman administration’s foreign policy, particularly its inability to bring an end to the conflict in Korea. President Truman challenged Eisenhower on October 24 to come up with an alternate policy. Eisenhower responded with the startling announcement that if he were elected, he would personally go to Korea to get a firsthand view of the situation. The promise boosted Eisenhower’s popularity and he handily defeated Democratic candidate Adlai E. Stevenson.Shortly after his election, Eisenhower fulfilled his campaign pledge, though he was not very specific about exactly what he hoped to accomplish. After a short stay he returned to the United States, yet remained mum about his plans concerning the Korean War. After taking office, however, Eisenhower adopted a get-tough policy toward the communists in Korea. He suggested that he would “unleash” the Nationalist Chinese forces on Taiwan against communist China, and he sent only slightly veiled messages that he would use any force necessary (including the use of nuclear weapons) to bring the war to an end unless peace negotiations began to move forward. The Chinese, exhausted by more than two years of war, finally agreed to terms and an armistice was signed on July 27, 1953. The United States suffered over 50,000 casualties in this “forgotten war,” and spent nearly $70 billion. The most frustrating war in U.S. history had come to an end. America’s first experience with a “limited war,” one in which the nation did not seek (and did not obtain) absolute victory over the enemy, did not bode well for the future. Conflict in Vietnam was just around the corner.

THANKS TRUMP ..

We're all here to go..
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One would think they know the jig is up.
They impoverished us with their fake wars.
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RE: All 5 living ex-presidents are silent on NK and the progress being made.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-14-2018 05:51 AM)
Maybe they are wondering how a non-politician, common sense businessman did more in 500 days than they did in 40 years.
@charliekirk11

What did he do? Nothing...Clinton had the NK's leader promise the same thing and he didn't keep his word then either
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WASHED UP PUNCHY TAXI DRIVER  Wrote: (06-14-2018 06:28 AM)
link to image: https://i.imgur.com/WOr8mlR.jpg

I won't say what that picture looks like to me but it is not flattering to one person in it.
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