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Re: General Election in December?


@Cleoriff wrote:

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Brilliant @Cleoriff 

There are a few MPs I can think of who should be tied to that post wink

 

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Re: General Election in December?

Looks like Trump is also trying to influence the election.

 

Nothing to do with any vested interests of course.

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Re: General Election in December?

So many problems at home he can’t help but deflect by interfering elsewhere..
The guys a ******ing moron
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Re: General Election in December?

Thing is, he's already said this already so its not really surprising he's popped up now for soundbites. Besides the British public won't notice anyway what any US President says though wouldn't be surprised if we get calls of interference from foreign powers when JC fails. No doubt we'll get numerous investigations based on a facebook post made 3 years ago treated as fact because it must have had an impact on the voting public. 

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Re: General Election in December?

It shouldn't be forgotten that the UK was kicked out of the US many years ago. The powers there would like to see us grovel (everywhere) 🤑
An old concept "divide and conquer" A united Europe doesn't suit the US.
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Re: General Election in December?

Trump trashes New York as dirty and unsafe 

and leaves for Florida 

I love the reply from Gov. Cuomo

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Such a simple but telling remark that many feel.

 



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Re: General Election in December?

All mouth and no trousers in public and a keyboard warrior the rest of the time.

If I was Trump I’d be more worried about assassination than impeachment.
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@JAZZ-trad wrote:
It shouldn't be forgotten that the UK was kicked out of the US many years ago. The powers there would like to see us grovel (everywhere) 🤑
An old concept "divide and conquer" A united Europe doesn't suit the US.

Incorrect (in a quiz show manner). Great Britain was. GB and the UK (shortened from UK & NI) are strangely distinct and the latter didn't get formed till way after American Independence: source. 

 

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@OldFart wrote:
All mouth and no trousers in public and a keyboard warrior the rest of the time.

If I was Trump I’d be more worried about assassination than impeachment.

Do you think that would be allowed to happen? It would mean a state funeral and that would be the worse thing ever that he'd be remembered as a martyr in the eyes of his opposition. The consipiracy theorists would be pointing in unison to the trail of bodies attached to the Clinton name and the reputation of the security agencies would be well, worthless. 

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Re: General Election in December?

Thank you for the clarification @sheepdog
It was a long time ago heaven knows what Great Britain was "really" called there🤣🤣 LOL