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24buzzfeed · 5 days ago
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To make faster progress in the Afghanistan talks. Washington: Preparations underway for conference in Istanbul
To make faster progress in the Afghanistan talks. Washington: Preparations underway for conference in Istanbul
Preparations are underway for a conference in Turkey to help Afghan negotiators make progress in peace talks, the State Department announced today.   Ministry spokesman Ned Price said at a press conference in Washington that a conference was being planned in Istanbul, Turkey, to speed up the peace process in Afghanistan, with a broad international presence.   The Istanbul conference was aimed at…
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24buzzfeed · 6 days ago
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U.S President Biden: I'm not worried about the situation in Jordan
U.S President Biden: I’m not worried about the situation in Jordan
He said President Joe Biden, on Wednesday, he informed the king of Jordan that her “friend” in America, stressing that “not worried about the situation in Jordan“.   Biden reaffirmed the United States ‘ strong support for Jordan and King Abdullah’s leadership,” the White House said in a telephone call Wednesday.   The two leaders “discussed the strong bilateral relations between Jordan and the…
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afriupdatenews · 9 months ago
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T.V Personality Beverly Turner Claims Meghan Markle Aims To Be U.S President
T.V Personality Beverly Turner Claims Meghan Markle Aims To Be U.S President
Meghan Markle has aspirations to become President of the United States, according to Beverly Turner. She told presenter in his Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine show that she had it on “good authority” that the Duchess of Sussex intends to run for office in a report by The Mirror.
Meghan and Prince Harry moved back to the United States in January, leaving the royal life behind, and have been vocal on a…
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When my dad died.. things are changing presidential in the community of Blair county PA.. he died he was 86 years old.. his Last Name Was Bush or Cheney.. or Mr Wealth.. he wanted people to get off drugs stop killings.. He Was Above The President 1954 -2009
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It got so bad these people didn't want to see me drive or get my license or go to school .. had To Be Snuck in There.. I had to go to Homeland Security school
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Always File Your Taxes.. When I worked at a Lawn Care business They Won't let me file My Taxe's... Hate Crimed Since 1995...
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Chris Batten, 22 Does the Donald have Clinton Trumped? – A thought on the race to be President.
As a centre/centre-right British citizen watching from across the pond it’s quite astonishing seeing the rise of Donald Trump from a political joke, to a political joke that holds the official nomination of the GOP.
As any person who isn’t living under a very large rock will now know, the race to be the next President is going to be between Hilary Clinton and the Donald.
Regardless of their politics or policies or your view on them personally, if it was an interview situation, I think we can all agree that Clinton would probably walk it. She has infinitely more experience in dealing with social issues, foreign policy issues, economic policy issues and she has decades of knowledge and involvement with the American political establishment at state and federal level. She has even lived in the Whitehouse and slept under its roof as a first lady. In contrast, the Donald has no experience of really anything. He pretends to be a business guru and a working class hero, yet he was gifted his gold plated empire through a ‘small’ ($1 000 000) loan by his father and has made less of it than if he had just put it in any standard bank account which received interest.
Unfortunately for the rest of the free world, it’s exactly Clinton’s political pedigree and experience which might lead to her being trumped by the Donald. As in any given election, if a candidate can tap into the mood of the electorate, they significantly improve their chances of victory. In the case of America in 2016, significant parts of the population are feeling disgruntled and disheartened with the political establishment; the establishment which Clinton so perfectly represents and Trump so vehemently rails against. In my political experience, a powerful and emotive message, based on no or very few actual facts, is infinitely more powerful in the minds of the electorate en masse than a well reasoned and factual statement that has less passion, at least initially. Look at our own country not too long ago.  I would challenge anybody to remember the policy text of the New Labour manifesto in 1997, yet most people around at the time will remember the famous “Education, Education, Education” line which helped Tony Blair romp to victory. In the even more recent past, how many votes did “Vote Leave, Take Control” win over? Or “We send the EU £350 Million a week; lets fund our NHS instead”? There was a relative torrent of experts which regularly debunked those infamous taglines, but they spoke to the electorate’s passions and undoubtedly contributed to the Vote Leave victory in no small way.
Now I am not saying that a powerful message on its own is enough, and Trump still has three months to prove if he has the staying power he so obviously believes he has. Unfortunately however, the Donald has already shown that he doesn’t have the same vulnerabilities as a regular US politician. His popularity doesn’t dip in the same way when he is embroiled in scandal, and his core support almost seem to revel in his comments which upset the establishment (even if that establishment is the GOP itself). He has survived being both outwardly racist and sexist on a number of occasions, and has even managed to survive kicking a crying baby out of one his rallies. A “regular” US Presidential hopefully wouldn’t dare dream of doing any of that.
For Clinton to beat him, she needs to steadily hack away at his foundations and highlight his total incompetence, not just politically, but across the board. She needs to reinforce and guarantee her support amongst female and non-white American’s, and absolutely capitalise on Trump’s every mistake. It won’t be enough for Clinton to simply attack Trump’s lack of experience in politics; she will need to mobilise her team to fundamentally unpick Trump whilst publically protecting her own already damaged integrity (Just ask any GOP member about ‘Benghazi’ or ‘Emails’). But most of all, she needs to follow a golden rule of politics – don’t worry about your core support, they’ll vote for you, go after your opponents! By showing that the Democrats aren’t just “the commie-socialists” some of the GOP faithful believe they are, Clinton might just erode Trump’s support and pull out a win.
The Donald is not a strong politician, but that might be exactly what the regular American voter thinks they need right now. 
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losmuertosnohablan · 8 years ago
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If anybody feels the need to debate me on this... Go ahead.
I am more than GLAD to have our first black president be re-elected into office
But why do presidents take an oath while swearing on a bible(s)?
I understand it's your belief in God.., something you have faith in.. but when they take oath, shouldn't the president swear on the U.S. constitution...? The book of laws on which he is promising to preserve, protect, & defend?
You guys should share your opinion.
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moimonkey · 8 years ago
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OBAMA FOR THE WIN!
I'm happy for the night... and hopefully for the next few years! aha
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thelordsrevolution · 8 years ago
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I wish that Jesus was the president!
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literarydopeness · 9 years ago
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Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.
President Ronald Reagan
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