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(Reuters)   EU on Trump's economic policy: It's almost as if you've had no training at all. I don't know what this is supposed to be   ( reuters.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, President Donald Trump, Der Spiegel, global economy, Taxation in the United States, EU member states, United Kingdom, United States, U.S. tax code  
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2017-09-09 08:02:41 PM  
Don't worry, the policy will probably change tomorrow.
 
2017-09-09 08:32:45 PM  
But he doesn't even really work here.
 
2017-09-09 09:30:47 PM  
They just sat through Nigel Farage's bullshiat, too.

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2017-09-09 09:40:08 PM  
He has a policy? Could you make  us a copy and fax it over?
 
2017-09-09 11:16:23 PM  

edmo: He has a policy? Could you make  us a copy and fax it over?


His policy will always be anti-Obama. There is nothing more and nothing less. His actual plan will always be "fark you, pay me". Nothing more and nothing less.

Anything else is random chance and consequence.
 
2017-09-09 11:18:04 PM  
Just trying to get ahead
 
2017-09-09 11:19:12 PM  
He has informed the citizenry he has had the best training, and he is like a smart person.  There's nothing to worry about.  If you cannot trust the POTUS, who can you trust?
 
2017-09-09 11:20:44 PM  

harleyquinnical: He has informed the citizenry he has had the best training, and he is like a smart person.  There's nothing to worry about.  If you cannot trust the POTUS, who can you trust?


Thank God that's all cleared up!
 
2017-09-09 11:25:40 PM  
Step one: Get a bunch of money from daddy.
Step two: ?
 
2017-09-09 11:26:06 PM  
Luckily for America, only the US House can cut a check.
 
2017-09-09 11:32:13 PM  
The headline would apply to everything Trump does.  The man is Id personified.  He has no ability to think beyond what he wants here and now.
 
2017-09-09 11:35:17 PM  
We're going to have to let you go.

But I don't really even work here

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2017-09-09 11:45:26 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: We're going to have to let you go.

But I don't really even work here

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That's what makes this so difficult.
 
2017-09-09 11:53:15 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: Luckily for America, only the US House can cut a check.


True but Trump can cut our income enough that even outstanding obligations can't be met.
 
2017-09-09 11:55:58 PM  
It also said the Europeans were concerned by the Trump administration's spending plans, saying that because "public debt is already on a path that is not sustainable" this policy contained "short-term risks for the global economy".


Where were those complaints when the guy they liked was doubling our debt?
 
2017-09-09 11:58:16 PM  

wardog84: It also said the Europeans were concerned by the Trump administration's spending plans, saying that because "public debt is already on a path that is not sustainable" this policy contained "short-term risks for the global economy".


Where were those complaints when the guy they liked was doubling our debt?


Bush? They didn't like Bush.
 
2017-09-10 12:21:23 AM  

wardog84: It also said the Europeans were concerned by the Trump administration's spending plans, saying that because "public debt is already on a path that is not sustainable" this policy contained "short-term risks for the global economy".


Where were those complaints when the guy they liked was doubling our debt?


Most Obama  era debt increases are a result of Bush era policies as fiscal policies can take YEARS to show their true effects, especially when you put things off the books for the next guy to take care of.

A lot was also due to Republican obstruction because they could not let the black democrat get anything positive done, and wasted their time trying to repeal the ACA rather then doing their jobs responsibly.
 
2017-09-10 12:23:41 AM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: wardog84: It also said the Europeans were concerned by the Trump administration's spending plans, saying that because "public debt is already on a path that is not sustainable" this policy contained "short-term risks for the global economy".


Where were those complaints when the guy they liked was doubling our debt?

Bush? They didn't like Bush.


I think he meant Reagan. Although Reagan tripled the national debt, not doubled
 
2017-09-10 01:24:57 AM  
But Trump is a smart businessman! He made a lot of money!
 
2017-09-10 02:02:11 AM  

Gyrfalcon: But Trump is a smart businessman! He made a lot of money!


We still don't have proof of that.
 
2017-09-10 06:06:22 AM  
"fark you, pay me" I'm not paying
 
2017-09-10 06:28:09 AM  
Y'all just now figuring this shiat out?
 
2017-09-10 02:53:13 PM  
Don't worry, Trump will visit a new Great Depression upon us on a global scale.

And conservative voters and politicians will. Not. Learn. A. Goddammn. Thing.

No, they'll be screaming "Again! Again!" as libs and dems are still desperately trying to pick up the pieces.  For an example, see their reaction to Obama cleaning up W's monumental mess: Trump.  And when he's done failing they'll find yet another candidate somehow even worse and more unamerican to double down with.  And they'll make sure to cheat in every way possible to get his ass in there.  Everything outside of directly changing the final vote because it's apparently the Only Thing that keeps an election from being totes legit, amirite?  (Just kidding, they'll make sure you can't audit the machines so they can do that in troublesome states too.  But let's be real.  Considering the exit poll discrepancies, they probably did it this time too.)
 
2017-09-10 05:09:41 PM  

Gr3asy: Don't worry, Trump will visit a new Great Depression upon us on a global scale.

And conservative voters and politicians will. Not. Learn. A. Goddammn. Thing.

No, they'll be screaming "Again! Again!" as libs and dems are still desperately trying to pick up the pieces.  For an example, see their reaction to Obama cleaning up W's monumental mess: Trump.  And when he's done failing they'll find yet another candidate somehow even worse and more unamerican to double down with.  And they'll make sure to cheat in every way possible to get his ass in there.  Everything outside of directly changing the final vote because it's apparently the Only Thing that keeps an election from being totes legit, amirite?  (Just kidding, they'll make sure you can't audit the machines so they can do that in troublesome states too.  But let's be real.  Considering the exit poll discrepancies, they probably did it this time too.)


Violating federal voting laws is practically de facto GOP campaign strategy nowadays. As is screaming about "voter fraud" whenever Democrats win an election.
 
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