> Outspoken > Outsider > Outwitted everyone this year > Knows what the people want > Turned roughly 10 million into 8 billion > Built a lot of shit > Got liar hillary to shut the fuck up > Got SJW to shut the fuck up
First, more people voted romney than voted trump. Democrats didnt show up to the poles and they still won popular vote. Technically Hillary got less votes than romney too. Basically had Hillary's trick ass not rigged thr DNC then bernie would reign supreme. I think trump and his people are too intertwined in conflict of interest to be effective. Hes also not going to last as president because he doesn't want to be president. At all. Hes gonna move into the white house which is a fuckin shack compared to his towers- he just wants the attention of rallies and shit. The man has no interest in presidenting. Pence is gonna run the show and he is basically just a sith Lord.
>>717629727 Why exactly do you think Russia is our enemy? Obama has worked as hard as he can to make Russia our enemy. They're our ally, and there absolutely no reason for them to b our enemy. This isn't 1955. Putin is also very left wing and a zionist. So I don't get why you people hate him so much.
>>717626705 If youre already rich and expecting big tax breaks as a result then by all means kiss this guys feet. But most of you neets and cumstains will likely suffer economically because of trump. Forget his ethics or lack thereof im talking about how this presidency will directly affect us citizens.
>>717630744 Since the end of the 90's the US, Russia, and Europe were fairly close allies. Russian heads of states used to appear at every international political event. Only in the last 4 years has anything come up about Russia being "our enemy".
>>717626705 >A few months after he is elected, the bromance between Trump and Putin is over >Putin says something shitty about Trump in the media, probably on Twitter >Trump is up at 3 am. He can't stop thinking about what Putin said. >Trump gives the word to nuke Moscow. >Goodbye, adios, sayonara, auf wiedersehen
>>717630514 Most of the people chanting about how Russia is so evil are either 1) too young 2) too uneducated or a combination of the two to realize just how bad they're playing themselves following obama and hillary in the anti-russia propoganda.
Like kids today heard he was mean to some gays so they're up in arms and getting behind the Dem party without realizing that their entire platform is built around the same foundations as the old soviet union. How dumb could they be?
Let's forget HRC used Pol Pot's (communist) own strategies for public school reform and Michelle O. has only tried to continue the same tactics. Let's also forget that HRC has only been "pro-gay" since she ran for office the first time and Bill talked her into it.
Most people don't even know why the fuck they hate Russia they just do because some black guy on the tv said so. But they'll listen to him for 20 minutes then go outside and join a protest where people are literally carrying around USSR flags. It's fucking retarded how hypocritical kids are today, they don't even know what they believe or why.
He is smart. Fucking obviously. You don't rise to the height of power in a country like Russia, twice, by being a moron.
>>downplays and ridicules his own intelligence agencies ability to analyses data.
Funny. I remember when criticizing intelligence agencies products was required to be a Democrat in good standing.
>>The last time we were on eachother's shitlist the world could have ended with the push of a button. >And if you think Russia and the US haven't been at that point for the last 35 years, I have some fucking news for you.
No one said anything about 35 years, you faggot. The guy said that nuclear powers shouldn't be too hostile, for the sake of everyone. You... rambled nonsense and pretended like you were delivering a well-deserved lecture.
Quit pretending you know what you're talking about. Some of us aren't fooled by your bullshit.
1. The Russian state did not hack anything, global intelligence communities are in total agreement on this. 2. When the media says "Hacked the election" they mean leaked DNC emails.
>>717630943 Yes and Japan is also our fierce enemy, not one of our best allies. Once the USSR collapsed relations between Russia and the west were amazing. Just because Russia was the villain in James bond when you grew up doesn't mean you grew up during the cold war. You clearly weren't an adult before 2012 if you think that Russia is out enemy.
>>717630943 You can't tell what he want's because you can't reads fucking minds no matter how old you are. That goes for everyone in this thread. You opinion on the future means about as much a dog shit on fire. It just stinks animal butt sex and faggots.
>>717628959 I'm a liberal and I despise both Obama & Hillary. Critism doesn't equal hatred. Despite what the SJW's might think. I can't think of anything more non-liberal than to try and limit freedom of speech. If I lived in America I would've probably voted for Trump, despite not liking the guy, Hillary was so much worse. Do NOT conflate radicals with liberals.
>>717626705 He knows nothing about politics, and is too far up his own ass to do anything about it. He doesn't even bother attending intelligence briefings, because he's too busy talking shit about SNL on Twitter. The way he handled the phone call from Taiwan is an example of how shitty a presidjent he's going to be.
So far Trump made a tweet about Ford opening a new factory in Mexico. He reminded Ford that if they open a new factory in Mexico expect heavy import tariffs for every car shipped into the country. Ford decided against opening the factory in Mexico and decided to open a new factory in Michigan instead. Trump isn't even president and he created new jobs (in the near future). I would say he's off to a good start.
>>717631813 It wasn't Russia. The only people saying it was are the CIA, who won't testify before congress because they admittedly have no evidence, and the US media. The FBI and all international intelligence agencies say Russia did not hack the DNC and leak the emails.
But let's pose a question really quickly. Lets say Russia did hack them and release the emails. In the words of Hillary, "What difference, at this point, would it make?" They weren't forgeries, there was no hidden third state agenda behind them. The emails were simply a look into the scene that controls the political system in this country. All it was is transparency, it's holding a group with massive influence in our nation accountable for their actions. Doesn't even sound like a bad thing to me.
>>717631776 The chain of command is fairly massive. The gold codes aren't a big red button on barry's desk. Barry and the Heads of state have to agree. Then it goes through an entire chain of checks before it actually gets launched. Anyone in that chain can "veto" the order. And get tried in court later.
>>717632185 Even if that is true, it would be a real dick move on their part to influence the election in such a negative way.
How would you feel if you were applying for a job but you didn't get it because your roomate 'leaked' your internet history to the employer? Wouldn't you consider that a hostile attack on you? Shouldn't you give him a punch in the face when you get back?
>>717632602 >Barry and the Heads of state have to agree. Then it goes through an entire chain of checks before it actually gets launched. Anyone in that chain can "veto" the order. And get tried in court later.
No they can't. They can talk about it and object if they want but they can't stop the order. You should read up on it. There's not much stopping the Commander in Chief from authorizing a nuclear launch.
1. Eliminate Medicare. 2. Eliminate Social Security. 3. Eliminate Healthcare. 4. Eliminate Regulations. 5. Support Israel. 6. Repair relations with Russia. 7. Ban muslim immigration. 8. Deport illegals. 9. Build the wall. 10. Tax cuts for people like me. 11. Tax increase on the middle class (+ the elimination of their income tax)
If you were applying for a job and your conduct at your last comparable job as "leaked" that would almost be comparable, and that would be just But we are talking about the US government, not some highschool drop out trying to get a job at McDoubles.
>>717633155 I've read up on it plenty. You sound like you don't understand our legal system. De fact veto power is what anyone in the chain has. The fear of prosecution is there to ensure no abuse of that power. It's called checks and balances.
You don't understand what the not guilty plea is do you?
>>717633270 How is that incomparable? Those were private emails, there is no way you can say that you dont do or say things in private that would look "bad" in the public's eye, despite many people do the exact same. Do you masturbate in public? Do public figures need to be complete saints who are not allowed to do anything that could be considered bad even in a private setting that is never intended for the public's eyes?
>>717633465 This isn't a computer executing an end task command on a program that hasn't saved changes to a document. There is no fear of prosecution if you ignore the order, if ignoring the order was the right thing to do.
>>717632975 If I were a scummy shifty cunt with the blood of 112,000-123,000 civilians on my hands who voted yes on a war for profit while my bank account grew, and knew this was just one of the many terrifying realities that are my wrong doings I should hope someone out in the world warned everyone so they could stop me. Otherwise, my corruption would continue while I drag the rest of the country down with me in my deranged attempt to beat death and become the most powerful cunt alive.
So yeah, I fucking shake my roommates hand and give him a prize, had I one. Whoever did it, did the world a favor. That bitch is an evil cunt. One of the worst people involved in our government.
I actually thought he might be good but his cabinet picks are telling me otherwise. I was happy with maddog mattiss, but the rest of his cabinet are terrible. Ben Carson, Jeff sessions and rick perry are laughable. Drain the swamp is already a meme and he isn't even in office. The latest pick For labor Andrew puzder is even worse. A guy who has been fighting the good fight for Americans by wanting the minimum wage rolled back to $5 an hour. Keep America poor, I mean great again.
>>717633904 >The DNC is a private organization with a monopoly on politics in the US >The DNC was talking about the election in their emails and their abuse of power towards rigging the election in those emails.
That's completely different from >Donald trump was having a private conversation on a bus 10 years ago, completely unrelated to the election
If you are a plumber and you get fired from your union job in Kansas for masturbating into womens panties at the job site And you move to another state to get a job as a union plumber, your history coming out is just.
If you are a plumber applying for a building permit your history of masturbating on womens panties is irrelevant.
>>717634422 Obviosly you don't see through shit. I did vote for him, I wouldn't vote for hillary to save my life, I wouldn't be able to live with myself. But please don't act like half the people that ticked his box don't have buyers remorse after these terrible cabinet picks. Ben Carson dude, Ben fucking Carson. Plus Trump is turning out to be the biggest Jew shill in history and he can't get off Putins nuts. I'll give him a chance but everything is pointing to downward spiral.
>>717628681 Hey libtard what is your response to this >>717632288 anons post? Why do libtards do this? They make a post like this, get solid responses and go silent because they know they are retarded.
>>717632975 Are people really this stupid? We're not talking about leaking your internet history. If you wanted to use an analogy it would be 1) you apply for a job at a company 2) your roommate "leaks" a recording of you saying the company is shit and you plan to uproot and change it from the ground up despite it violating ethics/principles that most any human should have 3) you're surprised you don't get hired.
>>717633465 >the military has to carry out the launch >no one can stop or veto it
Pick one, dumb nigger. Soldiers refuse unlawful and/or unethical orders all the time and, in the US, are well within their rights to do so. This wouldn't be any different.
>>717635176 I was never a Trump supporter. Don't even live in the US. Was never expecting any big things from him... disaster mostly, but the one thing I was hopeful of was his message to drain the swamp. Then he goes and appoints a bunch of financial fatcats to his cabinet.
Also, no wall. No deportations. No repealing Obamacare. Pretty disappointing that he's already said he won't be delivering on those things.
>>717634908 Who? Reince priebus? He was appointed to appease Republicans 90% of his picks are people he has had no problems with. Please don't think campaign mudslinging is real life anger. Cmon, Rick Perry is dumb as a stump. Devos is hell bent on privatizing education, price has been outspoken against Obama care because doctors can't price gouge anymore, munchin is a fucking goldman Sachs exec, Pruitt is a exxon oil lobbyist in charge of the EPA now. This shit is laughable. It's a Whitehouse money grab at its finest.
>>717633912 Unfortunately, you are misguided on this one anon. If the President orders a nuclear attack, the officers in the chain of command leading to launch are trained to only validate that the President actually gave the order. Read for perspective: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Hering
>>717631082 There is no solid evidence proving Russia hacked us. The media is referring to the hacking of the DNC (a civilian organization). Asia by far our worst enemy in terms of cyber attacks. 99% of the cyber attacks on the DoD are kept under wraps anyways.
>>717637040 No solid evidence? What the fuck are you watching? The hackers used known KGB code and it was done on a Cyrillic keyboard. China must have framed them, thanks trump Jr. Everyone Republican and Democrat that has seen the evidence is in agreement. Maybe pay attention just a tiny bit.
>>717637174 How do we know it wasn't a Russian group of hackers and not the Russian government behind it? Meaning Putin may not have had anything to do with it. He probably did but we couldn't trace it to him anyways. We do the same shit in the middle east. We use merc's to do dirty work we don't want associated with the military or government, we claim ignorance to what happened.
>>717637900 Well it seems highly likely that it was the Russians and also that the Russian government was knowledgeable.
As for the US's actions in the Middle East and around the world, it should totally be called out for its constant meddling. This is one area where Trump may be able to make an improvement. Stop fucking around in the affairs of sovereign nations.
>>717638076 Yes exactly, I was making a point to the other anon that outsourcing gives the government the ability to try to wash their hands of their actions. I would bet that Putin did the same with the hacking of the DNC. They are just as guilty of outsourcing as we are.
Of course i'll be a great president, I know everything, about everything, I'm never wrong, I've never been wrong in my life, life is so easy i'm a genius, I know things that no one else on earth knows about hacking, I'm so 1337, I know that I know more that anyone ever, I just became king, i mean president as a favor to all you plebs, worship me plebs, read my tweets, serve me, all hail Emperor Trump!
>>717636448 First, you're not American so your opinion means fuckall to begin with.
Second, he hasn't walked back any of his promises and he's yet to spend a day in office.
The reality of the situation is Obama is doing literally everything he can in the last 12 days of his presidency to make it impossible for Trump to change anything. Like the guy has a serious fucking ego problem and is trying to protect his "legacy" at all costs even if it means fucking over the American people even more.
Do people not realize what a shitbag this guy was? He made excuses for 8 years about how this or that stopped him from getting things done then BAM his last 3 weeks in office he's signing shit left and right. Like how dumb do you feel for trusting him in the first place?
>>717638831 Please keep doing such a great job President-elect Trump. You're not even in office yet and already America is becoming great again!
All of your picks for office have been brilliant. You only surround yourself with the most talented and capable people.
I know you've mentioned that you will be enacting some slightly different policies than the ones your promised, but I also trust that you have an even grander plan for all of us. You're just so insightful and strategic. I can't wait to watch the next four, no let's say eight years unfold!
>Trump is ALREADY reversing the outflow of jobs >Trump has instigated MASSIVE reinvestment back in America before he even takes office. >Trump has even now created optimism about the US economy and trade relations not seen in living memory
Trump beat to get elected: -Sixteen republican contenders in the primaries. -Clinton -Obama's unconstitutional and illegal campaign-trail support for Clinton -HEAVILY biased televised debates in which he was clearly singled out for harsh treatment. -At least one assassination scare. -Silicon Valley (best algorithms & projections money could buy working for Hillary) -Virtually unlimited big donor establishment money endlessly jacked into Hillary's "campaign" -Debbie Wasserman Schultz's wholesale crooked shit for the DNC (ignored by the US Justice System) -Loretta Lynch's openly crooked shit -Hollywood and the entire entertainment industy's pantheon of pointless celebrities scoffing and posturing against him. -An endless tsunami of 24/7 weaponised media bias and destructive, targeted lies never seen in the history of this country. -Totally rigged sampling and polling numbers leading up to the election designed to de-stabilize and undermine Trump support.
>>717632729 so ? he just have to get on good terms with india (which will surpass china in the next decade) and thats it. Just because the chingchongs want to illegaly conquer foreign land doesn't mean everyone has to support that.
>>717637174 First, whoever did it didn't "hack" shit, it was an idiot at the DNC who fell for a phishing scam on a botnet that was targeting millions of other users.
The guy basically answered a nigerian prince email like a dumbass. There have also been numerous sources say it wasn't state-sponsored.
Again, you faggots just have your panties in a bunch because your dirty laundry got aired out. Are you implying it would be better for American voters to be kept in the dark about the fucked up shit people we're choosing for office are up to when the camera's aren't around?
You either think Americans should be kept in the dark about corrupt leaders or you want to start a war with another country because OUR elected officials have serious ethics/morals problems. Get fucking real man. You and O. can shove it up your asses, he's just pitching a fit because the emails showed he knew about HRC's home server after he said publicly he didn't. Caught in a lie, guess we gotta start a war to distract people.
He's now beaten down SINCE he won: -Jill Stein's galactically obvious recount bullshit -Attempts to railroad the Electoral College -"Popular vote" precedence blathering. -Open calls for assassination of a man now president elect, which legally commands jail time for anyone guilty of it, instead these calls are actually HOSTED and discussed in mainstream media. -ONGOING lies, misinformation and blatant bias by the mainsteam media at an individual who is actually PRESIDENT ELECT. The media obviously hasn't learned shit. -Russian collaboration & hacking hoaxes including condemnation by Obama WITHOUT EVIDENCE. Hoax after hoax after hoax discredited in a mind-numbing "anything goes" war trying to prevent Trump from taking office.
Do you think those of us who support Trump care, or are concerned ONE IOTA for whatever bed-wetting horseshit any of you trot out at this point?
>>717638328 I do hope we pull our troops back and we worry about our selves for once. We keep getting into other people's business, we send money and supplies, yet we get nothing in return. We need to worry about number one. That's why I'm ok with Trump's lack of foreign policy knowledge, he can hire a foreign policy expert if need be, but we need someone with domestic policy knowledge.
>>717639191 I wouldn't doubt Putin had anything to do with it. Just that Putin outsourced it to civilians that way he can tell the US he had nothing to do with it and he will "punish" the hackers with cash. Lol
Probably his constant lying, and complete ignorance on subjects he pretends he's knowledgeable about.
Also maybe his track record of being a high end con artist, having to settle court cases for fraud, having little to no ethics, or vision or passion for anything besides making money his entire life.
Also maybe because he's a huge creepy old pedo bear that grabs woman by the pussy, and admits that he thinks he can just go around grabbing pussies because he's famous. It's fucking disgusting. Imagine if he did that to your sister or your mom.
Also because he's handing control of the government over to major international corporations that have no allegiance to out country, and would gut it completely if it would drive their stock up .05%.
Companies like exxon that constantly have pipeline spills and tanker spills, and wreak havoc on the fishing industry and destroy drinking water and entire ecosystems that we're dependant on for survival.
Or maybe the fact that it's 2017 and he has no renewable energy plan, all the technology is well past ready, we can make super-critical steam from solar plants, but we're not going to because OIL!
Also maybe because he wants to build a wall, but its impossible and will never get done, he'll just put up more fence that is easy to tunnel under. Meanwhile immigration from mexico peaked in 2011 and has been declining ever since.
ALso maybe because he's talking about bringing jobs back to america but unemployment rate is incredibly low right now, and bringing tons of jobs here would cause insane amounts of inflation and fuck up our economy. It would also cause MORE mexicans to come to fill those jobs since there aren't enough americans to fill them.
Also maybe because he's catering to the religious right, the biggest bunch of morons imaginable.
>>717632200 >They are counting on the gang banging nig nogs and beaners to do the ground work for them.
this. i've seen at least half a dozen posts of the so racially conscious left talking about getting the "brothers" to take out the alt-right, since they have gang and street smarts and know how to use guns.
>>717639516 goddamn i'm still pissed about this. this is the election that made me realize I'm not a dem. i'm certainly not with the GOP.
i'm a man without a party, and all I can do quit whining, because no matter what i've still gotta wake up tomorrow and go to work, and the next day, and the next, and the next, and the next. no matter who won that would never change, so i wonder if this matters at all.
Yes I'll keep picking CEO's of giant corporations with vested interest in russian relations. Drain the swamp!
You know lobbyists are so corrupt, so by having CEO's in my cabinet, there will be no need for lobbyists! Cut out the middleman! They can now wield our nation's political power to directly benefit their private corporations! See how efficient I"m making things! This is only the beginning!
Listen, peeps, babes, just relax, Daddy Donald is here now. I'll make the big bad scary things go away. There's nothing I'm unaware of. Just trust me ok. Just trust me and give me complete control over everything and it will all be beautiful.
>>717631329 >confusing good social policies with socialism kek Free healthcare and education are normal things that all countries are obligated to provide. If you think anything other you're a fuckin dumbcunt mate.
We hate russia because it's run by a brutal dictator that torture people to death, and uses his secret police to make his political enemies disappear. It's complete fascism and it's a complete shithole with a rotting infrastructure. Those in power there use it for their own advantage only and don't give a shit about the people.
You don't realize this? I know many people from russia, they all hate it. Maybe you should talk to some russians.
>>717631329 >Most of the people chanting about how Russia is so evil are either 1) too young 2) too uneducated or a combination of the two to realize just how bad they're playing themselves following obama and hillary in the anti-russia propoganda.
How's that communist cock taste, you raging faggot?
You're too stupid to know you fell for Russian propaganda.
God damn, you people are horrible Americans... Tell me how awesome Russia/Putin is again.
>>717640768 Not him but >obligated Nobody's obligated to give you shit. I have both of those things because I set myself up to be able to provide those things. I didn't have shit given to me. But I listened in high school(the only state provided education anyone needs) and took it to heart that I needed to do well in order to succeed and further my education without shelling out thousands of dollars(that I didn't have) out of pocket. Poverty is no excuse. There are plenty of programs for those that wish to succeed. In other words I got mine. Go get yours. And keep your god damn hands out of my pocket while you do it. You have the absolute right to succeed in this country no matter your color religion or gender. On that same note you have the absolute right to fail. The choice is 100% entirely up to you.
What do you mean "outsourced"? Like did putin hack from his home computer IP?
Of course not. He's got his guys. They have their gear. They don't swipe cards and show up to work everyday like the CIA. They're probably hacking credit card data bases when putin has nothing for them to do, but when the call goes out they get to work for him. They all probably don't even live in the same cities.
In fact it's probably not even putin directly, I'm sure someone else is in charge cyber attacks, and his boss is the guy that talks to putin. Of course there's some degrees of separations.
Hilary had a plan to keep russia in check. they were terrified of her. That's why they helped to elect the orange ass clown. They threw a molotov cocktail into our democratic system by manipulating ignorant plebs...like you.
>>717631776 There isn't a fucking giant button he can push to nuke Russia. Orders have to go through a chain of command and you can guarantee they will laugh at him when he orders them to nuke Russia at 3am.
Spreading bullshit conspiracy theories created from reading into the REAL emails is the actual conspiracy...
If you believe in Pizzagate, you are one stupid mother fucker.
If you don't know how they did this... by going to websites like 4chan, right wing FB groups, anti-Hillary groups, Reddit, and spreading these bullshit theories online. The gullibles did the rest. That is the actual conspiracy.
LOL which fox news show did you hear that on? Or was it something rush limbaugh said?
Have you ever actually met a liberal? Because son you dun just said the most retarded thing I read all day.
Protip: Liberals want to push renewable energies and get off oil all together. We think oil should be saved for war time efforts, not wasted on you burning rubber with your H3 so you can make it to burger king before midnight.
>>717641764 I mean exactly what you just said. He has a team of trusted hackers who don't directly work for the Russian government but are occasionally paid to hack on behalf of the Russian government ,probably paid in cash and such
>>717633155 Yes, they can. The president cant just go on his computer and launch a fucking nuke. Anyone could say no, sure they could be charged with treason but by the time things get sorted out and the president is impeached for trying to nuke a country without reason they will probably be let off without any charges.
He's already found out that a tweet about more taxes on GM for moving production of the Cruze, or a comment that was LITERALLY "We want them to make a lotta money, a lotta money, but not that much money" about the cost of Air Force One can send shockwaves through the stock market. That a single sentence from the man who isn't even actually president yet can hurt a company, can make them bend.
Imagine what Obama could have done if he held a press conference and said "I am trying to get good healthcare for Americans. This is a list of Congressmen who are trying to make the insurance companies money" then read those names. Obama was a pussy. Every president of the modern age is a massive drippy pussy.
Cato the Elder ended every speech with "And Carthage must be destroyed". He didn't beat around the bush, he fucking said what he thought. And I don't see any Carthages around here. Whereas the Roman Empire was possibly the greatest empire of human history.
>>717631982 We aren't talking about the voters; plenty of liberals are very against silencing tactics, you for example. You disagree with me but idc I still respect you.
We're talking about the Liberals that are actually in power or trying to get into power. Hillary for example called those who don't support her deplorable racists. The media implied Trump supporters were all just racists (that one SNL skit for example). Those people use those "radical" silencing tactics to try to sway public opinion to support liberals.
TL;DR liberals SHOULD be conflated with radicals in the general sense, cause those in power DO use those radical tactics and don't face backlash from the majority of liberals.
>>717626705 Think he's going to be a fine president and i'm generally not very fond of him. Don't think he'll be horrible, he'll be fine. Think a lot of people are being VERY overdramatic regarding Trump.
If you're talking about a President who gives a fuck about the poor in any way shape or form he's definitely not the guy. The age of being able to enter middle class straight out of highschool with a factory job is never coming back and he can't bring it back. So in that respect he isn't going to be great.
If you're talking about a meme president this is the man for the job.
Again, you idiots don't even know what you or "your group" believe or why you believe it. Just parade some Hollywood celebrities on stage and tell you "it's cool to follow us" and your dumbass tags along like a stray puppy.
The more you post, the more you show us all how uneducated you are.
Dick Cheney on the president's ability to wage nuclear war: "The president of the United State is now, for 50 years, is followed at all times, 24 hours a day, by a military aide carrying a 'football' that contains the nuclear codes that he would use and be authorized to use in the event of a nuclear attack on the United States. He could launch a kind of devastating attack the world's never seen. He doesn't have to check with anybody. He doesn't have to call the Congress. He doesn't have to check with the courts. He has that authority because of the nature of the world we live in."
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