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December 11, 2017

The victims of President Pussy Grabber are now speaking out

Filed under: Trump — furtherglory @ 9:30 am

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Do you remember when “Pussy Grabber” began his campaign to become President of the United States? When it was  revealed that Donald Trump was a “pussy grabber”, he was quoted as saying: “When you are a star, they let you do it.”

Now his victims are coming forward. The following quote is from a recent news article which you can read in full at:

https://www.aol.com/article/news/2017/12/11/three-women-who-accused-trump-of-sexual-misconduct-speak-out/23303722/

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Three women who have previously accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct before he took office spoke out Monday as America’s watershed #MeToo moment continues to unfold.

Jessica Leeds, Samantha Holvey and Rachel Crooks, speaking together on “Megyn Kelly Today,” described separate interactions with the president in years past, with one of the allegations dating back several decades.

Holvey said when she competed in Trump’s Miss USA pageant in 2006, Trump came backstage unexpectedly when she and other contestants were wearing nothing but robes and he personally inspected the contestants.

“I just felt so gross,” she said. “Just looking me over like I was a piece of meat.”

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December 3, 2017

The FBI Trump-Russia probe

Filed under: True Crime, Trump — furtherglory @ 12:55 pm

You can read all about it in this recent news article: https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.826485

The following quote is from the news article:

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President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and former adviser K.T. McFarland were the Trump transition officials who spoke to former U.S. national security adviser Michael Flynn about his contacts with Russian officials, CNN reported over the weekend.

McFarland told a friend in an email [that] when she was on Trump’s transition team that Russia “threw” the U.S. election to Trump, The New York Times reported Saturday.

McFarland went on to serve in the Trump White House and has been nominated to be the U.S. ambassador to Singapore. CNN also reported she met with investigators for special counsel Robert Mueller, who is looking at contacts between Russians and the Trump administration.

read more: https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.826485

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So that is what happened!

On election night, I went to bed, confident that Hillary would win, based on the information that she had 3,000 more votes than Trump had. The next morning, I was amazed to learn that Trump had won the election. How did that happen?

Something wrong! as Dr. Henry Lee used to say.

November 5, 2017

Just when I am beginning to like Trump, his approval rating hits historic low

Filed under: Trump — furtherglory @ 11:00 am

You can read about Trump’s approval rating in this news article: 05/politics/wapo-abc-poll-nov-5/index.html

The following quote is from the news article:

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According to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, 59% disapprove of Trump’s handling of the presidency — the worst of any president at nine months in office since modern polling began. Of those who disapprove, 50% say they do so strongly. Only 37% of those polled approve of Trump’s performance in office.
Trump is the first president since Harry Truman to see a net-negative approval at this point in his term, according to The Washington Post. Former President Bill Clinton had the next worst, with a net positive of 11 points.
A record percentage of respondents (65%) do not think that Trump is “honest and trustworthy,” up from 58% in April 2017, while a third say he does have these characteristics. Two-thirds say they do not think Trump “has the kind of personality and temperament it takes to serve effectively as president.”
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What is Trump’s problem, you ask.
I think that Trump’s problem is that he is not in touch with the common people. He hangs out with billionaires like himself and with leaders of other countries. He should remove his wig and go out among the common people to see what ordinary people see and do.
I think that Hillary Clinton has the same problem. I read her book and I learned that she only hob nobs with upper class rich people.

November 2, 2017

Trump’s meeting with Chinese leader

Filed under: Health, Trump — furtherglory @ 4:42 pm

Before Donald Trump flies to China on November 8th, he should bone up on Chinese culture. The worst thing that could happen is that Trump might cause the Chinese leader to “lose face.”

To lose face means to be embarrassed or humiliated, especially publicly. Both this expression and the underlying concept come from Asia; the term itself is a translation of the Chinese tiu lien and has been used in English since the late 1800s.

You can read about Trump’s trip to China at https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/oct/26/extraordinary-elevation-trumps-kowtow-unlikely-to-win-favours-from-xi-jinping

The following quote is from the news article:

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Donald Trump has saluted the “extraordinary elevation” of President Xi Jinping and compared him to a “king” on the eve of his trip to meet an exalted and emboldened leader now considered China’s most powerful since Mao.

Xi confirmed his absolute supremacy over China’s one-party state this week with the historic decision to enshrine his political thoughts in the Communist party’s constitution during a congress marking the end of his first term.

Party officials responded by showering adjectives of adulation on the man they say is making their nation great again, hailing Xi’s incisive, glorious, magnificent, visionary, pioneering and thrilling leadership.

Trump – who is scheduled to fly to Beijing on 8 November for a three-day visit – went almost as far on Wednesday. “Spoke to President Xi of China to congratulate him on his extraordinary elevation,” the US president tweeted, having refrained from weighing in on Asian affairs during Xi’s politically sensitive summit. “Also discussed NoKo [North Korea] and trade, two very important subjects!”

In a second tweet Trump said he was looking forward to “what will hopefully be a historic trip!”.

Trump continued his charm offensive in an interview with Fox Business Network. “He’s a powerful man,” he told anchor Lou Dobbs. “Now some people might call him the King of China – but he’s called president.”

Experts say Trump wants to butter up Xi before trying to strike a deal over North Korea during his visit.

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For many years, I went to a Chinese doctor and had acupuncture once a week. This doctor has told me that I am now too old to have acupuncture. But it might be O.K. for me to have a row of black rocks put on my back. I have had this treatment one time, and I might try it again.

October 11, 2017

Trump’s advisers fear that he is “unraveling”

Filed under: Trump — furtherglory @ 12:49 pm

You can read a recent news article about Trump at https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/10/donald-trump-is-unraveling-white-house-advisers

The following quote is from the news article:

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At first it sounded like hyperbole, the escalation of a Twitter war. But now it’s clear that Bob Corker’s remarkable New York Times interview—in which the Republican senator described the White House as “adult day care” and warned Trump could start World War III—was an inflection point in the Trump presidency. It brought into the open what several people close to the president have recently told me in private: that Trump is “unstable,” “losing a step,” and “unraveling.”

The conversation among some of the president’s longtime confidantes, along with the character of some of the leaks emerging from the White House has shifted. There’s a new level of concern. NBC News published a report that Trump shocked his national security team when he called for a nearly tenfold increase in the country’s nuclear arsenal during a briefing this summer. One Trump adviser confirmed to me it was after this meeting disbanded that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Trump a “moron.”

In recent days, I spoke with a half dozen prominent Republicans and Trump advisers, and they all describe a White House in crisis as advisers struggle to contain a president who seems to be increasingly unfocused and consumed by dark moods. Trump’s ire is being fueled by his stalled legislative agenda and, to a surprising degree, by his decision last month to back the losing candidate Luther Strange in the Alabama Republican primary. “Alabama was a huge blow to his psyche,” a person close to Trump said. “He saw the cult of personality was broken.”

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What does this mean? Has Trump gone completely bat crap crazy? This is not the first news article which has questioned his sanity. I recall that I have previously blogged about rumors of Trump’s mental illness. .

October 10, 2017

Which one has the higher IQ — Trump or Tillerson

Filed under: Trump — furtherglory @ 6:19 pm

You can read about the battle of the IQs at http://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/in-the-know/354718-mensa-offers-to-host-iq-test-for-trump-and-tillerson

My money is on Trump to get the higher score on an IQ test.

The following quote is from the news article:

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Bring on the IQ test — Mensa says it’s willing to host President Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a battle of the brains.

In an interview with Forbes published Tuesday, Trump suggested he and Tillerson — who allegedly once called the commander in chief a “moron” — go head-to-head in an intelligence quotient showdown. The State Department has denied Tillerson ever made the comments.

“I think it’s fake news,” Trump told the magazine of Tillerson’s “moron” remark, “but if he did that, I guess we’ll have to compare IQ tests. And I can tell you who is going to win.”

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If Hillary Clinton were included in this contest, she would score the highest. Trump would be in second place and Tillerson would score the lowest — in my humble opinion.

October 6, 2017

Russia used fake Facebook accounts to undermine Hillary’s campaign

Filed under: Trump — furtherglory @ 11:19 am

Finally, it is revealed how the Russians helped Trump to win the election.

You can read about it in this news article: https://thinkprogress.org/russia-facebook-clinton-campaign-d6d76b2a2e82/

The following quote is from the news article:

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By meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Moscow appears to have initially aimed to plant Donald Trump in the White House. But as signs toward the end of the campaign pointed to Trump’s defeat, actors in Russia were primarily trying to hamstring Hillary Clinton’s perceived ascension to the presidency. That theme ThinkProgress detailed earlier this week by analyzing Russia’s creation of hundreds of fake Facebook accounts, pumped via ads and promotion into Americans’ feeds.

We’ve also learned that certain pages called for followers to vote for Jill Stein and Bernie Sanders, as opposed to Clinton — although those posts, especially as pertaining to Sanders, haven’t yet been revealed publicly.

Both the “Secured Borders” and “Beyond Patriotic” pages revealed by the Daily Beast were steeped in anti-Clinton rhetoric, with the latter organizing on-the-ground rallies that featured Americans chanting to “lock her up!” In one example from “Secured Borders,” the authors — referring to Clinton as “Killary” — piggy-backed on the outrage over Clinton’s comments that certain Trump supporters are “deplorables.” As the post wrote, “If Killary thinks that being American, loving your country and be concerned about ours and our children’s future is deplorable, then hell yeah count me in in that basket! [sic]”

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Based on this, I think that Trump should be kicked to the curb and Hillary should be installed as the President. The public should be completely informed about the reason for this.

September 30, 2017

Rush Limbaugh is back in the news (updated)

Filed under: California, Trump — furtherglory @ 4:32 pm

You can read about Rush Limbaugh in this recent news article: https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/jeffrey-lord/2017/09/30/rush-limbaugh-media-have-corrupted-liberalism

and in this news article: http://www.pressofficialcomment.com/jay-z-apologizes-to-his-wife-beyonce-for-a-side-jump/?gclid=CO7b9pWq0NYCFQORfgodqPQF-Q

The first thing that you should know about Rush Limbaugh is that he does not live in Rio Linda, California. Rio Linda is a small town out in the boon docks, close to Sacramento, and the name of the town is a joke. People who live in Rio Linda are thought to be backward and stupid.  So that’s why does he live there?.

Rush Limbo was not born in Rio Linda. Why should he care? Rush doesn’t care that people make fun of Rio Linda.

The following quote is from the news article:

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Rush Limbaugh made a rare television appearance this past week, returning to Fox for a sit-down with Sean Hannity to kick-off the latter’s return to his starring 9pm hour. Rush did not disappoint.

While he [Limbaugh] said all kinds of things that doubtless resonated with the Fox audience, in terms of the media, he zeroed in on exactly the complaint of so many.  Fox wrote it up this way:

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“He [Rush Limbaugh] said the mainstream media has now been ‘corrupted by liberalism’ and is no longer delivering the news to Americans like they used to.

‘They don’t do the news. There is no news. There is the advancement of the Democrat Party agenda, which is ‘get rid of Trump,’ and they are totally devoted to it,’ Limbaugh said.”

Not to put too fine a point on it? Bingo!

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The following quote is also from the news article:

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Here’s Rush from the MRC dinner getting it absolutely on point in sobering fashion:

You saw these clips tonight, it’s stupid. And the problem is, these people have influence….They believe it. They’re killing everything they touch, they’re corrupting everything they touch, and they’re destroying it. We laugh at it because we need the relief, but they believe it. And they’re dead serious, they’re dead wrong, they’re dead stupid, they’re brain dead, and they are a problem. And they’ve got to be – in the arena of ideas – they have got to be beaten.

Exactly.

This is indeed no laughing matter. Every single day the media is pounding away at not just President Trump but any and everything about America. And in doing this it leads more than enough people who should know better down a garden path of the sheerest ignorance.

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September 21, 2017

What is the difference between an e-mail server and an e-mail account?

Filed under: Trump, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 3:17 pm

Today I picked up my reserved copy of Hillary’s book at the book store. I rushed home and immediately started reading it.

Instead of starting on page 1, I went to the index and found the chapter entitled “Those Damn Emails”. [Those damned E-mails]

But first I looked up the definition of an e-mail server and found this:

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An e-mail server is a computer running software that manages the storage and routing of e-mail.

When you send e-mail from your PC or from Yahoo, it is collected by a mail server or router for distribution across the network.

E-mail is exchanged between mail servers and routers using a protocol called ESMTP (Extended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol).

Once the e-mail arrives at the e-mail server you
get your e-mail from, it is indexed into your address’ storage and waits for you to retrieve it. The e-mail server allows you (actually, your e-mail account) to receive e-mail even if your computer is not on the network.

Then, you retrieve your e-mail from the server. If you are using Yahoo! Mail, the mail sits on the e-mail server and is displayed to you using the Web-based mail reader. If you use another e-mail program, it could be retrieved from the server via the POP3 protocol or the IMAP protocol and transferred to your e-mail reader. Microsoft Exchange e-mail servers have their own protocols.

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The following quote is from Hillary’s book – the chapter entitled “Those Damn Emails”

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Imagine you are a kid sitting in history class thirty years from now learning about the 2016 presidential election, which brought to power the least experienced, least knowledgeable, least competent President our country has ever had. Something must have gone horribly wrong you think. Then you hear that one issue dominated press coverage and public debate in that race more than any other. “Climate change?” you ask. Health care? “No, your teacher responds, “Emails.”

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What Hillary fails to explain in her book is that when you have a private e-mail server, you can see where your e-mail is really coming from and not from where it is pretending to come from.

Many years ago, when I was a recruiter, specializing in recruiting engineers for my client companies, I would get e-mail from someone claiming to be Joe Blow, but I could see that the e-mail was really coming from another recruiter who was trying to steal my client companies away from me. That’s the reason for having a private e-mail server — you know where your e-mail is really coming from.

Here is the definition of an e-mail server:

[An e-mail server is] A computer (and/or the software running on that computer) that:

(1) Stores email addressed to the users of that system as they arrive until such time as the user retrieves/deletes it

(2) Processes outbound messages and sends them out for delivery

You can read another review of Hillary’s book at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hillary-clinton-what-happened-review_us_59c16721e4b0186c22066d72

The following quote is from the review of Hillary’s book:

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In the end, Clinton simply does not have the right tools to tell her own story. Many critics are upset that she spends her book blaming her defeat on Bernie Sanders and James Comey and Russia and everyone but herself. What did you expect? Her book could never have been anything else. This is crystallized in one minor but telling detail: Occasionally, she refers to a “now” in which the reader reads, a “now” that’s explicitly identified as late 2017. What Happened is not meant to last; it’s not meant to be pored over for years to come. It exists in the provisional present of politics. It’s a campaign book, written after the fact.

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Update 6 pm today

After reading more of Hillary’s book, I now understand her. Hillary is a rich person who lives in a rich community and hob nobs with famous rich people. She is completely out of touch with the common people.

 

 

 

 

September 20, 2017

Look at that face!!!

Filed under: Trump — furtherglory @ 9:43 am

The face of Donald Trump

The first words spoken at the most recent convention to select the candidates for the presidential election were spoken by Donald Trump. The Donald was the first person to walk onto the stage at the convention. In his hateful remark, Trump was referring to Carly Fiorina, a Hewlett Packard executive, who had been chosen, by vote, to be the first speaker at the convention. As time goes on, the face of Donald Trump gets worse and worse.

Trump has already won the prize for the ugliest person in the world. How much worse can it get!

 

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