Trump is in the Dump

Trump can’t seem to help himself lately. First the Bump-Stock Ban and the Border Wall will never happen.

First he said that Mexico will pay for the wall. That ain’t happening. Not only is it not happening, Trump himself is now saying that there doesn’t need to be a wall along the entire southern border. Trump has failed miserably on this very important issue. He broke his PROMISE.

President Trump has sold out the entire 2A community, so bad that he probably secured himself a spot on the NRA board when his term is over. Trump sold out the very people he PROMISED to protect. Trump’s hands keep on getting stickier and stickier.

No wall and more gun control. Is he in the middle of a stroke?

President Trump needs to “right” this ship if he plans to run again.

I don’t know if I can support him anymore….only time and action will tell.

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34 thoughts on “Trump is in the Dump

  1. At least you can see the forest o’er the trees. So many who trusted him and voted for him will be sorely disappointed. And I don’t say that with anti-Trump smugness at all. People trusted what he said, for their own reasons, and the guy has failed.

    1. You stated — “and the guy has failed”

      My response — I guess failure is perspective.

      He has more money now
      More power
      More connections

      If he fails anymore he will own Mars.

  2. You asked — “No wall and more gun control. Is he in the middle of a stroke?”

    My response — No he is not. He is doing whatever it takes to make more money, what else would be expected from a Billionaire? Guns and wall issues are not a high priority on his plate.

    Unless it’s the wall at his gated summer house. That wall is built and there are plenty of guns protecting it.

            1. bottomlesscoffee007

              Gotcha Lander. I wasn’t trying to write you off, more or less what you were saying is true in practically all of politics and business.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Very, very true Goldie. Then again, negotiations at who’s cost? They don’t budge yet while we are pushed aside.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Yeah, they want cops to wear body cams, but people who we pay upwards of $170k a year, we aren’t supposed to know what they are doing?!?!?!?!

      1. Okay, banning the bump stock is one thing Trump’s done that I don’t understand. Though, now that the Democrats have the majority in the House of Reps, no wonder why the Wall isn’t moving forward.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      I disagree JM. If the republicans had done their job along with Trump, this wouldn’t be happening right now.

      1. I must admit that blaming a president for what congress refuses to pass is kinda amusing (no offence). I remember some reports of planning etc for the wall officially beginning. However, I’m an Aussie, so I’m not the most up-to-date/expert on whether or not he was being slack.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          That’s the thing JM, a lazy person would blame congress, it was trump’s platform, it was what he ran on. If the republicans can’t do their job and he can’t do what he promised, then they need to be replaced

          1. It reminds me of my former Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, who got elected in part by promising to repeal the carbon tax. Well, when his conservative Liberal/National coalition was elected by a landslide in September 2013, he had to wait 9 months for the new Senate to take effect (the new Senate always takes office in July). And until then, the Labor and Greens (the two biggest Left parties) blocked the carbon tax repeals. Abbott was delayed in fulfilling his promise because of a disruptive Parliament (or rather, disruptive Senate). (Matter of fact, Abbott considered calling an early double dissolution election, as the new Senate resulting from that would take effect immediately, allowing Abbott to repeal the carbon tax sooner; but in the end, he simply decided to wait.) And when the new Senate finally took effect, one of the new parties decided to disrupt the carbon tax repeal (although eventually it passed).
            So, sometimes, congress/parliament is to blame (if they’re disruptive – which the current US House is).

            1. bottomlesscoffee007

              Exactly JM, gridlock is actually a positive thing, it maintains balance. When balance is not preferable by the left or the right.

          2. Just remember that the wall funding needs 60 Senate votes. And the Republicans controlled only 51 (although now it’s about 53). And the Dems refuse to budge. Trump can’t be blamed for that.

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