With all due respect why don't you focus on destroying the stock markets in Canada rather than those in the United States ?
If you like Trump, then you must love this market turn down. If Trump gets elected we will see the mother of all market turn downs.
You would no doubt call the people who supported Hitler in prewar Germany those who lean to the right .
Or his mob connections?
Donald Trump praised Saddam Hussein at a campaign rally on Tuesday, embracing the dictator who oppressed Iraq for more than 30 years, aggressively suppressed dissent in his country and was widely considered one of the leading enemies of the United States.
[Trump's heros include Putin and Saddam. If you vote for this guy you don't have the brains god give a rubber duck.]
Schwartz laid out the problems with Trump's tweet and called out Kushner for not doing anything in response to Trump's anti-Semitism:
You went to Harvard, and hold two graduate degrees. Please do not condescend to me and pretend you don't understand the imagery of a six-sided star when juxtaposed with money and accusations of financial dishonesty. I'm asking you, not as a "gotcha" journalist or as a liberal but as a human being: how do you allow this? Because, Mr. Kushner, you are allowing this. Your father-in-law's repeated accidental winks to the white supremacist community is perhaps a savvy political strategy if the neo-Nazis are considered a sizable voting block—I confess, I haven't done my research on that front. But when you stand silent and smiling in the background, his Jewish son-in-law, you're giving his most hateful supporters tacit approval.
From Mother Jones
And it is - for his floundering campaign. Now the email server issue is done, so is Trump.
Trump makes up his own version of reality - reminds me of Adolf Brownshirt Nuff101, the board's resident mental cripple who is a pathological liar in the same easy style as Trump. I'll never forget his story about taking liberals to dinner and them always ordering lobster and always making him pay. As if it really happened.
"Why would anyone including Putin want a political leader like Hillary who would advocate aggression against other nations?"
[What the sam hill are you talking about??? Exactly what aggression has she recommended?]
"Trump stands for PEACE through strength (building up the military)."
[Yeah, this is the guy who advocates aggression against both Mexico and China. His mouth is likely to get us in a nuclear war because he just doesn't know when to shut up. You are taking your ideas and making believe that Trump supports them. Get a grip. ]
There are scores of wealthy political activists spending their money on efforts to keep Donald Trump out of the White House, but one Alabama businessman is going global with his message. Stan Pate, a millionaire real estate developer from Tuscaloosa, is the man behind a pair of satirical full-page ads that ran last week in two nations with no electoral say in the outcome of the 2016 campaign: Mexico and Korea.
A series of filing anomalies point to a Donald Trump camp that is either unaware of campaign finance law, or is actively funneling donors' cash to insiders, according to several experts interviewed by CNBC.
These "red flags," as one expert deemed them, include a total lack of disclosure on which vendors staffers for the presumptive Republican nominee are paying, an "unusual" six-figure payout to campaign staff for nontaxable expenses and what appeared to be double reimbursements for some employees' expenses.
When asked about the apparently unusual filing practices, Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks said in an email that "the report speaks for itself."
But experts said that message was not entirely clear, and at the very least broke with long-established protocols — something that would be entirely keeping in character for one of the most surprising campaigns in the modern era.
"In my view, the situation is significant if (what) we are seeing is a pattern that reflects serious problems with the campaign," Larry Noble, general counsel of the Campaign Legal Center who also worked for 13 years as Federal Election Commission general counsel, told CNBC. "If the report is speaking for itself, it's not saying anything coherent."
"Paul Ryan is a 'Never Trump' fool."
[He is head and shoulders above Trump in character and integrity.]
"You do know Trump's daughter converted to Orthodox Judaism, and he has 3 Jewish grandchildren. Surely you don't believe he is an apologist for anything Anti-Semitic."
[Trump does whatever to make money. Would he get in bed with people he hates, despises or doesn't like just to make money? Absolutely. Trump would sell his mother into white slavery if it made him an extra buck. The question after so much information has come forth is why do you think anything different. You have the glazed over eyes and flat-line brain activity of a zealot. You've turned this into some sort of cultish religious quest. ]
"But in this NWO someone like Hillary Clinton can get away with being above the law. "
[I'm sorry, where did you say Trump's tax returns are? Oh, they are filed in the "above the law" section. ]
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has capitalized on the anger of working-class Americans, whose incomes, benefits and job prospects have fallen over the past three decades. But a new report from Hedge Clippers and Take on Wall Street, union-backed activist groups that target the finance industry, says that one of Trump’s most public backers, and one Trump regularly mentions, billionaire investor Carl Icahn has a history of treating workers poorly.
The supporting evidence: Icahn’s investments have resulted in the loss of more than 35,000 jobs in major U.S. industries as well as the elimination of pensions or health benefits for more than 126,000 American families, concludes the report, which Fortune has exclusively obtained. The report is scheduled to be released on Wednesday.
Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan has denounced a recent Donald Trump tweet featuring Hillary Clinton and a six-pointed star, calling the image “anti-Semitic.”
The image, which Trump tweeted on July 2, shows Hillary Clinton, along with the words “most corrupt candidate ever” emblazoned on a Star of David and a pile of $100 bills in the background. He posted the image with the words, “Crooked Hillary – – Makes History!”
In an interview with Wisconsin radio host Charlie Sykes on Tuesday, Ryan was asked about Trump’s use of the image. He replied, “anti-Semitic images—they’ve got no place in a presidential campaign. Candidates should know that. The tweet has been deleted and I don’t know how long he put this up there. Obviously they’ve got to fix that.”
Ryan also said that Trump needs to “clean this up.”
“One of the few times I spoke out against him during the primaries, very forcefully, was in this area, where he failed to disavow white supremacists,” Ryan said.