"Trump is working with influential conservative economists including Steve Moore
looking to grow the economy at 4%.
They are working on taxes, financial regulatory reform, entitlements, and monetary policy.
The subject is Growth not depression."
[Yet all the experts say his economic plans will send us into another recession.]
"It appears more likely that you have been conned by Hillary and the Clinton Machine.
Even lifelong Democrats ought to question the shady dealings of the Clintons with regards to their Foundation, missing emails, private Server in the basement, and her horrible tenure as Sec. of State among many other things."
[And you've fallen for the Art of the Deal, um, sorry I mean the Art of the Con by the master himself, Donald Trump. I'm sure you can still sign up for some of those $35,000 lessons. LOL ]
Too funny him talking trash while getting his head handed to him in a basket.
"How can anyone in their right mind vote for a candidate when an ongoing criminal investigation by the FBI is ongoing, last I heard the FBI investigates when there it suspicions of Federal crimes have been committed."
[Trump has as much suspected criminal behavior as anyone on the planet and has been know for some time to have mob connections. Don't expect to hold the moral high ground on this issue.]
Paul Singer, who runs the hedge fund Elliott Management and has been a big GOP donor in the past, told a crowd at the Aspen Ideas Festival that he wasn’t very impressed with Trump’s economic policy positions, according to CNBC.
“The most impactful of the economic policies that I recall him coming out for are these anti-trade policies. And I think if he actually stuck to those policies and gets elected president, it’s close to a guarantee of a global depression, widespread global depression,” he said.
This morning on ABC's “Good Morning America,” FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver predicted that Hillary Clinton will win the presidential election against Donald Trump.
Clinton has a 79 percent chance of winning, compared with Trump's 20 percent, according to FiveThirtyEight’s forecast.
Silver said "both candidates have a lot of room to grow," but the only recent candidate to blow a lead like the one Clinton holds was Massachusetts' then-Gov. Michael Dukakis in 1988.
"Trump has never been ahead of Clinton in the general election campaign," Silver said. "He did a great job of appealing to the 40 percent of the GOP he had to win the election, the primary — a lot different than winning 51 percent of 100 percent."
Silver called 49 states correctly in the 2008 presidential election and got all 50 in 2012.
From ABC News
[Nate Silver is the best in the business. ]
The truth was something else altogether.
As with Trump University, the Trump Institute promised falsely that its teachers would be handpicked by Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump did little, interviews show, besides appear in an infomercial – one that promised customers access to his vast accumulated knowledge. “I put all of my concepts that have worked so well for me, new and old, into our seminar,” he said in the 2005 video, adding, “I’m teaching what I’ve learned.”
Reality fell far short. In fact, the institute was run by a couple who had run afoul of regulators in dozens of states and been dogged by accusations of deceptive business practices and fraud for decades. Similar complaints soon emerged about the Trump Institute.
Yet there was an even more fundamental deceit to the business, unreported until now: Extensive portions of the materials that students received after forking over their seminar fees, supposedly containing Mr. Trump’s special wisdom, had been plagiarized from an obscure real estate manual published a decade earlier.
Yet while he owned 93 percent of Trump University, the Trump Institute was owned and operated by Irene and Mike Milin, a couple who had been marketing get-rich-quick courses since the 1980s.
I realize, of course, that there are many voters who trust Donald J. Trump’s word. I’m less clear on why.
"WW perhaps you ought to check-out this recent poll.
June 29, 2016 - Shock poll, Clinton-Trump Race Too Close To Call, Quinnipiac University
I nevertheless admire your insight on Intel, Micron and technology in general."
[I admire your ability to compartmentalize!!! LOL ]
[The latest Fox poll has Clinton up by 6. ]
Tiny elf-like hands
Big mouth. Really big, huge mouth. Monstrous. Always running.
Multiple personalities. All ugly and unlikable.
Anger resolution issues. Wakes up mad, goes to bed mad.
Moderate to severe mental health problems. Full-time employment for some shrink.
No education recap.
Lousy taste in music. Seventies.
Drinks inferior beer. It compliments his inferior life.
No sense of humor. Zip, nada, none.
Much better at receiving insults than giving them. The art of smack eludes him.
Non-working deadbeat drag on society.
Fascist political views.
No military service.
Wants his country back but it was never his country.
Thinks old white people have rights - everyone else not so much.
Working his way up to behavior that will get him permanently incarcerated.
Terrible writing skills.
Can't spell or figure out how to get his spell checker to work.
Bulldog ego backed up by puppy dog skills and abilities.
Never stops whining, moaning, groaning and complaining.
Intel has run almost exactly with the Nasdaq since the Brexit debacle kicked in. But of course that never discourages you from you FILTHY distortions. You gotta have some daily fiction to prop yourself up.
But, why are you still here? The war's over. You lost. Take your sour grapes and go home.
[True, with so much new Trump bad news coming out minute by minute, there is little reason to revisit his old bad news. The guy is a treasure trove of bad news. Like an artesian well of bad news that gushes up out of the ground 24/7. Like the gift that keeps on giving. ]
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump across the board in a new poll of battleground states.
According to Ballotpedia's battleground poll, Clinton leads Trump:
51% to 37% in Florida
45% to 41% in Iowa
50% to 33% in Michigan
48% to 38% in North Carolina
46% to 37% in Ohio
49% to 35% in Pennsylvania
45% to 38% in Virginia
Her leads held at nearly the same margins when Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson was included in the poll. And Clinton led Trump 48% to 37% when all states were factored together. With Johnson included, Clinton led Trump 44% to 34%, with Johnson at 13%.