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Is Trump's strength so strong that Iran, North Korea and Russia are firing missiles, buzzing US ships and putting spy ships off our coast?

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  • Is Trump's strength so strong that Iran, North Korea and Russia are firing missiles, buzzing US ships and putting spy ships off our coast?


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Answer #1 | 17/02 2017 17:16
no
Positive: 86 %
Answer #2 | 17/02 2017 17:30
Well I guess desperation is an emotion -- sort of like hoping lots of cold showers might cure your cancer.
Positive: 80 %
Answer #3 | 17/02 2017 17:20
HORSESHYTTE --------- Trump was elected on the basis that Hillary Clinton literally handed him the election on a silver platter due to her own actions. Yes; there were other factors, but Hillary was the most predominant/fundamental one. Virtually any Democrat could have run against Donald Trump and we would not be having this conversation because the Democrats would be in the White House.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #4 | 17/02 2017 17:18
I feel both candidates got some votes for emotion, so I'll say true. Not all votes. When It came down to it, the majority of people didn't vote for Trump because of Clinton's emails, and the majority of people didn't vote for Clinton because Trump said the "P" word. I feel the majority of people voted for Trump or Clinton based on issues.
Positive: 28 %
Answer #5 | 17/02 2017 17:35
f
Positive: 10 %
Answer #6 | 17/02 2017 17:26
true. also true is that every US election for generations has been emotion based ... Obama for sure, Carter, Kennedy ... FDR in fact, being elected based on emotion is the Dimocrats stock in trade.
Positive: 10 %
Answer #7 | 17/02 2017 17:20
Like virtually all successful public figures (not just politicos) he used rhetoric to win the masses over. The 'herd' have always been apt for manipulation, as the ancients understood.
Positive: 10 %

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