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Thanks for the link.
Of the 11 promises:
This group will continue to fight for Trump and he knows that.Read more from www.google.com
You need to watch this
60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl interviewed President Donald Trump ahead of the 2020 election.
It's both sides.
More than four in ten supporters of both President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, said they would not accept the result of the November election if their preferred candidate loses, Reuters/Ipsos poll found.Read more from U.S.
It's nothing new.
Bluster, bravado, bullshit, then flee.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
Thanks for the link. Of the 11 promises:
I wonder if there's anything that would cover the last 2 years? The information you linked to was all gathered in 2017. Also, keep in mind that Trump cannot by himself make changes. He does have to deal with Congress, and if they don't like what he wants, he doesn't get it. Pelosi and Schumer just love to bat down everything he sends their way. Truthfully, that probably happens in reverse too.
Well, it was your link.
I don't know how, but that is NOT the article I linked you to. Let's try it again.
PolitiFact is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others on its Truth-O-Meter.Read more from www.politifact.com
It doesn't change the fact, though, that most of what Trump's administration would like to do is blocked, either by the House or in the Senate, and from members of both parties.
It's the right link.
You then click on all the individual tax policy titles in the article to see if he kept his promise or not.
A Michigan judge sided with gun-rights advocates on Tuesday in allowing the open carrying of firearms at Election Day polling sites, blocking enforcement of an order by state authorities barring such displays of weapons to prevent voter intimidation.Read more from U.S.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's watchdog body said on Tuesday that officials at its Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency had not adequately planned for potential violence at polling places and vote counting stations.Read more from U.S.