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Saturday, February 16, 2019

IMAGE: U.S. President Donald Trump listens to a translation during a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 10, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

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5 responses to “The Biggest Loser: Trump Has Gotten Even Less Popular While In Office”

  1. Buford2k11 says:

    But he is over 70% favorable in Russia…does that count?

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    • And we shouldn’t discount(no pun intended) the possibility that those comrades didn’t assume identities on voter records to cast votes for Donald. If there’s voter fraud, it came from that hemisphere.

  2. Thoughtopsy says:


    It’s going to be an interesting experiment…
    With only the most ardent and willfully ignorant deplorables on your side, can you put enough voter suppression laws in place to still keep winning?

    Stay tuned.

  3. It’s not just Trump who has cultivated an aberrant and an emotionally disturbed personality leading to such unpopularity across the globe, but he is a victim of just being in the company of the machinations of an alarmingly toxic partisan political environment.
    And even worse–though Trump is totally unaware of the grave deleterious consequences—he has the weakness of moral fortitude to allow Steve Bannon to be his adviser.
    I’m sitting here looking at Steve on the cover of this week’s TIME magazine, and he reminds me of someone still struggling to get over a hang-over and trying to look rational. Just reading the article on him reminds me of a sinister and malevolent person in the early history of The Baha’i Faith, by the name of Siyyid Muhammad-i-Isfahani.
    Siyyid Muhammad-i-Isfahani was a master of deception and was very adept at manipulating a weak-minded egomaniac named Mirza Yahya, a mischief-maker and an individual hungry for power and recognition during the banishment of Baha’u’llah. Mirza Yahya was jealous of Baha’u’llah’s Station and the attention Baha’u’llah received from the Babi community and the respect shown Him by Persian officials—friend and foe alike.
    Siyyid-i-Isfahani recognized this weakness, and used Mirza Yahya to foment dissension and division among those who were attracted to Baha’u’llah and who were then being referred to as Baha’is. The two of them were only interested in power and ingratiating themselves with the Ottomans. In the end, Mirza Yahya and Siyyid Muhammad-i-Isfahani had to be told by Baha’u’llah to clear out, lest the two of them commit further harm to the nascent Baha’i Community. The two were eventually exiled to Cyprus by the Ottomans in acquiescence to Baha’u’llah’s wishes, even though the latter was a still a prisoner of the Empire.

    Steve Bannon it would seem is having the same sinister effect on Donald. Bannon has no political ideology and has his own agenda—White Nationalism. Steve and Trump are only content in fomenting dissent and confusion in America, in order to maintain and promote “White Privilege”, and for personal gain, respectively.

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