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Does Trump Really Want To Be President Again?

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Posted By: PageTurner, 12/8/2022 1:30:40 PM

Team Trump has sometimes compared former President Donald Trump's current quest for a non-sequential second term to two-term President Grover Cleveland's similar three election bids. Cleveland remains our only elected president (1884) to have lost a reelection bid (1888) -- in a disputed vote -- only to be reelected four years later in 1892. Yet Trump seems determined instead to follow a different, and bullheaded, Teddy Roosevelt model. Roosevelt left the presidency in 1908, sat out four years, and then lost a reelection bid in 1912, split and alienated the Republican Party, and ensured the election of the progressive Woodrow Wilson.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: RedWhiteBlue 12/8/2022 1:42:29 PM (No. 1352105)
i want him to be president again!!!! Let his at least finish what he started and wanted for this country. God bless him and keep him safe...and his family!Your reply has been edited by Staff to remove excessive use of all caps, which represent shouting on the intenet. You do not need to shout here. Similar replies will be deleted in the future.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: earlybird 12/8/2022 1:49:59 PM (No. 1352114)
Hanson has been a staunch Trump supporter. A great part of this article is what amounts to a bullet point list of Trump’s extraordinary accomplishment. Hanson questions why Trump, with this fine record to run on, lets himself indulge in trivia that causes his own undermining. This article amounts to a memo to Trump from a friend.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: acesfull 12/8/2022 2:03:54 PM (No. 1352129)
As a huuuuge POTUS DJT supporter I must say I’m not impressed with his 2024 rollout. I hoped and expected that there would be a “New Trump” similar to the “New Nixon”. A pivot away from what the public had grown to dislike into a candidate who knew what rubbed his supporters and detractors the wrong way and readjusted. Just a bit of fine tuning and avoiding the name calling would go a long way. To be sure the man was cheated and hounded out of a second term. He has every right to be angry and feel betrayed but he’ll get nowhere if he doesn’t stop the nicknames and name calling. Our country’s future survival is at stake. He must laser focus on how he’ll fix the decimation of these past two years. He/we caught lightning in a bottle in ‘16 and 8 years later a different approach is needed.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Citoyen 12/8/2022 2:18:04 PM (No. 1352145)
Hanson’s article is short and to the point. President Trump should read it in the spirit it was written. Trump has wasted two years concentrating on the 2020 steal. That’s backward looking. Trump needs to be forward looking. I don’t know if he has enough time to show the voters that he can right this country. No more drama!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Geoman 12/8/2022 2:30:47 PM (No. 1352158)
Re: #2 - Not only do I agree completely, I certainly would have benefited from a few memos from well-meaning friends over the years. Maybe they were sent but I was too obtuse to recognize them.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: stablemoney 12/8/2022 4:58:19 PM (No. 1352239)
Trump has said he is running. I take that to mean he wants to be president. The Democrats, Rino's are all on board with their never ending never trump attacks. These are the same contemptible people that stole the 2020 election, and deserve no regard.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: mean Gene 12/8/2022 5:17:17 PM (No. 1352253)
So many are now saying that DeSantis is their guy. But wait, what is his position on China, trade, NATO, etc.? What is he promising to fat cat donors? I think VDH is right on as usual. But think, does the Florida Gov. really have fire in the belly? Does he have the skill set? Or does he represent a return to the GOPe with a few PR tweaks? I will vote for Trump.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Venturer 12/8/2022 5:19:05 PM (No. 1352257)
If Trump wins the primary I will vote for him, but he is splitting the party with his attacks on other republicans.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: YorkieMom 12/8/2022 6:40:08 PM (No. 1352319)
I agree with #2. Is it that hard for President Trump to ignore the good he did and still concentrate only on being cheated out of his second term? We shall see in the coming months.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 12/8/2022 7:14:14 PM (No. 1352331)
Asking Trump to grow up now is stupid! He can’t and he won’t! He will complain about his last election constantly for the next two years! He can’t help it! I’m done with him! We must look forward, not back! He is killing the conservative movement with his total lack of national leadership!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: mifla 12/9/2022 4:43:45 AM (No. 1352522)
Until the Republicans find a solution to ballot harvesting, it does not matter who runs against the Democrats.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: anniebc 12/9/2022 5:02:59 AM (No. 1352528)
Let's face it; our side is very stupid. We know a lot about a lot of things, and we're mostly right about law and morality. Execution is our problem. We've been asleep for so long, we can't get our joints moving. If you got the most votes in history but a low-life, senile fool stole those results and that election from you, would you just move on? If you answer yes to that question, you're lying. We all deserve some git-back for 2020. People are locked away with no one to save them because they tried to peaceably fight these demons. That senile old fool is now destroying our country as if he was truly elected, and we settle for there's nothing we can do. Don't take out your frustrations on Trump. This isn't all on him. It's on US! We don't know what to do. At least Trump is running his mouth and doing so publicly, putting his life and everything he's earned on the line. They are trying to completely destroy him! And, some of you are still worried about him saying mean things. We say we want a fighter, but when we get one, we tell him to stand down. Come onnnnnnn!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Rinktum 12/9/2022 7:31:57 AM (No. 1352587)
Everyone on here knows I am a Trump supporter but I am not stupid and I want to win. If Trump truly wants to win, he will take the advice of VDH. He has what it takes to win more than any politician I have ever known. However, the quirks that make him Trump are working against him and if he cannot see that, he will lose big time. It’s not a hard thing that we are asking. It’s up to him. I really believe in his policies but I have to agree, he has to stop the unforced errors. Turn over a new leaf and buckle down and fight the good fight without the shenanigans that are so off putting.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Adam 12/9/2022 8:06:10 AM (No. 1352619)
Good points VDH
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Reply 15 - Posted by: The Remnants 12/9/2022 8:08:56 AM (No. 1352623)
What difference does it make if we have the very best candidate for an office if the election process is so malformed that it is impossible to have an honest result. (I will say that it is really disheartening to believe that so many people in our country are perfectly fine with cheating in an election; we are becoming scarily third-world.) Anyone who really cares about this country knows that the present election process should be done away with and replaced with an ethical system, but it will never happen until we understand how warped are our priorities. We need Divine Intervention.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Jebediah 12/9/2022 8:16:32 AM (No. 1352631)
Could absolutely not agree more!!!!!!! And I was a two time Trump voter (as was the reasonable, honorable Hanson). I look at poster #1 and it echoes again Trump's comment that he could shoot someone dead on 5th Ave. and still not lose the votes of his non-wavering no matter what base, only that base is smaller every day, Not only can Trump not win again, as his consistent rants turn off Independents and actual Trump voters who agreed with him as President, but he seems intent on shattering the Party in the process. I always feared he would start his own Bull Moose Party, and see the seeds of it in all he is doing lately. The reasonable businessman who fought the swamp (and there is NO doubt they are out to get him still) will take us all down with him, and that seems ok to him. There was an old George M. Cohen play: "I'd Rather be Right Than President." What Trump does NOT see is that, because of his behavior, (plus the fact that he gave none of his own $ to his candidates---look it up!) he is NOT right. And does not care if we all go to H----!
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Reply 17 - Posted by: law428 12/9/2022 8:29:08 AM (No. 1352640)
Be careful here, look in the mirror, nobody is perfect except the Lord Jesus! No one who runs for any office will be without blemish. My vote is for DJT!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: janjan 12/9/2022 8:45:19 AM (No. 1352657)
So far Trump’s campaign rollout has read more like a tabloid than a national news story. There is a long way to go before the next election. I’m going to wait and observe. A lot will happen between now and then.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: bpl40 12/9/2022 9:02:44 AM (No. 1352680)
I agree with #18. Two years is a long time. If Trump has shown one thing - other than delivering the most effective four years in the last few generations - is that he is a fast learner. Let us hope he has drawn the right lessons from 20/22. One thing looks certain at this point. Without Trump, Republicans are a spent force. it will be a no contest against the 0bama/Soros/Zuckerberg juggernaut (who) will blast them out of the water.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: donnaclaire 12/9/2022 9:20:47 AM (No. 1352702)
Agree completely! Keep wondering how a man who made so many wise decisions during his presidency, and brought about extraordinary actions on every front, does not realize or care how destructive his ‘off-the-wall’ words and statements are. With all the successes he had and brought about, thousands and probably millions more would be his admiring voters. His out of control rhetoric is a slap in the face to all of us who supported and voted for him. He is - in a sense - destroying our hopes and dreams for another Trump victory.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Mulhaven 12/9/2022 9:23:10 AM (No. 1352705)
Trump doesn't want to be president. He never did. What he is striving to do is return a corrupt country back into a constitutional republic. And, by the way, it is disingenuous to claim he wants to change the constitution. He never suggested such a thing. That is simply a current narrative that is being indulged in right now. One positive effect of his saying that removing vast political corruption can be done within the bounds of the constitution is that the simpleton Democrats immediately jumped on the bandwagon in declaring that Biden might just suspend the constitution. Once again Trump is successful in baiting the hollow heads!. He was stating a fact, not an intention to ignore the constitution. The media is having some short-term, limited, success in denigrating Trump, but his coming successes in restoring the country will bring praise for his actions. Hanson's sensibilities may be offended by some of the tactics of the restoration war. Trump does everything with purpose, with objectives. He is effectively still the Commander in Chief. What he does, he does out of love of country. He is not a small person who is seeking self benefits. He is sacrificing himself for his country and his countrymen. The only other president in my lifetime that appeared to be on the side of the people was Reagan. The others, and especially Clinton and Obama, were totally self-absorbed. Those two made everything personal. Trump is being badly misjudged by armchair generals who lack awareness of the need to fight fire with fire. Trump is way ahead of the vast dishonourable army who seek absolute power. WWII would not have been won if Americans had kowtowed to effete sensibilities. Now is the time to fight back. Surrender is not an option. Should everyone just concede to stolen elections, money laundering, and other crimes and just move on??
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Solid_Oak 12/9/2022 10:10:26 AM (No. 1352760)
Trump emotionally turns off far too many voters for him or candidates associated with him to win a general election, and it can't be turned around at this point. The evidence from the mid-terms is clear (NH, PA, GA, AZ, NV, etc.). A high percentage of Independents and women went against Trump supported candidates. In addition, his support among Republicans is hemoraging. Making things even worse is the fact that Trump is the best "get out the vote" program the Dems have. The hate him and will crawl through glass to vote against Trump. He seems willing to go over the cliff and take the Republican Party and conservative movement with him. His stubborn ego is a big part of the problem, and that's not going to change. We are going to lose a lot more races we should win unless Trump leaves the political stage.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: MDConservative 12/9/2022 10:13:05 AM (No. 1352767)
The best plans go awry when confronted by reality. And for the PDT Dead Enders there is no Plan B. Like every President the Trump Administration was a mixed bag of success and failure. For every Peace in the Middle East is his "management" of COVIDS, including his vaccines, and the expenditure of $14 TRILLION in handouts and other crisis-related projects. (BIden takes the blame for our current inflation, while that mad spending is conveniently subtracted from the equation.) Toss in four years of drama, two impeachments, and two years of venting personal anger over an election that was most likely stolen in six Republican-led states...and many previous supporters are considering alternatives. Toss in his most recent imbroglios with YE and that other "white supremacist' knucklehead, his dissing of DeSantis, and apparent self-serving calls to suspend the laws and Constitution to declare him victor in '20 and reinstate his presidency...what's news? He may be proven right about all his charges...and no one cares. Those expecting some great public awakening soon are destined for disappointment. The UNIPARTY isn't letting him get off the floor. The Trump cultists need to think practically beyond blind loyalty to a man. Maybe he'll win the nomination. Maybe he won't. And what happens if he doesn't? Going to sit out and sulk? Teach this country a lesson? Four more (perhaps 40 more) years of Biden-Harris-Newsome in the White House. Remember the lesson of Ross Perot...and the continuing damage the criminal Arkie Clintons and their cabal did and do.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: uforabin 12/9/2022 10:18:42 AM (No. 1352773)
At this point, I am more worried about the deep divisions developing within the party. McConnell, Ryan, and other establishment Republicans will try to force their candidate down our throats. Conversely, we have Donald Trump. I am predisposed to oppose any candidate for President supported by the establishment in a general election.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 12/9/2022 10:57:43 AM (No. 1352830)
There's a lot of negative talking this morning by a usually upbeat group. Is it a measure of our times? And so it is with Victor. VDH has gotten a bit harsh lately too and I don't know why.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: bigfatslob 12/9/2022 11:53:36 AM (No. 1352900)
Trump losing supporters? Really? If someone is so weak and sensitive about his words you have a choice in 2024 vote for the democrat or don't vote for Trump, stay home. Trump is proven I'm all in and not going anywhere. If in the next two years ballot harvesting isn't outlawed Trump will never see the inside of the White House ever. Democrat selections will rule the day from then on.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Zigrid 12/9/2022 12:05:53 PM (No. 1352918)
I respect Victor David Hanson...but I think he's on the wrong track...the President Trump train is heading towards Washington DC...only President Trump knows his game plan...and for all the little wokies that read my have NO idea what's coming...all aboard!!
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 12/9/2022 12:10:36 PM (No. 1352923)
VDH, yes, he does. Trump holds the cards, remember?
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Golden Goose 12/9/2022 12:34:52 PM (No. 1352959)
In the midterms, nobody worked harder than Trump. And who had a better win-loss percentage for their endorsees? Some battles have to be fought most fiercely behind-the-scenes. And war frequently requires skilled code-talkers. I respect VDH, but his forest view is currently obscured by some very large trees. In due time, he’ll be pleasantly surprised to learn what President Trump has done for the American Republic and for freedom and prosperity around the globe.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: danu 12/9/2022 2:09:08 PM (No. 1353036)
Amazing the number of Doomers moving in here.... The forces of 'spectre' are trashing the US , global, and individual economies. If PDJT remains in God's hands--he will remain the one who can fix it--after which all other matters will fall into place. De Santis is a good and talented man who was able to clean up the hot mess that was his state [remember Flori-duh?]; thus, he was able to win there, without too much flak from the weffy villains w/ the diamond -studded cats. That definitely makes RDS an experienced self=protective politican . Men of God say all kinds of things, regardless of the provocative fall out. They must consider and consent to God's will and Divine Plan to take up a cross of global persecution, for the sake of all persons of Good Will. Even the Christ didn't want that. Nor did His Holy Mother, or His stepfather, St Joseph. They assented, nonetheless. We are seeing other Godly persons step up as well, here-and elsewhere- throughout these treacherous decades.
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Legendary TV journalist Barbara Walters has died at the age of 93. The intrepid interviewer, anchor and program host who blazed the way as the first woman to become a TV news superstar died peacefully at her New York home. 'She lived her life with no regrets. She was a trailblazer not only for female journalists, but for all women,' her publicist Cindi Berger said in a statement. Walters made headlines in 1976 as the first female network news anchor, with an unprecedented $1 million annual salary.  Her last on-air interview was with then presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2015,
Who dares to mock Dark Brandon now? Joe
Biden keeps rolling up the wins
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Posted by NorthernDog 12/30/2022 11:08:43 AM Post Reply
When the 2020 presidential campaign was lurching into gear three years ago, former Vice President Joe Biden had led in the polls for months. Still, everyone kind of assumed he was a placeholder, a former office-holder with high name recognition whose campaign would nevertheless go the way of his two previous presidential bids, meaning nowhere. He was dull as dishwater compared to many of the others vying for the nomination, and nobody had ever really considered him presidential timber. As the campaign took off, other candidates were winning in the early states even as Biden still led in national polls.
Is it coordinated? Time Magazine calls
exercise "White Supremacist"
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Posted by Dreadnought 12/30/2022 10:17:08 AM Post Reply
This is either a bizarre coincidence or evidence that a Narrative™ decree has gone out. (No, I don’t think there are actual decrees…mostly). Yesterday I wrote a piece about Scientific American’s rather odd republishing through tweet of an article originally published in 2020. In it, the author argued that the medical establishment and our society as a whole stigmatizes obesity because Black women are the most obese demographic in America. People can be “healthy at any size,” and focusing on obesity as a health problem is racist. Now one day later Time Magazine is promoting an article that argues that exercise has White supremacist roots.
Republicans on Trump Tax Returns: Democrats
‘May Regret It Sooner Than They Think’
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Posted by Dreadnought 12/30/2022 11:35:39 PM Post Reply
Republicans in the minority on the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee declared Friday that there had been “no legitimate legislative purpose” for the Democratic majority to release Donald Trump’s tax returns. It was the first time Congress had ever obtained and released the federal tax returns of a private individual. Democrats claimed that they needed the returns as they considered future tax legislation. But the former president argued in court — to no avail — that Democrats were overstepping the separation of powers. On Friday, the committee released six years of Trump’s returns, from 2015 through 2020. While they revealed little that was noteworthy, other than some debatable
Possibly the most important study on COVID
shots might explain why COVID never seems
to end
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Posted by GustoGrabber 12/30/2022 7:10:45 AM Post Reply
Tolerance is a good thing in most aspects of life. But when it comes to the immune system, artificially juicing up the body to create antibodies with long-term tolerance to a pathogen is a recipe for disaster. Amid thousands of papers on COVID and the vaccines, a new German paper published in Science Immunology should be the headline story this week. Although the subject matter is very dense, the implication of it is that the Pfizer shots (and possibly other mRNA spike protein shots) caused the immune system to misfire, thereby creating an endless feedback loop of viral immune escape, perpetuating the pandemic in the macro,
EV skid row! How LA's 'Electric Avenue'
has become overrun with homeless - and
drivers are too intimidated to charge
their $60,000 cars at sidewalk stations
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Posted by Imright 12/30/2022 1:30:58 AM Post Reply
A conservative commentator has warned electric vehicle drivers in Los Angeles that charging stations for their $60,000 cars are littered with homeless encampments. Alexandra Datig shared a video of her driving in downtown LA on Wednesday, with one of the local Blink EV charging stations surrounded by trash and tents. 'When you live in Los Angeles, it's better to have a charging station at home for that $60,000 EV,' Datig wrote on Twitter. 'The closer you get to downtown, the charging stations have homeless 'attendants' who live on the same sidewalk as the stations.'
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