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How do you view Donald Trump?

Favorably (American Male) 57 9.41%
 
Favorably (American Female) 4 0.66%
 
Favorably (Non-American Male) 70 11.55%
 
Favorably (Non-American Female) 1 0.17%
 
Unfavorably (American Male) 173 28.55%
 
Unfavorably (American Female) 4 0.66%
 
Unfavorably (Non-American Male) 288 47.52%
 
Unfavorably (Non-American Female) 9 1.49%
 
Total:606

From denmark. I see him as a very clever idiot. One who knows and exploit a specific target audience while gaining notoriety from every news outlet. Getting bad attention is better than no attention at all. Will it be enough to win? No. But I wonder if such a successful businessman wanna leave it all behind for a career in politics or if he already sees his down fall and has some ulterior motive instead.



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snyps said:
There is only one thing I like about him. I am a male libertarian american and far as I can tell Trump got to the top of the polls by speaking to the majority of low-thinking-level americans on their terms and not the modern traditional method of being hand groomed by the Big Banks.

The Bank owned media hates trump. The Banks hate trump. That's what I like about him. I totally do not want him in office. But then again I don't want any of the Democrat/republicans except Bernie or Paul.


Did you know the Presidential race used to be set up so the loser became Vice President. I hate this winner take all bullshit! Fuck the elections.. but at least Trump is an upset to the two winged bird of prey.

Damn, my exact opinion.  But it does not really matter as Trump brings out the worst in people.  His supporters are a bunch of lunatics.  Its really sad that Trump is not even the worst candidate when it comes to policies.  That would be Ben Carson or Ted Cruz. 





As a non-american male, I think he's an idiot, and if he really will try to do all the things he announced he will become a dangerous idiot.

 

I don't think he will win through, and that's a good thing.



Sharpryno said:
snyps said:
There is only one thing I like about him. I am a male libertarian american and far as I can tell Trump got to the top of the polls by speaking to the majority of low-thinking-level americans on their terms and not the modern traditional method of being hand groomed by the Big Banks.

The Bank owned media hates trump. The Banks hate trump. That's what I like about him. I totally do not want him in office. But then again I don't want any of the Democrat/republicans except Bernie or Paul.


Did you know the Presidential race used to be set up so the loser became Vice President. I hate this winner take all bullshit! Fuck the elections.. but at least Trump is an upset to the two winged bird of prey.

Damn, my exact opinion.  But it does not really matter as Trump brings out the worst in people.  His supporters are a bunch of lunatics.  Its really sad that Trump is not even the worst candidate when it comes to policies.  That would be Ben Carson or Ted Cruz. 



Sadly, with current state of American politics, I don't think the old P/VP setup is a feasible. We suffer from an extemely polarized, partisan environment, where obstructionism is sometimes regarded acceptably as the party's only goal. Just imagine Trump as Obama's VP, endorsed by a GOP-led senate.





As an Am Male...

He's a NUT Bag



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A brillinat mind that deseves to become the 58th president of the united states



I like him. He seems like an Americanized Nigel Farage.



Insidb said:

Whether you love or hate him, he has been the catalyst for some meaningful conversations.

 

So was Osama Bin Laden, Charles Manson, Timothy McVeigh and David Koresh.





in Canada he's viewed as a sideshow.



O-D-C said:
in Canada he's viewed as a sideshow.

 

Remind me to go to Canada the next time I get my eyes checked lol.