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A Carnegie Mellon study confirmed that during this campaign Trump used the simplest language, while Sanders used the most complex. Here was one of the examples, "We weren't expected to win too much, and now we're winning, winning, winning the country. And soon the country's going to start winning, winning, winning." This isn't all bad because, as the article pointed out, the candidates want to be understood by all voters.

One word Trump uses a lot is "stupid." I think I tend to use it a lot, too. I am going to stop using it!
 
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Is it true that this will be the new USA national anthem if DT wins the next election?

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"No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money." Samuel Johnson.
 
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His name is T. Rump, not Trump. Why are so many perpetuating this error?

Sanders wasn't originally Sanders, having been Anglicized when his family immigrated from the Pail of Settlement, so named because they were all in the same bucket.
 
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While at the zoo, a man saw a lion trying to drag a little girl into its cage. The man immedately ran over and hit the lion in the face, causing it to drop the girl. Onlookers congRatulated the man and one person identified himself as a reporter for the local newspaper.

He asked the rescuer for his name and other info about himself.

"I'm a former Marine, interested in animal welfare, and I support Donald Trump."

The reporter promised to write a story on the event, and did. In the next edition was the story, with this headline:

TRUMP SUPPORTER PUNCHES AFRICAN IMMIGRANT AND TAKES HIS LUNCH
 
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Do you think that they'll nominate Trumpster?
Or maybe there'll be a great bumpster?
Let's hope and we'll pray
In business he'll stay.
Let's throw the old coot in the Dumpster!
 
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Originally posted by Kalleh:
Do you think that they'll nominate Trumpster?
Or maybe there'll be a great bumpster?
Let's hope and we'll pray
In business he'll stay.
Let's throw the old coot in the Dumpster!


At this stage in the process is there any legal way the party could NOT nominate him?

The idea that one day we could have president Donald Trump meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson fills me with the deepest feeling of dread imaginable.


"No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money." Samuel Johnson.
 
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When the Donald takes office, it will be a "huge" victory and he'll appoint many "excellent" people (who of course are all "good friends") and the changes will be "amazing."

He may even be more specific on his plans, but don't count on it.
 
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At this stage in the process is there any legal way the party could NOT nominate him?
Yes, it would be legal to NOT nominate him, but it would be the death of the Republican party, which they don't seem to want. They maybe should rethink that...
 
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