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    Will it harm us if we piss him off or continually berate him?
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    No

    He can **** off as can all those who vote for him

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    Yes, it will. Whether one likes to admit it or not, the U.S.'s influence is far too important.
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    Everyone should be nice to daddy Trump.
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    It's nice to be nice, I don't see why we should burn any political bridges because of what we may feel about someone.
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    As daddy would say: if you have nothing nice to say, forgo speech.
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    :lol: like the UK would ever want to be nice to that chronic-liar shillary cripton?
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    Yes of course. It's diplomacy. British and the US are great allies.
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    :lol: like the UK would ever want to be nice to that chronic-liar shillary cripton?
    at least she's stable and consistent

    Trump thinks there are all these magic solutions "JUST RENEGOTIATE TRADE DEALS" - he is an outsider - while this is good for anti-establishment rhetoric, he has no realistic clue whatsoever whether any of his dumb policies can be achieved.
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    (Original post by Eulers_)
    at least she's stable and consistent
    she's a consistent liar and she's stably corrupt. wow. how respectable! you must think so much of the intelligence of the UK's population/government
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    she's a consistent liar and she's stably corrupt. wow. how respectable! you must think so much of the intelligence of the UK's population/government
    not in that regard

    she's stable as in as a president, she would hold things together. She might not make the USA prosper, but we can all trust her to stand up for our common values

    with Trump, we can't expect anything

    in times like this, the world needs people who are consistent, and rolling the dice - just as with Brexit, is dumb
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    (Original post by Eulers_)
    not in that regard

    she's stable as in as a president, she would hold things together. She might not make the USA prosper, but we can all trust her to stand up for our common values

    with Trump, we can't expect anything

    in times like this, the world needs people who are consistent, and rolling the dice - just as with Brexit, is dumb
    you remind me of bashar al-assad's supporters - such a blind fetish for "stability" - no long term political aspiration for a better reality whatsoever.
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    you remind me of bashar al-assad's supporters - such a blind fetish for "stability" - no long term political aspiration for a better reality whatsoever.
    Mate, I want a better reality. But that better reality will not be found with a Trump trajectory.

    When it simply boils down to Trump vs Hillary, Hillary is the better option for now - regardless of how good either candidate would be on an absolute scale.
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    (Original post by Eulers_)
    Incomparable, Hillary Clinton isn't planning to barrel bomb her own people.
    ...hillary clinton voted for the iraq war and was basically in charge of the libyan intervention. so she surely bombed *a lot* of people. a lot of brown people in particular, I notice...
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    Donald Trump has said that UK will not be back of the queue after Brexit. Unilike President Obama who most of these Clinton supporters support.

    @SMEGGY, Insulting people?
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    (Original post by Naveed-7)
    Donald Trump has said that UK will not be back of the queue after Brexit. Unilike President Obama who most of these Clinton supporters support.

    @SMEGGY, Insulting people?
    Why would you support him when he hates people like you?
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    (Original post by Eulers_)
    When it simply boils down to Trump vs Hillary, Hillary is the better option for now - regardless of how good either candidate would be on an absolute scale.
    how even is hillary better when she's proven she's extremely corrupt, fickle, fake and murderous? why would she change her ways simply for becoming more powerful? in fact, surely this would potentiate her corruption? :|
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    Politically, the UK has to be polite to the future president. But unofficially anything goes. Either way, the elections will be a joke.
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    (Original post by biglad2k16)
    Why would you support him when he hates people like you?
    Donald Trump does not hate us.
    However, he has his reasons for his dislike/views on radical islam. There has been a few major incidents in America where radical muslims have been involved. Donald Trump does respect good muslims. He even wanted USA to not invade Iraq and Syria, etc. Those countries are worse off after the invasion. The muslim ban will only last for a short time until the radical violence/incidents have stopped. There are lots of muslims in USA anyway.

    Anyway, the point is that what is said in the paragraph above is NOTHING, compared to the damage Hillary Clinton will do to America as a whole. If she is elected, American workers will carry on struggling, wages will still be low, jobs will still be low, illegal immigration could still be high. She will activate TTIP which will give more power to dangerous EU bureacrats and cause economic struggles to Americans. It will also be a threat to UK as more power is given to EU.
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    Apparently, he wants to have the UK removed from the Visa Waiver Program.
 
 
 
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