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    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_a...elligence.html

    Another excellent article.
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    Feel like there's some sense behind him essentially sucking Putin's ****. After all these years, may be good to start to improve the relationship with Russia. But then also Russia is definitely hacking the US, as we can assume the US is doing back, but I seriously doubt they affected the Election, just arsey liberals not accepting their fate.
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    Someone really doesn't like Trump...
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    (Original post by Harold98)
    Someone really doesn't like Trump...
    There's a word for that condition.

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    It's called sanity.

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    Wow really makes you think. /s

    Why do liberals think that creating and posting obvious hit pieces will change anyone's mind about Trump

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    Wow really makes you think. /s

    Why do liberals think that creating and posting obvious hit pieces will change anyone's mind about Trump

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    For the same reason right wingers think posting obvious hit pieces against Obama/Hilary will make people change their minds about them.
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    I don't think it's so much active collusion (I struggle to imagine Trump has such a sophisticated operation) as their interests aligning. Trump, as always, has built himself onto a pillar from which it's very difficult to climb down without losing credibility, so he just sticks to it
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    I am a bit annoyed that MI6 didn't get the same dirt on Trump as the FSB. Those people at MI6 must have been asleep on the job. Just think what Britain could do if we had the same dirt as the Russians, we could make him dance at Wembley wearing a tutu to "I'm too sexy".
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    (Original post by anarchism101)
    I don't think it's so much active collusion (I struggle to imagine Trump has such a sophisticated operation) as their interests aligning. Trump, as always, has built himself onto a pillar from which it's very difficult to climb down without losing credibility, so he just sticks to it
    There was a UK Chief of the Defence Staff who believed there was a UFO cover-up.

    What he never realised was that if there was a cover up, he would have been a part of it.

    Trump believes in secrets and conspiracies. He hasn't made the intellectual jump from "outsider" to being the ultimate insider.
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    Perhaps he doesn't want his intelligence agencies making Russia out to be *******s when he was genuinely wanting to do pro-russian foreign policy the whole time he was running purely due to the fact that he's a bit dense rather than them having anything on him?

    Wow that was easy
 
 
 
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