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13 Reasons Why Donald Trump Will Make the Best President, Ever.
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13 Reasons Why Donald Trump
Will Make the Best President Ever

Think Donald Trump wouldn’t do well in office? Think again. Yes, he has a tendency to speak without thinking and he’s embarrassed himself on more than a couple of occasions. Plus, we all thought this was just a publicity stunt. However, what we may not realize is that Trump may bring some needed change to the country. Find out the top reasons why Trump would make the best president of all time.
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Trump gets it. He believes in American exceptionalism, he’s committed to education, an he demands high performance. After all, he has been know to fire anyone that doesn’t meet his high standards. Talk about efficiency.

12.

Trump is planning to build a great, great wall (yes–two “greats”) on our southern border between the U.S. and Mexico. The best part? He’s planning to have Mexico pay for that wall, and mark his words, “… I will immediately terminate President Obama’s illegal executive order on immigration.”

Plus, with less authentic delicious Mexican food here in the U.S., obesity rates will probably drop.

11.

No one will be tougher on ISIS than Donald Trump. Mostly because Islamic terrorism is eating up large portions of the Middle East and they’ve become rich. They even built a hotel making themselves a direct competitor of Trump Hotel.

10.

Trump has a confidence and a self-assured, powerful personality that is perfectly suited for politics. Unlike other politicians who tend to be swayed by lobbyists and special interests, Trump is his own special interest and is unlikely to give that power away to anyone but Trump.

9.

Trump is extremely rich, obviously, and his track record for financial success proves that he knows how to build a successful empire. With the U.S. trillions of dollars in debt, this is the sort of leader that might be able to turn it all around.

8.

Trump’s loyalty will only be to America and Americans—not any political party, special interest group or foreign entity. Like his slogan reads, “Make America great again!”

7.

He has emphasized beliefs in free enterprise and a strong military. He repeatedly highlights his acumen for success, his ability to get things done, and understanding of finances

6.

Trump is undeniably a great negotiator, and despite his outrageous public statements in the recent past, he knows how to navigate complex deals and convince a wide variety of industries, businesses, and investors to do what he wants and to work with him to achieve his goals.

5.

He loves all races–well, maybe not Mexicans as he referenced them as “criminals, drug dealers, rapists” but we digress; As a president who respects most races, he will hopefully alleviate the recent tensions between police officials and the African American community.

3.

Trump said it himself–he will single-handedly stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons. We aren’t entirely sure how, but he’s Trump; Anything is possible.

2.

With more time and focus in the White House, there would be less time to star in his own show, “The Apprentice”, hopefully bringing the ongoing series to a halt. It was good for a season or two, but now it’s just obnoxious.

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Why would Trump make the best president of all time?

Because he said so.

“I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created, I tell you that. I’ll bring back our jobs from China, from Japan, from Mexico and from so many places. I’ll bring back our money. … Sadly, the American dream is dead. But if I get elected president, I will bring it back bigger and better and stronger than ever before, and we will make America great again.“

Do you agree or disagree? Here are the links.
http://todaysinfo.net/13-reasons-why-donald-trump-will-make-the-best-president-ever/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izGwDsrQ1eQ
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It seems this is satirical, so am I supposed to agree with the statements, or agree because they are being satirical, and are just making fun of trump and trump supporters?
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With more time and focus in the White House, there would be less time to star in his own show, “The Apprentice”, hopefully bringing the ongoing series to a halt. It was good for a season or two, but now it’s just obnoxious.


But didn't NBC already announce they were dropping him out of The Apprentice and replacing him with "ex-governor" Schwarzenegger, way, way back after Trump's first "Mexican" bombshell caught us by, um.....unpopular surprise?

(But hey, you know how a show always jumps the shark after they replace the star, and it only has a season left..Just look at X-Files and Head of the Class.
Then again, Daily Show did pick up after they got rid of Craig Kilborn, but there's still that new guy filling in for Jon Stewart.)
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Where's #4?
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Where's #4?


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Hillary is gonna be president anyways
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i read all of that im improving
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For #5, while the statement was on the extreme side, the notion is based in fact. There is a large amount of crimes committed in the South Western US by illegal immigrants, many are just set free to commit more crimes.

I do agree something needs to be done about immigration. There was a story on the news recently stating if Maricopa County Sheriffs Office loses a lawsuit next week that Mexicans, illegal or not, that were detained by the MCSO will have to pay damages to the "victims" of a minimum of $1500 plus up to $1000 for every 20 minutes they were detained, there is no maximum value for damages and they have up to 12 months to file for restitution.

This is absolutely ridiculous and unjust, I'm mean hell I'll get a tan and get detained for a 12 hours for about a years salary.

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix/2016/05/27/plaintiffs-racial-profiling-case-judge-refer-sheriff-joe-arpaio-criminal-charges/85057244/
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No one will be tougher on ISIS than Donald Trump. Mostly because Islamic terrorism is eating up large portions of the Middle East and they’ve become rich. They even built a hotel making themselves a direct competitor of Trump Hotel.


Oh it's on now!


He loves all races–well, maybe not Mexicans as he referenced them as “criminals, drug dealers, rapists” but we digress; As a president who respects most races, he will hopefully alleviate the recent tensions between police officials and the African American community.

He hates the Illegal ones not the legal ones. I do too since you have to pay off drug lords or become an indentured servant to them for them to transport you to the US and if you don't go through them they blackmail you or kill you. Either way it encourages crime.
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He hates the Illegal ones not the legal ones. I do too since you have to pay off drug lords or become an indentured servant to them for them to transport you to the US and if you don't go through them they blackmail you or kill you. Either way it encourages crime.


So in regards to the argument "Undocumented immigrants commit more violent crime than the native population", do you have evidence that supports that? Virtually everything I can find either says that undocumented immigrants are less likely than native populations to commit violent crimes or as a Center for Immigration Studies (Conservative, Anti-Immigration Research Organization) researcher said:

"There's no evidence that immigrants are either more or less likely to commit crimes than anyone else in the population"
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Rujikin wrote:
He hates the Illegal ones not the legal ones. I do too since you have to pay off drug lords or become an indentured servant to them for them to transport you to the US and if you don't go through them they blackmail you or kill you. Either way it encourages crime.


So in regards to the argument "Undocumented immigrants commit more violent crime than the native population", do you have evidence that supports that? Virtually everything I can find either says that undocumented immigrants are less likely than native populations to commit violent crimes or as a Center for Immigration Studies (Conservative, Anti-Immigration Research Organization) researcher said:

"There's no evidence that immigrants are either more or less likely to commit crimes than anyone else in the population"


News article here, but its going to be hard to find the data because they don't seem to want to put it in numbers anywhere.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/09/16/crime-wave-elusive-data-shows-frightening-toll-illegal-immigrant-criminals.html
http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2015/07/illegal_aliens_murder_at_a_much_higher_rate_than_us_citizens_do.html


I'd rather find actual physical data numbers to show one way or another, but those are the articles I found.
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Rujikin wrote:
He hates the Illegal ones not the legal ones. I do too since you have to pay off drug lords or become an indentured servant to them for them to transport you to the US and if you don't go through them they blackmail you or kill you. Either way it encourages crime.


So in regards to the argument "Undocumented immigrants commit more violent crime than the native population", do you have evidence that supports that? Virtually everything I can find either says that undocumented immigrants are less likely than native populations to commit violent crimes or as a Center for Immigration Studies (Conservative, Anti-Immigration Research Organization) researcher said:

"There's no evidence that immigrants are either more or less likely to commit crimes than anyone else in the population"


"There's no evidence that immigrants are either more or less likely to commit crimes than anyone else in the population"
What about Illegal Immigrants?

Note that Illegal immigrants make up an estimated 3.5% of the us population.

Of the more than 2,200 people who received federal sentences for drug possession in fiscal year 2014, almost three-quarters of them were illegal immigrants, according to new data from the United States Sentencing Commission.

In 2013, illegal immigrants were responsible for 38.6 percent of all federal sentencing, and that dropped to 36.7 percent in 2014.

But the sentencing of illegal immigrants for drug possession jumped significantly. In 2013, 1,123 illegal immigrants were sentenced on convictions of simple possession, and made up 55.8 percent of those cases.

In 2014, 1,681 illegal aliens were sentenced, and they made up 74.1 percent of the total. Illegal immigrants were also 16.9 percent of all federal drug trafficking sentences.

Illegal immigrants were 20 percent of the kidnapping/hostage taking sentences in 2014, 12 percent of the murder sentences, and 19.4 percent of national-defense related sentences.

As expected, illegal immigrants made up vast majority of sentences for immigration-related crimes — 91.6 percent.

Overall, 27,505 illegal immigrants were sentenced in federal court in 2014, down from 30,144 the prior year.





For shame. Bunching up illegal immigrants with Legal Immigrants in terms of statistics.
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He also announced that he would stop the drought in California. He is short of a few millibars on that.
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He also announced that he would stop the drought in California. He is short of a few millibars on that.


I'll build a new river from the Mississippi all the way to California and I'll make California pay for it!
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sundin13 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:
He hates the Illegal ones not the legal ones. I do too since you have to pay off drug lords or become an indentured servant to them for them to transport you to the US and if you don't go through them they blackmail you or kill you. Either way it encourages crime.


So in regards to the argument "Undocumented immigrants commit more violent crime than the native population", do you have evidence that supports that? Virtually everything I can find either says that undocumented immigrants are less likely than native populations to commit violent crimes or as a Center for Immigration Studies (Conservative, Anti-Immigration Research Organization) researcher said:

"There's no evidence that immigrants are either more or less likely to commit crimes than anyone else in the population"


"There's no evidence that immigrants are either more or less likely to commit crimes than anyone else in the population"
What about Illegal Immigrants?

Also that seems to be focused on violent crime not other types of crime:

Of the more than 2,200 people who received federal sentences for drug possession in fiscal year 2014, almost three-quarters of them were illegal immigrants, according to new data from the United States Sentencing Commission.

In 2013, illegal immigrants were responsible for 38.6 percent of all federal sentencing, and that dropped to 36.7 percent in 2014.

But the sentencing of illegal immigrants for drug possession jumped significantly. In 2013, 1,123 illegal immigrants were sentenced on convictions of simple possession, and made up 55.8 percent of those cases.

In 2014, 1,681 illegal aliens were sentenced, and they made up 74.1 percent of the total. Illegal immigrants were also 16.9 percent of all federal drug trafficking sentences.

Illegal immigrants were 20 percent of the kidnapping/hostage taking sentences in 2014, 12 percent of the murder sentences, and 19.4 percent of national-defense related sentences.

As expected, illegal immigrants made up vast majority of sentences for immigration-related crimes — 91.6 percent.

Overall, 27,505 illegal immigrants were sentenced in federal court in 2014, down from 30,144 the prior year.


Could I ask for a link to the source before I actually get into this? I want to actually make sure I'm arguing the right thing.
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