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Topic - My fear when Mr. Trump takes the Oath of Office...
Posted: November 25 2016 at 6:51pm By Crabby
People will feel no different than when Obama scammed us by saying that he was going to be the most transparent president ever and then wasn't transparent at all.

As for the supposed low cost health insurance that I was to get under Obamacare, it has almost doubled in the past 3 years! Nancy Pelosi, the democrat house speaker, told everyone that they had to pass the law to find out what was in it.

Why should Donald Trump disentangle himself from his business holdings? He will eventually go back to being a private citizen again. Why should he give all of that up? He doesn't need an inside track in government to make more money than he already has. Using the government for their own purposes is more for people like the Clinton's and Obama who went into office with little and came out rich.

I noticed that you quoted the Washington Post above. We don't call that paper the Washington Compost for nothing. Take a hint from that. This rag is pretty left of center these days.

I have to wonder why someone from Australia should concern themselves with our election when they don't have any participation in it.