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China is Laughing at Trump’s ‘America First’ Ideas, as it Sweeps into Mexico

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Trump’s “patriotic” campaign vision is already hurting America and also boosting China. According to a number of American trade deals, before Trump, cheap goods pour into North America from Mexico. Not anymore. Now, China has filled the void in Mexico that Trump’s threats have left. Trump was elected president as a result of his bombastic threats. His voters lavishly embraced Trump’s promises that America will only buy American, if he is elected. I have written…

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A Review of an Analysis of Trump’s Biggest Lies of the Campaign

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Lies. This article concludes my series analyzing Trump’s biggest campaign lies. Keep in mind that these lies allowed him to convince his uneducated voters┬áto vote for him. The lies that Trump fed his supporters, convinced them that he was some sort of messiah. During the campaign, they lined up for days, in the pouring rain, just to attend his rallies. Like every great manipulator, Trump offered his supporters hope. Within just one month of him…

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Trump’s Nationalistic Future of America, the World and his Bank Account

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Donald Trump became president by exclusively touting a nationalistic agenda. America would no longer be Mr. Nice Guy on the world scene. He felt that those security treaties we signed with Japan and Germany after the Second World War, should no longer be valid. Why should we pay for their military? On Trump’s first day in office, he got us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), or as he called it, “the worst deal….EVER”. To…

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Judge Tells Immigrants if One Doesn’t Like Trump, Then Get Out

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A few months ago, there was a U.S citizenship ceremony in San Antonio. Usually, the ceremony is a symbol of beginnings. Everyone at that ceremony has worked so hard to be standing there. When that ceremony comes to an end, the life that they have dreamed of will begin. Citizenship is an honor that many people have died for. It is not just a piece of paper, it is a covenant between citizen and country.…

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Mexico Launches Massive Campaign To Fight Trump and Help Democrats

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Naturalization advocates have been working overtime, helping people become citizens in time to vote for the November election. In fact, the number of applications to become US citizens is at its highest in four years. Still, fear of a Trump presidency, with soldiers busting into homes and tearing apart families and sending some members to the other side of the border, instills such fright and hatred in Hispanics, the largest demographic in the country. In…

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