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Re: Trump in power

帖子迪斯马森 » 11/22/16 11:29

挺好,主流媒体早就这么干了

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Re: Trump in power

帖子跑锅 » 11/22/16 15:29

“I have great respect for the New York Times. I have tremendous respect,” says Trump. “I think I've been treated very rough."

Trump is speaking in measured, quiet tones. “I will say the Times is about the roughest of all,” he says of NYT’s coverage of his campaign.

Trump is at NYT, says he has been treated unfairly during campaign. Says he'd like to improve relationship,that it would make his job easier

“You could make the case the Washington Post was bad, but every once in awhile I actually got a good article,” Trump says.

Trump says he had added stops in Michigan in final days because their team had heard that Clinton was concerned about the state.

Trump on the experience of the campaign: "It's been 18 months of brutality in a true sense."

"I'd rather do the popular vote," Trump says. "I think we'd do as well or better." Says he was "never a fan of the electoral college."

Trump’s remarks about NYT’s “rough” coverage of him- “I’ve been treated very unfairly"- lasted about 4 min. Now onto reviewing the campaign.

"The African-American community liked me. They liked what I was saying," Trump says.

Dean Baquet asks if Trump feels like he did things to energize the alt-right movement. “I don’t think so, Dean,” Trump replies.

Trump: “I don’t want to energize the group, and I disavow the group. It’s not a group I want to energize, and if they are energized, I want to look into it and find out why.”
Mr. t+1: aka 慢半拍
想躲开你暴跌的区域//却错过你反弹的大局//我没有胆量乱飞//也没有信心进或退
想逃离你瀑布的陷阱//却陷入不敢入场困境//我没有决定捞底的勇气//也没有做空的心情
我总是干着急//涨跌任由你决定//我如今胆小到只敢股评//总马后炮一文不名
我成了一个鸡指//盈亏全不关自己//暴涨三十你从不曾犹豫//我却傻站着玩模拟

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Re: Trump in power

帖子跑锅 » 11/22/16 15:33

“I don’t want to hurt the Clintons, I really don’t. She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways."

Trump is pressed if he has definitively ruled out prosecuting Hillary Clinton. “It’s just not something that I feel very strongly about."

Trump on disappointing his supporters re Clinton: "I don't think they will be disappointed..." "I think I will explain it that we in many ways will save our country."

Tom Friedman asks if Trump will withdraw from climate change accords. Trump: “I’m looking at it very closely. I have an open mind to it."

Does Trump think human activity is linked to climate change? “I think there is some connectivity. Some, something. It depends on how much."

On climate change, Trump says he is also thinking about "how much it will cost our companies” & the effect on American competitiveness.

"My inclination would be for whatever power I have on the matter is to say let's go forward.This has been looked at for so long, ad nauseum" That last tweet was Trump making clear he doesn't favor prosecution. Added people could argue the Clinton Foundation has done "good work."

"I think it would be very very divisive for the country," Trump says about prosecuting the Clintons.

Trump on his businesses/conflict q's: "The law's totally on my side, the president can't have a conflict of interest." Conflicts of interest? Trump says: “If it were up to some people, I would never, ever see my daughter Ivanka again."

What about selling your company? “That’s a really hard thing to do, because I have real estate." "My company's so unimportant to me relative to what I'm doing." Trump.

Trump acknowledges the DC hotel he owns is "probably a more valuable asset than it was before." Says the brand is "hotter."
Mr. t+1: aka 慢半拍
想躲开你暴跌的区域//却错过你反弹的大局//我没有胆量乱飞//也没有信心进或退
想逃离你瀑布的陷阱//却陷入不敢入场困境//我没有决定捞底的勇气//也没有做空的心情
我总是干着急//涨跌任由你决定//我如今胆小到只敢股评//总马后炮一文不名
我成了一个鸡指//盈亏全不关自己//暴涨三十你从不曾犹豫//我却傻站着玩模拟

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Re: Trump in power

帖子跑锅 » 11/22/16 16:00

Trump starts to sound like a moderate Democrat. LMFAO.
Mr. t+1: aka 慢半拍
想躲开你暴跌的区域//却错过你反弹的大局//我没有胆量乱飞//也没有信心进或退
想逃离你瀑布的陷阱//却陷入不敢入场困境//我没有决定捞底的勇气//也没有做空的心情
我总是干着急//涨跌任由你决定//我如今胆小到只敢股评//总马后炮一文不名
我成了一个鸡指//盈亏全不关自己//暴涨三十你从不曾犹豫//我却傻站着玩模拟

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Re: Trump in power

帖子迪斯马森 » 11/22/16 16:06

That's the best for Chinese Americans.
跑锅 写了:Trump starts to sound like a moderate Democrat. LMFAO.

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Re: Trump in power

帖子跑锅 » 11/22/16 16:08

迪斯马森 写了:That's the best for Chinese Americans.
跑锅 写了:Trump starts to sound like a moderate Democrat. LMFAO.

Wasn't your pick extremists like Sanders or Duterte? Kids really should stay out when adults talk.
Mr. t+1: aka 慢半拍
想躲开你暴跌的区域//却错过你反弹的大局//我没有胆量乱飞//也没有信心进或退
想逃离你瀑布的陷阱//却陷入不敢入场困境//我没有决定捞底的勇气//也没有做空的心情
我总是干着急//涨跌任由你决定//我如今胆小到只敢股评//总马后炮一文不名
我成了一个鸡指//盈亏全不关自己//暴涨三十你从不曾犹豫//我却傻站着玩模拟

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Re: Trump in power

帖子迪斯马森 » 11/22/16 16:10

No, both Sanders and Duterte are less extreme than Hillary; Everyone is a moderate compared to her.


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迪斯马森 写了:That's the best for Chinese Americans.
跑锅 写了:Trump starts to sound like a moderate Democrat. LMFAO.

Wasn't your pick extremists like Sanders or Duterte? Kids really should stay out when adults talk.

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Re: Trump in power

帖子imagine » 11/22/16 19:44

Now you are starting to fall in love with him?
You should feel ashamed of yourself for not figuring it out earlier /lmao

跑锅 写了:Trump starts to sound like a moderate Democrat. LMFAO.
阿普:如果GGL回国了,what next?
Jrun:到郑州火车站二十分钟就给卖到山区去了
狗狗狸:My hometown India is ranked very high on the list of "most honest cities".

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Re: Trump in power

帖子跑锅 » 11/22/16 20:26

deleted. unworthy.
Mr. t+1: aka 慢半拍
想躲开你暴跌的区域//却错过你反弹的大局//我没有胆量乱飞//也没有信心进或退
想逃离你瀑布的陷阱//却陷入不敢入场困境//我没有决定捞底的勇气//也没有做空的心情
我总是干着急//涨跌任由你决定//我如今胆小到只敢股评//总马后炮一文不名
我成了一个鸡指//盈亏全不关自己//暴涨三十你从不曾犹豫//我却傻站着玩模拟

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Re: Trump in power

帖子跑锅 » 11/22/16 20:59

http://nyti.ms/2gjA9Rg

Donald Trump’s Demand for Love
Frank Bruni
NOV. 22, 2016

I had just shaken the president-elect’s normalsize hand and he was moving on to
the next person when he wheeled around, took a half step back, touched my arm and
looked me in the eye anew.

“I’m going to get you to write some good stuff about me,” Donald Trump said.

It’s entirely possible. I keep an open mind. But I’m decided on this much:
Winning the most powerful office in the world did nothing to diminish his epic ache
for adoration or outsize need to tell everyone how much he deserves it.
He sat down for more than an hour with about two dozen of us at The Times on
Tuesday afternoon, and what subject do you suppose he spent his first eight minutes
on? When the floor was his, to use as he pleased?

The incredibleness of his win two weeks ago.

“A great victory,” he said as he went back, unbidden, through all the Trumpaffirming
highlights: the size of his crowds; the screens and loudspeakers for the
overflow; the enthusiasm gap between his rallies and poor Hillary Clinton’s. It’s a
song I’ve heard so often I could sing it in my sleep.

He volunteered that until he came along, Republican presidential candidates
had been foiled in both Michigan and Pennsylvania for “38 years or something.” The
“something” apparently covered the actual figure, 28.

He said that he got close to 15 percent of African Americans’ votes, though exit
polls suggest it was just 8 percent, and he asserted that their modest turnout was in
fact a huge compliment to him, demonstrating that “they liked what I was saying”
and thus didn’t bother to show up for Clinton.

He mentioned the popular vote before any of us could — to let us know that he
would have won it if it had mattered and his strategy had been devised accordingly.
“The popular vote would have been a lot easier,” he said, making clear that his
Electoral College triumph was the truly remarkable one.

For Trump, bragging is like breathing: continuous, spontaneous. He wants
nothing more than for his audience to be impressed.

And when his audience is a group of people, like us, who haven’t clapped the
way he’d like?

He sands down his edges. Modulates his voice. Bends.

That was perhaps the most interesting part of the meeting, the one that makes
his presidency such a question mark. Will he tilt in whatever direction, and toward
whichever constituency, is the surest source of applause? Is our best hope for the
best Trump to be so fantastically adulatory when he’s reasonable that he’s motivated
to stay on that course, lest the adulation wane?

The Trump who visited The Times was purged of any zeal to investigate
Clinton’s emails or the Clinton Foundation, willing to hear out the scientists on
global warming, skeptical of waterboarding and unhesitant to disavow white
nationalists. He never mentioned the border wall.

He more or less told us to disregard all the huffing and puffing he’d done about
curtailing press freedoms, and he looked forward to another meeting — a year from
now — when we’d all reunite in a spirit of newfound amity to celebrate his
administration’s uncontroversial accomplishments. I could see the big group hug. I
could hear “Kumbaya.”

And though one of his splenetic tweets just seven hours before our meeting had
again branded The Times a “failing” news organization, he said to our faces that we
weren’t just a “great, great American jewel” but a “world jewel.”

There was a lesson here about his desire to be approved of and his hunger to be
loved. There was another about the shockingly unformed, pliable nature of the clay
that is our 70-year-old president-elect.

His reservations about waterboarding, he said, arose from a conversation he’d
just had with James Mattis, a retired Marine general under consideration for
secretary of defense. During that talk Mattis had bluntly questioned waterboarding’s
effectiveness — and so, now, did Trump.

It was as if he’d never really thought through the issue during that endless
campaign, and it suggested that the most influential voice in Trumplandia is the last
one he happened to listen to. That’s worrying, because some of the voices he has
thus far put closest to him — those of Steve Bannon, Mike Flynn, Jeff Sessions —
aren’t the most constructive, restrained, unifying ones.

And to my eyes and ears, Trump still has grandiose intentions in lieu of concrete
plans. Toward the end of our meeting, he went so far as to prophesy that he might be
able to accomplish what his predecessors couldn’t and broker a lasting peace
between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

That’d definitely do the trick. We’d all be writing nothing but very, very good
stuff about him then.

© 2016 The New York Times Company
Mr. t+1: aka 慢半拍
想躲开你暴跌的区域//却错过你反弹的大局//我没有胆量乱飞//也没有信心进或退
想逃离你瀑布的陷阱//却陷入不敢入场困境//我没有决定捞底的勇气//也没有做空的心情
我总是干着急//涨跌任由你决定//我如今胆小到只敢股评//总马后炮一文不名
我成了一个鸡指//盈亏全不关自己//暴涨三十你从不曾犹豫//我却傻站着玩模拟


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