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UK and U.S. have strong and enduring bond, says trade minister Fox

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8 hours ago, yogi100 said:

 "YouGov U.K." Say no more.

 

How come none of my friends who like myself no longer have any faith in our MSM and leftist agencies like the BBC are never asked to take part in these polls.

 

We never even hear about these polls being organised. Polls told us that we'd elect to remain in the EU and that Hillary Clinton would be sworn in as POTUS. So much for polls especially when they are obviously selective when it comes to the participants.

 

One poll was conducted among the audience of the BBC Question Time audience and was claimed to represent general public opinion.

The polls you cited showed very close margins. Polls about Trump's popularity don't. Except they do show him as being popular amongst UKIP supporters. They do tend to believe that they are the majority.

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13 hours ago, yogi100 said:

I'm sorry to p!ss on your chips but I'm from the UK and many of us wish we had a leader like him who put his own people first.

Yogi two things Donald puts people who support him first others he attacks and I would advise you to be careful of what you wish for he is not all he says he is

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13 hours ago, Presto said:

His brilliant negotiation skills consist solely of one thing: bullying. Sorry, two things. Because when that doesn't work, he retreats with the tail between his legs, trying desperately to dress it up as a victory. Just look at how that went with NAFTA 2.0.

Wrong. He also pulls out of treaties and negotiations without attempting to deal with other parties. He takes his toys and goes home, hoping others will come beg him to return.

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41 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

The polls you cited showed very close margins. Polls about Trump's popularity don't. Except they do show him as being popular amongst UKIP supporters. They do tend to believe that they are the majority.

"They do tend to believe that they are the majority."

 

They were.

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Darroch advised British officials to flatter Trump. "For a man who has risen to the highest office on the planet, President Trump radiates insecurity." Seems that although heaping much criticism on the Ambassador they are choosing to follow his advice  with much bum kissing of Trump. Sickening !!!!!!

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14 hours ago, yogi100 said:

I'm sorry to p!ss on your chips but I'm from the UK and many of us wish we had a leader like him who put his own people first.

Take him then- your welcome to him

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13 minutes ago, Tug said:

Yogi two things Donald puts people who support him first others he attacks and I would advise you to be careful of what you wish for he is not all he says he is

 

But if you live in a country in which the indigenous people are treated like second class citizens then believe me Trump would be a breath of fresh air.

 

Cockneys is a term used to describe the working class people of London. If you should visit London ask yourself where are they all. 40 years ago there were around 7 million of 'em.

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13 hours ago, yogi100 said:

Trump puts the USA first and his doing so does not have to make it a matter open for negotiation.

 

He realises that he has to answer to the American public who voted for him not the Chinese nor the Iranian governments.

To be absolute clear it was the smaller minority who voted for him

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5 minutes ago, expatfromwyoming said:

To be absolute clear it was the smaller minority who voted for him

You just advised me to "Take him then- your welcome to him"

 

If your voting system is so flawed why did you not adjust it before your election. I assume the American people had every opportunity to. I could now illogically advise you that that is what you should have done before your election.

 

But now such futile advice would be just as ridiculous and impossible for you to follow as it is for me to "Take him then - your welcome to him".

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15 hours ago, yogi100 said:

I'm sorry to p!ss on your chips but I'm from the UK and many of us wish we had a leader like him who put his own people first.

Don't worry! You'll get Boris soon; these two can play in the same league of kindergarten 😉
Funny that these 2 countries have the word 'United' in their name 🤣

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14 hours ago, bristolboy said:

What forces has he sent into Iran?

 

14 hours ago, bristolboy said:

You said "bullied". He's using economic weapons that the rest of the world depends on to do it. And not just that. You think the US armed forces he sent aren't there for intimidation? Are you saying that using armed forces to intimidate isn't bullying?

Don't get me wrong..... I am NOT a Trump fan........ BUT ....... when a country like Iran enriches nuclear uranium and threatens to use it agains't the USA, Isreal and others......... YOU...... want to try to defend IRAN agains't 'Bullying'.........

If you can picture an mosquito attempting to bite the USA and we are trying hard to avoid killing the mosquito..... But we want to make sure the mosquito gets the message.... DON"T MESS WITH US....... OR ELSE..........

YOU can call that 'Bullying'....... I CALL IT being 'matter of factual'

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2 minutes ago, sawadeeken said:

 

Don't get me wrong..... I am NOT a Trump fan........ BUT ....... when a country like Iran enriches nuclear uranium and threatens to use it agains't the USA, Isreal and others......... YOU...... want to try to defend IRAN agains't 'Bullying'.........

If you can picture an mosquito attempting to bite the USA and we are trying hard to avoid killing the mosquito..... But we want to make sure the mosquito gets the message.... DON"T MESS WITH US....... OR ELSE..........

YOU can call that 'Bullying'....... I CALL IT being 'matter of factual'

When did Iran threaten anyone with Nukes ?

They've always stated that its for energy purposes and not bombs

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16 hours ago, yogi100 said:

I'm sorry to p!ss on your chips but I'm from the UK and many of us wish we had a leader like him who put his own people first.

Indeed .. " . “And when the British come for a free-trade agreement, there will be blood on the walls and it will be British blood. It will be GMOs breakfast, lunch and dinner.”

It’s really bilateral relationships on the basis of the balance of power and the defence of narrow American interest

 

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No question about it. And even a candid and honest ambassador who tells it like he sees it, and a terribly immature president, who feels the need to attack anyone, and everyone who criticizes him, due to his incredibly low self esteem, and lack of love for himself (masked by grandiosity and bragadacchio), cannot and will not drive a wedge in between this relationship. 

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