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This could be Donald Trump's next job if he loses in November

Discussion in 'American Politics' started by mnorian, Oct 21, 2020.

  1. mnorian

    mnorian Oldbie--Eternal Optimist Staff Member Administrator CF Senior Ambassador Supporter

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    (CNN)With 13 days left before Election Day, President Donald Trump remains a decided underdog to win a second term in office.

    While Trump proved that anything is possible when he won the presidency four years ago, every sign this time -- polls, money, message -- indicates he is likely headed toward a defeat.
    Which then raises an interesting question: What will Trump do next?
    And by that, I don't mean will Trump concede defeat and hand over power to former Vice President Joe Biden gracefully. We know -- if you take Trump at his word -- he has no plans to do anything of the sort. He has already laid the groundwork to claim the election was "rigged" against him and to avoid ever actually admitting he lost.
    What I mean is, what will Trump's next career move be? And I think I know the answer.

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    This could be Donald Trump's next job if he loses in November - CNNPolitics
     
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  2. tturt

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    Trump's going to win again. The media as well as others were shocked last time. It's going to be even better this time.
     
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  3. Michael Collum

    Michael Collum Everything began with a voice, use yours Supporter

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  4. SimplyMe

    SimplyMe Senior Veteran

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    Defendant?
     
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  5. Kenny'sID

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    This mess about Trump trying to hold on to the presidency if he loses is ridiculous, and it always has been.

    What exactly did he say to bring that on, anything? Or was is just a bunch of leftwing spin that put that in the spotlight?
     
  6. hislegacy

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    Let’s take a journey down this hypothetical road.

    The man was the CEO of 350 separate corporations before running for President.

    He made his billions in land development and real estate.

    But the good folks at CNN think he got his money from a televisions show and products using his branding.

    let’s also say, for the very FIRST time in four and a half years they are right on Trump being leveraged at 400,000,000. On a NET worth of 2,500,000,000 dollars or a debt load of 16%.

    Let’s make it more understandable

    it is equivalent or a person making 25,000 a year and holding a total debt load of 4,000.00.

    CNN always delivers a good laugh. I’d venture to say when the day comes, he will go back to doing what he has been doing for the last 45 years. Making money in real estate.
     
  7. iluvatar5150

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    Making license plates?
     
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  8. MIDutch

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    Russian Oligarch?

    (no extradition treaty with the United States)
     
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  9. cow451

    cow451 The Most Interesting Poster in the Forum Supporter

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    Shoe shine boy for President Putin.
     
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  10. FireDragon76

    FireDragon76 this statement is not true Supporter

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    Roommate with Snowden.
     
  11. rambot

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    sorry.

    Has he ever said that he will respect the outcome of the election?

    Has he stated that he would commit to a peaceful transition of power?

    I'll admit I can't keep track of what he says since he lies and contradicts himself all the time. But the last I heard those two were his going outlook.
     
  12. Kenny'sID

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    Now that is just funny.

    He hasn't said a lot of things...means nothing
     
  13. Gene2memE

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    Well, there's been his multiple, repeated refusals to commit to a peaceful transition of power when directly asked about it. In 2019 and 2020. (EDIT: Oh, and I forget his refusal to commit to accepting the results of the election if he lost in 2016)

    His "jokes" about being "owed" a second or third term. His "jokes" about negotiating a third term. His "jokes" about being "entitled" to another term.

    His constant pooh poohing of the US democratic process, including labeling standard voting practices like early and mail in voting as "fraud", which will "steal" the election from him.

    You know, those sorts of things.
     
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  14. Kenny'sID

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    Show me where he refused to leave the presidency, please.
     
  15. The IbanezerScrooge

    The IbanezerScrooge I can't believe what I'm hearing...

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    Trump TV was in the works shortly before or right after he won in 2016. It was abandoned.
     
  16. jgarden

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    When the dust finally settles Trump, Gullianni and the inner circle should have their passports revoked pending the litany of legal cases that have been pending over the past 4 years!

    Some enterprising entrepreneurs should introduce the "All Things Trump Channel" - 24 hour coverage of all legal proceedings, late night satires, financial investigations, bankruptcy hearings, etc

    There could be regular guest appearances by former and currently unemployed FOXNEWS personalities along with other prominent members of the President's Administration to demonstrate belated acts of penance and contrition!
     
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  17. ralfyman

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    It depends on how much protection he gets from other politicians. The problem is that he has always maintained that he's a businessman, which means he will face difficulties in contrast to Obama, Bush, and others who engaged in similar or worse, such as warmongering.
     
  18. jgarden

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    Trump has assumed the unconstitutional position of judge and jury when it comes to deciding as to the legitimacy of the 2020 Election should he not be re-elected - he has repeatedly commented that the only conceivable reason for not winning would be that the electoral system was "rigged"against him!

    " Rigged" and mail-in ballots appear to interchangeable in "TrumpWorld," despite the fact that he, his family and most of his Administration's leadership residing in Washington will be resorting to the mails to send their ballots back to their respective jurisdictions!

    Despite Trump's reassurances to the contrary, Americans testing positive for COVID-19 are approaching record levels in many states, leaving mail-in ballots as the only safe alternative for most voters - especially those with pre-existing conditions!

    Given that this President has already signaled that he may refuse to accept the outcome of the 2020 Election based on mail-in ballots alone, it would then be totally out of character for Trump to leave the White House without extracting multiple concessions - or until such a time that he is willing to leave on his own terns!
     
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  19. dqhall

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    Obama took out Osama Bin Laden. Trump took out Baghdadi, head of ISIS. Is that warmongering? These terrorists were spreading false religion, death and destruction.
     
  20. A_Thinker

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    I love it that you're holding on to the end ...
     
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