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Donald Trump bashes judge with Mexican heritage

Donald Trump bashes judge with Mexican heritage

(5:30) Judge Gonzalo Curiel, an American federal judge with Mexican heritage, ordered the release of internal documents in an ongoing case against Trump University. Interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, June 2016. Story on The Washington Post

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Guest: (742 days ago)

This man is insane.

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This man is insane.

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Guest: thundercat (742 days ago)

Trump has over 169 federal lawsuits pending against him right now.

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Trump has over 169 federal lawsuits pending against him right now.

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Guest: (742 days ago)

so what is your point? I don't give a shit how many people are suing a presidential candidate, Trump or otherwise. I decide whether they get my vote based on the issues that matter to me. Explained in terms that you may understand: I decide whether I like a song regardless of whether the singer does drug. Get it?

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so what is your point? I don't give a shit how many people are suing a presidential candidate, Trump or otherwise. I decide whether they get my vote based on the issues that matter to me. Explained in terms that you may understand: I decide whether I like a song regardless of whether the singer does drug. Get it?

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Guest: Thundercat (741 days ago)

Well he certainly isn't a Lincoln now is he?

I sure wouldn't want a dishonest president for my country.

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Well he certainly isn't a Lincoln now is he?

I sure wouldn't want a dishonest president for my country.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (742 days ago)

Does it not matter to you that a president acts legally?

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Does it not matter to you that a president acts legally?

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Guest: (741 days ago)

Enlighten me: what is the connection between being sued by a bunch of people and "acts legally"? Sued = acted illegally? What are you, the Soviets?

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Enlighten me: what is the connection between being sued by a bunch of people and "acts legally"? Sued = acted illegally? What are you, the Soviets?

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (741 days ago)

If you are hiring someone where it is important that they act legally, would you choose someone who has 169 ongoing lawsuits? You'd be a fool if you did.

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If you are hiring someone where it is important that they act legally, would you choose someone who has 169 ongoing lawsuits? You'd be a fool if you did.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

McDonalds was sued for serving hot coffee. Was that illegal?

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McDonalds was sued for serving hot coffee. Was that illegal?

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Guest: Thundercat (741 days ago)

Ronald Mcdonald is not running for president.

He would probably be more honest than trump, thats for sure.

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Ronald Mcdonald is not running for president.

He would probably be more honest than trump, thats for sure.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

Ah, but which is the greater, more painted clown?

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Ah, but which is the greater, more painted clown?

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Guest: (741 days ago)

Yes, given the excessive temperature and the corporation's knowledge that there product was responsible for many people being burned. That's why a jury found in favor of the grievously injured plaintiff, after a full and fair trial. Did you know she was never compensated for her medical bills and multiple surgeries from injuries from her nylon dress having melted into the flesh of her crotch?

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Yes, given the excessive temperature and the corporation's knowledge that there product was responsible for many people being burned. That's why a jury found in favor of the grievously injured plaintiff, after a full and fair trial. Did you know she was never compensated for her medical bills and multiple surgeries from injuries from her nylon dress having melted into the flesh of her crotch?

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Guest: (740 days ago)

You say yes meaning it was illegal. Can you give me the statute that was violated (the law that was broken)? Suits are not criminal offenses but are civil ones. Breaking laws is criminal.

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You say yes meaning it was illegal. Can you give me the statute that was violated (the law that was broken)? Suits are not criminal offenses but are civil ones. Breaking laws is criminal.

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Guest: painful-truth (741 days ago)

For me it's "Bernie or bust". Four more years of the same old with Clinton, NO thanks. Trump will awaken the middle class in 'accelerating the contradictions' by lowering the minimum wage and giving tax breaks to the 1%. Apparently things have to get worse before they get better.

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For me it's "Bernie or bust". Four more years of the same old with Clinton, NO thanks. Trump will awaken the middle class in 'accelerating the contradictions' by lowering the minimum wage and giving tax breaks to the 1%. Apparently things have to get worse before they get better.

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Mesmerelda Mesmerelda (741 days ago)

I agree. The Clinton family have had their fair share of presidents.

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I agree. The Clinton family have had their fair share of presidents.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

Amen. I'm no fan of political dynasties in the United States.

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Amen. I'm no fan of political dynasties in the United States.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

What thundercat and WalterEgo don't have is the basic critical thinking skills. Being sued is not the same as acted illegally. Being sued certainly doesn't mean he is dishonest. You can reasonably decide not to vote for Trump because he is sued by so many people. But you cannot call him dishonest and illegal because he was sued. Making this kind of irrational inference makes you two mindless drones, who are just as bad as some of the Trump supporters, who bought into Trumps outlandish claims.

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What thundercat and WalterEgo don't have is the basic critical thinking skills. Being sued is not the same as acted illegally. Being sued certainly doesn't mean he is dishonest. You can reasonably decide not to vote for Trump because he is sued by so many people. But you cannot call him dishonest and illegal because he was sued. Making this kind of irrational inference makes you two mindless drones, who are just as bad as some of the Trump supporters, who bought into Trumps outlandish claims.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (741 days ago)

I didn't say Trump was acting illegally, that's for the lawsuits to decide. I simply asked - would you vote for someone with 169 ongoing lawsuits?

What do you think it says about Donald Trump that he has 169 ongoing lawsuits, and has been involved in over 3,500 lawsuits? Trust and honesty are not the first words that come to mind. Would you vote for someone who is not trustworthy or honest?

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I didn't say Trump was acting illegally, that's for the lawsuits to decide. I simply asked - would you vote for someone with 169 ongoing lawsuits?

What do you think it says about Donald Trump that he has 169 ongoing lawsuits, and has been involved in over 3,500 lawsuits? Trust and honesty are not the first words that come to mind. Would you vote for someone who is not trustworthy or honest?

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Guest: (741 days ago)

Typical Walterism. Earlier he was saying "Does it not matter to you that a president acts legally " and "If you are hiring someone where it is important that they act legally , would you choose someone who has 169 ongoing lawsuits?". He is clearly linking running lawsuits with acting illegally. You called him out, so he has to tweak again and moves from the term ' legally ' to 'not trustworthy or honest ' and he's hoping you didn't notice. He's dedicated to his conclusion so will change the premises accordingly. Sigh.

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Typical Walterism. Earlier he was saying "Does it not matter to you that a president acts legally " and "If you are hiring someone where it is important that they act legally , would you choose someone who has 169 ongoing lawsuits?". He is clearly linking running lawsuits with acting illegally. You called him out, so he has to tweak again and moves from the term ' legally ' to 'not trustworthy or honest ' and he's hoping you didn't notice. He's dedicated to his conclusion so will change the premises accordingly. Sigh.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (741 days ago)

Clearly there's a common sense link between 169 ongoing lawsuits and illegal activity. What are the chances of Trump being "not guilty" in ALL 169 lawsuits? Pretty damn slim if you ask me.

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Clearly there's a common sense link between 169 ongoing lawsuits and illegal activity. What are the chances of Trump being "not guilty" in ALL 169 lawsuits? Pretty damn slim if you ask me.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

Do you think anyone might have ulterior motives for filing a lawsuit against someone in Trump's position? Do you think lawsuits are only ever filed against people who have genuinely acted dishonestly or illegally?

Trump would make a terrible president, obviously, but assuming lawsuits correlate with dishonesty is foolish. There is a case where a gambler filed a lawsuit against Trump's casino for losing money, and another where a punter tripped and injured themselves.

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Do you think anyone might have ulterior motives for filing a lawsuit against someone in Trump's position? Do you think lawsuits are only ever filed against people who have genuinely acted dishonestly or illegally?

Trump would make a terrible president, obviously, but assuming lawsuits correlate with dishonesty is foolish. There is a case where a gambler filed a lawsuit against Trump's casino for losing money, and another where a punter tripped and injured themselves.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

I can think of an ulterior motive: that the confidence artist swindled them.

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I can think of an ulterior motive: that the confidence artist swindled them.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (740 days ago)

I'm sure you're right, that some of the lawsuits are filed with ulterior motives. But all 169? What about the other 3,500 lawsuits he has been involved in? Would you buy a used car from a salesman with 169 ongoing lawsuits?

When choosing a president, it's not just policies that count, it's also character. Trump has no respect for the law. He will look for any loophole or technicality that he can exploit for personal gain. That is a terrible trait for a president. Laws are not there to be exploited - that's what corporations do. Laws are there to prevent exploitation and so should be respected.

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I'm sure you're right, that some of the lawsuits are filed with ulterior motives. But all 169? What about the other 3,500 lawsuits he has been involved in? Would you buy a used car from a salesman with 169 ongoing lawsuits?

When choosing a president, it's not just policies that count, it's also character. Trump has no respect for the law. He will look for any loophole or technicality that he can exploit for personal gain. That is a terrible trait for a president. Laws are not there to be exploited - that's what corporations do. Laws are there to prevent exploitation and so should be respected.

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Guest: (740 days ago)

I wouldn't buy a car from a salesman with that many lawsuits, because there would be fewer ulterior motives in filing a lawsuit against someone in that position.

Would I disapprove of a president because of the number of lawsuits they're involved in? Apparently not, because even a president like Obama who I consider to be very successful has been involved in so many.

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I wouldn't buy a car from a salesman with that many lawsuits, because there would be fewer ulterior motives in filing a lawsuit against someone in that position.

Would I disapprove of a president because of the number of lawsuits they're involved in? Apparently not, because even a president like Obama who I consider to be very successful has been involved in so many.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (739 days ago)
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I sort of agree with you - lawsuits against a sitting president is very different from lawsuits against a used car salesman.

Donald Trump is much more a used car salesman than a president. He's a real estate salesman.

There's a lot wrong with politics, but estate agent Donald Trump is not the answer.

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I sort of agree with you - lawsuits against a sitting president is very different from lawsuits against a used car salesman.

Donald Trump is much more a used car salesman than a president. He's a real estate salesman.

There's a lot wrong with politics, but estate agent Donald Trump is not the answer.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

Thanks. I am not interested at all in what Walter has to say. We've all seen too many of his duplicates in both sides of the politcal spectrum, or in life generally. He'll probably get high if people respond to him and try to reason. He'll keep twisting and shifting positions just to keep the attention on him.

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Thanks. I am not interested at all in what Walter has to say. We've all seen too many of his duplicates in both sides of the politcal spectrum, or in life generally. He'll probably get high if people respond to him and try to reason. He'll keep twisting and shifting positions just to keep the attention on him.

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Guest: (741 days ago)

FOIA Lawsuits filed against Obama by year:

2009 - 300
2010 - 295
2011 - 387
2012 - 338
2013 - 370
2014 - 421
2015 - 498

And let’s not forget the $178 billion lawsuit against Obama for illegally claiming the power to reimburse health insurers for covering the cost of co-payments of low income people.

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FOIA Lawsuits filed against Obama by year:

2009 - 300
2010 - 295
2011 - 387
2012 - 338
2013 - 370
2014 - 421
2015 - 498

And let’s not forget the $178 billion lawsuit against Obama for illegally claiming the power to reimburse health insurers for covering the cost of co-payments of low income people.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (741 days ago)

Very interesting, but the topic is Trump. Can you, hand on heart, honestly say you believe Trump is trustworthy and honest?

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Very interesting, but the topic is Trump. Can you, hand on heart, honestly say you believe Trump is trustworthy and honest?

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Guest: (741 days ago)

I don't trust any politician. This is why we need smaller government and fewer regulations.

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I don't trust any politician. This is why we need smaller government and fewer regulations.

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Guest: Thundercat (741 days ago)

Let me say this then:

Trump does not seem to have the strength of character, nor the moral fibre necessary to be president. He seems to be a very dishonest business man and will probably be a dishonest president. While he may not have done anything illegal, the things he has done have been questionable.

Should he become president, the americans got what they deserve for being so easily fooled.

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Let me say this then:

Trump does not seem to have the strength of character, nor the moral fibre necessary to be president. He seems to be a very dishonest business man and will probably be a dishonest president. While he may not have done anything illegal, the things he has done have been questionable.

Should he become president, the americans got what they deserve for being so easily fooled.

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Guest: (742 days ago)

Trump didn't say the judge can't do his job because of his heritage. He said the judge ruled against Trump because the judge didn't like Trump's stand against Mexican illegals. I don't know if what Trump said is true, or if the judge ruled against Trump because the judge hated Trump for his opinion on Mexican illegals. But clearly, Trump didn't make a racist attack on the judge. Not in this case.

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Trump didn't say the judge can't do his job because of his heritage. He said the judge ruled against Trump because the judge didn't like Trump's stand against Mexican illegals. I don't know if what Trump said is true, or if the judge ruled against Trump because the judge hated Trump for his opinion on Mexican illegals. But clearly, Trump didn't make a racist attack on the judge. Not in this case.

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