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Lies of Donald J. Trump, all from a single speech!

Lies of Donald J. Trump, all from a single speech!

(7:23) Donald Trump told over 25 outright lies in a single speech in June 2016. Here they are. youtube.com/user/TheDailyConversation

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Guest: Fairness (574 days ago)
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Now do the known lies of Hillary Clinton.

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Now do the known lies of Hillary Clinton.

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iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (576 days ago)

Forelorn listeners love lies. Brainwashing is affordable and effective. Lambs may wind up funding secret service staff to shield this lying figurehead of the 0.01% aparatus while he finalizes economic slaughtering of the 99.99%. Lambs may even fund escape along-side Assad in a Putin safe haven.

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Forelorn listeners love lies. Brainwashing is affordable and effective. Lambs may wind up funding secret service staff to shield this lying figurehead of the 0.01% aparatus while he finalizes economic slaughtering of the 99.99%. Lambs may even fund escape along-side Assad in a Putin safe haven.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (576 days ago)

That was extremely biased. Some of his opinions were marked as lies. Yes, many of what he said were lies but not everything. For example, the biased statement that Hillary's record of being a first lady, senator, and secretary of state makes here the most qualified candidate ever. That is BS.

Being married to a President doesn't make you qualified for anything. Being a senator is just being one of 100 current senators -- not counting all the former ones. Being Secretary of State makes her less qualfied because she couldn't handle that job so she resigned. If you cannot handle a secretary job, you cannot handle being President.

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That was extremely biased. Some of his opinions were marked as lies. Yes, many of what he said were lies but not everything. For example, the biased statement that Hillary's record of being a first lady, senator, and secretary of state makes here the most qualified candidate ever. That is BS.

Being married to a President doesn't make you qualified for anything. Being a senator is just being one of 100 current senators -- not counting all the former ones. Being Secretary of State makes her less qualfied because she couldn't handle that job so she resigned. If you cannot handle a secretary job, you cannot handle being President.

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Guest: GuestsDontNeedNames (575 days ago)

She resigned her postiion as Secretary of State because "she couldn't handle it"? Who's offering opinions as facts now? I know 12 year olds who better understand the difference.

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She resigned her postiion as Secretary of State because "she couldn't handle it"? Who's offering opinions as facts now? I know 12 year olds who better understand the difference.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (575 days ago)

Why do you think she resigned?

When Hillary lost in 2008 to Obama, the cabinet position was throwing a bone to Hillary so she would show her support for Obama. Turned out that was a bad decision for Obama.

I think she screwed up with Benghazi and Obama asked her to resign so he could get someone more qualified in the position and to make it appear as though there's a separation between her problems and the Presidency. She also thought that if she was a private citizen, she would be immune to answering questions about it.

Some people speculate that she resigned so she could run for President but many politicians can continue their jobs while running. Look at Bernie as an example. He continues to be a Senator and didn't resign to run for President.

Hillary's husband was impeached and she will also be impeached immediately if she becomes President for all the wrong things she did as Secretary. The republicans are already working on a pre-impeachment so they can file the necessary paperwork in case she gets the office.

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Why do you think she resigned?

When Hillary lost in 2008 to Obama, the cabinet position was throwing a bone to Hillary so she would show her support for Obama. Turned out that was a bad decision for Obama.

I think she screwed up with Benghazi and Obama asked her to resign so he could get someone more qualified in the position and to make it appear as though there's a separation between her problems and the Presidency. She also thought that if she was a private citizen, she would be immune to answering questions about it.

Some people speculate that she resigned so she could run for President but many politicians can continue their jobs while running. Look at Bernie as an example. He continues to be a Senator and didn't resign to run for President.

Hillary's husband was impeached and she will also be impeached immediately if she becomes President for all the wrong things she did as Secretary. The republicans are already working on a pre-impeachment so they can file the necessary paperwork in case she gets the office.

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Ace7 Ace7 (575 days ago)

Yep, and as bad as she is she is still better than Trump.

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Yep, and as bad as she is she is still better than Trump.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (575 days ago)

That is all a matter of opinion. We shall see who wins during the election.

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That is all a matter of opinion. We shall see who wins during the election.

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Ace7 Ace7 (575 days ago)

He will probably win. And if there happens to be a terrorist attack in October then you may as well ask him what colour curtains he wants in the oval office.

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He will probably win. And if there happens to be a terrorist attack in October then you may as well ask him what colour curtains he wants in the oval office.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (574 days ago)

It is not a matter of opinion. Trump's position on climate change alone should disqualify him from being president.

Every climate expert not linked to the fossil fuel industry, tell us that we need to be off fossil fuels asap. A 4 or 8 year delay doing nothing about climate change, more fracking and drilling, would be catastrophic for human civilisation. That is fact, not opinion.

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It is not a matter of opinion. Trump's position on climate change alone should disqualify him from being president.

Every climate expert not linked to the fossil fuel industry, tell us that we need to be off fossil fuels asap. A 4 or 8 year delay doing nothing about climate change, more fracking and drilling, would be catastrophic for human civilisation. That is fact, not opinion.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (574 days ago)

And Hillary's lies should disqualify her. So what's your point? It's still just a matter of public opinion on who is best qualified for that position.

They both meet the minimum qualifications set out in our constitution. Must be a natural born citizen (or a citizen of the USA) with an age at least 35 and a resident for at least 14 years. Nothing has disqualfied them.

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And Hillary's lies should disqualify her. So what's your point? It's still just a matter of public opinion on who is best qualified for that position.

They both meet the minimum qualifications set out in our constitution. Must be a natural born citizen (or a citizen of the USA) with an age at least 35 and a resident for at least 14 years. Nothing has disqualfied them.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (574 days ago)

My point is that it's not opinion what will happen if Trump becomes president - it will be the end of human civilisation as we know it. That's what the climate experts are telling us will happen if there's any delay in combatting climate change.

Anyone thinking of voting Trump should realise they are voting for the end of human civilisation as we know it. That's all.

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My point is that it's not opinion what will happen if Trump becomes president - it will be the end of human civilisation as we know it. That's what the climate experts are telling us will happen if there's any delay in combatting climate change.

Anyone thinking of voting Trump should realise they are voting for the end of human civilisation as we know it. That's all.

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