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November 9, 2011
Jon Huntsman called out Mitt Romney for “pandering” on the China issue, insisting that his plan for dealing with Chinese currency manipulation would have little effect but increasing the likelihood of a trade war through tariff increases.

Jon Huntsman called out Mitt Romney for “pandering” on the China issue, insisting that his plan for dealing with Chinese currency manipulation would have little effect but increasing the likelihood of a trade war through tariff increases.

21:45 // 2 years ago
March 24, 2011
Donald Trump thinks Obama fears the birth certificate
Donald Trump behaving like a slippery politico already: It’s been a big week in terms of assessing the political strategies of Republican billionaire Donald Trump, namely that he isn’t so hot at lying on his feet, and he likes pandering to birthers (a belief he’s got to be too smart to earnestly hold). Following his clumsy, easily dispelled claim that he knowingly rented land to Muammar Gaddafi then didn’t let him use it (or “screwing” him, to use his parlance) with an eye towards donating the money to charity, he decided to go back to birtherism, claiming on The View that “there’s something on that birth certificate he doesn’t like.” Keep on swinging, Donald! source
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Donald Trump behaving like a slippery politico already: It’s been a big week in terms of assessing the political strategies of Republican billionaire Donald Trump, namely that he isn’t so hot at lying on his feet, and he likes pandering to birthers (a belief he’s got to be too smart to earnestly hold). Following his clumsy, easily dispelled claim that he knowingly rented land to Muammar Gaddafi then didn’t let him use it (or “screwing” him, to use his parlance) with an eye towards donating the money to charity, he decided to go back to birtherism, claiming on The View that “there’s something on that birth certificate he doesn’t like.” Keep on swinging, Donald! source

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13:12 // 3 years ago