Millions and millions ... Your hero is widely reviled. It would be like levelling Hitler's Eagles Nest.
Apparently. The EC is composed of about 540 electors. All you need to do is pay enough money to make up a tad more than half. Or con them.
He makes you feel all warm and cuddly. We all know that.Trump is popular for the right reasons and unpopular for the wrong reasons. He don't always talk nice, and people don't like that, they like to be sucked in by people who talk nice. Actions with Trump is a different story- when he says he's going to do something he generally goes ahead and does it.
Nope. Most voters have already decided who they want by that time. All you have to do is convince a few more to get to a little more than half. And if only your favoured voters vote, its a shoe-in. As it happens, Trump conned enough people to do just that. And Canadians are too effing gullible and that's how Turdeau got in.And each one of those colleges has a couple of hundred thousand voters...…………….. a lot of conning to do! But go your best lick!
actually if you can get a few less of them to vote you can get a majority alsoNope. Most voters have already decided who they want by that time. All you have to do is convince a few more to get to a little more than half. And if only your favoured voters vote, its a shoe-in. As it happens, Trump conned enough people to do just that. And Canadians are too effing gullible and that's how Turdeau got in.
And each one of those colleges has a couple of hundred thousand voters...…………….. a lot of conning to do! But go your best lick!
Sharpie-gate? Trump shows apparently altered Hurricane Dorian map
September 4, 2019
September 4, 2019 10:23 PM EDT
President Donald Trump holds a chart showing the original projected track of Hurricane Dorian that appears to have been extended with a black line to include parts of the Florida panhandle and of the state of Alabama during a status report meeting on the hurricane in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., September 4, 2019. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)
WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump showed a map of Hurricane Dorian’s projected path on Wednesday that appeared to have been altered with a Sharpie pen to include the state of Alabama, which was never in harm’s way.
In a White House video released on Wednesday Trump points to an official weather chart dated Aug. 29 showing the states that could be hit in what the National Hurricane Center calls the “cone of uncertainty.” A curved line had been added to the cone on the chart to show a risk that Dorian could move from Florida to Alabama.
“It was going to hit not only Florida, but Georgia, it could have, it was going towards the Gulf, that was what we, what was originally projected…,” Trump says in the video.
Dorian was never projected to be heading toward the Gulf of Mexico, where Alabama has a coastline.
Trump at the weekend in a tweet had named Alabama as one of the states that could be hit. The National Weather Service denied that in its own tweet 20 minutes later.
“Alabama will NOT see any impacts from #Dorian. We repeat, no impacts from Hurricane #Dorian will be felt across Alabama. The system will remain too far east,” the National Weather Service in Alabama tweeted.
When reporters later asked Trump whether the chart had been drawn on with a Sharpie pen, the president said: “I don’t know; I don’t know.”