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Old 11th December 2017, 06:06 AM   #1161
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At least watching 8 hours of TV a day might keep him from doing really stupid things.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a8101931.html

"Don Beyer, who represents Virginia’s 8th District in Congress, lashed out at the US president for his apparent obsession with watching TV.

"According to his own aides Trump watches four - eight hours of TV every day, regularly fails to show up for work by 9-9.30 even after urging from both of his Chiefs of Staff, and spends many days golfing," Mr Beyer wrote on Twitter.

"That would get most Americans fired from their jobs.""
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According to his own aides....Lol
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Lol - that's all you've got?
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Old 11th December 2017, 06:09 AM   #1162
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Lol - that's all you've got?
Obviously that’s all I need to identify fake news.
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Old 11th December 2017, 06:10 AM   #1163
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Ever notice that he always says everything three times? He says everything three times -- he always says everything three times.
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Old 11th December 2017, 06:11 AM   #1164
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Ever notice that he always says everything three times? He says everything three times -- he always says everything three times.
He’s dealing with leftists, it’s necessary.
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Old 11th December 2017, 06:25 AM   #1165
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He’s dealing with leftists, it’s necessary.
Why? They know he's lying the instant his lips start moving. I think it's for his followers. If he repeats something enough they believe it.
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Old 11th December 2017, 06:39 AM   #1166
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Obviously that’s all I need to identify fake news.
You're getting good. Trump didn't even need to tell you this time.
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Old 11th December 2017, 06:43 AM   #1167
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Originally Posted by fagin View Post
At least watching 8 hours of TV a day might keep him from doing really stupid things...
"That would get most Americans fired from their jobs.""
This certainly strikes me as a dereliction of duty.

I would hope the Commander In Chief would use that time to immerse himself in daily briefings, position papers, or even history texts to put current events in perspective. Or sitting down with party leaders on both sides to hammer our health care or tax plans or whatever.

But I can see how since he already knows more than the generals - and probably everyone else, and that whatever Republicans put out there will be “great” - his hubris plus lack of intellectual curiosity probably makes him deem these things unnecessary.
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Old 11th December 2017, 07:45 AM   #1168
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This certainly strikes me as a dereliction of duty.

I would hope the Commander In Chief would use that time to immerse himself in daily briefings, position papers, or even history texts to put current events in perspective. Or sitting down with party leaders on both sides to hammer our health care or tax plans or whatever.

But I can see how since he already knows more than the generals - and probably everyone else, and that whatever Republicans put out there will be “great” - his hubris plus lack of intellectual curiosity probably makes him deem these things unnecessary.
It all makes sense when you realize that Trump doesn't know or understand how the government works. It's really hard to work in governing when you don't know what to do.
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Old 11th December 2017, 07:47 AM   #1169
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Another false story, this time in the Failing @nytimes, that I watch 4-8 hours of television a day - Wrong! Also, I seldom, if ever, watch CNN or MSNBC, both of which I consider Fake News. I never watch Don Lemon, who I once called the “dumbest man on television!” Bad Reporting.
The story has been out for two days in print. The only reason he knew to deny it now is that he saw it covered on TV.
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Old 11th December 2017, 07:59 AM   #1170
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Originally Posted by Fast Eddie B View Post
This certainly strikes me as a dereliction of duty.

I would hope the Commander In Chief would use that time to immerse himself in daily briefings, position papers, or even history texts to put current events in perspective. Or sitting down with party leaders on both sides to hammer our health care or tax plans or whatever.

But I can see how since he already knows more than the generals - and probably everyone else, and that whatever Republicans put out there will be “great” - his hubris plus lack of intellectual curiosity probably makes him deem these things unnecessary.
Have you seen the study/report showing the correlation between the commander-in-ept's Twitter content and what's being reported on Fox News?

https://www.pastemagazine.com/articl...-live-twe.html
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Old 11th December 2017, 08:15 AM   #1171
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Originally Posted by Fast Eddie B View Post
This certainly strikes me as a dereliction of duty.

I would hope the Commander In Chief would use that time to immerse himself in daily briefings, position papers, or even history texts to put current events in perspective. Or sitting down with party leaders on both sides to hammer our health care or tax plans or whatever.

But I can see how since he already knows more than the generals - and probably everyone else, and that whatever Republicans put out there will be “great” - his hubris plus lack of intellectual curiosity probably makes him deem these things unnecessary.
Not believing every bit of obvious fake news might alleviate your concerns?
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Old 11th December 2017, 08:25 AM   #1172
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Not believing every bit of obvious fake news might alleviate your concerns?
Lol
Paleo conservatives have totally sold out to the Liar in Chief.
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Old 11th December 2017, 09:06 AM   #1173
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Not believing every bit of obvious fake news might alleviate your concerns?
Where did he say he believes anything Trump says?
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Not believing every bit of obvious fake news might alleviate your concerns?
At the very least the correlation of the content and timing of his tweets with whatever Fox & Friends is covering is corroborative.
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Old 11th December 2017, 09:35 AM   #1175
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At the very least the correlation of the content and timing of his tweets with whatever Fox & Friends is covering is corroborative.
And somehow he’s watching 8 hours a day? Maybe some critical thinking? You really think he has time to watch that much TV?
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Old 11th December 2017, 09:39 AM   #1176
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And somehow he’s watching 8 hours a day? Maybe some critical thinking? You really think he has time to watch that much TV?
Lol
Trump's day has 24 hours. That's more than 8 hours. Funny that paleo conservatives need to have the simplest facts explained to them. Almost as if they are unacustomed to facts!
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Old 11th December 2017, 09:48 AM   #1177
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Can't say I find it strange that a politician would have some sort of news feed playing on a screen much of the time. Main concern is the idea that he's watching Fox for information and viewing CNN as an enemy.
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Old 11th December 2017, 09:50 AM   #1178
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Lol
Trump's day has 24 hours. That's more than 8 hours. Funny that paleo conservatives need to have the simplest facts explained to them. Almost as if they are unacustomed to facts!
The funniest part is, Trump says he doesn't watch much TV "primarily because of documents".
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Old 11th December 2017, 09:53 AM   #1179
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And somehow he’s watching 8 hours a day? Maybe some critical thinking? You really think he has time to watch that much TV?
It's not as if his Tweets take long to proof read (Teresa May anyone ) and in any case it's hardly beyond the wit of man to come up with a 140 or 280 character message every 9 minutes or so at the same time as watching TV - after all that's what the ad-breaks are for.....
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Old 11th December 2017, 10:00 AM   #1180
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Lol
Trump's day has 24 hours. That's more than 8 hours. Funny that paleo conservatives need to have the simplest facts explained to them. Almost as if they are unacustomed to facts!
Yes and the left thinks he has 24 hours in the day to watch TV.
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The funniest part is, Trump says he doesn't watch much TV "primarily because of documents".
Yes, that is truly hilarious. Funniest thing all week!
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Yes and the left thinks he has 24 hours in the day to watch TV.
Who said that?

Trump can easily watch 8 hours a day. He doesn't attend meetings, he only sleeps 4 hours a night, a round of golf for someone as good as him should only take 2-1/2 hours.
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Yes, that is truly hilarious. Funniest thing all week!
Thanks!

Documents!? He's like Charlie-the-Tuna trying to impress Starkist.
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Thanks!

Documents!? He's like Charlie-the-Tuna trying to impress Starkist.
He's like Rick Perry putting on glasses.
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Old 11th December 2017, 12:22 PM   #1185
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And somehow he’s watching 8 hours a day? Maybe some critical thinking? You really think he has time to watch that much TV?
What do you think he does with his time?
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Old 11th December 2017, 12:31 PM   #1186
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Can't say I find it strange that a politician would have some sort of news feed playing on a screen much of the time. Main concern is the idea that he's watching Fox for information and viewing CNN as an enemy.
I'm sure he's also watching Fox to see if anyone there needs to be added to his enemies list for saying anything remotely critical of him.
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What do you think he does with his time?


Certainly not chose ambassadors for the Middle East.
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Certainly not chose ambassadors for the Middle East.
Be fair, he went to Jared.
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Be fair, he went to Jared.
Trump always figured having a Jew in the family would come in handy at some point or he wouldn't have supported the merger marriage.
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Yes and the left thinks he has 24 hours in the day to watch TV.
'24' does not mean two times four, so '24' is not equivalent to '8'.
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'24' does not mean two times four, so '24' is not equivalent to '8'.
More importantly, no one has said he watches eight hours a day. Four to eight hours is not eight hours.
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For Trump to watch 8 hours of TV a day is hardly implausible. The average American adult watches 5 hours of TV a day. The average American adult also sleeps 2 hours more a day than Trump reportedly does and the average American adult has to commute to work while Trump works from home. The average American adult also does not eat lunch at home so they don't get to watch TV while eating lunch. So Trump could easily work 8-10 hours during the day and still watch 8 hours of TV, especially if you count listening to the audio portion of a TV broadcast while showering and shaving as "watching" (I'm not claiming that Trump does or doesn't work 8+ hours a day, only that it's physically possible).
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And the tweet lines up with a segment on Morning Joe.
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But I can see how since he already knows more than the generals - and probably everyone else, and that whatever Republicans put out there will be “great” - his hubris plus lack of intellectual curiosity probably makes him deem these things unnecessary.

"Man-child" is an accurate label for Trump. His aversion to "studying" and his claims of superior knowledge than our generals is the stereotypical adolescent.
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More importantly, no one has said he watches eight hours a day. Four to eight hours is not eight hours.
More importantly, no one knows how much he actually watches.
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It's like it doesn't care when it gets caught in a lie.
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More importantly, no one knows how much he actually watches.
More importantly, whatever he says is probably a lie.
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More importantly, no one knows how much he actually watches.
I expect there are a number of people who know exactly how much he watches. It is in their own best interests not to have the info made public.
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Yes and the left thinks he has 24 hours in the day to watch TV.
Lol
Paleo conservatives lose focus so quickly! No, logger, 4-8 hours out of a 24 hour day ist the claim. Lol, you forget so easily lol
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More importantly, no one knows how much he actually watches.
Lol
Paleo conservaites simply don't want to know. Facts hurt them. Lol, what a pathetic bunch!
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