Give me at least 3 reasons why Trump should NOT win?

North Las Vegas, Nevada
July 18, 2016 7:22am CST
Am i the only one liking this Trump guy? Lol he's being so funny but realistic in the same time.. Maybe that's why he is hated by many people.. So you, the opposite, people that don't like trump, can you point out 3 valid reasons why Trump must not win on the President elections in USA on this November 2016? **Ah also, forgot to say, why they compare him to Hitler, he just wants to make America great again
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@JolietJake (49780)
• United States
18 Jul 16
#1. He doesn't have a clue about politics. #2. He doesn't have a clue about tact. #3. He doesn't have a clue.
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• North Las Vegas, Nevada
18 Jul 16
Well.. Um.. Valid reasons.. I accept them
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@JohnRoberts (51932)
• Los Angeles, California
18 Jul 16
Those are valid reasons why to like him. His opponent also doesn't have a clue about the real world, doesn't know about tact since openly lying is her motif and knows too much about politics.
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@JolietJake (49780)
• United States
18 Jul 16
@JohnRoberts I don't care for either of the 'Big Two', and no, I do not think those are valid reasons to like him or anyone running for a political office.
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@Daljinder (21017)
• India
18 Jul 16
1. He is racist 2. He is racist 3. He is racist Isn't that enough of a reason?
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• North Las Vegas, Nevada
19 Jul 16
It would be more than enough if you'd point out why do you think that he is racist?
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@Daljinder (21017)
• India
19 Jul 16
@supervalon Man if you haven't noticed THIS then you aren't paying attention to what he has been saying.
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@dlr297 (5365)
• United States
19 Jul 16
@Daljinder..How is hes a racist...point it out to me...i have not noticed..what am i missing. please give me something specific. All i here is the other side saying that he is.....
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@Hatley (164759)
• Garden Grove, California
13 Aug 16
He is a racist, he is a bigot he is super wealthy' and has no idea of what we ordinary poor people need at all. above all that he is one real idiot who cannot talk for long without putting his foot in his big mouth. I do not think the fool is acting , he is being himself Donald the trumpet.If you send me insults I will first report then delete your comments.
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@OneOfMany (12406)
• United States
28 Aug 16
Isn't Hillary super wealthy now as well?
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@Hatley (164759)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Aug 16
@OneOfMany yes and she is not my choice either not saying no fights no bad words nobodys business but mine who I finally vote for
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@OneOfMany (12406)
• United States
28 Aug 16
@Hatley Just negating one of the reasons. If both candidates have the same factor, it's no longer a reason to be brought up. :P
@zarlamain (24531)
• United States
19 Jul 16
1. He can't control his big mouth. 2. He encourages violence at any given time. 3. Going with number 2, I doubt he can be trusted with nuclear weapons.
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• Perth, Australia
19 Jul 16
@zarlamain Loved number 3 lol Made me laugh.
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@zarlamain (24531)
• United States
21 Jul 16
@VivaLaDani13 So funny! Totally true too!
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@msiduri (5757)
• United States
19 Jul 16
1) He was a leading voice in the “birther” movement, refusing to believe that Barack Obama was born in Hawaii, is thus an American citizen and thus eligible for the presidency. He used similar tactics undermining Ted Cruz’s candidacy. Cruz was actually born outside the United States. This demonstrates extremist—wingnut—beliefs in spite of hard evidence, not a trait that’s good for someone in a position of such power as the presidency of the United States. 2) He has no experience in politics, no experience in foreign policy, no tact. He doesn’t “tell it like it is.” He tells it like it’s politically expedient. For example: He blames Hilary Clinton for supporting the Iraq War (… you know the war the Democrat George Bush started?) when he himself opposed it. There is no record of him opposing it; on the contrary, it is apparent he supported it. Someone who tells lies about his record so easily to the American people does not belong holding the office of the presidency. 3) He talked about seeing hundreds of Muslims in New York celebrating in the aftermath of 9/11. Not only did that never happen, he never apologized to the Muslims of New York for this libel. (He may have seen reports on TV of Muslims celebrating in other parts of the world and conflated the idea. Who knows?) Someone with this poor a memory does not belong in the presidency.
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• North Las Vegas, Nevada
13 Aug 16
Wow, what that old fat b*stard does for fame, voters and money...
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@OneOfMany (12406)
• United States
27 Aug 16
Although there were plenty of muslims in this country that celebrated on 9/11. It might not have been in New York, but I interacted with a few, one of which was from Pakistan, and she said she was overjoyed and her family back home was so excited. This was a person that was training to become an engineer in our college system. She even told me that she might be an enemy some day. A doctor I know went to a conference for a medical review not long after 9/11 and said that there were a number of doctors from muslim background and they were all saying 'wow, wasn't that 9/11 a great day?' and shaking hands and patting each other on the back. That friend of mine couldn't believe it and just left. And in certain videos there were people dancing in the streets, kind of why they banned that song from the radio for a few months... So I guess parts of his memories were intact. You only need to see a few dancers celebrating to inflate it to hundreds, because hundreds there probably were.
@msiduri (5757)
• United States
27 Aug 16
@OneOfMany The memory he spoke of—seeing "hundreds" of Muslims celebrating in the streets in New York where some of the heaviest loss of life took place after 9/11—was at best a conflation. That some Muslims made horrendous statements like this cannot be denied. I don't know what song on the radio you speak of, frankly.
@piya84 (2591)
• India
18 Jul 16
Have been watching him for a while. He only seems only politically uncorrect guy in politically correct Washington.
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@Genipher (5166)
• United States
18 Jul 16
I think it's just a ploy. He wanted to do something different to draw attention to himself--and it worked.
@piya84 (2591)
• India
19 Jul 16
@Genipher At list he admits issue exist.Other wont even admit they exist.He is better than other who are in denial mode.That is the reason he is getting backing.
@Genipher (5166)
• United States
19 Jul 16
@piya84 But do you think he'll really try to change things for the better, if he's elected? Obama made lots of promises and broke them. As did Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. Trump can acknowledge issues until he's blue in the face, but like the "great" men that went before him, he'll break whatever promises he's doling out to do what HE wants to do. Then again, so would H. Clinton.
• Austin, Texas
19 Jul 16
I draw a blank on this one. Tell you why. Suppose Trump is an obnoxious egotistical bully borderline dictator. Suppose he gets elected as POTUS. Suppose he picks a cabinet comprised of really good advisors and he actually listens to them and makes good decisions based on the collective thought processes which result in making America great! Again! But … but … but … he's an obnoxious egotistical bully borderline dictator? Yeah well. Maybe he's not stupid! Only a fool who becomes a leader on the world stage would think that he or she can do the job all alone, and he or she is the only one with all the right answers and solutions. “Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed.” (Proverbs)
@norcal (3217)
• Nevada City, California
13 Aug 16
I am sure he is getting plenty of good advice right now, but he's not following it. I'm sure they are telling him to dial back the rhetoric, but he just can't.
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• Austin, Texas
13 Aug 16
@norcal ~ Well I'm just speculating like everybody else is. But I don't think he even wants to win. Now that he's made it this far, and the possibility of the Oval Office is real … he's giving the matter serious thought. He touts himself as successful. He's 70 years old. The last thing he wants his resume to say at the end of his career timelime is: Elected POTUS. Served 1st Term 2017 – 2020. - Duties: Served as a leader on the world stage and continued to build on the foundation laid by the forefathers for the land of the free and the home of the brave. - Accomplishments: Screwed it up!! Nope! Don't want that record in the National Archives.
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@jaboUK (53413)
• United Kingdom
18 Jul 16
I don't follow American politics very closely, but Trump may just be the best man for the job.
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• North Las Vegas, Nevada
18 Jul 16
Maybe since the other candidates are not whatsoever better than him
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@crossbones27 (18554)
• Redlands, California
21 Jul 16
Realistic? The dude stays wealthy by conning people. That is the only reason I need not to vote for him. I do not care if he only likes white people. I do not care if he has a trophy wife. That is unless he becomes president and then all those become mine and everyone''s problems. It is already bad enough he robs millions from the tax payer every year. I know this because look how he ran his university.
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@msiduri (5757)
• United States
20 Jul 16
Ah. How could I have forgotten this one? Donald Trump claimed that a judge presiding in a civil fraud lawsuit against him regarding the brouhaha over Trump University “had an absolute conflict” because of his “Mexican heritage.”(The judge was born in Indiana, BTW.) He did not complain to the bar; he started a (loud) whisper complain against him in the press. The judge could have defended himself to the bar. Because of position as a judge, he is not permitted to defend himself in the press. It’s an obvious attempt to get the judge to recuse himself and let Trump wiggle out of the suit against him. Trump later said his remarks were “misconstrued.” Yet when a sitting Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, said "I can't imagine what this place would be -- I can't imagine what the country would be -- with Donald Trump as our president,” and called him a faker and an egotist, Trump called for her resignation. http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/12/politics/justice-ruth-bader-ginsburg-donald-trump-faker/ The last Supreme Court Justice to resign for reason age or health was Abe Fortas, who resigned in 1969 because of ethics problems. I agree that Ginsburg spoke out of turn. Ideally the Supreme Court should be apolitical. I don’t think it’s enough for her to resign, though. Someone who behaves like this is beneath the presidency. Like President Nixon, he sees himself above the law. That is a grave danger. And I am astounded that time and again no one calls him on his crap. Why is that?
Donald Trump escalated his attacks on the federal judge presiding over civil fraud lawsuits against Trump University, amid criticism from legal observers who say the comments are an unusual affront on an independent judiciary.
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@Hercules7 (161)
18 Jul 16
Arrogant & racist
• North Las Vegas, Nevada
19 Jul 16
How is he being racist? Please enlighten me because i don't see it. Building a wall against the immigrants ain't racist.. Even tho there are some that deserve to cross the line.
19 Jul 16
@supervalon This is what you are looking for
@anniepa (27244)
• United States
1 Sep 16
Just 3 valid reasons? I could probably come up with 300, maybe more! I think most of them have already been listed here but here are a few, in no particular order: 1. He's a racist who is supported by KKK members and white supremacists and nationalists. His campaign CEO ran an alt-right website. 2. He's an accused child rapist. 3. He's a misogynist, one of the worst I've ever seen in the public eye. 4. He's xenophobic. 5. He's an arrogant, obnoxious narcissist. 6. He knows nothing about running the country. 7. He certainly knows nothing about foreign policy or diplomacy. 8. His heroes are Putin, Kim Jung Une and Saddam Hussein. 9. His ties to Russia are suspicious and scary. 10. He doesn't have the temperament to be trusted with our nuclear codes.
@sallypup (26291)
• Moses Lake, Washington
28 Aug 16
Trump is a bully. Boys can grow up gentle and they can grow up learning to be civil. Trump has a mental illness. He can not figure the difference between a trashy reality show and real life. Trump does not have the demeanor of a president- more like a sad, uninformed clown. He does not know what diplomacy is. Whoops 4 there.
@flowerchilde (12520)
• United States
4 Aug 16
I make it a habit not to hate anyone. I'm not really a fan of his, but also, I figure the propaganda is just gone wild again, like it always does.. All news seems to be editorializing anymore.. And what about news that doesn't get reported? There's lots of that. The media has the horse (party) they're backing and they run the rhetoric.. And people fall for it every time.. If he were president I don't think he'd be any better or worse than any of the others.. But it might be possible he might be a little more forthcoming to the people than some others I won't mention by name.