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Article posted by: White Nation editorial  – November 11 2016



SO– THE UNTHINKABLE HAPPENED! The liberal wold’s most feared day arrived when Donald John Trump– with German ancestry from his father and Scottish ancestry from his mother- became the 45th president of the United States.
From all over the world there is mixed feelings about this controversial decision by the American public. From the leftist dark corridors there is utter disbelief and total stupefaction about just what happened in the American history. Millions of liberal Narks are still reeling from horror as the announcement was made that could change world politics as we know it.  From the right there came a cheer of jubilation as millions of especially white conservative people feel that at last America has came to it’s senses and will now shrug off the heavy financial burden laid upon them by the semi-Marxist regime of Obama and his Jewish slave drivers on Capitol Hill.
BUT– just WHO is Donald Trump- and where did he come from- bar this we already know from constant media induction? Is Donald Trump REALLY the great “white savior” we all think he is- or is he just another puppet on a Jerusalem string? Let’s have a look:

Firstly- unfortunately Donald Trump appears to be yet another puppet on a ‘Jerusalem string”– as Trump nurtures very close ties with Jerusalem – and also his daughter is  pregnant from her Jew husband. Donald does not mince his words when he openly idolizes Israel and pledges America’s permanent and unbreakable support of Israel. What bothers me- is his open rejection of Palestine and his sublimitive hatred against the Palestinians. This clearly could be seen in this video when Trump was addressing thousands of Jews at the AIPAC hall- as Trump reiterated that the barrier between the United States and Israel ” cannot be broken” under his presidency.(Video)
Not only is the outspoken Republican U.S. presidential candidate’s right-hand man a Jewish lawyer, but Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, converted to Judaism. Among the expansive field of Republican presidential candidates on display in the party’s first debate Thursday night, Donald Trump may be the most closely connected to the Jewish people. Trump is from New York, works in professions saturated with Jews and long has been a vocal supporter of Israel. His daughter and two grandchildren are Jewish, the executive vice president of his organization is Jewish — and Trump certainly has chutzpah.
But if you expect to find Jewish donors of influence in Trump’s network of associates, you’ll be disappointed: The billionaire’s campaign is self-financed, not donor-funded. Forbes estimates Trump’s net worth at about $4 billion; Trump says he’s worth $10 billion.

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As the main attraction of the Republican debate, Trump’s trademark chutzpah was on sharp display. When asked about past references to women he dislikes as “fat pigs,” “slobs” and “disgusting animals,” Trump said he has no time for “ political correctness.”  He bragged about how Hillary Clinton dared not miss his most recent wedding because he donated to her campaign. And he refused to rule out running as a third-party candidate should someone else win the Republican nomination. Given his myriad Jewish associations, Trump is not an unfamiliar face in Jewish circles. He has served as a grand marshal at New York’s annual Salute to Israel Parade. After Hurricane Katrina, he was among a group of celebrities who decorated Jewish federation tzedakah boxes to be auctioned off to support hurricane disaster relief. And in February, he was honored with an award at the annual gala for the Algemeiner, a right-wing Jewish news organization. “I have a Jewish daughter. This wasn’t in the plan, but I’m very glad it happened,” Trump said at the event, held in Manhattan. On Israel, he said, “We love Israel. We will fight for Israel 100 percent, 1,000 percent. It will be there forever.”
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Before the 2013 Israeli election, Trump recorded a video message endorsing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu“You truly have a great prime minister in Benjamin Netanyahu. He’s a winner, he’s highly respected, he’s highly thought of by all,” Trump said in the 30-second spot. “Vote for Benjamin – terrific guy, terrific leader, great for Israel.” By the same token, Trump has made clear he believes President Barack Obama is bad for Israel and has questioned how American Jews could support the president. “I have many Jewish friends that support Obama and I say, ‘Why?’ and they can’t explain why. They support him, they give him money, they give him campaign contributions,” Trump told radio host Michael Savage in February. “This is the worst enemy of Israel.” Trump at times has dabbled in Israeli real estate. About a decade ago, he bought a site in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area with plans to build Israel’s tallest building, to be called Trump Plaza Tower. He later sold the Ramat Gan property to an Israeli firm before its development. In 2012, Trump met with Israel’s tourism minister to discuss possible investments in real estate and tourism, according to the Israeli news website Ynet.
Trump’s closest Jewish association is with his daughter Ivanka’s family. Ivanka Trump, a fashion designer and celebrity in her own right, converted to Judaism before marrying Jared Kushner, the son of New York Jewish real estate mogul Charles Kushner. She studied for her Orthodox conversion with Rabbi Haskel Lookstein of Manhattan’s Kehilath Jeshurun synagogue and the Ramaz School, and Lookstein officiated at her wedding. Trump and Kushner are members of Lookstein’s Orthodox synagogue and are Shabbat observant. They have two children. Donald Trump is Presbyterian. He has said he goes to church on Christmas, Easter and special occasions.
When it comes to The Trump Organization, Trump’s right-hand man is a Jewish lawyer, Michael Cohen, who also serves as a top campaign aide. Cohen ignited controversy last week by suggesting that spousal rape doesn’t count as rape. He later apologized, saying his remarks were “inarticulate.” Trump, of course, doesn’t shy away from controversy himself. Just since announcing his candidacy in June, he has called illegal Mexican immigrants rapists, disparaged Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), for getting captured in the Vietnam War and publicly disclosed Sen. Lindsey Graham’s private mobile phone number at a campaign rally.
Then there was Thursday night’s Republican debate. Following his verbal fireworks on stage, he doubled down on Twitter, saying, “I really enjoyed the debate tonight even though the @FoxNews trio, especially @megynkelly, was not very good or professional!” He was apparently referring to Kelly’s question about Trump’s comments on women. Trump’s record suggests he’s far from a Republican ideologue. He has given money both to Democratic and Republican candidates, including Republican primary rivals and Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee for president. Trump at varying times has supported liberal policies like abortion rights as well as Tea Party causes like strict immigration restrictions. In the debate, he stood by his past support for single-payer health care, saying that he thought it worked well in Canada and could have worked in the past in the United States. Overall, Trump doesn’t appear to have very many fixed policy positions. Unlike the other Republican candidates, he has no policy section on his campaign website. When Ivanka Trump introduced her father at the Algemeiner dinner six months ago, she said, “He has used his voice often and loudly in support of Israel, in support of developments within Israel, in support of security for Israel and in support of the idea of the Israeli democracy. One thing is certain of Donald Trump: As long as he stays in this campaign, he will continue to use his voice often and loudly. (Link)
There’s an MSNBC screenshot going viral today that may make you want to rip all your hair out, cry, and then gorge on some Oreos. It seems almost half the country didn’t vote. Yup, that’s right, 46.9% to be exact.
Trump has an intimate familiarity with Jewish practice and Jewish life. His daughter, Ivanka, converted to Orthodox Judaism in 2009; if elected, Trump would be the first president to be the parent and grand-parent of observant Jews. Ivanka’s husband, real-estate magnate Jared Kushner, is an Orthodox Jew and one of Trump’s top advisers. The Trump Organization’s longtime chief financial officer and general counsel are both observant Jews, and Trump has the support of perhaps the single most important political donor in the American Jewish world—Las Vegas casino mogul Sheldon Adelson. Though he is a deeply repellent political figure to many American Jews, Trump can plausibly claim that Jews and Judaism are closer to the center of his life and work than they are for his opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Trump’s favored Jews have a seemingly limitless confidence in their benefactor’s personal qualities. The Trump they know is decisive, serious, tolerant, and generous, and they’ve formed their impressions out of years or even decades of personal experience with the man. Despite this special access, their belief in Trump himself—which is often independent of any deep ideological kinship—helps demystify exactly why the real-estate developer, who is so blatantly and viscerally unpalatable to tens of millions of Americans, appeals to tens of millions of others.
The Trump Jews also hint at some of Trumpworld’s defining organizational tendencies. With the possible exception of Sheldon Adelson, every one of the major Trump Jews has known Trump for years, is personally friends with Trump, or is connected to his family through marriage. One of Trump’s Jews is known to be a registered Democrat. One of them was a leading Democratic donor who has a tortured history with one of Trump’s most dedicated surrogates.
Trump’s Jews reflect the importance of personal loyalty within Trump’s political and moral universe—as well as a certain degree of diversity in ideology and background among the people who have come to believe in him the most. They can be divided into three circles of influence, which, save for the candidate’s daughter Ivanka, don’t overlap all that much: the loyalists of the Trump Organization; the moneyed political world around candidate Trump; and the candidate’s family. Of those circles, it seems fair to say that the Trump organization people have been with Trump the longest, while his family possesses the most direct influence with the candidate.
Jason Greenblatt
Just four months months ago, Jason Greenblatt was the Trump Organization’s general counsel and one of the company’s top in-house legal officers. Today, Greenblatt, who has worked for Trump since the mid-1990s, is one of the candidate’s top advisers on Israel and Jewish affairs and the campaign’s primary liaison to the Jewish community. When The Forward declared a 24-hour moratorium on Trump-related coverage on June 20, to protest Trump supporters’ online bullying of journalists, Greenblatt wrote the campaign’s response. And when controversy erupted over Trump’s use of an image of Hillary Clinton that had originated on a white nationalist web forum, Greenblatt defended the candidate in the Washington Post, citing his own experiences with Trump. “The clearest refutation of the claim of anti-Semitism, or the claim that Mr. Trump is someone who encourages, condones or panders to anti-Semitic behavior, is his lifelong embrace of the Jewish people and his record of staunch support for Jewish causes and Israel,” Greenblatt wrote.
David M. Friedman
Friedman, a bankruptcy attorney who first began working for Trump roughly 15 years ago and who represented Trump during bankruptcy proceedings related to Trump-branded business ventures in Atlantic City, is the real-estate developer’s other top-ranking Israel adviser, along with Greenblatt. Haaretz named him as “the lead candidate” to be Trump’s ambassador to Israel. A former columnist for the right-wing Israeli website Arutz Sheva, Friedman is highly skeptical of the two-state solution. He is president of the American Friends of Bet-El, which is a West Bank settlement that sits just north of Ramallah and that is unlikely to remain under Israeli control in the event of a peace agreement with the Palestinian Authority. Friedman, who has organized philanthropies in Israel and owns a home in the country, told the newspaper Tablet that he believes that the legality of the settlements is still an open issue: “When Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama say settlements are illegal, that’s hardly a neutral position, especially given the fact that the legality of the settlements is highly debatable,” he said.
Michael Cohen
Trump’s special counsel and executive vice president wasn’t able to vote for his boss in New York’s April 19 Republican primary—Cohen is aregistered democrat. A decade as Trump’s primary spokesperson, gatekeeper, and personal lawyer have put him at the center of Republican presidential politics. Cohen, whom ABC news once described as Trump’s “pitbull,” speaks in a sharp New York brogue, and has something of a prickly reputation, as is arguably appropriate for someone acting as a first line of defense for such a controversial public figure. It’s a perception that Cohen apparently relishes: “If somebody does something Mr. Trump doesn’t like, I do everything in my power to resolve it to Mr. Trump’s benefit,” he told ABC in 2011. “If you do something wrong, I’m going to come at you, grab you by the neck, and I’m not going to let you go until I’m finished.”
Jared Kushner
When the now-35-year-old son of Charles Kushner married Ivanka Trump in 2006, he probably had little idea that the union would eventually turn him into one of the top players in American politics. According to a JulyNew York Times report, Kushner is one of Trump’s closest advisers and serves as a de-facto campaign manager, brokering high-level meetings and mapping out damage control strategies after incidents like the Hillary Clinton-Jewish star tweet. He reportedly authored much of Trump’s well-received AIPAC speech from this past April, the first of the campaign in which the Republican candidate spoke with the aid of a teleprompter. Kushner is also the owner and publisher of the New York Observer, which endorsed Trump before the New York primary in April, in an editorial with the unforgettably frank opening: “Donald Trump is the father-in-law of the Observer’s publisher. That is not a reason to endorse him. Giving millions of disillusioned Americans a renewed sense of purpose and opportunity is.”
Charles Kushner
The father of Donald Trump’s son-in-law was a tri-state area real-estate titan and one of the most important Democratic donors in the country. He landed in prison as the result of nearly Shakespearean levels of intrafamilial deceit—and because of the efforts of a federal prosecutor and present-day Trump superfan named Chris Christie. In 2004, Kushner was investigated for hiding violations of federal limits on campaign contributions, a probe that Christie oversaw while he was the U.S. attorney for New Jersey. Kushner then hired a prostitute in order to blackmail one of the case’s key witnesses, whose wife then informed investigators of Kushner’s attempts at obstruction of justice. To make matters worse, the witness and target of the blackmail attempt was Kushner’s brother-in-law, and it was Kushner’s sister, Esther, who exposed his plot to the feds. The campaign finance investigation stemmed from a dispute between Kushner and his brother Murray, a major New Jersey Republican donor and one of Chris Christie’s most important boosters. Charles Kushner served 14 months in prison but remained a major philanthropic donor in northeast Jewish circles. In 2015, he donated $100,000 to Trump’s Make America Great Again PAC. Fifteen years earlier, he had been the largest individual donor to Hillary Clinton’s senate campaign.
Steven Mnuchin
Trump’s national fundraising chairman belongs to a group that would seem to be especially unfriendly to the developer’s presidential run: Goldman Sachs alumni. Mnuchin, who now runs his own hedge fund, spent 19 years at the investment bank, where he served as chief information officer between 1999 and his departure in 2002 (Trump used Heidi Cruz’s Goldman Sachs connections to accuse her husband, Ted Cruz, of being in thrall to the financial giant). Mnuchin’s friendship with Donald Trump appears to be his overriding concern here, as he told theNew York Times in May: “I was there at the beginning when he decided to run for president, and I’ve been a supporter and quiet adviser behind the scenes to him,” Mnuchin said.

Sheldon Adelson
The owner of the Sands Casino in Las Vegas was one of the biggest swing voters of the Republican presidential primary. Despite reports that he was leaning toward supporting Marco Rubio—and reports that his wife, Miriampreferred Ted Cruz—Adelson, who is worth some $26.5 billion and spent over $150 million in political donations during the 2012 cycle alone, did not side with any of Donald Trump’s primary opponents. That didn’t stop Trump from tweeting that “Sheldon Adelson is looking to give big dollars to Rubio because he feels he can mold him into his perfect little puppet.”
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If you, like I do, believe that the situation in Syria is the central question of our age in terms of the concrete consequences it has on global politics, then Donald Trump’s ascendency to the White House ought to send a shiver down your spine.
For Syria, this suggested realignment manifests as Trump seeing every event in the region through the convenient (if you’re Russia, Iran and Assad) lens of IS.  It’s perfectly true that Trump’s IS-centric view of Syria is not much different to Obama’s, but the key difference is that Trump doesn’t even recognize the existence of the Syrian rebels, let alone their validity as a revolutionary force.   Obama’s policy on Syria has been disastrous and has – to put it kindly – indirectly facilitated the genocide and ethnic cleansing that rages throughout that ex-country.   Meanwhile, Trump is an active supporter of the forces carrying out the genocide and ethnic cleansing, especially Putin’s Russia, a world force that Trump admires“. He ought to do more than admire it, given he might not have won the election without its help.  But, judging from his rhetoric, Trump will repay them in kind. While the far-from-perfect Clinton advocated an end to Obama’s appeasement policy when it came to Russia and Iran in Syria – such as by advocating increasing support for the Syrian rebels and implementing no-bombing zones that would hasten the end of the regime – Trump sees in Russia, Iran and Assad as allies against the Islamic State group (IS).  In fact, during the second presidential debate, when asked about his position on Syria Trump said “I don’t like Assad at all… but Assad is killing ISIS… Russia is killing ISIS… Iran is killing ISIS.” 
If even the allegedly progressive, pragmatic Obama sneeringly wrote off the Syrian rebels as “farmers and pharmacists” in order to justify his disastrous policy of ignoring them, Trump has explicitly stated that Assad “looks better than the other side [the Syrian rebels]”. In this respect, one of the most poisonous and politically charged pieces of cognitive dissonance that was doing the rounds during the presidential campaign, was that Clinton was the war candidate due to her support for Syrian rebels and no-bombing zones and, remarkably, that Trump was some kind of peace candidate.  In truth, Trump is overtly militaristic when it comes to Syria and favors intervention, just not intervention against Assad – he has called for 30,000 US troops to be sent to Syria to fight IS, as well as advocating “bombing the shit” out of IS-held areas, including civilian ones. 

Donald Trump has said that he might not repeal Obamacare, perhaps his biggest campaign promise. The President-elect performed the apparent U-turn after his meeting with Barack Obama at the White House this week, he has said. Mr Trump is going to look at “amending” the Affordable Care Act, rather than completely repealing it, he told the Wall Street Journal.  “Either Obamacare will be amended, or repealed and replaced,” Trump told the newspaper. “I told him I will look at his suggestions, and out of respect, I will do that.” After the President and President-elect met at the White House, Mr Trump said that he and Mr Obama had discussed “some of the difficulties” the country faced but also “some of the really great things that have been achieved”. Some took that latter remark as a reference to Obamacare and perhaps other policies, and a potential suggestion that Mr Trump may be won around on what has become one of Barack Obama’s flagship policies but also one hated by much of the Republican party
Mr Obama also said he was “encouraged” by Mr Trump‘s willingness to work with his team, telling him: “We want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed the country succeeds”. The tense meeting was far more respectful than the exchanges between the two during the presidential campaign, during which Mr Obama called Mr Trump unfit to be president, and Mr Trump said Mr Obama was “the founder of Isis”. Mr Trump said after he spoke with congressional leaders, shortly after his first meeting with Mr Obama, that healthcare would be among his top priorities in office.
We’re going to move very strongly on immigration. We will move very strongly on healthcare. And we’re looking at jobs. Big league jobs,” he told the press. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Mr Trump said that he may well keep at least two of the main provisions of the healthcare bill. He said that he is favoring retaining a key part of Obamacare that stops insurers from refusing to cover people because they have existing conditions, and another that lets parents add coverage for their children to their own policies. “I like those very much,” he told the paper. Mr Trump did say that he would still be looking to strengthen the border with Mexico, and that he would look into deregulating banks so that they can “lend again”(Link)
According to The United States Election Project, nearly half of all eligible voters didn’t vote. There are 231,556,622 eligible voters in this country, and only 131,018,000 ballots counted. So basically, we have no idea who our country’s chosen candidate is, because many people didn’t make it to the polls — and this is not about just not bothering to go, either. The Supreme Court ruled against The Voting Rights Act in 2013. This closed roughly 800 polling places and led to strict ID requirements for voters in multiple states. It’s impossible to measure how many people did not vote because of these new voting restrictions, but the lowest turnout in recent history points to  being a coincidence. Voter turnout this year was way lower than 2012 or 2008:
2012 Obama: 65.9m
2016 Clinton: 59.1m = -6.8m
2012 Romney: 60.9m
2016 Trump: 59m = -1.9m
In multiple states the vote was so close, which proves that as many people participating in the process as possible truly matters. The harder we make it for people to participate, the less representative our elections will be. As for those who did get out and vote, can you guess who voted for Trump?
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That’s right, this picture is an embarrassment for both of them. Hillary and Donald have been friends for a long time… sorry, there’s no hiding that!

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Bill and Hillary were VIP guests at Donald’s wedding
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-Even Chelsea and Ivanka share their “girly” moments  with each other…
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SO– The question then obviously would be what  the difference is between the Jews pulling Obama’s stringsJews pulling Hillary’s strings – and the Jews pulling Trump’s strings?  What is there for the majority white Christians that voted for Trump  in this Jewish  packet and parcel then? Who’s interests will Trump be defending- the Christian American- or the Jewish Caballah?  Listning to his oratorical at the AIPAC hall I heard him say that the “demonizing” of the Jews must stop and stop “NOW!” WHY did I not hear Trump say ” The demonizing and discrimination against whites must stop NOW as well? Why is he singling out the Jews to be glorified again? Which country is he supporting- America or Israel? Something here just ain’t feeling right- I dare say. I had some respect for the man- but after I carefully listened to his subliminal agendas – I am loosing that respect with the speed of the Orient Express. I care a hoot about the Jews- bar them been greedy and want to control everything and everybody- I am a white – and my first and foremost duty as president would be to be patriotic to my COUNTRY- then to my OWN race- and not fraternizing to kiss Joo-arse on THIS scale he is doing now.


What I really miss in about ALL Donald Trump’s speeches is his commitment of America to the Lord Jesus Christ. In all Trump’s speeches that I followed- live and afterwards- I hear that Trump want to make America “great” again- and Trump pledges  ( nearly idolizing) his commitment to Israel and the Jews- but not ONCE did I hear him mention the term “commitment” – and the name “Jesus Christ” leaving his lips during any of his speeches. AND this is MOST disturbing. Is he also afraid he might “offend” the Jews by committing himself and America to the Lord Jesus Christ?HOW can he ever make America “great” without the guardianship and guidance of the Savior Christ Yahashua? For WHO then does Donald want to make America “great”- for the American people- his own business ventures- or will he be just another open door- like Mandela was used in South Africa-   for the Jews to control white America through the banking and business sectors again?
Meet the Neocons, 9/11 Criminals and Goldman Bankers On Team Trump
Look- I am no ‘Jew basher”– but facts are facts- and the facts are that the Jews are running the global financial show- on ALL levels- and it is because of the monopoly by a minority that we as normal citizens are taxed to death – and are subjected to be slaves of the Jewish masters in Wall Street and Luxembourg. It also is a fact that Zionism DESPISES  Christianity- and history are littered with evidence of Jewish atrocities against Christians. It also is a fact that Jews HATE whites. SO– listening to Donald’s worshiping of Israel – I cannot imagine him having  anything special in his Pandora’s box for the white Christian- although he embraces  a baptist religion. AND as we also are aware of- “Churches” and their capitalistic pulpit stool pigeons like Kenneth Copeland- net Worth $760 Million,  Benny Hinn- net Worth $42 Million,  Joel Osteen- net Worth $40 Million,Creflo Dollar,Rick Warren,Joyce Meyer,Paula White,Bishop Eddie Long and many other “second-hand-car-dealers-turning-pulpit pigeons” today are nothing less than harlots  and mouth pieces of a New World Order Babylonian culture. It appears that on every level of society you have these con-artists trying to exploit the public to commercialize each and every profession….even the Lord most High must be “commercialized” for personal gain. Politicians per se are the personification of Satan on earth. No wonder Donald opened-up his belly the MOMENT he got elected as the next president. He did not tally too long on “ politically correctness” to expose where his TRUE priorities lies first and foremost- NOT the American people who voted for him- but rather the JEWS and ISRAEL who controls him.
One must ponder about Donald’s real motives. Is he not just another appointee from the Caballah in a neat “Bad cop-Good cop” conspiracy?  This is an old, old trick by the Zionists..nothing new. Was Obama not appointed as the “Bad Cop”- and then replaced by Donald as the “Good Cop” again? Was the American populace taken for a Jimmy again?  Politics is a dirty game- and the fact that Donald represent the Republican Party- who ALSO is bank-rolled by the Jews- makes some eyebrows raise. Further-more did Donald proclaim he will be a president for “ all Americans.” That sounds sweet and patriotic- REAL Facebook sh*t! BUT does that mean Donald will endorse sinful cultures such as Homosexuality, Abortion, Diversity, mixed marriages, etc too?
FOR INSTANCE: Elton John and his longtime boyfriend, David Furnish, entered a civil partnership on Dec. 21, 2005, in England under a law the country had just enacted granting recognition to same-sex couples. The congratulations poured in as the two men appeared at a joyous ceremony at Windsor Guildhall, amid a crush of paparazzi. Donald J. Trump, who had known the couple for years, took to his blog to express his excitement. “I know both of them, and they get along wonderfully. It’s a marriage that’s going to work,” Mr. Trump wrote, adding: “I’m very happy for them. If two people dig each other, they dig each other.” Transgender people should “use the bathroom they feel is appropriate,” Mr. Trump said, putting him at odds with a majority of Republicans in North Carolina.
But it is his views on gay rights and gay people that most distinguish Mr. Trump from previous Republican standard-bearers. He has nurtured long friendships with gay people, employed gay workers in prominent positions, and moved with ease in industries where gays have long exerted influence, like entertainment. “He will be the most gay-friendly Republican nominee for president ever,” said Gregory T. Angelo, the president of the Log Cabin Republicans, a group that supports gay rights.
Of course, Mr. Trump is not as embracing of gay rights as the Democratic candidates are; he said during this campaign that he believes that marriage is between a man and a woman, a position he has held since at least 2000,when he briefly flirted with a bid for the presidency. But he does not emphasize marriage as an issue, and he makes no mention of it, for example, on his campaign website, which focuses on issues like immigration and trade.
Mr. Trump is now the leading candidate for president in the Republican primary, which has traditionally been dominated by hopefuls eager to show how deeply conservative they are on social issues like gay rights and marriage.But Mr. Trump is far more accepting of sexual minorities than his party’s leaders have been. On Thursday, he startled some Republicans by saying on NBC’s “Today” show that he opposed a recently passed North Carolina law that prohibits people from using public bathrooms that do not correspond to the gender they were born with, striking down a Charlotte ordinance. (Link)

Will that include the influx of Mexicans and Arab Muslims too? Will Donald ever order an audit on the greedy and devious Federal Reserve- the bastion of perdition that is impoverishing the American dream and lending BILLIONS of dollars  INTEREST FREE to Jew banks across the globe as well? Will Donald withdraw American support to ISIS in the Middle- East and withdraw all American troops which forms part of NATO threatening the Russian border as well? Will he order a full investigation into the 9/11 massacre as well? Will he order an audit into the Clinton Foundation and arrest Hillary for the e-mail breaches as well? Will he investigate the Benghazi affair? 

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What I heard was a business tycoon speaking- speaking of economics and business- which- to a certain point are good. BUT I NEVER heard Donald talking about supporting CHRISTIANS–  or even white South Africans and a word about the white genocide happening there the same way he idolizes the Jews and Israel. He emphasized that Israel is a Zionist state and will stay a Zionist state. How quaint! What does Donald then implicate by this phrase of him? What Donald will do for the white American- and what his agenda is for a future America and world politics will only be determent as time goes by. BUT what I have heard so-far only raised my suspicions about his true “appointment “– and I expect certain hidden agendas. Our news-site supported Donald all the way during his campaign- thus what I said here is my personal opinion- and not necessarily that of our Editor or other staff members. BUT then again- you decide were Donald’s real priorities lies- with the American people- or solely with the interests of the Jewish masters again. My opinion is that America will still be ruled by the Jews-taxed by the Jews..and impoverished by the Jews…. just in another figure-head appointee who will continue in a “nicer” way to screw you than the previous despot did. Once his arse lands on that oval chair all “niceties” and smiles will be gone – and it will be back to good ol’ New World Order business as usual. All the media “demonizing” of Trump  was just another false flag smoke screen to pull the wool over the American peoples’ eyes.  BUT screw you they will screw you. SO- IF it happens that Trump will be fighting for the white Christian and be a good leader for the white nation at all- then God SURELY are using some strange ways in fulfilling His plan.

Go Figure!
OBTW- Before I forget….We still are waiting for that promised exodus of Coke-sniffers and deranged racists that “promised” they will leave if Donald Trump becomes president. AND we still are waiting. Whoopi Goldberg.Sameul JacksonAntonio BanderasMiley Cirus Kim Kardashian and Kanye West ….(Link) -cock-sucking Madonna….CherOprah WinfreyAngela JolieWill SmithWHERE ARE YOU???? Canada is awaiting your immigration applications! BUT BEWARE.….A Canadian militia seems to have taken Donald Trump’s victory very seriously fearing hundreds of thousands of illegal Americans (and celebs) could try to cross the border.(Link)
HOWEVER There is still hope for all ye  Hollywood Coke junkies and liberal Zerks if you cannot jump fence at the Canadian borderTrump Airlines has received many requests to begin services to Africa and Mexico after he was elected as the next President. The Vice President for Trump Airlines announced this morning that TA will be giving away one way tickets to The Motherland and El Chapo’s World but they will not be offering return flights. Trump Airlines is known for their discount rates and now they’ll be the only airline that only sells one way flights to a location. (Link)

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