Will President Trump resign?

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    I feel like we are getting closer and closer to something with each passing week.
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    It seems pretty clear that the media onslaught does find traction with some.

    To others it just serves to prove how messed up we were becoming and reinforces that conventional political and conventional politicians were not the answer. Our country needs balance and counterbalance. We have swung back the other way and there is a group among us that can't stand it. As liberals do, they strive to help the poor, but don't, talk about hitting the wealthy, but don't and beat down the traditional middle class in the process with more government waste. The middle class spoke in November, and we are not backing down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doomer View Post
    It seems pretty clear that the media onslaught does find traction with some.

    To others it just serves to prove how messed up we were becoming and reinforces that conventional political and conventional politicians were not the answer. Our country needs balance and counterbalance. We have swung back the other way and there is a group among us that can't stand it. As liberals do, they strive to help the poor, but don't, talk about hitting the wealthy, but don't and beat down the traditional middle class in the process with more government waste. The middle class spoke in November, and we are not backing down.
    The Democrats have pretty much forsaken the middle class and it's too early to tell about the Trump regime. I'm not very optimistic though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4chs View Post
    The Democrats have pretty much forsaken the middle class and it's too early to tell about the Trump regime. I'm not very optimistic though.
    Maybe they will just let things work. I was sitting in a meeting with some people of importance to our state today, and discussion was of public-funded scholarship availability. The funds are there for the poor, and there are funds for the wealthy - if they even need it, but those in the middle are left out. There will be proposed changes to make more funds available to all. That is encouraging.

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    Personally I think the constant drumbeat of the liberals and their press allies on Russian this & Russian that is starting to wear thin with the general public. Reminds me of the "Little Boy Who Cried Wolf", and I for one hope they continue their ceaseless rantings.

    If there's something there, then let's deal with it; but otherwise they'll continue to sink their own ship with the voting public. Loving it when the Lefties hope for the future is an aging Socialist, the washed up Clintons & hoping for a third term for Obama!!

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