Place Your Bet, Will Trump Resign Before Election?

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    Aug 03, 2016 12:05 PM GMT
    My bet is YES.
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    Aug 03, 2016 12:32 PM GMT
    I'd bet no. My money is on us seeing high profile elected Republicans revoke their endorsements.
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    Aug 03, 2016 1:23 PM GMT
    unlikely
    he has inserted Trump Inc. into his campaign. Trump's self funding includes payments make to family and his business. This will continue if he is elected.
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    Aug 03, 2016 4:04 PM GMT
    Wagering on a guy who welshes on wages?

    Doesn't sound like a good idea to me. Let's guess lottery numbers instead.

    This monster "wins" though destruction. He makes money by bankrupting. So he's the only one who gains, not his employees who relocated or passed on other opportunities to work with him only to wind up shit out of casino luck without their wages, not the contractors who helped him build the casino but who he'd later stiff of their earned billings, not his backers who wind up face-fucked out of the full face value of their bonds.

    What made anyone think he'd treat politics any differently than he does his business? Yet typical of Republicans who sell their soul for a chance to win at craps, to play in that casino, to risk it all, to deal with that devil as they've done against black people, as they did against us, they couldn't have been more accommodating to this piece of shit who is now smelling up their house. What to do?

    I suggest they crack a window. Like you do in a car when one of your passengers has silently farted. Or in this case I'd open a seacock. Let that burning ship sink with its captain aboard and then see what you can salvage. If you try to outright oust him, those sucking tentacles of his will shred the ship. If he wins the election, you lose your Black Pearl. So whether or not he abandons ship, I vote sink & salvage and hope he swims away.

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    Meanwhile....

    http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/senior-gop-officials-exploring-options-trump-drops/story?id=41089609Republican officials are exploring how to handle a scenario that would be unthinkable in a normal election year: What would happen if the party's presidential nominee dropped out?

    ...One Republican legal expert has advised party officials that, for practical reasons, Trump would have to drop out by early September to give the party enough time to choose his replacement and get the next nominee's name on the ballot in enough states to win.

    Here is what the RNC's bylaws say about filling a vacancy on a presidential ticket:

    Rule No. 9: Filling Vacancies in Nominations...
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    Aug 03, 2016 8:24 PM GMT

    ^What happens when the overwrought narcissist removes himself? The vortex opens and the pure evil troll jumps in...........


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    Aug 03, 2016 8:44 PM GMT
    Narcissists and megalomaniacs have their own alternate reality, and they generally don't know when to quit. So, I don't think the Donald will ever consider relinquishing his presidential candidacy. Now, he's already saying that he's concerned that the general election may be" rigged." In reality, what he's doing is he's preparing for a potential loss in case that happens (which is very likely), so he's hedging and creating an environment where he could claim later on that he lost because the general election was rigged. I had previously thought that Trump might have been self-destructing because he was afraid of winning the general election and taking on the enormous responsibility of the presidency. I have since thought about that, and I have come to the conclusion that Trump was just being plain crazy.
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    Aug 03, 2016 8:52 PM GMT
    How many of you have reached the success that Trump has?

    Exactly!

    He'll be just fine
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    Aug 03, 2016 8:54 PM GMT
    DOMINUS saidNarcissists and megalomaniacs have their own alternate reality, and they generally don't know when to quit. So, I don't think the Donald will ever consider relinquishing his presidential candidacy. Now, he's already saying that he's concerned that the general election may be" rigged." In reality, what's he's doing is he's preparing for a potential loss in case that happens (which is very likely), so he's hedging and creating an environment where he could claim later on that he lost because the general election was rigged. I had previously thought that Trump might have been self-destructing because he was afraid of winning the general election and taking on the enormous responsibility of the presidency. I have since thought about that, and I have come to the conclusion that Trump was just being plain crazy.




    We, the sane Americans, know that the election wont be rigged (unless the republicans rig the election much like they did in 2000, Gore v Bush and now Trump is "hinting" at actually rigging it himself or helpers), if republican party loses election, the fault will lie with Trumps behavior, their parties fractioning and infighting. Its typical of a sociopath to blame others and to be unemotional about it icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Aug 03, 2016 10:41 PM GMT
    2BFree saidHow many of you have reached the success that Trump has?

    Exactly!

    He'll be just fine
    If he would start acting Presidential and knock it off with all the white nationalist propaganda than he will be fine. However, I am starting to have second thoughts about this man because of his endless gaffes. He definitely needs to become more Presidential and stop acting like a bumbling bully.
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    Aug 03, 2016 10:56 PM GMT
    2BFree saidHow many of you have reached the success that Trump has?

    Exactly!

    He'll be just fine
    If you view cheating others, and not paying his debts as successful.....
  • roadbikeRob

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    Aug 03, 2016 11:09 PM GMT
    mybud said
    2BFree saidHow many of you have reached the success that Trump has?

    Exactly!

    He'll be just fine
    If you view cheating others, and not paying his debts as successful.....
    Oh put a sock in it bunk, your beloved Hillary is no damned better. Her lies, distortions, threats, and hypocrisy are very well known.
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    Aug 03, 2016 11:35 PM GMT
    DOMINUS saidNarcissists and megalomaniacs have their own alternate reality, and they generally don't know when to quit. So, I don't think the Donald will ever consider relinquishing his presidential candidacy. Now, he's already saying that he's concerned that the general election may be" rigged." In reality, what he's doing is he's preparing for a potential loss in case that happens (which is very likely), so he's hedging and creating an environment where he could claim later on that he lost because the general election was rigged. I had previously thought that Trump might have been self-destructing because he was afraid of winning the general election and taking on the enormous responsibility of the presidency. I have since thought about that, and I have come to the conclusion that Trump was just being plain crazy.


    He certainly likes a conspiracy theory.
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    Aug 03, 2016 11:56 PM GMT
    By Dana Bash and Stephen Collinson, CNN
    Updated 7:12 PM EDT, Wed August 03, 2016
    The campaign is doing really well. It's never been so well united. It's the best in terms of being united since we began. We are doing incredibly well," Trump said