Pew Global Research: US’ International Reputation Surges Back Under Biden

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President Biden has promised the world that “America is back.”
As he takes his first trip abroad as president, a Pew Research Center global survey released Thursday shows that many in advanced economies believe it.
Trust in the U.S. president fell to historic lows in most countries surveyed during Donald Trump’s presidency, according to Pew.
Under Biden, it has soared. In the 12 countries surveyed both this year and last, a median of 75 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Biden to “do the right thing regarding world affairs,” Pew found, compared with 17 percent for Trump last year. Sixty-two percent of respondents now have a favorable view of the United States vs. 34 percent at the end of Trump’s presidency.
“The election of Joe Biden as president has led to a dramatic shift in America’s international image,” the Pew report reads.
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The findings come a day after Biden touched down in England on the first leg of a whirlwind trip through Europe. On his agenda: a meeting of the Group of Seven nations in Cornwall, a NATO summit in Brussels, and tête-à-têtes with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Biden’s personal diplomacy to be tested by allies — and one adversary — on his first trip abroad
In an op-ed in The Washington Post, Biden cast his voyage as a sort of redemption tour — a chance to revitalize the nation’s strained alliances and rally like-minded democracies to “meet the challenges and deter the threats of this new age.”
The Pew findings suggest that he will encounter leaders whose publics are confident in his leadership and supportive of key foreign policy priorities.
Results of a 2021 Pew Research Center survey compare President Biden and President Donald Trump's traits. (Pew Research Center)
The United States’ favorability rating grew at least 23 percentage points from last year in France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, and a majority of respondents in all four view the country positively.
Among all 16 publics surveyed this spring, German Chancellor Angela Merkel ranks just ahead of Biden in the percentage of respondents who said they trust the leader’s decision-making on world affairs, with a median score of 77 percent. But Biden, with 74 percent, garnered higher rates of confidence than French President Emmanuel Macron, Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“In many cases, however, the share who have confidence in Biden is not as high as the share who had confidence in [President Barack] Obama at the start or end of his presidency,” the Pew report notes.
Findings from a 2021 Pew Research Center survey show confidence ratings for five world leaders. (Pew Research Center)
A median of 89 percent of people approved of the United States rejoining the World Health Organization, and a median of 85 percent supported the United States rejoining the Paris climate agreement. Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement was widely criticized among advanced economies. Since taking office, Biden has sought to position the United States as a global leader in fighting climate change.
Perceptions of the United States’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic have also improved. Still, among all the publics surveyed, a median of 37 percent think the United States has done a good job. Many rate the United States below Germany, the WHO, China and the European Union in terms of pandemic response.
Biden says he will raise refugee limit from 15,000 to 62,500, after widespread criticism for extending Trump-era levels
And signs of skepticism about the United States’ dependability remain.
Among the 16 publics Pew surveyed in 2021, majorities or pluralities described the United States as a “somewhat reliable” partner. The proportion of respondents who said the United States is “very reliable” was below 20 percent in every place.
And with the United States having the highest coronavirus death toll in the world, a divided nation still licking its wounds after the Jan. 6 insurrection and Trump still wielding political clout, the image of American democracy appears to have taken a lasting hit.
Attitudes are mixed about how well the U.S. political system functions, and in most surveyed publics, less than 10 percent of respondents said it works very well.
“Publics in the advanced economies surveyed are largely skeptical that democracy in the U.S. is a good example for other countries to follow,” the report reads.
Majorities in most places think the United States “used to be a good example, but has not been in recent years,” while up to about a quarter reject the notion that it has ever been a model democracy. Young people were particularly skeptical in about half of places surveyed.
Results of a Pew Research Center survey in spring 2021 show divided opinions on the efficacy of the U.S. political system. (Pew Research Center)
Most people surveyed continued to say the United States doesn’t factor the interests of countries like theirs into foreign policy decisions, although attitudes across Europe vary.
A majority of respondents in Asian-Pacific regions also said the United States discounts their interests, with the exception of Japan. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was the first foreign leader Biden hosted at the White House.
NATO, meanwhile, has a median favorability rating of 61 percent, and positive views of the alliance are “at or near all-time highs across several member states,” the Pew report reads.
It’s a finding that will hearten leaders, including Biden, who seek to breathe fresh life into NATO next week. The alliance took a beating in recent years when Trump threatened to pull out of it and Macron declared that it was experiencing “brain death.”
Pew said its 2021 findings on the United States’ international image were based on data from nationally representative surveys of more than 16,000 adults in 16 advanced economies conducted over the phone from March to May. Findings related to the coronavirus pandemic also incorporated a survey of about 2,600 U.S. adults conducted in February 2021 using Pew’s American Trends Panel.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/06/10/pew-global-approval-biden-us/
 
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Of course his approval in the world is up - he lifted sanctions on the russian pipeline into Germany, he is lifting oil sanctions on Iran and he has bent over and continues to deep throat china. every country loves him cause he screws the U.S. at every turn and doesn't tweet mean things.

Screw that old mashed potato brain traitor and the traitorous whore.
 

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Way to go, Joe!...


President Biden has promised the world that “America is back.”
As he takes his first trip abroad as president, a Pew Research Center global survey released Thursday shows that many in advanced economies believe it.
Trust in the U.S. president fell to historic lows in most countries surveyed during Donald Trump’s presidency, according to Pew.
Under Biden, it has soared. In the 12 countries surveyed both this year and last, a median of 75 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Biden to “do the right thing regarding world affairs,” Pew found, compared with 17 percent for Trump last year. Sixty-two percent of respondents now have a favorable view of the United States vs. 34 percent at the end of Trump’s presidency.
“The election of Joe Biden as president has led to a dramatic shift in America’s international image,” the Pew report reads.
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The findings come a day after Biden touched down in England on the first leg of a whirlwind trip through Europe. On his agenda: a meeting of the Group of Seven nations in Cornwall, a NATO summit in Brussels, and tête-à-têtes with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Biden’s personal diplomacy to be tested by allies — and one adversary — on his first trip abroad
In an op-ed in The Washington Post, Biden cast his voyage as a sort of redemption tour — a chance to revitalize the nation’s strained alliances and rally like-minded democracies to “meet the challenges and deter the threats of this new age.”
The Pew findings suggest that he will encounter leaders whose publics are confident in his leadership and supportive of key foreign policy priorities.
Results of a 2021 Pew Research Center survey compare President Biden and President Donald Trump's traits. (Pew Research Center)
The United States’ favorability rating grew at least 23 percentage points from last year in France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, and a majority of respondents in all four view the country positively.
Among all 16 publics surveyed this spring, German Chancellor Angela Merkel ranks just ahead of Biden in the percentage of respondents who said they trust the leader’s decision-making on world affairs, with a median score of 77 percent. But Biden, with 74 percent, garnered higher rates of confidence than French President Emmanuel Macron, Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“In many cases, however, the share who have confidence in Biden is not as high as the share who had confidence in [President Barack] Obama at the start or end of his presidency,” the Pew report notes.
Findings from a 2021 Pew Research Center survey show confidence ratings for five world leaders. (Pew Research Center)
A median of 89 percent of people approved of the United States rejoining the World Health Organization, and a median of 85 percent supported the United States rejoining the Paris climate agreement. Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement was widely criticized among advanced economies. Since taking office, Biden has sought to position the United States as a global leader in fighting climate change.
Perceptions of the United States’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic have also improved. Still, among all the publics surveyed, a median of 37 percent think the United States has done a good job. Many rate the United States below Germany, the WHO, China and the European Union in terms of pandemic response.
Biden says he will raise refugee limit from 15,000 to 62,500, after widespread criticism for extending Trump-era levels
And signs of skepticism about the United States’ dependability remain.
Among the 16 publics Pew surveyed in 2021, majorities or pluralities described the United States as a “somewhat reliable” partner. The proportion of respondents who said the United States is “very reliable” was below 20 percent in every place.
And with the United States having the highest coronavirus death toll in the world, a divided nation still licking its wounds after the Jan. 6 insurrection and Trump still wielding political clout, the image of American democracy appears to have taken a lasting hit.
Attitudes are mixed about how well the U.S. political system functions, and in most surveyed publics, less than 10 percent of respondents said it works very well.
“Publics in the advanced economies surveyed are largely skeptical that democracy in the U.S. is a good example for other countries to follow,” the report reads.
Majorities in most places think the United States “used to be a good example, but has not been in recent years,” while up to about a quarter reject the notion that it has ever been a model democracy. Young people were particularly skeptical in about half of places surveyed.
Results of a Pew Research Center survey in spring 2021 show divided opinions on the efficacy of the U.S. political system. (Pew Research Center)
Most people surveyed continued to say the United States doesn’t factor the interests of countries like theirs into foreign policy decisions, although attitudes across Europe vary.
A majority of respondents in Asian-Pacific regions also said the United States discounts their interests, with the exception of Japan. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was the first foreign leader Biden hosted at the White House.
NATO, meanwhile, has a median favorability rating of 61 percent, and positive views of the alliance are “at or near all-time highs across several member states,” the Pew report reads.
It’s a finding that will hearten leaders, including Biden, who seek to breathe fresh life into NATO next week. The alliance took a beating in recent years when Trump threatened to pull out of it and Macron declared that it was experiencing “brain death.”
Pew said its 2021 findings on the United States’ international image were based on data from nationally representative surveys of more than 16,000 adults in 16 advanced economies conducted over the phone from March to May. Findings related to the coronavirus pandemic also incorporated a survey of about 2,600 U.S. adults conducted in February 2021 using Pew’s American Trends Panel.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/06/10/pew-global-approval-biden-us/
Returning to being the world's ATM and they like that? Who knew that would happen?
 

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Returning to being the world's ATM and they like that? Who knew that would happen?
But as much as the Biden White House may want to turn the page from Trump's tenure, U.S. foreign policy at large has remained relatively static. With the notable exception of cutting off U.S. military support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen and extending the New START agreement with Russia, Biden's foreign policy is more similar to Trump's

 
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If you manage to piss off the “international community” (just like the Marxist’s), it means you’re doing something right. The goal is not to be liked….but respected.
 
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If you manage to piss off the “international community” (just like the Marxist’s), it means you’re doing something right. The goal is not to be liked….but respected.
Ah, yes. Being seen as untrustworthy and incompetent to our closest economic and cultural allies is really the accomplishment. Brilliant thinking.
 
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But as much as the Biden White House may want to turn the page from Trump's tenure, U.S. foreign policy at large has remained relatively static. With the notable exception of cutting off U.S. military support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen and extending the New START agreement with Russia, Biden's foreign policy is more similar to Trump's


Nice link to an opinion piece.

I asked you in another thread but I would like you to please provide evidence of how the Trump children "used the office itself to grift and rob the taxpayers"?

Do you mean grift like when obama gave a friend with Solyndra $535 million and they then went bankrupt? And the US gov't never got a dime back from them?
 
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Nice link to an opinion piece.

I asked you in another thread but I would like you to please provide evidence of how the Trump children "used the office itself to grift and rob the taxpayers"?

Do you mean grift like when obama gave a friend with Solyndra $535 million and they then went bankrupt? And the US gov't never got a dime back from them?
The Emoluments Clause of our Constitution was just too inconvenient for these scumbags follow, as it would have interrupted robbing others (in this case taxpayers) blind...



 
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Drop in the bucket compared to obama family vacations.



Is that all the grift you got hidden up your sleeve? The fact that the Trump's own the property and stay for free and only the secret service was charged for the rooms bothers you. I'm sure BDD donating his salary for four years as President counters the expense.
 

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Drop in the bucket compared to obama family vacations.



Is that all the grift you got hidden up your sleeve? The fact that the Trump's own the property and stay for free and only the secret service was charged for the rooms bothers you. I'm sure BDD donating his salary for four years as President counters the expense.
The lengths you will stretch yourself to let your cult leader shit on The Constitution for profit is impressive.
 

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The lengths you will stretch yourself to let your cult leader shit on The Constitution for profit is impressive.
your boy barry was worth $1.3 million entering the WH and left worth 30 times that amount. Talk about grifting the American people and libs like you licked it up with a spoon.


Oh and nice white flag.
 

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The Emoluments Clause of our Constitution was just too inconvenient for these scumbags follow, as it would have interrupted robbing others (in this case taxpayers) blind...



"The presidency should not be a money-making operation," Raskin said.

Does he feel the same about The Big Guy and his crackhead kid?
 

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your boy barry was worth $1.3 million entering the WH and left worth 30 times that amount. Talk about grifting the American people and libs like you licked it up with a spoon.


Oh and nice white flag.
tenor.gif

That lazy sack of crap is a complete embarrassment and the definition of getting wealthy due to his office tenure. His experience consisted of being a two bit community organizer and partial term senator before his ascension. Conversely, Trump’s NW dropped by 30% during his time of volunteering for political service, not a business decision but a patriotic one.
 
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your boy barry was worth $1.3 million entering the WH and left worth 30 times that amount. Talk about grifting the American people and libs like you licked it up with a spoon.


Oh and nice white flag.
Oh, so like every President who isn’t ripping off taxpayers by his family vacationing?
 

dustinator

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Oh, so like every President who isn’t ripping off taxpayers by his family vacationing?
That's still not an answer to my original question on your comment.

Please cite examples of the BDD's kids grifting and ripping off taxpayers? Trying to say that the taxpayers covering the secret service hotel costs are done by every president (per your post) negates your previous post.

So back up your claim or shut the fvck up!
 

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Way to go, Joe!...


President Biden has promised the world that “America is back.”
As he takes his first trip abroad as president, a Pew Research Center global survey released Thursday shows that many in advanced economies believe it.
Trust in the U.S. president fell to historic lows in most countries surveyed during Donald Trump’s presidency, according to Pew.
Under Biden, it has soared. In the 12 countries surveyed both this year and last, a median of 75 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Biden to “do the right thing regarding world affairs,” Pew found, compared with 17 percent for Trump last year. Sixty-two percent of respondents now have a favorable view of the United States vs. 34 percent at the end of Trump’s presidency.
“The election of Joe Biden as president has led to a dramatic shift in America’s international image,” the Pew report reads.
ADVERTISING
The findings come a day after Biden touched down in England on the first leg of a whirlwind trip through Europe. On his agenda: a meeting of the Group of Seven nations in Cornwall, a NATO summit in Brussels, and tête-à-têtes with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Biden’s personal diplomacy to be tested by allies — and one adversary — on his first trip abroad
In an op-ed in The Washington Post, Biden cast his voyage as a sort of redemption tour — a chance to revitalize the nation’s strained alliances and rally like-minded democracies to “meet the challenges and deter the threats of this new age.”
The Pew findings suggest that he will encounter leaders whose publics are confident in his leadership and supportive of key foreign policy priorities.
Results of a 2021 Pew Research Center survey compare President Biden and President Donald Trump's traits. (Pew Research Center)
The United States’ favorability rating grew at least 23 percentage points from last year in France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, and a majority of respondents in all four view the country positively.
Among all 16 publics surveyed this spring, German Chancellor Angela Merkel ranks just ahead of Biden in the percentage of respondents who said they trust the leader’s decision-making on world affairs, with a median score of 77 percent. But Biden, with 74 percent, garnered higher rates of confidence than French President Emmanuel Macron, Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“In many cases, however, the share who have confidence in Biden is not as high as the share who had confidence in [President Barack] Obama at the start or end of his presidency,” the Pew report notes.
Findings from a 2021 Pew Research Center survey show confidence ratings for five world leaders. (Pew Research Center)
A median of 89 percent of people approved of the United States rejoining the World Health Organization, and a median of 85 percent supported the United States rejoining the Paris climate agreement. Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement was widely criticized among advanced economies. Since taking office, Biden has sought to position the United States as a global leader in fighting climate change.
Perceptions of the United States’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic have also improved. Still, among all the publics surveyed, a median of 37 percent think the United States has done a good job. Many rate the United States below Germany, the WHO, China and the European Union in terms of pandemic response.
Biden says he will raise refugee limit from 15,000 to 62,500, after widespread criticism for extending Trump-era levels
And signs of skepticism about the United States’ dependability remain.
Among the 16 publics Pew surveyed in 2021, majorities or pluralities described the United States as a “somewhat reliable” partner. The proportion of respondents who said the United States is “very reliable” was below 20 percent in every place.
And with the United States having the highest coronavirus death toll in the world, a divided nation still licking its wounds after the Jan. 6 insurrection and Trump still wielding political clout, the image of American democracy appears to have taken a lasting hit.
Attitudes are mixed about how well the U.S. political system functions, and in most surveyed publics, less than 10 percent of respondents said it works very well.
“Publics in the advanced economies surveyed are largely skeptical that democracy in the U.S. is a good example for other countries to follow,” the report reads.
Majorities in most places think the United States “used to be a good example, but has not been in recent years,” while up to about a quarter reject the notion that it has ever been a model democracy. Young people were particularly skeptical in about half of places surveyed.
Results of a Pew Research Center survey in spring 2021 show divided opinions on the efficacy of the U.S. political system. (Pew Research Center)
Most people surveyed continued to say the United States doesn’t factor the interests of countries like theirs into foreign policy decisions, although attitudes across Europe vary.
A majority of respondents in Asian-Pacific regions also said the United States discounts their interests, with the exception of Japan. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was the first foreign leader Biden hosted at the White House.
NATO, meanwhile, has a median favorability rating of 61 percent, and positive views of the alliance are “at or near all-time highs across several member states,” the Pew report reads.
It’s a finding that will hearten leaders, including Biden, who seek to breathe fresh life into NATO next week. The alliance took a beating in recent years when Trump threatened to pull out of it and Macron declared that it was experiencing “brain death.”
Pew said its 2021 findings on the United States’ international image were based on data from nationally representative surveys of more than 16,000 adults in 16 advanced economies conducted over the phone from March to May. Findings related to the coronavirus pandemic also incorporated a survey of about 2,600 U.S. adults conducted in February 2021 using Pew’s American Trends Panel.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/06/10/pew-global-approval-biden-us/

Fvck America and its interests...so long as "they" like us, right?

You are a sheep.
 

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But as much as the Biden White House may want to turn the page from Trump's tenure, U.S. foreign policy at large has remained relatively static. With the notable exception of cutting off U.S. military support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen and extending the New START agreement with Russia, Biden's foreign policy is more similar to Trump's


Horse shit. The foreign policies are not similar at all. The intimation made in the two sentences that you quoted are ridiculous and they are blatantly untrue.
 
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That's still not an answer to my original question on your comment.

Please cite examples of the BDD's kids grifting and ripping off taxpayers? Trying to say that the taxpayers covering the secret service hotel costs are done by every president (per your post) negates your previous post.

So back up your claim or shut the fvck up!
AT Trump properties! Are you borderline illiterate or don’t understand the Emoluments Clause?
 

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Horse shit. The foreign policies are not similar at all. The intimation made in the two sentences that you quoted are ridiculous and they are blatantly untrue.
In tone only. Except Biden is actually extracting us from Yemen and Afghanistan while Trump was all talk, besides abandoning the Kurds as Daddy Putin wanted.
 

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AT Trump properties! Are you borderline illiterate or don’t understand the Emoluments Clause?

If the person being protected decides to stay at a Radisson, then so does the Secret Service on the taxpayers dime. If the Trump's stay at a Trump-owned property (at no cost to them or the taxpayers), then the secret service will stay at a Trump property.

Pretty simple but your lib feathers are ruffled because this is all you have to prove the 'grift'. I've cited a couple of articles on the amount of money obama & family grifted from the American taxpayers - but because barry is sorry ass democrat lib (like yourself) , you chose to ignore. Typical of your kind of sheep.
 

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In tone only. Except Biden is actually extracting us from Yemen and Afghanistan while Trump was all talk, besides abandoning the Kurds as Daddy Putin wanted.

Oops...you accidentally cited another difference in their foreign policy (Syria).

Our posture towards Iran has completely changed as it has towards Israel. We also are NOT competing with China....apparently...according to Joe.

The differences are almost impossible to list. To pretend otherwise is absurd. You can say you like the jello eating idiots foreign policy better if you like but you absolutely cannot pretend like very little has changed.
 
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Read the articles I linked. Junior in Vancouver being the biggest debacle. I promise reading won’t hurt you!

Still haven't read them. I'm willing to give you only so much of my valuable time.

So, having secret service protection made them grifters? Is that the gist?

If you have the goods, I'm not sure why you won't just tell us here rather than linking some propaganda pieces.
 
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He can't so he is making his stand on vacations.
Billing the Secret Service for staying at Trump properties, a violation of the Emoluments Clause in our Constitution: using the office to enrich the family business via the taxpayer. It’s so hard to imagine cult daddy was shady and corrupt, I know.

And then there’s the Trump crime family campaign money laundering operations:

 
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Another opinion piece written by a mad lib, but not one actual filed charge by a court of law.

You want to discuss the somali paying her husband (not her brother this time) millions?

Or Talib using campaign funds for personal debt?

These two ragheads are the real grifters but you can't say that because they use 'the women of color' shield.
 

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Another opinion piece written by a mad lib, but not one actual filed charge by a court of law.

You want to discuss the somali paying her husband (not her brother this time) millions?

Or Talib using campaign funds for personal debt?

These two ragheads are the real grifters but you can't say that because they use 'the women of color' shield.

You mean the woke libs do elect them instead of reject them?

Are you sure? Because I have it on good authority from our resident dipshit that the opposite is actually true.
 

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Another opinion piece written by a mad lib, but not one actual filed charge by a court of law.

You want to discuss the somali paying her husband (not her brother this time) millions?

Or Talib using campaign funds for personal debt?

These two ragheads are the real grifters but you can't say that because they use 'the women of color' shield.
Democrats in Congress took care of the unethical use of campaign cash. GOP can’t seem to even spell “ethics” with their own members. But wake me when a Dem President is siphoning taxpayer money into a family business in violation of The Constitution’s Emoluments Clause. It’s desperate and poorly reasoned whataboutism
 

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Democrats in Congress took care of the unethical use of campaign cash. GOP can’t seem to even spell “ethics” with their own members. But wake me when a Dem President is siphoning taxpayer money into a family business in violation of The Constitution’s Emoluments Clause. It’s desperate and poorly reasoned whataboutism

You simply cannot be this stupid. If you actually believe any significant number of politicians are NOT dirty AF, you are a simpleton. Well, more of a simpleton than we first believed.
 

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But wake me when a Dem President is siphoning taxpayer money into a family business...
I'll grant you that but can you name one democratic President that had a business before entering public office? Since the 70's, they are all residents of the swamp that live off the taxpayers dime (see puddin head's 47 years in Washington). And the whole time, their family uses the relationship to get rich (see puddin head's sister, brother and coked out son).
 

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You simply cannot be this stupid. If you actually believe any significant number of politicians are NOT dirty AF, you are a simpleton. Well, more of a simpleton than we first believed.
Trump = Commits a highly unethical and indefensible violation of The Constitution.

Cult Response = But others do bad things!
 

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I'll grant you that but can you name one democratic President that had a business before entering public office? Since the 70's, they are all residents of the swamp that live off the taxpayers dime (see puddin head's 47 years in Washington). And the whole time, their family uses the relationship to get rich (see puddin head's sister, brother and coked out son).

The last two Democrats in the oval became millionaires while in an elected office. More accurately, because they were in an elected office.

Bill Clinton married money but he and that bitch became MUCH wealthier due to their "public service."

Jimmy Carter was the last principled Democrat to be elected POTUS. And he was absolutely incapable of doing anything worthwhile due to paralysis by analysis.
 

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The Emoluments Clause of our Constitution was just too inconvenient for these scumbags follow, as it would have interrupted robbing others (in this case taxpayers) blind...



It burns LOLOL