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Postwolfscry on Mon 30 Jan 2017, 2:00 pm

For the first time in his presidency, Donald Trump is facing significant criticism from Republican officials and conservative groups who are rattled by his ban on immigrants and refugees from Muslim-majority nations, questioning his domestic policy agenda and worrying about what steps the New York billionaire might take next in the name of nationalism.


The wave of criticism marks the end of a startlingly brief honeymoon period for a new President who has been in office for scarcely a week, and even set the White House on defense as it backtracked on the ban applying to green-card holders. And while much of the blowback was driven by Trump’s immigration orders, the controversial plans he has on the horizon suggest the rest of his term could be just as rocky.


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PostWebtech on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 1:10 am

Trump should be sure what he wants to achieve. Criticism or not, man must still have enemies.

Thats my opinion.
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PostLoveth on Sat 04 Feb 2017, 7:39 am

@Webtech wrote:Trump should be sure what he wants to achieve. Criticism or not, man must still have enemies.

Thats my opinion.

republicans are behind Trump. Only handful of them are against him.


That was how I was caught with an "expo" in an Exam hall, Students were shouting Chop am, Swallow am, thinking it was a Small paper, Not knowing it was Ababio.

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