Poll: How long will Trump be President?

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Poll: How long will Trump be President?

Poll closed Jun 25, 2017.
  1. Up to 1 year (inaugurated 20 Jan 2017)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. Up to 2 years

    6 vote(s)
    40.0%
  3. Up to 3 years

    2 vote(s)
    13.3%
  4. Up to 4 years (fulll term)

    4 vote(s)
    26.7%
  5. 2 full terms (8 years)

    3 vote(s)
    20.0%
  1. Captain Dart

    Captain Dart Well-Known Member

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    Is it getting close to impeachment time?
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  2. Si80

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    I think he'll make a full term cos whilst some Yanks think he's a fucking jeb, theirs plenty think he's awesome. Murica, FUCK YEAH and all that...
     
  3. clint van damme

    clint van damme Well-Known Member

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    can't see him going the full term and don't think he wants to.
    Don't think he realised what a big job POTUS is and on top of that he's got all the scandal surrounding him.
     
  4. Captain Dart

    Captain Dart Well-Known Member

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    I reckon he will be impeached for attempting to obstruct justice, the establishment are building the case right now.
    In another 6 months they'll strike, then it will take a year to get it through the courts. Notice VP Pence is keeping his head well down.
     
  5. Otis

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    It may take 6 months and then another year, but if found guilty of obstruction just how quickly into office did he fook things up?

    Incredibly early into his tenure you would have said. Think that's the arrogance of the man. He just does things the Donald Trump way and in the past has just run rough shod over anyone and anything to get hat he wants.
     
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    In America its amazing how far money will get you. It might stick and he'll be out in the 2 years or he might get away with it. Could be an inside asassination job though.
     
  7. Captain Dart

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    disturbing..
     
  8. Otis

    Otis Well-Known Member

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    Nothing about Trump surprises me to be honest.

    The bloke doesn't live in the real world.
     
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  9. clint van damme

    clint van damme Well-Known Member

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    it's frightening. The man is clearly emotionally unstable.
     
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  10. Otis

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    He has his own way of talking, communicating and behaving with people and it's off kilter with the real world out there. I think all he has known is privilege and getting his own way.
     
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    In all seriousness I think he has mental health issues. Do they not have anything in their constitution about being fit for office? They should give him an assessment, sure he wouldn't get the all clear.
     
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  12. Astute

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    You missed out a choice on the poll.

    I would have voted for Too long if the choice was there.
     
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  13. Captain Dart

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    PMSL
     
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    Johnnythespider Well-Known Member

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    Always a dangerous combination Otis
    I give him 18 months, he will either be removed legally or bumped off.
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    I think he's just a spoilt rich kid used to getting his own way. In that respect he hasn't changed with age. Mentally he's still a spoilt rich kid used to getting his own way and still behaves as such.
     
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    skybluetony176 Well-Known Member

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    Some redneck will do it when there's still no sign of the wall.
     
  17. Captain Dart

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    The Donald takes action... he doesn't have a clue does he and his sycophantic followers still 'like' him!
     
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    25th amendment.
     
  21. chiefdave

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    He's fucked now isn't he? Can't see how these Russian emails can be swept aside.
     
  22. Sick Boy

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    It's only a matter of time, IMO. I still believe the real danger is that vile bastard, Steve Bannon.
     
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    Worryingly, he seems to be quite moderate compared to his vice president!
     
  24. clint van damme

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    there seems to be an incredible amount of shit hitting this particular fan at the minute, can't see how he can survive. The very least he's going to have do is throw his son under the bus, comes across as the sort of bloke who wouldn't think twice though.
     
  25. Sick Boy

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    Hopefully it will lead to more scrutiny of that scumbag Farage as well.
     
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    Farage:

    The controversial politician, who is a Fox News contributor, said the U.S. president has “very strong moral courage.” He added: “This guy believes he has a contact with the American people – he was elected on a ticket, on a manifesto, and come hell or high water he is going to deliver that manifesto and I think in democratic terms that’s refreshing"

    "Strong moral courage" - that is the judgement of Trump by the man who pushed for Britain to leave the EU.

    He sets a very low bar for moral...
     
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  27. Captain Dart

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    His aides don't last long though.
     
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  28. Alan Dugdales Moustache

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    in 6 months what has he actually achieved?. Uses twitter for almost wholly negative purposes, like a teenager with a chip on his shoulder.
    Won't see the term out, will self destruct , hopefully.
     
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    After the Mooch got the push Trump tweeted Great Day at the White House!

    The place is in chaos and he's oblivious.
     
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    Yeah but all the misdirection has shut down the Russian debate hasn't it!
     
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    If you read what a guy has said on reddit then he will be in the office for a year and so nothing good and nothing bad.

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    The US economy is booming whilst Britain's is in shambles.
     
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    Is it? US job growth is similar to UK, low paid insecure work in service industries. Low pay growth.
     
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    so the US economy improves and Trump gets credit even though he's only been in the job 9 months but some on here still blame Labour for the state of the UK economy even though the tories have been in power for 7 years?!!
     

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