Monday, August 24, 2015

It's All About DONALD J TRUMP 2016 GOP Presdential Candidate

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Donald Trump doesn’t claim to be a regular at Sunday services, but it doesn’t stop him from weighing in on attacks on Christianity, from the war in the Middle East to the “war on Christmas” in America.
“I go out of my way to use the word ‘Christmas,’” the real estate tycoon assured talk radio host Cliff Sims.
Sims interviewed Trump Friday on Yellowhammer Radio, prior to the candidate’s massive rally that evening in Mobile, Alabama.
(Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump would increase fees on some Mexican visas and all border crossing cards as part of a broader plan to force Mexico to pay for a wall along the southern U.S. border.
Is Trump’s proposal to end ‘birthright citizenship’ too extreme?
Donald Trump’s long-awaited position paper on immigration reform contains one point sure to get Americans talking about what makes a person an American citizen: Trump wants to end “birthright citizenship.”
The U.S. Constitution does not define the term “natural born citizen,” and the Supreme Court has never tackled this question head-on, but according to a 2011 Congressional Research Service report, persons being born “in” the United States, “even those born to alien parents” are considered natural born citizens.
Fears over a Chinese economic slump caused a bloodbath in American markets on Monday and Donald Trump is saying I told you so.'
It was not the largest event of the 2016 campaign so far, but it was close. Donald Trump's rally in Mobile, Alabama, dominated conversation in the city like few political happenings ever do. It was the small talk in bars and restaurants; it was the driver for that day's talk radio. Even liberals who had no intention of voting for Trump trickled in to see the show.
Donald Trump issued a press release Monday — that is to say, a tweet — decrying the out-of-the-gates collapse of American stock markets, which is seen by many experts as continued fallout from slides on Asian markets. Trump has been hammering on economic uncertainty for some time, in part because it serves his political goal of casting doubt on the administration of President Obama and his party.
That candidate is Donald Trump. On Monday morning, the GOP frontrunner addressed the early stock market tumble on Twitter and received thousands of retweets and favorites for messages blaming “China and Asia” for “taking the U.S. market down.”
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As I have long stated, we are so tied in with China and Asia that their markets are now taking the U.S. market down. Get smart U.S.A.

(Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said it would be hard to "rip up" the United States-led agreement with Iran on its nuclear program, but that if he was elected president he would "police that contract so tough they don't have a chance."
Trump Finally Lays Out Specifics, And On Economics They're OK
2016: Donald Trump has shown himself to be a world-class self-promoter and marketing whiz. But most voters still don't have a clue what he actually stands for -- other than himself. They need and deserve concrete answers. What policies would he enact if he were president? Just how would he "make America great again"? Well, we got a sneak peek through that murky window by obtaining a draft copy of his 14-point economic plan, which is expected to go
What policies would he enact if he were president? Just how would he "make America great again"? Well, we got a sneak peek through that murky window by obtaining a draft copy of his 14-point economic plan, which is expected to go public in the days ahead.
On taxes, Trump appears to be a supply-sider with an inclination to lower tax rates to make America more competitive. His economic blueprint says:
"Tax reform legislation should lower the corporate tax rate to a level that will enable U.S. businesses to compete successfully in the global economy, attract foreign investment to the United States, increase capital for investment and drive job creation in the United States. Congress should consider the impact of a corporate rate reduction on pass-through entities."

He also says that he'd like to lower the capital gains tax rate to 15%, eliminate the estate tax and allow "capital expenses to be expensed."

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