Donald Trump is extremely bad at making deals


…Donald Trump is extremely bad at making deals

The answer can be found in Trump Steaks. And Trump University. And Trump Vodka. And Trump Suits. And Trump’s fragrance line, his board game, his ghostwritten books, his energy drink, his eyeglasses, and his chocolate bars.



Hindsight is 2020 (Bernie T-shirt)


Authentic populist vs. bulls**t artist: Why Bernie Sanders is so popular and Donald Trump isn’t

He couldn’t win the Democratic nomination, but Sanders has emerged as the authentic voice of populist resistance…

More than four months after Donald Trump lost the popular vote by 3 million, yet managed to win the election as a result of the archaic and undemocratic Electoral College, one thing has remained predictable in this highly unpredictable age of Trump: the president’s unprecedented unpopularity. According to Gallup, the most reputable polling company in the country, Trump’s approval rating has remained in the negatives throughout his first two months in office, and last weekend it dropped to a new low of 37 percent (with 58 percent of Americans disapproving).


Bernie Sanders has become the most popular politician in America — with no help from the insidecover_photo-bernie-wotchit-580x385

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is the most popular of his peers in America right now, and it’s not even close, according to a recent Fox News poll. He currently holds the highest approval rating of any politician in the country, at 61 percent. The senator has very low disapproval rating as well — only 32 percent.

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Trump Blames Obamacare Defeat On Democrats Whom He Never Asked For Help

The president believes the opposition party should have given him votes to dismantle their legacy.

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A poll published Thursday by Quinnipiac University found that 56 percent of voters disapprove of the GOP healthcare plan, while just 17 percent support it.

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Donald Trump’s already badly wobbling presidency just took another major hit thanks to Republican House Freedom Caucus members, who somehow found Paul Ryan’s version of “repealing and replacing” the Affordable Care Act too generous, and are blocking its passage.

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One Payer Health Care for ALL…

Michael Moore: Time to fight for Medicare for All

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore argues that in the wake of the failure of the GOP’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, Democrats should start fighting for single payer health care.

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