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33 minutes ago, Corcaigh said:

Was Trump's political campaign paying Omarosa's salary? If not, why would they have any authority over a government employee to sign an NDA?

 

This is what I was trying to ask but couldnt figure out a better way to word it.  @ Our Lawyerly friends can yas help us out? 

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19 minutes ago, Llevron said:

This is what I was trying to ask but couldnt figure out a better way to word it.  @ Our Lawyerly friends can yas help us out? 

You don't need authority over someone to have them sign an NDA. It's just like the hush money they paid to Stormy Daniels. You could offer me $10,000 a month to never tell anyone about this exchange on Extremeskins if you wanted to.

 

edit: Do you want to?

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12 minutes ago, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

You don't need authority over someone to have them sign an NDA. It's just like the hush money they paid to Stormy Daniels. You could offer me $10,000 a month to never tell anyone about this exchange on Extremeskins if you wanted to.

 

edit: Do you want to?

 

Yeah ... but that's the point. I thought Omarosa didn't receive hush money. If not, why would she sign a GoP NDA?

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30 minutes ago, Corcaigh said:

 

Yeah ... but that's the point. I thought Omarosa didn't receive hush money. If not, why would she sign a GoP NDA?

 

fwih they receive a certain sum every month after being terminated under the NDA,with a penalty if it is broken.

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Pretty sure making a government employee sign an NDA is like the textbook example of an NDA void for public policy.

 

My guess is that they may undo it and she'll have to pay back anything she got but otherwise it'll be unenforceable.

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3 hours ago, Llevron said:

Its says alot about this country that yall actually think that he easily wins again even though hes such a piece of **** human and the worst leader we have ever had in our long and storied history. It says alot. 

Well let's see, why.

 

Ultimately, elections are about perceptions of the economy.  That's usually been a factor in most elections.  If people perceive things are doing well on election day; then they are likely to reelect the President.  Even if that President is an asshole.  Trump's election has thrown out old conventions.  They don't apply to him.  His behavior and his crimes, would get rid of anyone else.

 

If things are doing well, he will probably get more votes for and against him.  The blue states, the anti-Trump vote will be high.  In the Swing and Red States, Trump would get more votes than he did last time.  He would be able to win the same states again.

 

If things aren't doing well, he will lose some voters.  His core supporters will stay with him, regardless.  It's the rest of the GOP voter that won't.  Some may vote for the Dem, Some may vote third party or some may not vote at all.  The difference will be , fewer votes for Trump and that will tip the election to the Dems.  Trump won several states with less than 1-2% of the vote.

 

Trump and the GOP, in what states they still control after 2018; will make it harder to vote. I also expect full interference from Russia; with the GOP's blessing.

 

Will the opposition to Trump be United?   A third party candidate to the left, would definitely tip the election to Trump.  Can the establishment and Bernie wing of the Democratic party be united; especially if their preferred candidate doesn't win the nomination?  Can the Democrats even nominate a candidate that can beat Trump?

 

If the Dems to impeach Trump next year; will that backfire and spur even more voters for Trump in 2020 and lead to his reelection and maybe even giving GOP full control; if they lose it in 2018?

 

 

It will be hard to defeat Trump.  Even if all his crimes are out there.   SHF maybe right, at least right now; Trump wins reelection easily.

 

 

 

 

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Anyone thinking Trump easily wins re-election isn’t looking at the facts. The GOP is shrinking and all those people that refused to vote Trump but not Hillary are going to vote for the Dem against Trump. 

The Dem base is massively fired up and the Dems won’t have a candidate with as much baggage and as many flaws as Hillary. She was a terrible candidate in a lot of ways and won the popular with while barely losing a few key states. 

If the election was held today between Trump and any number of Dems (no not Hillary), the Dem would win big. 

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14 minutes ago, Hersh said:

Anyone thinking Trump easily wins re-election isn’t looking at the facts. The GOP is shrinking and all those people that refused to vote Trump but not Hillary are going to vote for the Dem against Trump. 

The Dem base is massively fired up and the Dems won’t have a candidate with as much baggage and as many flaws as Hillary. She was a terrible candidate in a lot of ways and won the popular with while barely losing a few key states. 

If the election was held today between Trump and any number of Dems (no not Hillary), the Dem would win big. 

 

We have resident examples of this in @tshile & @TheGreatBuzz. I particularly like their opinions on this kind of stuff. Yall wanna comment? 

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48 minutes ago, Hersh said:

Anyone thinking Trump easily wins re-election isn’t looking at the facts. The GOP is shrinking and all those people that refused to vote Trump but not Hillary are going to vote for the Dem against Trump. 

The Dem base is massively fired up and the Dems won’t have a candidate with as much baggage and as many flaws as Hillary. She was a terrible candidate in a lot of ways and won the popular with while barely losing a few key states. 

If the election was held today between Trump and any number of Dems (no not Hillary), the Dem would win big. 

Many people have lost betting that the Dems wont make the kind of mistake twice.

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2 hours ago, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

You don't need authority over someone to have them sign an NDA. It's just like the hush money they paid to Stormy Daniels. You could offer me $10,000 a month to never tell anyone about this exchange on Extremeskins if you wanted to.

 

edit: Do you want to?

 

except that Federal workers have very specific and very explicit protections  (and for good reasons)

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1 hour ago, Hersh said:

Anyone thinking Trump easily wins re-election isn’t looking at the facts. The GOP is shrinking and all those people that refused to vote Trump but not Hillary are going to vote for the Dem against Trump. 

The Dem base is massively fired up and the Dems won’t have a candidate with as much baggage and as many flaws as Hillary. She was a terrible candidate in a lot of ways and won the popular with while barely losing a few key states. 

If the election was held today between Trump and any number of Dems (no not Hillary), the Dem would win big. 

 

the dems won't nominate Hilary, specifically..... probably!

 

but a "fired up dem base" may very well do the Dem equivalent of nominating Trump.    Nominate a Transvestite communist that says they want to completely eliminate the military----------- not really, but you get the picture.

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