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You give me a good laugh, Bless you :)
Using Perl, a high level language as example, make an array containing a list of nouns that ends with 'ump'. Then randomize the output every time it run with 'Trump', so it will print anything but 'Trump'. Do the same for any politician's name.
 

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Using Perl, a high level language as example, make an array containing a list of nouns that ends with 'ump'. Then randomize the output every time it run with 'Trump', so it will print anything but 'Trump'. Do the same for any politician's name.
I bet you'd get some really nice results, besides Tr-ump :D
 

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While Trump was temperamental he wasn’t that bad, he stuck to his gun and did what he promised unlike the other shills we have. I do miss that clown as president, he was good for country.
 

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I bet you'd get some really nice results, besides Tr-ump :D
People here know I do not like Frump.

Personally, I never met the man, so it is possible that if I ever meet him, I may fall for his charm, which many claimed is good. He supposedly know how to talk to 'regular' people despite his privileged life from childhood. But the problem for politicians in democratic countries is that eventually your life will be known, one way or another. The good, the bad, and the ugly aspects. Clump's supporters know his contradictions and hypocrisies, but for the greater good, which is a conservative/Republican list of issues that deserves its own discussion, they are willing to overlook those contradictions and hypocrisies, and support him.

So just because you are popularly elected, Americans know that you are essentially the lesser of unpalatable choices. Americans maybe kind and chose not to use the lesser 'evil', but behind closed doors, plenty of unpleasant characterizations abounds about you. Same for Bidet or Shillary.
 

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People here know I do not like Frump.

Personally, I never met the man, so it is possible that if I ever meet him, I may fall for his charm, which many claimed is good. He supposedly know how to talk to 'regular' people despite his privileged life from childhood. But the problem for politicians in democratic countries is that eventually your life will be known, one way or another. The good, the bad, and the ugly aspects. Clump's supporters know his contradictions and hypocrisies, but for the greater good, which is a conservative/Republican list of issues that deserves its own discussion, they are willing to overlook those contradictions and hypocrisies, and support him.

So just because you are popularly elected, Americans know that you are essentially the lesser of unpalatable choices. Americans maybe kind and chose not to use the lesser 'evil', but behind closed doors, plenty of unpleasant characterizations abounds about you. Same for Bidet or Shillary.
I kinda support some of things Trump said or did, and some I did not... in my opinion Trump to the last day wasn't expecting to win the election and when he did, he just own it like he knows it all along :D Typical Trump huh.

I agree that in West, you can't hide the personal life of a President or head of state, in fact its actually kinda in line with a Islamic understanding of a Leader who is leading the state that he has to be open, honest and his life has to be open for all to question, It kinda reminds of me a incident regarding Umar Ibn Khattab RA when he was asked in the Masjid about where and how did he afford new clothes.
Coming back to Trump, my interaction with some of the hardcore Trump Supporters in SC, I mean they do believe wholeheartedly to all he said, but that is fine considering his Position but what is fascinating for me is how much People believe in individuals like Alex Jones and Qanon, and Stuff they take it as Gospel Truth is just ridiculous to say the least.

But despite all, I agree with @VCheng and I don't often say that here, that America keep progressing because one might disagree with all they want with America but you have to give it to them that for hundreds of years they spend honest time and effort in building their national institutions which are independent and hardly tolerate any interference from any Political Party or individual. A co-worker of mine often tell me that if Biden comes for the Guns there will be civil war in America and I can't help but laugh at him, and not just him my Father in Law a former army, Trump supporter thinks the same... I am like, if you are willing to die for one amendment of constitution then why not live for the rest of 10-12 amendments? and why even go to a extend of going from Freedom of Guns to directly Civil war haha there has to be a middle ground.
I think this conversation is going way off topic...
 

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Haha dont make fun of us oldies, we might be too slow physically but our senses are as sharp as ever and we become just too sensitive lost in past.
Biden has full marks from my end specially dealing with allies and rivals.
 

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Coming back to Trump, my interaction with some of the hardcore Trump Supporters in SC, I mean they do believe wholeheartedly to all he said, but that is fine considering his Position but what is fascinating for me is how much People believe in individuals like Alex Jones and Qanon, and Stuff they take it as Gospel Truth is just ridiculous to say the least.
Recently, I returned to the east coast. Before that, I lived 20+ yrs in two Red states. Before, during, and post Shlump. The majority of Bump's supporters are quiet enough they are nearly silent. What you saw are the few, and using the word loosely, and they are noisy. No different than any on the Left for Billary or Bammy and loudly and publicly extols the virtues of those two. Left and Right supporters are two sides of the same coin.

Today, Bidet claimed he used to drive an 18-wheeler. This is something no handlers can handle. Impromptu sessions are terrifying for the handlers of Stump, Killary, or Bidet. None of them are as disciplined and crowd skillful as Raygun or Cliton. Bidet is slowly and visibly losing his mind and the WH staff is slowly losing theirs trying to contain him. Drove an 18-wheeler? Not in anyone's cue card written for him. But the nature of democracy demands a president to 'Meet The Press' and 'Face The Nation', and they do not like it one bit. Three yrs or even two yrs ago, Bidet would have been at the top. But his decline is rapid and it is showing.

I suspect Bidet know a few yrs ago that he was declining.

There are participatory politics and retirement politics. In participatory politics, you are a community organizer, a campaign staffer, a pollster, an election official, or even a politician yourself. In retirement politics, you become a commentary producer/contributor for the news/media. You make pronouncements, advise, or even predictions. But rarely, if at all, you suffer consequences of what you say. Generally, you get away with what you say. You just bloviate and get paid handsomely for it. See the Clintons and the Obamas.

I suspect Bidet know what was coming for him and wanted to retire to that good afterlife of being the elder statesman of American politics. But the Democrats had no one palatable enough to stand against Chump in the 2020 running. So they pressured Bidet to remain in participatory politics and now the stress made visible evident of his mental decline. The 25th Amendment line is in front of Bidet and if he cross that line, not even the most ardent supporter can deny that Bidet is no longer of sound mind. So the best and most dignify solution is for Bidet to resign due to health reasons. Hence the younger Harris waiting in the wings. The Repugnicans are already staffing legal superstars, who do have formidable credentials and experience, for the 25th Amendment fight. You think Bump was entertaining? You ain't seen nothing yet, as the cliche go.
 

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Joe Biden is 78 years old now. Since life expectancy in US is 78.5 years, I think he should not hold for US president position.
 

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While Trump was temperamental he wasn’t that bad, he stuck to his gun and did what he promised unlike the other shills we have. I do miss that clown as president, he was good for country.
Give credit where due. Had it not been Trump, these rednecks will still be in Afghanistan. Trump recently said that "they" didnt want to leave Afghanistan but he made sure that process went that far, it became irreversible. I can bet my mortgage, had it been Biden and Co, they will still be in Afghanistan.
 

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And yet, for all its faults and imperfections, it still works better than just about every system of governance out there. The results speak for themselves.
Typical delusional american. Who says it works better than any system? American is a third world country disguised as a first world because it looted alot of wealth. Your health system is worst than 3rd world countries, the recent pandemic exposed ur reality, top that with all the racism and brutality of police. Just coz u can print dollar doeant mean ur system is good.
 

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