Out of curiosity... from Australia :)

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Apologies in advance if this is at all a touchy subject, no offence meant at all, simply curious.
Just wondering, seen as Im in Australia and only see what is posted in the media, what do the majority of American members on here think of your current president Donald Trump. I know very little of America so again this is simply a question out of curiosity :)
 
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Apologies in advance if this is at all a touchy subject, no offence meant at all, simply curious.
Just wondering, seen as Im in Australia and only see what is posted in the media, what do the majority of American members on here think of your current president Donald Trump. I know very little of America so again this is simply a question out of curiosity :)
I'm in Canada, so while not really qualified to give an answer....I still think I can answer your question pretty well. Some think he's doing an amazing job, others think he's a disaster and some are in between.

I think most here tend to like him (from what I see posted)....and when I say that they like him, I mean they support him politically, there are many of his political supporters who I don't think like him personally.
 
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I'm in Canada, so while not really qualified to give an answer....I still think I can answer your question pretty well. Some think he's doing an amazing job, others think he's a disaster and some are in between.

I think most here tend to like him (from what I see posted)....and when I say that they like him, I mean they support him politically, there are many of his political supporters who I don't think like him personally.
Interesting, the media over here in Australia doesn’t speak to kindly of him, not saying that’s my opinion because as I said I only see what we are shown so I’m definitely not qualified to have an opinion. Nor am I a politician, I don’t believe it would be an easy job and o certainly wouldn’t put my hand up for it!
Trump does come out with some choice comments at times.
Certainly interesting though with tensions high around the world and Australia so isolated, it makes me wonder how much of the truth we really hear down under.
Thanks for your thoughts :)
 
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Only President of my lifetime so far that has not betrayed America to the hands of the foreigners. All in all pretty satisfied with him. Though the forces of darkness have become more wily than ever, so I would say don't get comfortable, but use this time of grace wisely to prepare for their bleak return to power. Don't let the traitors return without a fight!
 
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Only President of my lifetime so far that has not betrayed America to the hands of the foreigners. All in all pretty satisfied with him. Though the forces of darkness have become more wily than ever, so I would say don't get comfortable, but use this time of grace wisely to prepare for their bleak return to power. Don't let the traitors return without a fight!
Very interesting, politics seem so different over there compared to Australia... or perhaps I just don’t follow closely enough. It seems very intense in America.
Australia and America are allies to my knowledge so all good.
Thanks for your input 😊
 

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Apologies in advance if this is at all a touchy subject, no offence meant at all, simply curious.
Just wondering, seen as Im in Australia and only see what is posted in the media, what do the majority of American members on here think of your current president Donald Trump. I know very little of America so again this is simply a question out of curiosity :)
The media and other politicians here hate him with an unparalleled vehemence. He's probably spent more time defending himself against political, professional and personal attacks from the media and the Democrats, than being president. If he turns his head left to sneeze he will be criticized for not turning his head right.
As far as the people I think it's tricky. Those filled with hatred are constantly spewing it everywhere against him, every chance they get. But having a loud mouth doesn't mean one is the voice for everyone. He was voted into office for a reason. And his approval numbers went up, through time.
Every president has flaws, but he seems to he doing a better job than the previous president, not that that's saying much.
 
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Very interesting, politics seem so different over there compared to Australia... or perhaps I just don’t follow closely enough. It seems very intense in America.
Australia and America are allies to my knowledge so all good.
Thanks for your input 😊
Well I would not view Australia as an ally. Americans, especially those that are younger, are going to have to wake up to the fact that we are our only help. No one is coming to help us, we only have eachother.
 
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The media and other politicians here hate him with an unparalleled vehemence. He's probably spent more time defending himself against political, professional and personal attacks from the media and the Democrats, than being president. If he turns his head left to sneeze he will be criticized for not turning his head right.
As far as the people I think it's tricky. Those filled with hatred are constantly spewing it everywhere against him, every chance they get. But having a loud mouth doesn't mean one is the voice for everyone. He was voted into office for a reason. And his approval numbers went up, through time.
Every president has flaws, but he seems to he doing a better job than the previous president, not that that's saying much.
People are far quicker with a criticism than a compliment.
It would be a very challenging role to be living, I think you’d need to have a very thick skin!
 
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Well I would not view Australia as an ally. Americans, especially those that are younger, are going to have to wake up to the fact that we are our only help. No one is coming to help us, we only have eachother.
Really wow, I didn’t realise we weren’t allies. Sorry to hear that
 
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Really wow, I didn’t realise we weren’t allies. Sorry to hear that
America doesn't really have allies. All of our supposed allies have just been using us for money. All of our so-called allies are spiritually fallen to Babylon in this time. America is going that way as well and the war between Christendom and Babylon is hot in America right now as America is really the only Christian country left in the world at this time.
 
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America doesn't really have allies. All of our supposed allies have just been using us for money. All of our so-called allies are spiritually fallen to Babylon in this time. America is going that way as well and the war between Christendom and Babylon is hot in America right now as America is really the only Christian country left in the world at this time.
I totally respect your opinion, doesn’t mean I’m not sorry to hear it
I like to believe all Christians are in this war together, scary times
 
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I totally respect your opinion, doesn’t mean I’m not sorry to hear it
I like to believe all Christians are in this war together, scary times
Well yes that is true, as a whole the war is Christendom versus Babylon. Though the dynamic is different depending which country you are in. For instance America is the only real Christian country left so the war with Babylon is more like a siege in America where we still have some fortifications and solid ground to stand on, but we are under siege from all sides. In Australia and a lot of Europe they used to be Christian, but have fallen to Babylon, so the war is more of an occupation by Babylon and Christendom is in a sort of French Resistance type scenario there. And then of course in the pagan lands, take for example any muslim or oriental country, these lands are so thoroughly in the grip of darkness that Christendom has to operate kind of like how spies operate and Christians have to be more lowkey, essentially an infiltration type scenario.
 

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What? The United States has a whole new set of allies now! Russia and North Korea.
 

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Apologies in advance if this is at all a touchy subject, no offence meant at all, simply curious.
Just wondering, seen as Im in Australia and only see what is posted in the media, what do the majority of American members on here think of your current president Donald Trump. I know very little of America so again this is simply a question out of curiosity :)
I would agree with 'strugglingTilMyreward.' It is the democrats who are causing all the trouble. They are afraid that Trump is going to be reelected and are still trying to get him impeached to keep that from happening. They began trying to impeach him as soon as he was elected.

Did you know that from the time that Israel became a nation, that out of all of the presidents, Trump was the one president who did not sign the wavier and thereby recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel?
 
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What? The United States has a whole new set of allies now! Russia and North Korea.
We get along fine with Russia and Korea, the problem is with China. Not only are we having problems with them their own people are having problems with their government. China is not difficult to get along with and I think Trump could have handled the situation a lot better than he did. In business you have to have a win win mentality, everyone is a winner. But with China he wanted a win lose mentality. We are the winner and you are the lose. That is going to cause trouble. With Australia that is going to be the same issue as we have here, the liberal conservative issue. It was a lot easier to support Trump when the economy was good. Now that we have this China Virus to deal with the economy is not as good. The liberals can not find anyone that they can support to represent them for president so that pretty much leaves the field wide open and Trump unchallenged. It is to bad they have to wear him down fighting him every step of the way when they should just leave him alone and let him do his job.
 
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I would agree with 'strugglingTilMyreward.' It is the democrats who are causing all the trouble. They are afraid that Trump is going to be reelected and are still trying to get him impeached to keep that from happening. They began trying to impeach him as soon as he was elected.

Did you know that from the time that Israel became a nation, that out of all of the presidents, Trump was the one president who did not sign the wavier and thereby recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel?
Really, that is interesting. I know so little of world politics hence throwing the question out there 😊