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And seriously, why do we care what people think or believe..? You do not make an investment unless you KNOW what the ROI will be.
This is a really expensive game of Darts. I thought we were Conservatives? Goddamn frauds..
Just because someone breaks a promise - that does not automatically mean that they were lying when they made that promise.
I agree that this is basic shit - but me and you just fundamentally disagree about the understanding of what constitutes a lie.
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As long as the wall is being built, or worked on, Trump will come out as fulfilling his promise. He could say that he intends to renegotiate NAFTA and that would help pay for the wall, and numerous other policy changes. This is a political win for Trump's base.
And what if the wall actually does help curb drug trafficking and human trafficking? Double win then.
I will not be built.
Mexico will not pay for it.
DHS has said they can only come up with a fraction of what it is going to cost over all..he still needs 23billion to instantly appear for it to even be discussed as being reality. It is just his base of supporters who desperately need to believe that him blowing hot wind is a double win.
They aren't even concerned with reality.
A lot of people seem to think he was suggesting Mexico was just going to hand over a giant check to pay for the wall. But that's not what he meant.
But your analysis is spot on. So long as Trump gets the wall built - it will be a political win for him in the end no matter who ends up paying for it. The border wall and trade reform were the two bedrock principles of his campaign. If he delivers on those - in four years he'll be in good shape.