Donald Trump: James Bond Or Mr. Bean?

Most of us have been watching Donald Trump since he came down the escalator in 2015.  Prior to that I dismissed him as a silly New York playboy. 
I have come to realize that there is something really strange going on here. 
He is either a sly genius like James bond or a lucky buffoon like Mr. Bean. Many of my friends see him as "Bond... James Bond."  He looks good, has beautiful women, drives in fancy vehicles and lives a life of absolute splendor.  On the other hand, good things just happen! These lucky, seemingly uninfluenced events really seem to help him prove his point or keep the things he wants to talk about, alive in the media.  Serendipity happens to everyone, at some point in their lives, but it is a once in a life time thing. Like Mr. Bean, Donald Trump is extremely lucky. 
You may think of a couple examples yourself.  My favorite was what happened two weeks after he announced in 2015.  The media was all over him for what he said about those murderous Mexicans and the need for a wall. Within 2 weeks of this speech, a young woman was murdered in front of her father, in sanctuary city San Francisco by an illegal Mexican.  The media could not talk about anything else.  This catapulted him to the number one spot in the 17 person race for the Republican nomination and he never lost this position.  Is this Bond or Bean? 
Trump needs an enemy, just like Bond, in order to shine.  Whether it is Rosie O'Donnell,  Crying Chuck, Crooked Hillary, Sleepy Joe, or any of a couple dozen others, he uses these people and their reactions to sell his ideas. Is this Bond or Bean?  Then he beats his enemies over the head and they respond with exactly what he needs to stab them again and again.  Is this Bond or Bean?
Think about it.  Who is Trumps biggest enemy right now?  The Democrat Party and their acolytes in the American media.  So, what does he do?  He elevates the most extreme out of touch members of Congress:  Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; Ilhan Omar; Ayanna Pressley; and Rashida Tlaib.  Nancy Pelosi has tied herself up in to knots wringing her hands, as the entire news media has elevated these for freshmen representatives to be the face of the Democrat Party.  Meanwhile, Trump takes every available opportunity to say how bad they are and why.  These are easy targets for Trump to knock down like a professional bowler. The press just eats it up as the American people agree with Trump.  Is this Bond or Bean?
There are many other examples.  Think about it. Re-post this article and include your comments.
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Democratic Debate Schedule: When Are the Next Debates & How Many Are Left?



Democratic Debate



The Democratic debates in Miami are winding down, but it’s just the beginning for the candidates hoping to win the Democratic primary nomination. Here’s a look at what we know so far about the next debates and how many are left.
Tonight marks the second in a two-night debate lineup hosted by NBC. The debate on Thursday, June 27 will 
July 30 and 31 in Detroit. These debates will be hosted by CNN, but the format will be essentially the same as tonight’s debates. There will be 10 people on each night, they will be picked the same way they were picked for this week, and the qualifications to be in those debates will also be the same.
Then things will change. The third set of debates will be on September 12, possibly also September 13 depending on how many candidates qualify. This one will be hosted by ABC and Univision and a location has not yet been shared. Candidates will have a different set of qualifiers, however. They’ll have to get donations from 130,000 different donors, which must include 400 from 20 different states. They must also hit 2 percent in four different qualifying polls. So it will be tougher to get into the September debates.
After September, there will be one debate every month until April 2020. Yes, that means you’ll get to watch a debate in October 2019, November 2019, December 2019, January 2020, February 2020, March 2020, and April 2020. We just don’t know who is hosting those debates, where they’ll take place, or who will be in them yet. But it’s going to be a packed and busy schedule for the remaining Democratic primary candidates.

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