5 thoughts on “Trumpiness

  1. Goad says:

    “Trump’s staff reportedly keeping him off Twitter in final days, much to Obama’s amusement” https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/11/07/trumps-staff-reportedly-keeping-him-off-twitter-in-final-days-much-to-obamas-amusement/
    Taking away Twitter turned out to be an essential move by his press team, which deprived him of a previously unfiltered channel for his aggressions.
    On Thursday, as his plane idled on the tarmac in Miami, Mr. Trump spotted Air Force One outside his window. As he glowered at the larger plane, he told Ms. Hicks, [Hope Hicks] his spokeswoman, to jot down a proposed tweet about President Obama, who was campaigning nearby for Mrs. Clinton.
    “Why is he campaigning instead of creating jobs and fixing Obamacare?” Mr. Trump said. “Get back to work.” After some light editing — Ms. Hicks added “for the American people” at the end — she published it.”
    Trump representative Hicks did not reply to a request for comment from The Washington Post late Sunday.

  2. Last grasp says:

    Trump files lawsuit in Nevada over extended voting hours in Clark County http://twitchy.com/gregp-3534/2016/11/08/rigged-trump-files-lawsuit-in-nevada-over-extended-voting-hours-in-clark-county/ See Nevada Revised Statutes (N.R.S.) § 293.305: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/NRS/NRS-293.html#NRS293Sec305
    NRS 293.305: Closing of polls; admission of voters and other persons.
    1.  If at the hour of closing the polls there are any registered voters waiting to vote, the doors of the polling place must be closed after all such voters have been admitted to the polling place. Voting must continue until those voters have voted.
    2.  The deputy sheriff shall allow other persons to enter the polling place after the doors have been closed for the purpose of observing or any other legitimate purpose if there is room within the polling place and such admittance will not interfere unduly with the voting.
    (Added to NRS by 1960, 256; A 1987, 341)
    NRS 293.307  Duties of voting board before adjournment. After the last person entitled to vote has voted, the voting board, before adjourning, shall put the records and the account of ballots in order for the counting board.
    (Added to NRS by 1960, 256) “If at the hour of closing the polls there are any registered voters waiting to vote, the doors of the polling place must be closed after all such voters have been admitted to the polling place. Voting must continue until those voters have voted.”

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