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Jaw Dropping Newsmax Poll Shows Donald Trump Beating Barack Obama By A Landslide in 2012

3 Apr
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Donald Trump and companion at a recent appearance

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Here are the latest poll results from Newsmax.com on 4.2.11

Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Donald Trump?


Favorable
157775(79%)

Unfavorable
41411(20%)

If the 2012 election were held today, who would you vote for?
Barack Obama
20458(10%)

Donald Trump
138852(69%)

Other
40714(20%)

In a Republican Primary, who would be your candidate for the nomination for president?


Donald Trump
105961(55%)

Tim Pawlenty
6290(3%)

Mitt Romney
16662(8%)

Mike Huckabee
15717(8%)

Sarah Palin
13798(7%)

Mitch Daniels
2776(1%)

Haley Barbour
1516(0%)

Newt Gingrich
14042(7%)

Bobby Jindal
4643(2%)

Michele Bachmann
9844(5%)

Is Trump right in demanding that Pres. Obama release his birth certificate?
Trump is right
171977(86%)

Trump is wrong
27756(13%)

Who did you vote for in 2008?


McCain – Palin
150519(75%)

Obama – Biden
30544(15%)

Other
17947(9%)

Poll results courtesy of Newsmax.com 4.2.2011

The Obamanation White House: A Literal Mountain of Trash on Display As the Dalai Lama Strolls By

20 Feb

2.20.2010

At White House, the Dalai Lama sidesteps trash

When the Dalai Lama went to exit the White House Thursday via the back door, a mound of trash awaited him.

The Dalai Lama leaves through the back door of the White House Thursday afternoon – trash and all. His Holiness had just finished his meeting with President Obama, and was heading out to the ‘stakeout area’ where a crush of reporters awaited him.


By Linda Feldmann Staff writer / February 19, 2010

Washington

Yes, that’s the Dalai Lama leaving the White House Thursday afternoon via the back door – into a mound of trash. His Holiness had just finished his meeting with President Obama and was heading out to the “stakeout area,” where a crush of reporters awaited him. That’s what the Dalai Lama is pointing at.

I was with another, smaller group of reporters and photographers, waiting to accompany the president in his motorcade to Andrews Air Force Base. We knew the Dalai Lama was about to come out, so I had my BlackBerry camera ready.

UPDATE:

This just in from White House spokesman Tommy Vietor:

“You reported that the Dalai Lama left the White House out of the back door. That’s just not accurate. He exited through the Palm Room doors. The Dalai Lama said he was pleased by the visit, and I assume he exited through the Palm Room doors because that’s the easiest, quickest, and most convenient way to get to the stakeout location to speak with the press.”

(No comment on His Holiness exiting via the White House trash pile.)

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George W: “Obama Not Even Remotely Qualified for the Job of President”

16 Sep
September 15, 2009
Posted: September 15th, 2009 06:01 PM ET

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Bush on Obama: 'This guy has no clue'.

Bush on Obama: ‘This guy has no clue’.

WASHINGTON (CNN) – Former President George W. Bush “seemed to feel considerable unease” with John McCain as the Republican presidential nominee, according to ex-speechwriter Matt Latimer in his tell-all memoir on his days in the White House.

In Latimer’s new book, “Speech-less: Tales of a White House Survivor,” set to hit bookstores on September 22, he reveals Bush’s reactions to the economic collapse, the presidential campaign, and other memorable events. GQ published an excerpt from the memoir in its October issue.

Latimer said Bush liked Mitt Romney best and that he was “clearly not impressed with the McCain operation.” Latimer said the former president wanted to appear with McCain at a campaign event in Phoenix, but after he was told the then-Republican nominee couldn’t get enough people to show up, he called it a “cruel hoax.”

“‘He couldn’t get 500 people? I could get that many people to turn out in Crawford.’ He shook his head. ‘This is a five-spiral crash, boys.'”

Bush presumed Hillary Clinton would be the Democratic nominee, according to Latimer, and was extremely critical of Barack Obama. Latimer said Bush was “ticked off” after one of Obama’s speeches and he said the future president wasn’t “remotely qualified” for the challenges of the job.

“(Bush) came in one day to rehearse a speech, fuming. ‘This is a dangerous world,’ he said for no apparent reason, ‘and this cat isn’t remotely qualified to handle it. This guy has no clue, I promise you,'” Latimer said.

Latimer also made the controversial assertion that after Sarah Palin was tapped as McCain’s running mate, Bush reportedly asked whether she was “the governor of Guam” and said that she was “not even remotely prepared.” A former Bush and Palin aide has challenged the accuracy of the charge.

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