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On 9/5/20 8:20 AM, John wrote:
https://nonperele.com/pollak-the-stu...tack-on-trump/

Some folks will believe anything as long as it's anti-Trump.
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You aren't implying that Wayne is such a fellow, are you?
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On Sat, 5 Sep 2020 13:32:13 -0000 (UTC), Justan wrote:

On 9/5/20 8:20 AM, John wrote:
https://nonperele.com/pollak-the-stu...tack-on-trump/

Some folks will believe anything as long as it's anti-Trump.
--

Freedom Isn't Free!


You aren't implying that Wayne is such a fellow, are you?


===

To me the most interesting part of the story is that Fox news
confirmed it, and Trump demanding that their journalist be fired. That
is entirely in character since he has a history of attacking anyone
who displeases him in similar fashion.

Here's a true story from 30 years ago that really set my teeth on edge
at the time:

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/04/donald-trump-marvin-roffman-casino-lawsuit-213855

https://www.barrons.com/articles/donald-trumps-1990-campaign-against-a-securities-analyst-1444451156

---

If there were ever a Teflon presidential candidate it would have to be
Donald Trump. He has not only gotten away with insulting many of his
fellow aspirants for the GOP nomination, offending one of the
fastest-growing population groups in America (Hispanics), and dissing
the clarion voice of Conservative America (Fox News), but the moves
have added to his smack-down, reality TV popularity with a large
segment of the American Public.

Perhaps his constant self-preening and simplistic policy ideas
delivered with country-club locker room bravado will wear thin with
the electorate as the campaign drags on. At least that’s what many
pundits, heretofore wrong, have been predicting. But Trump continues
to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general.

Barron’s isn’t going to join the many attempted media takedowns of
Trump by unearthing new details about his business and personal life.
They, so far, have only seemed to add to his celebrity and popularity.

But we would like to revisit an incident dating back to the
early-1990s that, we feel, reflects on his character. That was when he
unleashed a brutal personal attack on an obscure gaming-securities
analyst, Marvin Roffman, who toiled for a midsize Philadelphia
brokerage house, Janney Montgomery Scott, leading to Roffman’s
unceremonious sacking. Trump hardly exhibited the grace under pressure
that befits someone aspiring to the presidency. We e-mailed both the
Trump Campaign Office and Trump Organization early last week to talk
about the incident. The campaign office acknowledged receipt but
didn’t follow through on a promise to get back to us. The Trump
Organization did not respond.

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Old September 5th 20, 05:48 PM posted to rec.boats
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On 9/5/20 10:01 AM, wrote:
On Sat, 5 Sep 2020 13:32:13 -0000 (UTC), Justan wrote:

On 9/5/20 8:20 AM, John wrote:
https://nonperele.com/pollak-the-stu...tack-on-trump/

Some folks will believe anything as long as it's anti-Trump.
--

Freedom Isn't Free!


You aren't implying that Wayne is such a fellow, are you?


===

To me the most interesting part of the story is that Fox news
confirmed it, and Trump demanding that their journalist be fired. That
is entirely in character since he has a history of attacking anyone
who displeases him in similar fashion.

Here's a true story from 30 years ago that really set my teeth on edge
at the time:

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/04/donald-trump-marvin-roffman-casino-lawsuit-213855

https://www.barrons.com/articles/donald-trumps-1990-campaign-against-a-securities-analyst-1444451156

---

If there were ever a Teflon presidential candidate it would have to be
Donald Trump. He has not only gotten away with insulting many of his
fellow aspirants for the GOP nomination, offending one of the
fastest-growing population groups in America (Hispanics), and dissing
the clarion voice of Conservative America (Fox News), but the moves
have added to his smack-down, reality TV popularity with a large
segment of the American Public.

Perhaps his constant self-preening and simplistic policy ideas
delivered with country-club locker room bravado will wear thin with
the electorate as the campaign drags on. At least that’s what many
pundits, heretofore wrong, have been predicting. But Trump continues
to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general.

Barron’s isn’t going to join the many attempted media takedowns of
Trump by unearthing new details about his business and personal life.
They, so far, have only seemed to add to his celebrity and popularity.

But we would like to revisit an incident dating back to the
early-1990s that, we feel, reflects on his character. That was when he
unleashed a brutal personal attack on an obscure gaming-securities
analyst, Marvin Roffman, who toiled for a midsize Philadelphia
brokerage house, Janney Montgomery Scott, leading to Roffman’s
unceremonious sacking. Trump hardly exhibited the grace under pressure
that befits someone aspiring to the presidency. We e-mailed both the
Trump Campaign Office and Trump Organization early last week to talk
about the incident. The campaign office acknowledged receipt but
didn’t follow through on a promise to get back to us. The Trump
Organization did not respond.

---






I guess this statement says it all. Why hasn't Washington listened to the
cries of the American people instead of carrying on, business as usual?

"But Trump continues to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican
polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general."
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On Sat, 5 Sep 2020 16:48:32 -0000 (UTC), Justan wrote:

On 9/5/20 10:01 AM, wrote:
On Sat, 5 Sep 2020 13:32:13 -0000 (UTC), Justan wrote:

On 9/5/20 8:20 AM, John wrote:
https://nonperele.com/pollak-the-stu...tack-on-trump/

Some folks will believe anything as long as it's anti-Trump.
--

Freedom Isn't Free!

You aren't implying that Wayne is such a fellow, are you?


===

To me the most interesting part of the story is that Fox news
confirmed it, and Trump demanding that their journalist be fired. That
is entirely in character since he has a history of attacking anyone
who displeases him in similar fashion.

Here's a true story from 30 years ago that really set my teeth on edge
at the time:

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/04/donald-trump-marvin-roffman-casino-lawsuit-213855

https://www.barrons.com/articles/donald-trumps-1990-campaign-against-a-securities-analyst-1444451156

---

If there were ever a Teflon presidential candidate it would have to be
Donald Trump. He has not only gotten away with insulting many of his
fellow aspirants for the GOP nomination, offending one of the
fastest-growing population groups in America (Hispanics), and dissing
the clarion voice of Conservative America (Fox News), but the moves
have added to his smack-down, reality TV popularity with a large
segment of the American Public.

Perhaps his constant self-preening and simplistic policy ideas
delivered with country-club locker room bravado will wear thin with
the electorate as the campaign drags on. At least that’s what many
pundits, heretofore wrong, have been predicting. But Trump continues
to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general.

Barron’s isn’t going to join the many attempted media takedowns of
Trump by unearthing new details about his business and personal life.
They, so far, have only seemed to add to his celebrity and popularity.

But we would like to revisit an incident dating back to the
early-1990s that, we feel, reflects on his character. That was when he
unleashed a brutal personal attack on an obscure gaming-securities
analyst, Marvin Roffman, who toiled for a midsize Philadelphia
brokerage house, Janney Montgomery Scott, leading to Roffman’s
unceremonious sacking. Trump hardly exhibited the grace under pressure
that befits someone aspiring to the presidency. We e-mailed both the
Trump Campaign Office and Trump Organization early last week to talk
about the incident. The campaign office acknowledged receipt but
didn’t follow through on a promise to get back to us. The Trump
Organization did not respond.

---






I guess this statement says it all. Why hasn't Washington listened to the
cries of the American people instead of carrying on, business as usual?

"But Trump continues to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican
polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general."


===

I get it, I really do.

Just be careful what you ask for.

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Old September 5th 20, 08:38 PM posted to rec.boats
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On Saturday, September 5, 2020 at 1:02:58 PM UTC-4, wrote:
On Sat, 5 Sep 2020 16:48:32 -0000 (UTC), Justan wrote:

On 9/5/20 10:01 AM, wrote:
On Sat, 5 Sep 2020 13:32:13 -0000 (UTC), Justan wrote:

On 9/5/20 8:20 AM, John wrote:
https://nonperele.com/pollak-the-stu...tack-on-trump/

Some folks will believe anything as long as it's anti-Trump.
--

Freedom Isn't Free!

You aren't implying that Wayne is such a fellow, are you?

===

To me the most interesting part of the story is that Fox news
confirmed it, and Trump demanding that their journalist be fired. That
is entirely in character since he has a history of attacking anyone
who displeases him in similar fashion.

Here's a true story from 30 years ago that really set my teeth on edge
at the time:

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/04/donald-trump-marvin-roffman-casino-lawsuit-213855

https://www.barrons.com/articles/donald-trumps-1990-campaign-against-a-securities-analyst-1444451156

---

If there were ever a Teflon presidential candidate it would have to be
Donald Trump. He has not only gotten away with insulting many of his
fellow aspirants for the GOP nomination, offending one of the
fastest-growing population groups in America (Hispanics), and dissing
the clarion voice of Conservative America (Fox News), but the moves
have added to his smack-down, reality TV popularity with a large
segment of the American Public.

Perhaps his constant self-preening and simplistic policy ideas
delivered with country-club locker room bravado will wear thin with
the electorate as the campaign drags on. At least that’s what many
pundits, heretofore wrong, have been predicting. But Trump continues
to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general.

Barron’s isn’t going to join the many attempted media takedowns of
Trump by unearthing new details about his business and personal life.
They, so far, have only seemed to add to his celebrity and popularity.

But we would like to revisit an incident dating back to the
early-1990s that, we feel, reflects on his character. That was when he
unleashed a brutal personal attack on an obscure gaming-securities
analyst, Marvin Roffman, who toiled for a midsize Philadelphia
brokerage house, Janney Montgomery Scott, leading to Roffman’s
unceremonious sacking. Trump hardly exhibited the grace under pressure
that befits someone aspiring to the presidency. We e-mailed both the
Trump Campaign Office and Trump Organization early last week to talk
about the incident. The campaign office acknowledged receipt but
didn’t follow through on a promise to get back to us. The Trump
Organization did not respond.

---






I guess this statement says it all. Why hasn't Washington listened to the
cries of the American people instead of carrying on, business as usual?

"But Trump continues to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican
polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general."


===

I get it, I really do.

Just be careful what you ask for.


Reading one of those articles, the main thing I came away with is Roffman is as much of a NY boastful asshole as Trump.
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Old September 6th 20, 12:12 AM posted to rec.boats
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On Sat, 05 Sep 2020 11:01:19 -0400, wrote:

On Sat, 5 Sep 2020 13:32:13 -0000 (UTC), Justan wrote:

On 9/5/20 8:20 AM, John wrote:
https://nonperele.com/pollak-the-stu...tack-on-trump/

Some folks will believe anything as long as it's anti-Trump.
--

Freedom Isn't Free!


You aren't implying that Wayne is such a fellow, are you?


===

To me the most interesting part of the story is that Fox news
confirmed it, and Trump demanding that their journalist be fired. That
is entirely in character since he has a history of attacking anyone
who displeases him in similar fashion.

Here's a true story from 30 years ago that really set my teeth on edge
at the time:

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/04/donald-trump-marvin-roffman-casino-lawsuit-213855

https://www.barrons.com/articles/donald-trumps-1990-campaign-against-a-securities-analyst-1444451156

---

If there were ever a Teflon presidential candidate it would have to be
Donald Trump. He has not only gotten away with insulting many of his
fellow aspirants for the GOP nomination, offending one of the
fastest-growing population groups in America (Hispanics), and dissing
the clarion voice of Conservative America (Fox News), but the moves
have added to his smack-down, reality TV popularity with a large
segment of the American Public.

Perhaps his constant self-preening and simplistic policy ideas
delivered with country-club locker room bravado will wear thin with
the electorate as the campaign drags on. At least that’s what many
pundits, heretofore wrong, have been predicting. But Trump continues
to run ahead in almost all of the major Republican polls, testament to
voter disgust over the dysfunction in Washington and distrust of
politicians in general.

Barron’s isn’t going to join the many attempted media takedowns of
Trump by unearthing new details about his business and personal life.
They, so far, have only seemed to add to his celebrity and popularity.

But we would like to revisit an incident dating back to the
early-1990s that, we feel, reflects on his character. That was when he
unleashed a brutal personal attack on an obscure gaming-securities
analyst, Marvin Roffman, who toiled for a midsize Philadelphia
brokerage house, Janney Montgomery Scott, leading to Roffman’s
unceremonious sacking. Trump hardly exhibited the grace under pressure
that befits someone aspiring to the presidency. We e-mailed both the
Trump Campaign Office and Trump Organization early last week to talk
about the incident. The campaign office acknowledged receipt but
didn’t follow through on a promise to get back to us. The Trump
Organization did not respond.

---


Bull****. Fox didn't confirm anything other than that the Atlantic published it!

Perhaps you should look up the definition of 'confirmed', which you've used
incorrectly a few times now.

Gosh, the campaign office wouldn't get back on a 30 year old story. I wonder
why? Maybe 'cause it's 30 years old? Do any Democrats give a **** about what
Biden has done in the last 45 years?
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