metmike: As President Trump finishes the last days of his first and only term as President of the United States, regardless of your political party, let's all come together and learn a profound lesson from him about how we should (should not) treat one another. This especially includes all you disappointed Republicans with regards to understanding why your candidate lost!
The language that we use in all relationships with other human beings, defines us and helps determine how others perceive us! It makes a big difference in determining whether you lift somebody(s) up..........or tear them down!
Forget the politics. This principle is universal!
In a series of tweets after the Supreme Court ruling, President Trump raged against the decision, which he called "a disgraceful miscarriage of justice.
Near Antonyms for tactful......that all describe President Trump
Antonyms for tactful.....................that all describe President Trump
Words Related to tactful.............how people act to get others to like them.....and get elected as president
Here is the most recent example(of something like 1,000+ the past 4 years)
I love the Great State of Georgia, but the people who run it, from the Governor,
, to the Secretary of State, are a complete disaster and don’t have a clue, or worse. Nobody can be this stupid. Just allow us to find the crime, and turn the state Republican....
metmike: This is the recipe to increase your enemy base and increase the voracity of hatred that people have for you..........and to increase hatred in general.
It might play well to a small % of Trump loyalists but personally, I think that most of them would have strongly preferred a President Trump that didn't come with the poisoning of discussions with so much venum and so little authentic facts.
One of those situations where I agreed with most of the policy/action and cringed too many times when he opened his mouth/twitter.