What will Trump criticize during the presidential campaign? [ADD RESPONSES]
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93%
The RINOs
89%
China
87%
Mike Pence
87%
Hillary Clinton
77%
Nancy Pelosi
77%
Nikki Haley
76%
California
75%
LGBT movement
74%
The FBI
71%
Kamala Harris
62%
Mitch McConnell
62%
AI
59%
Russia
56%
Hamas
53%
"Haters and Losers"
50%
Michelle Obama
50%
Google
50%
George Soros
50%
Antifa
50%
Black Lives Matter / BLM

You are welcome to add your own options. If you are unsure about an option, you can message and check with me.

Rules (will be updated as needed):

  • Ends with US 2024 presidential election (Nov 4th). It will still count even if Trump does not run for president.

  • Since this can be subjective I will not bet.

  • Any medium, but it must be verifiable (not rumours).

  • [Added 14/03] In general I consider anything posted on Trump's official social media as written by him.

  • Each option only counts things that happened after that option was added.

  • For a single person option it must be directed at the specific person

    • It must be clear who is referring to, but it does not have to be their name ("If you get rid of TikTok, Facebook and Zuckerschmuck will double their business." would also resolve Marc Zuckerberg)

  • For group option, he must criticize the entire group unless specified otherwise

    • So for option "Hollywood actors", he must critize Hollywood actors in general, not just one or couple specific actors from Hollywood

  • It must be direct criticism ot the subject. For example “I would have made a different choice [than X]” does not critize directly, just points out that he would do something differenly, so that does not count.

  • It must have clear negative sentiment. For example "Because of Joe Biden migration is at record high" does not resolve it YES by itself, because "migration" does not automatically mean something negative. But if we added "and migration slowly destroys America", then it would be YES. Similarly if he said "Because of Joe Biden illegal migration is at record high". Illegal migration is condered bad by almost everyone, so it would resolve YES even without any aditional context.

  • [Added 14/03] I am not gonna count just posting a link to a article (that contains some criticism) without anything else (or retweet/"retruth"). But if he adds something like "I agree with this 100%" or "They are right, read this", I would count it, because he actively shows that he agrees with the content.

  • I reserve right to N/A any options that are problematic, but I will try to avoid it

  • For YES resolution you must post evidence (link). I will probably do quick google search for each option after close to check if we missed anything obvious and then resolve rest to NO.

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Nikki Haley

For what it’s worth her name is spelled Nikki

Curious, schumer is not on the list, but would this have counted? https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/4537837-trump-goes-after-schumer-for-netanyahu-criticism-democrats-are-bad-for-israel/

Trump doesn't say schumer specifically, nor does he really attack him, but he does imply bad behavior regarding acting politically.

@gpt_news_headlines

I asssume you refer to this section:

Former President Trump criticized Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Sunday after the senator said there should be an election to replace Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying the remarks are emblematic of poor policy toward the country by the Democratic Party.

There is no direct quote, but assuming he said something like "Schumer's remarks are emblematic of poor policy", it would count, because he criticized what Schumer had said.

@Weezing well, or just the headline itself - "Trump goes after Schumer for Netanyahu criticism: ‘Democrats are bad for Israel’"

Sorry, I wasn't entirely clear on our answer. Are you saying it would count?

@gpt_news_headlines Headlines can be clickbait or misleading, what matters is what trump actually said.

@Weezing Ahh, so you're saying it doesn't count?

@gpt_news_headlines Yea, if we can't find direct quote anywhere and we just have this article paraphrasing it, then it does not count. If they directly quoted Trump I would count it.

@Weezing Makes sense. Appreciate the clarity.

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Does sharing someone else's insults count? e.g. this Truth Social post where he shares a link to an article that refers to Nikki Haley as a "loser [. . .] mining for humiliation" https://truthsocial.com/@realDonaldTrump/112083374073064109

Since this both isn't his own words and could've been posted by his staff rather than himself I'm unsure of how it would be considered

@LaurelFallon Hi, thanks for pointing this out. I think I am not gonna count just posting a link without anything else (or retweet/"retruth"). If he added something like "I agree with this 100%" or "They are right, read this", I would count it., because he actively shows that he agrees with the content.

In general I consider anything posted on Trump's official social media as written by him.

@Weezing Yeah that's a sensible approach

@Weezing can you define what level of criticisms would qualify as criticising? E.g Trump could say something as “I would have made a different choice” vs his usual rants and degrading nick names.

@DavidS I will allow any level of criticism (subject did/is something [bad]), otherwise it would be hard to draw the line consistently. But your example “I would have made a different choice [than X]” does not even critize directly, just points out that he would do something differenly, so that does not count. It must be direct criticism ot the subject. If he said “I would have made a different choice [than X], because it resulted in uncotrollable migration and millions of illegals”, then it would count.

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