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Is Trump cowardly for backing out of the meeting with the New York Times?

  • Yes, backing out of the meeting with the New York Times was cowardly on Trump's part.

    Yes, it was cowardly for Trump to back out of the meeting with the New York Times. He demonstrates Trump's lack of trust, his self-centered interests and his inability to handle any situation where he is not in complete control. It is yet another example of why Trump is unfit for office.

  • No he isnt

    He does what he wants he owns the white mansion. He owns all americans and so it is very funni. U think I not serious but our leader is nise to us an we can lift him for it so he like us a lot more than americans leader tthanks

  • No, I don`t think so.

    There is no point in Trump wanting to meet with the New York Times, because they are not on his side. To say that the New York Times is out to get Trump is an understatement. Trump obviously knows how negotiating works. Considering his business intelligence, he clearly knows how to get the other side to see his position on certain issues.

  • No, Trump was not acting cowardly, while negotiating the meeting with the New York Times.

    Trump was smart for backing out of the meeting with the New York Times. He was merely negotiating a deal, which is something he knows a lot about. Trump obviously knows how negotiating works. Considering his business intelligence, he clearly knows how to get the other side to see his position on certain issues. Sometimes walking away from the table is the only way to get the other person to change their stand and to reach an agreement. It is my opinion, that is exactly what he was doing and based on the outcome, it worked.

  • Nothing good would come from it.

    There is no point in Trump wanting to meet with the New York Times, because they are not on his side. To say that the New York Times is out to get Trump is an understatement. Trump knows there is nothing to gain from such a meeting, so he knows that there is no point in hosting it.


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