What we learned from Reddit’s AMA: What we thought, what we said, and what we were thinking

Reddit is having a major AMA today, and we got a chance to get our questions answered in person.

The AMA started off with a simple question: What’s up with the fact that the President of the United States has said he thinks we should ban Muslims from entering the country?

This was answered in the best way possible: a lot.

First, Trump told reporters, “I’m not going to rule out the possibility that we can ban people.”

He later added, “It depends on what the hell it is.”

Second, he said that his administration “would be open to a ban.”

That sounds a little more specific than banning Muslim immigration, but that’s how Trump said it.

Then, Trump gave some advice for how to handle the situation: “We need to look at it from a legal standpoint.

We need to see if it’s legal.”

He also noted that the president is under oath, which would make the executive order illegal.

The White House also said that Trump was not asking for an “end run around the courts,” but rather that the courts “can’t be involved.”

And while Trump said he is “not a big fan of the court system,” he added that “we need to be able to get the laws changed, so we can have a free country.”

Finally, Trump said that “our country is in a bad place right now.”

Trump said that he thinks the United Nations should be disbanded, the Supreme Court should be replaced by a court that is more “fair” and that we need to get rid of the Electoral College, which he said “doesn’t work very well in our country.”

Trump then said that, “We can’t be in a position where we’re not able to do the job.

We can’t have the judges deciding whether or not this is a country, and that’s the way it should be.”

Finally he said we should have an open, inclusive society, which means having an open borders policy, which also means letting in Muslims.

Finally, he called for the death penalty, saying that “I would take the death sentence against ISIS if it was my job.”

The President said he wants to build a wall between Mexico and the United Sates, which is not something we can do anymore, but he added, it’s something we should consider.

And that’s when the real meat of the AMA began.

Trump gave the audience his “biggest endorsement” for the Republican Party since he won the White House, and he gave a few other things too, including his “total and complete” support for Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Trump was also asked about the controversy that arose over a speech he gave to an evangelical church. “

He also pointed out that he doesn’t believe that Democrats have a plan to solve immigration issues, and suggested that he’d support a proposal to build the border wall and the construction of a “border wall and a wall of compassion.

“Trump was also asked about the controversy that arose over a speech he gave to an evangelical church.

The President said that it was an “outrageous speech,” but he did say that he didn’t think it was a problem at all.

Trump said the speech was not a speech about immigration and said that the reason he gave it was to show his support for people who are Christian.

But he said it wasn’t a “Christian” speech, and it wasn.

Trump also said the same thing about his Christian heritage.

Finally Trump said, there’s an issue of religion and that the issue is not about Islam or Christianity.

He said, we’re a nation of believers.

And if you go into our churches, you’ll find that we are Christians, and I believe that’s what the Bible says.

Trump also said he was glad that he was asked to take part in the AMA, because he believes that people can be more open and transparent about their political views, even if it is against the law.

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