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  1. Don’t bet on him to legalize it, if you want it legalized vote for someone who has it in their platform. Simple.

  2. If Trump does promise to legalize marijuana during his 2020 campaign, then he will have more voters on the Trump Train.

  3. I'm a 42 year old Republican and never used any illegal drug a day in my life. However after hearing the pro's and cons of marijuana I would say I would have to vote for it. So I just hope Trump gets on board.

  4. On the Dem side Tulsi Gabbard is pushing hard already to legalize it. Tulsi could win if Trump keeps languishing and bumbling into conflicts like Venezuela.

  5. Trump will go down as THE greatest President if he openly supports and signs Federal legalization. Crime will plummet, peace will reign and the Spice will flow.

  6. Im sorry but if your "strongly against" weed your most likely a racist. Its the truth! Its even in the history books…

  7. Legalize it for recreational use and medical use it's just a plant we want to grow it and use it cultivate

  8. Republicans just want to discriminate against LGBTQ people, transgenders in the military, caging children. Working with Putin on our next election. He has never once mentioned cannibas at his rallies???.

  9. Recently President Trump has made it clear that he is not going to legalize marijuana nationally and he opposes marijuana.

  10. Last I knew no one needed a license to grow soybeans! ? Do we ban growing potatoes because vodka or corn because of beer? Do some true research! Cannabis is non-toxic! Taxation is theft! Sow Seeds!!! OUR HUMAN RIGHT!

  11. Will Indiana support Gov holcomb for 10 more years of NO to legal????, to 80+ % will of Indiana wanting legal now ! Vote out holcomb in 2020 !

  12. I know that Trump said when asked medical uses absolutely, but he didn't address the recreational use.

  13. I so hope that he comes out against legalization. If he does that he will lose the election. The very people that support him smoke pot.

  14. Trump made Cannabis part of Campaign in 2016, States Right ACT, but he has never pushed it and never will.

  15. Eventually it will be legal throughout the U.S. When that happens I hope they come up with a way to test for THC like they do alcohol. If they can't accurately distinguish between it simply being in the system and someone currently being under the influence it leaves the door open for employers to fire over something a person does on their free time.
    What's worse is the cops will go crazy giving everyone DUI's. It's a b.s revenue generator they'll use by at the very least citing people who smoked 28 days ago. You can not convince me that the technology doesn't exist to accurately test and determine if someone smoked 20 minutes ago, 2 days ago, or 20 days ago. I dont even smoke but I can see the problem with cops and drivers already.

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