Among allies, Trump remains an unpredictable force


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Trump has argued that Democrats are hyping Russia's involvement in order to create an excuse for Clinton's loss.

The questions are going to increase. Now that the truth of the meetings are coming to light; the fall of the Borgias is upon us.

Publicist Rob Goldstone tells Donald Trump Jr that there is information that is "part of Russia and its government's support for Mr Trump".

Mr Trump Jr replies: "If it's what you say, I love it."

The emails led to a meeting in New York with a Russian lawyer.

It appears to be the first confirmation that a Trump associate attended a meeting in the expectation of being handed sensitive information from Russian officials.

Let's see the Putin/Trump supporters put a spin on this one.

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Spin this...

Donny Jr. released all of his e-mails and will testify before Congress and nothing will be done.

Trump's base still love him and once he cuts taxes and gets rid of Obama care he will ensure that the 2018 elections go Republican and will 2020. Hell, if the GDP goes up by 4% he will probably put Pence in the White House in 2024.

The Democrats have no leadership, a dwindling base and no new ideas. Name one new policy proposal that they have come up with in the last 5 months. You can't because all they have is Identity Politics and "Wahhh we didn't win."

Oh, and meeting anybody from anywhere to get dirt on a political opponent isn't illegal. The Clinton campaign actively campaigned other foreign States to get dirt on Trump.

Keep resisting! (And not coming up with any ideas that will help anybody.) Resist!

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They will do the sensible thing -- just wait until he is OUT of the White House.

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