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Trump declines to say if he still has confidence in Attorney General Barr

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"Well he hasn't done anything. So, he hasn't looked," Trump said

That Trump's followers can still believe a single thing he says after having told 20,000+ 'intentional misinformations' says a lot about their reasoning skills. That many are actually contributing to Trump's legal team's scams just reinforces the 'fools and their money' adage. I wonder how many of these people also contributed to Bannon and other far right conmen's Trump Wall scams.

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Best one yet, lol.

https://gcaptain.com/have-you-heard-the-one-about-north-korean-boats-delivering-ballots-to-maine/

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Trump is in AG meltdown and will probably fire Barr soon. The smoke of anger was coming out of Trump's nostrils .

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They should be looking at all of this fraud. This is not civil, he thought it was civil. This is not civil, this is criminal stuff. This is very bad criminal stuff."

Is that the correct legal definition? Was the perpetrator a ‘bad hombre’? Was it the caravan?

He needs a new distraction quick, clock’s ticking.

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Best one yet, lol.

Roger Stone, the conman who got Trump to push the 'wall'.

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Just ask Jeff Sessions....

You can be Trump's most loyal lapdog, cheer his every word, bow every time he enters a room....

But if you disagree with any of his crazed, unhinged rantings, you become a loser and scum...

He's a sick, depraved individual...

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Fat Bill realizes that there are down-sides to serving a narcissistic sociopath who also happens to be an idiot.

Being fired would give him a veneer of credibility that he doesn’t deserve.

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The final days are approaching; expect madness, tantrums, firings and more lies than ever.

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The final days are approaching; expect madness, tantrums, firings and more lies than ever.

It would not surprise me if he either made a scene at Mr. Biden's inauguration. It also would not surprise me if he tried to hold his own parallel inauguration since he is convinced he won. Likewise it would not surprise me if a couple of Supreme Court Justices officiated at such a parallel inauguration.

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White House staff are trying to avoid the president to prevent saying something wrong and being fired.

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That Trump's followers can still believe a single thing he says after having told 20,000+ 'intentional misinformations' says a lot about their reasoning skills.

Listen to CNN it’s worse and now they’re for sale, this is what happens when you lose money and credibility.

That many are actually contributing to Trump's legal team's scams

These are some of the most powerful lawyers in the country if they thought Trump was a screwball they wouldn’t even believe in him or even take his case

the 'fools and their money' adage. I wonder how many of these people also contributed to Bannon and other far right conmen's Trump Wall scams.

Bannon??? ROFL!

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