Weren't Cohen's lies to congress to protect Trump? And now Trump's rats are saying that makes him not credible? Funny stuff.
Considering all the crazy stuff Trump has said in front of the camera, it's probably safe to say he has said stuff even more crazy privately. Trump has no principles according to his own sister. It seems believable that he said those things.
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To me, the tantrum the moron in chief is throwing is proof that the allegations are true.
And it's pretty easy for me to tell when he is lying lately, besides just when his lips are moving. When he calmly tries to explain something away, or calmly claims no knowledge of something, or says "many people have said...", or "many people agree with me..." (talk about anonymous sources!) - he is lying.
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No animal - nobody - what animal would say such a thing?"
Um... idiot Trump would, and did.
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Boy, apps like this will sure put a damper on incompetent Trump's campaign adds - which of course he will claim no knowledge of.
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Vice President Mike Pence said in an interview Friday that the Republican National Convention next week will focus on what Trump has accomplished, including on the economy and with his coronavirus response.
Don't blink or you'll miss it. It's going to be a very short convention.
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“When I read about it, I didn’t like it. I said this is for government, this isn’t for private people. And it sounded to me like showboating,” he told reporters at the White House, adding that he felt “very badly" about the situation.
January 2019 -Trump
"The project has my blessing, and you can tell the media that. "
What a loser!!
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That's an easy question - Trump!
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No surprise there, it's just telling what we already know.
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The Environment Ministry says it is very rare in Japan for more than 200 cats to be retrieved from one location.
Makes me wonder how many times 100-199 cats are retrieved from one location. It makes it sound like it's pretty often...
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Trump: I'm not worried, it's not a big deal, the US will recover quickly, I like the numbers where they are, blah blah blah.
He's an imbecile incapable of thinking of anyone but himself.
Now suddenly he decides to get tested and announces a state of emergency? After what he has been saying up to this point I seriously doubt he made that decision on his own. His staff and medical advisers probably had to drag him kicking and screaming to do it.
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Liar-In-Chief - again! Pretty sure this is Donnie's way of getting back at Schiff by falsely blaming him for something he hopes will divide the Dems....
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At least one company is taking countermeasures:
Yahoo Japan Corp said Friday it is calling on all employees to avoid commuting during rush hours and is banning meetings of more than 100 people in principle, in addition to encouraging personnel to wear face masks and promoting the use of teleconferences.
For now, core working time will be shortened by two hours from noon to 3 p.m. for the 6,500 employees at Yahoo to facilitate commuting during later hours.
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Kawabata’s defense said the accident occurred before he realized what had happened.
That's exactly why he shouldn't be driving - driving unaware can be deadly.
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Glad to see that Japan is serious about 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement. Now if they would only be more serious about making/enforcing non-smoking laws...
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And these weekend trips are adding up to millions of dollars to the taxpayers...
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To me an accident is something that happens by chance. This was no accident - it was clearly preventable and caused by the driver. Sad all around. I hope there are some potentially stupid people out there who learn from it.
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In the U.S., the government is seeking to take over management of production and distribution of replacement inflators in an effort to speed the process and prioritize where inflators are sent.
The government? Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha! I needed a good laugh today.
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While I understand the many valid points being made, I think many are missing the point. I don't think she's expecting that all women work the same type of schedule that she does. But it will be hugely beneficial if she can help create an environment where Japanese women have more opportunity to work than they current have.
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You gotta love how Japan does so many things without really doing anything. In the same vein as passing a law without any penalty for breaking the law, they now propose a new holiday on a Sunday which is already a day off. LOL! Another case of politicians afraid to vote for something that actually makes a difference...
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Huh? What a strange article. The way the author tries to deduce that cost is the issue doesn't make any sense.
First the author says, "Many students from all over the world at my school invited their friends and family to come see Japan and they came in droves."
Then he has a difficult time inviting someone to Japan from his own family, and decides it's because of cost despite the fact that others came to Japan in droves.
So why isn't cost an issue for other international students and their friends/family? They are all rich while the author isn't? Or exchange rates with other countries are that much better than the author's home country? The author fails to make any comparisons.
My idea, which has little to do with cost: Most international students in Japan are from nearby Asian countries. The flight is much shorter to Japan than from Western countries for their friends/family. The culture is also much closer. So a trip to Japan from Asian countries is not as big of an undertaking as it is from Western countries (for most people).
Just my 2 yen...
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Since the FAA paid for most of it, then the good citizens of the U.S. own it, right? What's the point in putting so much money into an airport that has so little traffic. The U.S. has no money to spend on projects like this...
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Good for the mayor - he's just trying to make a point, knowing that it's mostly unenforceable. But obviously drinking is a huge problem in Japan. Holding drunks accountable including firing is a better idea as some posters have said. For the posters who think it's a total ban - it's not. The public servants are still free to drink to their hearts content at home.
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