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Posted in: Kushner plays down Russia's interference in 2016 election See in context

A couple of Facebook ads - is this guy as stupid as his daddy-in-law?

His pocket book and position in the WH and privately say different.

Then for the 20th time, why did he meet with Russian agents at Trump Tower to get dirt on Hillary and lie about it?

Every intel organization of our government, all those overseas, and now the Mueller report outline in detailed facts the sweeping scope and depth of the Russian influence campaign in 2016.

But both we exonerated and found not to have colluded with the Russians, these Democrats, losers.

Trumpers always protecting Russia - disparage the FBI who protect us from Russian espionage - they do Putin's work for him...

Trump and his band of traitors have sold out America to Putin - and every Trump supporter should look into the mirror and ask themselves if they're OK with that...

Treasonous for the Democrats to weaponize the FBI to try and take down and take out a duly elected President, now that their plan failed miserably...AGAIN they now hope their flimsy plan to try and (sigh) dislodge this President again....

Hindering our security agencies - siding with Russia - now that's treasonous...

2020 is sailing past them. But they do have obstruction! Lol

Trump is sailing up the river - to Leavenworth...

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Posted in: Kushner plays down Russia's interference in 2016 election See in context

Hey Jared, could your playing down the Russia threat be related to you, Manafort, and Don Jr meeting with Russian agents at Trump Tower to get dirt on Hillary, then lying about it?

What a tool...

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Posted in: Democrats weigh contempt vote after White House defies subpoena See in context

As if the WH would listen to idiots like Cummings and Nadler. ROFL

Exactly, who cares about the Constitution and the separation of powers - Kings (or Crime Dons) don't need Constitutions...

Boy, they are making it too easy for Trump to slide into a second term. Democrats, keep on trying, guess you like the pain. Lol

You mean sliding into his orange jump suit...

Trump won't lose because Democrats are investigating a proven scam artist. He'll lose because he hasn't accomplished anything.

What? Lol

You bet - and his biggest accomplishment is re-energizing Stormy Daniels career...

The botched handling of North Korea? Peace in the Middle East even further away? Trade wars with Europe, China, and Canada? No new trade deals at all? No healthcare deal? His love of Putin? Obstructing justice?

Again, if the economy is doing good, Dems are going to have a tough time.

Or put another way, yea, he's screwed all those up, but we're Trumpers, we don't care if he obstructs justice 10 times or shoots someone on 5th Ave...

The only thing he could possibly run on is not screwing up the economy Obama handed off to him, except for the stock market drops after he says something dumb.

No one in their right and stable mind believes that if you are honest. Trump was handed one of THE slowest recovery in US history. Any President that is proud of a GDP under 3% deserves to lose....land badly.

Yea, and just imagine if he had been handed an economy that was on the cusp of the greatest Depression since 1929 by Bush and the Repubs...

He'll just make outrageous lies to scare the uneducated portion of his base sprinkled with hints of racism for middle America and lots, and lots, and lots, and lots of lies. And his fans will cheer his lies and ask for more. America was never working for them anyway.

And as demonstrated by Trumper comments here - BINGO!

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Posted in: Democrats weigh contempt vote after White House defies subpoena See in context

According to a committee memo, Newbold said the disqualifying issues included foreign influence, conflicts of interest, financial problems, drug use, personal conduct and criminal conduct.

Well, that sums up the Trump Crime Family fairly accurately....

Only thing missing is "cavorting with porn stars and Playboy Bunnies"...

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Posted in: Kushner plays down Russia's interference in 2016 election See in context

Kushner continued: "It's a terrible thing, but I think the investigations and all the speculation that happened for the past two years has had a much harsher impact on democracy than a couple Facebook ads."

A couple of Facebook ads - is this guy as stupid as his daddy-in-law? Every intel organization of our government, all those overseas, and now the Mueller report outline in detailed facts the sweeping scope and depth of the Russian influence campaign in 2016.

This dunce trying to diminish it is just doing Putin's work for him. What is it that Putin has over the Trumps?

More improtantly, why isn't this administration doing anything to stop Russia from doing it again in 2020 - maybe because as Donnie said in 2016, he wants their help? Or as Rudy said this weekend, it['s OK to get dirt from Russia?

Trump and his band of traitors have sold out America to Putin - and every Trump supporter should look into the mirror and ask themselves if they're OK with that...

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Posted in: Trump gets Buckingham Palace dinner date See in context

I've never supported citicizing a US President when he goes overseas, not even Bush Jr, but this Imposter of a President deserves all the insults he will get. Bring out the Orange Man-Baby balloon - the bigger the better.

This criminal will no doubt again embarrass the US as a nation, and show himself to be a moron with the understanding of a fifth grader that everyone knows he is...

He's an absolute disgrace and embarrassment...he should be hosting his failed reality TV show rather than representing the US on the world stage...

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Posted in: Trump sues to block U.S. Congress subpoena for his financial records See in context

That's just the typical Trumper dodge they use every day here.

No, you just want to trump bash and refuse to see the despicable tactics the left use on a sick and daily basis to do whatever they can to dislodge this President from power.

He's doing that himself by directing his staff on 10 occasions to obstruct justice...

Between this article and the one where Trump says "No One Disobey's Me", they are pretty quiet today - I guess even they can't spin what a disaster his past couple days have been...

Maybe, they’re working making money or they have to attend to their families that many of us have.

Nah, I think they just can't refute any of the bad news...

I find it ironic, or simply hypocritical, that the party of government control of the people do not trust that the IRS to properly audit a billionaires tax returns. The very wealthy get special attention due to the complexity of their tax filings. Trump was badgered about his taxes during the campaign and he was elected anyway. If he has done anything wrong the IRS has the power to fine and even imprison him - just like any other citizen.

So lets see the returns, Mr President - you know, "Transparency" - like you demanded to see President Obama's college records...

What I am seeing from the Democrats now is frustration that Mueller let them down and she now they are lashing out. They are also displaying a healthy distrust for government - which strangely never appears during the presidency of a Democrat.

Mueller indicted seven of Trump's closest associates, proved Russia interfered in our election, caught Trump and his minions in lie and after lie, and showed he intended to obstruct justice at least 10 times....some let down.

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Posted in: Trump sues to block U.S. Congress subpoena for his financial records See in context

especially after Lois Lerner used and weaponized the IRS to take out conservative donors and later pleading the 5th when asked during her deposition in Congress.

And then some conservative will murder a doctor. What does that have to do with this article? Nothing, just like Lois Lerner.

That's just the typical Trumper dodge they use every day here.

Between this article and the one where Trump says "No One Disobey's Me", they are pretty quiet today - I guess even they can't spin what a disaster his past couple days have been...

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Posted in: On staff following orders, Trump says: 'Nobody disobeys me' See in context

OK Trumpers, help us feeble minded non-Trumpers understand your Oracle...

Trump directed McGahn to instruct Rosenstein to fire Mueller, which is a clear obstruction of justice offense...

McGahn refused to carry out this felonious order, saving Trump from an indictment/impeachment on obstruction...

Yet today Trump trashes McGahn...

https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-tweets-don-mcgahn-mueller-report-2019-4

So McGahn's decision to not comply with Trump's direction saved the Trump Presidency, but Trump insults him for doing that...

Explain that to us...

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Posted in: Trump sues to block U.S. Congress subpoena for his financial records See in context

And who said this about transparency in 2015;

He also phoned in to Greta Van Susteren’s Fox News show, where he repeated the assertion that Obama was “probably the least-transparent president in the history of the country.” The same week, he appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman. The visit—which was covered by the Hollywood Reporter and E! online—included this remarkable exchange:

Letterman: Why do we want to see President Obama’s college records?

Trump: Transparency. Does that makes sense to anybody? Transparency.

Letterman: What does that mean, “transparency”?

Trump: It means there are so many hidden things that we just don’t know about our president.

Trump is too stupid to even know how big a hyocrite he is. And his supporters just turn a blind eye - disgusting...

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Posted in: On staff following orders, Trump says: 'Nobody disobeys me' See in context

"Nobody disobeys me," Republican Trump said when asked if he was worried about his orders not being followed. He made the remark at the White House during an annual Easter celebration.

Sure Donnie - no one except your handpicked staff - the ones you gave instructions on to commit a felony on your behalf - those folks have read the penal code and know what a crime is.

Of course in your defense, the penal code would be a tough read for someone with the understanding of a fifth grader...

The Deep State and the "Resistance" is all Republican!

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Posted in: On staff following orders, Trump says: 'Nobody disobeys me' See in context

Great picture - two clowns; one white, one orange...

"Nobody disobeys me," Republican Trump said when asked if he was worried about his orders not being followed. He made the remark at the White House during an annual Easter celebration.

Well, that statement makes it clear why he and Kim Jong Un are "in love"...

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-canada-45696420/trump-on-kim-jong-un-we-fell-in-love

That makes two (Putin and Kim), next we'll have love for the Ayatollah, Al Assad, and Mugabe...

Dictators and Tyrants all express admiration for each other...

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Posted in: Mueller paints a damning portrait of Trump See in context

Thank you - I'm glad we finally have some Trumpers here who admit he's a crook...

I think all politicians are shady, some more than others, but I like ours better.

Most politicians are shady, some aren't. But some, like Nixon and Trump, are so deeply criminal that they shouldn't be let anywhere near the White House...

Merry band of Democrats? I thought Donnie called him "honorable"..

Not the investigating ones...

??? Mueller led the investigation - and Donnie called him honorable - you disagree with Trump?

I don't think any of them would be caught dead in the Trump Crime Family administration. Now Schiff, Nadler, Schumer, maybe....

I don't care who it is as long as the continue the Repub Resistance to the Criminal in Chief...

Well again, thanks. I appreciate you admitting all your previous conspiracy theories on a Democratic Deep State was just a fairy tale...

I never said, nor have I eluded to that notion, I know how active the Democrat deep state swamp is and the attempts to wage political jihad and create a coup to dispose of this President. Put that statement down for the record so there’s no confusion.

Well I'm confused. Mueller proved that the only Deep State is in the White house - McGahn, Lewandowski, Porter, who all refused to be part of Trump's felonies. The Resistance is Republican!

A coup it was in 2016

Exactly and it failed miserably for the Democrats.....again....lol

Donnie and Vlad - wonder why there was no US translator in their meetings...

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Posted in: Mueller paints a damning portrait of Trump See in context

This quote is one of the funniest I've read here on JT - what he's saying is "thank God there were some people in the Trump administration that had some sense of patriotism and integrity left, that they refused to carry out the clearly criminal directions of the President..."

Yup!

Thank you - I'm glad we finally have some Trumpers here who admit he's a crook...

Oh, by the way, no more indictments, it’s over! Mueller and his band of merrily angry Democrats couldn’t topple the President.

Merry band of Democrats? I thought Donnie called him "honorable"....

https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/435629-trump-mueller-acted-honorably

Think about that for a minute....then think, all those people are gone now, so who's left to stop this Criminal in Chief from his crime mob tendencies?

Not Bernie or Biden.....Maybe Booker?

I don't think any of them would be caught dead in the Trump Crime Family administration. Now Vinnie from the Bronx, maybe....

I guess you can call those former staff members the Repub Deep State or Resistance.

Yes, sir!

Well again, thanks. I appreciate you admitting all your previous conspiracy theories on a Democratic Deep State was just a fairy tale...

The coup attempt failed. And a coup attempt it certainly was.

A coup it was in 2016, by Donnie and Vlad - comrades in arms - and corruption...

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Posted in: Mueller paints a damning portrait of Trump See in context

Trump failed in his obstruction attempts because his staff succeeded in stoping him from committing a crime.

And that’s a great thing. Thank God for his staff!

This quote is one of the funniest I've read here on JT - what he's saying is "thank God there were some people in the Trump administration that had some sense of patriotism and integrity left, that they refused to carry out the clearly criminal directions of the President..." Think about that for a minute....then think, all those people are gone now, so who's left to stop this Criminal in Chief from his crime mob tendencies?

I guess you can call those former staff members the Repub Deep State or Resistance...

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Posted in: Mueller paints a damning portrait of Trump See in context

The biggest laughs from the Mueller report;

The "Deep State" and "Resistance" aren't Democrats - they're all the closet members of the Trump administration! Rather than blocking his efforts, their failure to carry out his criminal instructions saved them from a co-conspirator charge and kept Donnie out of an orange jumpsuit (for the time being).

Then you have Donnie who for two years has falsely accused the investigation as a witch hunt, denigrating Mueller and calling his team "13 angry Democrats"....

Yet on 25 Mar, after Barr gave his summary, he said;

Trump, after giving a prepared statement with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was asked whether Mueller acted honorably throughout his investigation into whether Russia colluded with Trump's presidential campaign. "Yes he did," the president replied.

Now, as more details emerge of Trump issuing directing clearly criminal actions to his subordinates, he flip-flops again in an unhinged Twitter rant;

President Trump stepped up his attacks against special counsel Robert Mueller early Saturday morning, claiming Mueller's recently released report "was written as nastily as possible" by "true Trump Haters."

In a string of early morning tweets, Trump lashed out at Mueller, calling him "highly conflicted" and once again declaring the special counsel's investigation "the greatest Witch Hunt in U.S. political history."

"Despite the fact that the Mueller Report should not have been authorized in the first place & was written as nastily as possible by 13 (18) Angry Democrats who were true Trump Haters, including highly conflicted Bob Mueller himself.

Trump is mentally ill - he's incapable of governing, let alone holding the nuclear button. The sooner his supporters realize this, the better for our country, and the world...

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Posted in: Mueller paints a damning portrait of Trump See in context

A disgrace, an embarrassment, but most worryingly, a total incompetent.

We elected a crime syndicate when we put the Trump family in office in 2016.

Send this criminal back to reality TV show and let's restore some decency, competency, and morality back to the White House...

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Posted in: Democrats make legal bid for all Russia probe evidence; Trump poll numbers drop See in context

What I find absolutely hilarious is Trump and Trumpers raging about the nonexistent "Deep State" and "Resistance" thwarting Trump at every turn...

Hah - the real resistance are those closest to the President; McGahn, Lewandowski, et al. who refuse to carry out his criminal instructions to obstruct justice...

The Resistance is all Republican!

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Posted in: Democrats make legal bid for all Russia probe evidence; Trump poll numbers drop See in context

Just think of this - on ten occasions - 10 - Trump asked someone to obstruct justice - but they refused, or just didn't do it.

Let's use Trump's own example that he so famously said at one of his rallies; "I Could Stand In the Middle Of Fifth Avenue And Shoot Somebody And I Wouldn't Lose Any Voters"

OK, Trump asks one of his staff to bring him a gun, so he can act on his statement to go shoot someone, but that person declines...

Would you want someone like that as President?

He tried to commit a crime on at least 10 occasions - and when the NY SD Attorney finishes they'll be more to add to the charge sheet...

Nothing but a crime mob boss...

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Posted in: Trump, first lady to visit Japan as state guests May 26-28 See in context

U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump will visit Japan from May 25 to 28, making them the first state guests to meet with the country's new emperor, the Japanese and U.S. governments said.

And every American cringes as this impostor and clown visits Japan and makes a fool of himself and embarrasses our country.

Trump to Emperor: "I learned a lot about Japan as a child - by watching all the Godzilla movies...you guys keep him in a zoo or something? I'd like to see him while I'm here..."

I hope he can remember the differences between "origins" and "oranges" while here...just look in the mirror Donnie - what's looking back at you is "orange"...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUPsNgmXR7M

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Posted in: 'A good day': Trump claims victory with Mueller report out See in context

You're advocating for the president to break the law. Sweet. Glad to know you are against the rule of law.

Member that BS story of Clinton and Lynch at the airport tarmac and claimed that they were talking about their grandkids? There was just No way Bill would ask the former AG to break the law to not prosecute her right? Which ironically after that encounter she wasn’t....

And another 3 year old debunked conspiracy theory - the Trumpers love these fairy tales...

Democrats are the last people to preach to anyone about breaking the law. I have yet to see a Republican hide a few grand in their home freezer.

True, Trump keeps his in Putin's safe...much safer there...

By the way, it wasn't democrats who initiated the Mueller investigation.

It wasn’t Trump that first initiated the birther myth.

Typical dodge...It was a Repub (Rosenstein) who appointed a Repub (Meuller)...but don't expect Trumpers to understand that...the world is only Trumpers and Libs...

Completely irrelevant to why Trumpophiles can't understand how obstruction of justice works. It has nothing to do with the Dems, it's a law.

Why is it difficult for Trump haters to understand, neither we nor the President will take the abuse of Democrats, not like before, yes, that includes obstruction

Another dodge - Trump breaking the law by obstructing justice, conspiring to payoff porn stars, inflating his wealth to fraudulently get loans, any all sorts of other fifth - to Trumpers that's not a crime, even though it's specifically spelled out is US statutes. Because Trump, just like Putin, the Ayatollah, and Kim, can never do wrong - that's the way tyrants and dictatorships work...

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Posted in: 'A good day': Trump claims victory with Mueller report out See in context

Trump can always be counted on to step into more doo-doo on the slippery slope to impeachment.

Keep dreamin' that dream, reamer! You have to have proof of serious crimes and a two-thirds Senate vote to impeach a president. You ain't got neither one.

Individual -1.....

Let us know if you find any Trump-related collusion or obstruction. Mueller couldn't.

Inaccurate, Mueller found evidence of obstruction. Barr decided it wasn't enough to prosecute.

I want to see apologies from everyone who accused Trump of collusion and obstruction.

And if you don't give me what I want, I'll throw a tantrum just like our two-year old President...

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Posted in: 'A good day': Trump claims victory with Mueller report out See in context

A crucial question to ask is what influence/effect will The Mueller Report to going to have on the 2020 Presidential Election, the campaign and or the candidates?

And the answer is all Americans, except those that read Sputnik and Russia Today, will be horrified by the corruption and criminal activity of the Trump Crime World syndicate outlined in the Mueller report...and vote accordingly...

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Posted in: Redactions heavier on Russian meddling than on obstruction See in context

Several blacked-out passages refer to efforts by the Trump campaign to keep apprised of WikiLeaks dumps of emails and other materials related to Hillary and her campaign. The passages refer to now-convicted former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and to other campaign aides and allies.

Hmmmm....

Those references are likely related to the Mueller team's investigation into the activities of long-time Trump ally Roger Stone, who faces charges stemming from conversations he had during the campaign about WikiLeaks.

I see...

If I was a Trump supporter, I'd be speechless too....

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Posted in: 'A good day': Trump claims victory with Mueller report out See in context

Look at the Trumpers here engaging in their fantasies and fairly tales... Mueller exposed the filth that surrounds this administration.

Mueller indicted and successfully prosecuted six of Trump's most senior associates...

He confirmed what everyone knows (even Trump knows, he just can't admit it), that Russia engaged in a sophisticated inluence operation to help elect him president (and the Trumpers fell for it)...

He confirmed Stone was in contact with Assaunge and Wikileaks - both of whom hate America and will do anything to harm us...

He tried to obstruct justice at least four times but was only held back by his underlings being insubordinate...

He lied and tried to cover up the Trump Tower meeting with Russians...

The cesspool that is Trumpworld has been exposed to those not blinded by Putin's propaganda to see...

Next comes the SD NY Attorney investigation of "Individual -1" and his many other crimes and corruption...

Keep you lawyers Donnie - you're still going to need them...

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Posted in: Redactions heavier on Russian meddling than on obstruction See in context

Several blacked-out passages refer to efforts by the Trump campaign to keep apprised of WikiLeaks dumps of emails and other materials related to Hillary and her campaign. The passages refer to now-convicted former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and to other campaign aides and allies.

Those references are likely related to the Mueller team's investigation into the activities of long-time Trump ally Roger Stone, who faces charges stemming from conversations he had during the campaign about WikiLeaks

Some pages that are almost entirely blacked out appear to mask the Mueller team's narrative concerning efforts by a secretive Russian tech team known as the Internet Research Agency to interfere in the 2016 election on the side of the Trump campaign.

Trump - Manafort - Assaunge - Stone - Putin - all linked together - what a basket of deplorables...

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Posted in: Release of Mueller's Trump-Russia report looms as fight brews over redactions See in context

just another 3D. Democrat Disappointment Day.

3D? You mean Don, Don Jr and Eric? Dictator, Dumb, and Dumber?

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Posted in: Hatred of journalists turning to violence, watchdog warns See in context

Trump's crazed rantings and ravings, tearing down and trying to destroy our Constitution, are symptoms of a lunatic or a dictator - in Trump's case I think it's both.

The West won the Cold War, Putin is winning the 21st century information/influence war - and every Trumper here should receive a check from the Kremlin for supporting his efforts.

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Posted in: Hatred of journalists turning to violence, watchdog warns See in context

Welcome to Trump's America, where our country is equivalent to Russia, North Korea, Iran, and all the other African dictatorships and authoritarian regimes that try to limit freedom of the press and control what people can see and hear...

That so many Trump supporters are ready to rescind the First Amendment just shows how successful Putin's information warfare campaign has been.

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Posted in: President who cried wolf? Real border alarms now seem hollow See in context

Interesting way to admit Trump was right all along about the crisis at the border.

Interesting way of admitting Trump and the Repubs are to blame for over two years of incompetence and inaction on immigration...

The only thing he's done is give them jobs...

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