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Posted in: Trump defends Giuliani in tweet after report of federal probe See in context

bass4funkToday  10:12 am JST

"It's an absolute taboo for Trump supporters to discuss anything that anyone on their "team" might have done wrong. Their egos won't allow it"

Oh, please! Liberals...

Proving my point right on cue.

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Posted in: NY Times: Violent parody video shown at Trump resort See in context

Burning BushToday  12:41 pm JST

Lighten up people.

It's just a parody video, shown on private property during a private event.

In other words you think it's okay.

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Posted in: Trump defends Giuliani in tweet after report of federal probe See in context

Chip StarToday  05:32 am JST

Adam schiff and democratscare completely irrelevant to an article about Rudy's people being arrested for campaign finance fraud.

It's an absolute taboo for Trump supporters to discuss anything that anyone on their "team" might have done wrong. Their egos won't allow it.

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Posted in: Trump defends Giuliani in tweet after report of federal probe See in context

bass4funkToday  01:36 am JST

Yes, but liberals...

A predictably stupid and badly-written comment.

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Posted in: Trump defends Giuliani in tweet after report of federal probe See in context

Chip StarToday  01:58 pm JST

Liberals and democrats are completely irrelevant (off topic) in an article about Repugnsnt Rudy's associates being arrested for breaking our laws.

Quite right, so they are. Speaking personally though, I don't care if Rudy Giuliani really does have incriminating stuff on Joe and Hunter Biden. Let them hand it over for investigation, may the truth come out and may the Bidens face the consequences. If he's got dirt on Hilary Clinton let that come out too. I wasn't keen on her as a candidate and Biden doesn't enthuse me either. None of the Democratic presidential candidates do, really. However I'm from Britain and although I support the Labour Party I don't care much for the idea of Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister.

Now, I bet you'll never see any such admission from an online Trump supporter. It's all "totally love this President... greatest President in the history of the USA... 200 accomplishments... 4D chess... drain the swamp..." and then they have the brass to accuse liberals of idolising their leaders.

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Posted in: Trump defends Giuliani in tweet after report of federal probe See in context

bass4funkToday  12:59 pm JST

I know the liberals hate the spotlight turned on to them.

No, it's just so tedious to read the same old moral cowardice over and over I'm surprised you're not boring yourself.

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Posted in: Trump defends Giuliani in tweet after report of federal probe See in context

bass4funkToday  08:31 am JST

"I would imagine the amount of dirt Rudy has on Trump and his family would fill the Grand Canyon,"

I’m sure Rudy has even more dirt on the House Democrats not including Hillary...

Same old predictable and boring Soviet-style "what about...?" stuff.

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Posted in: Ex-U.S. envoy to Ukraine tells impeachment inquiry Trump ousted her based on 'false claims' See in context

gcbelToday  04:55 pm JST

"So she wasn’t disparaging the president in a foreign country and telling people not to do what they were ordered to do?"

wow... If that’s really the best you guys can muster as a comeback argument to what the ambassador has laid out you’re really out of gas.

There's nothing Trump can do they won't try to cobble together some kind of excuse for, but I imagine if the ambassador was acting in such an insubordinate manner there would have been some kind of statement to that effect. However the administration seems to have very little to say for itself.

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Posted in: Ex-U.S. envoy to Ukraine tells impeachment inquiry Trump ousted her based on 'false claims' See in context

Trump was asked on Friday whether Giuliani was still his personal attorney. He answered, "I don't know."

How can a very stable genius, master businessman and 4d chess guru not know the answer to such a simple question?

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Posted in: Giuliani associates charged with illegally funneling cash to pro-Trump group See in context

WilliBToday  12:52 pm JST

Oh Gee, what a serendipidous coincidence! Just when someone gets close to the truth in investigating grabby uncle Joe Biden, this comes up. 

It's just as "miraculous" that details of a $900,000 payment from Burisma to Joe Biden have just surfaced.

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Posted in: Giuliani associates charged with illegally funneling cash to pro-Trump group See in context

bass4funkToday  01:25 pm JST

Bingo as well as the hair plugs and his shiny pearl white teeth.

Well, you won't mind people calling Trump orange and bloated while you have this weird obsession with Biden's teeth.

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Posted in: Giuliani associates charged with illegally funneling cash to pro-Trump group See in context

BlacklabelToday  10:05 am JST

So the people helping to look into Biden corruption are actually arrested themselves. Well that’s one way to try to discredit the investigation.

Leave Trump himself to do the rest:

WASHINGTON – In a news conference, President Donald Trump denied knowing two Ukrainian-born business partners indicted Thursday in connection with alleged schemes to funnel foreign money to U.S. political campaigns, dismissing a photograph that showed him with one of the men at the White House.

“I don’t know those gentlemen,” Trump told reporters on the South Lawn on his way to a campaign rally in Minneapolis.

Doesn't say a whole lot for their integrity, does it. I wouldn't personally like to get people the President of the United States has disassociated himself from involved in any corruption investigations.

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Posted in: Giuliani associates charged with illegally funneling cash to pro-Trump group See in context

Kelly Sadler, a spokeswoman for America First Action Political Action Committee, confirmed the pro-Trump group received the $325,000 contribution mentioned in the indictment. Sadler said the organization "placed that contribution in a segregated bank account," and it has not been used "for any purpose."

They must have known it wasn't legit, otherwise they would surely have added it to the pot and spent it.

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Posted in: White House, Democrats spar over rules for impeachment See in context

Hiro S NobumasaToday  05:30 pm JST

Nancy should be fair and also investigate Biden and his son for their China and Ukraine business dealings.

Still flogging that dead horse?

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

arrestpaulToday  12:38 pm JST

Simon Foston - Blame the Republicans for that.

No. Elected Democrats are again showing the voters how they think of free speech...

The Democrats are taking advantage of the rule change introduced by the Republicans in 2015. They're abiding by the rules. Indicate where it says otherwise.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

Joe BlowToday  12:19 pm JST

Haven't you learned? "Progressives" no longer believe in due process or the presumption of innocence.

Doesn't matter, because the Republicans in the Senate only believe in doing what Mitch McConnell or Trump's base want, and will be too gutless to vote for a conviction even if they do believe Trump is guilty.

arrestpaulToday  12:25 pm JST

Wasn't it the mere mention of Joe and Hunter that caused the anonymous source to run screaming to Schiff's totally biased committee for whistleblower protection? 

Not the phone call that was supposedly so "perfect" that administration lawyers decided knowledge of it had to be hidden in a top secret server?

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

BlacklabelToday  12:07 pm JST

Unilateral subpoena power looks like you are acting unfairly...

Blame the Republicans for that.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

BlacklabelToday  11:43 am JST

For the 1000th time in return Congress cannot investigate “impeachment” without voting. 

Where in the Constitution or House rules does it say that?

BlacklabelToday  11:47 am JST

Even CNN openly telling you why they won’t vote:

“Moreover, having a vote on an impeachment inquiry resolution would give Republicans an opening to argue they should have subpoena power like in past impeachment proceedings, something that Democrats would almost certainly never allow.”

Quite... selective in your quoting there, weren't you. The CNN article goes on:

During the Clinton and Nixon impeachment inquiries, the House passed their inquiry resolutions so they could gain tools like more subpoena power and depositions, and included in those resolutions were nods to bipartisanship that gave the minority party subpoena power, too.

But the House rules have changed since the last impeachment of a president more than two decades ago. In this Congress, the House majority already has unilateral subpoena power, a rule change that was made when Republicans last controlled the House, so Democrats don't need to pass any resolution to grant those powers.

Thanks Republicans!

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

arrestpaulToday  11:19 am JST

I'll go out on a limb, and suggest that no court will seek the guidance of internet posters.

Right, the "but what about the Bidens" argument would get laughed out of court.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

BlacklabelToday  11:05 am JST

so ok I would like a Biden “inquiry” too. Are libs ok with that?

Doesn't bother me. May Biden and his son go to jail if they're found guilty of anything. Perhaps you should be asking why there hasn't been an inquiry yet, as Trump called for one back in July.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

arrestpaulToday  10:45 am JST

Simon Foston - Funny, the only polls I can find show increasing support for impeachment proceedings.

Poll results are usually based on the question(s) that were asked by the pollsters. How were the questions phrased on the polls you are referring to?

The phrasing of the questions isn't specified but there appear to be two separate responses: whether Trump should be investigated or not, and whether he should be removed from office or not. Support has been rising for impeachment inquiries, which is what I was referring to. Are you claiming that in fact most Americans don't want any sort of proceedings to go ahead, whatever the outcome?

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

arrestpaulToday  10:06 am JST

What elected Democrats are still missing is actual evidence of high crimes or misdemeanors. Democrats are also failing to convince a sufficient number of constituents that an impeachment is warranted.

Funny, the only polls I can find show increasing support for impeachment proceedings.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

fdsToday  08:53 am JST

why don't they investigate biden while they're at it?

This has all come about because Trump called for Biden to be investigated. That hasn't happened, curiously enough. There should have been some kind of investigation by now - if there was any evidence to base it on.

if they want to get this out in the open let's get everything out in the open!

Yes, let's. The White House should also get everything out in the open and let the House of Representatives have all the information and testimonies it wants.

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Posted in: Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony See in context

Burning BushToday  06:56 am JST

Trump is wisely making a spectacle...

No, it's stupid and it's just making him and his administration look more guilty. If Trump has nothing to hide he should let everything come out and trust the Senate to exonerate him.

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Posted in: Democrats subpoena Pentagon, White House budget office in impeachment probe See in context

plasticmonkeyToday  08:14 am JST

If Trump's call was so "perfect", he should have nothing to fear. Why all the hysterical shrieking about socialists and the deep state by Trump and his disciples?

Maybe they're getting scared that Trump's Republican support in the Senate isn't quite as rock solid as Mitch McConnell would have us believe.

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Posted in: Democrats subpoena Pentagon, White House budget office in impeachment probe See in context

WolfpackToday  07:47 am JST

The Justice Department needs to subpoena Schiff for his collusion with CIA operatives in the CIA who are attempting to overthrow a democratically elected government. 

What's this "overthrow a democratically elected government" guff? Were you not paying any attention at all to what Mitch McConnell said?

Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell rolled out a new social media campaign ad in which he vows to stop any Democratic push for impeachment.

"All of you know your Constitution," McConnell says in the video. "The way that impeachment stops is with a Senate majority with me as majority leader."

What a stupid situation. In regular criminal trials they don't fill juries with defendants' friends, associates and accomplices. Why is the President of the United States pretty much guaranteed an acquittal? Republican Senators should only vote down a conviction if they genuinely believe the President is innocent, not because they're scared of retaliation.

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Posted in: Trump says Pelosi may be guilty of treason See in context

WolfpackToday  08:19 pm JST

A coup against a duly elected president is clearly treasonous.

That's actually what you think the democratically elected legislature enacting impeachment proceedings is? Proceedings that are likely to hit a brick wall when the GOP in the Senate stop them? That's not a coup, no matter what the Trump shills you're parroting say.

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Posted in: Trump says Pelosi may be guilty of treason See in context

U.S. President Donald Trump, under pressure as Democrats pursue an impeachment inquiry against him, lashed out at the top Democrat in Congress on Sunday, saying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could be guilty of treason.

Good luck getting a conviction for that. Or is this another of those troll hits his adoring marks love him so much for?

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Posted in: Second whistleblower in Trump-Ukraine scandal comes forward See in context

Texas A&M AggieToday  10:53 am JST

No matter how many "whistleblowers" the democra/socialists say they have, President Trump should use every on-camera opportunity to say, "We will only cooperate with formal impeachment proceedings that take place after a floor vote in Congress. Not before. You want it? Vote for it.

Why? If you don't take the whistleblowers seriously it doesn't matter, surely? Trump will be safe in the Senate, won't he? The only reason I can see for not playing along is if there is actually a lot more incriminating stuff that might come out.

TheLongTermerToday  11:48 am JST

But what I cant understand is why CNN keeps repeating the same narrative that "joe biden and hunter did absolutely nothing wrong. zelch. zero proof."

Its not a stretch to conclude that there are issues with Hunters habitual...

Conclude what you like. Doesn't mean anything without tangible evidence.

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Posted in: Second whistleblower in Trump-Ukraine scandal comes forward See in context

BlacklabelToday  10:16 am JST

So an elected president can be removed by anonymous hearsay from a partisan Democrat who worked in the Dem White House? (IG said so)

The person never needs to even come forward? Cause Orangeman bad or something?

I don't know what you're getting so worked up about. If that's all it is then surely the Senate will vote to exonerate Trump.

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