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Posted in: Judge orders White House to restore CNN reporter's access See in context

Trump illegally withdrew his pass and now his big plan is not to call on Acosta? Then why did the White House lie about a fictional assault using doctored footage to illegally withdraw a pass when he could have just not called on him in the first place?

Just face it, President Fatty humiliated himself. Again.

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Posted in: Judge orders White House to restore CNN reporter's access See in context

Welcome back Mr. Acosta.

Weird there trumpets here are up in arms about an assault that never happened.

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Posted in: Trump seethes against Russia probe 'disgrace' See in context

Ok and then when Trump pardons them, then what?

He can’t pardon everyone: if they’re charged with state crimes by, say, the State of New York, he has no pardoning power.

But to answer your question: he looks like more of a snivelling coward data’s criminal than he already does. Amazing that Republicans tolerate and even praise criminals when they’re old, rich, white, male, and fat.

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Posted in: Trump's deputy national security adviser out amid White House turmoil See in context

Holder would know a lot about that.

Still whining about Holder 3 year’s since he left?

It’s so funny how even when they win, the right still act like the losers they are.

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Posted in: Trump's deputy national security adviser out amid White House turmoil See in context

Good to see another right wing bigot out of a job. Only problem is another crypto-Nazi will be installed at the will of Fuhrer Fatso.

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Posted in: CNN sues Trump, demanding return of Acosta to White House See in context

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Posted in: CNN sues Trump, demanding return of Acosta to White House See in context

Acosta has on numerous occasions engaged in persistent bickering and arguing with the president. He has on numerous occasions interrupted other reporters who'd been called on to ask questions. He constantly tries to hog the time and the mike, apparently thinking that WH press conferences are his own personal, exclusive interview.

Alas, one of this was cited as reason for withdrawing his press pass. It was a result of a non-existent assault cooked up entirely by the bird brain president and smokey-brain Sanders.

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Posted in: CNN sues Trump, demanding return of Acosta to White House See in context

Yes, I stopped watching their news broadcast back in 1992.

Funny, that’s the date you’ve told us you did your internship at Fox News. Seems like it’s a conflict of interest to attack points of view which don’t come directly from your boss, but hey, who am I to judge? I’m not a former journalist, after all.

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Posted in: Trump seeks end to Florida recount as Republicans' leads shrink See in context

Republicans hate counting all the votes because not as many people vote for them.

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Posted in: Melania Trump publicly calls for White House aide's firing See in context

So the worlds number one country is led by a guy who eats hamburgers in bed. His unelected wife fires top people, his unelected Jewish son in law basically controls the Middle East, and his daughter will be the next president?

The right don’t like democracy. You can see this in posters here daydreaming about every Trump family member being elected President for the next 30+ years, insisting that Trump can rewrite the constitution by executive order, preferring members of the government and the court to be appointed at the whims of Trump rather than counting the votes and seeing who wins.

The right just want to be ruled by a monarch. If Trump announced tomorrow that he was the king of America, and that the republic was over, half the posters here would cheer.

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Posted in: Democrats seek ways to protect Mueller probe from Whitaker See in context

Pelosi has publicly said impeachment is not a priority for the Democratic Party. If the report shows no wrongdoing, then Trump will be fine. This is a non-biased approach.

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Posted in: Putin says he had good conversation with Trump in Paris: Russian media See in context

A full transcript of the conversation has been released:

Putin: Sit, stay, roll over, beg. Good boy.

Trump: Woof!

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Not ignoring it, just saying, for whatever reason we don’t know any details

We know the exact reason, you and your fellow sycophants are just too frightened to admit the truth: you worship a weak, fat, stupid, limp coward who hates the troops.

You hoped to see a reflection of America and yourselves when you look at Trump. And you do. But now you’re shaking and shivering and making the most pathetic, desperate excuses because you don’t like what you see in the mirror.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Or the secret service. We don’t know. 

We do know: Donald “fatty brain fart” Trump didn’t want to get his hair wet. He’s as vain as he is stupid. And now his defenders are saying “oh, but he’s so very frail a stiff breeze could kill him”. If he’s that weak and unhealthy then he shouldn’t be President.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

At this point, what difference does it make?

It makes no difference, but it does confirm lardbucket Trump’s contempt for the troops.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

rational people would agree with the decision that was made by his staff to protect him.

Rational people don’t think that the President needs “protection” from drizzle during one of the most solemn rememberances of all time. Irrational people make endless excuses for their stinky, bloated, idiotic idol.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Trump is a disgrace, how low can he go?

The worst thing is that no matter how low this, fat, lard-ridden idiot cosplaying as the President goes, his servile lackeys on this website and others will eagerly support his depravity. I’m ashamed of my country to see so many Americans become such lowly bootlicks to a Mussolini wannabe.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Again do we know the exact reason as to why he can’t? There could be a multitude of reasons

Yes, because we were told. Stop speculating.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Stranger: That does make sense, thank you very much. Unfortunately I doubt that this:

And to be clear, this is not an insult, this is simply clearly stating the position he has established for himself here through his own choice of words.

Will keep your comment from being deleted. The moderators delete my comments where I literally read Bass’ words back to him for being disrespectful. Bass has called himself a coward and a racist, and when I thank him for his candour, my comment is apparently not respectful. Go figure.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Bass4funk says:

But we don’t know what the reason is, I could be the weather, it could be your security issue, you and I have no idea why this is been canceled and we shouldn’t speculate.

Then less than 30 minutes later speculates:

So if The Secret Service for whatever reason canceled the event or had to make last-minute changes

If you don’t like speculation, stop speculating. In any case, we know what the reason was, because we were told what it was: the weather. President Trump didn’t want to get his hair wet and is too stupid to use an umbrella. His comfort is more important to him than honoring the troops. Because he doesn’t care about them.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

But we don’t know what the reason is

Yes we do - President Trump is a lazy idiot who doesn’t respect the military, the troops or their sacrifices. It’s that simple. Trump and the GOP don’t care about the troops.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

President Fatty isn’t putting himself in harms way by walking under an umbrella, and there’s no need to send an ambassador when - say it with me! - he’s in Paris RIGHT NOW.

He just doesn’t care about the troops. Why not admit it?

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Trump has been very busy tied up with living Americans. Living people first and dead people second. He will visit in other occasion to pay respect to the dead Americans.

There will never be another one hundred year anniversary of the end of the First World War. President Fatso had one chance to honor the troops on this serious and solemn occasion, and instead he’s in a hotel in Paris doubtless filling his fat face with pastries and bonbons instead of honouring or helping Americans living or dead.

I’d say it’s the most disrespectful thing he could do to the US military, but he’ll ppbably outdo himself before the year is out.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Some might see it as a snub and others and may not.

The President didn’t attend the final resting site of American soldiers on the centenary of the end of the First World War because he didn’t want to get wet.

We know from video footage a week or two ago that he’s too stupid to know how to use an umbrella, but this is an insult to the military and to the troops.

Why does the GOP hate the troops?

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

The Secret Service has nothing to do with it, and neither did his health. He’s a lazy fatso who doesn’t care about the troops, that’s why he didn’t go.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Oh! And he avoided it because of “the weather”! The gutless baby won’t honour US troops because he is afraid to get his hair wet.

Trump is a useless infant.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Trump avoids attending a grave for Americans on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

This is shocking behaviour. Trump is totally disrespectful of our military and soldiers. And, on cue, his shameless followers rush to defend their snivelling coward of a president. Disgraceful.

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Posted in: Trump in Paris calls Macron's EU army proposals 'insulting' See in context

Trump cancelled a trip to the American cemetery at Belleau on the 100th anniversary of the Armistice - because rain might get his hair wet. Trump has no respect for the troops or the military. A weak, snivelling coward - and his supporters will lavish praise on him for it.

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Posted in: Trump insults more reporters; claims Acosta video wasn't altered See in context

More “it’s fine when someone I like does it” blather.

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Posted in: Trump insults more reporters; claims Acosta video wasn't altered See in context

The "expert" is wrong. Oh my!

No he isn’t.

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