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Posted in: Trump suggests FBI may have infiltrated his campaign See in context

Enjoy your last hurrah. The demographics say anything you do will be erased in the future.

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Posted in: Trump suggests summit with N Korea's Kim could be delayed See in context

Hillary appears in left-wing media every few months.

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Posted in: Accused man's penis measured in New Zealand indecency trial See in context

Maybe he was just giving her a hard...time.

Sorry, I’ll show myself out.

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Posted in: Trump suggests summit with N Korea's Kim could be delayed See in context

Texas: Slap massive tariffs on everything produced by China

China has the ability to retaliate, so none of the things you listed has a workable endgame. You need absolute leverage to make unilateral demands.

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Posted in: U.S., China work on ZTE rescue; Mnuchin denies quid pro quo See in context

Can anyone explain to me why our President is lobbying to save Chinese jobs for a company who committed espionage and violated our sanctions?

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Posted in: Trump suggests summit with N Korea's Kim could be delayed See in context

Bass: That just would never happen, so how this will play out is anyone’s guess.

Thats just what I see as the goal, but I have no inside information. China added missiles to their island, breaking a long-standing promise not to do that. They are playing war games near Taiwan and bullying airlines into saying Taiwan is part of China. They are moving away from their “peaceful rise” stance.

Kim will want something for his nukes. He’s not going to give them up with some “security pledge” that is meaningless since the US would act if NK did something threatening. He probably knows we aren’t giving up our nukes. That doesn’t leave a whole lot to bargain away except the surrounding military presence.

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Posted in: Trump suggests summit with N Korea's Kim could be delayed See in context

I also feel like China is in play, trying to get US troops out of the region and using a NK deal to do it.

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Posted in: Airlines caving to Beijing on Taiwan despite White House protest See in context

The danger is that China knows Trump will suffer long-term losses for short-term, headline grabbing victories.

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Iran was in compliance. The other nations would have acted. Trump just isolated the US is all.

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Posted in: Under pressure from Trump, FBI and Justice agree to expanded Russia probe See in context

Why don’t you just tell us what is about to happen?

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Posted in: With N Korea summit on shaky ground, Trump to press S Korean leader See in context

Opinion piece from CNN detailing Trump giving away concessions while getting nothing in return:

https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/21/opinions/north-korea-trump-summit-upper-hand-fischer/index.html

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Posted in: With N Korea summit on shaky ground, Trump to press S Korean leader See in context

It would never happen, you already took that position from the beginning

I never took that position.

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Wolfpack: Why would the US join an agreement to legitimize Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons 7 years from now

Perfect example of disinformation.

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Posted in: Under pressure from Trump, FBI and Justice agree to expanded Russia probe See in context

Maybe if Trump didn’t hire money launderers and agents of foreign governments, he wouldn’t end up stepping into FBI surveillance so often.

Neither Trump nor his new lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, provided any evidence of government infiltration into Trump’s presidential campaign.

Trump doesn’t need evidence. He just needs a base who does what they are told.

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Why didn’t Trump just keep the nuclear framework in place and demand the other things he wants? Makes no sense.

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Posted in: 2018 midterms show start of Democratic scramble for 2020 See in context

Democrats have a lot more seats to defend so they will need to climb a pretty tall mountain to recapture both chambers.

Plus, I'm sure the Russians will help again with more ads and hacking. The RUS/GOP partnership will be hard to counter. Maybe Don Jr can share his Wikileaks contact info.

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Posted in: Trump to ask Justice Dept to look into campaign surveillance claims See in context

Looks like Roger Stone is next up on the chopping block.

Grin.

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Posted in: Economic talks between U.S., China result in truce in trade war See in context

So China gets out from under sanctions and commits to nothing specific in return?

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Posted in: Trump to ask Justice Dept to look into campaign surveillance claims See in context

I’m actually wondering why Trump hasn’t fired Rosenstein since he’s so corrupt and overseeing others who are so corrupt.

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Posted in: Trump to ask Justice Dept to look into campaign surveillance claims See in context

Trump probably shouldn’t have surrounded himself with so many corrupt people, but that was his choice.

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Posted in: Trump to ask Justice Dept to look into campaign surveillance claims See in context

Trump is just paranoid.

Obama isn’t American, Obama wiretapped me, Obama spied on me.

How do his supporters believe this crap?

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Posted in: Trump to ask Justice Dept to look into campaign surveillance claims See in context

Neither Trump nor Rudy Giuliani, a former New York mayor who is now one of Trump's lawyers, provided any evidence of government infiltration into Trump's presidential campaign. Giuliani acknowledged in a CNN interview on Friday that neither he nor the president really knew if such action took place.

Yep. And that’s where we stand now. The accusations are nothing more than paranoid speculation from Trump with no evidence of wrongdoing whatsoever.

That’s the starting point.

Keep that in mind when Trump fans start posting links to information about someone once not liking Trump and is married to someone whose cousin once worked for the Democrats in Lincoln, NE.

The only possible evidence to support Trump’s nutball allegations is one that shows an improper action directly related to political motivations. If Trump fans aren’t showing you that, then the information is meaningless speculation.

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Posted in: White House pushes ahead with Mideast peace plan See in context

The Palestinians bear some responsibility for their own situation, like when they burn down their own schools and push their children into war zones to throw rocks at tanks, where they obviously will be hurt.

But without a balanced mediator there is no chance for peace, and that’s what Trump has taken off the table. He is being led by the nose by Netanyahu, a man who actively works against any peace process.

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Posted in: Trump suggests FBI may have infiltrated his campaign See in context

wasnt the President. The sitting President was the one spying on the opposition political candidate.

My apologies. I misspoke. The FBI would obviously investigate Russian meddling with someone who is a candidate for President. Which is their job.

You still haven’t provided any evidence of any kind of conspiracy against Trump. I’m guessing you will roll Trump’s unsubstianted claim in with the rest of them and obey his command to spread it out there.

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Posted in: Trump suggests FBI may have infiltrated his campaign See in context

an informant was paid to seek out trump campaign people, try to get dirt and report back to the FBI. Liberal news said this was to “protect” Trump, right?

That’s correct. If potentially compromised people are surrounding the President, the FBI will act. I’m not sure why this surprises you.

So as trump was being protected there is no way any collusion happened. 

No one has any idea of what you are talking about, but if you have information that clears Trump or his people then I recommend that you contact the FBI directly. You could end this investigatation overnight,

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Posted in: Few calls for reform after shooting in gun-loving Texas See in context

Texas: Bottom line: We give up our guns, we say goodbye to our liberty and say hello to tyranny.

A lot of murdered children seems like an unfair fair price to pay in exchange for lowering your stress levels about Donald Trump potentially invading your home with the army.

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Posted in: White House pushes ahead with Mideast peace plan See in context

If Trump wants to side with Israel, great, then say that you are mediating with a bias in favor of one side. At least everyone will know where everyone stands.

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Posted in: China agrees to import more from U.S. See in context

China announced they will buy more stuff. No mention what that stuff will be or how much, just more stuff.

So we will have to see how it plays out. China might have just averted sanctions and gotten more help for ZTE with a vague, unbinding statement.

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Posted in: Trump suggests FBI may have infiltrated his campaign See in context

Black: But California’s San Diego County earns the enchilada grande. Its 138 percent registration translates into 810,966 ghost voters. 

Wow, sounds like California needs to clean up their voter registration rolls, especially for voters who have moved to a new area. I don’t think I’ve ever contacted my old state to say I’ve moved and please remove me from registration, and I suspect you are in the same boat. I’m guessing the thousands and thousands who have fled to conservative Texas didn’t spend much time unregistering as well.

The good news is that there are virtually no cases of people showing up to vote and pretending to be someone else, probably because the logistics alone are so nutty that anyone who did actually believe it would be certifiably insane. Someone shows up, gives a name that’s on the list yet didn’t vote there, votes, gets in his car, and does it again? Then you successfully do that millions of times?

Millions and millions of times?

For a plan that, if discovered, would sink the party for a generation?

In a state that Democrats have no chance of losing, meaning no upside whatsoever?

And would require tens of thousands of people, at a minimum, all keeping it a secret to pull off, with just a single person showing verified information taking down the entire operation?

And the odds are so good that this is all true that we need to remove millions and millions of legitimate voters from the rolls in order to fight it?

And the laws that are needed are always crafted by Republicans and negatively impact Democrats more and that’s all just a repetitive coincedence in all cases?

While we do noting about vote by mail which is much more open to manipulation (and just coincidently is used by Republicans more?).

Sure.

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Posted in: Trump suggests FBI may have infiltrated his campaign See in context

If Trump's team hadn't lied so much about their contacts with Russia then more people would probably take them at their word.

But lying was their choice, and as a result they destroyed their own credibility.

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