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Posted in: N Korea says it may suspend nuclear talks with 'gangster-like' U.S. See in context

Trump has been ineffective on North Korea.

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Posted in: Trump vetoes lawmakers' measure against border wall See in context

McConnell is the poster child for weak Republicans. He clearly said that he does not support Trump's actions, then he voted for it.

What a spineless waste of human flesh. He defines the GOP.

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Posted in: Trump vetoes lawmakers' measure against border wall See in context

I guess Trump just couldn't get it negotiated.

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Posted in: Mosque shooter a white supremacist angry at immigrants See in context

Sigh. So much death and destruction due to fear of different races and nationalities

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Posted in: 12 GOP senators join Democrats to block Trump border emergency declaration See in context

Bass: And for the 10th time they didn’t 

Bass, you are entering a dangerous phase. These things I’m talking about are verifiable, and I’ve put verifiable information in front of you before. You are becoming very, very comfortable with detaching yourself from reality.

Now take what I said and throw it back at me without example or evidence. And tell me again that this very real thing that exists does not exist.

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Posted in: 12 GOP senators join Democrats to block Trump border emergency declaration See in context

bass: Because the Democrats in no way would have given up on the visa lottery program

For, like, the 10th time....the Democrats offered to give up the visa lottery program in the bipartisan bill. I have no idea why you are unable to remember that.

I understand and I felt the same way about the executive order on DACA

For, like, the 10th time....Obama made a decision about policy. It was the same when Trump decided the new immigration policy was to separate families at the border. Obama didn't raid military projects for money for something Congress refused to pay for.

I’m not happy that the President has to make this move, but he really has no choice

He can respect the fact that Congress, which controls spending, did not give him the money for the wall. The will of the people.

ending birthright citizenships or anchor babies. So the GOP would have never gone along with anything that wouldn’t have have ended these bad and out of date policies.

Show me where the GOP would have voted, as a majority, to end birthright citizenship. I wasn't aware it was part of their platform.

A vast majority of your post is disinformation that you've been corrected on numerous times. You just want a wall so you choose to believe lies.

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Posted in: 49 killed, more than 20 wounded in 2 New Zealand mosque shootings; 4 suspects in custody See in context

Jeeze....what horrible news to wake up to....

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Posted in: O'Rourke begins 2020 bid with big crowds, centrist message See in context

Wake me in a year.

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Posted in: 12 GOP senators join Democrats to block Trump border emergency declaration See in context

put country before party.

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Posted in: 12 GOP senators join Democrats to block Trump border emergency declaration See in context

Wow, 12 Republicans voted against it. Nice to see some will actually put party before country. The rest are cowards.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

Bass:. No, constitutionally, he had every right to get rid of Comey, 

Dodge. He said he fired him because of the Russia investigation. That's obstruction of justice. He does not have every right to do that.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

And, of course, Flynn.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

And now you have the Whittaker situation and Cohen's investigation in New York.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

Bass:. He was toast anyway 

Dodge. It's entirely reasonable to investigate a President who openly says he fired the head of the FBI because of an investigation into the President. Trump did it to himself.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

Well a lot of this is Trump's own doing. No one told him to go on national TV and announce to the world that he fired Comey because of the investigation. And no one told him and his people to consistently lie about their contacts with Russia.

If it's a witch hunt it because Trump put on a black hat and rode around on a broom in front of everyone.

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Posted in: Senate Republican delivers blow to Trump border emergency See in context

bass: The Democrats want to stick it to the President so the President will stick it back to them and show them he can and will precede with plans to finish the wall.

You mean democracy. Trump will stick it to democracy. He had a chance to get the votes and he couldn't negotiate it because the man doesn't know how to negotiate.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

The investigations by the Democrats are different investigations from Mueller. They are essentially doing the investigations that the Republicans refused to start themselves as protecting their President was more important than finding the truth. They aren’t “starting over.”

From the beginning I predicted Trump wouldn’t go down for collusion. It’s nealy impossible to prove. But let’s see if the proven scammer amd known liar can make it through everything else. And let’s watch his fans cheer on the sewer rat as information becomes public.

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Posted in: Senate Republican delivers blow to Trump border emergency See in context

Bkacklabel:. Hmm yet nearly 11 million residents of those 4 states.....voted for Trump. Did they not know he was the guy who was going to build a wall?

Who did you get this from? I'd like the link to the article.

Naturally it's irrelevant since a majority oppose the wall, but I want to see who is giving you your distraction talking points.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

*you’re

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

Blacklabel: So anyway, I guess everyone is perfectly fine with NY state waiting until 2 separate cases and verdicts were issued, then minutes later indicting the same person again for some of the same crimes (thus the blatant mention of "sovereign")

In the same way your comfortable with Trump choosing a scummy felon as his campaign manager.

Podesta.

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Posted in: Senate Republican delivers blow to Trump border emergency See in context

The people who support the wall live far away or live overseas. They do not live on the border or understand the situation in the same way. The citizens of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas do not support it,

Please keep your foreign politics out of our states.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

I just want to point out that Manafort was not convicted of anything related to carjacking. So when you look at what he was convicted of, remember that he didn’t steal a car at gunpoint.

Podesta.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

Blacklabel: Yep hes a criminal all right.

Agreed. Trump’s campaign manager is a criminal.

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Posted in: Manafort sentenced to 7 years, faces fresh New York charges See in context

Manafort will die in prison. It will take some time for Trump fans to accept that he's a criminal even if Trump likes him.

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Posted in: Senate Republican delivers blow to Trump border emergency See in context

At stake are billions of dollars in funding for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border that Trump is demanding but Congress has refused to fully provide

So since Congress won't provide it he's just going to take money from other areas to get around the whole "Congress didn't approve funding" thingy. I'm glad we have a majority in Congress who will fight him.

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Posted in: California governor places moratorium on executions See in context

The death penalty is more for people who want revenge than anything else. It’s barbaric and does not work as a deterrent to crime. It’s common sense to abolish it.

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Posted in: Hollywood stars among dozens charged over college entrance scam See in context

USC has a 13% acceptance rate. Average GPA 3.83/4.00.

That being said, that's a lot of money to NOT go to Yale or Stanford. Might as well go for the best if you're going to shell out that amount of cash.

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Posted in: Pressure builds on U.S. to ground Boeing 737 MAX jets after Ethiopia crash See in context

The articles I've read on this have incredibly scant information about the first and second crash situations.

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Posted in: Trump's 'MAGAnomics' gets a thumbs-down from Democrats See in context

Serrano:. Just wanted to confirm that the anti-Trumpers here have TDS, which is only cured through education and common sense.

Oh Serrano....please, please don't tell me you are on government backed healthcare. We know bass is since he says he goes to the base. That leaves blacklabel....could it be the three biggest fighters against socialized medicine are getting socialized medicine?

That would be just too funny.

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Posted in: Trump's 'MAGAnomics' gets a thumbs-down from Democrats See in context

Just wanted to confirm that the Trump supporters here are all on private healthcare and not some government backed program.

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