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Posted in: Trump administration warns of record illegal border crossings ahead of vote by Congress See in context

"To me it has nothing to do with immigration. It has to do with whether or not the president can spend money that Congress didn’t give to him," Paul told reporters after the lunch.

Yep. Trump supporters see this as a wall. People like Rand understand that it's about granting the President powers to fund pet projects that Congress has denied.

And it doesn't go away when Trump goes away. It will be there for future Presidents to raid.

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Posted in: McConnell says there are enough Senate votes to reject Trump's wall move See in context

Bass:. Don’t let the Weasley Democrats or the Spineless and cowardly Republicans stop your agenda. Whatever it takes.

The minority shunning democracy when it doesn't suit them.

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Posted in: U.S. House panel casts wide net in Trump obstruction probe See in context

Everyone knows Trump is corrupt. The argument is whether there is enough evidence to indicted. That's what everyone is speculating about.

But make no mistake...even Trump fans know he's corrupt. But a corrupt president who targets minorities is much, much preferrable to a straight president who doesn't.

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Posted in: U.S. House panel casts wide net in Trump obstruction probe See in context

blacklabel: Everything else is a process crime as a result of the investigation itself.

I had to research "process crime."

In United States criminal procedure terminology, a process crime is an offense against the judicial process.[1] These crimes include failure to appear, false statements, obstruction of justice, contempt of court and perjury.

So I guess what you're saying is that all these people did was lie and obstruct justice, but they didn't collude with Russia? OK. I guess that works. These are your people so you're free to give them a pass for things like perjury. But don't forget about the SDNY.

What I'm most interested in seeing is how things played out with Trump, Trump Jr., Stone, Wikileaks, and Russian Intelligence. My guess is that the Mueller report will show them all operating on the same page. And if that's true then it's good that it comes to light.

I'm also interested in know what internal information Manafort sent to Russian intelligence. Polling data doesn't really raise my pulse, but let's say if it's a full report from Cambridge Analytica that the Russians could then use to strategically place ads on Facebook. Should be fun to see.

It should also contain a comprehensive list of lies by Trump and his team in their quest to cover up any relationship with the Russians at all. Another fun read.

The inauguration investigation will probably result in indictments. I mean you literally have one person writing in an email "reminding" people that these things can be audited. Who knows what will happen with Weisselberg but getting the docs should be a good read.

Lots still to be played out. Can the proven scammer clear his...um....good name?

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Posted in: U.S. House panel casts wide net in Trump obstruction probe See in context

arrestpaul: It's the Democrats who are pretending that they have some idea of the inner workings of the investigation. 

You must be new here.

Last I checked the GOP posters have told us that they know the inside of Mueller's mind, and he's motivated by his intense hatred of Trump. Have you heard that he's forced fake confessions and allegations out of Trump's people? They were in the room at the time, I guess. According to them Mueller wakes up every morning and does his best to pin a crime on an innocent man and they know this because they know the inner workings of the investigation.

Have you seen the FISA document? Me neither, but they have, and they can tell you what's in it and how much it was used by the judge who decided to keep the investigation going. How about the IG's investigation? It didn't put a dent in their mind reading abilities as they tell us he got it wrong.

They also know this whole thing started because people wanted to remove an elected President. They learned that by using their mind's eye and looking into the entire FBI.

Stay here a while and you'll see all of these in some form or another.

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Posted in: Trump says ending S Korea war games not concession to Kim See in context

Appeaser in Chief.

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Posted in: U.S. House panel casts wide net in Trump obstruction probe See in context

Elect a proven scammer, proven liar, and proven racist, there just night be an investigation or two.

Not rocket science.

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Posted in: McConnell says there are enough Senate votes to reject Trump's wall move See in context

Nah, the DACA argument was created for non college educated Trump fans. This is about giving the President the authority to raid military funds for pet projects.

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Posted in: McConnell says there are enough Senate votes to reject Trump's wall move See in context

We should stop the minority on this.

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Posted in: U.S. House panel casts wide net in Trump obstruction probe See in context

And the Victim Card tweets will start in 3....2....2

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Posted in: AP Fact Check: Trump's epic speech laced with false statements See in context

Ah, so there's no debate that he lied, it's just that he's a politician and they all do it.

Drain the swamp!!!!

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Posted in: Trump says Cohen hearing may have contributed to North Korea summit failure See in context

Everyone knows Trump blames others for his failures. Not much to argue about here.

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Posted in: AP Fact Check: Trump's epic speech laced with false statements See in context

Just catching up here. Trump fans seem upset. Are you all saying he didn't lie through his teeth during his speech or something?

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Posted in: House to query 60 Trump officials in obstruction probe See in context

Make up conspiracy theories?

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Posted in: AP Fact Check: Trump's epic speech laced with false statements See in context

2.6% growth rate with more slowing expected. Probably because all of that investment and new jobs created by the corporate tax cuts.

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Posted in: AP Fact Check: Trump's epic speech laced with false statements See in context

So we know Trump lies a lot. His fans don't care and they never will.

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Posted in: Democrats may have votes to block Trump's border emergency in U.S. Senate See in context

Why should the minority get funding?

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Posted in: Trump warns conservatives against 'socialist nightmare' in fiery 2-hour speech See in context

I'd rather socialism than fascism.

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Posted in: Trump warns conservatives against 'socialist nightmare' in fiery 2-hour speech See in context

Trump is mostly a caretaker President.

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Posted in: Democrats in U.S. Congress take aim at Trump with multiple probes See in context

Jenni: If it's "proven," then why are they still probing him?

Read up on Trump University. He’s a proven scammer.

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Posted in: U.S. House panel demands Kushner clearance details from White House See in context

Why don't they just stop doing crooked things and stop lying?

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Posted in: Democrats in U.S. Congress take aim at Trump with multiple probes See in context

I read in a magazine that the Democrats already have 212 accomplishments.

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Posted in: Warmbier's parents blame N Korea for son's death; Trump says his comments misinterpreted See in context

So let's take inventory:

blacklabel: It's Obama's fault.

extanker: It's Otto Warmbier's fault.

Serrano: Trump was right to appease Un.

bass: Democrats, liberals, Iran, Democrats, liberals.

blue in green: Trump is the victim.

Helix: Trump should have cleared not just Un but NK entirely as this evidence suggests. So maybe the point was Trump was too hard on him? Not 100% sure with this one.

The fact is Trump gave yet another cover story for a dictator, another one of whom is our enemy, all based on their "word." It comes across that these people can play him like a fiddle. He should be able to see this. People around him should tell him not to this anymore.

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Posted in: Warmbier's parents blame N Korea for son's death; Trump says his comments misinterpreted See in context

Bass:. Any word this President utters will be scrutinized to the smallest molecule.

Almost as if he's the victim.

Give it 12 hours and you'll have your liberal hypocrisy angle served up by Fox News. Patience, my friend.

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Posted in: Democrats in U.S. Congress take aim at Trump with multiple probes See in context

Good. Trump is proven scammer and known liar.

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Posted in: Warmbier's parents blame N Korea for son's death; Trump says his comments misinterpreted See in context

Strangerland:. Appeasement. Pathetic.

But but but Russia is strong.

But but but we need Saudi oil.

But but but Kim had nukes.

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Posted in: Warmbier's parents blame N Korea for son's death; Trump says his comments misinterpreted See in context

I take Putin at his word he didn't meddle in the election.

I take Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's at his word that he didn't know about the mirdered journalist.

I take Kim's at his word that he didn't know about Warmbier's treatment.

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Posted in: Back home from Hanoi, Trump faces more political headwinds See in context

Bass: crazy psycho with nukes and a not so long ago hostile attitude towards the US you’re lying. 

Of course not. In this situation you appease.

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Posted in: Back home from Hanoi, Trump faces more political headwinds See in context

The Art of the Bad Deal.

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Posted in: Back home from Hanoi, Trump faces more political headwinds See in context

blacklabel: Can’t just correctly say he walked away from a bad deal. It’s against the narrative.

Well when we send in a master negotiator we expect more than just a bad deal as the result. It's his unique talent that's supposed to get us a winning deal, but Trump doesn't have the skills for it.

blacklabel: i think every article just exists as a way to say Cohen, Russia or Mueller over and over. No new information just same thing every day.

Yesterday Fox had a headline that Ocasio-Cortez, who says people should eat less meat, was seen having lunch with someone who was eating a hamburger.

That's not a joke.

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