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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    How do you figure that?
    You investigate Bidens son for me and I'll release the money for you.
    Quid, pro and quo.
    Yep and in actual fact it went further than that.

    The whole thing with Biden's son is a baseless and bebunked manufactured conspiracy and scandal and Trump should've known this and even if he didn't and was actually dumb enough to believe it -- a distinct possibility with that moron -- what he wanted was for Zelensky to publicly announce an investigation because heading into the elections he knew it would be damaging to a political rival.

    Yet all these Trumptards who spent eight years of the Obama administration dribbling on suddenly don't care about their precious Constitution and Trump committing illegal acts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Yet all these Trumptards who spent eight years of the Obama administration dribbling on suddenly don't care about their precious Constitution and Trump committing illegal acts.
    You have to remember trumpanzees are as thick as shit - I mean look at repeater FFS - and when he screams "witch hunt!" and "fake news!" they believe him without question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Lawyers for former Trump advisor John Bolton reportedly in contact with impeachment probe panels
    John Bolton can damage Trump in a way no one else can. Republicans canít brush him off as a deep state actor or Democratic lackey. If he verifies what William Taylor said to the impeachment panel, itís game over for the Orange One.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    If he verifies what William Taylor said to the impeachment panel, it’s game over for the Orange One.
    We can only hope.

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    There seems to be much speculation that Bolton is the second whistleblower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    John Bolton can damage Trump in a way no one else can. Republicans can’t brush him off as a deep state actor or Democratic lackey. If he verifies what William Taylor said to the impeachment panel, it’s game over for the Orange One.
    i agree with everything you've posted...except the last 7 words.

    even if bolton testifies that he has first hand knowledge of an explicit quid pro quo, it's not a certainty that 20 republicans in the senate will vote to remove him from office.

    it all depends on the polls in the races for senate....mcconnell won't cut trump loose until he absolutely has to.....don't get me wrong, he'll probably relish sticking the knife in, but he's a pragmatist.

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    ^ I was actually thinking of Trump’s standing with his base supporters who, for the most part, think the sun shines from John Bolton’s bottom.

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    Just shows what hypocritical wankers Republicans are.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration reported a river of red ink Friday.
    The federal deficit for the 2019 budget year surged 26% from 2018 to $984.4 billion — its highest point in seven years. The gap is widely expected to top $1 trillion in the current budget year and likely remain there for the next decade.
    The year-over-year widening in the deficit reflected such factors as revenue lost from the 2017 Trump tax cut and a budget deal that added billions in spending for military and domestic programs.
    Forecasts by the Trump administration and the Congressional Budget Office project that the deficit will top $1 trillion in the 2020 budget year, which began Oct. 1. And the CBO estimates that the deficit will stay above $1 trillion over the next decade.
    Those projections stand in contrast to President Donald Trump’s campaign promises that even with revenue lost initially from his tax cuts, he could eliminate the budget deficit with cuts in spending and increased growth generated by the tax cuts.

    https://www.apnews.com/caeb6d6c4eff45e4bc5da12db06004bc

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    the sun shines from John Bolton’s bottom.
    But they believe it shines brighter from Trump's fat arse

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    i agree with everything you've posted...except the last 7 words.

    even if bolton testifies that he has first hand knowledge of an explicit quid pro quo, it's not a certainty that 20 republicans in the senate will vote to remove him from office.

    it all depends on the polls in the races for senate....mcconnell won't cut trump loose until he absolutely has to.....don't get me wrong, he'll probably relish sticking the knife in, but he's a pragmatist.

    I can't believe I'm posting this ...

    +1

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    Any indications of Republican congressmen questioning Trump is nothing but a PR show to appear concerned. They will do nothing, judging by their past behaviour, even when he loses the 2020 election and won't leave the WH, declaring the results rigged, null, and void.

    This is not meant to sound pessimistic, but we have to be prepared for the worst with this villain.
    Last edited by elche; 27-10-2019 at 06:22 AM.

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    Everywhere the Trump campaign goes it leaves unpaid bills in its wake:


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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    i agree with everything you've posted...except the last 7 words.

    even if bolton testifies that he has first hand knowledge of an explicit quid pro quo, it's not a certainty that 20 republicans in the senate will vote to remove him from office.

    it all depends on the polls in the races for senate....mcconnell won't cut trump loose until he absolutely has to.....don't get me wrong, he'll probably relish sticking the knife in, but he's a pragmatist.
    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post

    I can't believe I'm posting this ...

    +1
    It takes a special Member to dis-agree you agreeing with them.

    Reach-around-Ray is that special kind of Member ...

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    To the Forum ... apologies in advance for my past sins and future meaningless opinions

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    nobody cares that you're crying about a red, newbie dave.

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    And by the way, this was obviously done to intimidate witnesses. All of these GOP scum should be facing related charges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    nobody cares that you're crying about a red, newbie dave.
    Reach-around-Ray if I cared about rep ... I'd display it.

    Just reminding the Forum what a certified dick you are.

    (not that they need much reminding)

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    This one really is a howler...

    White House: John Kelly 'was totally unequipped to handle the genius of our great President'

    https://us.cnn.com/2019/10/26/politi...man/index.html

    Can you say North Korea?

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    White House: John Kelly 'was totally unequipped to handle the genius of our great President'
    Jaysus fuck... When are they going to start calling him 'Dear Leader' and writing of his 18 holes-in-one.

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    An oldie but goodie that never fails to make us laugh:



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    I would say that to be fake news as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Everywhere the Trump campaign goes it leaves unpaid bills in its wake:

    I would say that to be fake news as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mozzbie47
    I would say that to be fake news as usual.
    Of course you would.

    Because your feelz are more important to you than facts and you take the word of a proven liar over sources that are scrutinized and fact-checked.

    Basically the long-form of saying 'not very bright'.

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    Serviceman risked their lives and Trump thanks Russia before his own intelligence departments.


    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2019...ess-conference

    Later, in a press event in the West Wing, Trump described Baghdadi as “a coward” who died “whimpering and crying and screaming all the way.” Only afterward did Trump specify that Baghdadi had died by detonating his own suicide vest, claiming the lives of three children in the process.Trump’s revelry in the gruesome depiction of the ISIS leader’s end was poorly received by members of the press, as was his decision to first thank Russia, then Turkey, Syria and Iraq, for their cooperation in the operation, ahead of U.S. intelligence. The announcement was also complicated by the continued fallout from Trump pulling U.S. forces out of Syria, abandoning America’s Kurdish allies, though Trump sheepishly acknowledged that Kurdish forces provided “information that turned out to be helpful.” Critics of Trump’s decision have also emphasized that the raid on Baghdadi underscores the argument for a continued U.S. presence battling ISIS in Syria, not the culmination of any objective.
    Press On Regardless

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