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You should be more shocked by the constant hypocrisy that comes out of Trump's mouth...not simply numb by it or condoning it.  Cheers!

 

Trump doesn't appear to realize that all of his statements and actions are being recorded for history to judge.

 

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I'm shocked. I never would have thought you were a CNN guy...

 

You should be more shocked by the constant hypocrisy that comes out of Trump's mouth...not simply numb by it or condoning it.  Cheers!

 

Trump really would be a great character in a George Orwell book.

 

Trump would not work as fiction... no one would believe the behavior of the character to be possible.

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Did they uncover that Russian collusion plot yet?

 

No?  Give him a couple more years, maybe he can take it into 2020, so the Dems will have something to talk about

other than a real agenda...

 

So you investigate someone for theft and you find out he's a murderer...are you really that blase about corruption in the United States by the man who holds the highest office, his family, his friends, his trusted confidants and his cronies?  Do you really give him a pass for everything you are watching because he cut taxes?  When exactly would you feel comfortable holding him accountable?  Would you truly feel ok if he went and pardoned Manafort, or his son if he's indicted?  Cheers!

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Mueller is investigating Trump colluding with Russia to throw the American Election - remember?

 

Where is this collusion anyway?

 

Where are the millions of votes that were influenced, etc?

 

It's almost starting to look like Trump was legitimately elected !

 

What's the left going to do now?

 

Ridiculous.

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Did they uncover that Russian collusion plot yet?

 

No?  Give him a couple more years, maybe he can take it into 2020, so the Dems will have something to talk about

other than a real agenda...

 

So you investigate someone for theft and you find out he's a murderer...are you really that blase about corruption in the United States by the man who holds the highest office, his family, his friends, his trusted confidants and his cronies?  Do you really give him a pass for everything you are watching because he cut taxes?  When exactly would you feel comfortable holding him accountable?  Would you truly feel ok if he went and pardoned Manafort, or his son if he's indicted?  Cheers!

 

Except theft, even if it's on the grandest scale, is not equal to murder. Going from theft to murder is a giant step up. Which is a very different situation than going from collusion/treasom to whatever petty nonsense they've come up with here. In all cases a big step down. I mean seriously, if this all wraps up and the biggest whale that came from this was that Manafort cheated on his taxes and lobbied for Eastern European countries, independent of the 2016 election... then IDK how you can't consider this whole thing a massive hoax and fraudulent partisan witch hunt.

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Mueller is investigating Trump colluding with Russia to throw the American Election - remember?

 

Where is this collusion anyway?

 

Where are the millions of votes that were influenced, etc?

 

It's almost starting to look like Trump was legitimately elected !

 

What's the left going to do now?

 

Ridiculous.

 

The evidence that has been made public is pretty damning. He and his family were bribed.

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Mueller is investigating Trump colluding with Russia to throw the American Election - remember?

 

Where is this collusion anyway?

 

Where are the millions of votes that were influenced, etc?

 

It's almost starting to look like Trump was legitimately elected !

 

What's the left going to do now?

 

Ridiculous.

 

The evidence that has been made public is pretty damning. He and his family were bribed.

 

Are you saying Mueller has evidence of Trump colluding with Russia to throw the US Presidential election?

 

Is that what you are saying? 

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Trump Tower Moscow business conducted with a Russian bank under US sanctions in June 2016 has given the Russians something with which they can blackmail the President of the United States.

 

They can control the President of the United States with this information if they can get him elected.

 

They can continue to control him if it remains a secret.

 

Is this not an important investigation that Mueller is conducting?

 

The witches (warlocks really) need to be hunted and burned.

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The goal of the Mueller investigation was very clear: Find the Russian collusion with Trump that caused the election to be thrown Trump's way.

 

Remember - Hillary LOST the election because Russia influenced millions of votes. She did not lose the election

because she was a terrible candidate. The election was clearly rigged by the collusion. The purpose of Mueller

investigation is to find the collusion and influence. Trump is NOT a legitimate democratically elected President

of the United States.

 

So - I will ask once again: Where is the collusion?

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2018/12/04/donald-trump-michael-flynn-russia-national-security-blackmail-column/2196390002/

 

Money laundering and conflicts of interest

There have long been credible allegations that Russian money was laundered through the Trump Organization. If Russia could show that Trump, his business or his immediate family had benefited from tainted money or broken the law — or if Trump believed they could — it would mean that Russia could exert pressure on Trump to influence U.S. foreign policy.

 

The president’s behavior has done nothing to allay these concerns, including his inexplicable conduct in Helsinki, when he sided with Putin over his own intelligence agencies and appeared to accept Russia's mendacious denial of involvement in the 2016 election.

 

But the concern goes beyond Russia, and extends to broader questions of financial conflict of interest. Following the murder of U.S. resident and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi Arabia, Trump has sought to excuse Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Is the president’s deference to Saudi Arabia based on geopolitical or security concerns, or is it based on his own financial interests? Although the president now denies having any financial ties to the Saudis, just a short time ago he was bragging about the many tens of millions of dollars the Saudis were spending on his apartments and how much he favored them as a result.

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2018/12/04/donald-trump-michael-flynn-russia-national-security-blackmail-column/2196390002/

 

Money laundering and conflicts of interest

There have long been credible allegations that Russian money was laundered through the Trump Organization. If Russia could show that Trump, his business or his immediate family had benefited from tainted money or broken the law — or if Trump believed they could — it would mean that Russia could exert pressure on Trump to influence U.S. foreign policy.

 

The president’s behavior has done nothing to allay these concerns, including his inexplicable conduct in Helsinki, when he sided with Putin over his own intelligence agencies and appeared to accept Russia's mendacious denial of involvement in the 2016 election.

 

But the concern goes beyond Russia, and extends to broader questions of financial conflict of interest. Following the murder of U.S. resident and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi Arabia, Trump has sought to excuse Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Is the president’s deference to Saudi Arabia based on geopolitical or security concerns, or is it based on his own financial interests? Although the president now denies having any financial ties to the Saudis, just a short time ago he was bragging about the many tens of millions of dollars the Saudis were spending on his apartments and how much he favored them as a result.

 

Oh, here we go - "allegations" by non other than Adam Schiff - that total partisan hack from California - what a joke!

 

This must be Adam's 15th or 20th bite at the impeachment apple - keep trying Schiff - you and Maxine Waters

make a great pair!

 

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The American people deserve to know that our president is acting in their interest and not his own financial self interest, or because he has been compromised by a foreign power. Now, with a new Democratic majority in the House, we should be able to find out.

 

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

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Adam Schiff is a much bigger Sleaze than Trump anyday - ranks right up there with Maxine Watters, Keith Ellison and

Ocasio Cortez.  The man is a lying machine. Watch any interview with the POS if you want to see a con-man in action.

But I got to give the huckster from California credit - he tries everything - although nothing has stuck yet.

 

Must be nice to have Congressional immunity when you make derogatory allegations against your opponents.

 

So much for "ranking" - certainly not "respected".

 

I really, really hope the Democratic Party nominates one of these nut bags for President in 2020.

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