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#1513448 --- 02/27/18 01:38 PM Re: Donald Trump [Re: Formermac]
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Wait wait, you're trying to confuse me, I didn't say it was my bone spur, I said that I was such an important person, the "guvment" said that I was too indispensable to risk my life going to war, "I really wanted to go, believe me but I finally backed off to accommodate their wishes.

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#1513547 --- 03/08/18 08:09 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: Formermac]
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https://www.internationalwomensday.com/


https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/mcdonald-apos-flipping-arches-one-005943311.html

Today we celebrate National Women Day, it's very unique that we have a man voted in as president who attempts to set the women's movement back 100 years by his own person beliefs and hangups, in his view, they are good for nothing but being utilized in the kitchen and bedroom. Prime example: 3 wives whom he has abused and cheated on while currently lying about a liaison with a porn star, additionally of all people, a women placed at press briefings to lie for him in regard to his female indiscretions..shame on you Sarah Huckabee.

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#1513689 --- 03/15/18 07:16 PM Re: Donald Trump [Re: Formermac]
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Obviously Putin has something big on Trump. This is so disgusting and shameful for America.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/15/opinions/why-trump-a-pussycat-in-criticizing-putin-ghitis/index.html

Why is Trump like a pussycat when it comes to calling out Putin?


By Frida Ghitis
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#1513700 --- 03/16/18 09:24 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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George Takei
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Russian operatives meddled in our election, used nerve agent to attempt to murder two British residents, and hacked into our national power grid. But the one person Trump won’t criticize is Putin. That kompromat must be something pretty bad.
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#1513701 --- 03/16/18 09:29 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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Democrats have consistently struggled to maintain attention on any of the many Trump scandals, but Stormy and her team are really teaching a master class on how to stay in the news.
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#1513702 --- 03/16/18 10:14 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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Crackdown: Trump Imposes Russian Sanctions, Haley Blasts Kremlin Over Brazen London Assassination
Guy Benson
One of the hot talking points on the Left in the hours after Rex Tillerson's firing as Secretary of State was that he finally sealed his fate by crossing President Trump on Russia. Tillerson had squarely placed blame for this headline-grabbing assassination on British soil where it belonged -- on the Kremlin -- and that statement of fact must have rankled his Putin-admiring boss to the point of canning him. Or so the story went. Of course, some of the same people who were arguing that Tillerson's departure was evidence of Russian influence had insisted a year ago that Tillerson's arrival was...evidence of Russian influence. When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. In reality, 'Rexit' had been in the works for months. It was extremely classless of Trump to fire his top diplomat over Twitter, but the underlying mismatch in priorities and personalities was well known within Washington. The timing and method of firing was a shock; the parting of ways was not.

As for the Trump administration's rhetorical response to the London poisoning, I think Allahpundit is right to ask, what more do Trump critics want? Here's Nikki Haley absolutely blasting Moscow on the subject at the United Nations this week:



"Let me make one thing clear from the very beginning: The United States stands in absolute solidarity with Great Britain. The United States believes that Russia is responsible for the attack on two people in the United Kingdon using a military-grade nerve agent. Dozens of civilians and first responders were also exposed."

This is yet more moral clarity from a woman whose representation of the United States at Turtle Bay has been defined by unapologetic, morally clear truth-telling. Her assignment of blame echoes the British government's conclusion, which comes on the heels of a stunning near-admission from the Russians themselves:



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The way the narrative was developing, this fact pattern evidenced a revealing rift: The president was on one side, whereas No. 10 Downing Street, and Trump's own UN ambassador, were on the other. But here's the official White House statement about the attack. Do you see much daylight here?

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The US and UK are standing together against Putin's Russia on this one. In addition, the Trump administration slapped new sanctions on Russians on Thursday, in response to election meddling and cyber espionage efforts -- via the New York Times:

The Trump administration on Thursday imposed sanctions on a series of Russian organizations and individuals in retaliation for interference in the 2016 presidential elections and other “malicious cyberattacks.” It was the most significant action taken against Moscow since President Trump took office. The sanctions came at the same time the United States joined with Britain, France and Germany in a statement denouncing Russia for its apparent role in a nerve-gas attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter on British soil, calling it a “clear violation” of international law. But the statement did not say anything about any action in response. In his first personal comment on the poison attack, Mr. Trump agreed that, despite its denials, Russia was likely behind it. “It looks like it,” he told reporters in the Oval Office. “I spoke with the prime minister and we are in deep discussions. A very sad situation. It certainly looks like the Russians were behind it. Something that should never ever happen. We’re taking it very seriously, as are I think many others.”

These should be greeted as positive developments by anyone who sees Russia as a top geo-political adversary (Mitt Romney, call your office) and who has worried that the Trump administration would adopt accommodating stances against the Kremlin. I'll leave you with this RNC research document pushing back extensively -- and to some extent, rather persuasively -- against the narrative that this White House has been weak on Russia, especially compared to the previous administration.
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#1513707 --- 03/16/18 12:30 PM Re: Donald Trump [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjg
As for the Trump administration's rhetorical response to the London poisoning, I think Allahpundit is right to ask, what more do Trump critics want? Here's Nikki Haley absolutely blasting Moscow on the subject at the United Nations this week:
We want to hear these words from Trumps lips! Many commentator point out he refuses to say them. Sarah Sanders says she doesn't know if Russia is a friend or a foe. Disgusting

I just heard Chris Collins(R) on CNN say Russia is a foe. I was waiting with baited breath to hear his answer. Why can't Trump say that himself? Sad
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#1513757 --- 03/20/18 02:09 PM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/37933...-russian-people

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) blasted President Trump on Tuesday over news that Trump phoned Russian President Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on his recent electoral win.

Putin won reelection in a landslide on Sunday — but both election observers and Putin's political opponents have charged that the vote was tained by widespread fraud.

In a statement, McCain called Trump's phone call to Putin an insult to "every Russian citizen who was denied the right to vote in a free and fair election to determine their country's future."

“An American president does not lead the Free World by congratulating dictators on winning sham elections," McCain said.

"And by doing so with Vladimir Putin, President Trump insulted every Russian citizen who was denied the right to vote in a free and fair election to determine their country's future, including the countless Russian patriots who have risked so much to protest and resist Putin's regime."

Trump called Putin on Tuesday to offer his congratulations on the Russian president’s victory, saying the two world leaders could meet again soon.

“We had a very good call,” Mr. Trump told reporters at the White House. “We will probably be meeting in the not-too distant future to discuss the arms race, which is getting out of control.”

The phone call came days after the Trump administration slapped new sanctions on Russia for its efforts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election. The administration also ripped Russia last week over allegations that Moscow was behind the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy with a military-grade nerve agent on British soil.

Trump has personally faced scrutiny for what Democrats and some Republicans have called his reluctance to forcefully condemn aggressions by Russia, most notably the plot to interfere and disrupt the U.S. presidential race.

McCain has been a particularly fierce critic of Trump’s posture toward Moscow. After the president approved the release of a controversial memo authored by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee last month, McCain suggested that Trump was “doing Putin's job for him."
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#1513758 --- 03/20/18 04:18 PM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/37933...-russian-people

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) blasted President Trump on Tuesday over news that Trump phoned Russian President Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on his recent electoral win.

Putin won reelection in a landslide on Sunday — but both election observers and Putin's political opponents have charged that the vote was tained by widespread fraud.

In a statement, McCain called Trump's phone call to Putin an insult to "every Russian citizen who was denied the right to vote in a free and fair election to determine their country's future."

“An American president does not lead the Free World by congratulating dictators on winning sham elections," McCain said.

"And by doing so with Vladimir Putin, President Trump insulted every Russian citizen who was denied the right to vote in a free and fair election to determine their country's future, including the countless Russian patriots who have risked so much to protest and resist Putin's regime."

Trump called Putin on Tuesday to offer his congratulations on the Russian president’s victory, saying the two world leaders could meet again soon.

“We had a very good call,” Mr. Trump told reporters at the White House. “We will probably be meeting in the not-too distant future to discuss the arms race, which is getting out of control.”

The phone call came days after the Trump administration slapped new sanctions on Russia for its efforts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election. The administration also ripped Russia last week over allegations that Moscow was behind the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy with a military-grade nerve agent on British soil.

Trump has personally faced scrutiny for what Democrats and some Republicans have called his reluctance to forcefully condemn aggressions by Russia, most notably the plot to interfere and disrupt the U.S. presidential race.

McCain has been a particularly fierce critic of Trump’s posture toward Moscow. After the president approved the release of a controversial memo authored by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee last month, McCain suggested that Trump was “doing Putin's job for him."
Rep Eric Sewell said congratulating Putin is like congratulating the Harem Globetrotters. grin
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#1513760 --- 03/21/18 06:39 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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Can't wait for the next opportunity for Trump to make the accusation of a witch hunt, this fool is his own worse enemy by creating fodder and scandals just by being himself. Examples: calling and congratulating a known dictator who kill by means of torture and running elections filled with illegalities. The women are coming out of the wood work like cock roaches and polygraphs though not admissible in court lends credence to Trump's lies. Lastly Mr. Trump, why are you so much of a bed buddy with this man.

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#1513761 --- 03/21/18 07:21 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
congratulating Putin is like congratulating the Harem Globetrotters. grin [/size]


Gosh, I don't recall the outrage when Obama did the exact same thing in 2012??

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#1513763 --- 03/21/18 09:13 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: luckyduck]
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Tell us about the people that were killed, poisoned or infected by gas when you went to a Globetrotter's game? So ready to weigh in on any topic regarding the lying Trump but having no regard to the traffic you dangerously cross to get to said debate. Remember the apple to orange narrative? well find those particular trees or a local produce store to distinguish between the two. whistle

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#1513764 --- 03/21/18 09:18 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Tell us about the people that were killed, poisoned or infected by gas when you went to a Globetrotter's game? So ready to weigh in on any topic regarding the lying Trump but having no regard to the traffic you dangerously cross to get to said debate. Remember the apple to orange narrative? well find those particular trees or a local produce store to distinguish between the two. whistle


Sorry, you are correct. My post wasn't clear; try this:

http://foreignpolicy.com/2012/03/09/obama-congratulates-putin-for-election-win/

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#1513765 --- 03/21/18 09:27 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: luckyduck]
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LOL, I understood you perfectly and your attempted narrative, if you marry your high school sweet heart deeming them as compatable and suitable for you, that's fine and dandy but........after several years of physical or verbal abuse, what do you do son? continue to stay there and lie about a good marriage or do you leave. Well as I've implied about apple and oranges, we know a WHOLE lot more about Mr. Putin today than we did 6 years ago don't we? but we can see that you love the old attempted narrative of saying that an old vile person is to be congratulated on being vile......I can see your logic clearly due to the fact that a vile and unethical person identifies with one similarly just like themselves. whistle

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#1513766 --- 03/21/18 09:31 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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"And the 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back"

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#1513767 --- 03/21/18 09:34 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: luckyduck]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Tell us about the people that were killed, poisoned or infected by gas when you went to a Globetrotter's game? So ready to weigh in on any topic regarding the lying Trump but having no regard to the traffic you dangerously cross to get to said debate. Remember the apple to orange narrative? well find those particular trees or a local produce store to distinguish between the two. whistle


Sorry, you are correct. My post wasn't clear; try this:

http://foreignpolicy.com/2012/03/09/obama-congratulates-putin-for-election-win/


In 2016, I voted for neither Hillary or Trump because of both questionable backgrounds but sadly it's reasonable to believe that the lying and womanizing Trump was your man, what's laughable and incredible about your arguments, the entire world knows about his past and present dysfunctions but you defend him irrespective, what does that make you? let's start with a liar that supports a liar, which brings us full circle as to why would any of us support anyone with a unethical and criminal history? crazy

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#1513768 --- 03/21/18 09:44 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: luckyduck]
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Originally Posted By: luckyduck
"And the 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back"


You stand corrected, this is 2018 son and what we know affirmatively today is entirely a tool to be used in future actions and correspondences. It's been confirmed that Putin hacked our election, to what extent will be determined, now tell us why would you congratulated a foreign dictator who possibly affected your own elections? Smart Americans know the answer, it's possible that said foreigner was able to alter the outcome of our election, thus giving you a position that you never qualified for or actual earned in the first place, confirmed by the fact that 15 months later you're still attempting to validate yourself but your own actions makes you unqualified in the first place.


https://www.yahoo.com/gma/judge-denies-t...topstories.html





https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/21/politics/donald-trump-vladimir-putin-congratulations/index.html

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#1513786 --- 03/22/18 09:37 AM Re: Donald Trump [Re: Formermac]
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You are so right General. What a joke this is.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/barry-mccaffrey-jared-kushner_us_5ab360dce4b0decad046c78a

Retired four-star Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey did not mince his words on Wednesday when asked for his opinion about Jared Kushner.

“Putting Jared Kushner, a 30-something person with no foreign policy experience or defense policy experience, as a leading representative of the United States is simply outrageous,” McCaffrey told MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes.”

President Donald Trump has charged his son-in-law and senior adviser with bringing peace to the Middle East.
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#1513867 --- 03/28/18 04:50 PM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-r...-lazy-ignoramus

Conservative columnist and author Ann Coulter late Tuesday accused President Trump of being an "ignoramus" who is "not giving us what he promised" during a stinging attack at Columbia University.

The former pro-Trump writer lambasted the president over a perceived failure to deliver on key immigration promises in comments reported by The Daily Beast.

“I knew he was a shallow, lazy ignoramus, and I didn’t care,” Coulter told the audience, which was largely comprised of College Republicans, according to the news outlet.

“It kind of breaks my heart,” she added. “He’s not giving us what he promised at every single campaign stop.”
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#1513890 --- 03/29/18 05:31 PM Re: Donald Trump [Re: kyle585]
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