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#1500077 --- 06/16/17 12:07 AM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: gassy one]
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https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2016/04/the-end-of-welfare-as-we-know-it/476322/

The End of Welfare as We Know It

America’s once-robust safety net is no more.
Bill Clinton signs welfare reform in 1996. J. Scott Applewhite / AP Alana Semuels Apr 1, 2016

By the numbers, welfare reform was a success.

More than 13 million people received cash assistance from the government in 1995, before the law was passed. Today, just 3 million do.

“Simply put, welfare reform worked because we all worked together,” Bill Clinton, who signed into law welfare reform, or the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, wrote in an op-ed in The New York Times in 2006. Clinton had campaigned on a pledge to “end welfare as we know it” and today it is all too apparent that he succeeded.

The law replaced AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children) with TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families—“temporary” being the key word). It stipulated that people could receive no more than five years of government benefits in a lifetime, though states could set their limits lower and many did, with some instituting a two-year lifetime limit. It required a certain percentage of welfare recipients in states to be working, and said that those who couldn’t find jobs would have to participate in community service or get vocational training. Those who didn’t work or volunteer would eventually be kicked off the welfare rolls.

The law also changed the way the federal government handed out assistance. TANF is administered through so-called block grants to states, which are large chunks of money the federal government gives to states for programs with few restrictions on how the money is used. If states spend the money on cash assistance, they have a number of rules they have to follow, but they’re also free to spend it on something else entirely; Michigan, for instance, spends much of its block grant on college scholarships; Texas spends much of its on foster care, according to H. Luke Shaefer, a University of Michigan professor and a co-author of $2.00 A Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America.

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#1500161 --- 06/18/17 04:24 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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http://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/18/donald-trump-technology-companies-relationship-239657

The fraught relationship between the country’s leading tech executives and President Donald Trump is about to get even more tense.

The latest uncomfortable moment arrives Monday, when top tech CEOs are expected to sit down with Trump at the White House to talk about modernizing government technology. Many of the companies have refused to confirm their attendance publicly, in a sign of how sensitive their dealings with the Trump administration have become in a liberal Silicon Valley that loathes his policies on issues like immigration and climate change.

It’s just the newest example of a dynamic that has ensnared some of the industry’s leading figures. In February, embattled Uber CEO Travis Kalanick backed away from a Trump economic council after critics of the president’s travel ban announced a boycott of the company. More recently, Tesla CEO Elon Musk quit his role as a White House business adviser after Trump abandoned the Paris climate accord.

Liberal activists are serving notice that other tech companies need to beware — and calling on Silicon Valley workers to pressure their employers to disengage from Trump.

“Trump has been in office for almost 150 days. There is no mistaking what this administration is,” said Nicole Carty, campaign manager for SumOfUs, an advocacy group pressuring executives to leave Trump’s advisory councils. “They are condoning an administration in a moment when the truth and intent of its agenda has been revealed.”

“This meeting doesn’t have to happen,” another group, Tech Solidarity, wrote in a blog post about Monday’s White House session. “Tech employees have the power to stop it.”

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#1500338 --- 06/22/17 02:09 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-russia-u-intelligence-chiefs-121438471.html

President Donald Trump asked two top American intelligence official to say there was no collusion between his election campaign and Russia, the officials told special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation team last week.

Multiple sources familiar with the investigation told CNN that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Admiral Mike Rogers told the investigative team what the president asked of them. But both said that they did not construe it as an order.

During testimony to the Senate intelligence committee on June 7, Coats and Rogers didn’t answer many specific questions, but both said they weren’t under pressure to publicly intervene in the inquiry.

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#1500881 --- 07/04/17 10:12 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-russia-u-intelligence-chiefs-121438471.html

President Donald Trump asked two top American intelligence official to say there was no collusion between his election campaign and Russia, the officials told special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation team last week.

Multiple sources familiar with the investigation told CNN that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Admiral Mike Rogers told the investigative team what the president asked of them. But both said that they did not construe it as an order.

During testimony to the Senate intelligence committee on June 7, Coats and Rogers didn’t answer many specific questions, but both said they weren’t under pressure to publicly intervene in the inquiry.
GOT NOTHING KYLE!

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#1500909 --- 07/05/17 04:44 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: gassy one]
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http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/05/opinions/gop-time-to-isolate-the-president-opinion-jolly/index.html

It is fair for both the media and concerned voters to demand more: a tangible, substantive GOP strategy that honestly confronts the President's waywardness in policy and personal integrity.

Congressional Republicans' response should be this: Ignore the President. Isolate him.

In a tweet and then fall in line with the President's awkward leadership of domestic and foreign policy — such as when they race to be his guest at a South Lawn ceremony celebrating passage of a flawed health care bill that even the President himself now disowns -- all their condemnation, and congressional resolve itself, is exposed as meritless.

This Republican Congress needs to take a stand for the party and for the country. It must rise to the responsibility and the privilege that Article I of the Constitution vests in Congress as a co-equal branch, the first branch envisioned by the founders, even ahead of the Presidency.

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#1500912 --- 07/05/17 06:43 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
GOT NOTHING KYLE!


https://www.yahoo.com/news/mueller-probe-could-draw-focus-russian-crime-operations-144508159.html

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government has long warned that Russian organized crime posed a threat to democratic institutions, including "criminally linked oligarchs" who might collude with the Russian government to undermine business competition.

Those concerns, ever-present if not necessarily always top priorities, are front and center once more.


An ongoing special counsel investigation is drawing attention to Russian efforts to meddle in democratic processes, the type of skullduggery that in the past has relied on hired hackers and outside criminals. It's not clear how much the probe by former FBI Director Robert Mueller will center on the criminal underbelly of Moscow, but he's already picked some lawyers with experience fighting organized crime. And as the team looks for any financial entanglements of Trump associates and relationships with Russian officials, its focus could land again on the intertwining of Russia's criminal operatives and its intelligence services.

Russian organized crime has manifested itself over the decades in more conventional forms of money laundering, credit card fraud and black market sales. Justice Department prosecutors have repeatedly racked up convictions for those offenses.

In recent years, though, the bond between Russian intelligence agencies and criminal networks has been especially alarming to American law enforcement officials, blending motives of espionage with more old-fashioned greed. In March, for instance, two hired hackers were charged along with two officers of Russia's Federal Security Service in a cyberattack on Yahoo Inc. in 2013.

It's too early to know how Russian criminal networks might fit into the election meddling investigation, but central to the probe are devastating breaches of Democratic email accounts, including those of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman. U.S. authorities have blamed those hacks on Russian intelligence services working to discredit Clinton and help Trump — but have said the overall effort involved third-party intermediaries and paid Internet trolls.

Former law enforcement officials say Russian organized crime has been a concern for at least a couple of decades, though not necessarily the most pressing demand given finite resources and budget constraints. The threat is diffuse and complex, and Russia's historic lack of cooperation has complicated efforts to apprehend suspects. And the responsibility for combatting the problem often falls across different divisions of the FBI and the Justice Department, depending on whether it's a criminal or national security offense — a sometimes-blurry boundary.

"It's not an easy thing to kind of grasp or understand, but it's very dangerous to our country because they have so many different aspects, unlike a traditional cartel," said Robert Anderson, a retired FBI executive assistant director who worked counterintelligence cases and oversaw the criminal and cyber branch.


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#1500913 --- 07/05/17 06:47 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/engineer-governments-tech-startup-quits-212552286.html

Before the results of the presidential election were even finalized, Noah Kunin wrote a short blog post explaining why he would be staying at 18F, the United States Government's internal tech "startup."

"My oath to this country was not to a particular office, or person, and certainly not to a political party. It was to the Constitution and to the people (emphasis added)," wrote Kunin in the widely-read post.

Now, just about eight months later, Kunin has announced via a second blog post that he's resigned his post in 18F, rather than be complicit in what he sees as the undermining of American democracy by the Trump administration.

"The people with the matches are inside the house. The house is not burning down (this time) because it was struck by lightning, or the wiring was shoddy. It’s now on fire because the people in charge want to burn it down," writes Kunin.

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#1500914 --- 07/05/17 06:49 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/donald-trump-sold-son-eric-151552819.html

Months before Donald Trump won the presidential election, he reportedly sold two high-priced condos to one of his sons at a major discount, thereby avoiding significant taxes for the prime real estate near New York City’s Central Park, ProPublica reported Wednesday.

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#1500915 --- 07/05/17 06:51 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/declaration-independence-npr-tweets-prompt-125548565.html

National Public Radio (NPR) was just following tradition when it started tweeting the Declaration of Independence on July 4, but little did the station know it was stirring up revolutionary sentiment.

On the first Independence Day of the Donald Trump presidency, the declaration’s fiery language of revolt against tyranny inflamed the spirit of those who see in Trump a worrying autocrat.

For the past 29 years, NPR has read out the historic document that formally announced the sovereignty of the United States of America in 1776, breaking away from the colonial control of the British Empire ruled by King George III, in a special Morning Edition programme. NPR also tweeted the document’s text in a string of more than 100 tweets.

Read line by line, the text appeared to reference more than once the current political climate in the country. “A Prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people,” the 241-year-old Declaration of Independence read at one point, the most retweeted line of the NPR thread.

“Oh my. Who does this sound like?” one social media user replied. Others tagged Trump’s account @realdonaldtrump in the tweet: “Does this not sound like someone we know, @realDonaldTrump?” one reply read.

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#1500916 --- 07/05/17 06:54 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/e31057f2-bafe-365e-a859-1203321c4b3e/some-republicans-give-up-on.html

A core tenet of Republican ideology in recent years is the belief that no tax should go up – on anyone, at any time, by any amount, for any reason. GOP officials’ unflinching commitment to this idea has created all kinds of governance problems, but not enough to undermine the party’s fealty to the idea. For the first time in recent memory, however, we’re starting to see some examples of Republicans carefully inching away from the partisan principle. The New York Times reported over the holiday weekend on conservative lawmakers in Kansas, South Carolina, and Tennessee agreeing to “significant tax increases in recent weeks to meet demands for more revenue.” This was especially notable in Kansas, ...

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#1500925 --- 07/05/17 10:17 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/declaration-independence-npr-tweets-prompt-125548565.html

National Public Radio (NPR) was just following tradition when it started tweeting the Declaration of Independence on July 4, but little did the station know it was stirring up revolutionary sentiment.

On the first Independence Day of the Donald Trump presidency, the declaration’s fiery language of revolt against tyranny inflamed the spirit of those who see in Trump a worrying autocrat.

For the past 29 years, NPR has read out the historic document that formally announced the sovereignty of the United States of America in 1776, breaking away from the colonial control of the British Empire ruled by King George III, in a special Morning Edition programme. NPR also tweeted the document’s text in a string of more than 100 tweets.

Read line by line, the text appeared to reference more than once the current political climate in the country. “A Prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people,” the 241-year-old Declaration of Independence read at one point, the most retweeted line of the NPR thread.

“Oh my. Who does this sound like?” one social media user replied. Others tagged Trump’s account @realdonaldtrump in the tweet: “Does this not sound like someone we know, @realDonaldTrump?” one reply read.
Trump is exactly what this country needs! Get things done and doesn't care who he offends! We have had enough of people like Obama who talk but don't get anything done! If Obama had done something years ago with North Korea we wouldn't be where we are today!

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#1500937 --- 07/06/17 02:43 AM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Originally Posted By: kyle585
https://www.yahoo.com/news/declaration-independence-npr-tweets-prompt-125548565.html

National Public Radio (NPR) was just following tradition when it started tweeting the Declaration of Independence on July 4, but little did the station know it was stirring up revolutionary sentiment.

On the first Independence Day of the Donald Trump presidency, the declaration’s fiery language of revolt against tyranny inflamed the spirit of those who see in Trump a worrying autocrat.

For the past 29 years, NPR has read out the historic document that formally announced the sovereignty of the United States of America in 1776, breaking away from the colonial control of the British Empire ruled by King George III, in a special Morning Edition programme. NPR also tweeted the document’s text in a string of more than 100 tweets.

Read line by line, the text appeared to reference more than once the current political climate in the country. “A Prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people,” the 241-year-old Declaration of Independence read at one point, the most retweeted line of the NPR thread.

“Oh my. Who does this sound like?” one social media user replied. Others tagged Trump’s account @realdonaldtrump in the tweet: “Does this not sound like someone we know, @realDonaldTrump?” one reply read.
Trump is exactly what this country needs! Get things done and doesn't care who he offends! We have had enough of people like Obama who talk but don't get anything done! If Obama had done something years ago with North Korea we wouldn't be where we are today!
baloney. Trump has got nothing done. He has done a lot of executive actions that look like real action to the uniformed. The Republican house and senate are very considered about no health care, no tax bill, no infrastruce, etc.

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#1500975 --- 07/06/17 05:07 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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http://money.cnn.com/2017/06/22/news/jared-kushner-ethics-republican-congressman/index.html

GOP lawmaker raises 'serious questions' about Kushner family conflicts

A Republican congressman says he's concerned about potential conflicts of interest raised by Jared Kushner and his family's business ties.

Walter Jones, a member of the House from North Carolina, wrote to the Office of Government Ethics on May 18 to ask whether the pitch by the Kushner family business to Chinese investors last month violated ethics rules.

Nicole Kushner Meyer, the sister of top White House aide Jared Kushner, mentioned her brother's role in the administration during a pitch in China seeking EB-5 financing for a real estate development in New Jersey.

EB-5 visas offer a path to green cards for investors who put more than $500,000 into a project that creates jobs in the United States.


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#1500977 --- 07/06/17 09:57 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Originally Posted By: kyle585
https://www.yahoo.com/news/declaration-independence-npr-tweets-prompt-125548565.html

National Public Radio (NPR) was just following tradition when it started tweeting the Declaration of Independence on July 4, but little did the station know it was stirring up revolutionary sentiment.

On the first Independence Day of the Donald Trump presidency, the declaration’s fiery language of revolt against tyranny inflamed the spirit of those who see in Trump a worrying autocrat.

For the past 29 years, NPR has read out the historic document that formally announced the sovereignty of the United States of America in 1776, breaking away from the colonial control of the British Empire ruled by King George III, in a special Morning Edition programme. NPR also tweeted the document’s text in a string of more than 100 tweets.

Read line by line, the text appeared to reference more than once the current political climate in the country. “A Prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people,” the 241-year-old Declaration of Independence read at one point, the most retweeted line of the NPR thread.

“Oh my. Who does this sound like?” one social media user replied. Others tagged Trump’s account @realdonaldtrump in the tweet: “Does this not sound like someone we know, @realDonaldTrump?” one reply read.
Trump is exactly what this country needs! Get things done and doesn't care who he offends! We have had enough of people like Obama who talk but don't get anything done! If Obama had done something years ago with North Korea we wouldn't be where we are today!
baloney. Trump has got nothing done. He has done a lot of executive actions that look like real action to the uniformed. The Republican house and senate are very considered about no health care, no tax bill, no infrastruce, etc.
The guy has only been in office 6 months! Obama was in for 8 years and accomplished nothing but his famed Obamacare which is worthless now!

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#1501130 --- 07/09/17 08:01 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: gassy one]
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The guy has only been in office 6 months!
six months is long enough so that we all now what the rest of the time will be like until we get him out of there.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2...lumn/462836001/

Don't count on Trump. He's so incoherent, hypocritical and self-contradictory that he literally makes no sense. It was all on display in Europe.

What’s striking here is not just that Trump is delusional. It’s that he is so incoherent, hypocritical and self-contradictory: He literally makes no sense. Our oxymoronic president was on full display during his trip to Europe, and nowhere more so than in his Warsaw speech, which was full of statements utterly at odds with his other words and deeds.

Trump delivered a rip-roaring defense of “Western civilization," saying "our values will prevail. Our people will thrive. And our civilization will triumph." Yet, does anyone think the president could possibly pass an undergraduate Western Civilization course? He probably thinks that Thucydides is some rich Greek guy who bought an apartment in Trump Tower and that Plato was the owner of a sex club in Manhattan.

Trump also said, “We empower women as pillars of our society and of our success” — pretty rich, coming from a president who bragged about grabbing women by their private parts and who insults them in the most graphic, demeaning terms possible. Just a couple of weeks ago he savagely attacked Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC as “low IQ Crazy Mika” and claimed that she was “bleeding badly from a face-lift” over New Year’s.

Any Europeans who might have been reassured by Trump’s commitment to NATO’s Article 5 mutual-defense provision should beware that Trump’s words mean little. His lies are matched only by his contradictions. One of the few things Trump appears to be consistent and sincere about is his admiration of, and desire to work with, Putin.

Everything else is just gibberish.


Max Boot, a member of USA TODAY’s Board of Contributors, is a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

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#1501135 --- 07/09/17 09:57 PM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
The guy has only been in office 6 months!
six months is long enough so that we all now what the rest of the time will be like until we get him out of there.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2...lumn/462836001/

Don't count on Trump. He's so incoherent, hypocritical and self-contradictory that he literally makes no sense. It was all on display in Europe.

What’s striking here is not just that Trump is delusional. It’s that he is so incoherent, hypocritical and self-contradictory: He literally makes no sense. Our oxymoronic president was on full display during his trip to Europe, and nowhere more so than in his Warsaw speech, which was full of statements utterly at odds with his other words and deeds.

Trump delivered a rip-roaring defense of “Western civilization," saying "our values will prevail. Our people will thrive. And our civilization will triumph." Yet, does anyone think the president could possibly pass an undergraduate Western Civilization course? He probably thinks that Thucydides is some rich Greek guy who bought an apartment in Trump Tower and that Plato was the owner of a sex club in Manhattan.

Trump also said, “We empower women as pillars of our society and of our success” — pretty rich, coming from a president who bragged about grabbing women by their private parts and who insults them in the most graphic, demeaning terms possible. Just a couple of weeks ago he savagely attacked Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC as “low IQ Crazy Mika” and claimed that she was “bleeding badly from a face-lift” over New Year’s.

Any Europeans who might have been reassured by Trump’s commitment to NATO’s Article 5 mutual-defense provision should beware that Trump’s words mean little. His lies are matched only by his contradictions. One of the few things Trump appears to be consistent and sincere about is his admiration of, and desire to work with, Putin.

Everything else is just gibberish.


Max Boot, a member of USA TODAY’s Board of Contributors, is a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Sore loser Kyle! Just because he doesn't adhere to the your liberal ways and doesn't do things like have been done in the past you CRY,CRY CRY!

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#1501160 --- 07/10/17 04:13 AM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Sore loser Kyle! Just because he doesn't adhere to the your liberal ways and doesn't do things like have been done in the past you CRY,CRY CRY!
It is not just Dems. Many Republicans are deeply critical of Trumps latest fiasco of an idea to support his friend and brutal dictator Putin! Trump is now backing away from the idea. Trump is a total idiot.

https://www.rawstory.com/2017/07/not-the...nce-with-putin/

Appearing on NBC’s Meet The Press, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham (SC) criticized President Donald Trump over his defense of Russian President Vladimir Putin and ridiculed his proposed partnership on a “cyber security unit” with Russia.

“When it comes to Russia I am dumbfounded, I am disappointed, and at the end of the day he’s hurting his presidency by not embracing the fact that Putin is a bad guy,” Graham told host Chuck Todd.

“He is literally the only person I know of who doesn’t believe Russia attacked our election in 2016,” Graham said of Trump who still refuses to blame Putin or Russian hackers.


As for for Trump’s proposal to form a “cyber security unit” with the Russian strongman, Graham got right to the point.

“It’s not the dumbest idea I’ve ever heard—but it’s pretty close,” he quipped.

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#1501170 --- 07/10/17 06:27 AM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Sore loser Kyle! Just because he doesn't adhere to the your liberal ways
Trump is often criticized, sometimes severely, by Republican senators like McCain,Graham, Sasse, Collins, etc. No one has ever accused them of being liberals.

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#1501171 --- 07/10/17 06:53 AM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Sore loser Kyle! Just because he doesn't adhere to the your liberal ways
Trump is often criticized, sometimes severely, by Republican senators like McCain,Graham, Sasse, Collins, etc. No one has ever accused them of being liberals.


Oh yes I have. They are all part of the elite liberal swamp that is DC and they need to go.
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#1501173 --- 07/10/17 07:45 AM Re: GOP Can't Look Them in Eyes [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Sore loser Kyle! Just because he doesn't adhere to the your liberal ways
Trump is often criticized, sometimes severely, by Republican senators like McCain,Graham, Sasse, Collins, etc. No one has ever accused them of being liberals.
Oh yes I have. They are all part of the elite liberal swamp that is DC and they need to go.
So you think that Trump is going to get rid of every senator? How in the world is he going to do that? Maybe he will get advice from his friend Putin? Putin has them disappear, or put them in prison. His latest favorite method is he poisons them. Will Trump stoop that low? I think he would if he thought he could get away with it. I wouldn't put anything past Trump. He is so totally disgusting.

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