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#1504583 --- 09/09/17 02:29 PM Worried about Trump?
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Andrew Cuomo’s Boondocks Boondoggle
by KYLE SMITH September 7, 2017

New York State is going to help build a comedy museum in a remote upstate town. No matter how awful a comedy club may be, you will scarcely find any lackluster Laff Lair or cheerless Chuckle Factory that charges $10 million for its two-drink minimum. Yet in a wacky scheme that could have been devised by Seinfeld’s buddy Kramer, that is exactly what Andrew Cuomo is proposing to charge you, New York State taxpayer, for a dismal comedy venture you’ll likely never set foot in, or even near. To mark the end of summer, New York’s governor is barbecuing $10 million in public funding as the state’s contribution toward construction of a comedy museum in Jamestown, N.Y. Jamestown? It’s a place of “empty storefronts and underused buildings,” according to the New York Times. It’s three hours west of Ithaca. Three hours north of Pittsburgh. Six and a half hours northwest of Manhattan. Home to some 31,000 souls, it doesn’t exactly scream “arts capital.” There’s a reason the most popular museums tend to be concentrated in cities rather than scattered randomly in rural areas, hamlets, and deserted islands: One museum, especially one small museum, isn’t usually enough to make tourists to go much out of their way. Especially a museum that proposes to offer stuff few want to see in the first place. Jamestown is on the comedy map, barely, because Lucille Ball grew up there. Since Lucy is hardly known to anyone under 45, and her brand of comedy (incessant mugging and slapstick) went out of style in the Nixon administration, her memory isn’t fertile ground in which to grow tourism. Nevertheless, in her honor there is a small museum, as well as an annual four-day comedy festival in August named after her. Headliners this year included Kevin James, Lisa Lampanelli, and Jim Gaffigan. The town hopes to build comedy’s Mecca from the existing museum, proposing a $50 million, 37,000-square-foot National Comedy Center that will house various artifacts and an exhibition featuring holograms of comedians. Does that tempt you to get in the car and head out for a six-plus-hour drive, East Coasters? “I believe this is going to be a national attraction,” Cuomo said last month. Let’s look at what else he believes: He avers that the project could create “scores” of jobs, according to the New York Times. Wow, scores? As in, maybe 40? Most of them presumably in such areas as custodial work, gift-shop attendant, and ticket-sales clerk, with a handful of cushy “curator” gigs steered toward reducing by two or three society’s surplus of holders of Ph.D.s in “culture studies”? If 40 jobs result, that’s $250,000 Cuomo is spending per job. Hurricane Irma downgraded as it approaches Florida 00:18 00:40 Powered by Backers say the $50 million museum will make a profit if it can draw 114,000 visitors per year paying $18 to $20 each — almost as much as you’d pay to enter the Museum of Modern Art or the Metropolitan Museum of Art, each of which is $25 and has the good sense to be located in a place where lots of people actually live. If a comedy museum is such a slam-bang idea, though, why isn’t Wall Street rushing in to earn a nice profit? And even if it did make sense, wouldn’t it be wiser to place it in a city that already has lots of other attractions? True, Lucille Ball isn’t from New York City, but a few other comics are: Seinfeld, George Carlin, Adam Sandler, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock etc., etc. About 300,000 people a year visit the less out-of-the-way Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. (four hours from Boston or New York), and it seems unlikely that the comedy museum will soon build up anywhere near as much lore as that palace of hero worship, notwithstanding that the comedy curators have already acquired such artifacts as Carlin’s handwritten jokes. Comedians, for a start, aren’t gods. Their success consists not in thunderous, awe-inspiring impossibilities like smacking a ball into orbit but in puzzling over the quotidian, calling up our ordinary frustrations. Louis C.K. speaks about the hassles of boarding an airplane, and we say, “I’ve been there.” Hanging out with Conan O’Brien might be fun. But who wants to touch the hem of his garment? Cuomo’s comedy boondoggle is just the latest in a long series of desperate moves to conjure up jobs of dubious sustainability using bales of taxpayer money. Cuomo’s comedy boondoggle is just the latest in a long series of desperate moves to conjure up jobs of dubious sustainability using bales of taxpayer money. Among his previous bets were $600 million to build a factory for an Austrian chip maker that bailed on the deal; $15 million for a film-production facility in Central New York that today stands empty; a tax break called Start-Up New York that has been credited with creating 408 jobs but spent $53 million on TV commercials alone; and a $750 million handout to billionaire Elon Musk’s money-losing panel manufacturer SolarCity for a forthcoming factory that supposedly will eventually create 5,000 jobs — at $150,000 for each of them. As each of these projects goes up in flames, an unchastened and perhaps unchastenable Cuomo dreams up more of them. –– ADVERTISEMENT –– If Cuomo wanted to deliver real jobs for depressed areas of New York, he’d simply step out of the way of industries that wish to harvest the state’s natural bounty: Jamestown sits atop the Marcellus Shale, a natural wonder that bestrides western New York and Pennsylvania and is estimated to employ some 30,000 workers in the latter state, which also counts another 60,000 jobs supported by the industry. Natural gas is helping to drive dirtier coal out of business, and fracking, which Cuomo stupidly banned in New York, is so safe that even President Obama did little to impede its growth. Marcellus Shale gas production increased by nearly 1,000 percent during his presidency. These are real jobs, by the way, not ones that involve tearing tickets: Average annual pay in the Pennsylvania oil and gas industry was $83,000 a year in 2012, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, compared to Pennsylvania’s annual average wage of $48,000 a year. Yet for Andrew Cuomo, it’s entirely fitting that he is ignoring the vast potential industry right under his feet and instead wasting public money on a comedy museum: The governor’s economic policy is a running joke.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/451134/ny-comedy-museum-another-andrew-cuomo-boondoggle
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#1504587 --- 09/09/17 03:24 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: cwjga]
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To answer your question, yes I worry about Trump and here is why:

https://www.statnews.com/2017/08/16/donald-trump-mental-health-congress/

Democrats in Congress to explore creating an expert panel on Trump’s mental health

By Sharon Begley @sxbegle

Three congressional Democrats have asked a psychiatrist at Yale School of Medicine to consult with them about forming an expert panel to offer the legislators advice on assessing President Trump’s mental health.

Yale’s Dr. Bandy Lee told STAT that over the last few weeks members of Congress or their staff have asked her to discuss how members might convene psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals “to review the president’s mental health, and review it on a periodic basis.” The closed meeting is expected to take place in September, she said.


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#1504588 --- 09/09/17 04:50 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
To answer your question, yes I worry about Trump and here is why:

https://www.statnews.com/2017/08/16/donald-trump-mental-health-congress/

Democrats in Congress to explore creating an expert panel on Trump’s mental health

By Sharon Begley @sxbegle

Three congressional Democrats have asked a psychiatrist at Yale School of Medicine to consult with them about forming an expert panel to offer the legislators advice on assessing President Trump’s mental health.

Yale’s Dr. Bandy Lee told STAT that over the last few weeks members of Congress or their staff have asked her to discuss how members might convene psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals “to review the president’s mental health, and review it on a periodic basis.” The closed meeting is expected to take place in September, she said.
Has any other president ever received such scrutiny before? No because we have never had a president before who health professionals thought was nuts.
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#1504590 --- 09/09/17 07:05 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
Andrew Cuomo’s Boondocks Boondoggle
by KYLE SMITH September 7, 2017

New York State is going to help build a comedy museum in a remote upstate town. No matter how awful a comedy club may be, you will scarcely find any lackluster Laff Lair or cheerless Chuckle Factory that charges $10 million for its two-drink minimum. Yet in a wacky scheme that could have been devised by Seinfeld’s buddy Kramer, that is exactly what Andrew Cuomo is proposing to charge you, New York State taxpayer, for a dismal comedy venture you’ll likely never set foot in, or even near. To mark the end of summer, New York’s governor is barbecuing $10 million in public funding as the state’s contribution toward construction of a comedy museum in Jamestown, N.Y. Jamestown? It’s a place of “empty storefronts and underused buildings,” according to the New York Times. It’s three hours west of Ithaca. Three hours north of Pittsburgh. Six and a half hours northwest of Manhattan. Home to some 31,000 souls, it doesn’t exactly scream “arts capital.” There’s a reason the most popular museums tend to be concentrated in cities rather than scattered randomly in rural areas, hamlets, and deserted islands: One museum, especially one small museum, isn’t usually enough to make tourists to go much out of their way. Especially a museum that proposes to offer stuff few want to see in the first place. Jamestown is on the comedy map, barely, because Lucille Ball grew up there. Since Lucy is hardly known to anyone under 45, and her brand of comedy (incessant mugging and slapstick) went out of style in the Nixon administration, her memory isn’t fertile ground in which to grow tourism. Nevertheless, in her honor there is a small museum, as well as an annual four-day comedy festival in August named after her. Headliners this year included Kevin James, Lisa Lampanelli, and Jim Gaffigan. The town hopes to build comedy’s Mecca from the existing museum, proposing a $50 million, 37,000-square-foot National Comedy Center that will house various artifacts and an exhibition featuring holograms of comedians. Does that tempt you to get in the car and head out for a six-plus-hour drive, East Coasters? “I believe this is going to be a national attraction,” Cuomo said last month. Let’s look at what else he believes: He avers that the project could create “scores” of jobs, according to the New York Times. Wow, scores? As in, maybe 40? Most of them presumably in such areas as custodial work, gift-shop attendant, and ticket-sales clerk, with a handful of cushy “curator” gigs steered toward reducing by two or three society’s surplus of holders of Ph.D.s in “culture studies”? If 40 jobs result, that’s $250,000 Cuomo is spending per job. Hurricane Irma downgraded as it approaches Florida 00:18 00:40 Powered by Backers say the $50 million museum will make a profit if it can draw 114,000 visitors per year paying $18 to $20 each — almost as much as you’d pay to enter the Museum of Modern Art or the Metropolitan Museum of Art, each of which is $25 and has the good sense to be located in a place where lots of people actually live. If a comedy museum is such a slam-bang idea, though, why isn’t Wall Street rushing in to earn a nice profit? And even if it did make sense, wouldn’t it be wiser to place it in a city that already has lots of other attractions? True, Lucille Ball isn’t from New York City, but a few other comics are: Seinfeld, George Carlin, Adam Sandler, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock etc., etc. About 300,000 people a year visit the less out-of-the-way Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. (four hours from Boston or New York), and it seems unlikely that the comedy museum will soon build up anywhere near as much lore as that palace of hero worship, notwithstanding that the comedy curators have already acquired such artifacts as Carlin’s handwritten jokes. Comedians, for a start, aren’t gods. Their success consists not in thunderous, awe-inspiring impossibilities like smacking a ball into orbit but in puzzling over the quotidian, calling up our ordinary frustrations. Louis C.K. speaks about the hassles of boarding an airplane, and we say, “I’ve been there.” Hanging out with Conan O’Brien might be fun. But who wants to touch the hem of his garment? Cuomo’s comedy boondoggle is just the latest in a long series of desperate moves to conjure up jobs of dubious sustainability using bales of taxpayer money. Cuomo’s comedy boondoggle is just the latest in a long series of desperate moves to conjure up jobs of dubious sustainability using bales of taxpayer money. Among his previous bets were $600 million to build a factory for an Austrian chip maker that bailed on the deal; $15 million for a film-production facility in Central New York that today stands empty; a tax break called Start-Up New York that has been credited with creating 408 jobs but spent $53 million on TV commercials alone; and a $750 million handout to billionaire Elon Musk’s money-losing panel manufacturer SolarCity for a forthcoming factory that supposedly will eventually create 5,000 jobs — at $150,000 for each of them. As each of these projects goes up in flames, an unchastened and perhaps unchastenable Cuomo dreams up more of them. –– ADVERTISEMENT –– If Cuomo wanted to deliver real jobs for depressed areas of New York, he’d simply step out of the way of industries that wish to harvest the state’s natural bounty: Jamestown sits atop the Marcellus Shale, a natural wonder that bestrides western New York and Pennsylvania and is estimated to employ some 30,000 workers in the latter state, which also counts another 60,000 jobs supported by the industry. Natural gas is helping to drive dirtier coal out of business, and fracking, which Cuomo stupidly banned in New York, is so safe that even President Obama did little to impede its growth. Marcellus Shale gas production increased by nearly 1,000 percent during his presidency. These are real jobs, by the way, not ones that involve tearing tickets: Average annual pay in the Pennsylvania oil and gas industry was $83,000 a year in 2012, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, compared to Pennsylvania’s annual average wage of $48,000 a year. Yet for Andrew Cuomo, it’s entirely fitting that he is ignoring the vast potential industry right under his feet and instead wasting public money on a comedy museum: The governor’s economic policy is a running joke.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/451134/ny-comedy-museum-another-andrew-cuomo-boondoggle


How about you raise the taxes Mr. Cuomo, we all could use another tax hike.
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#1504594 --- 09/09/17 07:15 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Trump will end up just like Nixon.

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/09/09/donald-trump-jr-russia-swamp-diary-215589?lo=ap_a1

Washington Post columnist Anne Applebaum theorized late in the week that the table has now been set with all the elements to prove Trump-Russia collusion. Motive: Russia sought to disrupt the election and roll back the Magnitsky Act. Dupes: Donald Trump, who has long curried Putin’s favor, and other aspiring Russophiles in his orbit (Junior, Flynn, Kushner, Manafort, et al.). Methods: Russian Internet operatives hacked the DNC’s and John Podesta’s emails and released them to the public to destabilize Clinton and the Democrats. Other trolls injected disinformation into the campaign stream. “How did Trump happen to use the same conspiracy theories that were proliferating on Russian media, both real and fake?” Applebaum asks. Coincidence or coordination?

Like June 17, 1972, the date of the Watergate break-in, Junior’s June 9, 2016, Trump Tower meeting has become the load-bearing date upon which the greater scandal rests. It may not turn out to be the most revelatory of all the Trump Tower shockers, but like the break-in it tells our story in miniature. Get to know its details. In the coming months, you’ll be reliving it again and again and again.
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#1504598 --- 09/10/17 01:10 AM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/finally-dawned-trump-much-people-164100778.html

It's finally dawned on Trump how much people 'hate' him — and he's pivoting to a new strategy

President Donald Trump is adopting a new approach to governing after a rocky start to his term.

One adviser told Axios' Mike Allen that after seven months in office, the president finally realized, "people really f---ing hate me."

Trump's decision this week to work with House minority leader, Nancy Pelosi, and Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, may signal that he's open to pivoting to a different strategy after hovering at record low levels of popularity during his first seven months in office: working across the aisle.
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#1504612 --- 09/10/17 08:03 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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Yeah sure Kyle! LOL! Hilary is going to win in a landslide too! LOL!

So arrogant.

So angry.

So...not in the White House!
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#1504743 --- 09/13/17 08:21 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: gassy one]
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http://www.msnbc.com/hardball/watch/matthews-mueller-is-closing-in-on-trump-1045195843661

Hardball with Chris Matthews 9/12/17

Matthews: Mueller is closing in on Trump
Do Trump's huge cadre of lawyers see the net that's now enveloping their clients, including client number 1?
Duration: 1:09
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#1504837 --- 09/17/17 09:50 AM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Cuomo’s Excelsior scholarships starting to look like Excelsi-oops
By Post Editorial Board September 10, 2017 | 10:35pm


It looks like thousands of New York students who qualify for Gov. Cuomo’s Excelsior Scholarship will actually wind up paying higher tuition this year. Guess that “appeal to Bernie Sanders voters” stuff is harder than it looks.

The Excelsior grants aim to make public colleges tuition-free for students whose families make $100,000 or less a year (and under $125,000 by 2019). But, for obvious reasons, they won’t go to those who already pay no tuition thanks to other grants — which is actually most of those who’d qualify.

Thing is, the SUNY Board of Trustees over the summer quietly voted to raise tuition by $200 for all students who don’t get Excelsior help.

As the Albany Student Press reports, fewer than 900 of the 13,000-plus students at SUNY’s UAlbany are set to receive the new scholarship. That leaves about 94 percent of the kids paying more — including many with family incomes below Cuomo’s cutoff who’ll have that much less left from their aid package to cover non-tuition expenses. And similar math will apply at every other SUNY campus.

This is the plan Sanders lauded as a “revolutionary idea” that will “reverberate not only throughout the state of New York, but throughout this country.”
Well, maybe not in quite the way that Cuomo planned.

That $200 hike is the most the board can inflict in a single year, and only by declaring an emergency — in this case, because of rising costs. Maybe the governor needs to focus more on SUNY’s overall finances and less on delivering Bernie’s “free college” dream?
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#1504838 --- 09/17/17 12:47 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: cwjga]
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Yes. I worry about Trump a lot. One commentator on TV this morning said if her 10 year old son did something like this he would be reprimanded. The immaturity of our current POTUS is appalling. We are the laughing stock of the world for electing this man with the unstable mind.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/17/politics/trump-tweet-clinton/index.html

Trump retweets GIF of him hitting Clinton with golf ball

By Jeremy Diamond, CNN

Updated 1:06 PM ET, Sun September 17, 2017

President Donald Trump retweeted an edited video Sunday morning that showed him swinging a golf club and appearing to hit his former presidential campaign rival Hillary Clinton with a golf ball.

The animated GIF image Trump retweeted spliced together footage of Trump taking a swing on a golf course with footage of Clinton tripping and falling as she boarded a plane in 2011 as secretary of state. The footage is edited to make it appear as though Clinton is hit in the back with a golf ball before her fall.
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#1504866 --- 09/19/17 12:42 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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Matthews: Mueller is closing in on Trump


anything's possible but, given all the leaks we've had to date about this administration, one would think if there was a smoking gun we'd have already read about it.

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#1504869 --- 09/19/17 02:12 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: Sam the Sham]
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https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/this-trump-russia-investigation-could-last-for-years/

May 19, 2017 at 4:13 PM

Earlier this week, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein named former FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign’s potential ties to Russia.

The history of special counsels is long, fraught and entangled with some of the country’s most infamous political scandals. So FiveThirtyEight turned to an academic expert in the history of — what else? — political scandals for some perspective on what Mueller’s appointment means for the coming weeks and months.

Brandon Rottinghaus, a political scientist at the University of Houston, cautioned that while the appointment of a special counsel is indeed a turning point in any investigation, the path forward (including to impeachment) is far from clear. History shows that these investigations can take years and often prove inconclusive.
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#1504973 --- 09/21/17 07:12 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/this-trump-russia-investigation-could-last-for-years/

May 19, 2017 at 4:13 PM

Earlier this week, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein named former FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign’s potential ties to Russia.

The history of special counsels is long, fraught and entangled with some of the country’s most infamous political scandals. So FiveThirtyEight turned to an academic expert in the history of — what else? — political scandals for some perspective on what Mueller’s appointment means for the coming weeks and months.

Brandon Rottinghaus, a political scientist at the University of Houston, cautioned that while the appointment of a special counsel is indeed a turning point in any investigation, the path forward (including to impeachment) is far from clear. History shows that these investigations can take years and often prove inconclusive.
Especially when you have nothing!

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#1505072 --- Today at 01:52 AM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Originally Posted By: kyle585
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/this-trump-russia-investigation-could-last-for-years/

May 19, 2017 at 4:13 PM

Earlier this week, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein named former FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign’s potential ties to Russia.

The history of special counsels is long, fraught and entangled with some of the country’s most infamous political scandals. So FiveThirtyEight turned to an academic expert in the history of — what else? — political scandals for some perspective on what Mueller’s appointment means for the coming weeks and months.

Brandon Rottinghaus, a political scientist at the University of Houston, cautioned that while the appointment of a special counsel is indeed a turning point in any investigation, the path forward (including to impeachment) is far from clear. History shows that these investigations can take years and often prove inconclusive.
Especially when you have nothing!
Have you noticed that Mueller was appointed by the Deputy Attorney General in Trump's Department of Justice?
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#1505083 --- Today at 08:24 AM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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Yeah so!

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#1505094 --- Today at 11:24 AM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Yeah so!
He was appointed by Trumps team. That is burning Trump to no end. LOL
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#1505108 --- Today at 03:52 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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They still got nothing but a witch hunt funded by taxpayers!

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#1505117 --- Today at 05:08 PM Re: Worried about Trump? [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Yeah so!
He was appointed by Trumps team. That is burning Trump to no end. LOL


Orange marmalade on toast.
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