45th President of the United States, Donald Trump. (Vol 6)

45th President of the United States, Donald Trump. (Vol 6)

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Kinky

36,903 posts

206 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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I reckon he did it himself because the questions were multiple choice .....

Chimune

2,399 posts

160 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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paulguitar said:
Chimune said:
Trump says HE wrote ALL the answers to Muellers questions.

This can only be a good thing I think.
He's lying though. His lawyers did the answers.
Yes but at some point Trump is gonna say or do something that he can't squirm out of.
Every time he says 'yup I did this' before it turns to ratst, is another chance for that to happen.

wong

357 posts

153 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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paua said:
B'stard Child said:
unrepentant said:
paulguitar said:
Chimune said:
Trump says HE wrote ALL the answers to Muellers questions.

This can only be a good thing I think.
He's lying though. His lawyers did the answers.
Trump can hardly spell his own name, let alone answer questions from Mueller.
Seems to spell and write it just fine when signing executive orders so I’m gonna call that as “fake news”

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It's taken him 65 years to learn his own signature ( just resubscribing to new thread)
He can't even colour in the correct colours to a drawing of the American flag.

mikal83

3,289 posts

189 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Gameface said:
Miss you Coyft.
I don't

silentbrown

4,185 posts

53 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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paua said:
It's taken him 65 years to learn his own signature ( just resubscribing to new thread)
https://qz.com/891546/donald-trump-official-signat...

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coyft

4,928 posts

148 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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wong said:
paua said:
B'stard Child said:
unrepentant said:
paulguitar said:
Chimune said:
Trump says HE wrote ALL the answers to Muellers questions.

This can only be a good thing I think.
He's lying though. His lawyers did the answers.
Trump can hardly spell his own name, let alone answer questions from Mueller.
Seems to spell and write it just fine when signing executive orders so I’m gonna call that as “fake news”

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It's taken him 65 years to learn his own signature ( just resubscribing to new thread)
He can't even colour in the correct colours to a drawing of the American flag.
Add Kinky’s “I reckon it was multiple choice” and the above perfectly sums up this thread. Only another 498 pages to go!

Awaits instant ban!

Eric Mc

104,724 posts

202 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Over 1,000 now missing in the California fires.

I'm waiting for El Presidento to visit the scene of what looks like America's biggest natural disaster for over a decade.

Byker28i

15,025 posts

154 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Tampon said:
So they are allowed back in, lets see how many posts before liberal tears, lefties etc start.

Seemed quiet on the Muller front today. I was hoping for a doozy.
An "unusually high" number of sealed criminal indictments have been added to the federal court docket in D.C. since the start of 2018, according to ABC News. Some wonder if they could be from Mueller.

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/dozens-sealed-crim...

Byker28i

15,025 posts

154 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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The CIA have said that the Saudi Crown Price ordered Khashoggi killing
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-secu...

Byker28i

15,025 posts

154 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Washington Post have a report on the rejected absentee ballots in Georgia's gubernatorial race which appear to be disproportionately located in counties that Democrat Stacey Abrams won, particularly in the metro Atlanta area


https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2018/11/16...

silentbrown

4,185 posts

53 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Byker28i said:
Washington Post have a report on the rejected absentee ballots in Georgia's gubernatorial race which appear to be disproportionately located in counties that Democrat Stacey Abrams won, particularly in the metro Atlanta area
Realistically, that's down to this.


Over 53% of Georgia population is in metro Atlanta. If the illustration was rejected ballots per X voters it would be more useful.

ScotHill

327 posts

46 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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So what's an indictment, versus just going out and arresting someone?

EvoDelta

8,049 posts

127 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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ScotHill said:
So what's an indictment, versus just going out and arresting someone?
I think you can be arrested without being charged, but an indictment is the same as being charged with the crime.

unrepentant

19,110 posts

193 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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EvoDelta said:
ScotHill said:
So what's an indictment, versus just going out and arresting someone?
I think you can be arrested without being charged, but an indictment is the same as being charged with the crime.
When the indictments again Don Jr and Kushner are unsealed look for references to "unnamed co conspirators". wink

Tallow

1,033 posts

98 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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silentbrown said:
Realistically, that's down to this.


Over 53% of Georgia population is in metro Atlanta. If the illustration was rejected ballots per X voters it would be more useful.
Yup, outside of the metro area (and commuter towns like Marietta, Alpharetta, etc) there's not that much going on in Georgia population wise. A bit in Savannah, I suppose, but it's generally pretty empty.

rscott

8,043 posts

128 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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silentbrown said:
Byker28i said:
Washington Post have a report on the rejected absentee ballots in Georgia's gubernatorial race which appear to be disproportionately located in counties that Democrat Stacey Abrams won, particularly in the metro Atlanta area
Realistically, that's down to this.


Over 53% of Georgia population is in metro Atlanta. If the illustration was rejected ballots per X voters it would be more useful.
Not when you read the detail - 2 metro Atlanta counties returned very different results. Fulton rejected 1 in 17,000 absentee votes but Gwinnett 1,600 in 20,000 . Seems different counties have different criteria..

Byker28i

15,025 posts

154 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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rscott said:
Not when you read the detail - 2 metro Atlanta counties returned very different results. Fulton rejected 1 in 17,000 absentee votes but Gwinnett 1,600 in 20,000 . Seems different counties have different criteria..
It's all true - Atlanta is huge for population compared to other parts of Georgia. Savannah is stunning as it was saved in the civil was so still has some really old houses set around colonial squares.

However the article did point out the issues and details backing the claim.

Byker28i

15,025 posts

154 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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$174K hotel bill for a day in Toronto for Melania?
https://qz.com/1465202/melania-trump-racked-up-a-1...

There's been a lot recently about Melania to make her look bad, sacking people, trying to get trump to sack Kelly as she fell out with him. Either someones briefing against her or she's always been this way and people think they can tell the stories now?

https://qz.com/1465202/melania-trump-racked-up-a-1...

Byker28i

15,025 posts

154 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Byker28i said:
The CIA have said that the Saudi Crown Price ordered Khashoggi killing
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-secu...
trump said: "We haven't been briefed yet" about CIA's findings on Khashoggi killing,

That's not true. He has been shown evidence of the prince’s alleged involvement in the killing, and privately he remains skeptical.
But then trump has history of not believing the intelligence agencies

Edited by Byker28i on Saturday 17th November 16:54

paulguitar

1,864 posts

50 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Byker28i said:
Byker28i said:
The CIA have said that the Saudi Crown Price ordered Khashoggi killing
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-secu...
trump said: "We haven't been briefed yet" about CIA's findings on Khashoggi killing,

That's not true. He has been shown evidence of the prince’s alleged involvement in the killing, and privately he remains skeptical.
But then trump has history of not believing the intelligence agencies

Edited by Byker28i on Saturday 17th November 16:54