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

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

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Gandahar

6,839 posts

72 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Vol 6 is really quite loud.

Donald is the first President who may ramp it up to

VOLUME 10

on here.

laugh

I'm starting to like the old fecker. Just like Max Mosley, another ginger head old bloke who hates to be wrong, he is going strong

He's not had nazi themed wes shave his anus yet like Max did, but give him time! Max still kept his El Presidente position after all that due to sucking up to Middle East and African members of the FIA whilst Germany and Europe tried to get rid of him. They failed.

Go figure.

The life and times of ginger haired black shirt Max Mosley gives a current perspective on the ginger haired red tie Donald Trump I do believe.

Some men can not be wrong. Ever.




Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Saturday 17th November 2018
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Trump has said he'll deliver the answers to muellers questions next week...
https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/417246...

I'll believe that when he does, he's been saying he'll be interviewed for over a year then puts it off.
Meanwhile Mueller has been sealing indictments. Waiting for trumps collusion answers in writing just to nail him further?

https://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/417250-muell...


Edited by Byker28i on Saturday 17th November 23:38

silentbrown

4,911 posts

60 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Byker28i said:
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.
Never been to that part of that States smile

You're right, the article makes some very specific claims re anomalies in Gwinnett county, but the infographic they've chosen is something of a "gee-whizz graph" and really doesn't add anything helpful.

NRS

14,773 posts

145 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Byker28i said:
You couldn't make this up

Having been told that the crown prince ordered the murder, Trump heralded Saudi Arabia as a “spectacular ally”, just two days after his administration leveled sanctions against 17 Saudi officials for the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi
https://www.politico.com/story/2018/11/17/trump-sa...

one can't help but wonder what debt (monetary and otherwise) the President and his family may have with the Saudis
As I've said earlier no other US president would do anything. Saudi Oil is too powerful. Just look at the impacts on the world economy when you have oil shortages, and Saudi is one of the most important producers. Of course it's wrong, but the US and us will do assassinations in a similar style ourselves, so in addition if we put too much pressure then other countries will likely come out with evidence of our ones.

Not right, but naive in the extreme to expect anything to happen much about it. They've killed far more people in Yemen, and the only thing we've done there is sell them weapons. Why is one person more important than the thousands killed there, and why is the media so quiet about Yemen?

Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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silentbrown said:
Byker28i said:
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.
Never been to that part of that States smile

You're right, the article makes some very specific claims re anomalies in Gwinnett county, but the infographic they've chosen is something of a "gee-whizz graph" and really doesn't add anything helpful.
Savannah is worth a visit. We went as part of one of or road trips from Florida, Georgia to Tennessee.
As always I'd advise staying off the interstate and using the smaller roads to get places, you go back in time in Georgia. Cotton fields with workers picking cotton in denim dungarees, little house on the prairie homesteads with rocking chairs and old person on the veranda.
We stayed outside Atlanta at Stone Mountain Valley park where the housekeeper was the spitting image and voice of the black housekeeper from Tom and Jerry. Unfortunately her working partner was called Richard rather than Thomas... biggrin

Slaav

3,415 posts

154 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Do we really think Mueller is going to indict The Donald? Or just the kids and associated parties?

Ructions

3,570 posts

65 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Slaav said:
Do we really think Mueller is going to indict The Donald? Or just the kids and associated parties?
He’ll be stopped before he gets to The Donald.

paulguitar

3,180 posts

57 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Ructions said:
Slaav said:
Do we really think Mueller is going to indict The Donald? Or just the kids and associated parties?
He’ll be stopped before he gets to The Donald.
I’ve said previously here and I still think that the sheer scale of trump’s criminality may take years to uncover. Clearly, he is now interfering with the investigation in plain sight, but Mueller has the reputation of being a very smart operator.

I think it will depend on how much the American people want to see justice done but it appears, very sadly, that many of them don’t seem to give a st.

p1stonhead

19,462 posts

111 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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“Has seeing the forest fire devastation changed your mind on climate change?”

“No I have a strong opinion. I want great climate”

https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/status/1063907138...

rofl

Gameface

9,362 posts

21 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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I'm actually watching Veep at the moment and it's pretty tame compared to this st!

Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Trump lying on Fox News saying he never knew Whitaker was outspokenly critical of Mueller and the trump investigation...

He also said he wouldn't sit and be interviewed by Mueller. “I think we’ve wasted enough time on this witch hunt, and the answer is probably, we’re finished,”.

Hasn't he several time in the last 18 months said that he would,..

The lies continued.
Trump says that he should have gone to Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day but he "was extremely busy on calls for the country. We did a lot of calling, as you know

After praising Saudi the other day, trump says he doesn't want to hear the tape of Jamal Khashoggi's murder.

TRUMP: "I don't want to hear the tape. No reason for me to hear the tape."
Q: "Why don't you want to hear it, sir?"
TRUMP: "It's a suffering tape. It's a terrible tape. I've been fully briefed on it."


Edited by Byker28i on Sunday 18th November 16:22

Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Trump also said: “I wasn’t on the ballot” when asked about the sweeping losses in the House and beyond. But in next breath, Trump takes credit for victories in governor races in Florida and Ohio and potential Rick Scott victory, calling it a “tremendous success”

Then went on to give himself an A+ score
"I would give myself, I would – look, I hate to do it, but I will do it, I would give myself an A+, is that enough? Can I go higher than that?"
https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/417308...

Edited by Byker28i on Sunday 18th November 17:06

Countdown

23,937 posts

140 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Byker28i said:
Trump says that he should have gone to Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day but he "was extremely busy on calls for the country. We did a lot of calling, as you know
Just a minor observation..... we're at the stage where the President of the United States can make a nonsensical statement and nobody at all bats an eyelid, possibly because, even though it's nonsensical, it makes far more sense than other stuff he says.

Wtf are "calls for the country"? How tf were these more important than visiting Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day? And how tf are we supposed to know "you did a lot of calling"?

If 40% of the Us electorate accepts this level of intelligence in their President then the US is well and truly censored.
ETA
Please don't circumnavigate the swear filter it's there for a reason.


Edited by Big Al. on Monday 19th November 08:54

paulguitar

3,180 posts

57 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Countdown said:
Byker28i said:
Trump says that he should have gone to Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day but he "was extremely busy on calls for the country. We did a lot of calling, as you know
Just a minor observation..... we're at the stage where the President of the United States can make a nonsensical statement and nobody at all bats an eyelid, possibly because, even though it's nonsensical, it makes far more sense than other stuff he says.

Wtf are "calls for the country"? How tf were these more important than visiting Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day? And how tf are we supposed to know "you did a lot of calling"?

If 40% of the Us electorate accepts this level of intelligence in their President then the US is well and truly fu cked.
I think there is a real fatigue here to the extent that many people barely register the lying anymore. He does it so naturally, so consistently that I think any folks neither notice nor particularly care.

I am fascinated to see where we go from here. It's an amazing episode, this 'presidency'. Trump, Sanders, Conway...Has there ever been such an odious bunch all in one place before? It's amazing stuff, crazy times.



Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Trump claims that he hasn't visited troops in a war zone, because he's had a very busy schedule, and then there's that investigation.

Still hasn't stopped him having his rally's, or visiting his properties and golf courses....

https://www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/politics/20...

Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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paulguitar said:
Countdown said:
Byker28i said:
Trump says that he should have gone to Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day but he "was extremely busy on calls for the country. We did a lot of calling, as you know
Just a minor observation..... we're at the stage where the President of the United States can make a nonsensical statement and nobody at all bats an eyelid, possibly because, even though it's nonsensical, it makes far more sense than other stuff he says.

Wtf are "calls for the country"? How tf were these more important than visiting Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day? And how tf are we supposed to know "you did a lot of calling"?

If 40% of the Us electorate accepts this level of intelligence in their President then the US is well and truly fu cked.
I think there is a real fatigue here to the extent that many people barely register the lying anymore. He does it so naturally, so consistently that I think any folks neither notice nor particularly care.

I am fascinated to see where we go from here. It's an amazing episode, this 'presidency'. Trump, Sanders, Conway...Has there ever been such an odious bunch all in one place before? It's amazing stuff, crazy times.
Just after the president talked about the need for "decorum" in the White House, he calls a member of Congress "Adam Schitt

Donald J. Trump
Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
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1h
So funny to see little Adam Schitt (D-CA) talking about the fact that Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker was not approved by the Senate, but not mentioning the fact that Bob Mueller (who is highly conflicted) was not approved by the Senate!

Edited by Byker28i on Sunday 18th November 19:04

TTmonkey

14,844 posts

191 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Trump called the fire ravaged town the name of ‘Pleasure’. Seriously, is he losing his fekin mind? pleasure...? The president of the country doesn’t know the name of the town where a thousand people are missing...? This is rediculous.

He must have a mental issue.


And to compare the forests of Finland where they don’t have devastating fires caused by months and months of dry weather to be similar to California forests but careful management sees the fires prevented is he really THAT stupid an utter fkin mouth breathing moron of the highest fekwit level? Every time he opens his mouth he offends and seems to get more and more utterly cretinous.

I can’t beleive how this president makes the likes of George W Bush look positively statesmanly and educated.

He’s getting dangerously stupid.

Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Just to point out, unlike Whitaker, Mueller has previously been confirmed by the Senate to the following positions:
• FBI Director (Senate unanimously extended 10y term by 2y in 2011)
• Deputy Atty General
• Assistant Atty General (Criminal Div.)
• US Atty (Mass.)
• US Atty (N. California

Byker28i

18,626 posts

161 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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TTmonkey said:
Trump called the fire ravaged town the name of ‘Pleasure’. Seriously, is he losing his fekin mind? pleasure...? The president of the country doesn’t know the name of the town where a thousand people are missing...? This is rediculous.

He must have a mental issue.


And to compare the forests of Finland where they don’t have devastating fires caused by months and months of dry weather to be similar to California forests but careful management sees the fires prevented is he really THAT stupid an utter fkin mouth breathing moron of the highest fekwit level? Every time he opens his mouth he offends and seems to get more and more utterly cretinous.

I can’t beleive how this president makes the likes of George W Bush look positively statesmanly and educated.

He’s getting dangerously stupid.
Finlands had bad fires this year, and you can't compare an article climate with a temperate one, unless you're trump.


paulguitar

3,180 posts

57 months

Sunday 18th November 2018
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Byker28i said:
Just after the president talked about the need for "decorum" in the White House, he calls a member of Congress "Adam Schitt

Donald J. Trump
Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
1h
So funny to see little Adam Schitt (D-CA) talking about the fact that Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker was not approved by the Senate, but not mentioning the fact that Bob Mueller (who is highly conflicted) was not approved by the Senate!

Edited by Byker28i on Sunday 18th November 19:04
The school kids of the future will struggle to believe any of this actually happened.




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