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  #1782883 16-May-2017 04:03
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I wish they'd dig up Nixon and stick him back in the White house.


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  #1782962 16-May-2017 09:36
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This so-called President never stops... Now it's known he leaked classified information to Russian Ambassador.

 

While as President he can declassify information, this specific item was sourced from allies, who did not give authorisation to disclose to other parties. Also it jeopardises the intelligence collection.

 

What a duffus.





 
 
 
 


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  #1782965 16-May-2017 09:44
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freitasm:

 

This so-called President never stops... Now it's known he leaked classified information to Russian Ambassador.

 

While as President he can declassify information, this specific item was sourced from allies, who did not give authorisation to disclose to other parties. Also it jeopardises the intelligence collection.

 

What a duffus.

 

 

The Republicans need to stop this partisan BS and get this guy removed ASAP. 


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  #1783005 16-May-2017 10:58
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freitasm:

 

This so-called President never stops... Now it's known he leaked classified information to Russian Ambassador.

 

While as President he can declassify information, this specific item was sourced from allies, who did not give authorisation to disclose to other parties. Also it jeopardises the intelligence collection.

 

What a duffus.

 

 

The Russians would describe Trump as "a useful idiot".

 





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  #1783028 16-May-2017 11:31
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dclegg:

 

freitasm:

 

This so-called President never stops... Now it's known he leaked classified information to Russian Ambassador.

 

While as President he can declassify information, this specific item was sourced from allies, who did not give authorisation to disclose to other parties. Also it jeopardises the intelligence collection.

 

What a duffus.

 

 

The Republicans need to stop this partisan BS and get this guy removed ASAP. 

 

 

Yeah but will they? My gut feeling is he's going for 8 years.





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  #1783038 16-May-2017 11:43
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dclegg:

 

freitasm:

 

This so-called President never stops... Now it's known he leaked classified information to Russian Ambassador.

 

While as President he can declassify information, this specific item was sourced from allies, who did not give authorisation to disclose to other parties. Also it jeopardises the intelligence collection.

 

What a duffus.

 

 

The Republicans need to stop this partisan BS and get this guy removed ASAP. 

 

 

Problem is that VP Pence is just as bad.  The movie and the  new TV series  "The Handmaids Tale" could be a result of him becoming president. 

 

The Handmaids Tale





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  #1783040 16-May-2017 11:50
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joker97:

 

Yeah but will they? My gut feeling is he's going for 8 years.

 

 

Would you be interested in a small wager? My bet is that he won't last out his first term. At the rate he is going, there is a reasonable prospect that democrats will regain a congressional majority. Even if they don't, republicans will become increasingly fed up. There is not yet a groundswell for impeachment, but that can change fast. This is not a president who learns from his mistakes.

 

 





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  #1783044 16-May-2017 12:13
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Rikkitic:

joker97:

 

Yeah but will they? My gut feeling is he's going for 8 years.

 

 

Would you be interested in a small wager? My bet is that he won't last out his first term. At the rate he is going, there is a reasonable prospect that democrats will regain a congressional majority. Even if they don't, republicans will become increasingly fed up. There is not yet a groundswell for impeachment, but that can change fast. This is not a president who learns from his mistakes.

 

 

 

 

Haha he could have been sacked from the start for his disgusting comments, so he's too big a liability to wager on. This is a jailable offence (treason). Even more liability to wager on.

 

 

But the question is - what do America want to do about him?




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  #1783053 16-May-2017 12:25
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Logic tells us this guy should be gone, politics has never been introduced to logic.





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  #1783056 16-May-2017 12:36
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Rikkitic:

 

joker97:

 

Yeah but will they? My gut feeling is he's going for 8 years.

 

 

Would you be interested in a small wager? My bet is that he won't last out his first term. At the rate he is going, there is a reasonable prospect that democrats will regain a congressional majority. Even if they don't, republicans will become increasingly fed up. There is not yet a groundswell for impeachment, but that can change fast. This is not a president who learns from his mistakes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

No, this is a president who has never in his life had to take responsibility for anything. He has always been able to bully others.

 

He is probably about to learn he is only the President, not God, and he can and will be made liable/responsible for his actions.

 

Even then, I believe he will be unable to comprehend it and will seek to blame someone else.

 

Just watch out for the conspiracy to start (he may even start it himself with a tweet).


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  #1783057 16-May-2017 12:39
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BREAKING NEWS!

 

Edward Snowden found to have had plastic surgery, and hiding out in the USA under an assumed name.

 


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  #1783107 16-May-2017 13:50
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and ...

 





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  #1783186 16-May-2017 15:21
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sir1963:

 

Rikkitic:

 

joker97:

 

Yeah but will they? My gut feeling is he's going for 8 years.

 

 

Would you be interested in a small wager? My bet is that he won't last out his first term. At the rate he is going, there is a reasonable prospect that democrats will regain a congressional majority. Even if they don't, republicans will become increasingly fed up. There is not yet a groundswell for impeachment, but that can change fast. This is not a president who learns from his mistakes. 

 

 

No, this is a president who has never in his life had to take responsibility for anything. He has always been able to bully others.

 

He is probably about to learn he is only the President, not God, and he can and will be made liable/responsible for his actions.

 

Even then, I believe he will be unable to comprehend it and will seek to blame someone else.

 

Just watch out for the conspiracy to start (he may even start it himself with a tweet).

 

 

He's in for the duration. Impeachment can't happen without a lot of Republican support, and they are too interested in protecting the party (and their own jobs).

 

And no matter what he does, his core supporters love him.

 

The best anyone can hope for is a Democratic victory in 2020, and if we are lucky the Democrats might also control the house and senate at that time. This would pave the way for a Democratic President who can actually get stuff done without being blocked at every turn like Obama was. They also need a young, dynamic, and relatable candidate (this is probably where they will have trouble).


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  #1783213 16-May-2017 15:35
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Paul1977:

 

sir1963:

 

Rikkitic:

 

joker97:

 

Yeah but will they? My gut feeling is he's going for 8 years.

 

 

Would you be interested in a small wager? My bet is that he won't last out his first term. At the rate he is going, there is a reasonable prospect that democrats will regain a congressional majority. Even if they don't, republicans will become increasingly fed up. There is not yet a groundswell for impeachment, but that can change fast. This is not a president who learns from his mistakes. 

 

 

No, this is a president who has never in his life had to take responsibility for anything. He has always been able to bully others.

 

He is probably about to learn he is only the President, not God, and he can and will be made liable/responsible for his actions.

 

Even then, I believe he will be unable to comprehend it and will seek to blame someone else.

 

Just watch out for the conspiracy to start (he may even start it himself with a tweet).

 

 

He's in for the duration. Impeachment can't happen without a lot of Republican support, and they are too interested in protecting the party (and their own jobs).

 

And no matter what he does, his core supporters love him.

 

The best anyone can hope for is a Democratic victory in 2020, and if we are lucky the Democrats might also control the house and senate at that time. This would pave the way for a Democratic President who can actually get stuff done without being blocked at every turn like Obama was. They also need a young, dynamic, and relatable candidate (this is probably where they will have trouble).

 

 

 

 

I am betting on the mid terms next year will change things.

 

Healthcare will see millions loose coverage, they will be pi$$ed off voters

 

None of the promised jobs will have been created

 

The wall won't be built (or even started)

 

Sure there will be some illegal immigrants sent back, but employers will be wondering who will be doing those jobs

 

Wages will stagnate

 

And Trump will be Trump, making things worse for himself

 

Lots of staff will resign from the whitehouse because they can no longer cope with Trump

 

 


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