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Trump Is Not a Legitimate President

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Trump should consider owning a team in Vince McMahon's latest incarnation of the XFL. Of course, Trump ruined the USFL by stupidly trying to go head to head with the NFL in the fall.

He's also ruining the country.

On second thought, maybe Vince shouldn't say anything to Trump about a potential team ownership.

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6 minutes ago, jakeem said:

Trump should consider owning a team in Vince McMahon's latest incarnation of the XFL. Of course, Trump ruined the USFL by stupidly trying to go head to head with the NFL in the fall.

He's also ruining the country.

On second thought, maybe Vince shouldn't say anything to Trump about a potential team ownership.

drumpf has been a failure at everything that he is ever done in his life except for the reality TV show, which was scripted and directed by people who knew what they were doing on TV.

drumpf has refused to take the advice of all of the people who have surrounded him in the White House. That's one of the reasons why there's been such a high turnover.

Without someone else running the show, he's doomed to failure because he doesn't understand reality, empathy, or, the most important  thing of all if you're in the Oval Office, The US Constitution.

#SAVE US

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28 minutes ago, jakeem said:

Trump should consider owning a team in Vince McMahon's latest incarnation of the XFL. Of course, Trump ruined the USFL by stupidly trying to go head to head with the NFL in the fall.

He's also ruining the country.

On second thought, maybe Vince shouldn't say anything to Trump about a potential team ownership.

That's a good idea if you want the team to go into bankruptcy. :lol: 

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22 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

drumpf has been a failure at everything that he is ever done in his life except for the reality TV show, which was scripted and directed by people who knew what they were doing on TV.

drumpf has refused to take the advice of all of the people who have surrounded him in the White House. That's one of the reasons why there's been such a high turnover.

Without someone else running the show, he's doomed to failure because he doesn't understand reality, empathy, or, the most important  thing of all if you're in the Oval Office, The US Constitution.

#SAVE US

"I find your lack of faith disturbing." -darth vader

 

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Apparently Trump had to be counselled to cancel plans to play golf this weekend.  Aides had to point out the optics of playing golf just down the road from where 17 children had just been massacred.  They attribute his subsequent boredom to the many crazy tweets that he then unleashed.

Trump was also seen approaching Mar-o-Lago guests and asking "do you think I should do anything about gun control?"  A clueless wonder.

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23 hours ago, jakeem said:

Keith Boykin Retweeted Donald J. Trump

What kind of "leader" spends his entire presidency tweeting attacks against his predecessor and his former political rival? Only a weak, insecure, and petty person desperate for validation would do this. Shame on America for allowing you anywhere near 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

 

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the great indomitable man continues...

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Just watched a very insecure Oprah Winfrey, who at one point I knew very well, interview a panel of people on 60 Minutes. The questions were biased and slanted, the facts incorrect. Hope Oprah runs so she can be exposed and defeated just like all of the others!

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From the WP ..

Right Turn • Opinion
 

Trump, panicking, reveals the depths of his awfulness

 
 
 
 
By Jennifer Rubin February 19 at 10:00 AM Email the author
The president hides behind the bodies of the Florida shooting victims.

By Jennifer Rubin  •

Apparently set off by a sweeping indictment of 13 Russians and plea deal with one American, which revealed the extent of the Russian conspiracy to manipulate the election President Trump spent the week in a frenzy, blaming the FBI and Democrats for the shooting in Parkland, Fla., and suggesting that if the authorities lay off investigating him, then more children won’t die.

 

It was a new low, hiding behind the bodies of dead children and teachers to shield himself from accountability.

He blamed Democrats for not passing gun control when it was Republicans who torpedoed a compromise bill after the Sandy Hook massacre. David Hogg, a 17-year-old survivor of the massacre at his high school, spoke for many when he responded on “Face the Nation”: “President Trump, you control the House of Representatives. You control the Senate and you control the executive. You haven’t taken a single bill for mental health care or gun control and passed it. And that’s pathetic. … Are you kidding me. You think now is the time to focus on the past and not the future to prevent the death of thousands of other children. You sicken me.” I suspect a significant majority of Americans would agree with that sentiment.

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yes, but is this truly moral outrage at the parkland mayhem or simply a new issue to go after trump on?

I suppose if an isis follower who went on a murder rampage was wearing a hillary I'm with her button it would be just completely honed in on by the msm. the democrat sore loser crybabies know they cannot last even to this november let alone to november 2020 so their desperation means they gotta instigate impeachment now before their cookies crumble any further.

green/waters 2020

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29 minutes ago, NipkowDisc said:

yes, but is this truly moral outrage at the parkland mayhem or simply a new issue to go after trump on?

Trump brings all this upon himself.  Doan you get that yet or are you just blinded by all that fake glitter?

He used those dead kids to push his own personal beef about the Russian investigation.  He is the most disgusting human being on the planet.

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5 hours ago, Bogie56 said:

Trump brings all this upon himself.  Doan you get that yet or are you just blinded by all that fake glitter?

He used those dead kids to push his own personal beef about the Russian investigation.  He is the most disgusting human being on the planet.

my point is that the msm fixation on bringing him down by russian collusion is a distraction from more important matters and not his fault...

so is adam schiff and a slew of other hateful democrats really more consumed by the parkland mayhem than him?...

or is it a fake crocodile tears sorta outrage to push their failed gun control issue.

and trump's political? HA!

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9 hours ago, jakeem said:

On this Presidents Day we think of men like James Buchanan, Warren Harding and Richard Nixon and think how low the bar was set to be the worst president. And then we think how far beneath it Donald Trump has gotten in only a year. He is the worst of the worst. It's not close.

Just think how much  lower drumpf could go in three more years. His only competition is himself. LMREO

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19 minutes ago, NipkowDisc said:

my point is that the msm fixation on bringing him down by russian collusion is a distraction from more important matters and not his fault...

But Trump is the major cause of this distraction.     If right from the start he had said that it is necessary to determine what the Russians had been doing leading up to the 2016 election,  and that he was 100% behind finding out,   the MSM wouldn't be so focused on this story.   

Instead Trump said there was nothing there even after briefings from the FBI and others.   His denial of reality is what made this a major story since it gave the appearance he was covering up for himself and \ or others in his inner circle.      

Note this is similar to him not releasing his tax returns;   Trump supporters are correct that the MSM is on a mission to see those tax returns,  but they wouldn't be if Trump had just released them like he said he was going to do.

 

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From the WP ..

* REPUBLICANS SPEND BIG AT TRUMP PROPERTIES: The Post reports that the Republican National Committee spent $271,000 at Trump’s private businesses in February. And this is part of a broad pattern:

Since his election, Trump’s private properties have attracted steady business from the RNC, party committees, congressional campaigns and outside groups, which spend anywhere from about $300 to over $160,000 per event, an analysis by The Washington Post shows. Dozens of Republican lawmakers and candidates have spent campaign or PAC money at the president’s properties since his election, The Post found.

It’s worth noting that in so doing, Republicans are rewarding Trump for his refusal to divest from his businesses as president.

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1 hour ago, Bogie56 said:

From the WP ..

* REPUBLICANS SPEND BIG AT TRUMP PROPERTIES: The Post reports that the Republican National Committee spent $271,000 at Trump’s private businesses in February. And this is part of a broad pattern:

Since his election, Trump’s private properties have attracted steady business from the RNC, party committees, congressional campaigns and outside groups, which spend anywhere from about $300 to over $160,000 per event, an analysis by The Washington Post shows. Dozens of Republican lawmakers and candidates have spent campaign or PAC money at the president’s properties since his election, The Post found.

It’s worth noting that in so doing, Republicans are rewarding Trump for his refusal to divest from his businesses as president.

is that impeachable? refusal of a president to put himself in the poorhouse just to please a closet liberal msm?

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33 minutes ago, NipkowDisc said:

is that impeachable? refusal of a president to put himself in the poorhouse just to please a closet liberal msm?

:D

I forgot.  If you are GOP it is incumbent upon you to fleece your public out of millions but if you are a liberal, woe is me if you dare to buy a counter top for your kitchen.

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5 hours ago, jakeem said:

You heard of the selling of the presidency--

Well,  this is the stealing of the presidency....

 

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4 hours ago, jakeem said:

There are lots of details and surprises to come, but the endgame of this Presidency seems as clear now as those of Iraq and the financial crisis did months before they unfolded.

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/michael-cohen-and-the-end-stage-of-the-trump-presidency?mbid=social_twitter

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" Who ya gonna call? "

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