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Friday, May 12, 2017

The last Straw: Impeach the President

Two scoops of Ice Cream from the White House wait staff?
He's obviously insane. We can no longer stand for this... 

CNN calls on panel to discuss President Trump's ice cream consumption



19 comments:

rrb said...



the media has lost their shit to the point of beclowning themselves about every 5 minutes.

and they don't posses the level of self-awareness to realize it.

KD, President Trump winning for the Heartland said...

It is over the top craziness that makes them so fun to watch.


Meanwhile Trump gets a great deal From China, we get to sell US BEEF to them. We get to do sales (credit card) data and POS transactions, big boom for MasterCard and Visa. We Get to sell more liquefied natural gas to them.

They get to sell more chicken to the USA

opie said...

Donald Trump: We’re so busy that it’s just 'not possible' for my team to be accurate

So be it...Also provides cover for our esteemed host and his die hard support and fabrications. Be proud and loyal. LOL

KD, Not tired of winning , nope keep going said...

Hi Opie, did you see that Trump's Economy has first time claims down to a 28 year low, lower then during those Lost Years you brag on.

About the Clinton's everything they touch turns to shit, now they have claimed an FBI Director.

KD, Loving it, Liberals chase ever rabbit Trump sends out said...

I know how much Roger Krugman and JANE love Charles Krauthammer, so I am posting this, so they can love on him some more.

What does Krauthammer think of the Three Liberal Stooges.

“ Krauthammer said. “These people are hypocrites from the day of their birth. It’s in their DNA. That’s how they function. It was to be expected.”

Commonsense said...

Where's Roger's rant on ice cream equality?

KD, said...

The EU is under a cyber attack , I bet is was The Trump Directed Russians.

Finally, some evidence.

OH, Liberals you do know the FBI Investigation is not a criminal one.

James said...

heh heh heh

He was a joke before he became President.

He remains a joke afterward.

The Saturday Night Live Presidency.

This presidency will go down in history as a real knee slapper.

James said...

GET READY FOR SOME KNEE SLAPPERS---

White House Won’t Confirm or Deny Recording Devices

White House press secretary Sean Spicer deflected questions about a tweet by President Trump in which Trump said former FBI Director James Comey should hope there are no “tapes” of their conversations, Market Watch reports.

Asked if Trump recorded the conversations and if there are recording devices in the Oval Office or residence, Spicer said: “The president has nothing further to add on that.”
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Comey Not Worried About Any Tapes

A source close to James Comey tells CNN the former FBI Director is “not worried about any tapes” of conversations between him and President Trump, adding that “if there is a tape, there’s nothing he is worried about” that could be on it.

“Friday morning, Trump issued a thinly veiled threat to Comey, apparently suggesting there are possibly recorded conversations between the two men that could be leaked to counter the former FBI director if necessary.”
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Comey ‘Taken Aback’ When Trump Asked for Loyalty

A source close to James Comey tells CNN that the former FBI Director was “taken aback” by President Trump’s request for a personal assurance or pledge of loyalty at a dinner shortly after he took office.

“Comey refused to do so, saying he could not provide such a pledge — those who work at the FBI pledge their loyalty to the US Constitution, not to any individual person — but he promised to always be honest with the President.”

One new detail: “The late January dinner was arranged at Trump’s request.”

James said...
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James said...

The Rise of a Despot

John Cassidy: “It is often said that the U.S. Presidency is a relatively weak office—but that is a contingent statement. To prevent the President from gaining too much power, or abusing that power, the Founding Fathers divided authority among the different branches of government, and established some fundamental governing principles. These are the fabled checks and balances, arranged, as James Bryce, the British jurist, noted in his venerable 1888 tome, ‘The American Commonwealth,’ to ‘restrain any one department from tyranny.'”

“But the checks and balances only work if each of Bryce’s departments agrees to play its allotted role. A President enabled by a spineless and supine Congress that fails to exercise its oversight powers isn’t a weak executive at all: he is a potential despot. Using his authority to hire and fire federal officials, he can rapidly remake the government to his own design, appointing loyalists to key positions, eliminating potential threats, and undermining alternative repositories of power.”

“Authoritarian leaders in foreign countries seize and maintain power this way. And, despite his bungling start, this is the project that Donald Trump appears to have embarked upon.”
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And it's getting to be time to tell him YOU'RE FIRED!

James said...

Dinner with this President.

Were recording devices in the silverware?

James said...

At politicalwire.com:

Trump Mulls Shake Up of Communications Staff
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LACKEYS MAY APPLY.

James said...

“How does it all end? Not well for Trump. I’m not too good at the tea leaves, I don’t think anybody is. I just can’t believe that there isn’t something there on the Russia matter, with Trump doing all that he’s doing. He’s throwing every signal out that he’s got a problem, and he’s trying to make it go away. So that’s why I say I can’t imagine it ending real well for him.”
— Former Nixon White House counsel John Dean, in an interview with New York Magazine.

Loretta Russo said...

"Where's Roger's rant on ice cream equality?"

Buried under the pedophile's spam.

James said...

Working for Trump Makes You ‘a Liar or a Fool’

President Trump “has never shown any reluctance to sacrifice a surrogate to serve a short-term political need, so he apparently did not think twice this week about exposing a series of staff members to ridicule as he repeatedly shifted his explanation for firing James Comey, the F.B.I. director,” the New York Times reports.

“But his career-long habit of viewing his public protectors as somewhat disposable, on vivid display after Mr. Comey’s sudden ouster, has not exactly been an incentive to step into the firing line on his behalf.”

Noted former Obama adviser David Axelrod: “You wind up looking like a liar or a fool, neither of which is particularly attractive.”

James said...

Trump Has History of Secretly Recording Calls

“Throughout Donald Trump’s business career, some executives who came to work for him were taken aside by colleagues and warned to assume that their discussions with the boss were being recorded,” the Washington Post reports.

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo.

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the pedo