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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Isn't that his job?

So the Russian Ambassador discussed policies important to Russia with a U.S. Senator...

120 comments:

concerned for my country, James said...

Why did that Senator lie about what was discussed?

Loretta said...

No pedophilia to swoon over yet today Pastor James Boswell?

good old gentle decent democracy minded James said...

Why did he lie? Why do you?

Loretta said...

Can't find any pedophilia to swoon over today Pastor James Boswell?

Commonsense said...

I find it fascinating that the people who are trying to portray Russians as evil and duplicitous.

Are the very same people who are all too ready to believe them if they say anything negative about Trump, Sessions, or any other Republican.

The irony!!!

opie said...

It is even more fascinating that the sycophants all think the AG lying about his contacts is just fine. And it is alway a pleasure to see our loretta stuck in the same james rut and cuntinues to act like a fool she is. MMFAO at her again

ho are trying to portray Russians as evil and duplicitous.


Trying, menstral??? They are evil and if you think otherwise, suggest moscow is a nice place to live.

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Fatty

Loretta said...

"The irony!!!"

Like Rat said...

It's just a matter of time before liberals start rounding up Americans of Russian descent and putting them in internment camps.

Liberals have a propensity for that sort of thing.

opie said...

Loretta the gut eater said...
You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

So asswipe,

rounding up Americans of Russian descent

I'm second generation russian who lived through mccarthy's reign of terror. Ain't gonna happen and you are frggin dumber than rathole to think it. But. smart is something no one would use to describe a flat chested worthless squaw like you.

Loretta said...

I'd make an exception for you.

BTW...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Commie.

opie said...

Loretta said...
I'd make an exception for you.

BTW...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Commie.

Gut eating flat chested injun squaw....who gives a flying fuck to what think. Cue another forgetful loretta comment. Idiot. Go fellate the cusultant, he seems stressed today.

Loretta said...

Short fat commie obviously cares.

opie said...

Loretta said...
Short fat commie obviously cares.

And you continue to be a dumbass squaw cunt with the intellect of an amoeba.....

PNC said...

"Isn't it his job?"

What part of his job description calls for lying about it under oath, not once but twice?

Only in the Trump administration is the Attorney General is a serial perjurer.

At least Holder and Lynch were sneaky when it came to concealing and misrepresenting the truth. Sessions? That leftist hack don't even give a fuck about the truth.

Commonsense said...

They are evil and if you think otherwise, suggest moscow is a nice place to live.

Got a double-wide there too sport?

Is your pension paid in rubles?

Inquiring minds would like to know.

Commonsense said...

AG lying about his contacts is just fine.

To believe the AG is lying you would have to believe:

1. The Russian is telling the truth without exaggeration.

2. The opinion of the leaker who just committed a felony by leaking classified wire intercepts.

PNC said...

To believe Sessions is lying you just have to look at the track record of this administration and everyone associated with it and draw the reasonable conclusion.

If they swear something didn't happen, you can bet your retirement fund that it DID happen, and that Russian hookers were involved somehow.

opie said...


1. The Russian is telling the truth without exaggeration.

Someone has tapes of the conversation. The fact remains sessions conveniently forgot to disclose the conversation. That is the lie and who cares what the subject was. He lied about not talking to the russian. The leak in YOUR opinion was illegal, I'll wait for someone who is not an idiot like you to opine on the legality of disclosing the intercept.

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Commie

PNC said...

With Senator Burr (a Republican) admitting that Nunes invented the whole "unmasking" nonscandal to take the spotlight off of the Russian interference that is supposed to be the focus of his committee's investigation, that makes at least twice now that Nunes has acted improperly with respect to this investigation.

His "refusal" (which he never fully observed) is no longer enough. He needs to be off the House Intelligence Committee entirely.

opie said...

Is your pension paid in rubles? I

Fully funded pension plans by Northrop Grumman and ITT.....And your only plan is paid for by Social Security am entitlement you think should be eliminated. Not too bright there menstral..

opie said...

Loretta said...
You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL




Stupid ass flat chested squaw cunt idiot gut eater idiot. Go the fuck back under the rock you came from...

C.H. Truth said...

I never had meetings with Russian operatives or Russian intermediaries about the Trump campaign.

Consider this statement under the consideration that Sessions was NOT actually ever part of the Trump campaign.

Unless the Russians were able to predict the future, they would not know he would BECOME attorney General

I never met with or had any conversation with any Russians or foreign officials concerning any type of interference with any campaign or election in the United States.

What part of that would be a lie?

Loretta said...

You forgot LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Commie

Indy Voter said...

Bigger problem here is why Sessions omitted his meetings with Kislyak from his vetting documents.

And why did Kushner, Flynn, and others also omit their involvement with Russians?

And why did Trump Jr., Manafort, and Kushner meet with a Russian agent who promised dirt on Clinton and told them Russia was working for a Trump victory?

Trump - more corrupt than Harding, a bigger threat to the constitution than Nixon, and less competent than Buchanan. And we're only 1/8 of the way through his term.

Roger Amick said...

ASPEN, Colorado — Daniel Coats, the director of national intelligence, said Friday there is no dissent inside U.S. intelligence agencies about the conclusion that Russia used hacking and fake news to interfere in the 2016 presidential election — despite comments by his boss, President Donald Trump, that have seemed to cast some doubt about the unanimity.

In an interview with NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt at the Aspen Security Forum, Coats said that the reason only four of 17 intelligence agencies signed onto the January assessment describing the Russian effort is that the other agencies were not involved in gathering and analyzing the intelligence.


Intelligence Chief Coats: Anybody Shocked Russia Is Meddling in Politics?
On July 5, Trump suggested that there had been a misunderstanding of the extent to which the assessment was endorsed by the entire American spy apparatus.

“Let me just start off by saying I heard it was 17 agencies,” Trump said when asked about the intelligence assessment. “I said, ‘Boy, that’s a lot.’ Do we even have that many intelligence agencies, right? Let’s check it. And we did some very heavy research. It turned out to be three or four — it wasn’t 17 — and many of your compatriots had to change their reporting, and they had to apologize, and they had to correct.”

The "three or four" agencies referred to by Trump are the CIA, the FBI, the National Security Agency and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, all of which were named in a January public report assessing with “high confidence” that Russia interfered in the election.

Other intelligence agencies, such as the U.S. Coast Guard’s, were not involved, Coats said. But, he added, there was no disagreement inside the intelligence community.

Coats said he had no doubt that the Russians “are trying to undermine Western democracy.”

"I think they caught us a little bit behind the curve,” he said. “They caught us a little bit asleep in terms of the capabilities that they could do."

Drop drop drop

Roger Amick said...

Even more more lies and lies and buried until now.NOT FAKE NEWS

Jared Kushner failed to disclose dozens of financial holdings that he was required to declare when he joined the White House as an adviser to President Trump, his father-in-law, according to a revised form released Friday.

A separate document released Friday also showed that Kushner’s wife, presidential daughter Ivanka Trump, had been paid as much as $5 million from her outside businesses over an 84-day span this spring around the time she entered the White House as a senior adviser and pledged to distance herself from her private holdings.

Kushner’s new disclosure, released by the White House, detailed more than 70 assets that his attorneys said he had inadvertently left out of earlier filings. The new document comes as the presidential aide faces increasing scrutiny as part of investigations into alleged Russian influence in the 2016 campaign.


In recent months, Kushner also has updated a national security questionnaire in which he had failed to disclose more than 100 calls or meetings with representatives from foreign countries — and he is scheduled to appear Monday at a closed-door meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The new filing reveals Kushner’s past and current investments in an array of entities, including a real estate trading platform now valued at $800 million in which he continues to hold a large stake. He and his wife also disclosed that their contemporary art collection is valued at between $5 million and $25 million.

Kushner’s financial disclosure has been updated 39 times since his first filing in March.

Frequent revisions are not unusual for appointees with many holdings.

Their attorney, Jamie Gorelick, said in a statement that Kushner and Ivanka Trump “followed each of the required steps in their transition from private citizens to federal officials.”

“The Office of Government Ethics has certified Jared’s financial disclosure, reflecting its determination that his approach complies with federal ethics laws,” Gorelick said. She added that Ivanka Trump’s financial disclosure, which was filed in June, is still being reviewed by the agency.

The filings underscore the enormous wealth of the young couple, who stepped down from day-to-day management of their companies before assuming their public posts.

Kushner resigned from 266 corporate positions, and Trump stepped down from 292 positions, the documents show.


But they still control assets worth at least $139 million, along with another $66 million, at minimum, of assets that are tied to Trump’s stakes in her fashion brand, the Trump hotel in Washington and other real estate projects, according to the filings.

Roger Amick said...

This is completely off-topic but I just had to do it . For my little racist radical nutcase rrb I have a gift for him . He has done nothing but wish ill will on me and it has not been fulfilled . This is nice Sunday thank you see you tomorrow morning if you get this and let him swallow his shit or whatever .

"I had one of those days you always want at a medical appointment. The liver transplant is completely successful there is no problem at all. I don't need to have to have every Thursday appointments. I have a kidney function issue but it is treatable . They are making adjustment on the medications. I have an appointment with the kidney specialist on August 1 . Another one with my bad back, they also referred me to Kaiser Permanente a lot closer to home . The victory was I did not need a wheelchair. The walker took a lot out of me but I did it. I am tired and sore but the exercise is good for me and that's where it works . But the bottom line is I'm advancing very well I can't believe this is just fantastic . I have a big smile on my face, so does as my lovely wife, Lydia. Does not push me on the wheelchair. A great day UCLA."

Most people who get a transplant spend one month in the hospital . 2 1/2 weeks in the hospital And 1.5 weeks in rehab. I am at home taking care of myself and follow all directions taking the medicines exercising and getting better daily . I have a second chance at life and I'm not going to let it go.

Roger Amick said...

I have a simple question for the host and the others.

In six months of the President's term, other than appointing a conservative Supreme Court what has he done?

On Saturday morning at 3:30 AM he started the series of 11 tweets. Angry accusations of fake news and all the usual stuff. He's trying to figure out a way to fire the special prosecutor. He's trying to find a way to stop all of the investigations into the Russian influence on the election. The Intelligent services I posted show that they had influence on the election and were very successful. If he pardons his family and staff that is in the mission of a commission of a federal crime. And newspapers it came out today or yesterday said sitting president can be indicted for federal crimes.

Repeal and replace Obamacare dead.
Tax reform nowhere.
Infrastructure nowhere.
ISIS is in full retreat this is a continuation of that strategy initiated by President Obama. This is successful, I am very happy about that but he is not the only one responsible.
The economy is improving about the same level that it was when Obama left office.
It is not the fake news is that's stopping him from being successful he is doing it to himself. Two examples
One: his legal staff told him to stay quiet and don't talk to anybody instead he held very confused if you read it a very confused interview you in the New York Times.
Two: his tweets are unliked by 65% of the people but he continues to do them impulsively.

His staff was surprised to put it mildly, to have the interview with the New York Times.

This is pure speculation. This is a serious question is he mentally competent?

There are Republican's that implied they were questioning his mental capacity.

One last question. Will he even complete his first full term?

Roger Amick said...

"Trump - more corrupt than Harding, a bigger threat to the constitution than Nixon, and less competent than Buchanan. And we're only 1/8 of the way through his term."

Exactly. At least I don't think we're gonna end up in the Civil War. But with North Korea or somewhere in the Middle East that's very frightening.

A majority of Americans think he is going to lead us in a major war.

The President stands accused, now with a mounting of evidence, of conspiring with a hostile foreign power to win the Presidency. He has now made clear that he will not permit any investigation of those accusations.

Josh Marshall

If he was totally innocent of concurrence with the Russians, problem at all.

It's very obvious why Vladimir Putin wanted Donald Trump as president rather than Hillary Clinton.

Loretta said...

Spam by the drunkard.

Loretta said...

"Coats said he had no doubt that the Russians “are trying to undermine Western democracy."

Done deal, facilitated by liberals.

Congratulations liberals, Putin appreciates your support and obvious stupidity.

Commonsense said...

HOW THE DEMOCRATS FELL FOR TRUMP’S TRAP
In politics, it is terrible for a party to be defined by what it stands against rather than what is stands for.


Tim Ryan, the outspoken representative from Ohio, frequently espouses this message as well. To be successful, Democrats need to return to core pocketbook issues: how to create middle class jobs, how to spur economic development, how to help the nation’s 2 million small businesses.

But Ryan’s outcry is otherwise in danger of being lost amid the daily, if not hourly, verbal warfare that dominates cable news and social media, and thus permeates national organizations’ calls to arms. Without a more specific, focused economic message, the Democratic Party will run the risk of becoming a blue-water party, confined to the coasts and largely irrelevant to broad swaths of the country.


Believe it or not, every day the Democrats are pushing "resistance" to Donald Trump and "Russia, Russia, Russia", is a day they are not reinventing themselves to address real issues that concern middle America and that is a win for Trump and the Republicans.

Roger Amick said...

Shut the f****** Alzheimer's b**** you're worthless always have been never will be better. Now shut the f******

5 years 1 month and 29 days. Look it up. The odds of somebody my age staying off that long or small I'm off I'm in good health I'm recovering no matter how bad you want me dead shut the f****** b****

Loretta said...

LOL.

Drunken spamming drama queen.

Roger Amick said...

Mensa your post agrees with me. I have not said anything about how the Democrats are going to handle it I think they got a lot of problems.

But it is a total failure as president and there's no doubt he hasn't done anything and you know it what is he done other than get an appointment to the Supreme Court nothing nothing at all and you know it is pretty f****** obvious.

I'm not buying that as a strategy that's total BS because he is an impulsive nutcase that's the true issue and you know it you're not stupid or that you claim to be smart.

You can think for yourself had to find a paste.

But really, an intentional strategy give me a f****** break.

Increasing numbers of Republicans are distancing himself from Donald Trump. They understand the fact that he is not capable of doing the job. What has he done other than win a supreme court appointment? Is that enough too.tweet 11 times starting at 3:30 a.m. do you think that is rational normal behavior? Do you? Seriously? If so you're as bad as he is and you want to be taken seriously. Why should we.? I ask a serious question and you went to a copy paste because you didn't have the ability to think it out.

Roger Amick said...

Miss Alzheimer's you can't stop being an idiot. Insults of all you have, because you have never ever ever written a comprehensive response that makes sense ever and all these years.

Indy nailed it. And your responses drunk drunk drunk drunk drunk. How much did you drink today?

Roger Amick said...

Putin wanted Trump because he knows he can manipulate the stupid idiot. His lack of experience on everything made him vulnerable and it is getting even worse. More reports come out they and how much Trump got beaten up by Puty Pute.

Commonsense said...

THE WASHINGTON POST SWINGS AND MISSES AT JEFF SESSIONS

It stands to reason that Sessions might discuss Russia-related issues with the Russian ambassador. And Russia-related issues are also campaign-related issues in the sense that Russia was an issue in the campaign.

But what Sessions denied was that he discussed the campaign and any interference by Russia with it. The denial was important because, at the time Sessions made it, the issue Washington fixated on was whether Team Trump sought or knew about Russian help for the candidate, or coordinated with Russia regarding the campaign.

The Post’s piece, by Adam Entous, Ellen Nakashima, and Greg Miller, is dishonest. It finds a contradiction where none exists by glossing over the distinction between discussing a “campaign-related issue” — which is any substantive issue raised by any candidate during the campaign season — and discussing the campaign.


This is following an all too familiar pattern, a sensational expose by anonymous sources, follow by a couple of days of media hyperbole, only to find out there's no there, there. (Thank God for the internet.)

BTW the so call anonymous sources are not so anonymous. I'm pretty sure the "current US Official" is Intelligence committee co-chair Adam Schiff and the "formal US Official" is an Obama administration intelligence appointee.

Commonsense said...

Putin wanted Trump because he knows he can manipulate the stupid idiot.

Yeah, and how exactly is that working for Putin?

rrb said...

He has done nothing but wish ill will on me and it has not been fulfilled .
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alky,

i'm on the record around here as having zero fucks to give whether you live to be 100 or die at your keyboard in the next five minutes.

get that through your gin-soaked skull.

Roger Amick said...

Will work out let's see. The House of Representatives and the Senate will send a law to the president increasing sanctions on the Russians. If Donald Trump vetoes that law guess what? It worked and I think he will. Even if he does, you will support it.

Vladimir Putin will get what he paid for.

Roger Amick said...

"I had one of those days you always want at a medical appointment. The liver transplant is completely successful there is no problem at all. I don't need to have to have every Thursday appointments. I have a kidney function issue but it is treatable . They are making adjustment on the medications. I have an appointment with the kidney specialist on August 1 . Another one with my bad back, they also referred me to Kaiser Permanente a lot closer to home . The victory was I did not need a wheelchair. The walker took a lot out of me but I did it. I am tired and sore but the exercise is good for me and that's where it works . But the bottom line is I'm advancing very well I can't believe this is just fantastic . I have a big smile on my face, so does as my lovely wife, Lydia. Does not push me on the wheelchair. A great day UCLA."
Eat s*** and die a liar. You have to repeatedly wanted me to die. It's on the record look it up idiot.

This coming from the guy that wanted to leave dead bodies of Mexicans on the border to differ others. Men women and children racist son of a b****.

Roger Amick said...

The upcoming constitutional crisis.
This is what Donald Trump will bring us.

It will escalate dramatically when Trump fires Robert Mueller. Then the Congress will become the only failsafe in the way to extra-constitutional rule.

Dictatorship American Style Donald J Trump sieg heil.

Commonsense said...

But it is a total failure as president and there's no doubt he hasn't done anything and you know it what is he done other than get an appointment to the Supreme Court

Economic growth and especially new jobs are above expectations and rightly or wrongly Trump is going to get credit for it.

And if the economy continues to grow at this rate then there is really nothing the Democrats can do.

It's almost a political law that if the economy is doing well, the incumbent party will keep control of the government.

Commonsense said...

It will escalate dramatically when Trump fires Robert Mueller.

Right now Mueller is making the case for his firing himself with his fishing expedition into Trump's finances.

The American people have an intuitive sense of what a legitimate line of inquiry is.

And reviewing condo sales from 10 years ago is not it.

No, if Trump fire Mueller, there will be a lot of hyperbolic outrage in the anti-Trump media.

But media outrage does not equal constitutional crisis.

Commonsense said...

This coming from the guy that wanted to leave dead bodies of Mexicans on the border to differ others.

If they have MS-13 tattoos, I'm all for it.

rrb said...

Eat s*** and die a liar. You have to repeatedly wanted me to die. It's on the record look it up idiot.
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it's your claim, alky.

YOU look it up.

you seem desperate to occupy some level of significance to me. newsflash: you don't.

you drink your liver to total failure and now you anoint yourself as some sort of a hero for having gotten a transplant? grow the fuck up and know this alky - there is no person in the history of the known universe, living or dead, that means less to me than you do. no one.



rrb said...

Economic growth and especially new jobs are above expectations and rightly or wrongly Trump is going to get credit for it.

And if the economy continues to grow at this rate then there is really nothing the Democrats can do.
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It’s Thursday, July 20th. As of today, Donald Trump has been president for 6 months. The media coverage of the president is overwhelmingly negative: the press remains contemptuous, and they're pushing to get him out before he completes his first term.

Investors might think differently. The great success of the Trump presidency thus far, is not what he's done, but what he promises to do, namely, get the economy going again. Evidently, investors believe he might yet get it done.

Look at this: since his election win, the Trump rally has added $4.1 trillion to the nation's wealth. Anyone with a 401k, an IRA, college savings, retirement savings, mutual funds. Anyone with a dime in the market has taken a piece of that $4 trillion.

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/07/20/stuart-varney-trump-has-already-made-america-4-trillion-richer-with-just-six-months-in-office.html


Loretta said...

Stupid drunkard

Loretta said...

LOL

Loretta said...

Stupid drunkard

Loretta said...

"get that through your gin-soaked skull."

Stupid drunkard is just looking for attention.

KD HyperBolic loser for life said...

Oil is the life blood of all Modern Economies and President Trump knows it, that is why he is pro-Oil and Unions and they have/will continue to support him.

US oil Rig Count has hit new highs each month since President Trump was elected.

Alky, two points, you are wrong on.

1, Putin is getting his ass handed to him on every front by this President, your open pom pom skirt wearing for Putin is noted.

2, Rat and a lot of us don't care if you stop breathing or keep breathing, but for the love of God stop with the sympathy fishing, so you drunk, killed some of your organs and now you have others and your living, so what, you also are financial broken and stupid.


Mother Earth continues to make more oil and yet the pressing question from Jane the Faggot skirt wearing boy chaser is the following.


""James said...
Tell me exactly what I am, KD.


July 21, 2017 at 5:29 PM"


WTF is Jane talking about?????????????

KD, Dems new Strategy, "Jobs" omg funny, not free shit? said...

Stupid drunkard is just looking for attention. "

Him and Jane, Opie is just a funny fat man and a stupid uneducated troll.


US Leading Indicators surged forward in latest report.

US People happier then we have been in a very long time, Rassumusen Poll

The Lost Years are fading quickly, US is getting stronger again.

Roger Amick said...

Confusion:

HABERMAN: [In Paris], I don’t think I’ve seen you look like you were enjoying yourself that much since the convention, really.

TRUMP: I have had the best reviews on foreign land. So I go to Poland and make a speech. Enemies of mine in the media, enemies of mine are saying it was the greatest speech ever made on foreign soil by a president. I’m saying, man, they cover [garbled]. You saw the reviews I got on that speech. Poland was beautiful and wonderful, and the reception was incredible.

And then, went to France the following week, because it was the 100th year. [inaudible] The Paris Accord — I wasn’t going to get along with France for a little while, because people forget, because it is a very unfair agreement to us. "Incorrect" China doesn’t get [garbled] until 2030. Russia goes by to 1994 as a standard — a much, much lower standard. India has things that are [garbled]. I want to do the same thing as everyone else. We can’t do that? We can’t do that? That’s O.K. Let me get out. Frankly, the people that like me, love that I got out.

After that, it was fairly surprising. He [President Emmanuel Macron of France] called me and said, “I’d love to have you there and honor you in France,” having to do with Bastille Day. Plus, it’s the 100th year of the First World War. That’s big. And I said yes. I mean, I have a great relationship with him. He’s a great guy.

HABERMAN: He was very deferential to you. Very.

TRUMP: He’s a great guy. Smart. Strong. Loves holding my hand.

HABERMAN: I’ve noticed.

TRUMP: People don’t realize he loves holding my hand. And that’s good, as far as that goes.

He looked at Macron's wife, and wanted to grab her pussy.

In what world does he live in One dollar a year for health insurance?
Because you are basically saying from the moment the insurance, you’re 21 years old, you start working and you’re paying $12 a year for insurance, and by the time you’re 70, you get a nice plan. Here’s something where you walk up and say, “I want my insurance.” It’s a very tough deal, but it is something that we’re doing a good job of.


Loretta said...

Spam by the drunkard

Roger Amick said...

https://ieonline.microsoft.com/#ieslice

TRUMP: So anyway, in my opinion, he shared it so that I would think he had it out there.

SCHMIDT: As leverage?

TRUMP: Yeah, I think so. In retrospect. In retrospect. You know, when he wrote me the letter, he said, “You have every right to fire me,” blah blah blah. Right? He said, “You have every right to fire me.” I said, that’s a very strange — you know, over the years, I’ve hired a lot of people, I’ve fired a lot of people. Nobody has ever written me a letter back that you have every right to fire me.

[crosstalk]

BAKER: Do you think in hindsight, because of what’s happened since then——

TRUMP: Comey wrote a letter.

HABERMAN: Which letter?

SCHMIDT: To you? To the F.B.I. staff or to you?

TRUMP: I thought it was to me, right?

BAKER: I think he wrote it to the staff, saying——

TRUMP: It might have been——

BAKER: That “the president has every right to fire me.”

TRUMP: It might have been. It was just a very strange letter to say that.

BAKER: But do you think in hindsight, given that——

TRUMP: What was the purpose in repeating that?

BAKER: Do you think what’s given that——

TRUMP: Do you understand what I mean? Why would somebody say, “He has every right to fire me,” bah bah bah. Why wouldn’t you just say, “Hey, I’ve retired …”

[crosstalk]

TRUMP: It was very — a lot of people have commented that.

BAKER: Given what’s happened since then, though, was it a political mistake to have fired him, given what’s happened?

TRUMP: I think I did a great thing for the American people.

Seriously, look at the whole thing. He's ill informed, historically uneducated, I'm certain he would fail civics 101. Run on sentences, total nonsense,irresponsible

wphamilton said...

The FBI told Sessions not to report meetings and conversations that were within the scope of his Senate duties. That's plausible enough, there is nothing there about his failure to disclose and that line of attack goes nowhere.

However, if it is true that he discussed the campaign and policy of the potential Trump administration, that's another story and he would not have remained within the scope of his Senate duties. It's not just bad optics - it is plausible that Session's meetings were part of a deliberate and coordinated negotiation.

Loretta said...

Spam by the drunkard

Roger Amick said...

Alzheimer's obsession. Pitiful.
Blogger Loretta said...

Stupid drunkard

July 23, 2017 at 9:17 AM
Blogger Loretta said...

LOL

July 23, 2017 at 9:18 AM
Blogger Loretta said...

Stupid drunkard

July 23, 2017 at 9:18 AM
Blogger Loretta said...

"get that through your gin-soaked skull."

Stupid drunkard is just looking for attention.

July 23, 2017 at 9:19 AM

Loretta said...

Spam by the drunkard

Loretta said...

"it is plausible that Session's meetings were part of a deliberate and coordinated negotiation."

Negotiate what?

rrb said...

Seriously, look at the whole thing. He's ill informed, historically uneducated, I'm certain he would fail civics 101. Run on sentences, total nonsense,irresponsible
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would you like us to drag out the 0linsky archives, alky?

i'm sure he made a gaffe in each of the 57 states. lord knows he told as many lies. an affirmative action harvard admission whose biggest claim to fame was as an ACORN hack. a clown who perhaps DID fail civics 101, although we'll never know since we're not allowed to see his grades.

and you of all people, should be criticizing exactly NO ONE after the mess you were posting after your new liver. i don't think i've witnessed such an incoherent shitpile anywhere on the internet.



rrb said...



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Loretta said...

"would you like us to drag out the 0linsky archives, alky?"

My favorite was when his granddaddy liberated Auschwitz....

...maybe his granddaddy was a commie rooooski.

Gentle truth-seeking good natured fair minded James said...

The Least Popular President Ever After 6 Months

Washington Post: “Over the course of his first six months, Trump averaged an approval rating of 38.8 percent, according to Gallup, more than five percentage points lower than the second-least popular president, Bill Clinton. Every other president since Dwight D. Eisenhower, who entered office after an election, has had an average approval of at least 50 percent.”
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Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is Going Nowhere

“As a candidate, President Trump billed himself as a new breed of think-big Republican, pitching a $1 trillion campaign pledge to reconstruct the nation’s roadways, waterworks and bridges — along with a promise to revive the lost art of the bipartisan deal,” the New York Times reports.

“But an ambitious public works plan, arguably his best chance of rising above the partisan rancor of his first six months in office, is fast becoming an afterthought — at precisely the moment Mr. Trump needs a big, unifying issue to rewrite the narrative of his chaotic administration.

“Infrastructure remains stuck near the rear of the legislative line, according to two dozen administration officials, legislators and labor leaders involved in coming up with a concrete proposal.”
______________________

HE CAN'T EVEN GET THAT DONE.

Loretta said...

"Gentle truth-seeking good natured fair minded James"

No such person exists.

No pedophilia to swoon over yet today Pastor James Boswell?

wphamilton said...

"Negotiate what?"

Favorable policy in exchange for propaganda aid in the election, and for Russian silence about past dealings.

Good ole gentle truth-seeking gentle pastor James said...

Thanks, Obama: My Hope, Changey White House Years

Remember when presidents spoke in complete sentences instead of in unhinged tweets? David Litt does. In his comic, coming-of-age memoir, he takes us back to the Obama years – and charts a path forward in the age of Trump

More than any other presidency, Barack Obama’s eight years in the White House were defined by young people – twenty-somethings who didn’t have much experience in politics (or anything else, for that matter), yet suddenly found themselves in the most high-stakes office building on earth. David Litt was one of those twenty-somethings. After graduating from college in 2008, he went straight to the Obama campaign. In 2011, he became one of the youngest White House speechwriters in history. Until leaving the White House in 2016, he wrote on topics from healthcare to climate change to criminal justice reform. As President Obama’s go-to comedy writer, he also took the lead on the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, the so-called “State of the Union of jokes.”

Now, in this refreshingly honest memoir, Litt brings us inside Obamaworld. With a humorists’ eye for detail, he describes what it’s like to accidentally trigger an international incident or nearly set a president’s hair aflame. He answers questions you never knew you had: Which White House men’s room is the classiest? What do you do when the commander in chief gets your name wrong? Where should you never, under any circumstances, change clothes on Air Force One? With nearly a decade of stories to tell, Litt makes clear that politics is completely, hopelessly absurd.   

But it’s also important. For all the moments of chaos, frustration, and yes, disillusionment, Litt remains a believer in the words that first drew him to the Obama campaign: “People who love this country can change it.” In telling his own story, Litt sheds fresh light on his former boss’s legacy. And he argues that, despite the current political climate, the politics championed by Barack Obama will outlive the presidency of Donald Trump.

Full of hilarious stories and told in a truly original voice, Thanks, Obama is an exciting debut about what it means – personally, professionally, and politically – to grow up.

Loretta said...

"Favorable policy in exchange for propaganda aid in the election,"

And yet, everything points to the Russians helping Hillary.

Past dealings?

Trump has been audited by the IRS at least 20 times. I would think the IRS has seen "past dealings".....

Loretta said...

"Good ole gentle truth-seeking gentle pastor James"

No such person exists.

No pedophilia to swoon over yet today Pastor James Boswell?

Amused, James said...

One Nation After Trump

Out this fall:
One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported
by E.J. Dionne Jr., Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

Loretta said...

No pedophilia to swoon over yet today Pastor James Boswell?

james's fucking daddy said...

David Litt, an aide in the White House for nearly all of Obama's presidency, reveals how he was part of an all-male, all-white and all under-40 team which produced speech after speech for the president.

He also reveals how the team - and other White House aides - drank, smoked, called each other 'bro', and liked - or pretended to like - only college basketball to please the president.

One aide used his White House business card to sleep with a blonde D.C. newscaster and boast about it to his co-workers.

Obama's West Wing frat house. Aide tells how all-white speech team called each other 'bro', drank, exploited their jobs to sleep with women, made d*** jokes - and president deployed the f-bomb

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4675908/Obama-s-speechwriter-tells-new-memoir.html

F_BOMB OBAMA _ FUCKING HILLARIOUS

see the lying "preacher" likes that

Back from vacation, see asshole Boswell is still spamming, MISS ME ?

Roger Amick said...

I posted news, with direct quotes from the interview with the Times.. Spam it isn't. It's news, Spam is your worthless insults that all you are capable of doing.

CHT discourages:
- reprinting other people's opinion (C&P)
- excessive linking of other websites Unless it is relevant. Spam by the drukard is just dumb.
rrb excessive profanity
rrb threats
Mrs Alzheimer's personal insults

james's fucking daddy said...

SPAM IS "pastor" BOSWELL cut and pasting without any regard to the subject of a thread, directly from political wire, 5 to 10 times a day.

ANY FUCKING IDIOT CAN SEE THAT.

and from Roger "Seriously, look at the whole thing. He's ill informed, historically uneducated, I'm certain he would fail civics 101. Run on sentences, total nonsense,irresponsible "

Have you ever tried to read any of your original postings yourself? You fail miserably.

ROFLMFAO !!!

james's fucking daddy said...

Comment on the Obama book

Hmm. Billy Bush outs the Don with an incriminating tape, and the media falls all over themselves broadcasting it. Saint Barack grabs his crotch, on video, in front of a female reporter, and runs a "frat" in the White House, and the media is silent. They deserve the title "presstitute."

wphamilton said...

Nothing points to the Russians helping Hillary - the Russian government despises her. She probably took bribes from Ukraine, looted some distaster relief efforts and so on, but that's neither here nor there with regards to Trump.

Trump has been in constant trouble since the year he took over his father's NY real estate empire. Probability nears certainty that a critical examination of his finances would show a tangled web with unsavory characters, including most likely, Putin puppets.

wphamilton said...

If you didn't realize this, you may be in for either a serious shock or a long bout of denial. Trump is one guy who you wouldn't want anywhere near your business, your finances or anyone in your family. If you like that in a President, the OK that's your right but be prepared for the consequences.

Commonsense said...

Nothing points to the Russians helping Hillary

You mean except for the Trump dossie the Clintons were shopping. That came from Russia by way of a former British intelligence officer.

Myballs said...

Comparing the finances if Trump vs the clintons would be an interesting exercise.

Too bad Mueller has his staff filled with clinton supporters.

Commonsense said...

Pretty sure that's not a coincidence.

Roger Amick said...

True Love

Scaramucci deleted his old tweets praising Hillary, calling her “the real deal.”

On Friday, it was all Trump love.

First, he instructed about the “disconnect between the way we see the president and how much we love the president and the way some of you perhaps see the president.”

Then he just spit it out: “I love the president.”

Then he added: “But I love the president and I’m very, very loyal to the president. And I love the mission that the president has.” And then he added, “I love the president.” Then: “But here’s what I will tell you, O.K.? I love the president.”

TScaramucci deleted his old tweets praising Hillary, calling her “the real deal.”

On Friday, it was all Trump love.

First, he instructed about the “disconnect between the way we see the president and how much we love the president and the way some of you perhaps see the president.”

Then he just spit it out: “I love the president.”

Then he added: “But I love the president and I’m very, very loyal to the president. And I love the mission that the president has.” And then he added, “I love the president.” Then: “But here’s what I will tell you, O.K.? I love the president.”

The Mooch and the Mogul
[Maureen Dowd]

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/22/opinion/sunday/spicer-anthony-scaramucci-mooch-trump.html

Commonsense said...

Is there a point in our future?

Roger Amick said...

Our future? Indy pointed out clearly yesterday. If the President tells Sessions to fire the special prosecutor, he will be fired, and we will see a repeat of Nixon, only worse. Because he may pardon not only his family, but himself. The Justice department, according to ruling issued in the White Water impeachment, the President could be indicted and be held in jail, like any other common criminal. He would then again, pardon himself and the congress may even be forced to impeach him.

There are several possibilities of a major constitutional crisis. Trump is so impulsive and narcissistic and yes, mentally ill, that he would would put us into a crisis not seen in the history of the United States. Because he believes that he and he alone knows what to do under any situation.

Roger Amick said...

Your point ballsless?
Both Scaramucci and Trump supported Clinton financially and in public statements. Scaramucci has scrubbed his Twitter feed of praise for Clinton, calling her "the real deal"

Roger Amick said...

Contributing to a politician, does not necessarily mean that a lawyer, who is tasked to do research regardless of political support, will not be honest and through.

Commonsense said...

If they are honest and thorough than they would be investigating Clinton foundation ties to the Russian government.

Yeah, thought not.

Commonsense said...

Both Scaramucci and Trump supported Clinton financially and in public statements.

As they say, that was then.

It was also known before the election and Trump go elected anyway.

So this is only an issue in your fevered mind.

Loretta said...

Big deal.

Loretta said...

Discourages spam, but that's never stopped you and James.

Loretta said...

Big deal.

Loretta said...

"Nothing points to the Russians helping Hillary" - WP

Only if you think the Clinton Foundation wasn't in a pay to play game with the Russian government.

Like CS pointed out, the "dossier" was meant to damage Trump. A gift from the Russians to help Hillary.

Loretta said...

"If they are honest and thorough than they would be investigating Clinton foundation ties to the Russian government."

Big IF.

Loretta said...

"Unlike the Dems, I didn't sabotage Bernie Sanders in the primaries, then try to cover my tracks with ludicrous Russia conspiracy theories." - Dr. Jill Stein

caliphatevr said...

according to ruling issued in the White Water impeachment, the President could be indicted and be held in jail, like any other common criminal.

You've gone nuts, it was memo that Kenneth Starr wrote and the pederast c & p it not Indy

opie said...

Scaramucci has scrubbed his Twitter feed of praise for Clinton, calling her "the real deal"

Yep...he was.brainwashed by trumps promise of power and money.....they are all bought, only difference is who and how much.

Roger Amick said...

Trump could be indicted, maybe.

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/07/22/us/document-Savage-NYT-FOIA-Starr-memo-presidential.html?_r=0

Although nothing in the Constitution or federal law explicitly says presidents are immune from indictment while they remain in office, the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel has asserted that they are. A newly disclosed legal memo from the office of Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel who investigated President Clinton, challenges that analysis. The National Archives made the memo public in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by The New York Times.

It would be determined if possible by the Supreme Court.

Roger Amick said...

There is no reason to investigate the Clinton involvement with Russia she did not get elected who gives a shit what you?

If Donald Trump was involved, he should be arrested and impeached. Trump has denied any involvement in thousands of things are well documented as Fake President lies, sometimes twice or three times in the same day.

What has he done other than appoint someone in Supreme Court?

Infrastructure
Remove and replace Obamacare
Tax reform
Support legislation that would guarantee every American coverage for healthcare as he said in the campaign. With the laws they're working on don't do that and you know it's the truth. 25 million Americans lose their health insurance by 2026, thank you Donald J Trump senior idiot.

Roger Amick said...

Anonymous Indy Voter said...
Bigger problem here is why Sessions omitted his meetings with Kislyak from his vetting documents.

And why did Kushner, Flynn, and others also omit their involvement with Russians?

And why did Trump Jr., Manafort, and Kushner meet with a Russian agent who promised dirt on Clinton and told them Russia was working for a Trump victory?

Trump - more corrupt than Harding, a bigger threat to the constitution than Nixon, and less competent than Buchanan. And we're only 1/8 of the way through his term.

Loretta said...

Spam by the drunkard.

Yawn.

Loretta said...

Spam by the drunkard

Loretta said...

Spam by the drunkard

Commonsense said...

Bigger problem here is why Sessions omitted his meetings with Kislyak from his vetting documents.

Because the FBI told him not to.

Sessions Was Advised Not to Disclose Russia Meetings on Security Forms

Attorney General Jeff Sessions failed to disclose meetings with Russian officials when he applied for security clearance because he was told not to do so by advisers and the F.B.I., a Justice Department spokesman said Wednesday.

“As a United States senator, the attorney general met hundreds — if not thousands — of foreign dignitaries and their staff,” Ian Prior, a spokesman for the Justice Department, said in a statement. “The attorney general’s staff consulted with those familiar with the process, as well as the F.B.I. investigator handling the background check, and was instructed not to list meetings with foreign dignitaries and their staff connected with his Senate activities.”


I guess nobody reads before shooting their mouth off.

Commonsense said...

There is no reason to investigate the Clinton involvement with Russia she did not get elected who gives a shit what you?

Well considering she was secretary of state there's every reason to investigate her involvement.

And it's irrelevant as to whether or not she won the election to the charge of collusion.

What is relevant is that she got help from the Russians in return for???????

Loretta said...

"that's neither here nor there with regards to Trump."

What did Russia do? Did they alter votes, dispose of votes, illegally vote, prevent democrats from voting? Exactly what did they do that altered/changed/prevented/destroyed democrat's votes?

rrb said...

What did Russia do? Did they alter votes, dispose of votes, illegally vote, prevent democrats from voting? Exactly what did they do that altered/changed/prevented/destroyed democrat's votes?
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

"What did Russia do?"

they phished john podesta. something a fifth grader could have done considering the fact that john podesta is a fucking moron.

"Did they alter votes, dispose of votes, illegally vote, prevent democrats from voting?"

uh, nope. even skeets 0linsky himself has said as much.

"Exactly what did they do that altered/changed/prevented/destroyed democrat's votes?"

nothing. but you see, the left is suffering from the biggest case of election loss butthurt the world has ever seen. and refusing to accept the result of an election is not "a threat to our democracy" like felonia von pantsuit would have us believe when a democrat does it. only when the loser is a GOPer is that an issue.


in cases like this it is wise to remember the first two laws of politics:

1. hypocrisy is the bedrock of liberalism

2. if it were not for double standards, liberals would have no standards at all.



also, note the "alky logic" -

""There is no reason to investigate the Clinton involvement with Russia she did not get elected who gives a shit what you?""

so the myriad of laws that she likely broke are of no consequence because she did not win. that's akin to the alky's dismissal of overt voter fraud - because it did not (according to the alky) alter the outcome of an election, voter fraud is not big deal, even if it did in fact occur.

Loretta said...
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Loretta said...

"also, note the "alky logic" - "

I expect it from the drunken drama queen, Opie the commie and the pedo.....

Commonsense said...

The cruel and unyielding medical bureaucracy in Great Britain killed a baby today and left his parents heartbroken. And this is what liberals want to bring to the US.

Breaking: Charlie Gard Parents Withdraw Petition To Bring Child To US; Mother: “Charlie Did Have A Real Chance Of Getting Better”

No, Hell no.

caliphate4vr said...

Like I've always said, single payer is wonderful, for the healthy

rrb said...




yup. single payer achieved the desired result.

at least we know now with absolute certainty that death panels do in fact exist.

Commonsense said...

Indeed we do and they're coming to a neighborhood near you.

KD, CA get to work, get off Welfare, Help this country #MAGA said...

Alky,,, yep, Alky be thy name.

You may have a new tax payer paid for liver , but you have the same alcohol damaged low IQ brain.

So your logic is the losers in life are free to commit crimes, because they are losers.

I see the farmers are having a tough time in CA getting the food to market without illegals , good, now hire the interlopers off of the unemployment welfare lines, get CA Back to work.

Commonsense said...

He should be thanking his lucky stars he was born an American citizen and not a British subject.

Who knew after 241 years it would all come down to healthcare.

opie said...

. the losers in life are free to commit crimes, because they are losers.

You mean like losers like yourself???

To Bring Child To US; Mother: “Charlie Did Have A Real Chance Of Getting Better”

Yeah, really sad that you think the kid had a chance......Remember menstral, you are the one who wants trump to cut budgets,health care, and one of the things being cut are experiment research like those that might have value in cases like this.

Commonsense said...

The child had a chance Opie. The treatment was privately funded.

It was the British bureaucracy who denied Charlie a chance to live effectively killing him.

I'm rather surprise that you're comfortable with unelected bureaucrats making life and death health care decisions for you instead of making those decisions yourself.

Especially since you're so morbidly obese.

Commonsense said...

BTW Opie, it was Charlie's mother who said he had a real chance.

Someday you're going to learn how to read.

opie said...

The treatment was privately funded.

The research wasn't.

Charlie's mother who said he had a real chance.

And you posted it.....which is your MO.