1. shootersa

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    Interesting.
    Trump is vilified for claiming credit for corporate plans made before he is President.
    And vilified for not stopping steel orders corporations made before he was President.

    The unsupporters have given up all pretense of fairness or objective thinking.
    They are like a pack of dogs after a bone.
     
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  2. stumbler

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    Oh bullshit. Trump is justifiably being criticized for lying in both instances.
     
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      The unsupporters have given up all pretense of fairness or objective thinking.
       
      shootersa, Mar 7, 2017
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      All a due to the losses of the selfish, the immature.

      Expect 4 years of chapped ass.
       
      ace's n 8's, Mar 7, 2017
  3. stumbler

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    Shootersa apparently can't see what an utterly stupid thing to say.

    This is not a matter of opinion. It proven fact that Trump lied in these instances. And it is a proven fact that Trump tells lies all the time.

    And if a person was actually "objective" they would look those facts for themselves instead of just running their mouth on a porn forum saying stupid things.
     
  4. ace's n 8's

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    So, you're suggesting that he differs from you?
     
  5. stumbler

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    Trump--Everyone will be covered under my healthcare plan

    I told you so that was total bullshit. Millions of people will not be covered and healthcare cost will skyrocket because of it.

    But fortunately the "conservatives" are already saying its dead on arrival.

    I love the smell of GOP cannibalism.
     
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    Geneva (AFP) - The UN human rights chief took aim at US President Donald Trump on Wednesday, saying

    the country needed better leadership to meet grave challenges like surging xenophobia and religious discrimination.

    "I am concerned by the new administration's handling of a number of human rights issues," Zeid bin Ra'ad Zeid al-Hussein told the main annual session of the UN rights council, in his latest swipe at the new US leader.

    "Greater and more consistent leadership is needed to address the recent surge in discrimination, anti-Semitism, and violence against ethnic and religious minorities," he added.

    Zeid warned that Washington's "vilification of entire groups such as Mexicans and Muslims" as well as

    "false claims" about higher crime rates among migrants "fuel xenophobic abuses."
     
  7. stumbler

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    Trump--Rex Tillerson will make a great Secretary of State

    I told you so that was total bullshit.

    Dem senators: Tillerson’s State Department ignored by White House as Kushner calls the shots

     
  8. stumbler

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    Trump--I will repeal and replace Obamacare

    Now I told y0u so that was total bullshit and the conservative/Republican/Tea Party/White Supremacists in congress are lying to the American people right along with Trump.

    Read it yourself. It does not say they are repealing the ACA. They admit in the first paragraph all they are doing is AMENDING the ACA.
     
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    Trump--Mexico will pay for the wall

    Well we all told you so that was total bullshit but now even Mitch McConnell admits it.

    McConnell on Mexico Paying for Trump’s Wall: ‘Uh, No’

     
  10. shootersa

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    Oh. Well that settles that.
     
  11. stumbler

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    Hey guys where is that plan to defeat ISIS?
     
  12. ace's n 8's

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    It's still a secret coward.
     
  13. stumbler

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    Trump--The drug companies are getting away with murder.

    I told you so that was total bullshit.

    Trump administration teams up with Big Pharma to block drug pricing transparency

     
  14. ace's n 8's

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    You mean that the Obama holdover at the SEC has done this?...how fucking dare they.

    Clayton's is not scheduled for a hearing on confirmation until the 23 of this month, actually, this is just more of the leftists obstruction.
     
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    CNN legal analyst: Trump likely fired US Attorney Bharara to sabotage ‘troublesome’ investigations

     
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    Some Dems Admit They Aren’t Seeing Russian Links To Trump Campaign

    "... a tangible frustration ..."



    As he should have been fired if by no other circumstances other than wasting time and money
     
  17. stumbler

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    ‘The President Said He Wants Everyone Covered’: Stephanopoulos Faces Off With OMB Director Mick Mulvaney on AHCA

     
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    ATTORNEY GENERAL SEEKS RESIGNATIONS FROM PROSECUTORS


    March 24, 1993

    Attorney General Janet Reno today demanded the prompt resignation of all United States Attorneys, leading the Federal prosecutor in the District of Columbia to suggest that the order could be tied to his long-running investigation of Representative Dan Rostenkowski, a crucial ally of President Clinton.

    Jay B. Stephens, the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, who is a Bush Administration holdover, said he had advised the Justice Department that he was within 30 days of making a "critical decision" in the Rostenkowski case when Ms. Reno directed him and other United States Attorneys to submit their resignations, effective in a matter of days.

    While prosecutors are routinely replaced after a change in Administration, Ms. Reno's order accelerated what had been expected to be a leisurely changeover. Says He Won't Resist.
    ...
    All 93 United States Attorneys knew they would be asked to step down, since all are Republican holdovers, and 16 have resigned so far. But the process generally takes much longer and had usually been carried out without the involvement of the Attorney General. Battles of the Past

    Ms. Reno is under pressure to assert her control over appointments at the Justice Department. She was Mr. Clinton's third choice for Attorney General and arrived after most of the department's senior positions were already filled by the White House.

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    So Is This U.S. Attorney Purge Unprecedented Or Not?


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    Former acting attorney general Stuart Gerson, meanwhile, wrote that it "is customary for a President to replace U.S. Attorneys at the beginning of a term. Ronald Reagan replaced every sitting U.S. Attorney when he appointed his first Attorney General. President Clinton, acting through me as Acting AG, did the same thing, even with few permanent candidates in mind." (Hat tip on this and the Post piece to TPM.)


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    Obama to replace U.S. Attorneys


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    Pressure from lawmakers and local Democrats to replace the sitting prosecutors has been significant. Holder's comments Thursday came in response to a question from Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) "Many jurisdictions are waiting desperately to see what is going to be done. As we understand it, the protocol has been that U.S. Attorneys would hand in their resignations and would give the new administration an opportunity to make new appointments, we don’t see that happening quite fast enough," she said, pointing to complaints about prosecutors in Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama.

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    And as we all know, Democrats LOVE to cite protocols they expect to be followed. Then they fucking hop up and down with their hair on fire when Republicans follow the protocols Democrats cite. (SCOTUS nominee, for instance.)
     
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  19. stumbler

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    Trump--My son in law will not profit off presidency

    Ok once again we all knew that was total bullshit.


    Jared Kushner’s family set to make $400 million in ‘unusually favorable’ investment by Chinese company


     
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