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Now that's funny.


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Trump appears to have lost weight. This is good for us, less chance of a MI or stroke a few years down the road.


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Trump appears to have lost weight. This is good for us, less chance of a MI or stroke a few years down the road.


Really? All I was seeing last night was him being ripped online for busting out of his tux. Seriously these people are deranged over his beating their precious Hillary. Confused


 
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OUR first Lady is one class act!!
 
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OUR first Lady is one class act!!

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Amen, brother. Class Level = > Jackie Wink

She will help us forget Michelle and Hillary.





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Nigel Farage reacts to anti-Trump protests in London
Jun. 04, 2019 - 3:23 - Brexit party leader Nigel Farage sits down with Laura Ingraham to discuss U.S.-U.K. relations.


Fox News > https://video.foxnews.com/v/60...64001/#sp=show-clips




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Democrats suffer setback in Trump court battles
BY JACQUELINE THOMSEN - 06/05/19 06:00 AM EDT

THE HILL > https://thehill.com/regulation...-trump-court-battles

"...... Democratic lawmakers were dealt a blow Monday when a federal judge ruled that they don’t have the authority to sue the president over his diversion of military funds to build a border wall........" "The ruling also underscores the judiciary’s wariness of entangling itself in political fights between the executive and legislative branches, with judges preferring that the two bodies resolve the fights among themselves — a near impossibility in this political climate.".....




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The 'Trump card': Using the Insurrection Act at the border
BY RYAN P. BURKE, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 06/05/19 09:30 AM EDT

THE HILL > https://thehill.com/opinion/na...on-act-at-the-border



"The Insurrection Act will be here before the 2020 election. If the immigration debate with Congress were like a strategic poker game, this would be President Trump’s “ace in the hole” for winning immigration poker — the “Trump card,” if you will. Trump considers himself a winner and a fixer, and likely believes the Insurrection Act will fix military border mission ambiguity and help him win the ongoing immigration battle, two issues long plaguing his administration.

The border situation is heating up. In a generally unreported incident in the early morning hours on May 29, a U.S. Marine stationed at a “mobile surveillance camera site” in El Centro, Calif., near the U.S.-Mexico border said he was attacked by three individuals and fired his weapon in self-defense. U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) officials confirmed the Marine discharged his weapon but withheld further comment pending an investigation."
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"The Insurrection Act is a series of laws that permits the president to, among other things, federalize the National Guard and use the Armed Forces to enforce laws and suppress rebellion when he considers enforcement otherwise impractical through normal proceedings. Though it has been considered for other situations since, the last formal invocation of the Insurrection Act occurred during the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Continued overcrowding at detention facilities, increasing apprehensions beyond border patrol capacity, and violent border confrontations produce precisely the impractical enforcement situations required to justify invoking the Insurrection Act, clarify the mission ambiguity, and ultimately gain control of the immigration system through mass military-enforced deportation efforts. Such an approach is unprecedented and will be met with challenge, yet is entirely legal.

The Insurrection Act appears to be an inevitability. The Trump administration recently hinted at the likelihood of invoking it for mass deportation. It is both predictable and legal, albeit unprecedented in the past quarter-century. To the critics doubting the president’s doggedness, normative departures are commonplace in the Trump presidency. The Insurrection Act is the logical next step in Trump’s continued efforts to “protect the homeland and restore our sovereignty.”

Knowing when to play this “Trump card” is a test of the administration’s political savvy. Will they reserve it as a diversionary tactic to distract from potential impeachment proceedings? Or will the administration use it to galvanize the president’s base approaching the 2020 election? Regardless, it is not a matter of if, but a matter of when."




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oh be still my heart...

I hope he get it going as soon as he gets back from Europe - we really need relief here in the border areas



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LMAO! This is why I love Donald Trump so much, he's not one to mince words or hold back:

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A veteran made a flirtatious remark about the First Lady when the pair met at a D Day 75th anniversary event today.
Thomas Cuthbert, 93, from Elmstead Market, Essex, was charmed by Melania Trump, 49, when they were introduced at a reception in Portsmouth this afternoon.
Speaking to the President about his wife, Mr Cuthbert said: 'She's nice, isn't she?,' adding: 'If it wasn't for you, and if only I was 20 years younger.'
The comment prompted a chuckle from the President, 72, who replied: 'You could handle it, there's no question about it,' while shaking Mr Cuthbert's hand.


You old dog you! Razz



I'm sure it will have the feminists and all the other can't-take-a-joke liberals howling with outrage! Big Grin

'If only I was 20 years younger!' D Day veteran, 93, makes a VERY flirtatious remark about Melania Trump while speaking to the President - who replies 'you could handle it, no question'

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She is most stunning......but I can't get past her "Earth vs the Flying Saucers" hat.



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She is most stunning......but I can't get past her "Earth vs the Flying Saucers" hat.

I think that style was popular in the 1920s. Still looks good on her (what doesn't?).

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She is most stunning......but I can't get past her "Earth vs the Flying Saucers" hat.


I like the hat! Better than the one that QE2 was wearing.



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What's wrong with this picture????

 
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Merkel - either shouldn't be in the line, or the caption needs to be changed.




 
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Merkel - either shouldn't be in the line, or the caption needs to be changed.


Exactly, her country's participation in D-Day was of a different nature, to say the least.
 
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Her country the “Deutsche Demokratische Republik” did not exist on D-Day, and does not today. Her behavior makes here seem more and more like a Genosse (Comrade).


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Thought that was Merkel, but not sure since on my phone. Kinda awkward don’t you think?



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She is most stunning......but I can't get past her "Earth vs the Flying Saucers" hat.


She can wear a Kentucky Fried Chicken bucket on her head and still be the classiest First Lady in modern history.



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