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Yup. And he bitched and whined about it all the way. LOL!




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Pelosi is already suggesting the President should be impeached (abuse of power again) for his 'interference' on Stone's sentencing. Roll Eyes

The democrats will never learn.

https://www.nationalreview.com...g-an-abuse-of-power/
 
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Pelosi is already suggesting the President should be impeached (abuse of power again) for his 'interference' on Stone's sentencing. Roll Eyes



Oh piss off you dried up evil witch Roll Eyes

POTUS is still allowed to express his OPINION here.

But of course you're really desperate and grabbing at straws here to have any excuse to launch Impeachment II which we know you assholes are cooking up as we speak.


 
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Pelosi is already suggesting the President should be impeached (abuse of power again) for his 'interference' on Stone's sentencing. Roll Eyes



Oh piss off you dried up evil witch Roll Eyes

POTUS is still allowed to express his OPINION here.

But of course you're really desperate and grabbing at straws here to have any excuse to launch Impeachment II which we know you assholes are cooking up as we speak.




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Re: Cuomo meeting Trump today in the WH Big Grin

Via Twitter:
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Donald J. Trump
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I’m seeing Governor Cuomo today at The White House. He must understand that National Security far exceeds politics. New York must stop all of its unnecessary lawsuits & harrassment, start cleaning itself up, and lowering taxes. Build relationships, but don’t bring Fredo!


He really knows how to deftly jab these people, doesn't he? Razz


 
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I think the cartoonist made Pelosi too attractive . . . !

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I agree with Barr - President Trump tweets too much about stuff that ultimately hurts the people he might be trying to help

as far as tweeting about his political foes, thats fair game



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Godspeed the crew of Apollo 17."

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Here's a long article by Angelo Codevilla on the necessity of reform of intelligence agencies--the CIA specifically--to end their ability to act as a Deep State. I recommend it highly.

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In sum, we find:
CIA is obsolete. Cables show agents’ intelligence takes are inferior to diplomats’. Agent networks are unprotected by counterintelligence. FBI success at counterintelligence ended when the Bureau was politicized and bureaucratized in the 1970s. CIA bottlenecks and incompetently controls strategic intelligence, while the Army and Marines show demonstrable tactical superiority.
As a result, CIA is ideologically partisan. Its strength is in leading or joining domestic campaigns to influence public opinion. FBI has followed suit.
Senior intelligence officials were the key element in the war on Donald Trump’s candidacy and presidency. CIA used meetings that it manufactured as factual bases for lies about campaign advisors seeking Russian information to smear Hillary Clinton. Intelligence began formal investigation and surveillance without probable cause. Agents gained authorization to electronically surveil Trump and his campaign and defended their bureaucratic interests, sidelining Lieutenant General Michael Flynn and denying or delaying Trump appointments and security clearances.
Partisanship produces failure. FISA has incentivized political abuse. “Profiling” has failed repeatedly in high-profile cases like the Atlanta Olympics bombing and the anthrax mail attacks. Perjury trapping has become commonplace.

Finally, we outline the steps that presidents and Congress might take to improve matters:
FISA must be repealed legislatively or through Constitutional challenge in court . It unconstitutionally mingles judicial and executive power in secret. It gave Intelligence a blank check. Hardly “an indispensable tool” for national security, it is now indispensable for partisanship. Broad consensus exists for a legislative “fix,” but none is possible. The secret court’s existence, the heart of the law, allows partisan bureaucrats and allied judges to do what they want in secret.
Functions currently performed by CIA should be sheared down. Data infrastructure and consultant networks should be eliminated. Bipartisan opposition to the Intelligence threat should use fierce resistance and lobbying from Intelligence as evidence of why cuts are in the national interest.
CIA must be disestablished. Its functions should be returned to the Departments of State, Defense, and Treasury. FBI must be restricted to law enforcement. At home, the Agencies are partisan institutions illegitimately focused on setting national policy. Abroad, Agencies untied to specific operational concerns are inherently dangerous and low-value.
Intelligence must return to its natural place as servant, not master, of government. Congress should amend the 1947 National Security Act. The President should broaden intelligence perspectives, including briefs from State, Defense, and Treasury, and abolish CIA’s “covert action.” State should be made responsible for political influence and the armed services for military and paramilitary affairs.


Abolish the CIA and FISA-- Codevilla


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Barr: Mr President, with all due respect, there are times that you should STFU.



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^^^^^ Although I fully agree with the above discussion, I have no confidence that anything good will be done about it.

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Barr: Mr President, with all due respect, there are times that you should STFU.



President Trump's filter from his brain to his keyboard fingers needs a firmware upgrade.



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"Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil... Therefore, as tongues of fire lick up straw and as dry grass sinks down in the flames, so their roots will decay and their flowers blow away like dust; for they have rejected the law of the Lord Almighty and spurned the word of the Holy One of Israel." - Isaiah 5:20,24
 
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I’ve always wondered. Do the tweets come directly from Trump? Or do you think they pass through some kind of intermediary? Ya know, to check spelling, or to make sure he’s not saying something that he really shouldn’t.

The tweets really don’t bug me, but I do know several people that say that’s the only thing they don’t like about him.




 
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The tweets are part of why I think he's the greatest president we've had. He's talking directly to us in a manner which most can comprehend, not through some speech writer that picks and chooses the politically correct words that won't offend.


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I’ve always wondered. Do the tweets come directly from Trump? Or do you think they pass through some kind of intermediary? Ya know, to check spelling, or to make sure he’s not saying something that he really shouldn’t.

The tweets really don’t bug me, but I do know several people that say that’s the only thing they don’t like about him.


They are all Trump, I have no doubt.

It would actually be a good idea if he had just one person read his tweets before he fired them off. Seriously, there really are times when he would serve himself and his supporters by occasionally just zipping it.

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Just read that the Roger Stone jury was composed of rabid dems.
Roger Stone Juror Outs Himself as Hard Core Leftist

Hopefully this will get a lot of attention.

For those criticizing President Trump for his 'Twitter habits' on this and other subjects, IMHO the self-outing of the juror referenced above, and the revelations which confirmed the suspicions of many, would NOT have happened if not for the tweets of PDJT! Additionally, as we now know, Tomeka Hart, the female 'jury foreperson' also self outed on this subject and again, that would NOT have happened either!

Ultimately, Roger Stone's conviction may now be vacated as a result of these developments, and the jury foreperson, who is an attorney, could be guilty of perjury on this, which would result in her Disbarment!

Trump being Trump is a GOOD thing! Wink


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"Foreperson"? I thought the proper term is "foreman."


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You ask President Trump a question, you get an truthful answer:




Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i61KMQ7w974




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Foreperson. You know? Like “Personhole cover?” It’s inclusive of all genders. Roll Eyes
 
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I agree with Barr - President Trump tweets too much about stuff that ultimately hurts the people he might be trying to help

as far as tweeting about his political foes, thats fair game


And that's why you're not the POTUS and he is.
 
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