Bannon v Trump - On like Donkey Kong

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    So... that puts Bannon in the clear. It’s time to put Trump on the stand and watch him talk himself into prison.
     
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    This is the sh-tshow you all voted for Trumpsters. Congratulations.
     
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    he spent his time at the White House leaking false information to the media to make himself seem far more important than he was. It is the only thing he does well.”

    Hmmm. Its like trump is describing himself. Like taking credit for safe air travel last year...

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    Yup. An 8 year prison term. Just like he wanted
     
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    To those who might think that disparaging comments to this are based on Partisanship - is there really a precedent for this kind of behavior? It is insane.
     
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    ...which is why I named him to the NSC.
     
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    Trump either has a problem of allowing low level people like Bannon and Papodupolis into important meetings or he has been lying about their level of influence. I know which one I’d bet on.
     
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    Fired or resigned:

    Stephen Bannon
    Mike Dubke
    Michael Flynn
    Sebastian Gorka
    KT McFarland
    Reince Priebus
    Anthony Scaramucci
    Sean Spicer
    Katie Walsh
    Ezra Cohen-Watnik
    Tera Dahl
    Derek Harvey
    Rich Higgins
    Michael Short
    Walter Shaub
    Tom Price
    Dina Powell
    Omarosa Manigault
     
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    Or Kushner, who still hasn’t passed security clearance.
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    Exactly as we all knew it would go if we’re honest. Trump cannot work with others, even when he’s in charge. He’s never been able to.
     
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    For what? Not being liked by democrats? Beating Hillary?
     
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    Go back to sleep. :rolleyes:
     
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    No answer on how you are going to get him to the stand when there's no evidence he was involved in any wrongdoing... K.
     
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    You can add Deputy Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn to your list. That was announced at the end of December but might have got lost in the holiday shuffle.

    And next on deck likely are Gary Cohn and maybe Rex Tllerson. And who knows how long Jeff Sessions remains hanging around with the constant bashing Trump does on him. I certainly don't think he will be around in year four. Then again, I'm not sure Trump will be either. :D

    But at any rate, Trump has the highest turnover rate for a first year White House. Doesn't sound too competent does it?

    Trump Staff Turnover Hits 34%—a First Year Presidential Record
    http://fortune.com/2017/12/28/trump-white-house-record-first-year-turnover-rate/
     
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    No publicised evidence. You have no idea how behind this story the media actually are. Months behind. Not one of them wants to be the one to report first.

    There are half a dozen US allies whose intelligence services have connected the dots and come to the same conclusions, in that Trump and his entire family are up to their necks in dodgy Russian business deals. Mueller will no doubt be coming to the same conclusion.

    Ive been saying this all along. Trump is no billionaire. Probably worth $50m tops. IMO all those assets carrying his name belong to people whose money he is washing.

    He’s pulled another con, just as he’s been doing his entire adult life, and you’ve fallen for it.
     
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    You just can’t take a joke right? Whoosh!
     
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    He could be innocent and his cabinet guilty and what he says he doesn’t know that he actually knows about his spawns could be necessary to investigators.
     
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    Obstruction of justice is quite an obvious one but I guess Mueller and Co want all the truth before they make a move.
     
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    Perjury, inevitably. Please try to keep up. :p
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    Yeah but it's a record, see. Highest turnover rate ever, trust him. He loves it. His base will go ape over it. He's draining the swamp. Oh, wait...
     
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    Defending the indefensible makes it harder for the republicans to move forward. Please stop.

    It also risks a rump Republican Party who wins 30% of the vote but offers no value.
     
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    True words. The Republican brand maybe perma damaged, maybe not for older Voters who have been with the party for years and years, but young voters are lookjng on and deciding what type of viter they will be. Or worse, lose hope and they just won’t vote at all
     
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    Sure, was in a mild August night 1978.


    Not sure why Donald brings it up today......
     
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    Are the Trumpophiles tired of all the winning yet? LMFAO.
     

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