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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by samcraig, Jul 28, 2017.
This place has turned into one of those grocery store gossip rags. Over 50% of couples get divorced, not a big deal.
You've gotta be kidding, right? This is a soap opera, not real life, right? A guy comes into office, starts beating up all the other workers in the office, sends out profanity-laden tirades, and then has marital problems. All in one week. Crazy.
She despises Trump. So she left him.
"Deidre Ball, who worked as a vice president in investor relations for SkyBridge Capital, the firm he founded in 2005 and sold to ascend to the White House, has filed for divorce from “The Mooch” after three years of marriage after getting fed up with his ruthless quest to get close to President Trump, whom she despises."
To be fair maybe he's come across poorly over the divorce
Correction: The White House has made all of America (if not a large part of the planet even) into a grocery store gossip rag.
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I'm sure all the die-hard Trumpophiles are sooooo proud of all these Trump picks. So proud of AG Jeff Sessions. Oh wait, he's out any minute now. Sooo proud of Reince. Oh wait, he just got fired a few hours ago today. So proud of Moochie.
Replace this place with white house. Unfortunately we can't change the channel
To be fair, he should never have been offered that job...
This is starting to play out like an Asian knockoff of the American knockoff of House of Cards. You know you have seen it before but the video quality is so grainy you're not sure who the actors are, and you keep seeing edges of a 13" TV set's bezel at the sides once in awhile.
Well, yes and no. She did marry him to begin with.
no one is perfect.
This is before he even officially takes up the position!
TUNE IN NEXT WEEK FOR THE NEXT EPISODE......... DUN DUN DUNNNNN lol
Good for her, I hope she takes half too, f#%k him.
Well, I'm sure she's probably a paranoid schizophrenic...
There was me thinking it was teh gayz destroying the sanctity of marriage.
have you seen the tabloids lately?
It's crazy how much they fawn over their dear leader.
Everything that every Republican politician does is no big deal to you.
50% of marriages end in divorce, yet the Republicans want to preserve the sanctity of marriage by preventing gays and lesbians from marrying. Like it's the end of sacred vows or something. The divorce rate kind of takes the wind out of those sails. And to all those who have remarried, you are now living in sin just like Trump. Makes sense to me. Double standard for everything.
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Funny how the right moans about fake news, yet Trump uses the National Enquirer as a source. Go figure.
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You can have them, I'll stick with Justice Gorsuch.
You mean the illegitimate justice appointed by an illegitimate "president" who's occupying a stolen Supreme Court seat? Yeah, hopefully we can remove him from the bench once the circus tent finally comes crashing down.
Good luck, not going to happen. More likely scenario is one of the liberal fossils croak and the court goes red for the next 30 years.
You realize that the 3 more conservatives fossils could croak during the next presidency and flip the court right back, right? Jesus, why are you people so goddamn shortsighted? You really think you have this whole thing in the bag huh? US politics have a tendency to pull the rug out from under you just when you think you've reached the top of the mountain, beware.
Well, you do have a point. Hillary is the current classic example.
And no, while I won't make any predictions as to the health status of any current justice, Gorsuch is not going to be removed. That is wishful dreaming.
Could be. Maybe that would explain some of his erratic behavior.
I'm going to side with my lefty friends here, this is a big deal. Divorce is a big deal. Its devastating to the couple and friggin hideous for anyone close to them. In terms of stress-inducing trauma, it's right up there with "death of a loved one" and "serious illness". Way too many people take it lightly.
What does this say about Scaramucci? I don't know, he sounds like a weapons-grade jackass so this isn't really surprising. But I won't go as far as to say that this is some kind of indictment on conservatives. We should be waaaaay past the idea that Trump, in any way, is focused on having an administration that reflects social conservative values.
I suspect their marriage was at risk for some time.