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Post by T on Mon Jul 16, 2018 8:55 pm

“This was the day an American president stood on foreign soil next to a murderous lying thug and refused to back his own country”

“bizarre”

“shameful"

“bad day for the US”

“This was a very good day for President Putin”

“look like a pushover (The US)”

“The president must appreciate that Russia is not our ally”

“remains hostile to our most basic values and ideals.”

“embarrassing”

“proves that the Russians have something on the President, personally, financially or politically”

"On the world stage in front of the entire globe the president of the United States essentially capitulated and seems intimidated by Vladimir Putin”

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Post by T on Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:24 pm

Trumpery at news conference: "I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today.”

Trumpery: "I have confidence in both parties."

Both parties = Trumpery's US intelligence officials (who say Moscow interfered) and Putin, who says it didn’t.

He has confidence in BOTH?  Why is he aiding and abetting the Russians? Traitor?

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Post by T on Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:12 am

Donald J. Trumpery
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So many people at the higher ends of intelligence party loved my press conference performance in Helsinki. Putin and I discussed many important subjects at our earlier meeting. We got along well which truly bothered many haters who wanted to see a boxing match. Big results will come!

2:53 AM - 18 Jul 2018

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Post by T on Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:15 am

Donald J. Trumpery
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Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with President Putin of Russia. They would rather go to war than see this. It’s called Trumpery Derangement Syndrome!

4:27 AM - 18 Jul 2018

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Post by T on Wed Jul 18, 2018 10:48 am

Conservative columnist George Will on Trumpery



“Sad, embarrassing wreck of a man.”

“I think the president this morning (7/18/2018) is saying, ‘You see, I told you the truth is overrated, because I told you the truth in Helsinki."

“He (Trumpery) had to spend yesterday taking back what he really meant to say and what he, in fact, did say. It’s hilarious to see Sen. Rubio and then Sen. Portman come out and use the word clarified as to what the president just did.”

“Republicans on Capitol Hill are terrified. They have individual terror and collective terror. The individual terror is that they will be individually attacked by the president, thereby costing them a third of their vote. The collective terror is, that if Congress seems to turn on the president, Republicans in Congress, he will attack congress thereby depressing the turnout, thereby costing them the House, certainly, and perhaps the Senate.”

“I think he (Trumpery) is the most insecure human being I’ve ever seen. I think you have to understand him, you have to understand he feels out of his depth in every situation he’s in. He just doesn’t understand the vocabulary of American government. He doesn’t understand the conversations that are going on around him. It’s like a 12-year-old in a room with people who specialize in quantum mechanics — he just is lost at all times.”

“The fact that he decided never to release his tax returns, we come to the conclusion — we don’t know what he’s hiding, but obviously he’s keeping something secret. Obviously, he’s hiding something, which licenses, it seems to me, responsible speculation about what he might be hiding.”

“He’s (Trumpery) keeping something secret from Americans. It’s reasonable to speculate why that is so.”

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It’s time to impeach the president

By Jason Villalba, State representative, Republican-Dallas, Texas

When I was ten years old, over a plate of rice, beans and tortillas, I watched the evening news in front of an old Emerson 19-inch tube TV. On the screen was a man who looked like a grandpa, resembled the dad on “Father Knows Best,” and who spoke of a Shining City on the Hill — whatever that meant.

I didn’t know who Ronald Reagan was at that time, but I knew he was an honorable man. I knew that he cared for me and my family. And I knew that even though I did not look like him, I wanted to be like him: fearless, just, righteous — an American.

Ronald Reagan embodied for me what it meant to be a citizen of these great United States of America. We are a people who are strong yet compassionate, convicted yet tolerant, determined yet understanding.

I am a Republican today because of Ronald Reagan. He instilled in me the principles that have guided my life, personally and politically. I believe in fiscal conservatism, American exceptionalism, a moral rubric based on Judeo-Christian values, and on a basic fealty to the essential standards set by our forefathers: truth, liberty, self-sacrifice and basic goodness.

And yet, today, our own president of the United States mocks these basic tenets. Since Donald J. Trumpery has been president, he alone has increased the national debt by over $1 trillion. Yes. One trillion dollars. The fastest any president in U.S. history has accrued that level of debt.

Our president has mocked and belittled our immigration laws, our intelligence agencies, our foreign policy strategy and even the American people. We have been called “stupid,” “weak,” “a joke” and “pathetic,” all by our own president.

Our president has reveled in sexually engaging with those actively trafficking in the pornography industry and he has ridiculed those religious leaders who would deign to question him for doing so. He mocks and laughs at those Christians who would question him.

I was one of the only Republican elected officials in the country to plead with the American voters to abandon this charlatan prior to his election. For my transgressions, I was summarily unelected from the Texas Legislature. I have no regrets. I always do what I believe is right. That is not politically expedient, but it helps me sleep at night.

But verily I say unto you today, if we do not stop this man now, today, over 500 days into his presidency, we will be equally culpable in what he has planned for our great nation. President Trumpery thinks you are a fool. He believes you will never abandon him. And he believes that that there is almost nothing that he can do that would cause you to abandon supporting him.

But what he doesn’t know is that you are not a fool. You, like me, are an American. And no man will own your heart and mind like this president thinks he owns you.

Today is the day we take back our America. Today is the day we say “NO” to anyone who revels in abusing those weaker than them for political points.

Today is the day we stand up and fight for the American values that Reagan taught us: truth, justice, peace, civility, comity and righteousness.

This is who we are. Not the sordid, ugly, Trumpists who require anger and vitriol.

We have the clarity and focus to do what is right to make our communities better and stronger. This is who we are — not the contorted caricature that the alt-right has created of us.

Today, we will stand with our better angels. We will stand with those who seek to transcend the common detritus of the ordinary and become citizens of that shining city on the hill that Reagan spoke of so long ago.

We are better than what this president suggests we are. We eschew ugliness and divisiveness. Donald J. Trumpery is no longer our leader. It is time to push him into the ash bin of history.

Today, I ask you to impeach Trumpery.

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Post by T on Thu Aug 02, 2018 11:34 am

I've been listening, reading, watching, and researching.  It seems to me that the Trumpery defenders have settled on this defense:

Yes, Trumpery colluded with Russia, but it's not a crime and it's no big deal.

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