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Did Trump Pay Hush Money to Conceal His Illegitimate Love Child?

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24 minutes ago, Boobie said:

Obama quit working with Congress after his first two years.  He wasn't a leader, he was an orator.  That's why his legacy was so small and easy to replace

Much like your fungible beliefs.

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On ‎4‎/‎13‎/‎2018 at 1:17 AM, zenwalk said:

They paid him 30,000 hush money so he wouldn't spread a lie? I don't think so. What's Trump got to do to earn GOP disapproval?

Uh huh.......Donald Trump’s administration is running like a fine tuned machine……Trump University

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On ‎4‎/‎13‎/‎2018 at 11:13 AM, FatBoy said:

This is just getting out of control. You people just can't leave Donny alone. Next thing you know, you'll be accusing him of enjoying golden showers. :P

Donald Trump’s administration is running like a fine tuned machine……

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20 hours ago, ms maggie said:

So you're saying Trump won't fire Mueller? How about Rosenstein? That all media hype as well?

The only people suggesting that Trump will fire Mueller, are the left wing loons that you tune into daily, whose purpose is to keep you in a perpetual state of outrage. 

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21 hours ago, ms maggie said:

Attorney/ Client privilege in this country is down the crapper now, thanks to the Democrats. The gut wrenching stupidity at work here, is their failure to think that that their utter contempt for 200 plus years of the rule of law, won’t be turned on them in the future. 

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21 hours ago, JoyinMudville said:

Oh yeah George P bragging about Russia’s possession of stolen emails

Yes!  A virtual non operative in the campaign, drunkenly spewing hearsay to an Australian diplomat  about “what he knew” in a London bar. The only reason that bs narrative gained legs, was because that was the point in time, where the Russian crappolla became exposed, for the fraud that it was, and the mainstream media, were desperately looking to prop up their coup. 

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1 hour ago, volperdinger said:

Attorney/ Client privilege in this country is down the crapper now, thanks to the Democrats. The gut wrenching stupidity at work here, is their failure to think that that their utter contempt for 200 plus years of the rule of law, won’t be turned on them in the future. 

America has never recognized client/consigliere privilege.

Learn your history.

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1 hour ago, volperdinger said:

Attorney/ Client privilege in this country is down the crapper now, thanks to the Democrats. The gut wrenching stupidity at work here, is their failure to think that that their utter contempt for 200 plus years of the rule of law, won’t be turned on them in the future. 

If Trump didn't order Cohen to pay his prostitute (as he claims) then there was no client attorney privilege regarding the payment of the prostitute to begin with. The "gut wrenching stupidity" is on your boy's part and, by extension, your desperate defense of His Monstrosity. Truth is he's got a pretty big mouth and not much respect for the rule of law himself.  

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On 4/13/2018 at 7:00 PM, Eastside Terp said:

I guess this means Mueller really doesn't have anything .....

What does Mueller have to do with this?

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On 4/13/2018 at 9:05 PM, volperdinger said:

The only people talking about Trump firing Mueller are Democrats. It’s what the media does to keep you rubes in a perpetual state of outrage. You’re Exhibit A. 

Really? Just the other day Sarah Sanders was talking about it. Several Republican Congressman are. Sean Hannity has been talking about it for a while. Are they now Democrats?

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On 4/13/2018 at 9:28 PM, JoyinMudville said:

Why does that even matter?

If the dems retake the house by winning 25 seats, the results will be largely the same.

And, if they retake the Senate, they'll have done something the GOP didn't do in 2010.

To be fair retaking by only 25 means a more moderate speaker like Steny Hoyer. Retaking by 60 could mean a more liberal speaker.

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On 4/13/2018 at 9:57 PM, Manny said:

I agree that it doesn’t matter. Republicans in the House will succumb to the wishes of their Socialist colleagues. Such cooperation is never afforded them, but they will never learn. 

I seem to recall a deal to build a wall and fix DACA. Than Steve Miller ended that.

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3 hours ago, volperdinger said:

Attorney/ Client privilege in this country is down the crapper now, thanks to the Democrats. The gut wrenching stupidity at work here, is their failure to think that that their utter contempt for 200 plus years of the rule of law, won’t be turned on them in the future. 

Attorney Client price page does not apply when the attorney is assisting in breaking the law. To get a warrant like they got is rare and required a high threshold of evidence.

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1 hour ago, jtowne-swim said:

I seem to recall a deal to build a wall and fix DACA. Than Steve Miller ended that.

Because Congressional Republicans don’t want a wall. They say so, but when push comes to shove, they lack the political courage to follow through.

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4 minutes ago, Manny said:

Because Congressional Republicans don’t want a wall. They say so, but when push comes to shove, they lack the political courage to follow through.

When have Congressional Cons ever had the courage to follow through on anything?  

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2 minutes ago, EGoldstein said:

When have Congressional Cons ever had the courage to follow through on anything?  

Never, which is exactly why I no longer affiliate with that party. 

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18 minutes ago, Manny said:

Because Congressional Republicans don’t want a wall. They say so, but when push comes to shove, they lack the political courage to follow through.

Do you really want that stupid wall? :lol:

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47 minutes ago, Manny said:

Because Congressional Republicans don’t want a wall. They say so, but when push comes to shove, they lack the political courage to follow through.

Congressional republicans made the deal.

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11 hours ago, jtowne-swim said:

To be fair retaking by only 25 means a more moderate speaker like Steny Hoyer. Retaking by 60 could mean a more liberal speaker.

It is amazing to me that you can use the word "moderate" in the same sentence as "Steny Hoyer".

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16 hours ago, volperdinger said:

Yes!  A virtual non operative in the campaign, drunkenly spewing hearsay to an Australian diplomat  about “what he knew” in a London bar. The only reason that bs narrative gained legs, was because that was the point in time, where the Russian crappolla became exposed, for the fraud that it was, and the mainstream media, were desperately looking to prop up their coup. 

hmm... who's that sitting at the table with Trump? Oh, the guy that Trump referred to as an 'excellent guy'. George P.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/715725628465680386/photo/1?tfw_site=politifact&ref_src=twsrc^tfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.politifact.com%2Ftruth-o-meter%2Farticle%2F2017%2Foct%2F30%2Fhow-important-was-george-papadopoulos-donald-trump%2F

 

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18 hours ago, volperdinger said:

Attorney/ Client privilege in this country is down the crapper now, thanks to the Democrats. The gut wrenching stupidity at work here, is their failure to think that that their utter contempt for 200 plus years of the rule of law, won’t be turned on them in the future. 

You don't know what you are talking about.

1) Trump claims he doesn't know anything about the Stormy payment. Which is a lie but it is a useful lie. If Trump didn't know about it, that means there's no attorney client privilege. You see, these morons are getting undone by their own web of idiotic lies.

2) Attorney/client privilege does not apply when the attorney is engaged in a conspiracy to commit a crime or is hiding material evidence.

3) Why are you blaming the Democrats? Mueller, a lifelong Republican, was named special counsel by Trump's appointee Rosenstein. The warrant was created by FBI officials in the New York office, approved by officials in the Justice Department and FBI - FBI director Wray is a Trump appointee, and ultimately granted by an independent magistrate.

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14 hours ago, Calamari said:

Do you really want that stupid wall? :lol:

Yes I do. Why don’t you want it? Do you believe in open borders? Are you most excited that those from third world countries would like to bring socialism here?

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2 hours ago, Manny said:

Yes I do. Why don’t you want it? Do you believe in open borders? Are you most excited that those from third world countries would like to bring socialism here?

If you are going to lift lines from the 1920s, you should credit your source.

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