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Donald Trump’s Latest Meltdown Reveals That Something Ugly Is About To Drop

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Trump woke up this morning and briefly tried to stay on message about his supposed North Korea summit, which is about as legitimate as his fake presidency. But it then took him all of nineteen minutes to relent and begin melting down about, well, everything. He tweeted this lying quote from a Fox News idiot: “This investigation involved far more surveillance than we ever had any idea about. It wasn’t just a wiretap against a campaign aide…it was secretly gathering information on the Trump Campaign…people call that Spying…this is unprecedented and scandalous.” Then it got even worse.

Trump posted two tweets in a row about the “13 Angry Democrats” who more or less don’t exist. Then, as if his dissolving brain got stuck on repeat, he tweeted the phrase “totally Crooked Campaign of totally Crooked Hillary Clinton.” Then he posted what might be the most unintentionally laugh-out-loud tweet in the history of Twitter: “Sorry, I’ve got to start focusing my energy on North Korea Nuclear, bad Trade Deals, VA Choice, the Economy, rebuilding the Military, and so much more, and not on the Rigged Russia Witch Hunt that should be investigating Clinton/Russia/FBI/Justice/Obama/Comey/Lynch etc.”

Donald Trump only behaves like this – attacking Hillary and Obama, repeating the same phrases over and over – when he’s desperate to create a distraction from whatever he knows is about to surface. So what is it this time? A tape of him plotting with Putin? A Michael Cohen plea deal? Melania is moving in with the Obamas? Who knows – but it must be a big one.

 

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He's paranoid as if he were on cocaine. Everyday it's something fantastic or chaotic  with  him. Last week and beginning this week MSNBC  had been on the 'not so fast Democrats...Trump could still win' kick.  At which time I change the channel from Steve Kornacki  and his 'big board' and Joe Scarborough's latest WP OP ed piece etc. To borrow a phrase from the Trump supporters..."look how wrong they were last time"

Trump is not only a miserable so called 'president' he's a miserable and despicable person. The idea or suggestion that he might win again is a waste of my attention.

Now that people have actially seen his true colors and seen him in the job, he won't win again. This time I'm sure.

November 2018🇱🇷

November 2020🇱🇷

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Mr. Trump has signed 57 laws so far this year, compared with 34 by President Obama at the same point in the midterm year of 2014

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3 minutes ago, Boobie said:

Mr. Trump has signed 57 laws so far this year, compared with 34 by President Obama at the same point in the midterm year of 2014

Oh really? Can you please list them for all of us to see?

 

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1 minute ago, Boobie said:

Mr. Trump has signed 57 laws so far this year, compared with 34 by President Obama at the same point in the midterm year of 2014

That's interesting tidbit.  Can you elaborate on which parties were in control of the house and senate when these events took place? :confused:

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3 minutes ago, Boobie said:

Mr. Trump has signed 57 laws so far this year, compared with 34 by President Obama at the same point in the midterm year of 2014

Lots of changes have to be made to become a dictatorship, boobie.  

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The Dodd-Frank rollback, the VA measure and the “right to try” legislation each address campaign promises made by President  Trump.

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6 minutes ago, Boobie said:

The Dodd-Frank rollback, the VA measure and the “right to try” legislation each address campaign promises made by President  Trump.

You do realize EOs are not signed laws, no?

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17 minutes ago, Boobie said:

Mr. Trump has signed 57 laws so far this year, compared with 34 by President Obama at the same point in the midterm year of 2014

 

13 minutes ago, Norman said:

That's interesting tidbit.  Can you elaborate on which parties were in control of the house and senate when these events took place? :confused:

Hello?

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4 minutes ago, NCBirdfan said:

You do realize EOs are not signed laws, no?

What do you think? LOL.

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Yep... I am sure that meltdown will be followed by an Obama era rollback to distract and make the feeble minded trump supporters happy.

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48 minutes ago, Boobie said:

Mr. Trump has signed 57 laws so far this year, compared with 34 by President Obama at the same point in the midterm year of 2014

More than ANYONE since FDR, he claims.

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Spanish intelligence gave the FBI tapes of Don Jr on the phone with a Russian oligarch and Putin ally who funneled money into the Trump campaign via the NRA.

That might explain it.

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For several weeks, Donald Trump and Michael Cohen have been fighting in court to try to get evidence thrown out that was seized when the FBI raided Cohen’s office. Trump and Cohen have been gradually losing that battle, as the judge appointed a special master to sort out the evidence.

 

Now the special master has decided to hand over roughly a million of Cohen’s electronic records to prosecutors. While the federal investigation into Cohen is being led by the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of New York, the evidence will also be available by default to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

 

So now we’re sudenly looking at a situation where SDNY has a metric ton of damning evidence against Michael Cohen, which should sharply boost the odds of Cohen reluctantly concluding that he needs to cut a plea deal. And Robert Mueller appears to be getting his hands on evidence of Cohen and Donald Trump conspiring together, as he continues to build a criminal case against Trump.

http://www.palmerreport.com/analysis/donald-trump-has-a-million-new-problems-today-and-roseanne-is-only-one-of-them/10460/

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2 hours ago, can you hear me now! said:

this is rather interesting...let's see if this has legs....

Of course it has legs. We've also learned that Trump Jr lied to Congress during sworn testimony. That's a crime.

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If you’re familiar with Senator Chris Coons of Delaware, you know he’s not a raging partisan or a bomb-thrower. I don’t think the Republicans in the Senate see him that way either and I suspect he has a lot of good relationships with folks on the other side of the aisle. So, when he says that he believes that Donald Trump Jr. perjured himself while being questioned by Senate Judiciary Committee staff investigators, he’s not playing a game of gotcha and I don’t think he will be perceived as trying to score political points.

His letter spells out his concerns, and they’re pretty basic. Trump Jr. denied that he was was aware of any foreign governments or foreign nationals offering help to his father’s campaign. That’s inconsistent with reporting that came out on May 19th in the New York Times. Apparently, both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates very explicitly offered to help the Trump campaign, and they did so through a known pedophile named George Nader who is now cooperating with the Mueller investigator. Not only that, but the pitch came in meeting in Trump Tower that was chaired by Donald Trump Jr.

Now, Sen. Coons is being fairly restrained about this. He isn’t screaming “perjury” at the top of his lungs. He’s saying that the evidence suggests that Trump Jr. provided “false testimony” which is illegal under Section 18 U.S.C. § 1001 of the criminal code. He thinks that Chairman Chuck Grassley should invite Trump Jr. back to clarify his prior testimony, which seems like a pretty generous offer. Of course, Coons thinks this should be done in a public hearing rather than a private one conducted by staff.

https://washingtonmonthly.com/2018/05/25/donald-trump-jr-lied-to-the-senate-judiciary-committee/

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18 hours ago, Boobie said:

Mr. Trump has signed 57 laws so far this year, compared with 34 by President Obama at the same point in the midterm year of 2014

He's  still dead last among modern presidents and he has both Houses:

"We have signed more legislation than anybody. We broke the record of Harry Truman."

FALSE.  

John F. Kennedy        684

Dwight Eisenhower   514

George H.W. Bush    242

Jimmy Carter            241

Richard M. Nixon     211

Bill Clinton               209

Barack Obama        118

Ronald Reagan       108

George W. Bush      102

Donald Trump           94

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2017/dec/29/donald-trump/has-donald-trump-signed-more-bills-anyone-no/

 

 

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3 hours ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

Carpal Tunnel...

Easy fix...pencil held in the mouth and letters pecked onto the keyboard. 

 

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18 hours ago, Norman said:

That's interesting tidbit.  Can you elaborate on which parties were in control of the house and senate when these events took place? :confused:

Both the 112th Congress (January 3, 2011 – January 3, 2013) and 113th Congress ( January 3, 2013 – January 3, 2015) were split, The House was controlled by Repubs and the Dems controlled the Senate.

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1 minute ago, SpiceGIrl said:

Both the 112th Congress (January 3, 2011 – January 3, 2013) and 113th Congress ( January 3, 2013 – January 3, 2015) were split, The House was controlled by Repubs and the Dems controlled the Senate.

Thanks...and for the period of Mr Trumps that he was touting?

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4 minutes ago, Norman said:

Thanks...and for the period of Mr Trumps that he was touting?

We all know the repubs have had both houses of Congress ever since 2014.

According to CNN, Trump signed 117 bills into law in 2017 with that setup.

Trump thinks it's a contest, it's not.  Quality over quantity should be his guide in the future, doubtful.

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24 minutes ago, Norman said:

Thanks...and for the period of Mr Trumps that he was touting?

He's comparing 6 months of Obama's sixth year to 6 months of Trump's second year.  

Apples to apples would be that Obama signed ObamaCare and Trump failed to sign TrumpCare.

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Well I have to say, I'm very disappointed in the Boobie for his lack of truth and refusal to come back and back up his statements.  :(  I had such high hopes for him!  Another role model down the drain.:unsure:

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