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Trump throws G-7 into disarray with tweets after he leaves

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-trades-easy-banter-allies-differences-persist-050350738--finance.html

 

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 Lashing out at the longtime U.S. ally and northern neighbor, President Donald Trump tweeted that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is "dishonest & weak" and that the U.S. was pulling back its endorsement of the G-7 summit's communique in part because of what he called Trudeau's "false statements" at a news conference.

What is wrong with this man-child?   He rather to please Russia than our Ally to the North?

 

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The only rational explaination for this behavior is the subject of the Mueller probe

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23 minutes ago, JoyinMudville said:

The only rational explaination for this behavior is the subject of the Mueller probe

Or a Russian agent. If Trump had to choose between his $$$$$ and America, he would pick $$$$.

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15 minutes ago, johnpolitics said:

Or a Russian agent. If Trump had to choose between his $$$$$ and America, he would pick $$$$.

Oh come on, you missed a few $$$$$$$$ signs. We all know that the upcoming meeting with Kim Jung Un is merely a pre-planing meeting for the Trump Pyongyang casino, didn't we all know that?  ;)

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Merkel stared him down and Macron stated that they wouldn't be bullied. Plus G6 rejected Tramp's plea to reinstate "Russher". So the little boy MAGAtard left early with his tail between his legs and had a big spoiled brat hissy fit.

He's the puppet.

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1 hour ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

Merkel stared him down and Macron stated that they wouldn't be bullied. Plus G6 rejected Tramp's plea to reinstate "Russher". So the little boy MAGAtard left early with his tail between his legs and had a big spoiled brat hissy fit.

He's the puppet.

I have NO idea to whom he would be a puppet. I'm not taking up for the sorry POS, but i'll guarantee you that when he leaves office, (and we all know that he will) by law the Secret Service will be required to provide him with lifetime security.

Scary thought, isn't it?  :D

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1 hour ago, blowboatbethesda said:

I have NO idea to whom he would be a puppet. I'm not taking up for the sorry POS, but i'll guarantee you that when he leaves office, (and we all know that he will) by law the Secret Service will be required to provide him with lifetime security.

Scary thought, isn't it?  :D

Tramp may wind up in an orange jumpsuit. If so, the SS can't help him there. He'll then have to live in isolation for his own safety.

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4 minutes ago, soulflower said:

 

 

A picture says a thousand words...

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23 minutes ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

Tramp may wind up in an orange jumpsuit. If so, the SS can't help him there. He'll then have to live in isolation for his own safety.

I'm getting a kinda "wish I could unsee" thing here. ;)  Elaboration would probably get me banned. (ugg)  :P

(Film at 11) 

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Trump's awful, we need to get rid of him,  I don't know if  we can wait for a  recession like Maher's rooting for,  hey maybe we can use that emoluments clause thing? Oh, we tried that  one too, didn't  we? The 25th?  Oh, shoot, we tried  that too. 

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A shame these Euros won't just give President Trump what he asks for.  They really have no choice.

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4 minutes ago, Saticon3 said:

Trump's awful, we need to get rid of him,  I don't know if  we can wait for a  recession like Maher's rooting for,  hey maybe we can use that emoluments clause thing? Oh, we tried that  one too, didn't  we? The 25th?  Oh, shoot, we tried  that too. 

Assuming he's still President in 2020, I will enjoy watching Rightwing Trolls implode wen Trump loses the election...

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Administration desperately trying to place the blame on Trudeau.

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56 minutes ago, Boobie said:

A shame these Euros won't just give President Trump what he asks for.  They really have no choice.

The idiotic statement of the day ...

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1 hour ago, Boobie said:

A shame these Euros won't just give President Trump what he asks for.  They really have no choice.

Appeasing Hitler didn't work either.

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Donald Trump’s Stunning G7 Mental Lapse

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Last night Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced to Radio Free Europe that all seven G7 leaders had agreed to the official summit communique, a lengthy resolution which – among other things – condemned Russia. This obviously included Donald Trump. Less than an hour later, Trump jumped on Twitter to call Trudeau a liar, and announced that he was rejecting it. This means that Trump agreed to a statement and then insisted that it hadn’t happened. Wait a minute – this is stunning.

There are only a few possible explanations here, each more jarring than the next. One is that Donald Trump signed off on the lengthy communique without reading it, and therefore wasn’t aware that it contained a condemnation of Russia. This seems entirely possible, considering his reputation for not wanting to read anything longer than a page. Another possibility is that he signed off on it but doesn’t remember signing it, because his cognitive abilities are that far gone. Then there’s the possibility that he knows what he signed off on, he remembers having done it, he’s lying about it simply because lying is second nature to him, and he’s too stupid to realize how bad this makes him look.

Here’s the trouble: when you sign something, your signature is still there even if you go out and claim you never signed it. Based on Trudeau’s statement, it sounds like Trump may have actually signed the thing. If so, good luck dancing his way around that one, once his signature is produced. Even if there is no signature, there are a room full of people who can confirm that he agreed to the communique.

So what does this make Donald Trump? A flip flopper? A lazy rube? A senile dotard? A pathological liar? All of the above? Only the most incompetent negotiator agrees to a deal, leaves the table, and then after it’s too late to continue negotiating anything, says “Nah, I don’t agree to any of it.” This isn’t some four dimensional chess tactic on Trump’s part. He’s just flailing as he continues to sink. This might be his dumbest moment yet.

 

PALMER REPORT

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10 hours ago, blowboatbethesda said:

I have NO idea to whom he would be a puppet. I'm not taking up for the sorry POS, but i'll guarantee you that when he leaves office, (and we all know that he will) by law the Secret Service will be required to provide him with lifetime security.

Scary thought, isn't it?  :D

Wrong, 

A 1994 statute, (Pub.L. 103–329), limited post-presidential protection to ten years for presidents inaugurated after January 1, 1997.

https://www.google.com/search?q=How+long+does+the+Secret+Service+protect+a+retired+president&ie=&oe=

 

And I am pretty sure if the president is impeached for 'serious felony crimes' his is stripped of everything especially if he is behind bars. But....again this is uncharted territory. This is kind of interesting.....    https://www.quora.com/Would-an-impeached-president-still-receive-benefits-under-the-Former-Presidents-Act-What-about-a-convicted-one-What-about-one-who-resigns-before-conviction

If convicted of a Crime (s)he would be placed in a somewhat unique prison, in the interest of National Security.

Presidents know things other people, even Senators, don't. That's a significant factor in the Presidential Protective details. Even a disgraced President warrants a certain degree of Protection. It would be, unfortunate, for an Ex-President to fall into the wrong hands.

 

Just imagine the secrets Trump might have ….and how he would sell to the hightest bidder....YIKES!

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9 minutes ago, Guido2 said:

Wrong, 

A 1994 statute, (Pub.L. 103–329), limited post-presidential protection to ten years for presidents inaugurated after January 1, 1997.

https://www.google.com/search?q=How+long+does+the+Secret+Service+protect+a+retired+president&ie=&oe=

 

And I am pretty sure if the president is impeached for 'serious felony crimes' his is stripped of everything especially if he is behind bars. But....again this is uncharted territory. This is kind of interesting.....    https://www.quora.com/Would-an-impeached-president-still-receive-benefits-under-the-Former-Presidents-Act-What-about-a-convicted-one-What-about-one-who-resigns-before-conviction

If convicted of a Crime (s)he would be placed in a somewhat unique prison, in the interest of National Security.

Presidents know things other people, even Senators, don't. That's a significant factor in the Presidential Protective details. Even a disgraced President warrants a certain degree of Protection. It would be, unfortunate, for an Ex-President to fall into the wrong hands.

 

Just imagine the secrets Trump might have ….and how he would sell to the hightest bidder....YIKES!

to make ten years he would need to exceed his life expectancy for someone born in 1946....it's possible, but statistically unlikely....

https://www.ssa.gov/oact/tr/2011/lr5a4.html

not sure what prison they would send him to (to be honest he won't go to prison...the optics of an PO(S)TUS in a prison are really bad)......

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10 minutes ago, can you hear me now! said:

to make ten years he would need to exceed his life expectancy for someone born in 1946....it's possible, but statistically unlikely....

https://www.ssa.gov/oact/tr/2011/lr5a4.html

not sure what prison they would send him to (to be honest he won't go to prison...the optics of an PO(S)TUS in a prison are really bad)......

All true....but we can hope. 

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54 minutes ago, michiganjoe said:

Administration desperately trying to place the blame on Trudeau.

must have stabbed him in the back with the pen the giant orange dotard used to sign the document...

what a defense "I signed it, but didn't know what I signed".....

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Trump is a horses axx.

My apologies to all the horses out there for the association. :D

I would have loved it ….if when he showed up ….they told him meeting was already held and to go home. 

Then have the meeting. 

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2 minutes ago, Guido2 said:

Trump is a horses axx.

My apologies to all the horses out there for the association. :D

I would have loved it ….if when he showed up ….they told him meeting was already held and to go home. 

Then have the meeting. 

Well they did have the second half of the meeting without him. ;)

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1 minute ago, WKDWZD said:

Well they did have the second half of the meeting without him. ;)

After the Trump clown car left they probably got some work done. 

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