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2 minutes ago, Lil Nel said:

I "liked" it for you and me, baloney.☺

It's 0515 and I've used up my three "likes" for the day.  Sigh

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I absolutely love how silent Trumpsters are regarding the other liar, Paul Manafort.

You know, the former Trump campaign manager that the judge referred to as a "hardened criminal."

Now, Daisy, Manafort is angling for a pardon.

But I think prosecutors have set things up, in such a way, that that will not happen.

I wish Trumpsters would see the pattern which has emerged from the Mueller investigation.

Trump surrounds himself with people like Cohen and Manafort, who are immoral and greedy.

They will do anything for a payday.

Same thing with disgraced General Flynn.

Anything for a payday. The judge in his case said he sold out his country.

When you have dirty deeds, that need to be done, who do you call?

Those who are willing to do anything for a buck.

See the pattern, Daisy and Dude?

It is right in front of you.

And it is an old story.

It is exactly how criminal syndicates are run.

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I guess Trumpsters also missed another part of Cohen's revelations, and that involves his insinuation that Trump is facing multiple legal issues, not yet known to the general public.

Looking forward to more information.

Isn't it funny that someone who calls himself a "deal maker," can't close a deal?

Nope.

Trump can't close a deal with Kim.

He couldn't close a deal with Congress on his wall.

He couldn't close a deal to keep the government open.

Is there anything he CAN do?

Oh, right, lie.

But I guess when you are easily caught in lies, you aren't even good at lying.

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Wow.

Two Republicans want Michael Cohen investigated for perjury, over his testimony yesterday, involving his denial of lobbying for a WH job.

Yes.

That was take away for Jim Jordan of OH and Mark Meadows of NC.

To be clear, Mark Meadows is a member of the Freedom Caucus, as conservative a group of lawmakers as you can get, and a true Trumpster.

He once put out in the universe that Obama should go back to Kenya.

Yep. These two morons don't believe Cohen didn't relish an opportunity to work at a failed WH.

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I was amused by Sean Hannity's attempt to sound like a journalist at Trump's press conference.  It was evident that Trump was avoiding American journalists in an attempt to avoid difficult questions. 

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2 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

I guess it takes a lawsuit to attempt to correct a mistake.  How telling it is that this is published more then a month after it should have been, and on a Friday evening.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/washington-post-publishes-editors-note-on-covington-controversy-coverage

There's also a link in the same story that even a Fox News analyst says their mistake doesn't warrant "malice" and certainly not 250 million to the kid.  They reported as did a lot of news organizations what they knew at the time and what appeared on the video they were reporting on.  Many later corrected themselves and reported the full story and the kid's side of the story.  

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Wouldn't Sean Hannity's "interview" with Trump characterized by leading questions and preformed conclusions qualify as misbehaving media? Isn't it misbehavior for Hannity to tell Trump how those hush payments went down rather than letting Trump lie all on his own? 

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3 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Wouldn't Sean Hannity's "interview" with Trump characterized by leading questions and preformed conclusions qualify as misbehaving media? Isn't it misbehavior for Hannity to tell Trump how those hush payments went down rather than letting Trump lie all on his own? 

Maybe.  I didn't see it and you didn’t provide any examples.  So, hard to tell.

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3 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

Maybe.  I didn't see it and you didn’t provide any examples.  So, hard to tell.

Here's the interview.   I think what we have to remember is that Hannity is a good friend and isn't really a journalist.  A serious journalist would say this is a misstep perhaps.  

 

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