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1 hour ago, SC_RNDude said:

The trade deficit grew in large part because the economy is doing so well.  

Gee, dude.

Do you think the 1,700 GM workers, who are losing their jobs at the end of the week, in Youngstown will be voting for Trump, if he manages to appear on the 2020 ballot?

Just curious.

 

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1 hour ago, SC_RNDude said:

Mueller pretty much had a free reign to investigate anyone for whatever he wanted.  For two years.  So, I ask again, what is Congress going to find out that he couldn’t?

Yep, just another ploy to try and set up a scenario for impeachment.  Keep this nonsense in the spotlight. They must really be worried about Trump being re-elected.

No.

It is about reigning in, and holding responsible the Criminal Cabal that is Trump and Friends.

It is sad you only possess loyalty to own narrow self-interests dude, and none to country.

Very sad, indeed.

Reminds me a lot of DJT.

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2 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

I’m pleasantly surprised that even you recognize that these investigations are nothing more than attempt to change public perception.  The only way to impeach Trump is to drive down his approval ratings into the toilet so that the Senate Republicans abandon him.

The Democrats have been wildly unsuccessful at that.  Yet, they are going to try again. 

 

 

I admitted no such thing. 

The Senate Republicans should abandon him because he is a corrupt criminal and liar rather than because he is unpopular. Blaming Democrats for the blind loyalty of Republicans to a charlatan and grifter is imaginative but desperate. 

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2 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

Mueller pretty much had a free reign to investigate anyone for whatever he wanted.  For two years.  So, I ask again, what is Congress going to find out that he couldn’t?

Yep, just another ploy to try and set up a scenario for impeachment.  Keep this nonsense in the spotlight. They must really be worried about Trump being re-elected.

Congress hasn't been secretive of their plans for investigation.  Your insincere question could be answered easily with but a few moments efforts and reading. Your impatience with the length of time is noted for the hypocritical nonsense that it is. You were perfectly content with the lengthy investigations into Benghazi and whatever else seemed like a chance to discredit Clinton. Republicans wasted years and millions of dollars with no crimes found and no criminals indicted.  That's not the case now, is it? 

You keep worrying about impeachment when the actual risk for the Trumps is indictment. 

Every patriot should be concerned about having a corrupt and weak man in the presidency. 

Finally, why would you speak about the Mueller investigation as if it is completed and has reported finding nothing? Implying that Mueller could find nothing sounds ignorant given the disgusting level of dishonest and criminal behavior he has already exposed in Trump's campaign. 

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Mueller is charged with discovering who Russia worked with to interfere in our 2016 election. A number of key Trump campaign staff were engaged with Russians during the campaign. Trump was personally pursuing a very big business deal in Moscow which he concealed from the voters. Mueller will keep tossing the crimes not directly related to his objective to other jurisdictions. 

Congress is interested in all the ways Trump abuses the law. It sounds like insurance and bank fraud are going to be hot topics.  Tax evasion is a real possibility for inquiries. There's always obstruction of justice and witness tampering to consider. 

These investigations aren't about impeachment. They are about holding a corrupt and criminally inclined liar accountable. 

 

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8 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

The trade deficit grew in large part because the economy is doing so well.  

As a Trump supporter I would expect you to know that high trade deficits are the premise of his America First policy.

As a Trump supporter, I would expect you to know that he called high trade deficits unsustainable, and the result of failed policies.

So, are you ignorant or lying, dude?

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Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chair will be sentenced today.

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5 hours ago, Lil Nel said:

As a Trump supporter I would expect you to know that high trade deficits are the premise of his America First policy.

As a Trump supporter, I would expect you to know that he called high trade deficits unsustainable, and the result of failed policies.

So, are you ignorant or lying, dude?

As I tried to illustrate in another thread, it’s too early to judge.  And, the recent increase in the deficit is due to a strong US economy and in large part to a faltering China economy.

“Several global economic factors explain the widening of the deficit last year. China’s slowdown has reduced consumer appetite for American goods, as has slowing growth in Europe. The strength of the dollar in global currency markets has made it cheaper for American consumers to buy foreign-made goods, and more difficult for foreign customers to buy American-made ones.”

The quote from above comes from a article in the New York Times.

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2 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

You can believe what you prefer.  There's no question that Trump deserves impeachment and that he could have been impeached nearly immediately.  So if you want to characterize this as all about impeachment for some reason, feel free. It seems important top you. 

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"Their intention is impeachment regardless of the facts, and it should be the opposite way," said Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., the Republican whip in the House. "I think the American people are tired of that kind of harassment of the president."

 

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed Nadler's new probe as a "fishing expedition" — "a disgraceful and abusive investigation."

It's clear that you aren't alone in those sentiments, eh? We can proudly count your opinion among those of partisan politicians and public liars for the POTUS. I recallwhen Mr Scalise was outraged that Clinton wasn't jailed for her email server, remember that? 

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"There shouldn't be one set of rules for political elites like the Clintons and another for everyday Americans."

Funny thing that Mr Scalise doesn't have similar feelings about the Trump's. Maybe it's because they aren't perceived by Republicans as elite as they utilize personal servers while engaging in nepotism, and lawless behavior. 

Meanwhile, with a relative inability to defend the crime family in any other way, supporters like yourself are left with posturing about impeachment as if it is something unheard of in conservative politics. A review of even the Wikipedia recollection of that topic during the previous presidency serves to dress most conservative opinion on the matter of a Trump impeachment in a very nice shade of wild hypocrisy.

My bet is that the Trump family hopes that the overarching congressional interest is impeachment and not indictment for crimes. 

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34 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

You can believe what you prefer.  There's no question that Trump deserves impeachment and that he could have been impeached nearly immediately.  So if you want to characterize this as all about impeachment for some reason, feel free. It seems important top you. 

It's clear that you aren't alone in those sentiments, eh? We can proudly count your opinion among those of partisan politicians and public liars for the POTUS. I recallwhen Mr Scalise was outraged that Clinton wasn't jailed for her email server, remember that? 

Funny thing that Mr Scalise doesn't have similar feelings about the Trump's. Maybe it's because they aren't perceived by Republicans as elite as they utilize personal servers while engaging in nepotism, and lawless behavior. 

Meanwhile, with a relative inability to defend the crime family in any other way, supporters like yourself are left with posturing about impeachment as if it is something unheard of in conservative politics. A review of even the Wikipedia recollection of that topic during the previous presidency serves to dress most conservative opinion on the matter of a Trump impeachment in a very nice shade of wild hypocrisy.

My bet is that the Trump family hopes that the overarching congressional interest is impeachment and not indictment for crimes. 

Not so much concerned about impeachment as I am just trying to show the less astute what’s going on.

We’ve been told for two years that Mueller should be left to do what he’s going to do to get to the bottom of everything.

Now that he’s gotten to the bottom of everything and nothing’s there, it’s time for another investigation.

I think the lunatic left and their supporters are overplaying their hand.  They’re going to keep playing the Trump is a criminal card.  The country is going to get tired of them crying wolf.

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