Trump Admits He Lied About Ukraine (trumpshrug.gif)

Dalek

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Oct 25, 2017
15,185
Honestly from a complete layman’s POV seems like the best thing you guys can do is buckle up for November and try and avoid reelection.
Oh. Believe me- he's getting re-elected. He has top people working to make sure none of his "work" these past years will be undone by some pesky election. The fix is already in. We can and will vote- but it's not like they don't have a contingency plan against that.
 

Christian

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Oct 25, 2017
5,859
Oh. Believe me- he's getting re-elected. He has top people working to make sure none of his "work" these past years will be undone by some pesky election. The fix is already in. We can and will vote- but it's not like they don't have a contingency plan against that.
Bruh, don’t do this to me. Bruh.
 

Operations

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Oct 29, 2017
492
Has any other Dem candidate besides Warren committed to build a Trump investigation task force? A dedicated unit will be required to follow-up all the impeachable offenses in the pile.
 
Oct 27, 2017
6,691
This is the point in our country where we recognize the coup? Nah, too many comfortable assholes that just want to ignore the president is a brazen criminal and enabled by a power-hungry traitorous political party. It sucks.
 

Dr.Acula

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Oct 25, 2017
5,173
Oh. Believe me- he's getting re-elected. He has top people working to make sure none of his "work" these past years will be undone by some pesky election. The fix is already in. We can and will vote- but it's not like they don't have a contingency plan against that.
He actually doesn't have "top people," he has sycophants and cronies. He worked harder than most previous presidents on the campaign trail during the last mid-terms, constantly attending rallies, totally absent from Washington and foreign trips to stump for countless Republicans. How did that work out?
 

Jersey_Tom

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Dec 2, 2017
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Why wouldn’t he admit it now?

Practically half of the GOP conceded that Trump did damn near everything he was accused of but argued “it’s not impeachable.”

If the Senate is going to give him the greenlight that everything is okay, then why not just be brazen about the whole thing?

It’s a real shame that none of the Dems are as vindictive and petty as Trump, because I’d honestly love to see their reaction when a Dem President starts using all this new executive power granted to the office and cites the Trump precedent.
 

Dr.Acula

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Oct 25, 2017
5,173
Let's say he gets reelected. Any chance of flipping the Senate at impeaching and removing?
There are no models where the Senate goes blue and Trump wins the White House. You'd need people voting in droves for Democrats *and* Trump. There just aren't a lot of people like that out there right now.
 

Foffy

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Oct 25, 2017
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This is always what happens in the Trump Flowchart. Amazing he barely waited a week to come clean. I was expecting him to do this last Friday.
 

THE210

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Nov 30, 2017
498
We. Have. No. Recourse.

Impeachment was the most that could have happened.
Well On the bright side after this administration runs its course we will get changes in the rules and laws around these issues. The problem will be that the new Rules will only be applied to democrats. IMO It’s also likely it will be over far more trivial matters.
 

Tokyo_Funk

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Dec 10, 2018
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Trump lying, Trump admitting what he does and his cult base will hold his flabby ass up and say "I don't care, a hurr durr durrr hyuk"

They don't care, so long as what he does destroys, trolls and glorifies his ego and their sycophantic attachment to him, they just don't care.