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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnygirl View Post
    Good god he looks like a cross between Swamp Thing and Big Foot. His Log O Spam head is ginormous.

    Jimmy Kimmel did a hilarious bit last nite I have to post the video. He made a Mar-A-Lego set and someone had a contact at LEGO because they made real action figure faces of the entire Whitehouse and his klan. BRB.
    These pictures make it apparent that his fingers are not the only small parts of his anatomy. Tiny brain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmeringGlow View Post
    Shimmering you've got to read this thread. Issac Hayes III tweeted this above picture and the replies in his thread have me on the floor. I'm gonna wake up my whole damn house from laughing.

    My favorite tweet:
    "White is this new Black""


    Issac reported there was literally only a handful of black people who where there in Atlana for the Trump Black Panther Rally lol. The rest were whities and journalists who showed up for this shitshow. People were saying Trump fucked up traffic and created all sorts of hassels for the locals.

    Here's another fav reply in his twitter feed. Someome did an image search of these 2 old fools and it came up as "Cos play" lol Cos play literally sums up his entire base



    https://mobile.twitter.com/IsaacHaye...42673046147077
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    ^^^ Omg, that is hysterical!!!
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    Alabama had not lost a home game in four years, winning 31 straight. Then Trump came, and they cheered him, and they lost. #ETTD

    https://mobile.twitter.com/gregolear...25076982247425
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmeringGlow View Post
    Alabama had not lost a home game in four years, winning 31 straight. Then Trump came, and they cheered him, and they lost. #ETTD

    https://mobile.twitter.com/gregolear...25076982247425
    That's pretty damn appropriate - Many of Trump's most virulent supporters are the people who will be the most damaged by his policies. Like lemmings leaping to their own deaths.

    (Wait, does he have any actual policies?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmeringGlow View Post
    Alabama had not lost a home game in four years, winning 31 straight. Then Trump came, and they cheered him, and they lost. #ETTD

    https://mobile.twitter.com/gregolear...25076982247425

    Omg that is really BAD news because even I know how important and legendary Roll Tide is. Ha ha ha, when that fat lump of clean coal showed up they should have chanted FatRoll Tide.


    When I originally saw this making the rounds I just assumed was a photoshopped dream. Nope. The Good Liars actually switched the book covers at a Barnes & Noble. mad respect!!


    A New York City Barnes & Noble was the site of a prank performed by comedy group The Good Liars. The release of the greasiest Trump’s new memoir (which spends most of its ghost-written pages complaining about being a victim) seems to have inspired the fun.



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    We changed the cover of @DonaldJTrumpJr’s book to make it a little more honest and put them up in @BNBuzz. You're welcome, Junior! #DonnyLovesDaddycc: @realDonaldTrump






    3:14 PM - 7 Nov 2019



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    As expected, retaliation.Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who gave a bombshell testimony in the House impeachment investigation last month on President Donald Trump’s Ukraine scheme, will be removed from his post at the White House National Security Council.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/JuliaDavisNews/status/1193625207954690049

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    I guess he's having trouble forming words while being drowned out by the protesters.


    https://twitter.com/atrupar/status/1193914693032779779



    From the pool report re: Trump's Veterans Day speech in NYC: "In the windows of one of the glass office towers looming above the park, large letters are taped in the windows spelling out, one one floor, 'IMPEACH,’ and, several floors above, 'CONVICT.'"

    https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/sta...20075868393472



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    Were they where he could see them? That would make my day.
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    Donald Trump Jr caught in the middle of far-right insurgency


    Extremists are using many of the same gadfly tactics Trump deployed against Democrats, and allies fear 2020 fallout



    The far-right activists who jeered Donald Trump Jr off a stage in California on Sunday are part of a bloc of white nationalists who embraced Trump’s father on his ascent to the White House but are now causing multiple headaches for the president’s friends, allies and family as his campaign for re-election gathers pace.
    Donald Trump Jr walks out of Triggered book launch after heckling – from supportersThe extremists have launched an insurgent campaign to thrust their views in the faces of key Trump supporters – some of whom have reputations of their own for political views flirting with the fringes of the permissible. Seeking to command attention and force a response, they are using many of the same gadfly tactics Trump has deployed against Democrats and the left.



    Their fury at being denied an opportunity to ask questions at an event promoting Trump Jr’s book Triggered, and their willingness to shout the house down, are just the latest sign of acrimony ripping at the right flank of the fabled Trump base.
    In the last two weeks alone, followers of Nick Fuentes – a 21-year-old YouTube provocateur who offers supporters a diet of derogatory remarks about black, gay and Jewish people and has questioned the Holocaust – have repeatedly heckled the head of a key pro-Trump student organization, Turning Point USA; accused the Trump administration, however improbably, of being soft on immigration; and picked a fight with the erstwhile White House adviser and Trump loyalist Sebastian Gorka.

    When Gorka – who has himself been accused of antisemitism, among other sins – said he found Fuentes’s views on the Holocaust “chilling”, Fuentes responded in a tweet that Gorka was “a fat mutton-headed buffoon and a prostitute for Israel”.


    Gorka is one of a number of Trump surrogates and supporters who have found such provocations impossible to ignore. They have been particularly concerned to put as much daylight as possible between their own positions and those of the extremists who variously call themselves alt-right, paleoconservative or foot soldiers in a “groyper war”, a reference to a rightwing meme.
    “Donald Trump has nothing to do with these so-called, self-proclaimed America First asshats,” the former editor of Breitbart News, Ben Shapiro, told a conservative forum at Stanford University last week in a speech originally intended to target Trump’s more familiar adversaries on the political left.
    Shapiro quoted Fuentes without naming him and described his supporters as a “bunch of masturbating losers living in your mother’s basement” who only pretended to support Trump and were out for as much attention as they could muster.

    “Trump is many things,” Shapiro insisted. “He is not a white supremacist, and he is not an antisemite.”

    Shapiro’s problem in making this argument is that the racist far right was in fact openly enthusiastic about Trump when he ran for president in 2016, and Trump initially punted when invited to disavow their support.
    Later, when the notorious “Unite the Right” protest in Charlottesville in 2017 resulted in the death of counter-protester Heather Heyer, Trump’s reaction was to say there were “very fine people on both sides” – a widely condemned expression of moral equivalence Trump himself has recently sought to play down.
    Shapiro faced his own band of Fuentes-admiring hecklers at Stanford, but kept talking as they were escorted out by security guards.
    “I’m literally condemning Nazis,” he said, incredulously, “and you’re telling me to leave? Do you hear yourselves?”


    Trump Jr and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, had notably less success in maintaining control in the university lecture hall where they appeared on Sunday. Guilfoyle told the protesters they were being “rude and disruptive and discourteous” and added: “I bet you engage in … online dating because you’re impressing no one here to get a date in person.”
    She and Trump Jr abandoned the event moments later.
    A triumphant Fuentes denied that he was only a pretend Trump supporter and said the person his followers were targeting was not Trump Jr but the Turning Point USA founder, Charlie Kirk, who appeared on stage as a featured speaker but did not say a word.
    “Our problem is not with Donald Trump Jr who is a patriot – we are supporters of his father!” Fuentes wrote on Twitter. “Our problem is with Charlie Kirk’s TPUSA organization that SHUTS DOWN and SMEARS socially conservative Christians and supporters of President Trump’s agenda.”

    Trump’s allies worry that this public feuding can only dampen his base’s enthusiasm and embolden his Democratic party challengers for the presidency. It seems likely, too, that the more extreme elements who backed Trump last time might think twice before doing so again. Two Fuentes supporters at Sunday’s book event said they were likely to sit out 2020 and not bother to vote at all.

    https://amp.theguardian.com/world/20...-son-explained



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    House Republicans lay out central defenses of Trump in memo ahead of public impeachment hearings

    By Phil Mattingly, Manu Raju and Veronica Stracqualursi, CNN

    Updated 10:33 AM EST, Tue November 12, 2019



    Washington(CNN)The Republican staff on the three panels involved in the impeachment investigation have drafted a detailed memo, circulated to GOP members of all three committees and obtained by CNN, outlining their defense of President Donald Trump.
    Using witness testimony from the closed-door depositions, as well as public reporting, the memo attempts to undercut several key arguments made by Democrats outlining the alleged culpability of Trump in his actions toward Ukraine, particularly in his decision to place a hold on US security assistance to the country in exchange for investigations into his political rival.
    The memo marks the most centralized and detailed effort to lay out the Republican counterargument to impeachment that has been crafted and will serve as the baseline for members to utilize in their defense of Trump as the impeachment probe moves into public hearings on Wednesday.


    The four central defenses, which are detailed over the course of the memo, are as follows:

    • The July 25 call summary "shows no conditionality or evidence of pressure."
    • Ukrainian "President (Volodymyr) Zelensky and President Trump have both said there was no pressure on the call."
    • "The Ukrainian government was not aware of the hold on U.S. assistance" during the July 25 call.
    • The security assistance hold was lifted on September 11.

    "These four key points undercut the Democrat impeachment narrative that President Trump leveraged U.S. security assistance and a presidential meeting to force Ukraine to investigate the President's political rivals," the memo reads.
    During the July 25 phone call, Zelensky brought up US military assistance to Ukraine, which has been at the center of US policy since Russia and its proxies invaded Eastern Ukraine in 2014, telling Trump that he was interested in buying additional anti-tank missiles from the US.
    "I would like you to do us a favor though," Trump then says, according to a rough White House transcript. He then asks Zelensky to investigate a debunked conspiracy theory about the 2016 election and allegations of corruption by the Bidens, despite no evidence of wrongdoing.
    The call was included in a whistleblower's complaint that Trump abused his official powers "to solicit interference" from Ukraine in the upcoming 2020 election, and that the White House took steps to cover it up.
    Trump has denied any wrongdoing and has insisted the call with Zelensky was "perfect."
    Other US officials, however, got the sense that there was a quid pro quo linking US military aidto the Ukrainian investigations, according to their sworn testimony before the House committees.
    This included Bill Taylor, the top US diplomat in Ukraine, who had testified that it was his "clear understanding" that US security aid to Ukraine wouldn't be released unless Zelensky announced he would investigate Trump's political rivals.
    Republicans say they are planning to build the case in their line of questioning that Taylor didn't have a "clear understanding" of what Trump wanted -- and that his testimony that Trump wanted "everything" withheld until Ukraine announced political investigations is based on a "game of telephone," according to a source involved in the planning.
    Similarly, they plan to make that a key focus of their questioning on Wednesday of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent -- that he didn't have direct knowledge of Trump's motivations.
    Republicans say they don't plan to be overly aggressive with Taylor and Kent -- like the way they were with Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen -- but plan to press these two witnesses in ways to sow doubt about their understanding of what was happening in the White House.


    Building on the 18-page staff memo circulated Tuesday morning, Republican sources say they are trying to turn the argument to the substance after weeks of making it about the process. But expect Republicans to complain at Wednesday's hearing about House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff's handling of the proceedings.
    On Twitter Tuesday, Trump echoed some of the Republicans' defense, pointing to Zelensky's comments that there was "no pressure" placed on him to investigate the Bidens.
    Trump claimed that the focus of the inquiry is based on second- and third-hand witnesses -- despite many of the witnesses who have testified behind closed doors having first-hand knowledge of potentially improper administration actions regarding US military aid to Ukraine.
    The President also reiterated his call Tuesday for former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, to testify.
    This story has been updated.
    CNN's Marshall Cohen and Jeremy Herb contributed to this report.
    https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/11/12/p...nse/index.html


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    “I bet you engage in … online dating because you’re impressing no one here to get a date in person.”
    He's too stupid to even have a semi-decent insult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeSlice View Post
    He's too stupid to even have a semi-decent insult.

    That gem of a quote is from his girlfriend, Kimberly.

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    Breaking via NBC: John Bolton derided Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner during a private speech last week and suggested Trump's approach to U.S. policy on Turkey is motivated by personal or financial interests, several people who were present told NBC News.

    "According to six people who were there, Bolton also questioned the merits of Trump applying his business acumen to foreign policy, saying such issues can't be approached like the win-or-lose edict that drives real estate deals: When one doesn't work, you move on to the next."

    https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/sta...06424467316736
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    The Trump administration's Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Conflict and Stability Operations is a literal con-artist. No degree. No genuine professional experience. Just a failed music career, a fake TIME Magazine cover and a scam nonprofit.



    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/don...cover-n1080356
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