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messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 10 May, 2017 10:36

red devil Wrote:
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> Trumpy has fired FBI Director James Comey, over
> the Clinton emails leak. This is going to be
> fun...

Justice for Hillary shouts Trump

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 10 May, 2017 10:40

It's more and more like an episode of the Apprentice isn't it

"Today, President Donald J Trump informed FBI director James Comey that he has been terminated"

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by red devil 10 May, 2017 11:18

Was Trump asking during the election for Russia to hack Clinton a classic case of double bluff?...

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Saffron 10 May, 2017 14:12

Judicial analyst Jeffrey Toobin is likening it to Nixon's firing of Archibald Cox.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by jaywalker 10 May, 2017 21:46

One senses that this is the start of the end-game. Even Fox News last night was in disarray. Pence will be President before the end of the year - this is what the House has always expected and schemed for. Trump was always only a fall guy.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Seabag 11 May, 2017 00:05

jaywalker Wrote:
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> One senses that this is the start of the end-game.
> Even Fox News last night was in disarray. Pence
> will be President before the end of the year -
> this is what the House has always expected and
> schemed for. Trump was always only a fall guy.


It's feeling like a bad nite at the Karaoke.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 11 May, 2017 10:26

They used the word "atrocities" as in committed by Comey.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by rahrahrah 17 May, 2017 21:39

"No politician in history...has been treated worse or more unfairly". He actually, literally, said this. In a speech. In real life. Not as a joke. Without irony. Honestly. This happened.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by maxxi 17 May, 2017 22:13

Even some of his ultra right wing Christian friends are turning against him....

https://screenagekicks.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/framed031hueandcry.jpg
"Begone! Satan!"

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 18 May, 2017 09:29

Putin has come to his rescue and offered to publish the transcript of Lavrov and Trump talking in the White House.

[www.independent.co.uk]

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by red devil 18 May, 2017 09:46

Don't the Americans have their own transcript?...

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by steveo 20 May, 2017 12:04

They won't need to impeach him. We might yet get to see the Donald dragged out of his tower in handcuffs.

A Dutch documentary is dishing the dirt

[youtu.be]

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 20 May, 2017 14:41

I'll miss the Presidents Show when he gets impeached in the same way I missed Brad Bobley when Bob Bradley got fired.

Fear of him has given way to farce.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by red devil 20 May, 2017 15:21

Don't worry, President Pence will bring back the fear...

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by steveo 23 May, 2017 10:04

An interesting article says that the Donald is exhibiting signs of dementia: 'forgetfulness, volatility, irritability, impulsivity and paranoia; anxiety about stairs, poor concentration and degraded syntax... small vocabulary and fragmented sentences.'

The writer says that in 1998, the Don was on Oprah Winfrey and he was 'lucid, coherent - almost articulate.'



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messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by steveo 23 May, 2017 10:14

Yes, still an obnoxious prick but not the idiot we have today


messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by IlonaM 25 May, 2017 20:29

Trump Appears to Push Aside the Leader of Montenegro at NATO family photocall:

[www.nytimes.com]


Says it all really.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by malumbu 25 May, 2017 20:38

Just reminds me of the odd time I travel on the tube (or at a gig) when occasionally someone shoves their way through and even at my advanced age I give them a little shove, elbow, kick. Was gobsmacked - we know the bloke is no statesman but this is just bullying (and makes the nation a laughing stock). Shame the chap from Montenegro didn't deck him one! Wonder what the excuse will be this time.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 26 May, 2017 17:06

Trump on Germany
"Bad, Very Bad"
"Look at the millions of cars they sell in the US, terrible we'll stop it"

Trump misses something here - People want German cars.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Saffron 27 May, 2017 16:20

malumbu Wrote:
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> Just reminds me of the odd time I travel on the
> tube (or at a gig) when occasionally someone
> shoves their way through and even at my advanced
> age I give them a little shove, elbow, kick. Was
> gobsmacked - we know the bloke is no statesman but
> this is just bullying (and makes the nation a
> laughing stock). Shame the chap from Montenegro
> didn't deck him one! Wonder what the excuse will
> be this time.

I'd likeep to think that Mentenegro chap has plotted some super passive agressive revenge. Maybe he's going to swap Trump’s well done steak for rare, or some chocolate cake from poundland.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Saffron 31 May, 2017 10:37

Ladies and gentlemen: covfefe*



*Sadly not coffee flavoured toffee, but could score you bigly on Scrabble.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by rendelharris 31 May, 2017 10:47

http://i.imgur.com/9AmjFKM.png

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 31 May, 2017 12:06

Apparently if his staff keep making up useless jobs for him to do, it stops him watching TV and tweeting.

Maybe a covfefe is a useless job just to keep him occupied



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messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by maxxi 31 May, 2017 13:06

It is well known slang for a robbing git from my home town.*





*Coventry.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by IlonaM 01 June, 2017 21:35

He is a really dangerous and reckless man

[www.nytimes.com]

At least the American voters will have the final say next election – before the US is definitely out.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Lordship 516 02 June, 2017 07:11

Trump has done more for climate change than any other person on the planet - in one stroke he has united the world to reaffirm their commitment to the Paris agreement [& even more] & has even united much of the US in favour of climate change - even the Mayor of Pittsburgh has affirmed their approval of the Paris agreement. We should be greatful to Trump for his good efforts.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by JohnL 02 June, 2017 08:09

Macron: Make our planet great again

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Saffron 02 June, 2017 10:07

Mayor of Pittsburgh Bill Peduto hits back at Trump over Paris: [www.washingtonexaminer.com]

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Saffron 02 June, 2017 10:07

It's 10am on a Friday, and I'm out of popcorn already.

messageRe: A general thread to discuss Trump
Posted by Jenny1 02 June, 2017 10:15

I'm left wondering how far US cities and states might be able to create an alternative power structure in the country. The mayors and governors pledging to support the Paris Accord and the sanctuary city network could act as a model for that. That's the strength of the federal system I guess - it offers a powerful alternative to Presidential control.



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