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Speaking at a political fundraiser at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., on Wednesday night, Trump reiterated his view that the Russian president’s incursion into the sovereign nation was a stroke of “genius.”

“I mean, he’s taking over a country for $2 worth of sanctions,” Trump said. “I’d say that’s pretty smart. He’s taking over a country — literally a vast, vast location, a great piece of land with a lot of people, and just walking right in.” The former president went on to insist that he knew Putin very well and that the crisis would not have happened if he were in office.

Andrew Bates, the White House deputy press secretary, responded with a scathing tweet.

“Two nauseating, fearful pigs who hate what America stands for and whose every action is driven by their their own weakness and insecurity, rubbing their snouts together and celebrating as innocent people lose their lives,” Bates tweeted.

 

 

I hadn't read that last bit before. Fitting.

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Republican members of Congress who refused to hold then-President Donald Trump accountable for delaying congressionally approved military aid to Ukraine are now criticizing President Biden for not providing more military aid to the nation.

 

crazy here

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This useless dipstick (Gavin Williamson) has just been given a knighthood...

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If you were wondering about whether the Russians really influence our social media, compare the list of top Facebook posts from a few weeks ago to this week, when Russia couldn't access its foreign cash reserves. Rather telling.

 

 

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Extremist Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) was roundly mocked on Monday for the ridiculous stretch she made while trying to spin Russia’s invasion of Ukraine into an attack on gun control.

“Remember. Ukraine gave up their nukes in exchange for promises of security,” the conspiracy theorist tweeted, referencing the country’s nuclear disarmament following the end of the Cold War.

“We see how that turned out,” the Donald Trump-adoring gun-lover added. “This is why we must NEVER give up our guns to any government.”

 

 

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Remember when we used to watch video of [shithole country]'s parliamentarians getting into fistfights on the chamber floor?

 

That's what Lolo Bobo and Marjorie Traitor Slothtoe want for America.

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On 3/5/2022, 2:58:58, AlexTr said:

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Not sure but banning Russian oil, that the Republicucks back, will definitely be used against the Democrats.

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Former President Donald Trump has notably not been invited to a high-level annual meeting of conservative leaders and deep-pocketed political donors, CBS News reported.

The World Forum event set for this weekend, sponsored by the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute, will include Brian Deese, President Joe Biden’s top economic adviser, and other Democrats — and several Republicans who have been critical of Trump, according to CBS.

A key speaker at the secretive meeting at an exclusive hotel complex on Georgia’s Sea Island will be Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who has clashed repeatedly with Trump.

Arizona’s Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, who rebuffed pressure from Trump to not certify Biden’s win in his state, will also participate, according to a schedule of the event obtained by CBS.

Some controversial Trump allies — including Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) and Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) — have also been invited.

The nonprofit watchdog Center for Public Integrity has described the gathering as an off-the-record retreat of GOP leaders and “mega-donors.”

Though some AEI members have supported aspects of Trump’s agenda, many appear now to be veering away from him, particularly after his repeated lies of a rigged presidential election in 2020, CBS noted.

AEI is headed by Robert Doar, a Republican and a policy expert on poverty. He has worked for Republicans and for former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a Democrat who has also been a registered Republican and independent.

 

 

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Well, I can guess whom but there's plenty of stiff competition out there.😡

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