President Donald J. Trump

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57 minutes ago, jeremytwo said:

Oh dear...

 

 

 

 

 

Oh Dear...

 

What`s the betting Trump withdraws this lawsuit but not until he`s used it to whip up his base and idiots like J2 at his rallys.

Also would he not have to testify under oath,if so I think that`s the last thing he or his advisors  want him to do.

 

Talking of Trumps advisors and idiots.

The is the man Trump unbelievably gave a presidential medal of freedom to..

https://news.yahoo.com/limbaugh-and-trump-fuel-coronavirus-conspiracy-theories-202831981.html

 

I`m sure J2 believes this conspiracy implicitly but ffs.

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9 minutes ago, Krieg said:

 

The guy who screwed up in the past with the HIV outbreak, same guy who advocated that lung cancer was not linked to smoking,   Yep, good idea.

Don`t forget the "pray away AIDS" thing too.

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Oh dear. Newly released and pardoned by Trump Blago (Dem) is singing about [Hussein]...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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if you want evidence of how down to earth POTUS is just listen to this. I love this guy.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, jeremytwo said:

if you want evidence of how down to earth POTUS is just listen to this. I love this guy.

 

 

 

Down to earth?

 

Really? Is that the best you can think of ?

 

you are seriously not right in the head..

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So all the people who lost their jobs at the CDC are just waiting around to be called back instead of working new jobs?

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President Donald Trump defended his huge budget cuts to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention during a Wednesday press conference on the federal government's response to the coronavirus.

He said it was easy to bolster the public-health agency and cited his business approach toward running the federal government.

"I'm a businessperson. I don't like having thousands of people around when you don't need them," Trump said. "When we need them, we can get them back very quickly."

The president said some of the experts targeted by the cuts "hadn't been used for many years" and that additional federal money and new medical staffers could be obtained swiftly since "we know all the good people."...

 

 

the rest

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Of course they won't comply because they are above the law but-

 

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The House Judiciary committee has demanded that Attorney General William Barr hands over any messages President Donald Trump sent about the sentencing of his longtime friend Roger Stone, and also requested interviews with the four career prosecutors who quit the case after the president intervened to demand a lighter jail sentence.

In a letter released Friday morning, committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler made the urgent request to Barr and said that recent events at the Department of Justice were “deeply troubling.” Nadler urged Barr to hand over any communications showing “improper political interference, including by President Trump” in a string of recent cases.

Nadler asked that Barr make available for interview 15 different current and former officials, including the four career prosecutors—Aaron Zelinsky, Adam Jed, Jonathan Kravis, and Michael Marando—who quit the Stone case after Department of Justice headquarters stepped in to override their recommended prison sentence and push for a shorter term.

The prosecutors told a federal judge earlier this month to sentence Stone to seven to nine years in prison for lying to Congress, witness tampering, and obstructing a congressional probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. After some very angry Trump tweets, the DoJ announced it would override that recommendation—and a federal judge eventually sentenced the Republican operative to 40 months in prison.

As well as asking for copies of any communications between Trump and White House officials related to the Stone case, Nadler made the same request of two other high profile interventions: the softening of ex Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s sentencing recommendation, and the overruling of a decision to send former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort to the notoriously brutal Riker’s Island prison.

 

 

here

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Donald Trump asked medical experts if coronavirus could be treated with a flu vaccine that already exists at a meeting with pharmaceutical executives on Monday.

The Trump administration called the meeting to discuss early work for developing a vaccine for the virus, which has killed more the 3,000 people and infected nearly 90,000 worldwide.

However, the president appeared to not understand basic information about how a vaccine is tested or produced and had to be repeatedly corrected by public health officials.

When Leonard Schleifer, the CEO of biotechnology company Regeneron, noted that millions of people are vaccinated for the flu, Mr Trump interrupted and asked if the same vaccine could be used for coronavirus.

“You take a solid flu vaccine, you don't think that would have an impact, or much of an impact, on corona?” he said.

“No… probably none,” Mr Schleifer replied.

 

 

nuff said

 

ETA - You would think Trump would know the meaning of quid pro quo by now -

 

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President Donald Trump called Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar's decision to drop out of the race a “quid pro quo," after they endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.

 

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1 hour ago, tor said:

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Don´t get me excited, babe! See you in Hamburg next week!

:lol:

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