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« on: March 11, 2017, 08:05:35 pm »


…he failed to do so!   



from The Washington Post....

A reporter asked President Trump repeatedly
for evidence of wiretapping. He didn't answer.


It's been almost a week since Donald Trump claimed that
he had been wiretapped last year by President Obama.


By PETER W. STEVENSON | 2:12PM EST - Friday, March 10, 2017

President Trump repeatedly ignored reporters' questions about his claim that former president Barack Obama ordered a wiretap during the 2016 presidential campaign, on March 10th at the White House. — Photograph: Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post.
President Trump repeatedly ignored reporters' questions about his claim that former president Barack Obama ordered a wiretap
during the 2016 presidential campaign, on March 10th at the White House. — Photograph: Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post.


PRESIDENT TRUMP tweeted almost a week ago that he “just found out” that former president Barack Obama wiretapped him during the 2016 election.



He followed up with tweets directly accusing Obama of being involved, calling the former president a “bad (or sick) guy!”

The accusations, and Trump's assertion that he “just found out” about the alleged wiretapping, were so direct that onlookers quickly asked, “Where's the evidence?” Obama quickly denied that he had ordered a wiretap of the Trump campaign, so it would have helped Trump's case to provide some — any — evidence.

So far, he hasn't.

That's why, in a short photo op on Friday at the White House, reporters pressed him for that evidence. In the video (see the link below), you can hear ABC's Jonathan Karl repeatedly, and bluntly, asking Trump if he had any evidence at all to support his accusations. And other reporters shouted questions about former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his ties to Turkey.


VIDEO: Trump repeatedly ignores reporters' questions about wiretap claims

But handlers and security officers quickly began to usher the press out of the room, using a phrase — “thank you, press” — that seems polite, but really means, “It's time to stop asking questions and leave.”

Trump ignored the questions, then shared a joke with Representative Greg Walden (Republican-Oregon).

And just that quickly, the room went quiet, and the press filed out, leaving the public wondering about the same question Karl asked over and over: Does Trump actually have any evidence to back up his claim?


• Peter Stevenson covers national politics for The Fix at The Washington Post.

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« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2017, 12:12:58 am »



His security found hidden bugs all over trump tower
even the press were saying he was bugged

you dont keep up with the real news do you lol

He has the proof, he's trolling the stupid press he will show it when he's good and ready
trump is a very busy man creating tons of new jobs doing great.
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« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2017, 12:21:29 am »


So why is Trump unable to produce any evidence?

Why does he ignore reporters who ask him to put up the proof?

A reporter gave Donald Trump the chance on Friday to show he isn't full of shit.

The Donald chose to remain silent, which shows he is full of shit.

Only stupid Trump supporters in America and dumbarses from Woodville are gullible enough to believe bullshit which spouts from Trump's mouth without proof.
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« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2017, 12:21:51 am »


from The Washington Post....

Just another three hours at the Trump White House

The media's day: Yelled at, goofed on, joined by a conspiracy website.

By PHILIP BUMP | 3:57PM EST - Friday, March 10, 2017

President Trump speaks as he sits next to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (Republican-Texas), left, and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden (Republican-Oregon) during a health-care discussion at the White House on March 10th. — Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post.
President Trump speaks as he sits next to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (Republican-Texas), left,
and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden (Republican-Oregon) during a health-care discussion
at the White House on March 10th. — Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post.


11:44 a.m.: The White House press corps is invited into a conversation President Trump was hosting with House Republicans in the Roosevelt Room at the White House. The subject was the health-care bill hustling its way to the House floor; the president used the occasion to outline several arguments for the bill's passage with the media in attendance.

About 12:30 p.m.: The president thanks the pool, indicating that they should leave. Reporters, including ABC's Jonathan Karl, try to use the occasion to ask Trump questions, instead of simply observing the interaction with the House members. Trump ignores them. White House staff try to usher reporters out.




According to the pool report from Roll Call's John Bennett, the effort to get the press to leave the room is joined by an unexpected party. “One of Trump's personal security men entered the Roosevelt Room from a door behind the pool and began yelling loudly for us to clear out,” Bennett wrote.

Trump had private security personnel in his employ staffing him at rallies over the course of the campaign, alongside the Secret Service. In January, he announced that one of them, Keith Schiller, would join him at the White House to serve as a deputy assistant. It was Schiller who struck a protester in the face outside Trump Tower in September 2015 after the protester tried to reclaim a sign Schiller had snatched away.




Bennett later clarified that it was Schiller who'd yelled at the assembled press. He asked the White House for more details on the interaction, receiving a statement: “The staff asked the press to leave the room. I am not going to comment any further.”

1:26 p.m.: Shortly before White House press secretary Sean Spicer is slated to begin his daily press briefing, there's some commotion in the briefing room among the reporters.




Lucian Wintrich, a staffer for the site Gateway Pundit, which gained press credentials under the Trump administration, enters the briefing room and is accosted by a reporter for Fox News Radio, according to BuzzFeed's Adrian Carrasquillo.

Update: In a statement, Decker denied accosting Wintrich. “Earlier today I had a conversation with a representative from the online publication Gateway Pundit,” it reads. “The conversation was straightforward and direct. … At no time did I accost or assault this individual.”

On Thursday evening, Gateway Pundit published a story touting a long-debunked claim about Barack Obama's birth certificate. It's well known for propagating other false stories, as well.

2:03 p.m.: Asked about the jobs numbers released Friday and Trump's past insistence that unemployment data was misleading or phony, Spicer cracked a joke.




REPORTER: In the past the president has referred to particular job reports as phony or totally fiction. Does the president believe that this jobs report was accurate and a fair way to measure the economy?

SPICER: Yeah. I talked to the president prior to this and he said to quote him very clearly: “They may have been phony in the past but it's very real now.”

Spicer and reporters in the room laughed.

Trump regularly disparaged official government data during the campaign, but it wasn't hard to see that his attitudes would change once he entered office. Considering only those economic metrics Trump focused on during the campaign, the economy is in as bad shape as it was under Obama.

2:29 p.m.: Spicer is asked why the press isn't being accommodated on Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's trip to Asia, an unusual exclusion that was soundly criticized this week.

Spicer replies that the secretary is using a smaller plane to save money.

2:37 p.m.: The staffer for the Gateway Pundit — who has pledged to “troll” the media in his new role — fields questions from the press corps outside the White House.




The good news appears to be that no one from Trump's staff yelled at them to leave.

• Philip Bump is a correspondent for The Washington Post based in New York City.

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Related stories:

 • A conspiracy site with White House press credentials revives a debunked birther story

 • Trump and the media: How unusual is the president's treatment of the press?

 • Sean Spicer made reporters laugh out loud with a Melissa McCarthy joke

 • Sean Spicer wore an upside-down flag pin. The Internet lost its mind.


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« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2017, 12:26:43 am »


You know, The Washington Post, The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times should force The Donald to show his hand.

All they'd need to do would be to publish HUGE front page headlines reading, “Donald Trump is a LIAR!!”

Donald Trump would then have two choices.

1. He could ignore the headlines, which would be the equivalent of publicly admitting he is a LIAR.

   ....or....

2. He could sue the newspapers for defamation. Except that there is a shitload of conclusive evidence out there of Donald Trump blatantly telling LIES, and that evidence could be produced in court during a defamation suit. So the court would have no choice but to find in favour of the newspapers. Which would be the same as having a court declaring that Donald Trump is a LIAR.

Either way, it would all be on public record that Donald Trump is a LIAR.
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i think trump should create a new law where when news media are caught deliberately lying they can be sued fined or jailed or killed lol
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« Reply #6 on: March 12, 2017, 11:14:32 am »

i think trump should create a new law where when news media are caught deliberately lying they can be sued fined or jailed or killed lol


Heil Hitler!!

Thank you for showing the TRUE colours of retarded idiot Trump supporters.
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« Reply #7 on: March 15, 2017, 03:47:51 am »


from the Los Angeles Times....

The joke is on voters who trusted Trump's healthcare promises

By DAVID HORSEY | 5:00AM PDT - Tuesday, March 14, 2017



OH, that Donald Trump; what a comedian! After spending a year on the campaign trail scoffing at the upbeat jobs numbers put out by the Obama administration, he is now boasting about the latest jobs numbers coming from the same sources.

When asked about this convenient contradiction during a news briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump had told him to offer this explanation: “They may have been phony in the past, but it's very real now.” That got a good laugh from the reporters in the room. Even Spicer grinned.

Now, in an even more hilarious turnabout, Trump is discounting the Congressional Budget Office analysis that has determined the House Republican healthcare plan will, over time, reduce the total of insured Americans by 24 million. Trump rejects the CBO's analysis because he has embraced the GOP healthcare bill as his own. That is very different from the way he, as a candidate, cited CBO numbers as if they were gospel when they made Obama look bad.

On Monday, during the daily White House media scrum, NBC's Peter Alexander got into a testy exchange with Spicer over the president's very elastic and self-serving use of facts. First, they sparred about Trump's unsupported allegation that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower. Spicer tried to pretend that Trump's allegation had not been a very specific and personal attack on the former president. Then they argued about the CBO's healthcare estimates.

After Spicer had finished his verbal pretzel making, Alexander asked, “Can you say affirmatively that whenever the president says something, we can trust it to be real?”

“If he's not joking,” Spicer said.

Well, an agile comedian can always find a gullible chump to be the object of his humor and, in the case of healthcare, the butt of Trump's joke is the older, white working-class voter who cheered loudly when candidate Trump guaranteed insurance coverage for every American. "Everybody's going to be taken care of much better than they're taken care of now,” Trump said in the early days of the campaign, a promise he continued to repeat. Under his magical, imaginary scheme, premiums would go down and Medicaid would not be cut.

Now that there is a real plan to be scrutinized, Trump claims it matches his campaign rhetoric, even in the face of compelling evidence to the contrary. Numbers from the CBO are seldom perfectly accurate, but they are generally a good predictor of the costs of legislation. And, in the case of the GOP healthcare legislation (dare we call it “Trumpcare?”), not only will millions of people lose insurance coverage, but premiums will shoot up for older citizens who will lose much of their federal subsidy and Medicare funds for the working poor will be slashed.

And here's the punchline: Many of those who get slammed by these changes will be people who believed Trump's promises and gave him their votes; folks of modest means and limited education who are getting up in years and need the help of government to pay their medical bills when they get sick.

They trusted Trump. It's too bad Sean Spicer was not around to explain Trump's sense of humor to them back on election day. Their future president, he could have said, can be trusted, “if he's not joking.”


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« Reply #8 on: March 15, 2017, 07:02:09 pm »

Haha you think trump can undo the mess obama made during 8 yrs in five min.

The Mess

11 Biggest Problems With Obamacare

One of the main focuses of President-elect Donald Trump and the GOP Congress will be repealing Obamacare – although the GOP is already starting to cave on that. If they do in fact cave, the grassroots will be furious and the GOP will be squandering a golden opportunity to do something that is a political and policy winner.

Here are the 11 biggest problems with Obamacare.

1. Premiums are skyrocketing. Earlier in 2016, the Obama administration admitted that Obamacare's premiums would increase by an average of 25 percent, but attempted to spin it by suggesting that most people wouldn't feel the increase because of higher subsidies to help offset the costs. However, former Treasury Department and Office of Management and Budget staffer J.T. Young noted in RealClearMarkets that this defense ignores the cost to the taxpayer as well as the fact that subsidies are indicative of a bad economic model:

Successful economic endeavors do not need subsidies. Producers create a product consumers want to buy and realize a competitive rate of profit. Both sides gain and willingly enter into a transaction. Absent that mutually beneficial relationship, there is no market.

ObamaCare shows what occurs when government tries to enforce a market. By applying subsidies to one or both sides of the economic equation, its enforced market cannot exist without continued government subsidies in the short-term, and becomes unsustainable in the long-term as politics compounds subsidies' distortion.

There's also the fact that there are millions of people on the Obamacare exchanges who won't qualify for the subsidies and will be economically pinched by the skyrocketing premiums.

In many parts of the country, the premium increases are worse than the Obama administration lets on, as states like Georgia and Minnesota are projected to have premium increases of 33 percent and 30 percent, respectively.

2. Deductibles are also increasing. According to CNBC, Obamacare's deductibles are set to increase by an average of 17 percent for all silver plans and an average of six percent for bronze plans. For the latter, the increase is slated to be a whopping 21 percent for those who don't qualify for the subsidies.

Deductibles, of course, are the threshold people need to pay under their insurance plans before they share the costs with their insurance companies, so higher deductibles in addition to higher premiums both are major squeezes on consumers.

3. There are a lack of insurance options under Obamacare. Seven states have only one insurer providing insurance through Obamacare due to the fact that major insurers like Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare and Aetna are all leaving the exchanges because of unsustainability. As a result, there has been less competition throughout the Obamacare exchanges, contributing to the rise of premiums and deductibles and less consumer choice.

4. The co-ops are failing. There were 23 co-ops created under Obamacare and at least 15 of them have gone under as a result of Obamacare's risk adjustment program that compelled insurers with healthy customers to redistribute wealth towards those with sicker customers. That's over $1.5 billion in taxpayer dollars down the drain.

5. Obamacare's Medicaid expansion is a burden for states. Thirty-two states were suckered into expand Medicaid under Obamacare, but the costs have been higher than expected – a whopping 49 percent higher, to be exact. The higher costs are due to the higher than expected enrollment numbers for Medicaid, as over 11.5 million have signed up for Medicaid in 24 states that only expected 5.5 million signups.

"States that expanded Medicaid will either have to boost health costs, raise taxes or cut spending to cover this ObamaCare 'freebie,'" the editors of Investor's Business Daily wrote. "Given that Medicaid is already swamping state budgets, this will not be good news."

This is especially true given that over the years, states will be left with higher and higher Medicaid bills as the federal government won't pay as much for it, and in doing so will drain state budgets.

6. Obamacare is resulting in higher wait times at the emergency room. Another one of the side effects of the Medicaid expansion is that waiting times have increased because fewer and fewer doctors are accepting Medicaid to avoid dealing with the program's bureaucracy for less than satisfactory compensation, forcing Medicaid patients to the emergency room to obtain a doctor. Without an increase in doctors to offset the surge in demand due to Obamacare's mandates and Medicaid expansion, longer wait times in the emergency room are the unfortunate consequence.

7. Obamacare is also resulting in a shortage of primary doctors. A report from the Association of American Medical Colleges found that America faces a shortfall of 61,700 to 94,700 doctors over the next ten years, as less medical residents plan on entering the field of primary care. Doctors have struggled to keep up with the higher demand, as 81 percent of physicians surveyed by The Physicians Foundation in 2012 were "over-extended or at full capacity" in terms of their ability to seek new patients – a real problem when new doctors are not entering the field. Obamacare seems to be a deterrent to new doctors entering the field; 46 percent of doctors who have delt with the monstrous law rated it as a "D" or an "F."

8. The number of Americans without insurance is set to skyrocket. As the Daily Wire explains here, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the number of uninsured will increase to 26-28 million over the next ten years as more employers opt to stop offering insurance plans.

9. Obamacare is worsening America's debt problem. According to National Interest, "the single fastest-growing sector of federal spending is healthcare," and it's going to result in trillion-dollar deficits in seven years' time. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office warned that the debt could be as high as $30 trillion by 2030, with Obamacare being one of the driving factors behind that increase.

10. Obamacare's Independent Advisory Board (IPAB), more popularly known as the "death panels," is still on the books. People seem to have forgotten about IPAB. The House of Representatives actually passed a bill to repeal it in 2015, but it is still law and could go into effect, creating a 15-member panel of experts that rations Medicare through price controls and determining the type of care that Medicare pays for. Whatever IPAB recommends becomes law if Congress cannot garner a two-thirds majority vote to override it. Even worse, none of IPAB's 15-member panel can be fired by the president, and if the appointments are never made, then the Department of Health and Human Services assumes the panel's power – an alarming centralization of power. There is only a brief window in 2017 when IPAB can be repealed, and if it's not, then in 2020 the panel's edicts will be law, even if Congress attempts overrides them.

11. The Obama administration is illegally using funds to hide Obamacare's losses. Per the Daily Wire:

[T]he administration used billions of dollars that were supposed to be used for the U.S. Treasury and instead sent them to insurers, a move that both the Congressional Research Service and the Government Accountability Office have ruled illegal. Naturally, the Obama administration is looking to tap into other federal funds to pay off insurers to cover their losses, reflecting the dire state of Obamacare.

http://www.dailywire.com/news/12146/11-biggest-problems-obamacare-aaron-bandler


Report: 300,000 Small Business Jobs Lost Due to Obamacare
Over 10,000 small business establishments shut down due to health care law

January 18, 2017 5:00 am

Obamacare has cost roughly 300,000 small business jobs due to higher health care costs, according to a new report.

The American Action Forum, a center-right policy institute, released findings Wednesday that rising premiums and regulations under the Affordable Care Act have had "dire" consequences for the labor market.

The report found the law has cost $19 billion in lost wages per year and forced 10,000 small businesses establishments to close their doors. The study covered employers with 20 to 99 employees.

"Research from the American Action Forum (AAF) finds regulations from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are driving up health care premiums and are costing small business employees at least $19 billion in lost wages annually," the report said. "These figures varied by state, but in 2015 the ACA cost year-round workers $2,095, $2,134, and $2,260 in Ohio, New York, and North Dakota, respectively."

"Premium increases, a prospect regulators predicted when issuing the first ACA regulations, also significantly diminished the number of business establishments and jobs nationwide," the report said. "Across the country, small businesses (20-99 workers) lost 295,030 jobs, 10,130 business establishments, and $4.7 billion in total wage earnings. Florida lost 17,950 jobs; Ohio lost 19,000; Pennsylvania lost 15,680; and Texas lost 28,010 jobs due to higher sensitivity to rising health care premiums and the ACA."

Ben Gitis and Sam Batkins, the authors of the report, used data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics for their findings.

The report used different data sets for small businesses with less than 50 employees, which were exempt from the law's employer mandate. However, this group also suffered job losses and lower wages after Obamacare went into effect. The paper compared data from up to six years before the law was passed to show a clearer picture of Obamacare's impact on small business.

Before Obamacare became law, workers still saw an increase in their average weekly pay when health insurance premiums went up.

"After the ACA became law, however, a one percent increase in total premiums was associated with a 0.012 percent decrease in average weekly pay," the report said.

The numbers add up to roughly $3.9 billion in lost wages for small businesses with between 20 and 49 workers, which account for 20 million workers in the United States. The average worker for those businesses has lost $1,202 in annual pay.

Aside from wage losses and job cuts, Obamacare has cost the economy $51 billion and added 172 million hours of paperwork through regulations, the American Action Forum said.

"To put that in perspective, it would take more than 86,200 employees working full-time (2,000 hours annually) to complete a year of new ACA paperwork, roughly the population of Miami Beach, Fla.," the report said.

The incoming Donald Trump administration has vowed to repeal and replace Obamacare, and congressional Republicans have already begun the process to repeal the health care law through the budget reconciliation process.

"There are many reasons policymakers have called for significant amendments to the ACA," the American Action Forum said. "Higher premiums are typically cited as a top concern. However, these higher premiums have broader consequences for the labor market. As AAF’s research has shown, ACA regulations have contributed to at least $19 billion in lost wages, 10,000 fewer establishments, and nearly 300,000 lost jobs.

http://freebeacon.com/issues/report-jobs-lost-obamacare/

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« Reply #9 on: March 15, 2017, 09:19:29 pm »


Actually, I'm going to piss myself with laughter at those stupid white-trash retards who voted for Trump when “Trumpcare” causes them to lose their medical insurance that they gained under “Obamacare” while at the same time the GOP go ahead with their plans to trash Medicaid, leaving those poor white-trash up shit-creek without a paddle when they get seriously sick and get thrown to the dogs. It will serve them right for being so stupid to get sucked-in by a conman and scam-artist like Trump and for having voted for him.

A classic case of what goes around coming back around again and I will be hilariously laughing at them!!

Oh well, at least they will be able to die of things they cannot afford to fix knowing that a retarded-clown in Woodville, ENZED is also mentally-defective, eh?
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« Reply #10 on: March 16, 2017, 02:22:49 pm »

Piss is running down your leg and shit is coming out your mouth

you white commie whining punk arse bitch loser

Remember when you said Trump would lose the election that really gave me a good laugh

What's it like being a white self hating evil commie minion that hates smart people who work hard and get rich as a king.

He then gives up the good life to serve his country and makes real changes unlike that half white trash obama who mostly stirred up race hate,told tons of lies,and spent most of his time either on holiday or playing golf while rome burned.

Look how china treated him no red carpet for him lol
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« Reply #11 on: March 16, 2017, 02:44:13 pm »

 
You're so good at making up stories about trump you should get a job at the fake news washington post
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