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« Reply #25 on: July 06, 2017, 02:27:04 pm »

Does anyone remember who said this..


"In a Trump versus Clinton contest, the next President of the USA will be MADAM PRESIDENT.

I'm gonna piss myself with laughter when that happens."


...so ktj ...are you still pissing yourself...🤡

.....Yes...that's right our own resident prophet....
...he talks shit on a regular basis and should not be taken seriously😉
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« Reply #26 on: July 07, 2017, 01:43:06 am »

What ktj...you don't like this thread now....😉

Try and cover it with other threads...don't you like seeing your past prophecies, I think you talk a lot more shit than the DONALD😄
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« Reply #27 on: July 07, 2017, 02:02:04 am »


Trump is a nobody.

The other leaders of G20 are planning to go right ahead with the policies Trump is agains.

The result is that Trump is going to be marginalised.

Putin will walk all over him.

Xi Jinping will politely smile while Trump rants & raves, but will give nothing away and will otherwise ignore Trump.

I hope Trump spits the dummy and climbs into Air Force One and buggers off, chucking his toys out of the cot as he goes.

Trump is the best thing that has ever happened to the world, because the world is now ignoring the America who elected President DUMB to the White House.
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« Reply #28 on: July 07, 2017, 02:13:23 am »

Alex Jones is great entertainment. A conspiracy theorist and nutjob, as will as a water salesman, but an entertaining one nonetheless  Grin

Actually, I watch Paul Joseph Watson more than Jones.

I loved the way Alex Jones trolled Cenk (Chunk) from The Dumb Turks and got him to throw a hissy fit, along with Chunk's little girlfriend Anna "I am BETTER than you' Kasparian losing her cool and showing what a hypocrtite she is. Look up that video on You Tube. It is great!

Anyway, back on topic ..............................

Trump is the saviour of the Kekistani people. He has been placed in the role of President by the great Kek himself (Not those Russians, that's only what fake news CNN says). Trump will save them from the Normie oppression, and protect them from the lying Sarkeeseites and loathsome Cuckistanis.

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Free Kekistan!

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« Reply #29 on: July 08, 2017, 06:55:21 pm »

Ktj....."Putin will walk all over him."

...is this what you mean😜

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-40527359

....mmmmm.....interesting...Trump on top?

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« Reply #30 on: July 08, 2017, 09:36:24 pm »


With the rest of the world increasingly turning their backs on Trump (see what is happening at the G-20 summit), America led by Trump is going to become increasingly irrelevant.

The EU have already stated that when Trump slaps tariffs on imported steel (something he has promised to do), they will respond in kind within a matter of days.

And even American economists are predicting that any subsequent trade tariffs war will hurt America and American jobs considerably more than it will hurt Europe.

It's really telling that the official photograph of leaders and their wives from the opening ceremony of the G-20 summit shows Donald and Melania Trump in the second row.

I guess the other European leaders closed up the gaps and stopped Trump from bullying his way to the front-centre for the photograph as he did during the NATO summit.

Here is a picture taken while leaders and their spouses were posing for the official photographs....


Heads of state and governments and their spouses, plus representatives of invitees, pose for a photograph in front of the Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg.  Photograph: Ludovic Marin/Pool Photo/European Pressphoto Agency.
Heads of state and governments and their spouses, plus representatives of invitees, pose for a photograph in front of the Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg.
  Photograph: Ludovic Marin/Pool Photo/European Pressphoto Agency.

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« Reply #31 on: July 09, 2017, 01:08:22 am »

Ktj...."With the rest of the world increasingly turning their backs on Trump (see what is happening at the G-20......

Ahhh..no..I don't see other leaders turning their backs on Trump...I only see other leaders seemingly keen to speak with him..

...could you please give examples of  "With the rest of the world increasingly turning their backs on Trump"
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« Reply #32 on: July 09, 2017, 01:46:31 am »








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« Reply #33 on: July 09, 2017, 06:19:11 am »

Ahhhhh...just as I thought....you have again been found guilty of aosting fake news....making claims with no evidence....hardly a revelation though.....you been watching to  much CNN.
Feel free to use actual facts to back up your claims at any stage🙄
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« Reply #34 on: July 09, 2017, 06:44:21 pm »


I've never watched CNN in my life, you silly, unintelligent clown....
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« Reply #35 on: July 09, 2017, 09:04:48 pm »

Sorry..should use the correct full name so you recognize it more easily the CLINTON NEWS NETWORK😉
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« Reply #36 on: July 10, 2017, 02:26:47 pm »


Donald J. Trump: THE TRUTH; THE WHOLE TRUTH; AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH…



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« Reply #37 on: July 10, 2017, 03:44:46 pm »

Oh no....playing that old demented lefty copy and paste to multiple thread game now are we....ok..let's all do it😜

Ahhhh....no....it's a lefty rant from a lefty journalist, who is married to a lefty Ozzie Labour Party politician, and who is employed by a lefty tax payer funded state owned media organisation....actually the same sort of set up that you are employed by...you know ...sucks hundreds of millions of hard earned tax payer dollars every year to pay people who only work there because they can't get a real job like the rest of us😳
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« Reply #38 on: July 10, 2017, 03:52:09 pm »


It's THE TRUTH; WHOLE TRUTH; and NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH!!
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« Reply #39 on: July 10, 2017, 04:00:29 pm »

Hey, you'll never guess what...just saw a pig fly past....no honest....amazing....😴

Hang on....just saw a productive kiwirail worker with an IQ  over his shoe size....nah you not so stupid to believe that eh....sometimes I just go to far🙄
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« Reply #40 on: July 11, 2017, 01:44:45 pm »



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« Reply #41 on: July 13, 2017, 10:01:42 am »


from the Los Angeles Times....

Job opening: the free world needs a new leader

By DAVID HORSEY | 5:00AM PDT - Wednesday, July 12, 2017



I OWN a 1999 Dodge Ram truck with 130,000 miles on it. I use it for hauling trash, for helping out friends with furniture to move and for pulling the family ski boat and a buddy's horse trailer. As a city boy with a job where I sit most of the day, I often joke that the truck keeps my testosterone from dipping too low.

A few months ago I was looking at a website that sells accessories for trucks and very briefly contemplated buying some fender flares before realizing what an embarrassment it would be. What are fender flares, you ask? They are bulging crescents of molded material accented with fake bolts that attach to each fender on the arc of the wheel well. Here's part of the manufacturer's description: “Add [our] fender flares to give your truck a beefier, off-road look … the bolt-on style will make your truck stand out and look aggressive. … Turn your truck into a road warrior with a set of … fender flares!”

In other words, they are a cosmetic enhancement for a truck to make it look beefy, aggressive and fit for a warrior — and to make that image rub off on the driver of the truck.

That is a long way of getting around to observing that President Trump's speech last Thursday in Warsaw was akin to fender flares. The words he spoke about defending the values of Western civilization sounded tough. They sounded noble. They sounded robust. Yet, they were mere imagery contradicted by Trump's actions.

After six months in office, Trump has demonstrated a much greater affinity for autocrats from oppressive societies than he has for freely elected leaders from democratic countries. His “America First” policy has turned into an excuse to renege on solemn commitments made with allies of the United States, even as he easily and eagerly forgives and forgets the malign acts of governments in Russia, China, Turkey and the Philippines.

The president of the United States has long been called the leader of the free world and Trump was trying to play that part on the stage in Poland, but, to be leader, you need to lead — and you need followers. At the end of the G-20 summit of heads of government from around the world last week in Hamburg, Germany, Trump was clearly the odd man out and that put the United States on the periphery, rather than at the center, where it has been at least since the end of World War II.

Chris Uhlmann, political editor for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, sent out a commentary from the summit that quickly went viral because it summed up what so many people in the free world democracies think about Trump. In Hamburg, Uhlmann said, Trump had shown “neither the desire nor the capacity to lead the world.” The American president not only ended up as the lone dissenter on a communique about the Paris climate change accord, Uhlmann pointed out, but Trump made no effort to rally other countries for a united stance against North Korea's nuclear provocations.

“We learned that Mr. Trump has pressed fast forward on the decline of the U.S. as a global leader,” Uhlmann said. “He managed to diminish his nation and to confuse and alienate his allies. He will cede that power to China and Russia — two authoritarian states that will forge a very different set of rules for the 21st century.”

“Some will cheer the decline of America, but I think we'll miss it when it is gone.”

“And that is the biggest threat to the values of the West which he claims to hold so dear.”

Trump pretends to be a macho man, a master deal maker, the smartest person in the room. In reality, he is a lazy student of policy who goes into meetings with international leaders having no particular goal but to be liked. He acts on impulse and bad advice, giving China the upper hand on trade in Asia and leaving Europeans with the task of preventing climate calamity. He is a petty bully who picks on female journalists but appeases bigger, smarter bullies like Vladimir Putin.

Trump is not the leader of the free world; he is a human fender flare.


http://www.latimes.com/opinion/topoftheticket/la-na-tt-free-world-20170711-story.html
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« Reply #43 on: July 14, 2017, 04:09:48 am »

Macron is a cuck with a penchant for being dominated by older woman. The only thing he could lead, are a pack of surrender monkeys. Oh wait, he is the President of France .................................... 
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« Reply #44 on: July 15, 2017, 02:47:42 pm »

Macron is a cuck with a penchant for being dominated by older woman. The only thing he could lead, are a pack of surrender monkeys. Oh wait, he is the President of France .................................... 


So in other words, seeing as Donald Trump was gushing about Macron being his best mate amongst foreign leaders during his recent visit to Paris, this means that Trump hangs out with cucks?

Good to see that at long last you are admitting that Trump is an idiot who hangs out with cucks.
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« Reply #45 on: July 15, 2017, 02:50:02 pm »


from The Los Angeles Times....

Why did Don Jr.'s emails surface?
Because Robert Mueller is already changing Washington's lying ways.


By HARRY LITMAN | 3:00AM PDT - Friday, July 14, 2017



FOR MORE THAN A YEAR, the most senior officials in the Trump administration have adamantly, even scornfully, denied that there was any contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The bombshell report earlier this week of Donald Trump Jr.'s efforts to secure dirt on Hillary Clinton from Russian officials — and his June 9th, 2016, meeting with the supposed purveyor of that dirt as well as then-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his father's aide Jared Kushner — has put the lie to those denials.

Why has the truth emerged now? A careful parsing of the events of the last few days points to the importance of the federal criminal investigation overseen by a stalwart special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III. His behind-the-scenes work already has changed the rules of the game for the White House and contributed to a more accurate public accounting.

The New York Times, which broke the story, reports that it was Kushner's legal team that recently discovered the now-infamous email chain in which Trump Jr. was told that a senior Russian government official had documents that “would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father,” to which Trump Jr. quickly replied, “If it's what you say I love it.”

And here is where Mueller's investigation has rewritten the rule book for senior White House officials. To receive a security clearance, Kushner had to complete a form — the SF-86 — detailing, under penalty of perjury, every contact he had with foreign government officials in the last seven years. (I dealt with SF-86s as a deputy assistant attorney general at the Department of Justice.)

Prosecutions for lying on an SF-86 are rare, but they happen, and Kushner already has one strike against him: He first signed and submitted his SF-86 without listing more than 100 applicable contacts with foreign leaders or officials. His lawyer said the questionnaire was submitted prematurely; it took two tries to fully supplement it. The Trump Jr. emails reportedly surfaced when Kushner was going through his records as part of that process.

In a pre-Mueller world, Kushner might have approached the matter casually and, if anyone asked, pleaded ignorance and a busy schedule. That approach, however, is no longer feasible. In the midst of a wide-ranging criminal investigation, with multiple targets, the threat of a perjury prosecution is the sort of offense zealous and sophisticated federal prosecutors — and there is no doubt that Mueller's team fits that description — could bring to bear.

All of this would lead a good Washington counsel — and Kushner's lawyers, Jamie Gorelick initially, and then suddenly on Friday, criminal defense specialist Abbe Lowell, are among the best — to conclude that Kushner needed to “get ahead of the story” and turn over the emails (a development the Los Angeles Times learned from people “familiar with” Kushner's application, who requested anonymity because the questionnaire is not a public document).

Absent the special counsel investigation and the potential legal jeopardy for Kushner, the email chain very possibly would never have seen the light of day. Indeed, President Trump and Trump Jr. at first decided to provide a dishonest account of the June 2016 meeting, omitting the offer of dirt on the Clinton campaign. It was only after further reporting in The New York Times and finally its plan to publish the actual emails that Trump Jr. fessed up.

The threats represented by the Mueller investigation are having additional consequences within the White House, familiar to veterans of previous scandals. Multiple accounts suggest that the Trump Jr. emails have given rise to a circular firing squad in the West Wing that we are told features widespread suspicions of Kushner. These kinds of effects will only get worse as Mueller's work advances.

Perhaps no quality has more stunned and frustrated the president's critics than his brazen willingness to lie. Trump frequently appears to have no independent regard for truth, to see veracity in purely expedient terms: What he can get away with in public debate. More dumbfounding, he and others in the White House do seem to get away with it, ridiculing plainly objective accounts as “fake news”.

But the prospect of genuine legal jeopardy upends the calculation, certainly for Trump's subordinates, who have future careers to lose, families to raise and, unlike the president, no general insulation from criminal prosecution. It is probable that some powerful people will be going to jail as a result of the Mueller investigation. Among the likeliest candidates are those who don't realize that the game has changed, and that in the ambit of the special counsel investigation, and the courts of law, a lie is a lie.


• Harry Litman is a former U.S. attorney, appointed by President Bill Clinton, and deputy assistant attorney general. He teaches at UCLA School of Law and practices law at Constantine Cannon.

• Read Harry Litman's profiles HERE and HERE.

http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-litman-the-special-counselor-is-already-getting-the-truth-out-20170714-story.html
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« Reply #46 on: July 15, 2017, 03:02:45 pm »

" Harry Litman is a former U.S. attorney, appointed by President Bill Clinton"

....so he would have extensive knowledge of receiving blow jobs under a presidential office desk....or was it on the office desk😜

PS...will be offline for a while today while I travel from Phnom Penh to Bangkok...please look after their place for me in my absence...keep up the good work😉
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« Reply #47 on: July 15, 2017, 03:03:11 pm »


from the Los Angeles Times....

Trump Jr. and Kushner find politics a rougher game than real estate

By DAVID HORSEY | 5:00AM PDT - Friday, July 14, 2017



IT IS no surprise the Trump family keeps running afoul of the rules of politics and government. After all, they have lived and thrived in a very different milieu — the world of New York City real estate.

In that world, it is perfectly normal to say things like, “Don't worry, we'll pay you for your work,” even if you don't mean it. Or to say, “Trump Tower is 68 stories tall,” even though it rises to only 58. Or to promise, “You'll get a great business education for your money,” even though you are pitching the bogus Trump University.

In that world, it is not unusual to take meetings with unsavory characters, like Mafia bosses who become peripheral business partners or Russian mobsters who launder their ill-gotten gains by purchasing a few of your pricey condominiums.

And, in that world, rules can be flexible, aggressive lawyers can help bend the law, and the news media rarely takes notice of what you are up to.

Politics and government are different — at the presidential level, in particular. Rules are more rigid, laws are more aggressively enforced, and media attention is intrusive and constant because your personal business is the people's business.

Thus, President Trump's namesake son, Don Jr., and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, find themselves in deep trouble. They did not seem to understand that, when asked if they met with anyone linked to the government of Russia, they were supposed to tell the truth. Don Jr. did not know that everyone in the country might one day read the emails he wrote expressing enthusiasm for getting dirt on Hillary Clinton from a Russian attorney. Jared did not understand that becoming the president's closest confidant could bring with it the risk of jail time. Neither man may have imagined their mis-steps would land them in front of congressional investigative committees.

That is the predicament in which Trump the younger and Kushner now find themselves.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley, an Iowa Republican, has let it be known that he wants Trump Jr. to come testify about a June 2016 meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya. According to a sequence of emails sent by Trump Jr., he got together with the Russian because he had been told that Vladimir Putin's government was aiming to help his father's presidential campaign by feeding him damaging information about Clinton. And, much to their current discomfort, Kushner and Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort were pulled into the meeting as well.

Eldest son Don now characterizes the session with the Russian as a “waste of time”. Useful or not, legal experts say the mere intent to collude with a foreign entity may be a violation of federal law.

The meeting with Veselnitskaya was just one of several contacts with Russians and other foreign entities that Kushner failed to mention when he was filling out his application for a top-level security clearance. Now, it is being reported that the president's attorneys are urging that Kushner refrain from any discussions about the festering Russia scandal with his father-in-law. Apparently, they want to protect their client from being legally tainted by daughter Ivanka's hubby.

At this rate, conversations at family dinners are going to become particularly awkward. Maybe they can just reminisce about the good old days when the only thing the newspapers wrote about was Donald Trump's failing casinos and imploding marriages.


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« Reply #48 on: July 15, 2017, 03:04:38 pm »


Yep....the Trump family (and inlaws) are dumbarses alright.

They've left a HUGE trail of shit behind them and the fed investigators are gradually hoovering it all up.

And the fed investigators only deal in FACTS, not fake news.
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« Reply #49 on: July 15, 2017, 03:07:36 pm »

" Harry Litman is a former U.S. attorney, appointed by President Bill Clinton"

...but still nothing about laws being broken...please let me know when you decide to move from fake news to real news😜

....so he would have extensive knowledge of receiving blow jobs under a presidential office desk....or was it on the office desk😜

PS...will be offline for a while today while I travel from Phnom Penh to Bangkok...please look after their place for me in my absence...keep up the good work😉
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