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President Donald Trump praised the Supreme Court's decision on Monday to review the legality of his temporary ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority countries and all refugees, and to allow it to be partly implemented in the meantime.

"Today's unanimous Supreme Court decision is a clear victory for our national security," Trump said in a statement released by the White House, adding: "Today's ruling allows me to use an important tool for protecting our Nation's homeland."
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Postby Joel » Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:40 pm

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Majority of Americans Would Give Up Alcohol to See Donald Trump Impeached, Survey Says

Donald Trump's presidency has caused stress and anxiety in Americans across the country, many of whom have opted to offset their worries with an extra glass of wine or two or shots of whiskey from time to time. But as it turns out, the majority of citizens say they would quit drinking alcohol tomorrow if it meant the president would be impeached.

Nearly 73 percent of Democrats and 17 percent of Republicans said they would abstain from alcohol for the rest of their lives if they could see the official political process begin to remove Trump, according to a Detox.net survey of 1,013 men and women nationwide. The latest data set showing support for Trump’s impeachment—an exhaustive political process that includes no definite promise of his removal—comes at a time when multiple Democratic lawmakers are drafting articles of impeachment and at some point could bring them to the floor of Congress.

Meanwhile, more than 30 percent of Republicans surveyed said they’d quit drinking in order to have the media stop writing negative articles about Trump, compared to 6.5 percent of Democrats.

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73 percent of Democrats and 17 percent of Republicans would quit drinking forever if it meant Trump would be impeached tomorrow. Detox

Texas Representative Al Green was the first Democrat on Capitol Hill to demand Trump’s impeachment, claiming the president’s words are enough to prove he obstructed justice (an impeachable offense) in firing James Comey, the former FBI director who was conducting a federal probe into the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential election.

"The president is not only intimidating the former FBI director, but any other person that might become FBI director and persons who are working on this case," Green said in an interview with ThinkProgress. "He is demonstrating that he has the power to dismiss people summarily, with impunity, unless he’s impeached."

Other Trump critics say the president could also be impeached for his business dealings around the world, as well as for profiting off the presidency at his luxury properties like Mar-A-Lago, where he’s hosted world leaders like Japanese President Shinzo Abe. Experts say there are numerous negotiations and deals that could ultimately spur Trump's removal from office, from his properties advertising his surprise appearances at large events, to global business expansion plans and issues with his blind trust (or lack thereof).

Realistically, though, it would take a total shift in the Republican-controlled Congress and Senate in order for Trump to be impeached. The latest polls reveal nearly 43 percent of voters support beginning the removal process, while Trump's approval ratings hovered in the high-30s throughout most of June.

All that is to say, Trump's impeachment isn't likely to happen as soon as some may have hoped for. Better order another round.
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Re: TRUMP.

Postby Silver » Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:06 pm

Hilarious! I'll give up ice cream!
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Re: TRUMP.

Postby freedomforall » Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:29 pm

Joel wrote:
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All that is to say, Trump's impeachment isn't likely to happen as soon as some may have hoped for. Better order another round.
What gives those people that want Trump impeached, the right to call themselves Americans?
Even President Benson stated that for those that refuse to stand up for freedom should have no right to be called citizens of America. Further, he also stated that they would likely have their salvation in jeopardy.
These people wanting to impeach Trump have no respect or honor from true patriots of freedom and liberty, and their selfish actions will bite them on the butt some day.
Haven't they the brains to recognize that even if they get Trump removed, the next POTUS could be even worse? So where does it stop? Why trade what we've got for something potentially worse?
This is like taking a horse and buggy and doing away with the horse leaving the buggy without a way to go forward. Or like a young kid getting behind the wheel of a huge car and driving widely to who knows where, not being able to see over the dash?
Why wasn't Obama impeached? Why wasn't his actions brought to light and dealt with? Why was everyone to darned scared of him as to not say one darn thing about his evil acts, huh? We had eight years of degradation, more and more socialism enacted, unprecedented spending, unconstitutional acts and even treason by this man, but...let's get rid of Trump. Some people make me puke. :ymsick:

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Postby gkearney » Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:56 pm

Impeachment seems to me to be unlikely at this point. What seems more likely to me is that the congress along with the vice-president and the cabnet will invoke the 25th Amendment.

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby Silver » Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:57 pm

freedomforall wrote:
Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:29 pm
Joel wrote:
Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:40 pm
All that is to say, Trump's impeachment isn't likely to happen as soon as some may have hoped for. Better order another round.
What gives those people that want Trump impeached, the right to call themselves Americans?
Even President Benson stated that for those that refuse to stand up for freedom should have no right to be called citizens of America. Further, he also stated that they would likely have their salvation in jeopardy.
These people wanting to impeach Trump have no respect or honor from true patriots of freedom and liberty, and their selfish actions will bite them on the butt some day.
Haven't they the brains to recognize that even if they get Trump removed, the next POTUS could be even worse? So where does it stop? Why trade what we've got for something potentially worse?
This is like taking a horse and buggy and doing away with the horse leaving the buggy without a way to go forward. Or like a young kid getting behind the wheel of a huge car and driving widely to who knows where, not being able to see over the dash?
Why wasn't Obama impeached? Why wasn't his actions brought to light and dealt with? Why was everyone to darned scared of him as to not say one darn thing about his evil acts, huh? We had eight years of degradation, more and more socialism enacted, unprecedented spending, unconstitutional acts and even treason by this man, but...let's get rid of Trump. Some people make me puke. :ymsick:
Pence? Are you saying that Pence is potentially worse than Trump? Then why did you vote for him? Even if there were no impeachment proceedings (hoping there will be so the murderer can get turned out of the people's house), Trump could slip and fall in the bathtub, and if the accident were fatal, then Pence is your guy. However, now you're saying that Pence might be worse than Trump? Why would you risk voting for him?
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Re: TRUMP.

Postby larsenb » Thu Jun 29, 2017 8:43 pm

Silver wrote:
Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:06 pm
Hilarious! I'll give up ice cream!
These hilarious 'surveys' that keep promulgating! My, my. You would think the left, etc., would become wary of them after they totally missed Trump's lead, even many months before the election, by relying on their fake surveys.

This is one of the things that is both hilarious and astonishing about our present day political scene. Have they finally given up on the Russian-Trump colusion meme??

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby freedomforall » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:42 pm

Rumors are like tumors, they're bred and spread.

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=)) :o)
https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/sta ... 7168071680
I knew you wouldn't miss posting this one, Joel. It's priceless! President Trump is definitely an unconventional President with an uncanny sense of humor. I think he is a barrel of laughs in this video. I enjoyed watching it. He's really snubbing his nose at convention.

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby BeNotDeceived » Sun Jul 02, 2017 2:01 pm

freedomforall wrote:
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Rumors are like tumors, they're bred and spread.

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby Joel » Sun Jul 02, 2017 2:33 pm

Matchmaker wrote:
Sun Jul 02, 2017 1:35 pm
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=)) :o)
https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/sta ... 7168071680
I knew you wouldn't miss posting this one, Joel. It's priceless! President Trump is definitely an unconventional President with an uncanny sense of humor. I think he is a barrel of laughs in this video. I enjoyed watching it. He's really snubbing his nose at convention.
Here is some more footage! Enjoy!!! :D


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Postby freedomforall » Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:41 pm

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Postby freedomforall » Sun Jul 02, 2017 5:21 pm

Pence: Trump will repeal Obama's health law by summer's end


"(President Donald Trump) believes in state-based solutions, not one-size-fits-all Washington answers," Pence said.
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Postby Joel » Sun Jul 02, 2017 5:27 pm

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby eddie » Sun Jul 02, 2017 5:59 pm

Silver wrote:
Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:57 pm
freedomforall wrote:
Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:29 pm
Joel wrote:
Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:40 pm
All that is to say, Trump's impeachment isn't likely to happen as soon as some may have hoped for. Better order another round.
What gives those people that want Trump impeached, the right to call themselves Americans?
Even President Benson stated that for those that refuse to stand up for freedom should have no right to be called citizens of America. Further, he also stated that they would likely have their salvation in jeopardy.
These people wanting to impeach Trump have no respect or honor from true patriots of freedom and liberty, and their selfish actions will bite them on the butt some day.
Haven't they the brains to recognize that even if they get Trump removed, the next POTUS could be even worse? So where does it stop? Why trade what we've got for something potentially worse?
This is like taking a horse and buggy and doing away with the horse leaving the buggy without a way to go forward. Or like a young kid getting behind the wheel of a huge car and driving widely to who knows where, not being able to see over the dash?
Why wasn't Obama impeached? Why wasn't his actions brought to light and dealt with? Why was everyone to darned scared of him as to not say one darn thing about his evil acts, huh? We had eight years of degradation, more and more socialism enacted, unprecedented spending, unconstitutional acts and even treason by this man, but...let's get rid of Trump. Some people make me puke. :ymsick:
Pence? Are you saying that Pence is potentially worse than Trump? Then why did you vote for him? Even if there were no impeachment proceedings (hoping there will be so the murderer can get turned out of the people's house), Trump could slip and fall in the bathtub, and if the accident were fatal, then Pence is your guy. However, now you're saying that Pence might be worse than Trump? Why would you risk voting for him?
Where do you get your information Silvie? I doubt tha FFA voted for Trump, he just can't stand your gibberish. I would however vote for Pence and would be happy if he stood in for Trump. Fortunately you would never be in that position. 👞

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RIGHT IN MIDDLE OF SPEECH TODAY, TRUMP POINTED AT A VET AND DID THE UNTHINKABLE


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‘Why is it lie after lie after lie’: Shep Smith and Chris Wallace on Trump Jr. Russia meeting lies

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby Borris01 » Sat Jul 15, 2017 3:53 pm

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"The Koch brothers are refusing to join the Trump bandwagon, blocking his access to influential tools in their political armory, Politico reported.
According to the report, the Kochs have denied the real estate mogul access to their state-of-the-art data and analytics services. He has also been excluded from their annual grassroots summit next month in Columbus, Ohio, run by Americans for Prosperity (AFP), as well as the annual summer soiree of mega-donors and operatives in Orange Country, California, which will be attended by a number of Trump's rivals.
"Continued stiff-arming by the powerful Koch network could limit Trump's ability to build a professional campaign operation to mobilize supporters ahead of primaries and caucuses," Politico said.
In recent weeks, AFP and Concerned Veterans for America, the Koch-backed groups, have hosted events with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul. The Columbus event will feature those candidates as well as Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Opinions about Trump are mixed among the Koch network of donors, Politico said. Some were offended by Trump's implication that Arizona Sen. John McCain is not a war hero.
It's unclear whether the Koch brothers will take a more formal stance against Trump, Politico said.
"The good news is that Donald Trump doesn't need the Koch brothers, and he can do this perfectly without their assistance," Josh Youssef, chairman of Trump's campaign in Belknap County, New Hampshire, told Politico. "Their motivations are clearly not to break the mold of political insider-ship. Their goal is to keep the wheel spinning. Trump's bad for business for them."
Trump has hired a number of AFP staff to his campaign, including campaign manager Corey Lewandowski who until January ran AFP's national voter-registration effort.
The distance between Trump and the Koch groups suggests an Rachat prêt ideological divide, with Trump eschewing traditional ideological lines and the influential interests behind them.
"I think that's what is sort of scaring a lot of people, especially on both Republican and Democratic sides, because they can't control Trump," Stephen Stepanek, a New Hampshire state legislator who is co-chairing Trump's state campaign, told Politico.
"People are really afraid to speak their mind, and it is actually with the way people react to things and the way that these various groups attack people if they say anything," he said. "We're having our First Amendment, freedom of speech, stepped on, walked all over by these various groups."

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby larsenb » Wed Jul 19, 2017 9:18 pm

This has been posted here: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=9823&start=4710#p794650, but also belongs on the Trump thread, which has essentially been taken over by 1-2 snide, anti-Trump posters.

Outstanding speech by Roger Stone!! This really ramps up my enthusiasm for the Trump camp. It also dovetails with the article written by Donald Trump in support of western ranchers, including the Bundys, going up against the BLM, etc., which appeared in the Reno Gazette about a year ago.

I wasn't aware of any of the other 14 Republican candidates ever mentioning this controversy. Donald Trump was the only one.

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Postby larsenb » Wed Jul 19, 2017 9:32 pm

Still another plus for the Trump camp. This is an outstanding move, IMHO. First posted here: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=9823&p=794657#p794657

TRUMP ENDS CIA PROGRAM ARMING ANTI-ASSAD ‘REBELS’ Obama-era program saw US weapons repeatedly reach jihadists
Mikael Thalen | Infowars.com - JULY 19, 2017

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The covert CIA program training and arming Syrian rebels to fight the government of Bashar al-Assad has been ended by President Trump, U.S. officials tell the Washington Post.

The decision to phase out the Obama-era program was reportedly made by Trump during a White House meeting last month with CIA Director Mike Pompeo and national security adviser H.R. McMaster.

“Officials said the phasing out of the secret program reflects Trump’s interest in finding ways to work with Russia, which saw the anti-Assad program as an assault on its interests,” the Post states. “The shuttering of the program is also an acknowledgment of Washington’s limited leverage and desire to remove Assad from power.” . . . .

Trump’s decision was followed by the recent announcement of a cease-fire in southwest Syria with Russia. Trump also stated earlier this month the potential for a second cease-fire in the region.

“We are working on the second cease-fire in a very rough part of Syria,” Trump said. “If we get that and a few more, all of a sudden we are going to have no bullets being fired in Syria.”

The new policy appears to conflict with recent statements made by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley. In April Tillerson asserted that he saw “no role” for Assad in a future Syria while Haley that same month said the administration does not see the possibility of peace with the Syrian leader still in power.

While some officials speaking to the Post decried Trump’s decision, arguing it empowered Russia over the US in the region, the CIA program proved highly-controversial since its inception given countless reports revealing so-called “moderate rebels” jihadi ties.

In September 2015 a group of US-backed rebels known as Division 30 were found to have handed their weapons over to Syrian al-Qaeda affiliate Jahbat al-Nusra only one week after entering the country.

The Free Syrian Army, a group funded and armed by the Obama administration, admitted in 2014 to fighting alongside numerous terrorist organizations in Syria including the Islamic State.

“We are collaborating with the Islamic State and the Nusra Front by attacking the Syrian Army’s gatherings in… Qalamoun,” Bassel Idriss, commander of an FSA-run rebel brigade, said. “Let’s face it: The Nusra Front is the biggest power present right now in Qalamoun and we as FSA would collaborate on any mission they launch as long as it coincides with our values.”

Several factions of the FSA including Ahl Al Athar, Ibin al-Qa’im and Aisha were also reported to have pledge their allegiance to the terror group as well.

Agence France-Presse reported in 2014 that moderate rebel groups backed by the White House even went as far as to sign a non-aggression pact with the Islamic State in order to focus their efforts against the Assad government.

In May of 2015 a declassified government document obtained by conservative watchdog Judicial Watch also revealed the Obama administration moved forward with support for Salafist groups despite predicting it would lead to the rise of an entity like the Islamic State.

“[T]he Pentagon foresaw the likely rise of the ‘Islamic State’ as a direct consequence of this strategy, and warned that it could destabilize Iraq,” journalist Nafeez Ahmed wrote. “Despite anticipating that Western, Gulf state and Turkish support for the ‘Syrian opposition’ — which included al-Qaeda in Iraq — could lead to the emergence of an ‘Islamic State’ in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the document provides no indication of any decision to reverse the policy of support to the Syrian rebels. On the contrary, the emergence of an al-Qaeda affiliated ‘Salafist Principality’ as a result is described as a strategic opportunity to isolate Assad.”

Michael T. Flynn, the former Defense Intelligence Agency director for the Obama administration – who resigned as national security adviser for the Trump administration this year – stated during an interview with Al Jazeera in 2015 that the Obama administration made a “willful decision” to support terrorist groups in the fight against Assad.

“I think it was a decision. I think it was a willful decision,” Flynn said.



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Re: TRUMP.

Postby freedomforall » Wed Jul 19, 2017 10:15 pm

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Re: TRUMP.

Postby Silver » Thu Jul 20, 2017 6:06 am

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Still another plus for the Trump camp. This is an outstanding move, IMHO. First posted here: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=9823&p=794657#p794657

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Shallow analysis, again, from the Trump supporters who are so desperate to remove the bloody smear across the Murderer In Chief's face. He's getting rid of the CIA program because he's got boots on the ground, and not just in Syria. There's talk of going back to Libya now. Warmongers!
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