Discussion in 'The War Room' started by computer fogie, Oct 21, 2019.
Jesus. This look horrible.
To be fair...I kind of trust Trump over McConnell these days, lol.
Absolutely, business as usual.
Lol how do you even take yourself seriously?
By noticing the observable reality all around me. The one where President Donald Trump is still president, and will win 2020.
Mike, at what point do you realize you've died on about 6 different hills in the past year and go "Hey, maybe I'm wrong about everything?"
He doesn't. He's a Canadian troll.
Everyone needs to read Taylor's statement before they even consider posting anymore in this thread.
And I'm American btw.
Technically you do reside in North America. I'll give you that eh.
Thank you for having a heart.
The entire Trump base is anarchy lol. He's getting thrown out of office by the Senate lol. That's gonna be great lol.
Is this legit?
Assuming all that has been tweeted about today is true, I think it is still going to be very unlikely that 20 Republicans in the Senate vote for impeachment.
Trump could muff punch their daughters, and they would still find a way to defend him
He called Ted Cruz' wife ugly on national television, and Cruz still kissed the O ring.
He accused Ted's father of being in on the JFK assassination ffs
Yeah Trump has a much bigglier resume
- Draft dodging
- Use daddy's connections to climb
- The Apprentice
- POTUS (thanks Hillary)
Not positive, but supposedly this is Bill Taylor’s statement. If true, this is the most damning thing so far. Everybody should feel uncomfortable with this.
“During that phone call Ambassador Sondland told me that President Trump had told him that he wants President Zelensky to state publicly that Ukraine will investigate Burisma and alleged Urkainian interference in the 2016 US election.“
“In fact, Sondland said ‘everything’ was dependent on such an announcement, including security assistance.”
“Ambassador Sondland tried to explain to me that President Trump is a businessman. When a businessman is about to sign a check to someone who owes him something, he said, the businessman asks that person to pay up before signing the check.”
Quid. Pro. Quo.
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