Located in The Break Room started by lennco, Jul 20, 2012.
"they got him" but wont vote to impeach him.
@GILSAN, 16 spamming memes, didn't break your record. Here you go:
READ: Pelosi's 'fact sheet' on Trump impeachment
They got him. Bill Taylor text messages are very bad as well.
There will be a public trial.
Vice President Pence is entangled in this scandal. According to press reports, in September, Pence met with Ukrainian President Zelensky in Poland and “conveyed the news that hundreds of millions of dollars in U.S. aid to Ukraine was not going to be released amid concerns about the country’s lagging efforts to combat corruption.” The withholding of aid may have been an effort to pressure Ukraine into announcing investigations into President Trump’s 2020 political rival to help the president’s reelection
100% Guaranteed Trump will be Impeached.
Removing him is another thing entirely, but that is not looking good for him either.
Has no self control, lost count how many times he outs himself.
'You people with this phony Emoluments Clause': Cabinet meeting devolves into 71 minutes of Trump grievances
Because he has no self control and Trumptards have to keep defending this man and make excuses for things he has already done, but then he keeps doing more stupid stuff and they have to make even more excuses.
His is his own worst enemy.
It has to be exhausting for them to play catch up all the time.
Yep, he is trying to bury the facts, he doesn't like the facts they only get in the way of a good Trump lie....lol
You're going to be disappointed. Again.™
Trump fielding ideas for replacing acting chief of staff Mulvaney: sources
Reuters•October 21, 2019
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump has been fielding suggestions from allies on who might succeed his acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, amid frustration at his team's response to the Democrats' impeachment inquiry, two sources close to the White House said on Monday.
Trump's irritation at being dogged by a variety of issues - from impeachment to his decision to move U.S. troops out of northeastern Syria - was on display on Monday in the White House Cabinet Room as the president aired his grievances at length before his senior advisers and a group of reporters.
The president has been focused in part on Mulvaney's comments to reporters last week that Trump had withheld military aid from Ukraine in an effort to get Kiev to investigate a debunked claim about the 2016 U.S. election.
A television interview on Sunday in which Mulvaney tied Trump's now-reversed decision to host G7 leaders at his resort near Miami to a feeling by the president that he was still in the hospitality business was also seen as falling flat.
"The president expressed some concern after Mick's difficult week," said one of the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
The White House declined to comment.
Whether Trump will actually part ways with Mulvaney is uncertain. The president blows hot and cold with his advisers and sometimes has difficulty filling top positions. As recently as last week, he publicly expressed "a lot of confidence" in Mulvaney's performance.
Senior staff members applauded Mulvaney during a morning meeting on Monday in a show of support for the acting chief of staff, who is a popular figure within the West Wing, two White House officials said.
The sources close to the White House, however, said Trump had been talking to allies about who he could put in the position should he decide to make a change.
Two names that were being talked about, senior advisers Jared Kushner and Kellyanne Conway, have turned the job down in the past. A third name cited was that of Matthew Whitaker, who was acting attorney general earlier this year. Kushner is Trump's son-in-law.
Trump has a long history of growing weary of top advisers. Mulvaney, 52, was named by Trump to be acting chief of staff last January, after Trump parted ways with retired General John Kelly, who had replaced Reince Priebus as chief of staff.
The president has been frustrated at the White House's response to the Democrats' attempt to oust him from office through impeachment, a number of sources have said.
Mulvaney was taking a measure of blame for attempts to hire former South Carolina congressman Trey Gowdy to serve as an outside legal adviser to Trump on impeachment.
Days after Gowdy's hire was announced, Trump was forced to admit that Gowdy would not be able to join the team until January because of lobbying rules. The impeachment fight could well be over by then.
Another day ends with a Traitor in the White House.
Trudeau with the win, Trump up late again.
on a wonderful and hard fought victory. Canada is well served. I look forward to working with you toward the betterment of both of our countries!
12:33 AM · Oct 22, 2019
Donald J. Trump
Too coherent -Somebody posted that to his account. Melania?
Nicolle Wallace Can't Stop Laughing At 'Flop Sweat' Pompeo's TV Disaster
Pompeo is such a true Dingleberry, he is hiding so much crap and its really starting to show.
Gotta love Nicolle Wallace
Man wins women's world cycling championship; calls women stupid losers. Liberals cheer his bravery.
Jimmy Carter hospitalized after fall at Georgia home
ATLANTA (AP) — Former President Jimmy Carter is in the hospital again after falling and fracturing his pelvis at his home in Plains, Georgia.
Carter Center spokeswoman Deanne Congileo described the fracture as minor in a statement issued Tuesday. She said the 95-year-old is in good spirits at the Phoebe Sumter Medical Center and is looking forward to recovering at home after his fall Monday evening.
^ Here is a Real American
Former CIA director John Brennen can't understand why he's being investigated... hires lawyer anyway.
*Why do you need a lawyer if your not guilty? - Entitled, probably.
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