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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 06:49 PM
Number of posts: 4,939

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Mitch McConnell: "I'm not a great fan of daily tweets, but I am a fan of what Trump's doing"


Peter King (R-NY) "I've known Roger Stone for 35 years. To THINK that he'd influence the Russians.."


BREAKING: Trump administration considers mobilizing as many as 100,000 National Guard troops...


"He's not vacationing when he goes to Mar-a-Lago. He works nonstop every day of the week."

Trump’s three Mar-a-Lago trips since the inauguration have probably cost the federal treasury about $10 million, based on figures used in an October government report analyzing White House travel, including money for Coast Guard units to patrol the exposed shoreline and other military, security and staffing expenses associated with moving the apparatus of the presidency.

“The unique thing about President Trump is that he knows what it costs to run a plane,” Fitton added, noting that Trump should consider using the presidential retreat of Camp David, a short helicopter ride from the White House, or even his golf course in Northern Virginia. Of Mar-a-Lago, Fitton said, “Going down there ain’t free.”

For Trump, the costs come with an additional perk: Some of the money flows into his own pocket. While Trump has removed himself from managing his company, he has refused to divest his ownership, meaning that he benefits from corporate successes such as government contracts.

“He is not vacationing when he goes to Mar-a-Lago,” Grisham said. “The president works nonstop every day of the week, no matter where he is.”


Phil Collins' amusing take on the less-than-stellar Led Zeppelin Live Aid reunion


“It was a disaster, really," he said. "Robert wasn’t match-fit with his voice and Jimmy was out of it. It wasn’t my fault that it was crap. If I could have walked off, I would have. But then we’d all be talking about why Phil Collins walked off Live Aid—so I just stuck it out.”

"I know the wheels are falling off from early on in the set. I can’t hear Robert clearly from where I’m sat, but I can hear enough to know that he’s not on top of his game. Ditto Jimmy. I don’t remember playing Rock And Roll, but obviously I did. But I do remember an awful lot of time where I can hear what Robert decries as ‘knitting’: fancy drumming. And if you can find the footage (the Zeppelin camp have done their best to scrub it from the history books), you can see me miming, playing the air, getting out of the way lest there be a train wreck. If I’d known it was to be a two-drummer band, I would have removed myself from proceedings long before I got anywhere near Philadelphia."

"Onstage I don’t take my eyes off Tony Thompson. I’m glued to him. I’m having to follow—he’s taking the heavy-handed lead and has opted to ignore all my advice. Putting myself in his shoes, he’s probably thinking, 'This is the beginning of a new career. John Bonham isn’t around any more. They’re gonna want someone. This could be the start of a Led Zeppelin reunion. And I don’t need this English fuck in my way.'"

Colbert has the perfect response to Trump's "I inherited a mess" press conference remark

Pat Robertson: Revolting against Trump is revolting against God's Plan For America

Trump on Rocky Horror Presser: "Rush Limbaugh said one of greatest ever. Fake media not happy!"


Trumps deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka claims Trump had "a fabulous press conference"

"Dont touch me": Kayleigh McEnany accuses Charles Blow of "sinister motivations"

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