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Is this really too much to ask



Gets information from government and expert sources, not cable TV
Would read a book and the daily briefing
Understands what “trade deficit” means
Has no nicknames for other politicians
Hires a press secretary who is ashamed to lie
Knows the European Union is on our side and Russia is not
Accepts that the Justice Department doesn’t serve as the president’s private law firm
Recognizes climate change is a major problem
Does not boast about natural disasters (biggest hurricane ever!)
Will not fuss about his personal appearance and engage in partisan attacks moments after commenting on a mass shooting
Releases his tax returns for the past 10 years and divests of all businesses


What goes around comes around

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Ann Coulter isn't having it. She's "outraged" by his latest proposal



GOP lawmaker: trump's "straw man proposal" not meant to become law



"They've listened to a lot of Democrat and Republican members for the last month. They've heard all the demands, they know all the background on it,” said Lankford, a member of the Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

“Put out a straw man proposal. Get something out there the president can say, ‘I can support this’ — and has elements from both sides. Put it on the table, then open it up for debate.”


giuliani says trump may have talked to Cohen about testimony


President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani argued Sunday he did not know for sure if Trump spoke with Michael Cohen about his congressional testimony, but that it would not have been significant if Trump did.

"I don't know if it happened or didn't happen. It may be attorney-client privilege if it happened, where I can't acknowledge it. But I have no knowledge that he spoke to him, but I'm telling you I wasn't there then," Giuliani said on CNN's "State of the Union" with Jake Tapper.


That took all of 2 days.


that is all.

Steve Scalise: "He should come on over anyway, we'll find a place for him to speak"

RE: SOTU disinvitation on Chris Hayes just now.

Might I suggest the steam pipe trunk distribution venue?

They have completely stripped King of all his princess points.

No committees. From what I'm to understand, those plum committee assignments are golden. There's also a strongly - worded "disapproval" bill

International Relations Expert Compares Trump's Rants To Those Of An Ailing Dictator Under Siege


"This is the kind of speech you give in Spanish in the early 1950s into a tinny microphone with the crackle and static of a fading kerosene generator and the sound of shouting and gunfire in the background approaching the presidential palace."



Wall Crowd Funder decides to use $ to build wall himself


A decorated veteran who raised more than $20 million to finance construction of a wall along the southern U.S. border has announced that he will instead use the money to finance a new nonprofit group that will build the wall itself—or at least a couple miles of it.

Brian Kolfage’s crowdfunding campaign on the website GoFundMe went viral in December, before news outlets uncovered previous instances in which the triple-amputee veteran appeared to have pocketed funds raised through similar, if far smaller, campaigns billed as efforts to assist wounded warriors.

Now Kolfage, a prolific operator of conspiracy theory Facebook pages, has recruited a team of prominent figures in President Donald Trump’s orbit to run a new 501(c)(4) nonprofit, named We Fund The Wall, to do some wall construction of its own. The new group’s board, Kolfage announced on Friday, includes Erik Prince, the founder of infamous military contract Blackwater; David Clarke, the former scandal-plagued sheriff of Milwaukee County; Fox News contributor Sara Carter; Tom Tancredo, an immigration hardliner and former Colorado congressman; and former Kansas Secretary of State and voter fraud crusader Kris Kobach.

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