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Hometown: Washington state, for half my life
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Happily retired and now enjoy being the "Queen of Everything" in our house in the woods. (Mr. Dixie is the Prince of What's Left) but................ Golden Retrievers RULE!!!

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"The guy won't pay and he won't listen" say lawyers who rejected Trump's case.

Four top law firms turned down requests to represent Trump

"But a consistent theme, the sources said, was the concern about whether the president would accept the advice of his lawyers and refrain from public statements and tweets that have consistently undercut his position.

“The concerns were, ‘The guy won’t pay and he won’t listen,’” said one lawyer close to the White House who is familiar with some of the discussions between the firms and the administration, as well as deliberations within the firms themselves."


My good night lol for y'all.

gotta go to bed early enough to be awake for Comey tomorrow.

and speaking of....


Here is the full 7 pages of Comey's planned testimony

you can read it online or download in pdf format.


I just heard from an email that Trump had dinner with Tom Cotton & Rubio last night.

Anyone else heard this??

Well, well, look who lil Marco Rubio sold his soul to

I don't think it is blackmail. I think it is money, pure and simple. Because of this:

"Jared Kushner’s family needs $250 million to pay off Chinese investors — but US banks wary of lending"

Jared Kushner’s family is seeking a $250 million loan to pay back Chinese investors in a real estate development — but U.S. banks aren’t exactly eager to do business with them.

Kushner Companies have shopping around for a loan against their 50-story Trump Bay Street luxury tower in Jersey City, which they would use to repay investors and pay off a mortgage on the development, reported Bloomberg Politics.

The family would keep $50 million from the loan, sources told the website.

The company owned by Kushner’s family funded about a quarter of the $194 million development through the EB-5 visa program granting green cards to wealthy foreigners in exchange for U.S. investment.

Some large U.S. banks are reluctant to get involved in the transaction due to Kushner’s ties to the White House, and because of the politically fraught visa program, sources said.


The family will keep 50 million of the loan......think about that.

think about Kushner's attempt to milk more money from China by selling visas, which apparently he has done in the past.

Think about the wonder of a building at 666 address dragging Kushner down.

What if Trump is in debt to Russia? if he is indeed selling the WH/country to pay off a Russian debt?

Guess who wants to live tweet during Comey's hearing..... C'mon, you know who.

Washington Post reporter Robert Costa told MSNBC on Tuesday that the president would directly respond to Comey on Twitter as the testimony is underway.

“I was just talking to some White House officials this morning and their view is that the president himself wants to be the messenger, his own warrior, his own lawyer, his own spokesman,” Costa explained. “Some outside people, some surrogates will be available.”

The White House had initially said that it would be setting up a “war room” to deal with Comey’s testimony, but sources this week revealed that officials had failed to follow through with the plan.


PLS pls pls pls pls pls let this be true...

He's asking people for money to defend him now!!!!

My god, EVERyThing is money pump for him.


If you believe in any wishes and/or prayers, focus on this

Here's thought to cheer you up.

From an article..a quick ovrview, of Watergate:

As Hunt's demands for "hush money" persisted, John Dean, a White House lawyer, privately told Nixon that there was "a cancer on the presidency."
When the FBI finally pierced the White House denials,

**senior officials faced prosecution for perjury and obstruction of justice.**

In April 1973, four of Nixon's top aides lost their jobs, including chief of staff Haldeman, chief domestic policy adviser, John Ehrlichman, Attorney General Richard Kleindienst and Dean himself.

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