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Trump expands travel bans to Nigeria and 5 other countries.....

Burma, Eritrea,Kyrgyzstan, Sudan and Tanzania.

* I predict next headline will say, travel bans from all countries except European countries. What's stopping him?


They are all afraid of him....

The republican party is very afraid of Trump. No news there. They won't tell him that he is already impeached and there is nothing that Mitch can do to reverse it. As long as they are on tv and he is watching them pretend to fight for him, he is happy. And they rely on his stupidity to carry out their pretense. Not one of them have the courage, they whisper about him behind his back and publicly defend the indefensible. It's a must-see tv and a spectacle to watch. lol

GOP Senator seeks to dismiss articles of impeachment cause of dem delay in sending


*Can this be done?

I just saw a ticker on my computer that said..

WH to veto the spending bill. details later.

* If this is true I am not surprised. Trump is having a tantrum. I said this last week he may do this.

New hashtag for Trump by George Conway...



*[Perfect! What about #IMPOTUS3

George Conway and other conservative critics launch PAC to take down Trump

“As Americans, we must stem the damage he and his followers are doing to the rule of law, the Constitution and the American character," the group wrote.

12/17/2019 10:02 AM EST

A group of conservative critics of President Donald Trump — including lawyer George Conway, husband of White House aide Kellyanne Conway — is launching a super PAC that will spend the next year working against Trump’s reelection and Trump loyalism within the GOP.

“Patriotism and the survival of our nation in the face of the crimes, corruption and corrosive nature of Donald Trump are a higher calling than mere politics,” the founders of the Lincoln Project wrote in a New York Times opinion piece published Tuesday. “As Americans, we must stem the damage he and his followers are doing to the rule of law, the Constitution and the American character.”

The group also pledged to transcend partisanship to preserve Constitutional principles. Trump "has neither the moral compass nor the temperament to serve,” the group wrote.
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George Conway, a conservative lawyer who has frequently offered scathing criticism of Trump, has created political headaches for Kellyanne Conway, one of Trump’s most loyal advisers. George Conway and Trump have exchanged pointed barbs, with Conway calling for the president’s impeachment for what he says is corrupt behavior and Trump calling Conway a “husband from hell.”
Now, as Conway is campaigning against his wife’s boss, questions are sure to continue about the couple's opposing political stances.

Other principals in the group include Steve Schmidt, a former adviser to John McCain; John Weaver, the chief strategist for John Kasich’s presidential campaign in 2016; and Republican political strategist Rick Wilson.
The group is aiming to raise and spend millions of dollars on advertising to dissuade Republican voters from backing Trump’s reelection bid.

“Those wounds can be bound up only once the threat has been defeated,” the Lincoln Project founders wrote. “So, too, will our country have to knit itself back together after the scourge of Trumpism has been overcome.”


* In the Conway home during dinner, George gets a phone call from his PAC partners and has to excuse himself from the dinner table so Kelly Anne won't hear what he is talking about. I bet he has to take his cellphone in the bathroom.

Watching the House panel debate...

So the Republicans are whining that the Dems wanted Trump not to be president back in 2015 and how this is a premeditated action they are doing to impeach Trump. This is laughable. Obviously, the Dems saw him as a danger to the country, all Trump did was give them what they want for he is responsible for his actions. Now they are whining that the Dems never liked him, as I recall most of the Republicans didn't like Trump either when he was running, they felt he was a danger to the country as well. They were very vocal about it. The difference between the Dems and the republicans is that the republicans drank the kool-aid, complicit in his actions and the Dems didn't do that.

Eric Swalwell for Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Nuff said.

She made me smile....and she'll make you smile too

After watching the news and all the horrible things I saw and heard this week, she made my day. There is hope for us.

I have a nickname for Devin Nunes...Numbskull Nunes

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