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Le Gaucher

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About the Girl who got mocked by Airline - I think its the mother fault.

Yes the airline staff was stupid and need to get their ass grounded.

But Naming the Kid "Abcde" ?

That is Mental. I know freedom of expression and all that. But let's get real. What what the lady expecting?? I pity the poor kid and how she is going to get bullied in school.

I hope that other Trump Towers in India and rest of the world are stopped and a serious look

Is given into who else was bribed

Who is the pissfart currently on Ari Melber?

Just curious.

I think Cohen's life may be in danger

Things like people developing a conscience is very inconvenient to Putin.

Getting rid of him will save embarrassment and send a message to others thinking about sprouting a conscience.

I really hope no harm comes to him.

GM workers think Trump is not at fault.


LORDSTOWN, Ohio — After an election campaign in which he had pledged a manufacturing renaissance, President Trump came to this once-thriving industrial region of northeastern Ohio last year and all but waved a mission-accomplished flag.

The jobs are “all coming back,” he announced. “Don’t move, don’t sell your house.”

That vow collided with the shifting dynamics of the auto industry on Monday when General Motors told workers it was idling Lordstown’s prized Chevrolet factory.

“Some people were crying,” said Joyce Olesky, a 23-year employee of the plant. “I looked over and saw people who looked like they had the flu, turning white.”

Many Lordstown residents recalled that Mr. Trump had promoted steel tariffs and his trade savvy as a way to create jobs. But while critics faulted the president for failing to deliver what he promised, a number of workers were quick to exonerate him.

Auditions for golden shower hookers.

Presenting Operation Waterfall

Manafort's Lawyer Said to Brief Trump Attorneys on What He Told Mueller

Source: NY Times

WASHINGTON — A lawyer for Paul Manafort, the president’s onetime campaign chairman, repeatedly briefed President Trump’s lawyers on his client’s discussions with federal investigators after Mr. Manafort agreed to cooperate with the special counsel, according to one of Mr. Trump’s lawyers and two other people familiar with the conversations.

The arrangement was highly unusual and inflamed tensions with Mr. Mueller’s office when prosecutors discovered it after Mr. Manafort began cooperating two months ago, the people said. Some legal experts speculated that it was a bid by Mr. Manafort for a presidential pardon even as he worked with the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, in hopes of a lighter sentence.

Read more: https://nyti.ms/2zuFno5

What will it take for Republicans to impeach this Bastard

What if Trump openly obstructs justice by pardoning Manafort.

Because that is going to happen.

Just you wait.

I bought a new pair of skis on a thanksgiving sale..

These are a lot bigger than my current skis. But I think I am ready for it.

Can't wait!!

Who here is pro trade?

Globalism in its purest implies I am free to sell coca cola in Argentina and any Argentinian is free to travel to and apply for job at any coca-cola factory.

Free movement of goods and labor.

Obviously we have a partial implementation. Trade is probably free within EU ... Between NAFTA members.. Otherwise we have restrictions of all sorts .. Visas / Tarriiffs of many kinds.

Trump seems to anti globalization ( except when it suits him) .. I think Republicans ( the ones who really matter.. Not the idiot base) are generally for globalization .. What is not to love for them about market access and cheaper labor?

Dems have played along.. But I don't think we have a solid opinion one way or another.

What do you all think?

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