Report: Rice Unmasking Requests Were for Surveillance of “Daily Lives” of Trump Officials…

CTH Susan Rice Back Story:

Today, Catherine Herridge is reporting the unmasking requests made by former National Security Adviser were requests for details of daily surveillance of President Trump’s transition team regarding their daily life activity.

(New York) The intelligence reports at the center of the Susan Rice unmasking controversy were detailed, and almost resembled a private investigator’s file, according to a Republican congressman familiar with the documents.

“This is information about their everyday lives,” Rep. Peter King of New York, a member of the House Intelligence committee said. “Sort of like in a divorce case where lawyers are hired, investigators are hired just to find out what the other person is doing from morning until night and then you try to piece it together later on.”

On the House Intelligence Committee, only the Republican chairman, Devin Nunes of California, and the ranking Democrat Adam Schiff, also of California, have personally reviewed the intelligence reports. Some members were given broad outlines.

Nunes has consistently stated that the files caused him deep concern because the unmasking went beyond the former national security adviser Mike Flynn, and the information was not related to Moscow. (read more)

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439 Responses to Report: Rice Unmasking Requests Were for Surveillance of “Daily Lives” of Trump Officials…

  1. lettruthspeak says:

    I know people want to believe the criminals in DC will get to the bottom of this, but if four Americans were allowed to die, and the president and SOS with malice aforethought, and without batting an eye, got up in front of the flag-draped coffins of the dead men, their families and American people and lied with impunity about how and why they died, why would they believe for one second that spying on Trump would lead to any accountability from these same criminals.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Nancy Blowski says:

      It was for a bigger cause, “fry the rice” (add scrimp)


    • platypus says:

      Because there’s a new sheriff in town, and God is guiding him.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Pied Piper says:

      Excellent point. We are all naive, chumps is what my dad would have said. Blacks in high places nearly always walk free.


    • navysquid says:

      Absolutely! I am still furious to this day that you could have HRC and Obama standing over brothers of mine in their coffins and lie their arse’s off…and trot Rice out there to tell America why they died with such an unbelievable tale about a video!! Trust me, when I say this, that people overseas especially in Libya, Iraq, AFG, Yemen, Kuwait, Pakistan, etc are not scouring the internet in search of video that no one had ever heard of before that would cause a riot!

      What’s sickening is the Obama Admin KNEW that some of the American people would believe it and their friends in the MSM would push the story over and over. Meanwhile, every single one of them still walk free…

      btw…did we ever hear from the 30+ people rescued at the compound that night?? No. Their testimonies have been sealed to keep them revealing what they were really doing there which was Fast and Furious Eastern Hemisphere…

      Liked by 13 people

  2. MfM says:

    As much as I’d love to see former Pres. Obama in jail, it’s not going to happen. Going after him will pull together his base and the Democrat Party.

    Much better to find out who else they went after like Bernie or even other Republicans like Rand Paul and Cruz. That will work on splitting the Democrats without the martyr like quality of going after Obama. There are people I know who still think Obama walks on water and shut down the slightest negative thing said about him.

    Absolutely there are people who voted for Obama, saw the light and then voted for Trump.

    Liked by 3 people

    • elleb77 says:

      Remember the pictures that circulated during the primary of Cruz leaving a hotel with some woman? Hmmm. Wonder who took those pictures? And why.

      Liked by 2 people

    • platypus says:

      Your first sentence used to be true. Now it depends on what shows up in the snooping details. If there is any pillow talk of a personal nature, it might not be acceptable to the privacy obsessed crowd.


      • boutis says:

        I totally agree. And the personal stuff, and the nastier it is, will prove that the Dem spin “it had to be done-RUSSIA!!!” is BS. Trump forewarning them in his “bad or sick guy” tweet directed at Obama must have caused a Depends moment. At that point they knew that Trump knew. That tweet was early March and a week later Obama landed in French Polynesia on March 15.

        Liked by 6 people

    • navysquid says:

      It won’t matter to Democrats….they stay together like a pack of rabid dogs. It is the Repub’s that eat their own when things do not go 100% their way. It was already proven that Bernie was set up to fail in the run for the nomination and yet HE endorsed HRC’s campaign and most of his followers showed up and voted for her.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Frankly Ben says:

      Do you think if the shoe were on the other foot the dims would think for one nanosecond about unifying the Republican base?

      If the utter contempt Soetoro has for the US constitution and all its laws is not met head on with full prosecution for his endless crimes – say goodbye to our Republic.

      He must be held totally accountable, with every crime fully exposed.

      We must prosecute this hideous creep.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. “Vengeance is mine saith the Lord”
    Romans 12:19 KJV

    Let the Lord work in His mysterious ways. That’s our only option for Justice.

    Liked by 7 people

    • fuzzi says:

      You missed a tiny bit, but I agree:

      “Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord”

      God will repay, punish in His way, which we all know is right, and perfect, and just.

      Liked by 5 people

    • I think the Good Lord accepts honest attempts at human justice such as our DOJ and our court systems. He also accepts concepts of war. The Lord knows the final outcome of all things, and does not expect all good people to just sit still and abide with injustice and those who laugh at people who seek law and order with justice.


  4. missmarple2 says:

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  5. Yes , Trump’s original tweets = B-I-N-G-__. – waiting for that last letter to be called . They never learn do they . But the amount of this instant , near hysterical , defensiveness for Rice et al means they realize they took the cheese and ….

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  6. Concerned Virginian says:

    Two things:
    First, Ms. Rice LIED to Andrea Mitchell when Rice stated that the “intelligence gathering” was to be about “the Russia connection”. The truth is that the “intelligence gathering” was purely to try and blackmail/coerce/suborn Mr. Trump and/or someone close to him and/or his Transition Team to get the November election declared “illegal” and give the Presidency to Hillary Clinton. Mark my words, Hillary is ALSO mixed up in this debacle.
    Second, if the Trump Transition Team was spied on, that meant that VP PENCE was also spied on, since he was the head of the team.

    Liked by 5 people

    • frank says:

      Hillary’s boy Mook should go down in flames too.

      Liked by 3 people

    • buzzybee says:

      I think you’re right on about Hillary being mixed up in this, Concerned Virginian. I actually think it’s HillBill (both of them) and especially their commie cronies. Hard to believe there’s anyone more crooked than the Clintons, but I think there are, and that’s who HillBill and company likes to network with closest.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. flawesttexas says:

    The GOP better get their big boy pants up…and get CONVICTIONS on Rice and Obama Admin. No more talk.

    Primary all GOP who have not convicted the perps

    Barack Hussein Obama ordered the spying on the Trump team. I say this as Statement of Fact, not an opinion

    Liked by 7 people

  8. iswhatitis says:

    In the article stock photo with Obama, he appears to be both ‘man-spreading’ and ‘man-splaining’.

    OMG!! The horror. It’s very disturbing. Triggering. Where’s my safe space!?!?!?

    The LEFT should be all over him for that crime. Protests, pussy hats – Obama needs to learn this… THEY invented that crap – and so they ought to take notice of it.


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  9. Just_me says:

    Not too long ago a tabloid floated the rumor that DJT and wife were not sleeping together, and not because she is in NY most of the time. I do not believe that story, but I wonder if it was a stretched hint dropped as a result of the daily monitoring of DJT, et al ?

    Liked by 2 people

    • missmarple2 says:

      Well, it could simply be that since he famously only sleeps 3-4 hours a night and she probably sleeps more normal hours, they have separate bedrooms so that he doesn’t wake her either coming to bed late or getting up early.

      This does not mean anything other than that as such an article hinted, I am sure.


      • Just_me says:

        I don’t think it means anything either, but the daily monitoring of Trump is creepy and/or sick. Would not be a stretch for the leakers to make stuff up. This is all so disgusting. I hope we don’t have to wait for years for this mess to play out.

        Liked by 1 person

      • H.R. says:

        Exactly right, missmarple2. There are lots of reasons for couples to sleep in separate rooms. For example,great beauties supposedly have one flaw. Maybe Melania snores! (Just kidding. Only the IC and PDJT know for sure.) Maybe PJDT snores!

        Seriously; I have restless leg syndrome and my wife took to the guest room because I was thrashing around all night. Once the Doc figured out what caused the thrashing and I was able to get control of the thrashing legs, Mrs. H.R. is b-a-a-a-ck.

        Oh! An older couple who befriended my wife and me kept separate bedrooms. He was a WWII POW held by the Germans and weighed 87 pounds when he was freed. He had horrible nightmares that precluded any thoughts of sleeping in the same room with anyone.

        Nail. Head. Hammer, missmarple2. There are many reasons couples don’t share a bed or bedroom.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Just_me says:

          Just so I am clear. My comment wasn’t about passing judgement on Trump’s sleeping arraingements. Like you wrote, there are many reasons and frankly, I don’t care. My comment was about the tabloid stuff in relation to Trump’s Tweet saying Obama is bad/ sick, and that we are reading reports that he was investigated in a manner similarly to a private detective working on a divorce case. Those kinds of investigators go through trash, interview maids/maintenance people, teachers, store clerks, etc and watch people’s every move. Then you take into account what Nunes said, that the surveillance was very disturbing and had nothing to do with Russia, but it was intended to embarrass Trump. I think the whole reason Nunes went to Trump first is because the depth of the personal intrusion. Not a far stretch to think information, innocuous or not, was passed to a tabloid. Timing alone is suspicious.

          I appreciate your comment.

          Liked by 2 people

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Frankly, who cares?

      Liked by 2 people

    • wondering999 says:

      I don’t want to share a bedroom with my spouse because he DOESN’T SLEEP. Insomniac. Which means if I try to “sleep” with him I don’t sleep either and live with permanent jet lag.

      I didn’t elect POTUS to inspect his sleeping arrangements or Melania’s. None of my bidness or anybody else’s. Whatever their situation I wish them well (and the same for myself).

      There’s this saying that “The truth shall set us free”. If we’re going to be free people, we all need to learn to accept truth, whatever it is. Like, there *are* pedophile priests (and teachers, and policemen, and ice cream vendors etc.) There are people who solicit prostitutes, and people who sell their souls for money. It’s all true, kids. The best we can do is try to stay honest and keep our noses alert for B.S.


  10. MIKE says:

    Overheard at David Rhodes’ household yesterday;
    “Dad? Did Uncle Ben convert Rice?”

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Chewbarkah says:

    Extensive details about a person’s life, contacts, and schedule allow discovering vulnerabilities (like affairs, casual drug buys, unseemly associations with crooks and political opponents) or if none are discovered, make it very easy to create fake news accusations that seem very credible. Hillary started out with Craig Livingston and the FBI files. Now we’ve come to this high tech version.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Barnacle Bill says:

      …and today’s Russian word of the day is ‘компромат’ – Kompromat. From Farkas’ favorite leaking site Wikipedia: compromising materials about a politician or other public figure used to create negative publicity, for blackmail, or for ensuring loyalty. Kompromat can be acquired from various security services, or outright forged, and then publicized by use of a public relations official. Widespread use of kompromat has been one of the characteristic features of politics in Russia and other post-Soviet states.

      Liked by 3 people

  12. From the Fox article SD linked to:
    _NSA disseminated 4,290 FAA Section 702 intelligence reports that included U.S. person information. Of those 4,290 reports, the U.S. person information was masked in 3,168 reports and unmasked in 1,122 reports.”

    The report said “NSA is allowed to unmask the identity for the specific requesting recipient only under certain conditions and where specific additional controls are in place” and those conditions were met for “654 U.S. person identities” in 2015.

    Does anyone on the investigating committee have authority to go back and check that the people involved were “legally spied on” or was this more private investigating for perhaps other candidates and their acquaintances. -Looking for dirt?

    Liked by 1 person

    • frank says:

      Lets face it.We were all spied on. Every one of us.Snowden warned us but the media took away any credibility he had. Meanwhile at NSA headquarters, they have not caught one terrorist ,just like the TSA.

      Liked by 2 people

  13. LULU says:

    Eli Lake (Bloomberg) is determined not to let the “Russia helped Trump win the election” meme die:

    The Real Political Scandal? Actually, There Are Two

    Let me guess. You read about Obama’s national security adviser who unmasked the names of Trump associates who were caught up in surveillance and are bewildered that the media is even covering this nothing-burger. It’s a diversion from the real story: how the president and his associates collaborated with a Russian influence operation against the U.S. election. (Snip)

    Let me suggest that both stories are something-burgers. Depending on where the facts lead, we will know whether Obama’s national security adviser, Susan Rice, was justified in unmasking the names of Trump transition officials or whether the media’s obsession with the government’s Russia investigation was warranted.

    Then he runs with the Russia helped Trump story. Adam Schiff could have written this. Maybe he did?

    Liked by 1 person

  14. freepetta says:

    Obie is going to throw Rice under a bus!! He’s so chicken to take responsibility for his own unlawful orders.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. missmarple2 says:

    Here is a partial transcript of an interview President Trump gave to Maggie Halberstam and Glenn Thrush of the New York Times:

    Regarding the Rice scandal, they sure did try to get him to spill the beans on what he knows, but he only hints, which HAS to be making the democrats nervous. The coplete exchange was not printed in the original story, but I bet Maggie was on the phone with democrats when she left the White House.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Jedi9 says:

      Thanks for sharing this link. I was reading this and the one thing that stands out the most besides the innuendos about the surveillance scandal is the Syria issue. Why is he expressing disappointment against Russia and Assad? Is this something he is knowingly going along with for the sake of a bigger play down the road in order to expose the black hats dirty evil work? Or is he simply in a corner on this and doesn’t know what to do? Clearly most intelligent people must know neither Russia nor Assad are the ones who committed this atrocity right? CIA? Rebels? McShame?


    • Why do you think he granted the interview in the first place? The more someone has an inkling of what is coming the more mistakes are made…

      Liked by 1 person

  16. yy4u says:

    NO! Are you telling me an administration who used the IRS to target political opponents who weren’t in office used NSA to spy on a political opponent running for office? An administration who put out a false narrative about a terrorist attack because it jeopardized its reelection? An administration who ignored Russia’s warning about two Chechens (who eventually bombed the finish line of the Boston Marathon) because it probably was too busy spying on Conservatives? Say it isn’t so. Never mind — the mainstream media already is saying it isn’t so. You can’t make this stuff up, folks. It’s easy to make fun of the Obama Administration (not that any comedians ever do) but we REALLY skated close to totalitarian control of the government by one man/one party. We still might not have gotten out of it.

    Liked by 6 people

    • navysquid says:

      So very true regarding the way the O Admin treated everyday Americans and then the press questions everything PDJT says and does?? Ridiculous and pathetic


    • paulraven1 says:

      The ball is in the court of this president’s DOJ to do something.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Before the Justice Dept can do ANYTHING, there must be evidence presented and warrant(s) issued. The Important step is the FEDERAL TRIAL at the District Level, then APPEAL TO THE Federal Appellate Court and FINALLY to the Supreme Court. If any of the Justices decide, majority decision, then the court will take it up…Getting Gorsuch on the USSC is very important.

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  17. pluffmudgirl says:

    Makes me wonder if such a detailed “file” was shown to Chief Justice Roberts just before the Obamacare Decision.

    Liked by 1 person

    • boutis says:

      If that is a yes he can now be blackmailed from the other direction for giving in to blackmail. What a stooge he is.


      • G. Combs says:

        Chief Justice Roberts will probably be ‘encouraged’ to retire at the very minimum if he was blackmailed.

        Personally I would like to see him own up to it and reverse his decisions/votes on those cases where he was coerced.

        Liked by 1 person

  18. beaujest says:

    You know they have checked into every person in the congress and senate and have the dirt on all of them !


  19. quintrillion says:

    It’s Andrew McMabe

    Liked by 4 people

  20. quintrillion says:

    More on McMabe’s connections and influences

    Liked by 1 person

  21. NYGuy54 says:

    Susan Rice is scheduled to be in Rochester on Saturday. How many national reporters will be here to ask her questions?

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Buck Turgidson says:

    No actually she doesn’t have game and that has been evident in spades forever. She is a dumbass moron that is not even a good liar. She is an affirmative action ‘two-fer’ that has been elevated well beyond her very shallow and limited abilities b/c of gender and race. If she was a white guy she would be stocking shelves @ Dollar General. Every advance or recognition she has received has been based on illlusion spun by a media badly infected with white guilt syndrome. She is an incompetent, pathetic, lightweight, spongeheaded loser liar. I hope she goes to prison for life.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Nancy Blowski says:

      Pretty Fancy Moron
      Rice was a foreign policy aide to Michael Dukakis during the 1988 presidential election.
      Rice attended Stanford University, where she received a Truman Scholarship and graduated with a BA in history in 1986. She earned membership in Phi Beta Kappa.[10][11]

      Awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, Rice attended New College, Oxford, where she earned an MPhil in 1988 and a DPhil in 1990. The Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, honored her dissertation entitled Commonwealth Initiative in Zimbabwe, 1979–1980: Implication for International Peacekeeping as the UK’s most distinguished in international relations.[4][12]

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Combs says:

        That was in the middle of the Affirmative Action White Guilt Feeding Frenzy. I went to college with them and then had to work with them. They would do NOTHING useful and throw a tantrum, break things (literally) and drop a lawsuit if they THOUGHT you wouldn’t kiss their rump. It was extremely frustrating since you had dead weight occupying space and costing $$$$.

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      • Interesting – Donna Brazile also worked for the Dukakis ’88 campaign


  23. anthohmy says:

    This is a mind numbing blow to the Republic – not just in the event itself, but for the psychological tactics used to weaponize and unsuspecting public and the ongoing turmoil and mayhem generated.

    I am grateful to this crew here for all the midnight rides.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. paulraven1 says:

    How is this not worse — by hundreds of times – than Nixon trying to break into or bug the DNC?

    Liked by 4 people

    • fred5678 says:

      MUCH worse!!!! Nixon didn’t know about it beforehand nor orchestrate it.

      5 burglars bugging DNC’s telephones versus the President (Obama) and his political appointees abusing the entire intelligence apparatus of our federal government??

      Liked by 2 people

  25. EODMAN says:

    What happened to the story no US citizen could be surveilled without judicial review in the for of a FISA warrant. Rice said she was only “doing her job”. Note that’s what convicted Nazi’s used for a defense as they destroyed people. They did noy use warrants either.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. not2worryluv says:

    Obama and his minions have been working on data mining for their benefit after his term as President was over.

    Who knows what this information will be used for – toppling governments, blackmail, personal vendettas, becoming the First Ruler of the World?

    Liked by 1 person

  27. El Torito says:

    With Nunes “temporarily” stepping down, and Gowdy getting involved, if I’m Rice, I’m celebrating.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      As soon as I heard this I knew she was getting a pass and so will the others.

      This combined with Trump’s comments on Assad and the sarin attack as well as the comments swirling around about Jared Kushner trying to push Bannon on has me incredibly pessimistic.

      Liked by 2 people

    • CheshireCat says:

      Growdy – all show and no go.


  28. Rachelle says:

    CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS AND OBAMACARE: I couldn’t help wondering what led Roberts to write such a strange opinion for his decision to support Obamacare. I suspected, briefly, that maybe Obama had something on him. Now that possibility no longer seems so farfetched. I don’t doubt for a moment that the Stasi like Obama people would use blackmail if they had the goods. Now we know how they could have gotten the goods on Roberts.

    These totalitarian ‘security’ capabilities cast shade on every decision the government makes.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kaco says:

      I just came across somewhere that someone said his children are adopted from Ireland and it’s against the law for Irish children to be adopted abroad. So the speculation or rumor was that he was threatened his children would reported and taken away.


      • Rachelle says:

        Seems like they have something on him. It doesn’t appear that what we used to call ‘law’ had anything to do with his decision.


  29. Floridagal says:

    This article is really good in making what Rice did easier for someone like me to understand.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. PatriotKate says:

    What is not being talked about is Operation Hammer, which was the illegal spying operation that was put into place by former CIA Director Brennan and DNI Clapper.

    Dennis Montgomery already has Whistleblower Status with the FBI and the FBI has had 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages for two years now.

    According to Mike Zullow and others, Fox News spent a week in 2013 filming Dennis Montgomery in Washington state and IT NEVER AIRED! Supposedly Carl Cameron.

    I called the Senate Intelligence committee this morning and left a message that the American People are fed up with Congressional investigations that are nothing but whitewashes and no one is every held accountable. I cited the Benghazi investigation as one such farce.

    Please call and bombard this committee with messages that they must not only get to the truth, but we expect former Obama officials TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR ILLEGAL ACTIONS.
    Senate Committee on Intelligence:

    Please post this request as many places as possible.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. andyocoregon says:

    Watch as Susan Rice pleads The Fifth just as Lois Lerner did.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. jonvil says:

    Just testin’


  33. If I understand current law on the NSA/surveillance, the government is permitted 2 hops from their targeted person of interest.
    So, if a place where Trump banks is also working with a Russian bank, then they can ‘surveil’ Trump’s bank’s communications. One “hop” would be when Trump or a personal secretary calls that bank to do banking. The second “hop” would be when that secretary communicates with Trump, with Hannity, with anyone.
    And they can call ALL of it “connected to foreign surveillance because banks intersect world wide.
    Remember the curious comments about a server of a bank pinging?
    Also, current law covers communications: text, email, facebook, twitter, etc., etc.
    How many Twitter followers does the president have?

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  34. CheshireCat says:

    Susan Rice is an even bigger pervert than Anthony Wiener.


    • Bonitabaycane says:

      Rice is a pathological liar. Whenever the Obama Regime has needed to advance their lies they have rolled out their Secretary of Misinformation, Susan Rice. She has been embraced because she lies with the same ease of Obi-Wan Nairobi. Importantly, she is the perfect political shield. She is Black and she is a woman. Question her, and you will be attacked as racist and/or sexist.

      Liked by 1 person

  35. dogsmaw says:

    Well, I was taught a long time ago…
    If you want to catch a big fish…
    tie the string to a can of dog food that is riddled with holes…
    drop it in the water and check back in a few days

    It is just amazing how this applies to politicians!!!


  36. john lorenz says:

    Rep. King likened it to PI work in a divorce case. How apropos given Oliar’s past leakage of sealed divorce records. This is what happens when you elect authoritarian alinskite marxists


  37. jakeandcrew says:

    Tyrone Woods’ father, Charles, says he was/is under surveillance, and they wanted him to know it, to intimidate him. I sincerely hate what our government has become.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Doesn’t sound so, ‘Incidental’ to me.

    This has been going on, since at least 2015. Obama didn’t much like that President Trump was talking about the birth certificate.

    But of course, there’s no doubt they were spying on others, such as Bernie, and even Jeb! and who knows who else, to get Intel on Hillary’s would be opponent. When that comes out, this thing is going to blow up in a manner the Media cannot manage.

    I actually hope, they were focusing unduly upon Bernie Sanders. Not that he won’t be a good little soldier, but his would be supporters, will become very upset, and not able to contain themselves.

    Soon, President Trump is going to be forced to go nuclear, given the lack of a backbone by the GOPe.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. anthohmy says:

    I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall or sitting log around the campfire as noisy waves crashed on shore as all the jokes started flying as their imaginations took hold of them.

    Did they vote on whether it was going to be China, Russia, or North Korea?

    Did they write a script for what everybody was supposed to say while their wireless was tapped?

    How many dead leads have dozens of people chased down?

    I bet they came up with enough spectacles to keep them in stitches for all the weeks, months, and years they had to plan this.

    Their sides hurt from laughing.

    “Whaddaya think, should I go to the Whitehouse correspondents dinner?”

    “What tie should I wear?”

    If Bannon was kicking around he would have offered to make a pair of antenna on a headband out of tin foil.

    I wonder how much thought went into exactly what to say when Billy Bush came calling. When you watch the tape, not just listened to the audio, you have to see the two of them exit the bus. Billy Bush is raring to go and has a hard time containing himself, while DJT walks down the stairs with complete composure and keeps it through the long walk to the venue. It was Billy drooling and trying to drag DJT into it, but he was having none of that.

    Seriously Bill Bush puts a mic on him and he didn’t notice or think twice about it?

    I would love to hear that entire tape.

    Where is Judicial Watch when we need them? Can’t we make this a matter of National Security, somehow?

    Hell, his whole life was an open mic, what’s another?

    Can you imagine how hard they laughed when he won?

    Every ounce of crow I have had to eat over miscalculating him from a far has been tastier than most gourmet food I have ever had. It sure is dark out there, but there is a dancing light.

    Yankee Doodle came to town without an ounce of phony.
    Stuck a feather in his cap and called out to the ghost of Marconi.


  40. pinandpuller says:

    Mike Pence wouldn’t get caught dead in a couch sandwich with three women.


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