April 10th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #81

In an effort to keep the Daily Open Thread a little more open topic we are going to start a new daily thread for “Presidential Politics”. Please use this thread to post anything relating to the Donald Trump Administration and Presidency.


This thread will refresh daily and appear above the Open Discussion Thread.

President Trump Twitter @POTUS / Vice President Pence Twitter @VP

Sean Spicer Twitter @PressSec

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739 Responses to April 10th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #81

  1. JMScott says:

    Dots: Full moon. C.V. in SeaOfJ. +150k -> C/NK border. TRex w/G7 now. T-D, 4C, et. all watching out window for flash. TRex in Russia in 24hr.
    Think I’ll take 22.5mg of potassium iodide. It takes about 12hr to get to thyroid.

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  2. Sam says:

    My comment will likely get lost among all the others. I hope at least a few people read it.

    Colorado congressman Ken Buck has a book coming out tomorrow on his experiences in Congress and exactly how bad the corruption really is. Did you known that congressmen have to pay for committee memberships? They pay even more for leadership positions. The budget is all smoke and mirrors. There are no actual plans on exactly how it will happen, zero, zip, nada. The swamp is worse than I thought. The corruption is massive.

    There’s an article on Ken Buck and his new book at Newsmax. I don’t usually visit there but today I did. Here’s a link.


    I think I will be reading Ken’s book. He was the Weld county DA and a pretty good one. He is a Christian and a cowboy, so I’ll take a chance on his book.

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  3. blognificentbee says:

    Sorry for O/T post, but does anyone have Keln’s twiiter name handy? It’s @nuclear…..something. Need to share a pic with him. Thanks!


  4. http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/the-judiciary/328151-ginsburg-gambled-to-stay-on-the-supreme-court-now-she-may

    (taste sour grapes). excerpt

    From the use of race in college admissions to abortion to police powers, the GOP could achieve objectives in this administration that have eluded Republican presidents for over six decades. It is not clear if Ginsberg was betting more heavily on herself or Hillary, but many may conclude that the bet was reckless given the stakes on the table. For a few years on the Court, Ginsburg risked Trump “running the table” and the odds now favor precisely such a result.


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