Snicker – President Trump Tweet’s About Wolff Book…

Never a person to mince words, President Trump tweets about “total loser” Wolff Book:

 

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385 Responses to Snicker – President Trump Tweet’s About Wolff Book…

  1. G. Combs says:

    Remeber that President Trump is very deliberate, despite what the Left might think.

    President Trump just shot Bannon out of the air and he is now going down in flames (and possibly going to get his rear end sued off.)

    THINK about what else President Trump just Tweeted—

    Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump

    Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aid, Huma Abedin, has been accused of disregarding basic security protocols. She put Classified Passwords into the hands of foreign agents. Remember sailors pictures on submarine? Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must finally act? Also on Comey & others
    4:48 AM – 2 Jan 2018

    Sounds like the bugle call to TAKE ‘EM DOWN BOYS! 😈

    If I was Huma, after that tweet and the ones about Bannon, I would be on a plane headed out of the USA to Qatar or Saudi Arabia or another country that has no extradition treaty with the U.S.

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    • MM says:

      Sure sounds like a call to arms.
      Take them out!

      Liked by 6 people

    • maiingankwe says:

      G. Combs,
      I have a question. Say Huma, the hag or any of the others ran off to a country with no extradition to ours. Would it be possible for our President Trump to ask for them anyways and if not, cut them off from possible funding that the president can cut off without congress? If not cut off funds, ask some other way? Our President is a powerful player on the world stage, I would think he might be able to sway a country for handing who he asks for over. My problem is I don’t know if countries have laws protecting individuals with extradition, and if there was, if there was a way around it? Any help would be appreciated.
      Be well,
      Ma’iingankwe

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      • G. Combs says:

        The USA can always ask and can always bring pressure to bear.

        Given the living HE‼️ that Obummer and Hillary rained down on the middle east, I think that outside of the USA they would most probably be taken out by someone looking for revenge. Other countries are not so nice as the USA.

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    • Bendix says:

      They have the wrong Weiner in prison.

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    • DD More says:

      Hi G.C., from the past. – ” I would be on a plane headed out of the USA”

      Ever wonder why so many airports have lost power or why the passport computer system when down? Getting away on the Plane may have just gotten harder than before.

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    • mnwild1961 says:

      Huma can’t go anywhere as she is wearing an EM ankle bracelet.

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    • Kent says:

      Her formative years were spent in Saudi Arabia…family ties include ‘muslim scholars’….

      “Abedin was born on July 28, 1976,[9] in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to Syed Zainul Abedin (1928–93) and Saleha Mahmood Abedin.[5][10] Abedin is of Indian descent, and has a sister and a brother.[11]
      At the age of two, Abedin moved with her family to Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), where she was raised and lived until returning to the United States for college.[5][10] Abedin traveled frequently during her childhood and teenage years, and attended a British girls’ school.[10]”

      credit wikipedia

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    • Covfefe-USA says:

      Except they blindly continue to believe that just as things always have been, they will continue to be. Denial, however, can be deadly.

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    • WSB says:

      I wonder if the Feds haven’t already taken Huma’s supposed legitimate Passport. Remember, we have now been advised that interviews have taken place. Where’s the anklecam?

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  2. oldschool64 says:

    Never fear Sloppy Steve. #FakeNews CNN will now transform you from the Nazi loving, Imperial Grand Wizard and founding father of the Alt-Right into an honorable naval intelligence officer who served his country with distinction!

    Damn you to hell Trump!! How dare you berate this wonderful veteran just because he’s, well, hygienically challenged!

    Stand still Sloppy Steve, your transformation begins in 3,2,1…

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    • MM says:

      That is the game, no doubt…..

      Liked by 6 people

      • G. Combs says:

        And when the Yellow Stream Media wakes up from their Trump book feeding frenzy, they will find a whole bunch of Obummer’s embedded government saboteurs in handcuffs and indicted. 😆

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    • Steve Bannon reminds me of Otis on the “Andy Griffith Show”. Although Otis was the town drunk, he always managed to outwit Barnie Fife. Steve Bannon just may be outwitting the Barnie Fife’s of the Fake News Media once again.

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    • Alistar says:

      Witty, good one! Two big losers in this salacious book: Steve and the dems. I noticed a tweet from Mitch McConnell, he just looked up from His desk and smiled when told of Bannon’s book. With Bannon disenfranchised and Roy Moore out of the picture, the Republican’s have significantly moved away from the radicals in their party. The dems, well, they own the pussy marchers, the socialists, the deranged haters, emotional nut cases. I hate Trump sells in liberal California and Mass, but it is the kiss of death in fly over USA.

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    • American Bulldog says:

      I’m not a fan of Bannon. I didn’t like his childish honey badger mantra or his idea to try to oust GOP incumbents rather than focus on taking out Democrat incumbents, but to berate a man on his appearance says more about the lack of character of the berator than that of the berated. Bannon has been called a drunk (he doesn’t drink alcohol according to information on the internet) he’s been called sloppy, hygienically challenged, etc. Andrew Breitbart had the same appearance, but I’ve never heard someone belittle him for it. Maybe the guy is a work-aholic, who gets very little sleep and who doesn’t base the importance of his lifes work on appearances. He and the POTUS are very much alike in that they inflate their importance and knowledge. Having said that, Bannon as an insider might have seen first hand the operations of the globalists that the POTUS brought on board. He may have seen that the POTUS, now elected, seemed to be high fiving the globalists while rejecting the populists who got him across the finish line. That would be a tough pill to swallow. He was the moral compass who reminded the POTUS of his campaign promises. It does appear as if he was leaking information, however if the claims of diminished access and influence are true, he would know that media gets a reaction from the POTUS and he used it to try to regain populist control and discredit the globalists. The globalists won that battle. The comments he made to the author of this book that has come out may be Bannon’s way of saying look here’s what I observed its out there now, you people know it. It will either hold the administration true to it’s original promises, despite the globalists or it will expose them as eventual self-serving liars. Bannon has done us a service with the only avenue he had available to him. The POTUS son-in-law is heading toward possible felony charges with his prior business dealings. Ivanka made it a point to publicly limit Roy Moore’s chances to get elected, despite her dad coming out in the end to support him. They both influenced the POTUS in deciding to send more troops to Afghanistan. Unbeknownst to Kushner the warzone isn’t a photo-op for soldiers and Marines in suits and flak jackets, and while they die the poppy fields are alive and well. Bannon was right the Kushners don’t belong in the Whitehouse. Again I don’t care for Bannon’s narcissism nor do I care for the POTUS either, all I care about is that this time American Citizens don’t get screwed. So before we take pleasure in ridiculing and destroying the man, maybe we should ask ourselves what we would do if we were in his position.

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    • American Bulldog says:

      You are just uninformed and ignorant as your comments indicate. Obviously you haven’t researched Steve Bannon’s life. Bannon went from working at a salvage yard to Harvard to theWhitehouse. Without Bannon Trump would never have been elected. Now since you appear to think that Bannon is inferior to you maybe you can list your accomplishments here so we can compare them with Bannon’s. Your veteran comment does offends me, because I am a Marine Corps War Veteran, and I don’t care for people who don’t appreciate the fact that the efforts of low paid military veterans, make it possible for people like you to speak freely. Steve Bannon had a remarkable military career and I thank him for it. You on the other hand and the others who liked your post are the real slobs who deserve a thanks for nothing.

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      • oldschool64 says:

        Really? You are attacking me on a thread that has been dead more than 24 hours? Seriously??
        Hey, I got an idea. Try engaging posters with insults when the thread is still reasonably active. That way, when you say idiotic things like Trump couldn’t have won without Bannon, hundreds of other posters will see your post, not just me, and perhaps engage you in something known as debate.

        Of course, I don’t expect you to ever do that since you are a coward. Oh, and since Marines aren’t cowards, I suspect that makes you a liar as well.

        Anyway American Bulldog, I hope to see you out there on the site. The people at CTH don’t normally insult each other here, but be advised, we can give as good as we take.

        Take care!

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  3. The Mooch may have had the most efficient 11 days of service to any President ever!

    Hail to The Mooch! 😀

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    • ibobland08 says:

      The Mooch was an embarrassment. I’m glad he was canned quickly.

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      • I don’t think so. He pretty much hit the nail on the head with Bannon and Priebus.

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        • ibobland08 says:

          He did but using the words “cocksucker” and “Reince Penis” to a reporter doesn’t show good judgement. Same with the fact that he was a Obama donor.

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          • And our President was a Clinton donor…that’s what businessmen do.

            The language created on helluva a psychological anchor. Didn’t it? Perhaps, that was the point and The Mooch has some knowledge about propaganda techniques.

            Honestly, this is war…the language can get a little ugly on the front lines.

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          • G. Combs says:

            Republicans continually lose because the Progessives have ZERO problem fighting dirty and slinging mud. However the Republicans ALLOW the Progressives to use Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals while they use The Marquess of Queensberry Rules
            RULE 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”
            RULE 9: “The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.”
            RULE 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”
            ….
            People forget that before becoming president, Jackson fought 103 duels. As a result, Jackson is said to have kept 37 pistols ready to be used in a duel at all times.

            At least now we use words.

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            • ibobland08 says:

              There’s reason why he was fired. I agree with you on fighting which our president does. But the president never uses language like that. Plus being a fighter is only a good thing if you bring things to the table. If you don’t, you’re just a liability.

              Jackson’s dueling is irrelevant as that was socially acceptable at the time. Aaron Burr killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. This happened while Burr was Vice President and Hamilton was Secretary of the Treasury.

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            • Brant says:

              Republicans never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity……Trump has yet to miss an opportunity.

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      • cozette says:

        People familiar with corporate culture regognized Mooch was brought in as a hitman to clean out the WH. Hitmen have to be outsiders. They need to be ruthless and move quickly and then leave. Mooch was brilliant. He flushed out GOPe Spicer and Reince to make way for Hope Hicks, Sarah Sanders and General Kelly. His supposed accidental drunken off the record interview where he said Bannon was not loyal to DJT and was only there to polish his brand was no accident. He had to use shocking language so what he said would be widly reported AND remembered. He told us the truth so when the truth came out about Bannon we could recognize it IS the truth. The memorably crude interview also provided the necessary pretext for Mooch to leave the WH, which was the plan all along. BTW I LOVE Mooch and so does our President.

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  4. TwoLaine says:

    CNN Headline today Screams “Tell-all Book Threatens to Derail GOP Meetings”.

    Yeah, Whatever!

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  5. shirley49 says:

    I am pretty sure there are laws against slandering someone no matter who it is. Sue the pants off of him.

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    • MissX says:

      Agreed! But does anyone else think there’s another deeper Trumpian game being played here?

      That is, by getting all these “fake news journalists” to attack Wolff’s book for all its apparant inaccuracies, somehow Trump will either get the media more on his side — or else give himself more of a platform to stand on when he calls them out for THEIR falsehoods?

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    • G. Combs says:

      One of the Tweets I saw WAS about a lawsuit.
      Bannon signed a nondisclosure/nondefamation document and he is in now in breach of contract.

      As far as the book goes, Milania has no problem in suing the pants off of people either.

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    • WSB says:

      Put that libel law back in place retroactively, and then have a field day!!!!!!!

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  6. Blind no longer says:

    This is what I love about President Trump! You hit him, he hits back 3 times as hard. He fights back, none of that “rise above the noise ” bullsh$t. Nothing will go unanswered if you try to hurt him or his family! Thank God we have a President who will fight-unlike Dubya who allowed himself to be drug through the mud and destroyed by the media and democrats during his term. I couldn’t be more proud of each and every politically incorrect tweet! Make America Strong Again!

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    • caileag09 says:

      The more these increasingly incoherent jerks attack his “mental stability,” the more our president taunts them. I thought his tweets this morning were especially enjoyable! Keep at it Mr. President!

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  7. JRD says:

    Sorry, but I’m not a lemming.

    I’m not buying any of the BS about Bannon in Wolff’s book. In fact, I’m not buying any of Wolff’s garbage.

    Trump should know better because Wolff bashed both Trump and his wife Melania in his work of FICTION.
    Wolffe has a history of making up stuff in ALL of the books he writes.

    Bannon did nothing but praise Trump in the recently published book written by Keith Koffler and authorized by Bannon, “Bannon: Always the Rebel.”
    1 + 1 = 2 no matter how many times you look at it. It makes zero sense that Bannon would bash Trump in Wolff’s book but praise him in Koffler’s.

    However, the truth is there is no love lost between Bannon and Kushner. Kushner comes from a family of criminals. It’s not just his father who went to prison.
    Anyone from Monmouth County, New Jersey will tell you what an insignificant, insecure, creep Jared is.
    Too bad Ivanka married an AH.

    Oh, the little princess’s feelings got hurt. Daddy had to fix it for her.

    Friends and allies of Steve Bannon had been warning him for weeks to lay off Jared Kushner — telling him that President Trump would turn against him if he kept publicly attacking the son-in-law.

    What we’re hearing: Tommy Hicks,a Trump campaign fundraiser and the chairman of the favored pro-Trump outside group America First Policies, relayed a message from the White House to Bannon to “knock it the f— off” or else Trump would blow him up, according to two sources with direct knowledge.

    Republican operative Arthur Schwartz was another of Bannon’s friends who warned him about fixating on Jared too much and pushing Trump over the edge.

    Bannon had planned to call Trump Jr. a patriot and dispute the account in Wolff’s book… in which Bannon described Trump Jr. as ‘treasonous’ and ‘unpatriotic’ for setting up a 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer.”

    I liked plenty of things about candidate Trump. What I don’t like is incompetent, unqualified, and thin skinned Ivanka and Kushner. They are NOT team players and have no idea how to be one.

    Just because you support Trump doesn’t mean you will agree with him on everything. But this site is becoming where if you don’t rubber stamp everything Trump you are a troll.

    Kushner is a jerk. He thinks he is entitled. AND, he is NOT. If you can’t admit that fact, YOU have a problem because YOU are more qualified for Kushner’s position than he is.
    Trump has including many qualified people in his cabinet who are not politicians. Ivanka and her entitled, insecure husband aren’t one of them.

    Sundance, you definitely have a problem with Bannon. You hate him . It clouds your vision and is a blemish on all of your wonderful gifted insight.
    I don’t like Kushner and I never will because he got something for nothing. Bannon paid his dues.
    Kushner’s relationship with Murdock is also reprehensible.

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    • KBR says:

      Sure Bannon paid his dues: to Cruz and to the globilists.

      I think he is and always was as left as left gets.

      He was an “open throated” full-on supporter of a presidential candidate from Cuba/Canada who was clamoring for open borders, and apparently in favor of turning the USA into a theocratic oligarchy in which he was the “annointed.” That sure would’ve opened up the possibilities for Muslims to have their turn with Sharia/ khilafa, now wouldn’t it?

      So, how much further left/globalistic could Bannon get? Not much.

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      • jmclever says:

        A lot of people almost voted for Cruz. As information came in and he ouTED himself, we voted for Trump. Something grand is going on that Trump wants to give cover from lying MSM. Wait till Wednesday or so. WhatWAS the squirrel du jour that allowed the tax bill to get passed?

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        • kroesus says:

          except PDJT was not a likely candidate before the primary season all possible candidates could be vetted before their announcing……NO ONE should have supported the illegal candidate Canadian Ted after his entering the race…..lazy is as lazy does just like some saying their was no way of knowing the true Bammy before 2009…..BS as it was all there in 2007…..DO your homework

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          • WSB says:

            Not many knew that Ted was born in Canada and had presented no paperwork to grant him any other consideration.

            By rights, he should not even be serving in Texas. Don’t get me started!

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            • BeePee says:

              He can serve in TX but he can’t serve as President. He can run as senator 9 years after naturalization. I guess the assumption is he would be inaugurated at least 1 year after first running to make it 10 years after naturalization before he becomes senator. That’s under the assumption he was legally naturalized.

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    • Lemmings use words like “insecure, jerk, thin skinned” and state what people they don’t know “think” and “feel” instead of providing calm factual information…. I have not seen Sundance or the majority of people on this site post those kind of “lemming” statements.

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    • starfcker says:

      “I don’t like Kushner and I never will because he got something for nothing.” That’s quite a statement. Do you know Kushner? What did he get for nothing? I see a loyal soldier unafraid to work at a level above him that Trump uses to get big things done. He’ll grow into it, everybody who gets there does. If I had to guess, I’d say yes you’re a lemming

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      • starfcker says:

        JRD, why don’t you head over to TheBurningPlatform.com. I think you would enjoy it. It’s a much more argumentative site, and there’s plenty of Bannonites there. I like the brawling that you can do over there, and then you can put on your Sunday clothes and come over here, as I do.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      “The little princess” ??

      JRD, that tells me all I need to know about you. You are superficial and a misogynist.

      Ivanka is very well educated. Look at her bio. She attended a prestigious boarding school. Then spent 2 years at Georgetown before transferring to Wharton to get her economics degree. She graduated cum laude. She’s a very smart woman. She didn’t need to work but has been working full time since graduation. Not only has she had demanding jobs in her father’s business, she has also created her own very profitable fashion business. She also has children and is raising them very well.

      But you reduce all of that to “princess”. Bye.

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      • G. Combs says:

        He missed the fact that President Trump’s children can drive a Cat (Bulldozer) and learned the building trade the same way he did — from the ground up from the best tradesman in the business. He missed the fact that Jared had to drop out of college and rescue his father’s firm when his father was sent to jail.

        There is a lot of other information the bashers always ‘miss’ However THE BIGGEST IS LOYALTY! President Trump can count on Ivanka or Jared to be special couriers that he can TRUST.

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        • starfcker says:

          Everybody who’s employed people has had a Bannon in their life before. A guy that could have been a razor-sharp member of the team, but he misunderstood his place on that team. I doubt Kushner is going around running his mouth about Donald Trump. Speaking out of both sides of your mouth never get you far in this world. There’s better ways to deal with your frustration. If you want to be King Louie, you got to do the work to get there. Power is responsibility. Becoming King Louie involves running a successful campaign. When Bannon does that he can be King Louie. You can’t just think it should be you

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      • All of President Trump’s children turned out to be hard working patriotic family members. Daddy Trump never gave them handouts but rather gave them incentives to work hard and succeed and it paid off handsomely for everyone especially America. God bless the Trump family.

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        • no-nonsense-nancy says:

          A few years back I read an article about Trumps’s daughter, must have been Ivamka. I can’t remember the details but she was flying and was stranded in Chiago late at night. she called her dad and asked if he would send his private jet to take her home. He told her to stay there and take a commercial flight the next day. No spoiling there.
          Also, I remember last Christmas Don Jr posted a pic on twitter of their family tree, the night before and then after 5 kids opening gifts. There was wrapping paper all over the floor. Among it was a very common looking doll and a box of 64 Crayola crayons. Nothing extravagant.

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      • BeePee says:

        Shame she’s so liberal.

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    • Evelyn says:

      Sorry, Bannon was running anti-Trump stories during the runup to the AL election that he f’ ed up. He made a number of pointed anti-Trump statements around the time that Trump spoke at a rally for Luther Strange. Whatever Bannon’s agenda was, it was definitely not Trump’s – as others have noted, Bannon supported mistrusTed and his Goldman Sachs/CFR wife against Trump until it became clear that his guy was getting trumped and he saw where his bread was buttered.

      Bannon was purchased by the highest bidder, the only thing I don’t think we know yet is who that bidder is. When we do, the rest of this whole sordid affair will make more sense to the rest of us.

      Jared and Don Jr. were strategizing with Trump while Bannon was still a Cruzbot. I’d be willing to bet a large sum of money that Jared had orders of magnitude more to do with Trump getting elected than Sloppy Steve. There is no basis for suggesting that Trump has bad judgment and is unable to recognize flaws in his staff, including family members.

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      • AM says:

        “Sorry, Bannon was running anti-Trump stories during the runup to the AL election that he f’ ed up”

        Breitbart has pretty much always had a love/hate relationship with Trump. They were the only readable outfit during the campaign because EVERYONE was so universally anti-Trump. (The campaign so dramatically changed my reading habits that I ended up at the CTH, amoung others.)

        Once he won, though, they have alternated hot and cold. It gets old. I want readable news that is fair minded. I don’t need “TRUMP MIRACLE WORKER” one day and “TRUMP SELLS OUT USA” the next.

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        • Dabigragu says:

          Breitbart and Drudge have been hot and cold. Then again, liking something or someone 100% is not realistic. That’s a life lesson best learned young. It saves a lot of frustration in life.

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        • BeePee says:

          It was Breitbart who sued the Trump campaign in FL for assault during the primaries when they were supporting Cruz.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      JRD – Steve Bannon seems not to fully comprehend the concept of family, imo.

      Anyone who even attempts to attack my family is going to be hurt, no matter how long it takes. Nevertheless, those who even attempt an attack are going to be hurt.

      It took years to accomplish this for Dad. Dad never even knew until after my departure from a certain employer Dad and I shared. But the shared employer was paid, in full.

      Perhaps if Bannon understood the mindset of a real family, Bannon would understand and back off.

      All the best, JRD. You might choose to stick around for the company here. Imaginary Friends sometimes turn out to be the best friends, for reasons you already understand.

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    • T.L.T. says:

      I call Bannon Backstabber Bannon. He was the clueless clown that was leaking from the White House. The leaks continued after Priebus’ exit, so don’t go there. He’s a self aggrandizing, entitlement minded FOOL.

      I don’t appreciate people who slam or run down any of Trumps family, especially when they use non specific slurs to do so. Put some factual meat on those bones or sit down and STFU.

      From what I’ve seen, most of the hate directed towards Jared or Ivanka Kushner comes from the Bannon alt right semi Nazi crowd. They’ve mostly learned not to call them “Jews” because that doesn’t play well in America, but they just can’t get them out of their fervid minds.

      Good riddance to Bannon. GOD bless President Trump, his family and his administration. MAGA.

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      • ibobland08 says:

        I don’t hate Jared and Ivanka, but I am skeptical of the “need” for them to be there. There were plenty of Trump loyalists that are at least as qualified as Jared and Ivanka.

        I know the president needs people he can trust, there is a huge part of it that just reeks of nepotism. Also Kushner’s family does have a shady past.

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        • rvsueandcrew says:

          Your last sentence is irrelevant. We don’t choose our parents.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Nepotism?

          Jared and Ivanka are working for free!

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          • ibobland08 says:

            How does lack of pay disprove nepotism?

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            • wheatietoo says:

              Nepotism implies ‘profiting’ from being related or connected by friendship.

              They’re not profiting from it, at all.
              In fact, it is costing them out of their own pocket…to be working, for us.

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              • ibobland08 says:

                Look up the definition of it. It does not require pay. This is semantics. Anyways I actually said “reeks of nepotism”.

                The point I was making is that it doesn’t look good when leaders of countries hire their family members. It looks like corruption to a lot of people. I know it isn’t in this case, but why give them the ammo?

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        • I kind of agree with you…see no reason for them to be there. But, POTUS feels he needs them, so that is his decision.

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          • ibobland08 says:

            I actually don’t think they’re doing a bad job or anything. My whole point is that you can be a Trump supporter and not like the fact they are there.

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        • cozette says:

          How would you know that there are “plenty of Trump loyalists that are at least as qualified as Jared and Ivanka”? If such a person existed PDJT would have hired them. The spite induced by reading Breitbart lies had made you blind. It’s really, really sad. I pray you recover your heart asap.

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          • ibobland08 says:

            Never been a regular Breitbart reader. I’ve only read a few articles over the past couple years as most of what they write is garbage.

            I don’t know for a fact about Jared and Ivanka’s qualifications and neither do you. But I find it EXTREMELY hard to believe otherwise.

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            • CirclinTheDrain says:

              What exactly is your beef with them? Brannon and his shenanigans, thoug, backstabbing, leaking, spewing personal insults, is not someone I’d keep around in any capacity.

              Funny how everyone calling Trump a moron are showing themselves to be the only morons, not Trump.

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        • BeePee says:

          Yes. I get tired of his family sometimes. They are loyal to each other despite the difference in politics. I guess I would too if my Dad was President. But I’ll put up with the bones if that get’s me the meat.

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    • D. Manny says:

      “Oh, the little princess’s feelings got hurt. Daddy had to fix it for her.”

      You mean like Bannon was going to release a statement exonerating his actions until Trump hurt his feelings in a mean tweet?

      Here’s the problem with that: Bannon took it upon himself to be a leader of MAGA. He doesn’t have the luxury of making it all about his feelings, but because he did, it bolsters the idea that “Javanka” is just green monster nonsense.

      If Bannon wants to make it all about his own feelings, I suspect he’ll be all alone with his feelings.

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    • Sharon says:

      JRD: Go find Kim Clement videos on his prophecy’s I think on 2007 where he prophecies Trump would be president and also Where Kushner is in the prophecies! He doesn’t name Kushner by name but you definitely can see it is Kushner! Their are many of Kim Clements prophecy videos so you would have to go through them to find it! I just discovered that one Two weeks ago!

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    • Covfefe-USA says:

      Wow, JRD – Bannon sychophant much? The guy has always come across as a sloppy, obese, alcoholic-y slob. I never really paid much attention to him, but did watch him speak at a Roy Moore rally. I found his manner to be choppy and amateurish. I thought his attacks on McConnell (no matter how much we may despise The Turtle) were extreme. Most of the photos I’ve seen of Bannon show the blotchy, red face of an alcoholic. Everything seems to point to extremely poor or lack of judgment, with this crap serving as confirmation.

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      • Dabigragu says:

        Just an FYI, my wife works in the medical field, we were discussing Steve Bannon’s skin color recently.
        The name for what you’re describing on Bannon’s face is called Telangiectasia Rosacea.
        Most often it is hereditary on fair skinned individuals and not alcohol related at all.

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      • BeePee says:

        Well, he blew the Alabama election. The ALABAMA election! How can you blow THAT? That makes all other arguments irrelevant,

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    • trapper says:

      OK. Here we go.

      I don’t hate Bannon. Never did. Actually kind of liked him. But WTF? Anyone who has ever had a job in a family business KNOWS that you don’t attack the owner’s family. Bonehead move. Stupid stupid stupid. I don’t care if Jared has three heads and a hunchback and shite for brains. Daughter wanted him so there you are. Trump is an American man. Attack his family and he will BURN … YOU … DOWN. How did Bannon not know that? He’s through.

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    • Boy, are you a fking loser..

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  8. Michelle says:

    Bannon letting this jerk author in the White House to begin with and allowing this book to happen is inexcusable to begin with. The tweet may sound harsh but it’s nothing close to what Bannon deserves for the position he has put the President and all of us in. He’s lucky Trump is nice enough to just tweet.

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    • T.L.T. says:

      EXACTLY.

      Bannon has spent a fair amount of time running down President Trump in an attempt to force Trump to line up in Bannons orbit.

      Bannon is hurting America and MAGA due to his EGO.

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  9. covfefe999 says:

    I feel awful that Trump and his family are having to go through all of this. When they decided that Trump should run for President I don’t think any of them imagined that it was going to be THIS bad. But the alternative is unimaginable. If Hillary had won the country would certainly be ruined. Even 4 more years of Democrat corruption and economic failing would have brought us to our knees, while Hillary and her traitorous cronies enriched themselves. Not only has he proven himself to be a great President, Trump has proven himself to be a great patriot as well, making a great sacrifice to help this country. He is literally risking his life to do this job. I’m in awe.

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  10. decisiontime16 says:

    “In a 2004 cover story for The New Republic, Michelle Cottle wrote that Wolff was “uninterested in the working press,” preferring to focus on “the power players—the moguls” and was “fixated on culture, style, buzz, and money, money, money.”

    She also noted that “the scenes in his columns aren’t recreated so much as created—springing from Wolff’s imagination rather than from actual knowledge of events.” Calling his writing “a whirlwind of flourishes and tangents and asides that often stray so far from the central point that you begin to wonder whether there is a central point.”[

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Wolff_(journalist)

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  11. Michael says:

    “A critic is a man who creates nothing and thereby feels qualified to judge the work of creative men. There is logic in this; he is unbiased, he hates all creative people equally.”
    — Robert A. Heinlein

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  12. L. Gee says:

    And some of you actually think that HIllary, Obama, et al are going to be free to just mosey off into the sunset after they’ve not only attacked Trump and his family, but plotted to completely destroy them, too!

    RIIIIIIIGGGGGHHHHTTT!!!

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    • That’s what I keep saying. Have no doubts about it. This is war!

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    • G. Combs says:

      If they SHUT_UP and SAT DOWN right after President Trump was elected, as he requested. Then he might have let them off. At this point? NO WAY IN HADES!

      I would not be at all surprised if President Trump has the evidence that Obummer IS NOT an American citizen and will pull that out at the appropriate time too.

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      • Maquis says:

        Dear Lord I pray that is so. Have been for some time. Invalidating his “Presidency” would undo all his vile acts and President Trump could decide which ones he will sign his name to and allow to stand.

        True, the chaos unleashed acrosd the Globe by Obama and the tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, that perished cannot be undone.

        Obama’s election and reign, and goals, can only be compared to one World leader in any history I know, and his name starts with an H and ends with an R.

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      • BeePee says:

        That is a colossal observation!

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  13. Simpleman says:

    Was Bannon a democrat/uni-party plant the entire time? He was leaking info to the press from the Whitehouse…he also basically handed the Alabama senate seat to a democrat because of his anti-GOP campaigning efforts. Sad thing is I thought he was a good guy, a real populist, when he first came along. First impressions can be deceiving.

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  14. Bendix says:

    Ivanka sure had Bannon’s number.

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  15. bosscook says:

    Anybody here read “The Art of War”? It’s like “The Art of the Deal” but with a AR-15 attached. DJT is following both, exactly.

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    • WSB says:

      I bet PT’s next book will be ‘The Art of the Seal’. Can you imagine what kind of ordnance will be in that? Will be the best universal seller of all time.

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  16. OnlyInAmerica says:

    Wolff and Bannon just couldn’t resist a few minutes of deceitful grandiosity. Their hangover will be just as grand.

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  17. Bannon reminds me of an alcoholic in the family. He makes grandiose claims about his himself. He dresses and grooms like a skid row bum. He can be very functional, but in the end he causes nothing but chaos and drama.

    He also has a red nose.

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    • He does look like he drinks too much.

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    • AM says:

      The thing is about Bannon – I’ve really never understood why we’re all upset about his opinions or not. He seems like the kind of guy who is famous because…well, we don’t know why, but somehow his opinions matter. The one thing I did find disturbing about him after he was in the public eye was how badly he dressed, after that not much of an opinion.

      Every Bannon headline after the campaign I’ve pretty much ignored as clickbait and fake news. Stuff like, “Bannon declares war on Mitch McConnell” So what? Then again, I generally try to ignore almost all palace intrigue as basically gossip column stuff.

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      • Michelle says:

        I don’t think we care what Bannon thinks, it’s more that he of all people has been and still is very much hurting matters and not helping in the least.

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        • AM says:

          How is he able to hurt people unless we somehow care he thinks? While I know who Bannon is, I still am wondering why I care other than the fake news hoopla about him. In that, Bannon could be any maroon that the fake news has made someone Really Important out of.

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          • cozette says:

            How has Bannon been hurting people? He’s convinced some of Trumps base to trust him and to distrust the President “who will BETRAY us if we don’t watch out!” Remember what happened in Alabama? People ignored President Trump, listened to Bannon the self proclaimed real leader of MAGA and now we have a Democrat Senator in a deep red state and a very energized Left. Bannon/Breitbart was using conservatives fear of betrayal to divide and conquer us during a life and death national election battle that we HAVE to win. He was more dangerous than Soros. It may turn out that they are connected though Bannon may be too blinded by pride to realize hes being played. I don’t know yet.

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  18. ibobland08 says:

    I’m confused. The whole book is untrue except for Bannon’s comments? How do we figure that? That being said, I do believe Bannon said all that stuff because he sure is behaving like he did.

    However, why isn’t Nikki Haley getting any of the wrath? She said similar things and she was way more anti-Trump than Bannon was. Remember the State of the Union response?

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  19. Texian says:

    Dang, that’s a hard lesson coming from the Supervisor, and in front of everybody.. an Ego smackdown.. but Sir Trump was more gentle.. my ex-‘Nam diving supervisors weren’t so polite..

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  20. D. Manny says:

    Bannon should have studied Reagan more thoroughly….

    The Eleventh Commandment: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.

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  21. golsono says:

    Wasn’t sure which thread to post my thoughts, but thunk this one would be appropriate.

    I’ve been a Treeper since PDJT announced his intention to run for POTUS.

    The road that led me here (various sites I visited) was, in retropect, The Hand of God.

    Living in South Africa, our local media is guided by (or told?) which news to report on. eg ; Headlines Today : ‘ Trump book may signal end of his term in office’ (link availaible, but would prefer not to promote it’s origin huffpost)

    Had I not discovered CTH (SD) and the tremendous feedback from you all, I and most other countries, the vast majority of South African and worldwide citizens, would be living in an imagined Real World (fake news)

    I believe I have learnt, in a relatively short period, more about the aims of your Founding Fathers, and the genius of your Constitution they compiled, than it appears that many Americans are able to comprehend.

    My view is a direct result of CTH posts and educated, researchable comments on every thread.
    Without doubt the most open, reliable source (Nobody, ever, effectively refutes it’s reporting)

    It is not easy where I currently live to awaken many, but I try.

    MAGA affects far flung regions, in isolated locations, always to our benefit, in mostly unnoticed small ways.

    USA is the last hope to salvage the total onslaught of the evil that, for now, would seem to control our world.

    a Blessed 2018 to PDJT, his Family, his Wolverines, Treepers, and like minded folk (Poland comes to mind) 🙂

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    • Maquis says:

      Welcome, Golsono! That was a wonderful comment you posted and it is so wonderful that so many people around the World are part of our Treeper family. I think we are all “self-adopted,” but family it is, a wonderful family.

      When I eas stationed in Germany some years back I had a young South African gentleman working for me with my crew in a very demanding job where there was no margin for error. He, along with his American peers, worked long, hard, and well. I’ve never been prouder of any men in my entire career That young man was as American at heart as could be, and in no respect appeared any different than the rest of us. Liked him a great deal.

      So it’s really cool for me to have tbe opportunity to greet another South African, especially a Treeper! Again, welcome, darn glad to have you here.

      Our Founding Fathers were indeed exceptional, they crafted, from the rubble of failed empires, a system of self-governance that is at times maddening, yet the most just and equitable manner of preserving the rights and liberties that God endowed upon all men.

      We do not crow about having first invented what we have, we are humble in recognition of our weakness and shortcomings in our stewardship of this treasure. We recognize that Heaven itself placed our Fathers here and inspired them, led them through tribulation and strife, taught and educated them in Righteousness and Wordliness as few have since been.

      Heavenly Father gave us this gift. But not to us alone. To the World were this system, these ideals and principles, intended to be given. It is a joy to hear the voices of those around the World that prosper and breathe free as a result.

      We all, here especially I would say, that the entire World will be made free and ruled justly. High hopes, I know. Especially as we might despair at the power of the enemies of Liberty and their cruel vile treacherous schemes and manipulations.

      You are correct that the World is suffering an onslaught of evil. Greed for lucre and power have attracted the mad and they have gained much power. But their foundation is not in Righteousness, is contrary to God’s Law and Will, and truth is not found in them. They are thetefore weak, and they can, and must, be defeated.

      Please continue to talk with us here and keep us apprised of your thoughts and perspectives, as well as your welfare. We have grave concerns about the farm family massacres there and what it may portend. I and many others are calling out for America to be prepared to open her arms to the good Afrikanners, whom we know would be a blessing upon our Nation. I hope that’s never needful, but that’s where our hearts are at should God lead us there.

      God Bless!
      Maquis

      GBPDJT
      🇺🇸

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    • WSB says:

      Welcome, golsono! What a heartfelt and blessed post! Please stay in the fray! Treepers treasure our distantly situated members…so far away but all in same spirit!

      I remember asking my NZ friend and hostess years ago, if she could recommend a good book for our return flight to the States. She immediately said, ‘The Power of One’. I found it immediately at the store in the terminal.

      I fanned the first page upon takeoff, kept reading through our connection in Hawaii, and finished the last page one hour before we landed at JFK. Could not put it down. Have only been to the northern parts of Africa, but am looking forward to the future!

      We all have much work to do. Thank you for wanting to help lift the weight! President Donald J. Trump is a uniquely gifted person in the world, as he sees the value in each person he meets…and he leads them, most of the time, to their best calling. He will succeed with you and your US mates, we here at CTH.

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    • Dabigragu says:

      golsono, it was a good place to place your thoughts. I thank you and wish you and yours a good year !

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  22. cali says:

    First of all our president Trump has the 2nd highest IQ out of all presidents rated in this country that ever held the white house.: DT’s IQ is 156 and only George Washington was the one with the highest ! 162.
    Considering the dumb Bushes – father and son – each were around 120 range and Obama didn’t make the rating at all – imagine that.
    Here the attempt now is the use the 25th amendment and declare president Trump unstable. That came about after 12 democratic house and senate member consulted with a psychiatrist for solid two weeks using taxpayer dollars to fund that shindig. There was supposedly one rhino that accompanied that group of nutcases what name withheld. Whatevs.
    Tome Steyer the environmental nutcase having donated 100 million to democrats to impeach DT, this nutcase Wolff and a collage of others must go a different route to remove Trump. They are all crazies and as seen with the high IQ no wonder these nuts can’t understand this new president.
    Having said that there is a major briefing at camp David that includes the GOP (not of all them), Matthis and others about the strategy going forward.
    The OIG Horowitz most likely will roll out his 1.2 million doc dump/investigation after the Monday ‘fake news award’ although I cam convinced that is a big fake out but rather all the ducks are in their appropriate rows and Trump, Mattis, Sessions, Wray and others will drop the biggest MOAB the world has ever seen.
    GITMO is completed with extensions and refurbishing, the MP battalion of 800+ soldiers and spec ops have also arrived already. There are 9,700 sealed indictments ready to drop. Since the granted National Emergency order lasting 90 days for our president and the military things are moving quickly.
    Put it all together and this is the biggest ever fake-out of the deep state and their agents across the collage of entities and they didn’t see it coming. It is also the worst treason ever committed against this republic, its citizens and a duly elected president.

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    • Maquis says:

      Great Times! Say, where are you finding the Gitmo information? Pretty exciting stuff. Gitmo does make sense, pretty hard for Libtards to set up encampments outside their fallen idols’ prison(s) and make trouble.

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      • Summer says:

        Where did he find the Gitmo info? In the same place he found the George Washington IQ score — his vivid imagination.

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        • Maquis says:

          There is a credible assessment based on writings and such that lists all the US Presidents’ IQs online. I am familiar with that, so did not question the source.

          President Trump is astoundingly brilliant and has people smarts that surpass any President I’ve lived under, even my beloved Reagan, though they faced different challenges and needed different techniques and approaches. so the different tenor is understandable.

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        • cozette says:

          Summer you are definitely out of the loop on what is going on. If you continue to assume you know it all when, in fact you don’t, you’ll remain a surface skater. That’s your choice but it’s sad you chose to bat away deeper knowledge with snark rather than asking questions.

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      • cali says:

        I follow “Q” and the breadcrumbs he drops or us via the 8chan board and its bakers. “Qanon” is a group of dedicated patriots from our most trusted intelligence circle in the military of which some are in the white house close by president Trump. He has exposed ‘the wives’ like Ohr, Page and others by asking questions and hinting where it be found. He is careful and intelligent enough not to post classified info that would land them in trouble with the USMJ.

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    • Summer says:

      There was no IQ test in George Washington times so I assume you were making a joke.
      Also, the only bomb Sessions is going to drop is on the marijuana joints in Colorado, to the detriment of MAGA because that would be a move against the States rights.

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      • Maquis says:

        Just watch.

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      • AM says:

        Controlled substances isn’t really a states rights issue. Right now the law is not being enforced. CA, CO and all these other states have no rights to legalize controlled substances, just like Arizona should not be attempting to enforce the border.

        Besides, if we’re all forced into nationwide abortion “rights” (an actual clear violation of states rights), shut the miserable illegal pot shops down.

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        • Maquis says:

          Actually, while the Federal Government controls immigration exclusively, and while the Constitution obligates the Federal Govervment to defend all the States against Invasion, State Governments are obligated to maintain a Militia and be prepared to defend agsinst Invasion of their own accord, when time is of the essence, and in instances where the Federal Government fails, or refuses, to act.

          Militias were intended to be sufficiently robust as to successfully repell a Federal Army bent on forcing an unpalatable law on yhe Citizens of any State. States were expected to band together in such times, so as to ensure that Tyranny would not prevail.

          Ariizona has every right to fill the gaps created by the feckless PC cowards in Washington. In fact, they are OBLIGATED to do so. So should all border States be protecting their Citizens, and, by extension, the Country at large.

          PubliusHulda, find her blog. She’s magnificent.

          GBPDJT
          🇺🇸

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        • CirclinTheDrain says:

          Wrong. Read the Constitution. Nowhere in it does it give the Feds the right to regulate what you put in your own body. Or much of anything else, for that matter. So anything that is not specifically mentioned in the Constitution is automatically a put back to the States. Therefore the DEA is Constitutionally illegal.

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      • cozette says:

        Summer you just confirmed your surface skater status with your know it all certainty rather than questions. BTW you are WAY off. If you started being more humble about your knowledge so you were opening to learning whats really going on you’d have so much more fun. It’s sad that youre missing out on so much.

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    • WSB says:

      Did George take an IQ test? Wow!

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  23. golsono says:

    Greetins from South Africa… have been a treeper 2+ years now. our local media headline : Trump book threatens to end his Presidency – Gratitude to CTH, Informed posters and the honesty and integrity of this site.
    Without this I would still be in dark ages of events.
    This could not be imagined in fiction.
    Blessings to PDJT, Family, Wolverines and the erudite Treepers.
    Without this site, many of us worldwide would be living in the dark ages of mis-information

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    • Maquis says:

      Sundance is an incredible blessing to us all. I dare say the Administration monitors the Treehouse. Surely we all hope they do!

      The sane Americans know the Left is Evil and lawless and destructive, but us Treepers, without Sundance and each other here together, would be losing our minds right now and in the dark as the Globalists are keeping the Captive Nations. I hope many are soon freed.

      The Anglosphere has no excuse for not jumping on MAGA for their Nations. MAGA doesn’t mean “US and no one else,” it means we take care of us and harness the strength of the people to become great again, AND, we want all countries to do the same for their Citizens!

      It can be done! The Tax Bill here is unsettling things so much Globally that many Nations wre now trying to emulate at least some of Trump’s accomplishments in order to compete. When the World realizes that freeing the People to pursue their hopes and dreams, to bless themselves and their families, is the greatest economic engine that exists, watch out. It’s going to be great!

      Hey, Golsono, I responded to your first comment today above, I hope you get a chance to see it. (Oh, there are a lot of mispellings and I omitted the word “pray” at a crucial point, but I think you’ll figure my mess out!😳)

      Cheers!
      Maquis

      GBPDJT
      🇺🇸

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    • Dabigragu says:

      It’s unfortunate that other countries just repeat the Associated Press banter.

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  24. golsono says:

    MAGA usa.
    Possitive worldwide enthusiam
    A treeper branch in South Africa.
    Success is contagious.
    Blessed 2018 to PDJT, his Family, CTH & Co. & all the erudite Treepers.
    Gratefull for the only truthfull site available. :- )

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  25. golsono says:

    MAGA usa.
    Possitive worldwide enthusiam
    A treeper branch in South Africa.
    Success is contagious.
    Blessed 2018 to PDJT, his Family, CTH & Co. & all the erudite Treepers.
    Gratefull for the only truthfull site available. :- )

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  26. HMelville says:

    Wolff is an unethical, deceitful low life human being who duped people that naively trusted him (Bannon?) as being a “man” of his word, an honest reporter and a friendly trustful fellow when he was one of the sleazy dangerous snakes that Trump often spoke about during his rallies. The chances are very high that Wolff will soon pay for his evil treachery in some “natural” way. Nature beats all of us eventually but from my multi decade experience it seems to strike the evil and corrupt people the most and the worst but not exclusively of course due to accidents and the random nature of many diseases.

    Wolff like others before him will enjoy a short burst of fame and adulation from those with similarly evil minds but often their nefarious actions consume them (esp. if they have a conscience) and then natures finishes them off.

    Despite his vile treachery and lies, I don’t wish him physical harm. I’m just stating what I have observed over the years about people I’ve met that had nefarious minds and cruel natures.

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  27. Dani TX says:

    Stock up on popcorn…the poop is about to hit the fan in January. Zip-a-dee-do-dah Zip-a-dee-a-my-oh-my-oh-what-a-wonderful-day (I hope)

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  28. skeinster says:

    Ran by the Barnes and Noble today to pick up a magazine. There was a sign on the door to the effect that “We do not have any copies of “F&F”. We cannot order any more copies, due to demand”
    So please don’t ask us.
    Kind of sad to think so many want to read it. And now we get to hear quotes from it forevermore.

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    • Maquis says:

      That’s what our modern society of deliberately dumbed down compliant sheep suckling at social media and rooting in the trough of reality TV gets us.

      Sick.

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      • golsono says:

        This appears to be a root cause of the current situation worldwide.
        Millions of ‘educated’ (indoctrinated) people who truly believe what is fed to them.
        I have intelligent friends who are convinced PDJT is mentally unfit for office, and will not even entertain any other opinion.
        They are incable of rational discussion

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    • BeePee says:

      I guess both copies sold out.

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  29. beaupre03 says:

    Trump and MAGA will prevail. You can count on it. Evil can try to fight good, but good always wins in the end.

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