Sunday Talks: Chuck Todd -vs- Rudy Giuliani

President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, appears on Meet the Press with Chuck Todd to discuss the Mueller investigation and the upcoming IG report on DOJ and FBI conduct.  Interesting interview:

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184 Responses to Sunday Talks: Chuck Todd -vs- Rudy Giuliani

  1. Sauce says:

    Loving to hate Up Chucktodd,,,what a choad….

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  2. Sentient says:

    Upchuck looks suspiciously like BTK.

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  3. johneb18 says:

    Rudy called him, “Todd.” Then “Chris.” hehheh

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    • Lizzyp says:

      In my fantasy world that wasn’t on purpose, Rudy just can’t be bothered to remember the guy’s name.

      Like when you work somewhere for so long that you get really used to new people coming and going, so you don’t bother to learn their names until they’ve worked there for 6 months or so.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      I LOL’d. Then I couldn’t quit LOL’ing, and had to rewind the vid. Did that twice before I could manage to stop “chuck”ling. Only thing better, would be if he called him Toad.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Hahaha Peoria Jones LOVE you comment. You are funny. Thanks for the laugh needed it.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          This is such serious business, and there’s so much hate on the left – having humor on our side gives us power. Sometimes it’s just the little things. 🙂

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          • Mickturn says:

            “If your enemy is of a choleric temper, seek to anger him.” — Sun Tzu

            Rudy was playing Chuckie Toad, it’s so easy to play a Lib, they are just too stupid to know how to think and respond except with anger!

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    • Phil Free says:

      “Chris” — I love it!! 😂😂😂

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  4. I have always called him Chuck Re-Tood

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  5. Everywhereguy says:

    Chuck E. Cheese

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  6. chim says:

    Then half of us do absolutely nothing, because we’re not upstart, anarchist progressives who are paid by people like Soros to organize and then get violent when things don’t go our way.

    If Trump is impeached WE F***ING LOSE.

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    • Calmness needed here. The President has this.

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      • chim says:

        I sure hope so, because Rudy’s style is far too freewheeling for comfort.

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        • Really? Rudy knows the law…I thought the interview was brilliant and he set Todd back on is heels more than once.

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        • It’s the President who needs to feel comfortable. Not me or you.

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        • Newt Love says:

          Chim, you must not understand the roles involved in playing the game of team politic. likewise, in fencing, the artful use of feints often lead to a touche’ which wins the round.

          You should read (or re-read) Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” and other treatises on artful gamesmanship.
          Why?
          Because Rudy G. is artfully playing the foil with feints and counter-feints to knock Mueller off-base and destabilize his planned strategy against PDJT.
          Rudy is being very effective at his spoiler role.

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          • nbkilgore says:

            My fellow Treepers, each and everyone of us is President DJ Trump, for what crime did you commit that is of an impeachable offense? Name the charges, quote the US Statute that you have supposedly violated and what part of the US Constitution have you supposedly violated? If things are going so well for the Deep State Swamp dwellers, than why has there been many resignations and over 36 House Representatives NOT seeking re-election? Oh yea of little faith, I call upon our Almighty God to strengthen the weak hearts and shine his grace upon those whose faith are not rattled at first sight of the enemies blade, Amen!

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    • Michael says:

      I don’t think anyone suggested getting violent, but your willingness to bend over, grab your ankles & submit is as sad as it is telling. Frankly, that kind of indifference & willingness to sit on your thumbs because ‘we don’t wanna be like them’ is part of the reason this country is where it is. Civil disobedience, questioning authority, & resisting tyranny is as American as Apple Pie. I’m not suggesting that I have the correct answer. Quite the opposite. If Dimwitocrats take control of the House & impeach, I’m not sure what the most effective response would be. However, if a legitimately elected President is setup and impeached thru a soft-coup while the previous administration & opposition stack the deck for their candidate & party and ignore the law and Constitution in the process, burying your head in the sand because ‘no one is paying you to organize’ sure as hell isn’t the correct answer either.

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    • bookman says:

      Not going our way? So tell us Chim, what exactly would be enough for you to rise up and protect the Republic, by force if neccesary??? Is the Coup that is underway not a big enough deal?? All hat, no cattle ….

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    • Mitchell Jacob says:

      If Trump is impeached, I go berserk.

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  7. vikingmom says:

    Never quite sure if Giuliani is crazy like a fox or…

    Sometimes he seems like he has no idea what he is saying and then other times he is brilliant in shutting down his opponent. He seems very confident that President Trump is on solid ground but he has also made some claims that have to walked back and that doesn’t look good.

    I know NYPD loves him and I will always remember him on 9-11 standing strong in the middle of all the chaos. So, does he have Weiner’s laptop? Or at least a thumb drive of the contents?

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  8. chim says:

    Giuliani is doing Trump no favors by suggesting he could simply pardon himself (or get away with murdering Comey).

    That sounds like tyranny to any impartial, constitutionally-minded ear. Liberals, progressives, and conservatives should fight that notion.

    I’m starting to really hate Rudy. Almost as much as I hate Chuck.

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    • CollusionMyth says:

      There’s so much material in Trump’s favor, that kind of talk is not needed.

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    • Stop. They are trying to make hay while the sun shines. Rudy answered just fine.

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      • chim says:

        Stop? No. Critical thinking involves necessarily criticizing your own thinking.

        A “fine” response wouldn’t be giving the hostile media extra ammunition to discredit. They already base so much on speculation, now they have this suggestion from Trump’s legal team acting to justify their speculation. It’s batshitcrazy to insert into the wider conversation.

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        • It’s just you who are getting all scaredy. Rudy did fine. You are reading into his comments.

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          • Marko says:

            he did? why are all the reports on this interview on the part about Trump pardoning himself?

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            • It’s just the discredited media shining us on. I don’t buy it and neither do most others if you believe the ratings scores.

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            • Newt Love says:

              > “… why are all the reports on this interview on the part about Trump pardoning himself?”

              That’s just Giuliani goading the press into jumping into hyperactive hyperbole, going apoplectic with abandon, and thereby causing even more regular Americans to ignore them as batspit crazy.

              And the fools in the MSM took the bait.
              Trust your fellow Americans to see through the MSM’s hate-fueled vendetta against PDJT.

              The polls say that more and more people are being driven to support PDJT by those batspit crazy, foaming at the mouth, propagandizers that claim to be journalists.

              It’s all coming together according to a Cosmic Plan.

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            • Remember President Trump likes to give the media something to spin & look foolish about. It distracts them and gives him room to work. He makes those little spelling errors and grammar glitches on twitter to get the free widespread distribution of his remarks so that everyone gets involved in the area he wants to shed light on. All is not what it seems at first glance.

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    • Coldeadhands says:

      Can you say hyperbole?

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    • Marko says:

      I don’t like Rudy period. His job is to help Trump or make him look good. To me the guy seems to be winging it. Its like he is just smoozing on a local tv news program. He doesn’t seem to have a plan on what he is trying to accomplish. I think he simply likes the celebrity of being one of Trump’s lawyers.

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      • Well, you are entitled to your opinion but it is based ignorance.

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      • WSB says:

        Rudy single-handedly saved our New York City. And we ara forever grateful.

        Crazy like a fox.

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      • billrla says:

        Marko: As a native NYer (now in LA), I can tell you without a doubt that Rudy does not need Donald Trump for anything. Rudy and Donald are a fearsome pair. No one but DT and RG know what DT and RG are thinking.

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        • noswamp says:

          Billria,
          As another Native New Yoker, I say to you: BINGO!. Guiliani is just fine. To people that do not know Guilani it may seem a bit offhanded. This is not the only press interview we have seen but one of thousands when he was Mayor, his demeanor has always been the same. Trust me, Guliani is totally in charge. Plus he is not getting paid and enjoying himself. Nothing wrong with that.

          Plus he is exactly what Trump needs at this moment in time, a loyal former federal prosecutor AND politician to play with MSM. Emphasis on loyal.

          So far so good.

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          • Phil Free says:

            True — this is an interesting tidbit I picked up recently. Rudy Giuliani is not getting cash for this — he is working for Trump “strictly on a pro bono basis.” Which is certainly an interesting move ..

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      • Remember POTUS likes a little chaos to give him room to work. Rudy is giving him just that. Can’t be an accident. It’s uncomfortable for folks that like situations to be straightforward & well defined. I am one of those folks. But I remind myself this is part of the process & necessary when dealing with a society where rabid liberals troll all the waters.

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        • Mickturn says:

          Trump and Rudy would be excellent Poker Players. Some people want them to be predictable and play ‘by some unwritten rules’. Tell me, Nay Sayers, when has that ever worked?

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      I love Rudy! And he sure is keeping them busy, guessing. Or maybe downright confused, heh!

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Doesn’t take much to confuse these Bozo’s they are all out to lunch so to speak. We say that a lot here in Canada.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Chim, its people like you Rudy is talking to. Just like PDJT, Rudy plays with you people, the dims and the fake news. Gets you running in circles huh?

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Have loved Rudy ever since reading “City For Sale”,
        a book about the wild corruption that occurred while
        Ed Koch was Mayor. Rudy was the prosecutor that
        removed the mobster influenced city officials.

        After he took out the trash, he got elected as mayor,
        and did a fantastic job. Got rid of the squeegee guys,
        cleaned up the subway, followed the “Broken windows”
        logic regarding crime prevention. Rudy couldn’t have
        been near as effective as mayor if he hadn’t taken out
        the trash earlier. I desperately wanted Rudy as President
        when he ran. His campaign, however, was awful.

        When Trump began taking down his opposition, outing
        people’s motives early in the game, I decided to go with
        him. My reason was this. By what I was witnessing happen,
        I thought that he had managed to get Rudy on in the
        background. Once you get the rhythm of occurrences, you
        get a feel for who might be causing them to happen.

        Either Trump was using Rudy in the background early on,
        or Trump, being the quick study he is borrowed some of
        Rudy’s methods. Doesn’t matter. Either way, we get someone
        who knows you can’t do the best job until the trash is taken
        out. In both Rudy and Trump’s cases, the trash just happens
        to be human and utterly corrupt.

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          YTG, thanks for the added back ground. Rudy and PDJT are both NYers. We know PDJT throws out Red Herrings for the dims and fake news, and so does Rudy.

          Rudy and PDJT actually knew each othe during the times you cite. Rudy cleaned up the crime. Trump cleaned up the streets.

          Rudy is less disciplined than PDJT. Prosecutor vs Business man so Rudy would not have made as great a president as Trump is.

          Rudy turned down the AG job before he was even asked, most likely because of his background. However as you suspect, I believe Rudy has been working behind the scenes gathering evidence and preparing indictments. As we get closer to the “BIG REVEAL” Rudy has been moved out of the shadows and into the light.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          I’m not sure Rudy has the mental stamina for the job he’s taken on with VSSPGDJT in the last month or so, but there’s no doubt whatsoever that every NY mayor since has been riding his awesome coattails and lately, consuming everything Rudy put on the plus side of the balance sheet for NY. Without Rudy, Bloomie and de Barfio couldn’t have made it a NY minute as mayor–the subway rats, alone, would’ve eaten them alive.

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      Giuliani didn’t suggest it. He was just responding to a question from “Todd Chris” about what one of Trump’s other lawyers wrote in the letter to Mueller. He made it pretty clear that it was a Constitutional issue with no legal precedence.

      I “Loath the Toad”, but this was actually a pretty decent conversation.

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    • Critical Mass says:

      He’s an old fool who should have been put out to pasture a long time ago.

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    • Of course the headline on Monday am on Drudge after this Sunday interview: Trump can pardon himself. That’s not what Rudy said but he should’ve known that his comment would be taken out of context and twisted. I love Rudy but I wish he’d understand that his “friends” in the enemedia are NOT his friends. They’ll do anything to make PDJT look bad and everything that Rudy says will be parsed for that purpose.

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  9. Was it not Rosenstein who stated Comey should be fired?

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  10. Dutchman says:

    Vikingmom; Yes, I was surprised no mention of interview where he alledgedly talked about what was ON the laptop, and tussle with NYPD/Lynch about it. Ive read eric prince transcript, where HE talked about it. Does anyone have linc to where Rudy talked about it?

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  11. Pam says:

    I refuse to watch this because I already saw the headline of this one over an hour ago. My advice, take your cues from Joe Digenova. He knows like all of us that this Russia hoax was created for purposes of impeachment but as he noted in a recent interview, POTUS isn’t going anywhere. The protests would be nasty and ugly. You would need 67 votes in the senate to make it a reality. It ain’t happening. Period! My point is that talks that are going down this rabbit hole is nothing more than pure gas lighting.

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    • dawg says:

      Actually, sometimes I think that the whole Russia hoax was created with the primary objective being to simply cover up their crimes, and any trouble it caused President Trump was simply icing on the cake.

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  12. What a difference when Chuck Todd talks to Giuliani or to Trudeau, with Giuliani he is very hard and agressive, cuts him off constantly, but with Trudeau he is quiet and submissive, never a hard question!

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      He Chuckie is afraid that Justine would start bawling his/hers eyes out.People in America have never seen when Trudope is asked a tough question, he just freezes up stares and his lips start quivering and he is totally stunned and then has a stupid half smirk on his face, He nauseates me. I didn’t watch Trudope’s interview but did he start with Um aah hmm his favs.

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    • Mickturn says:

      Chuckie Toad and Just-in Trudeau…two snakes in the same pit.

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  13. Dutchman says:

    Chim, sorry, but Rudy didnt say it, about Pardon himself, the memo did, and he tried to say HE, RUDY, would NOT have made that argument, but HE, Rudy, didn’t write the memo.
    And I must have missed where he said DJT could just kill Comey? What interview did YOU watch?

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    • MM says:

      Chim is just throwing chum in the water to see if anyone bites……
      Ignore his woe is me………..

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Yep. Chim is collecting his (its?) 25 pieces of tin from Soros as we write…

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        • chim says:

          Wow. Just wow.

          Not everyone who disagrees with you is the ‘enemy’ you need them to be. That’s like the ignorant leftists simply suggesting any comment in support of the President is a Russian agent or bot. Be BETTER than that, please.

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          • Teagan says:

            Chim…well, there’s observation that your name hasn’t been seen on the tree much. Then, you seem to want to push your own version of the interview and then Get all indignant when that’s pointed out. Just saying…

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            • chim says:

              The suggestion I mentioned came from ANOTHER Giuliani interview today, one with the Huffington Post. I guess expecting commenters to inform themselves in a similar manner to myself concerning the day’s events was a mistake.

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            • Steve says:

              Ever heard of free speech? I get a bit sick of the “old timers” on this site slapping down new commenters. It’s an open blog and they have the right to say what they think. If you don’t like it, you can refute it without always throwing in the “newbie” stuff.

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          • dizzymissl says:

            Chim is a leftis troll. He/she gave it away with the “be better than that” comment. Leftists always use that phrase. LOL, oopsie.

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    • chim says:

      The suggestion came in another Giuliani interview (Huffington Post). That also happened today, if you’re interested.

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        • Mickturn says:

          I read CTH practically every day, all of the new items/posts! I am beginning to get more and more of the ‘Smell’ of Lib Trolls…am I the only one? Seems CTH has become a Lib Troll target. That’s OK, we can sniff them out very easily. Trolls, your words are wasted here, we’re NOT STUPID like the HuffPost Morons…

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  14. trapper says:

    No way the House votes articles of impeachment prior to the midterms. Oh, the
    Republicans may bring the bill to force Democrats in swing districts to vote on it, but a yes vote would lose the election for them. SO- no way it passes the House, and that means it’s dead.

    Oh, and if the Republicans force the vote, and it fails, that pretty much puts an end to it during the first term, since success in North Korea would pump his numbers through the roof. Worrying about impeachment is like a guy in Iowa worrying about sharks.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I like that, trapper, “sharks in Iowa”, and agree. IF DJT had ‘hunkered down in W.H., and allowed THEM to totally stifle his agenda, keep economy in doldrums, no international accomplishments, the constant Trump-bashing in msm, their ins. policy, for Watergate 2.0, might have worked.
      Oh, and firing Mueller and Rosie, etc.
      But, it didnt and so impeachment aint realistic.

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  15. Mncpo(ret) says:

    Their constant verbiage upchucking, how much trouble this President “could/would” be in he does “this/that”. It just gets monotonous. The American people are waking up and getting really tired of the same biased garbage. The worst thing that comes of this for the MSM is that folks get BORED and don’t listen fervently or believe anymore.

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    • RICHARD CANARY says:

      The President has this in his capable hands. Right now, all this commotion is helpful to the GOP and Trump. I have a feeling that Trump has plans on when and how he will bring it all to a screeching halt. But it’s too early now, especially considering that Trump is glowing like gold and the dems are steaming like fresh dog poop in a snow storm.

      And there is nothing that we can do about any of this anyway, except to remain loyal to Trump, the real GOP, and to continue to help finance the best of the candidates wherever they are. Supporting great candidates is the finest charity we can do for America now. We’re coming down to the wire very soon.

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    • Peter Rabbit says:

      Mncpo, you are correct. Boring interview and irrelevant. Rudy sometimes entertaining but not on top of his game. But Todd likes him on show and Black Hats struck out again today..

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  16. THEBIGUGLYISFUGLY says:

    Sleepy Eyed Chuck “The Choad” Re-Todd is a douche.

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  17. Mark McQueen says:

    This could be a pretty good preview of how an interview between Mueller and the President would go.

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  18. TexasDude says:

    Regarding impeachment …

    High crimes and misdemeanors.

    What was the crime? What law did Trump supposedly break?

    If he actually broke the law during the canpaign? why wasn’t he charged and indicted before he became President?

    We have been through this before, President Andrew Johnson.

    He was Lincoln’s VP when Lincoln was assassinated. Johnson was a Southern Democrat who did not believe in slavery and was a Unionist.

    Johnson, however was against Reconstruction and when he became President worked on allowing to South to rule itself, even to the point of oppressing blacks.

    Congress was almost all aligned against Johnson. Johnson trued to fire Secretary of War Stanton, Congress told Johnson could not do that. Johnson did anyway. Stanton eventually left office, Congress had enacted the Tenure of Office Act thst made it illegal for a President to fire an executive office without Congressional approval.

    Johnson held to his beliefs and fired Stanton, again. Congress went to impeachment. Of course, one if the articles of impeachment was not following the Tenure of Office Act, but another article was bad-mouthing Congress to the public. Johnson had given public speeches telling his displeasure of Congress.

    Johnson was impeached, but not convicted. The Tenure of Office Act was ignored and repealed about 20 years later.

    The Supreme Court never weighed in on the Act, but did note in a related case that the President has the authority to fire for pretty much aby reason.

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    • TexasDude says:

      Jeez, where’s my copy editor? Stanton had been reinstated into office by Congress before Johnson fired him again. I believe Stanton had the new Secretary thrown in jail. Also, Stanton was overseeing Reconstruction and did not like Johnson less punishing views of the South.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Thanks for the history lesson, well stated and informative. Im pretty sure SCOTUS never ruled on other article of impeachment, “criticizing Congress”, too bad. Im thinking Pres has freedom of Speech, just like everyone else. THAT would be very relevent to cutrent circumstances.
        SCotus ruling Pres has authority to fire pretty much anyone ALSO relevent.
        A ‘ploy’ I don’t think we’ll see, would be DJT saying “go ahead, make my day,…TRY and impeach me.
        With American people against him, they may have had a ‘shot’, with us behind him, even they arent THAT stupid.

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    • kroesus61 says:

      Something you seem to fail to realize……impeachment is a POLITICAL process not a legal process….as such “high crimes and misdemeanor” can mean whatever the House of Representatives determine it means……if they can get the indictment (Articles of Impeachment) passed their next hurdle is to prove to 2/3 of the US Senate their charges hold validity

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  19. MaineCoon says:

    IMO this was a somewhat interesting interview as it was Rudy’s legal argument on the issues and imo the target audience wasn’t the viewer but Team Mulehead. Yes, viewings gain some knowledge and might/might not be swayed by his legal argument, but it really appears to be Team Rudy telling Mulehead where they stand, the conditions they want met in order for an interview to occur – knowing full well those conditions won’t be met & if they by chance they were the investigation would be deemed illegal based on the origination document they require be produced to them, (which we know they won’t produce).

    I think Team Rudy has Team Mulehead in a Catch-22. Team Rudy isn’t budging. Neither is Team Mulehead going to fulfill any conditions. It’s a stalemate and imo Team Mulehead is the losing team.

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  20. JAS says:

    Impeachment. NEVER going to happen. Sleep well…

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  21. Karl Kastner says:

    Chuck Todd is complicit, like Tapper, Cuomo..

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  22. Echo says:

    Rudi needs to STFU on the “Trump can pardon himself ” thing.

    What is he implying? That the President NEEDS to pardon himself? For what reason Rudi?

    Sometimes I think Rudi is trying to marginalise the President.

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    • Rudy is not the one who wrote the memo saying this; Trump’s previous lawyers did. He is explaining how that is possible, but not going to happen.

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    • 1popefrancis says:

      First his name is Rudy…ok? Rudy… Next, many of you do not know Giuliani…perhaps you are from other parts outside the N.Y. area – I am from Jersey. We know how awesome Rudy has been and continues to be. He is was a great Mayor and master politician (not quite at Trump’s level, but good)…He knows what he is doing…moreover this is all coordinated with the God-Emperor anyway…so no crying in baseball. I understand the nervousness. Relax. The volcano is about to erupt and this news cycle will be a fossil in a few days or so. Pour some cofefe’ in your cup of MAGA and enjoy…

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      • Echo says:

        Yeah, Rudi’s a genius who thinks with his mouth.
        If he mentions “impeachment” anymore often he’ll be getting counselled by the WH, I believe.

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  23. Theresa Keys says:

    Chill. Rudy is chumming the water pre ig report. Getting a feeding frenzy started. Then post release the only food will be uniparty

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    • Anyone who has ever studied the Constitution knows that a sitting POTUS cannot be indicted and convicted in a standard court of law.

      To think that the top law enforcement official in the U.S., who can start or stop any Federal investigation in the U.S. he so choses–at his whim, and who can even overrule the Judiciary Branch by nothing more than issuing a pardon, can himself be indicted and convicted by that same system is pretty silly.

      So, the President is above the law? NOOOoooo…… There are just different Constitutional laws to handle this.

      POTUS can be indicted …… but not by a court or a grand jury–only by the House of Representatives. And when a President is indicted by the House, it is called impeachment.

      If it is found by the House that there is probable cause suggesting that the President committed high crimes or misdemeanors, he may be indicted. But this is still just an indictment….. it does not mean he is guilty of anything.

      He then gets a trial in the Senate presided over by the Chief Justice of SCOTUS. And if 2/3 of the Senate votes to convict, only then will he be removed from office, lose his Presidential powers and then can be prosecuted.

      Everyone knows this and this is why the final report from Mueller and Rosey is the paramount end strategy of the Uniparty to overthrow our President.

      They are banking on the Dhimms taking the House in the upcoming elections and this report will be a powerful tool to convince the House to indict. All the rest is just smoke and mirrors and a propaganda campaign.

      Rudy knows this too. He is busy preparing his OWN report for the House right now to contradict Mueller’s, and is out shaping public opinion for it when you see him on TV……

      The President has this. The Dhimms are not going to take what matters–the Senate. We are expected to gain votes in the Senate. And even if we did not, no one has ever gotten a 2/3 vote from the Senate to remove a sitting President in the history of our country.

      This is all much adieu about nothing. It’s just irritating….. like having to swat flies at your picnic……

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  24. Donna in Oregon says:

    PSYOP

    Circular argument.

    Great lawyer, Rudy plays them like a violin.

    Let’s recap…..snicker.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      You are so right. In military terms, Rudy would be considered a “shock troop”. Take the most outrageous, violent and radical course of action in attack; to shake the enemy, create gaps, make the enemy react, maybe even force enemy mistakes, divert attention from the real attack that is coming and generally keep the enemy off balance.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        Just like Mr. President. Talking about pardons for the President by the President will get people going ‘ “what this all about?” From what I can see, despite the msm lies, The People “get it.” Look at the real polls. They can’t deny it much longer. People know more than we give them credit for – at least in their gut if by no other means.

        Economy chugging along and that’s what most people care about.

        After this, I think that Rudy should just go be the lawyer and stfu. I worry that his mental faculties could be challenged and he could very well get trapped.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        I know this is so obvious. Surprising that most people don’t connect the dots.

        What does Rudy do? Is it worldwide? Yep. Hello, Bueller? Bueller?

        Then the critiques….Rudy isn’t doing this right, or he’s not that sharp.

        OMGosh. Rudy is really, really good at PSYOPs. Just listen to the bleating.

        The Trojan Horse war was a famous PSYOP…Psyops or Pyschological operations are those which “alter the behavior of an enemy, without altering his beliefs”……and then there was Rudy.

        Chris, I mean, Chuck….whatever.

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      • Mickturn says:

        Yep, Sun Tzu in a nutshell named Rudy!

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  25. Comrade Mope says:

    Look. Rudy is there for a reason: Rudy knows New York, and its law enforcement community. President Trump didn’t just appoint him because of his support in the campaign. He talks too much for me, but I believe he will come in handy real soon. Just wait. It’s all coming to a head.

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  26. redline says:

    “…he’s not sittin’ up there, ya’ know, playin’ tiddlywinks.”

    Here, Mayor Giuliani demonstrates an admirable degree of self-control and maturity, the lack of which disqualifies me from any position of political responsibility.

    I’d certainly have said, “…playin’ tiddlywinks, WITH A TEEN-AGED INTERN!”

    Vote! (but don’t ever vote for me…)

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  27. WillJR says:

    As much as I love DJT, I’m not a fan of many of the people he has picked to serve him, including Giuliani and especially Sessions. Seems like he could have got someone way sharper than Giuliani to handle clowns like Chuck Todd.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Have you ever been “a fan of many of the people” who ANY President has chosen? If so, which POTUS, and who? It can’t be easy trying to keep up with PTrump, nor the insane circumstances of this time in political history.

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      • WillJR says:

        President Trump is the first president I’ve genuinely liked. Didn’t think much of the Bush’s, Clinton, and Obama so shouldn’t be expected to think much of the people they hired.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          Maybe you just don’t like politicians. I think a lot of folks here can relate to that. Some pols are a necessary evil in an administration, however, and PTrump has done a great job combining the best of them with DC outsiders. He utilizes their strengths, and when/if the time comes that they have outlived their usefulness, he lets them go.

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  28. honestyoz says:

    Trumps got this. Stay calm. The IOG has been spying on Mueller and Comey and their spys for over a year. He will make it look easy when the time is righ. Just like this
    FW: https://youtu.be/y-G3wwYq1cY

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  29. Is it just me, or does anyone else get nervous when Rudy does these interviews?

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  30. L4grasshopper says:

    An obvious deduction to make is that if PDJT did not want Rudy on TV all the time saying what he says, Rudy would not be on TV constantly saying what he says 😏

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  31. Peter Rabbit says:

    Mncpo, you are correct. Boring interview and irrelevant. Rudy sometimes entertaining but not on top of his game. But Todd likes him on show and Black Hats struck out again today..

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  32. jack says:

    Part of the Video was about if president did pardon lots of people in this case or terminated Mueller team, he would be impeached.

    I’m starting to think maybe after the mid terms maybe Trump does fire Sessions, Rosenstein, Mueller and unclassifies lots of stuff … this would be a good thing politically for Trump! And he selects an interm AG until he gets one approved (and even it takes 2 years to get it approved , so what?) His acting AG would actually do the AG Job and be in constant communication with Trump.

    Everything would be out in the open with declassifying all this FBI/FISA/CIA/DOJ stuff and Massive Sunshine would flood the place, exposing these Swamp People.

    Then if Congress decided to Impeach him, Trump could say bring it on! Go for it, I DARE you to Impeach me!

    And then go on Rallies and share all the dirt on the people trying to impeach him for the Witch Hunt, and really get the BASE Going!

    And there is no way 2/3’s of all the Congressmen will get to impeachment level. Especially with the economy in good shape, and all the good things Trump has done the last 1 1/2 years. And with Trump’s supporters calling the Congressmen in support of Trump!

    We all know Trump is Fearless and could get away with this. And it could give him Landslide in 2020!

    When the Republicans tried to Impeach Clinton , Clinton’s popularity rose across the world.

    And this Phony Witch Hunt could be exposed as Coup against the President!

    What do you think? If you agree or disagree … state your view and don’t start name calling and other insulting me or others that agree or disagree with me. Let’s be civil. 🙂

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      I can’t predict the future.

      I know I’m not smarter than President Trump.

      There is a certain amount of high-school hi jinks wafting from the attacks on President Trump. The sophistication that one would normally expect from the ranks of the Swamp is sadly lacking. It feels more like poking and prodding than an attack.

      Not to make fun of the Swamp, but they are more like mean girls than Marines. Gossip and innuendo just doesn’t make the grade.

      It’s coming up on one year, June 11th, when Sundance sent an open letter to President Trump letting him know who we are. I especially like this part:

      Truly, there is no better organized, equipped, or committed group than the one covering your six. And there is most certainly no group larger than our non-hyphenated association; regardless how much the pontificating pundits refuse to admit or accept it.

      So when you are upon the field of political combat, engaged with gnats of far lesser consequence, do not sense you necessarily need to respond to provocations on our behalf. We trust your ability to avoid the traps, schemes and manipulative intents.

      And when you look up, outward, and take inventory of the progress… well, we’re right there with you.

      Steadfast.

      Warmest best and deepest appreciation,

      America !

      ___________________________________________

      I read this letter all the time, it is our commitment. We are responsible for our commitment.

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/06/11/an-open-letter-to-president-donald-j-trump/

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  33. kea says:

    I would pay good $$$ to shave his so called goatee. Can’t stand him.

    Every time he talks about O be closes his eyes and I want to hit him….

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  34. Mark McQueen says:

    Slightly off topic, but where’s the Nunez/Maria interview? Been waiting all day for SD’s take on it.

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    • WillJR says:

      Nunes sounded like a cuck the way he went on and on defending the indefensible, ie, Gowdy. All the people on here who kept saying, “We don’t know what Devin thinks of Trey”, go look up the interview. It sucks Nunes is the best we’ve got. Man Washington sucks.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        Ok. There’s one extreme. 🙂 I don’t know. I don’t think he wanted to talk about Gowdy OR the investigation. I don’t think he wanted to be there at all. Not the usual Nunez for sure.

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          …but yes. He could have dispensed with the whole “Mr. Gowdy’s point of veiw” BS. Not what I expected.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Devin Nunes works with the guy…..everyone gets why he didn’t start screaming and jumping up and down.

        It’s like if someone criticized their Mother-In-Law right in front of their spouse. Gosh, you might feel good for about 5 minutes after….. and then years of misery.

        Just sayin’ chose your battles.

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    • Rami says:

      Missed that one too, only caught a few seconds of it.
      Waiting to watch Mark Levin at 10pm. He has Andrew McCarthy and David Limbaugh to talk about Mueller investigation, Comey, spies and the left’s war on PDJT. Should be good.

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        It’s on youtube. I saw it earlier today.

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        • WillJR says:

          Did you hear what Levin said about on his radio show? He really tore into him. I’m so fed up with Gowdy after what he said, which was just flat out wrong, that it really rubbed fhe wrong hearing Nunes keep trying to defend him. I like Nunes, but it would be nice if we had some people who were more aggressive. Most of the Republicans in DC are pretty terrible and don’t truly have the President’s back. That’s just the sad reality we’re faced with.

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          • Mark McQueen says:

            Well Levin has a show to sell. Nunes and Gowdy are still colleagues. I wouldn’t expect Nunes to tear into Gowdy if for no other reason than that. Maybe he should not have spent the time “explaining” Gowdy and just disagreed…which he did after all.

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  35. I started reading the comments in this thread before watching, because the video is 16.5 minutes long. After seeing several commenters hyperventilating, I had to go back and watch it. And . . . chill out folks, Rudy did just fine with “Todd.”

    The subtext of everything Rudy said is that the Mueller is impotent. Basically, “we’ve destroyed your weak $17 million 2-year investigation on pure substance because you don’t have jack squat. Even if you did have jack squat, your investigation was illegal to begin with. But if it had been legal and you actually had more than jack squat, we’d still tell you to go off and play with yourself in the corner, because we could. Anyway, that’s all theoretical because you don’t have jack squat.”

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Spinning their wheels. Rudy is just spinning their wheels…….

      Crazy like a fox. I love Rudy, he’s hilarious. Probably read this book to mess with Chucky before the interview.

      Read this and then tell me if it doesn’t make you feel exactly like the interview did!!! Spinning……

      Going in Circles
      “Circular reasoning can be used fallaciously . . . in arguments which require the use of premises that can be shown to be better established than the conclusion to be proved. The requirement here is one of evidential priority . . .. Arguing in a circle becomes a fallacy of petitio principii or begging the question where an attempt is made to evade the burden of proving one of the premises of an argument by basing it on the prior acceptance of the conclusion to be proved. . . . So the fallacy of begging the question is a systematic tactic to evade fulfillment of a legitimate burden of proof . . . by the proponent of an argument in dialogue by using a circular structure of argument to block the further progress of dialogue, and, in particular, to undermine the capability of the respondent, to whom the argument was directed, to ask legitimate critical questions in reply.” (Douglas N.Walton, “Circular Reasoning.” A Companion to Epistemology, 2nd ed., edited by Jonathan Dancy et al. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)

      https://www.thoughtco.com/circular-reasoning-petitio-principii-1689842

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      It’s definitely a tough crowd today. 🙂

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  36. why is Rudy even entertaining the premise/fantasies that Trump could be removed from office?

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  37. MacKenzie says:

    Serious question: if this is a counter intelligence investigation and not a criminal investigation, how can they are even be obstruction of justice? I believe that justice only comes in to play with regard to either criminal or civil justice.

    I suspect that lying to a federal investigator who is conducting a counter intelligence investigation may be a crime, but it is not the crime of obstruction of justice. Firing someone, such as the FBI director, who may be conducting a counter intelligence investigation, is not obstruction of justice.

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  38. Amy2 says:

    I loved Clovis earlier this week. He said, we didn’t need any dirt on Hillary, we already had plenty of material. And he was right! Trump rammed that home every debate!

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  39. covfefe999 says:

    All freaking day long nothing but obsession by the propaganda media with the notion that Trump might pardon himself. I read it as a theoritical. It’s not going to happen. He doesn’t need to pardon himself. I see that ending the investigation was also presented by the propaganda media isn’t latching onto that because they’ve been claiming for months that Trump was going to fire Mueller and he never did. Once again the snowflakes are in for severe disappointment. They are probably rabidly predicting that Trump is going to pardon himself … and several months down the road will be sulking because once again they were wrong about Trump.

    Chuck (“Chris” haha) has a very irritating voice.

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  40. noswamp says:

    Remember MSM folks. We know how they are. They run to the bright shiny object. Yesterday it was “Stormy”,today its “pardon himself”, tomorrow its “POTUS is a hypocrite for changing his mind on NK”, and the next day is “Mattis is angering our allies needlessly”. We already know the game. Rudy G. and Trump know the NY media better than any person in the United States save a few. Notice that Rudy did not support that (pardon himself)point, but MSM did not care. It’s ok. Both sides made their point. Now MSM has a shiny new object to play with for a day or two. American people know their game. And they now know POTUS and see the man making strident changes for our country. (As evidenced by high performance ratings). All I have to say to that is (quoting a famous stock guy, even though I hate his politics: BOO-YA!)

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    • Mickturn says:

      The more often the MSM is sent spinning into never never land the better it is for Trump. All he needs to do is throw them a bone or a shiny object and they are off to the races. He is playing them so well they are just too stupid to see it! Every time Trump does it his base swells and the Lib base goes more crazy…what’s not to like?

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  41. Pat Frederick says:

    wow didn’t read much yesterday and it seems I missed the sky falling!!!!!
    it’s the unofficial start to summer…interest in all things politics starts to wane when the sun is out and there’s good times to be had. What better way to bring some attention back to the issues than have MSM start hyperventilating over some inane threat that the President might pardon himself!!!
    relax…

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  42. dawg says:

    So, now the media is gonna tell everyone that Trump is gonna pardon himself for about 5 days straight, it will never happen, and the media will just end up looking like more hype spin click-bait fake news. Again.

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    • Echo says:

      All because Rudi brought it up and couldn’t STFU about self pardons and impeachment.

      Joe sixpack is left with the impression,(and that’s how Joe gets his political information…by impressions), that there is some reason, some wrongdoing that the President needs to pardon himself for.
      In this matter, Rudi is a fool.

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      • dawg says:

        Rudi didnt bring it up. Steph asked him if they think he could pardon himself, he looked taken aback by the irrelevant question, then said well yeah probably, but he won’t and has no need to.

        The objective was to get this to be a topic, no matter what Rudy said they were going to run with it.

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  43. dayallaxeded says:

    If VSSPGPDJT doesn’t do something public and festive involving lots of delicious, USA grown peaches, I’m gonna be very disappointed.

    All this talk about “in peaches” makes me pine for my favorite peaches of all time–Ruston Reds from Mitcham’s Orchards just outside Ruston, LA (almost RIP–another great part of American heartland destroyed by EPA insanity–banned an antifungal needed to allow peaches to grow to maturity on formerly hardwood-covered clay hills).

    Mr. J.E. Mitcham, Sr. founded the orchard in 1946, while he was still working as an educator, band director, and/or school principal in Ruston. At some point a few years later, he related to my grandmother that he was finding it hard to manage the time required for all those pursuits, so he got on his knees and prayed for guidance. He said God let him know, he should devote full time to the orchard. It was a beautiful place and wonderful for everyone who got the chance to try the peaches. Last saw JE when he was in his 90s, still out walking and tending the orchard. He’s gone to his greater reward now, and his son is soldiering on, trying to diversify since the wrongful EPA action. https://mitchamfarms.com/

    So, in short, if VSSPGPDJT is gonna have to be in peaches, may God bless him with some from Mitcham’s.

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