November 15th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #665

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2,038 Responses to November 15th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #665

  1. GoldenReT says:

    A Canadian Treeper here, hopping off my perch to offer some encouragement.
    First, thx to you all for great info, insight, humanity and humour. Special thx to SD for work that is always above and beyond.

    Post midterms all are understandably feeling intense emotions – anger, frustration, disbelief etc. etc. (Felt the same after 2015 federal election up here.)
    You still can make a difference. I agree that the forces aligned against PDJT, his team and Deplorables are formidable. Also agree that these forces have abandoned morals, ethics, rational thought and honourable conduct. Frankly, I have never witnessed this level of venomous hatred from decision makers and influencers who should damn well know better.

    Many Americans and Canadians who have been exposed to this non-stop hate fest are now brainwashed. They don’t hate PDJT, his team and Deplorables. They hate the caricatures that now seem to permeate every fabric of our lives. It’s disgusting, dangerous and detrimental to the well-being of your great country and western democracies.

    So, damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead. Keep up the good fight!

    Liked by 21 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Thanks for taking time to voice that, Golden.

      I’ll be more at ease next time I ski Whistler or fly over Newfoundland, knowing there are sensible Canucks down there. At least some.

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  2. kea says:

    So sad what is happening in south africa.

    Liked by 6 people

    • thedoc00 says:

      This is exactly what Obama had in mind when he was about to unleash DoJ on communities that were “too white”. Either build free housing or DoJ was going to allow appropriation of houses. This is a preview of US suburbia under a democrat regime.

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  3. Sedanka says:

    We should all be saying this for the next two years.

    Liked by 16 people

  4. kinthenorthwest says:

    What is with this guy and how can Kelly Anne stay married to him
    George Conway Launches Anti-Trump Group for Conservative Attorneys

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/11/14/george-conway-launches-anti-trump-group-for-conservative-attorneys/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

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  5. Sedanka says:

    “Team Lyin’ Ted” is still the same bunch of frauds they were in 2016.

    Liked by 1 person

    • MAGADJT says:

      He is saying this because this type talk is what gets him on MSNBC. They were saying this same thing before Trump too, and during Clinton.

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  6. covfefe999 says:

    Someone posted this morning that there was a rumor that the Clintons are cancelling their tour. So I went to Hillary’s twitter account and I clicked on her latest tweet to see if anyone was asking her about it. What i found was this and it made me laugh out loud:

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  7. budmc says:

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  8. jeans2nd says:

    Ok guys, take a MAGA break. 11 minutes of laughs and joy,courttesy of The Daily Caller News Foundation. Don’t hesitate. You NEED a MAGA break. This one is totally worth it, and so are you. You’ve earned this. You deserve this.

    Whats It Like To Interview The President Saagar and Benny Give Us The Play By Play 11:05

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  9. https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-is-optimistic-it-will-prosecute-assange-1542323142

    As the byline says of Assange, “Over the past year, U.S. prosecutors have discussed several types of charges they could potentially bring against the WikiLeaks founder”

    One of those charges could reasonably be called journalism. Watching CNN you could be excused for thinking journalism has been made illegal. Sad.

    Liked by 4 people

    • deplorable says:

      So that’s what US prosecutors at the DOJ/FBI have been doing the past year – trying to frame a Clinton enemy and journalist for telling true facts.

      What about all the other crimes: Hillary’s private server, Awan brothers, election fraud, FBI negligence chasing down leads of dangerous mentally ill people, illegal secret FISA court warrants, spying on the President, attempting to frame Trump campaign workers, …

      President Trump is right … he hasn’t had an Attorney General or DOJ – and neither have the American people. FBI and DOJ are running like a separate branch of government.

      You can’t make these things up.

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  10. SR says:

    Deep state is keeping PTrump in box under SC but closing all the loopholes and the biggest is this. Deep state and Clintons will punish Wikileaks for loosing election.

    Liked by 2 people

    • wyntre says:

      So Mia doesn’t WANT to win?

      Color me shocked.

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      • Proud American from Texas says:

        Article states that she wants to halt the count due to ballots being tossed out without her team’s chance to review. She’s not giving in. Headline is deceptive.

        Liked by 3 people

      • kea says:

        Yeah sorry about that. It was the ‘best article’ they had about this.

        But from above they also mention New Mexico.

        A similar lawsuit was filed in New Mexico on Tuesday by a Republican who lost her bid for a U.S. House seat. Yvette Herrell asked a county judge to impound absentee ballots so her campaign could inspect them after the county canvassing board certified that Democrat Xochitl Torres Small had won.

        Seems there are more lawsuits then the MSM is reporting.

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    • sahm2016 says:

      I am not a Mia Love fan, but at least she fights. I can’t understand why the individual Republican candidates who were leading until a surge in late ballots, aren’t out screaming from the roof top about election fraud. I wonder how many of the come from behind Democrat wins would survive a recount.

      FTA:
      “Palm Beach County completed their recount Thursday only to discover that they were missing a “substantial” number of votes when compared to the initial count, according to a New York Times reporter.”
      https://dailycaller.com/2018/11/15/palm-beach-florida-recount-missing-votes/

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  11. wyntre says:

    If you need something to cheer you up and warm your heart, there’s this.

    Liked by 12 people

  12. What is the story with Sen Nelson’s face? Has it always looked like that or has he had a series of very bad face lifts? Really strange looking guy. How old is he? He looks like he could be 90 trying to look 70.

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  13. dogsmaw says:

    #NeverNancy 👀

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  14. kea says:

    Democrat flips US House seat in Maine using a ranked balloting????

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  15. Codasouthtexas says:

    Florida still has to do hand count for the senate race! How reficulous is that?

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  16. rumpole2 says:

    I get it Hannity… you want to VIRTUE SIGNAL that you are giving Avenatii the “presumption of innocence”

    But NO NEED to go on and on about it!!!

    Avenatii remains a scumbag… proven liar.. and so it is also reasonable to presume he is LYING now.

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  17. SandraOpines says:

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  18. youme says:

    A city in chaos…4 inches of snow

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  19. youme says:

    Meanwhile there are other mobs…

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  20. youme says:

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  21. JX says:

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  22. Bigbadmike says:

    Been watching the hysterics on this site for the last several weeks. PDJT played these midterms brilliantly. Suburban SJW moms on Xanax just handed the 2020 Presidency to our VSG. The House is a joke. Dems will overreach. They’re insane. Hillary will be drafted at their Convention. The infighting will be epic. Cortez will be Speaker by 2020. Can’t wait to see how the President weighs in on these crybabies. No more McCaskill, Heitekamp, Nelson, and Donnelly. The Blue Dogs are finished. No more Flake, Corker, McCain, Ryan. The Rino’s are toast. Dems got caught with their hands in the cookie jar and there won’t be any voter fraud in 2020. The Consent Decree us Over.

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    • rf121 says:

      and there won’t be any voter fraud in 2020.

      You are kidding right? It worked so well this year they will triple there efforts for 2020.

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  23. Gil says:

    Another seat lost to progressives in CA. Mimi Walters in orange county.

    Democrat Katie Porter captured a Republican-held U.S. House seat Thursday in the heart of what once was Southern California’s Reagan country, extending a rout of the state’s GOP House delegation that might not be over.

    Porter’s upset in Orange County is a sign of changing times in a region once known nationally as a GOP fortress. The coastal county southeast of Los Angeles was home to President Richard Nixon, and President Ronald Reagan once likened it to a Republican heaven.

    The district, California’s 45th, includes Irvine, Tustin, Lake Forest and Mission Viejo.

    Porter, a law professor and protege of Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, defeated Republican Rep. Mimi Walters, who was re-elected in a walkover just two years ago in the 45th District. The latest update to the vote count gave Porter 51 percent and a 6,203-vote lead.

    The race attracted a flood of campaign dollars: Porter pulled in nearly $6 million and Walters, $4.5 million. Outside groups spent at least $11 million, according to California Target Book, which analyzes campaigns.

    With Porter’s win, Democrats will hold at least a 44-9 edge in California U.S. House seats. They hold every statewide office, a supermajority in both chambers of the Legislature and a 3.7-million advantage in voter registration.

    https://ktla.com/2018/11/15/democrat-katie-porter-unseats-incumbent-gop-rep-mimi-walters-in-hotly-contested-o-c-house-race/

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