Sunday Talks: Vice President Mike Pence -vs- FtN Margaret Brennan…

After President Trump put an offer on the table that was rejected by democrat leaders, Vice President Mike Pence appears on CBS Face the Nation to debate the stalemate with resistance advocate Margaret Brennan.

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101 Responses to Sunday Talks: Vice President Mike Pence -vs- FtN Margaret Brennan…

  1. HBD says:

    Why do they even go on these shows and try to explain to theses mental robots anything?

    Liked by 6 people

    • thedoc00 says:

      If done properly, the objective is not convince the terminally obtuse media and their buddies to change their positions, it is done targeting the fence sitters and “Independents”.

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      • The Boss says:

        Anybody know how many people actually watch this type of Sunday morning MSM trash? (Besides increasingly irrelevant losers like George Will, Bill Kristol and Steve Hayes?) These shows seem to be overblown in their importance and not especially informative. The only one worth watching IMHO is Maria B.

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        • Pete says:

          I got 23 seconds in before I screamed f u at the tv and turned it off

          Liked by 6 people

          • MrG says:

            I don’t even go 23 seconds in-I cut the cable 2 years ago. Now, when I do see a TV on, in say my barbershop, I am amazed at how I was glued to it for so many years. It was weird at first, not having the TV on all day, but now I don’t miss it at all.

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      • William Schneider says:

        You hit the nail on proverbial head!! Their is an assumption that there is intelligent life out there listening to MSM news and judging it with a semblance of objectivity. I believe this assumption is correct-or I pray so any way.

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        • sat0422 says:

          I used to stew and worry about CNN controlling the media at airports. But, after traveling through four different airports a couple of weeks ago, I worry no more. No one pays attention to it! I came to that conclusion after watching people glued to their cell phones, reading a book (yes, that is still done), talking with travel friends and eating in restaurants or sitting in bars. That about sums up airport life and very few are watching CNN!

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    • Coast says:

      Why is President Trump talking Amnesty? That wasn’t his campaign platform, was it?

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      • Conservativeinny says:

        No and the President wouldn’t have made that part of the deal if he thought the Dems would accept it or so some have lead me to believe. So, we have to watch this out in real time. The expectation is that President Trump will win this and be able to shut it all down.

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        • amwick says:

          Smoke and mirrors then. He can point to the offer and say that he tried. Yup.

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        • sat0422 says:

          If they have been here and grown into adults or even if they are above the age of 12, then they need to be enrolled in citizenship classes. If they aren’t or if they don’t care or the parents are still illegal, that’s another story. A pathway to citizenship can be found in any lawyer’s office, especially in those offices of immigration law, for those who are interested. Somehow, showing an interest and taking action toward citizenship goes a long way with me. If they haven’t bothered, then they don’t care. Send them back.

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      • Crabby says:

        Because in the real world there will be some sort of amnesty. We are not going to send stormtroopers around rounding people up – getting into gun battles. The best we can do is stop the influx, take away benefits – so they leave, and keep the rest. Many will be butt hurt, but mostly just racist, people itching for a good civil war and unreasonable people that can’t discern the facts on the ground.

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        • Crabby says:

          Opps forgot – deport the criminals. And yes I know crossing was the first crime, but I am talking about criminals after they get here.

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          • albertus magnus says:

            And Dreamers are not criminals for crossing, they are in an irregular situation once they live here. Because they were minors at the time of entry, they did not break the law. While their situation could be considered “illegal” it has historically never been argued as such by any administration of either party, just like inadvertent campaign finance reporting errors were never considered crimes, just were resolved by fines and filing amended reports.

            People seeking to jail dreamers are just as justified in their hate as those that hate PDJT and want him impeached over the Stormy Daniels’ campaign finance violations.

            Just saying.

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            • amwick says:

              Couldn’t they self deport then apply?

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              • anniefannie says:

                If they want a pathway sooner, yes.

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                • amwick says:

                  I think they should get in line behind the people who are applying legally.

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                • sat0422 says:

                  Our friend was in this country doing farm labor for over 10 years. He married and had a child and then when he danced with immigration, the minute he crossed over to go to a meeting south of El Paso, he was back in Mexico. She and the baby came back home, he worked in Mexico and she hired a lawyer. After about 18 months, he was issued a visa and he is now back in the USA, working and happy with his family. That’s how it worked for this young man who I declare as one of our best friends.

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            • cjzak says:

              The only disagreement with you from my viewpoint is most of these Dreamers /DACA are long past 18 and could have applied to become citizens at any time. That bothers me and if they grant any DACA timeframe to citizenship, then hopefully it will be a short term one and if they do not go for citizenship they need to leave.

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              • Amy2 says:

                But didn’t they consider themselves illegals? Also, didn’t want to draw attention to their parents? This is messy. They should be able to get in line behind people who have applied legally.

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              • “ DACA are long past 18..” Question : What about the ‘Dreamers’ children and even grandchildren? These ‘Dreamers’ , in many cases, aren’t little kids anymore. “Hey Grandma, why do they call you a Dreamer?”

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              • sat0422 says:

                I agree with you. They are afraid, especially when they don’t have a VISA. The “bar” guidelines were set by the Congress during Clinton’s administration. Look it up. If one has been in the USA for over a stated amount of time and it isn’t long, and if they go back to Mexico they can and will be barred from re-entry for 5-10 years and if this they have ever been caught before, they can be barred for life. It’s the law. I looked up all this when our friend was barred in Mexico for trying to get a visa without hiring a lawyer first.

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            • WSB says:

              Isn’t the parent in illegally, so the child is a person without a country?

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              • MaineCoon says:

                That’s my understanding. That’s the mess of it and they truly are they ones to bear the burden of their parents’ action. What county to they go back to? They have no country.

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                • WSB says:

                  Children in-country illegally in the US, I expect, would be citizens of their respective pareny’s country, since that is our definition of our own.

                  Natural born citizens inherit their citizenship. All others would be by documentation.

                  So any illegal alien would only be able to produce a birth certificate from their own country. We would not legally ever give a BC to an illegal parent’s child, IMHO.

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                • clairebee says:

                  It’s vitally important to get the citizenship question on the census. Look up the 1910 census. These were on there:
                  Citizenship
                  – Year of immigration into the United States
                  – Naturalization
                  – Ability to speak English

                  When did we stop asking immigration status?

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            • WSB says:

              Allow me to correct myself. Children born to parents who are subjected to another countriy’s jurisdiction are considered by the US as citizens of that country.

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              • WSB says:

                As they should bever have been naturalized and were never natural-born.

                And please excuse the typo…country’s.

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              • MaineCoon says:

                I stand corrected. Your below link explains it thoroughly. It was posted here during the primaries since the presenters adresses Rubio’s and Cruz’s standings. Sadly I’ve forgotten it. WIll be saving this link!

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                • WSB says:

                  It is a wonderful, clear explanation. I was happy that another Treeper posted it.

                  There are nuances within which made it impossible for Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Boxer to submit proclamations for John McCain and Obama.

                  John McCain was natural born citizen because he INHERITED his Americanism from his parents.

                  Obama never would be, as his father was a British subject and born outside the US.

                  Barack Obama never had any inheritance. being the son of a British father. Britain automatically recognizes Barack as a British subject. Therefore under the jurisdiction of another country.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Exactly.

          It gets so tiring reading these posters who demand what is politically impossible at this time or any time in the next two years at the very minimum.

          PDJT made a lot of pledges that he has tried to implement but, because he isn’t “Dictator For Life”, and tries to get cooperation from an intransigent and thoroughly corrupt Congress, he cannot get much traction for the strongest of these pledges.

          No one’s argument (on our side) should be with the President. What has not happened regarding deporting 11 million illegal aliens, barring Muslim immigrants until vetting is vastly improved, deporting illegally-permitted Syrian refugees, cancelling Obozo’s illegal EO’s that created DACA, DAPA, etc. is not for lack of the President genuinely trying.

          ALL complaints must be directed towards the Congress – and Congress alone – who have failed spectacularly and shamefully to make ANY genuine moves towards legislating solid and substantive solutions that fix the immigration problem. The Judiciary is a problem as well but it would not be nearly as Leftwing if McConnell would get the Senate off it’s azzes and approve PDJT’s nominees.

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          • GB Bari says:

            Correction – Obama’s DHS orders that created DACA, DAPA not EO’s. And of course no Judge issued an injunction blocking these policies. Nor was the Media against them – quite the opposite.

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        • MrG says:

          Yup-we are stuck with some sort of amnesty. I wouldn’t want to be in Trump’s shoes. He’s walking a fine line.

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      • DJT2020 says:

        Are you daft or a shill?

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      • NC Patriot says:

        He is throwing out an enticement of DACA amnesty, knowing SC may declare it unconstitutional when it finally hears the case, but he WANTS end to chain migration, catch and release, changes in asylum standards etc.,etc.and so much more. It would have to be a big improvement package, I imagine.

        In the campaign I recall him being a little ambivalent and non-committal about the DACA people. He seemed to feel a little sorry for people brought here as babies and had never known another country. I dont think it was in his platform at all—but people asked him questions about it on the trail.

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      • clairebee says:

        Amnesty is going to happen sooner or later. What difference does it make if it’s a campaign promise? That might be the one thing that settles this.

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    • noswamp says:

      She is a horrible host. Cutting people off the minute she does not like what they are talking about. Terrible interview. Good job by VP.

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  2. Daniel says:

    DACA and other amnesty or legaliztion for illegals is aimed at getting them to support the Democrats. If the favors come from Trump, then they are worthless to the Democrats. Huge defeat for them. And it gets worse when illegal alien supporters see Democrats reject the deal. It’s a “win-win” for Trump because he wins if they take it and wins if they refuse it.

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    • Elric VIII says:

      And it’s only an extension. Congress will still have to legislate what will happen to them at the end of the extension, and that will be like herding cats.

      Liked by 2 people

      • JX says:

        Let’s continue Obama’s illegal “executive amnesty”. Isn’t that what we all voted for?

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        • Sentient says:

          The amnesty part itself is – arguably – legal, in that the executive can elect who to prioritize for removal and, by extension, who to not prioritize for removal. The flatly illegal part was giving them work permits in contravention of legislation.

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          • jbowen82 says:

            Yes. The states challenging DAPA won on the basis that the DAPA regulation (which was actually just a letter to DHS from Secretary Jeh Johnson) did not go through the proper procedures, but while it was being appealed to the Supreme Court the Supremes asked for argument from the parties that this was invalid due to a violation of the Take Care clause (the President shall take care that the laws are duly executed). No decision was ever made because the Justice Department dropped the appeal. But clearly, the same argument applies. It would be one thing to simply not enforce a law on the books – that’s prosecutorial discretion. But to actively assist people to violate the law, as DACA does, is unconstitutional under the Take Care clause.

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          • apfelcobbler says:

            DACA was Obama’s pox on our house. He created a whole new class of problem – just because he could. As if he ever gave a hang about anyone involved. The beauty of it, to his subversive eye, was creating the (potentially) multi-generational legal tendrils for America to get tangled in, indefinately.

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            • anniefannie says:

              Somebody should have done to O’Failure’s phone what Mueller did to Page’s and Strzok’s phones! And fille his pen with disappearing ink. Corruptocrats were “invented” during the 44th administration. Wat a maroon!

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          • noswamp says:

            I don’t care so much about amnesty as long as these people are accounted for and dealt with. and as long as we have a wall. Give them no path for citizenship until they go back to their home country and get a visa. Then go to the back of the line for 10 years. Then we have a wall, no more visa lottery, no chain migration, increased work visas for people that are professionals(and where its proven there are no Americans getting the jobs for a high salary, which removes incentives to higher people from third world countries that can earn less per hour than American professionals).
            No asylum if you come here illegally. etc.

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            • noswamp says:

              *hire not higher. And salary in the USA should be high, for ALL visa professional workers. Do not allow corporations like Google and Disney to hire highly skilled people for lower salaries. Make them pay the same salary as they do to Americans. Only exception could be for farmers.

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        • Pete says:

          It s a cat and mouse game …..DJT keeps moving the cheese….he needed to get to 30 days of stalemate….he got it today let the RIF begin

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      • Conservativeinny says:

        Congress will not ever do anything on this.

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    • Milo says:

      Not really. The handouts will come from the Democrats and that’s what buys votes.

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  3. smurfette says:

    Drug profit is how the CIA funds itself. It would be severely crippled with funds to run its clandestine operations. Democrats like Pelosi, Schumer and Brennan, are mere Pavlov dogs trained to perform for them.

    The Southern Wall is key to defunding the CIA operations.

    It’s not just about illegal aliens. It’s about illegal crossings and drug trafficking. Please share and educate the masses. Here is a really good video done by two people who quit drugs long ago and fortunately they are young enough to recover and trying to get the word out. Ask others to also send virally. We have to help President Trump.

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    • smurfette says:

      By the way, their videos are very good, succinct and useful especially for young and old to see.

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      • MrG says:

        I watched that channel for awhile-but I noticed they spend a lot of time explaining what they’re not going to cover. Also, between the lead-up to the actual material and then stopping the actual material several times to comment, a 17 minute video actually has about 8 minutes of info.

        IDK maybe it’s just me.

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    • bandfreak22 says:

      Do we even need the CIA?

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      • Sentient says:

        Without it, who would subvert our democracy?

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      • smurfette says:

        The CIA actually started as a nobody foreign intel coordinating entity rejected by the real military for intelligence operations. It’s gone through several configurations and is the first defacto civilian non-military “contractor” type organization to start augmenting its power by collecting former military personnel. One of its first major projects to launch itself into power under Dulles was to hire technology experts who would go on to develop clandestine strategies. At the very heart of its evil operations was drugs to gain mind control with LSD, an acid. No surprise the CIA relies on drug trafficking. It’s a natural consequence. It then allied with the Skulls and Bones Society Ivy League elitists and the wealth of Macy’s and Rockerfellers. The country as we see it today is the result of the diabolical CIA which has turned from foreign intel to a Close and Present Domestic Danger. Based on its history, President Trump ought to close up this creepy shop of horrors called the CIA.

        Hillary, Brennan, GWB Jr and Obama have all posted old Christmas photo of themselves in 2018 so something tells me they are in Gitmo or heavily booted down due to their treasonous cooperation with the CIA.

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        • MrG says:

          Hillary, Brennan, GWB Jr and Obama have all posted old Christmas photo of themselves in 2018 so something tells me they are in Gitmo or heavily booted down due to their treasonous cooperation with the CIA.”

          You don’t really believe that do you? Dare I say that sounds like a Q theory

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          • smurfette says:

            Not a Q theory. Observations from many including Dr. Dave Janda from Bush’s own former administration.

            Your theory about this being a Q theory is ironically a conspiracy theory. Lol.

            Btw, Q predicated Hillary’s emails BEFORE Wikileaks.

            I haven’t said that I am fully confident in Q. He uses Gematria code which is to me a foreign and alien language but I am WATCHING.

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  4. AViewFromMontana says:

    Brennan was like a gnat, which Pence largely ignored as he kept talking!

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  5. Ausonius says:

    The only way to to deal with the MSM is to treat them all like gnats: do not argue with them, dismiss their assumptions, and just make as many points as possible, expose as many lies as possible, and ignore the Leftist trying to argue with you.

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  6. bessie2003 says:

    He did a good job. Crazy how the reporter asks a question, he starts to respond and she just moves on to the next talking point before he’s even had a chance to finish his first response; and he still stayed on focus.

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  7. Appalled says:

    There has been such resistance to common sense proposals for border security, one really has to wonder if drug cartel money is changing hands.

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  8. AmericaFirst says:

    Most of these answers could begin with “Anyone who is not attempting to politicize this issue …” and then state the truth. That turns the politicization back on the snarky questioner.

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  9. MIKE says:

    I live for the day when anyone from TeamTrump starts out one of these ridiculous Sunday interviews with a question posed to the ‘host’ ; “Are we going to have a intellectually honest discussion today, or are you just going to bash this administration for all the wrong created by past administrations and then ignore the plethora of accomplishments this administration has achieved?”

    “Because if it is the latter, then we are just wasting time. Orange man bad, you say? I’m outta here. Good day, Madame or Sir.”

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    • GB Bari says:

      I like it, but of course THAT part of the discussion would never be aired. After all, these are professional liars who run these “interview” programs. The purpose of the entire program is to get the desired narrative across, reinforce it, and find any additional flaws with the interviewee (target) that can be exploited.

      The LAST thing they are interested in is having “an intellectually honest discussion.”

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  10. TwoLaine says:

    He successfully sidestepped all of the deep doo-doo that she was peddling.
    BRAVO VP Pence!

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    • MrG says:

      Politicians are very good at that Do you think Pence got a copy of the questions in advance?

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Very unlikely.

        I wou;d have turned the tables and said I regret that the dirty, rotten, lying media won’t tell the truth about this Presidency and began listing all the accomplishments over the last 2 years. I would absolutely refuse to go down any rabbit holes to nowhere and talk about accomplishments. Every question turned on its heel and then thank her for asking.

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  11. Smiley says:

    I watched and kept thinking of Star Wars as she tried to take VP Pence down an irreverent rabbit hole.

    Stay on Target, Mr. Vice President. Stay on Target

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  12. Mike in a Truck says:

    No we wont round up 11-20 million illegal’s in this country and deport them.The Repubs dont have the guts for it.So what to do,what to do??Ah-the thing that motivates the human critter:MONEY! Put a bounty on every illegal invader turned into ICE.What a business venture-bounty hunters huntin down these criminals for profit.Once the word gets out many of these toads will self deport.The Repubs can crawl out from under their desks and claim:”It aint me its the bounty system, my hands are tied.” Which is the cover these weak knee’d, jello spined, swamp swimming sperm want.

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    • Pale rider says:

      But then they would be gone? The issue is how to make them legal. Sarc

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    • MrG says:

      I can’t prove this of course-but

      That 11 million number has been bandied about since, IDK, 2014? My gut tells me it’s more like 30-40 million. Trump knows he can’t just start rounding them up, so he hopes to make over half of the Latinos support him.

      They’ve been pouring in, every.single.day.and.night for at least 20 years-

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  13. anniefannie says:

    Start with NO benefits. Add 25% tax on all money wired out of the country. No path to citizenship until they go back to home country and apply the right way (then add 5 years for cheating). Pay all applicable taxes for money earned prior to citizenship.

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  14. James Street says:

    Q: You arrived here today with Secret Service agents who are with you 24 hours a day. Are they getting paid during this shutdown?
    A: Yes.*
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    *but their paychecks are deferred.

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  15. pnj01 says:

    Maggie Brennan is not just a FECKLESS [R]]UNT (cleaned up); she is a particularly obnoxious and disrespectful one. I dare say–to use Congressperson Tlaib’s analysis–she is a mother-f*cker. He should have RUN TRAIN THROUGH HER, but he is much too gentlemanly to do so.

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  16. bonkti says:

    Brennan. Why is that name familiar?

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  17. Aussie Trump Supporter says:

    Sundance, I went to listen to the Mike Pence video and once again I received the following
    Video unavailable. The uploader has not made this video available in your country..
    What does this mean as it happens quite frequently.

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