“Attempted Coup” – President Trump Gives Extensive Interview to Sean Hannity…

President Trump gave an extensive interview to Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday evening.  The President made several stunning comments about the Mueller investigation, previous wiretaps, the upcoming inspector general report, the deep state, and his firm plans to declassify a significant amount of background documents.

For the first time President Trump used the terms “attempted coup” and “overthrow” to discuss the coordinated effort against his administration by the previous administration including James Clapper (ODNI), John Brennan (CIA), James Comey (FBI), and lower level officials within the intelligence apparatus.

Background Reports referenced by Hannity:

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283 Responses to “Attempted Coup” – President Trump Gives Extensive Interview to Sean Hannity…

  1. anthohmy says:

    Oh my.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. rf121 says:

    When you strike at a king, you must kill him. Oops.

    Liked by 19 people

  3. joeknuckles says:

    It was The Great Failed Chicken Coup of 2017-2019.

    They pulled every chickenshit trick in the book, had the IC (idiot children) and the media on their side and they still failed.

    Liked by 35 people

    • The Hun Driver Widow says:

      There are prison cells waiting for all of them.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      First they lost a rigged election, then they lost a rigged investigation. Oh oh.

      Liked by 16 people

    • CorwinAmber says:

      chicken coup leads to chicken coop, methinks

      Liked by 5 people

    • GB Bari says:

      “They” did not “fail” all that badly.

      Maybe they did not achieve their #1 objective but…..

      “They” had the 95% of the MSM megaphone rooting for their side, as they always do.

      Look at the chaos, obstruction, and distraction they were able to cause since before PDJT was inaugurated. And the chaos and obstruction of MAGA still continues because of the Mueller Report.

      “They” gave the RINOs perfect cover to withhold support for PDJT, under the mostly unspoken but implied excuse of not being sure of his innocence.

      The Dems have been able to avoid almost all of the major issues facing this country while all they do is repeat the false Muh Russia allegations that were given 2 years extra life because of the Special Counsel investigation.

      PDJT’s approval numbers would be at least 10 points higher and the Repubs would have held the House in 2018 midterms. 2020 would not have been in any doubt whatsoever, whereas now we know the public isn’t aware of many of the facts and is going to require a lot of persuading.

      Maybe these past 2+ years were an investment in preparation for Swamp draining. There has been very little draining thus far so there’s always hope for the future.

      Liked by 6 people

      • oldumb says:

        They would have won if we didn’t have DJT as President/ Mr Clean,

        Liked by 2 people

      • David A says:

        And very possibly China would have agreed to a new trade deal and NK removed their N program and beginning an economic boom.

        The immigration problem would have been solved as well.
        These clowns betrayed the world.

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      • “They” had the 95% of the MSM megaphone rooting for their side, as they always do.
        Look at the chaos, obstruction, and distraction they were able to cause since before PDJT was inaugurated. And the chaos and obstruction of MAGA still continues because of the Mueller Report.

        This is the reason the Democrat Party flipped the House in 18. With all the success President Trump has had with the economy, only the MSM Disinformation Services have kept many of the sheeple in the flock.
        Talking about all of this conspiracy and the fact that so many Americans are low-info types, full declassification and release of documents would totally overwhelm the non-believer sheeple types and render the documents largely unhelpful. Unfortunately, many Americans get their “news” from such valid sources as Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Myers. These bastions of intellectual journalism, combined with those P-U-litzer winners Acosta, Maddow, Williams, Wallace, Joe, and crew, are 💯% stifled by the Crossfire Hurricane.
        The information is coming out slowly and much more consistently. If we’re lucky, the trials will be public and no “commentary” will need to be added to shape the narrative to continue cover. What most of the poor sheeple don’t recognize is that they, too, have been spied on for years. That righteous indignation might change a bit with the realization that they, too, are victims and could become targets of this same corruption.
        It’s morning. Wake up and smell the coffee ☕️!

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        • SAT and IQ scores have been talking for decades. Massive drug addiction, alcoholism, med dependency, and obesity epidemic has made matters much much worse. Democracy? Are the people a beast as one monarch once said?

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      • dd_sc says:

        Perpetual agitprop – Alinsky rules #8 and #10:


        8. “Keep the pressure on.”

        10. “The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition.”

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      • antiqueiron says:

        The question I have is, why didn’t mueller plant evidence or construct some fake crime? I fully expected his report to show some dastardly “crime” they could impeach & indict Trump for. Why didn’t they go that route? What is their plan? What is the other insurance policy they must have? We still don’t know it all.

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        • MelH says:

          Their plan is simple. Read theconservativetreehouse.com and get educated. “They” intend to use Russia as the battering ram the Investigation HAD to use to protect the nation because Trump/Putin were hell-bent on wrecking it.

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    • chicken coop complete with chicken-wire taps?

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  4. Prairie Dog says:

    We shall see what we shall see!

    Liked by 6 people

  5. Publius2016 says:

    45 knows 2020 is everything! Success is doing it again!! Draining the Swamp requires sunlight and timing…Americans know cheating and hate INVASION OF PRIVACY!

    Liked by 16 people

  6. Yy4u says:

    Yep. When you shoot at the kinv, you had better hit him

    Liked by 6 people

  7. Beigun says:

    The stench of the “Banquet of Sedition” carries far and wide. Those that inhale the dream of power usurped become themselves most foul and corrupt. The cure for the body politic is painful, but necessary, to prevent a reoccurrence that could destroy the Republic!

    Liked by 12 people

  8. chojun says:

    President Trump had literally no reaction to Sean Hannity asking him about the Ukraine-Clinton collusion evidence.

    He already knows everything.

    Liked by 25 people

  9. myrightpenguin says:

    Like how PDJT played it cool over the Putin-Kim summit, deep in that interview.

    Liked by 11 people

    • sejmon says:

      V V P in Vladivostok -encouraged KIM to talk with VSG PDJT…Looks like even KIM see it will be better for future of NK to make a deal with president of USA…..not one of demoncratic socialists/commies/globalists/trockyists and rest of whor*s in Congress can not see it ..shame on them.

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  10. Niagara Frontier says:

    We can predict that the Dem-Resistance-Media response will be to resurrect the 25th Amendment talk. They might see this as an opportunity to beat that dead horse yet once again.

    In the meantime, we better start hearing Republicans in the Senate and House use the same frank language that the President used tonight. No more hiding in the bushes like frightened little chickens.

    Liked by 14 people

    • beachbum31 says:

      Mika shows up tomorrow am on set wearing a football helmet.

      Liked by 3 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      If Trump is crazy, then we have a case of mass hysteria here since millions of people on both sides of the political spectrum believe the same thing he does.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      If the other side wants to deeply implicate themselves in the coup attempt. If the TDS-afflicted want to get caught up in it… hey there’s collateral damage in every battle…

      Liked by 1 person

      • The Congressional Democrats … and possibly Complicit RINOs … are creating the case for their own OBSTRUCTION of JUSTICE CONVICTIONS … which will implicate them in SEDITION.

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      • Dave Radetsky says:

        Robert, please excuse my ignorance, but you used a term that I’ve seen a couple of times here on the site and have no idea what it means. What is TDS?

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Trump Derangement Syndrome. I guess it might mean different things to different people but if it benefits Trump I hate it If it hurts Trump I like it. It’s a more virulent form of Bush Derangement Syndrome liberals developed during his administration.

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        • And these otherwise perhaps reasonable people say crazy things and deny facts that support Trump, while condoning illegal adventures that would harm him.

          Some of these people with TDS give voice to, and act out, their demented thoughts to harm Trump, only to come upon some misfortune themselves. These people suffer the TRUMP CURSE. The curse typically strikes celebrities, athletes, and businesspeople. Soon the Trump Curse will darken the doorsteps of Spygate politicians and bureaucrats.

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          • steph_gray says:

            TDS is by far the most virulent strain. But I lived through Reagan Derangement Syndrome – that was pretty rabid as well.

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    • alliwantissometruth says:

      They’re not hiding because they’re frightened chickens, they’re hiding because they’re on the same team as the democrats

      We’ve got to stop believing the Republicans are on our side. As a whole they’re not, they’re Swamp, no difference between them and the democrats

      There’s maybe five or six real Republicans out of the entire bunch

      They’re hiding their real agenda

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      • davidb says:

        I get really burned out by the repukes pretending to be on Trump’s side. there may be a handful out of all, such as Nunes, Meadows, and Jordan, that are MAGA. The rest are bought by special interest, and cartels….or maybe Epstein’s island playhouse.

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    • whodoneit says:

      Republicans? They did nothing to support President Trump’s agenda. And they were more than happy to give over the house to Dem control. Why? – because all of the beltway inhabitants, regardless of party (with the exception of very few) want business as usual. None of them really care about the country or it’s people. What people? There’s only power and sitting pretty. That is ALL they ALL care about – regardless of party. And Trump is rocking their boat – big time. And none of them like it – NONE of them.

      Liked by 14 people

      • Ginabelle says:

        Our President needs to start talking about term limits again.

        Liked by 2 people

        • alliwantissometruth says:

          Term limits is something to take up after all is said and done

          Right now, he needs to be talking about much longer terms. Prison terms that is

          Liked by 9 people

          • John says:

            Need to kill lobbying. Thats where the money flows in. And then these bureaucrats and congresscreeps move from government to lobbying and back. Kill that and youve cut the head off the beast.

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        • Masterman says:

          Term limits do nothing but entrench the power of the permanent bureaucracy. Go look at California. There’s already a term limit for people in Congress and that’s voting them out.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Judith says:

            I agree! In fact, the only time a Congress critter listens to We the People is when he is up for re-election. Take that off the table and he has NO incentive whatsoever to do the right thing once he’s in.

            What needs to change instead is the massive election fraud and Enemedia gaslighting that keeps all these rotten apples stinking up the barrel. We desperately need the return of fair elections and the peaceful transition of power guaranteed by our Constitution.

            We don’t need to reinvent the wheel here. What we *really* need is to bring back the rule of law as written in our Constitution.

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            • If we had any semblance of an honest media, they would have thoroughly covered that little Congressional slush fund that pays for their indiscretions. Remember, the “screamers” about anything the President did, might have done or may do let their righteous indignation fly to the surface. Like good Alinsky-ites, they were likely guilty of much more and much worse!

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          • dwpender says:

            What we need most are term limits on laws and “regulations” (a different form of law made in an unconstitutional manner).

            Our Founders designed a system with numerous shields making it very hard to pass bad federal laws — needed agreement of the people’s representatives, the state’s representatives (Senate), the President (or 2/3 majorities of both Houses) and, lastly, the SC as to constitutionality.

            Since the War between the States, we have seen an avalanche of bad federal laws and regulations abridging liberty. Now all the “shields” the Founders put in place to prevent bad laws have become “swords” protecting all our bad laws from repeal.

            Make all laws and regulations expire in say, 10 years. Make them rerun the entire system of “shields” our framers set up. Not many would survive.

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      • Dave Radetsky says:

        It’s called the UniParty and Sundance writes about it all the time. It’s more than just being happy sitting pretty (which is what Rush Limbaugh says), it’s being under the control of their corporate donors which are globalists. They do not support the president’s plans and so it was far better to have many of them retire from the House so that they didn’t have a majority. That way they can vote with the president, which will make their constituents happy, but they know it won’t matter because they don’t have enough votes to win so the president’s plan won’t be successful and their globalist masters/corporate donors will be happy.

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        • Remington..... says:

          Saw a graphic posted here a month or so ago that really defines D.C. In the general population, one percent of the population are millionaires. In Congress, the number was fifty percent…..whole stinkin’ place is bought and paid for.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        The greatest advantage to having even a poorly supportive GOP Senate is that POTUS and the turtle see eye to eye on the judges—–which will be one of POTUS’ lasting legacies. For that alone, we have to help him keep the Senate in 2020.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      The way I see it is they can speak out or consign themselves to irrelevance.

      Liked by 1 person

      • MightyMustardSeed says:

        Could Mad Maxine’s revelation have anything to do with Rhino behavior?

        Maxine Waters revealed that Barack Obama possessed a “kind of database that no-one has ever seen before,” with “information about everything, on every individual.”

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        • I have a dream that when Obama’s trial begins and after opening statements are made, the judge will bang his gavel (a la NoNo Pelosi) and say “Mr. Prosecutor, call your first witness”. The prosecutor turns, faces the jury and says “the government calls Maxine Waters”. Now THAT would be poetic justice!!

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        • Mark McQueen says:

          Nahh…The fact is there are not many “degrees of separation” between Dem globalists and Rep globalists. Rhinos aren’t really Republicans.

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    • convert says:

      Won’t happen. Other than the un-owned Republicans Congressman who have been out front all along. The rest of them are actually Democrats or virulent irrational Trump haters– they’re content to see the country destroyed just to get Trump– like killing a fly in your house with a hand grenade! Stupid evil people.

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  11. JohnFul says:

    It absolutely was an attempted coup, and now the plotters need to face the 1865 solution to coup attempts.

    Liked by 11 people

  12. marinovibe says:

    Mr. R.

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  13. whodoneit says:

    Our President is not the least bit reluctant to call it as he sees it – and he sees it quite clearly. And I’m no longer amazed by his outstanding insight and iron-clad balls. This is the man we needed to lead the country. Long live President Trump!

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  14. Alleycats says:

    4/25/19. The proverbial shot heard ’round the world. Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to The Big Ugly.

    Narrated by Sundance and his Merry Band of Researchers.

    I’m so grateful to be a living witness to history in the making.

    Liked by 14 people

  15. Just WOW! Remember this:

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  16. Carson Napier says:

    The FBI, DOJ and CIA must be stripped of most of their power, if not eliminated entirely, or they will just do it again. They are Public Enemy # 1 no matter how much they try to frame and blame the Russians …. or President Trump.

    Liked by 12 people

    • andyocoregon says:

      No, we need those agencies. They just need to be purged of loony liberals and reorganized.

      Liked by 4 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      That would really be something if the FBI made the top of their own most wanted list.

      Liked by 14 people

      • WSB says:

        Waltherppk needs to grace us with a meme! Would be a riot!

        Liked by 5 people

        • montanamel says:

          I wonder if there has been one of those “mystery monster orders” placed by DHS??? You know, guns and ammo?…
          But, this time….they only need “single shot pistols” and enough ammo to load them only once…. So much cleaner and easier for all parties… no knotted ropes to untie… no spectacle for film at 11 o’clock… no rich lawyers…
          Kick in the door, serve the warrant, hand him/her/it the pistol and tell them “you have 5 min to say your words to God” … IF we haven’t heard this go off by then, we’ll be dragging you out of here by your heels in front of about 20 cameras….and, then, Bubba gets you!.

          This sounds great…I really, REALLY, like that part about document disclosure….

          Isn’t it about time to start yanking some passports and slapping some GPS trackers on these perp’s….eh?…. Most of their bank accounts need to be frozen as well – along with deposit boxes, etc…

          Check-6

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I know which picture to use for former director Christopher Wray.

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    • whodoneit says:

      I agree. Far past time to “clean house”. Take them out!

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    • andyocoregon says:

      I think calling for the elimination of the FBI, DOJ and CIA is on par with the Dems calling for the elimination of ICE.
      It just ain’t gonna happen.

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  17. delighteddeplorable says:

    Great interview and Sean was appropriately deferential – and silent. POTUS comes across as relaxed, gracious, and firmly in control. What he didn’t say speaks volumes. It will all come out in exactly the correct way at the right time, he left no doubt. It’s a beautiful thing.

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  18. graphiclucidity says:

    President Trump is warning the Democrats in the House that every escalation will be met with retaliation.

    Damaging news stories coming in bunches.
    A Democrat judge indicted by a US Attorney and a Democrat mayor raided by the FBI on the same day.

    Can all this possibly be coincidence?

    Is this what The Big Ugly looks like?

    Liked by 12 people

  19. davidb says:

    I bet there will be some senators involved too. Like Burr, Warner and the TURDle.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Maybe Cummings. Looked up all the pictures of him
      and the Mayor of Baltimore. A treeper posted on the
      Baltimore thread that they were linked at the hip.

      She wasn’t far off at all. Hoping for some spill over.
      I’ve utterly loathed Cummings since at least 2009.

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      • The FBI raided SEVEN homes in the Baltimore take-down … TODAY.
        I understand only TWO were the Mayor’s. 😉

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Look up the stories related to Maryland Center for Adult
          training. Had three people that the acting mayor fired on
          the board. Had Mayor McCrack on the board. The director
          was a gal that stole $825,000 from the prominent dentist
          that she worked for. Saddest part? They suddenly shut
          down the CNA program without any notice.

          Before it was Maryland Center for Adult training it was
          called the Maryland Center for Arts and Technology. I
          smell Elijah Cummings in the mix on this somewhere,
          but I couldn’t access any mention of him tying him to
          either entity. Maybe Katica or another exemplary digger
          can find something. Anyone up for some quality digging
          regarding Cummings in this? Put an hour into it, and
          I’m turning in.

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        • joeknuckles says:

          That’s pretty close to D.C., huh? Maybe there will be some squealing.

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  20. JoD says:

    “…..and much more.”

    Stay tuned.

    Liked by 9 people

  21. tuskyou says:

    After listening to this interview there’s no doubt in my mind—
    IT’S HAPPENING!!!!!!

    Liked by 13 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      Not fast enough for me.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Wheels of true justice always turns slow..

        Liked by 7 people

        • montanamel says:

          [ found scratched on the top of a worker’s locker, Brinkerhoff Rig #36, North Slope of AK, circa 1969 — it used: “Burnie’s crew” in place of the following — ].

          Oh, the wind blew
          And, the shi* flew
          And, in came The Donald’s crew…

          My popcorn ETF is up 4.4% in overnight trading…. maybe I should get some butter too?

          Check-6

          PS… Being on here, tonight, is like being in the middle of the street with all my fan buddies after the LA Kings cleaned house on the Detroit Red Wings, 3-zip!… circa 1978

          Liked by 3 people

      • czecharthur says:

        wow you are spoiled Joe. In country I was born we had to wait over 40 years to get any justice. 2 or 3 years is nothing lol.

        Liked by 2 people

  22. doofusdawg says:

    Just read the Solomon article. Funny how they knew Manafort was going to join the Trump campaign in January when he didn’t join the campaign for nearly three months.

    Liked by 6 people

    • graphiclucidity says:

      The article intimated that it was because Manafort and Roger Stone are connected, and Trump was connected to Stone.

      I seem to also remember that Manafort owned a condo in Trump Tower.

      Maybe they had Stone under surveillance and got him early on recommending Manafort for a position with the Trump campaign?

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  23. Chip Doctor says:

    Don Jr, please tell your dad to be more clear about how he feels about the bastards that tried and are still trying to take him down. Also, tell him we’ve got his back. Bigly.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      IMO, he was pretty clear tonight.

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    • antiqueiron says:

      I agree. In fact, I was disappointed with part of the interview. Trump was NEVER going to Lock. Her. Up. Even though he well knew that the entire country wanted her locked up. That is very, very troubling to me. He wanted to “turn the page & move on.” That’s what Bush 43 said too about clinton. Yikes!

      He wasn’t strong at all on bringing justice to the deep state. Kind of vague & non-committal. Sorry, I just didn’t like it. I wanted him to pound the table & say “we’re going to go where ever it leads and bring them all to justice without fail starting tonight!” I wanted to hear “what did Obama know, & when did he know it.” I wanted a much stronger statement. I know, that’s not his style. But that’s what is called for. It. Was. A. Coup attempt. Actually, I kinda expected arrests already. Sorry, I’m not a patient man, never was.

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  24. Papoose says:

    Patriots, True or False? We need to know.

    https://www.pscp.tv/JackPosobiec/1yNGavDlaXbJj

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  25. LORD, PLEASE HEAR OUR PRAYERS…
    Let the Big, BIG, stuff
    Let the BIG UGLY

    BEGIN,,,

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    • steph_gray says:

      Thanks for posting. A fascinating pastiche including some of the self-justification chaff and countermeasures sundance warned of, plus some lame excuses (the media did it for ratings money – ha!)…

      But also – just a little – just a soupçon – of admitting being wrong for 3 years.

      Winged 🐖🐖🐖🐖🐖🐖🐖🐖🐖 alert…

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  26. I’m listening..

    Our President mentioned the Wiener Laptop!

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  27. TreeClimber says:

    Any chance there will be a transcript? It’s five till midnight here and my tiny human needs to sleep… the apartment is only two rooms so no real way for me to listen without waking him up.

    Liked by 9 people

  28. OMG this is PURE GOLD!
    It was a overthrow of our government!

    Liked by 8 people

  29. mj_inOC says:

    Was it VP Pence’s former Chief of Staff’s wife that was to be the ‘coup informant’ or ?

    Liked by 8 people

    • mj_inOC says:

      … as Strozk’s #1 assistant.

      Oh, the mighty webs we weave…

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    • Arrest Soros says:

      Looks that way to me.
      Wikipedia says he was replaced by Nick Ayers in June 29 2017.
      He married one Katherine A Seaman in 2007. She was a special investigator for the Office of Personnel and Management when she married him.
      It seems plausible that she was the targeted mole for Stozk and Page and possibly why he was let go by Pence after being with him since Pence’s Congress days.

      here is a pick of their wedding (page 44-45 enlarge to view)

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  30. hard masada says:


    did anyone else see this ad on Insannity Hannity tonight?

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  31. QUOTE: DONALD J, TRUMP
    IT WAS A COUP
    It was attempted Coup

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    • WSB says:

      Let us hope…a FAILED coup.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Time for the “Erdogan Coup Solution”.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Cam Heck says:

      Speaking of the coup, Strzok/ Page texts discussing briefing PENCE?!?!

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      • pucecatt says:

        Wait , what ? Pence briefed on what ?

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        • Eddison Tollett Night's Watch says:

          Probably on the General Flynn fiasco!

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        • FPCHmom says:

          Briefed Pence might refer to when they put the screws to him to get Trump to fire Flynn. I recall that they went over a second time to show Flynn’s 302’s to Pence himself.

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          • Jan says:

            Dates are off. These messages were a week or so after the election. The Flynn blow-up was later after Pence was on “Face the Nation” or some such. 11/17/16 was the day Adm. Rogers went to Trump Tower to tell the president-elect he/his team was being “surveilled.”

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          • Chip Doctor says:

            FPCHmom, I have never trusted Pence. Not only do I think he is weak after he bailed on the religious freedom law as Gov, I think he is ripe for blackmail. I have found that when a person volunteers some virtue about themselves (such as “I never meet with women alone”) it often means they are guilty of some such similar incident. I have had people interview for positions in my business that have unsolicited said “I just want you to know that I don’t have a drinking problem”. I immediately pull the lever on the trap door. Just sayin’

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        • Lucille says:

          General Kelly. McCabe went to see the V.P., gave him a bunch of fake info that Pence thought was shocking. He then took it to President Trump according to the vid of the podcast by Posobiec: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1yNGavDlaXbJj?t=1m6s

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          • nwtex says:

            I haven’t read the piece primarily because I know nothing about Posobiec but the name does sound some what familiar. Do you think he is a reliable source of information? Or kinda like on the “fringe” such as a—————– gosh i forgot his name (infowars) type.

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        • MagaMia says:

          Posobiec is describing texts btw Strzok and Page about the relationship with Pence’s chief of staff for possible spying.

          Jack Posobiec ✝️ Retweeted

          Jack Posobiec ✝️

          Verified account

          @JackPosobiec
          13h13 hours ago
          More
          To be clear:

          We now know that just 9 days after the 2016 election Strzok and Page were planning to use Pence’s Chief of Staff to recruit spies in the White House for the FBI

          Let that sink in
          315 replies 5,644 retweets 10,519 likes

          In another tweet he offers the timeline:

          Jack Posobiec ✝️ Retweeted

          Jack Posobiec ✝️

          Verified account

          @JackPosobiec
          13h13 hours ago
          More
          Timeline:

          Jan 20, 2017 – Trump inaugurated, Pence hires Pitcock as Chief of Staff, wife working for Strzok

          Jan 24 – Flynn interviewed by Strzok without lawyer

          Feb 10 – Pence meets with McCabe and shown Strzok 302s about Flynn

          Feb 14 – Flynn resigns
          205 replies 1,527 retweets 2,162 likes

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      • FPCHmom says:

        Wow. If you click on the tweet, down lower they also talk about Mike Rogers going to Trump Tower and Sessions being chosen for AG.

        And they talk about someone’s husband (I guess the Mike Pence assistant whose wife worked for Strzok) being there to help them develop relationships.

        Sounds like they had more than one mole on the inside.

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  32. dave casper says:

    God is with Trump, or he might not still be with us.

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  33. Deplore Able says:

    What struck me was the President’s use of the word “I want to be very temperate” as descriptive of his response to the coup attempt. “Temperate” is a word not commonly used today. It is a word a Catholic or Protestant theologian might use.

    In the Christian faith, there are four virtues that, in days of old, were called the “cardinal” virtues. These are the virtues upon which all other virtues depend. They are Justice, Prudence, Temperance and Fortitude. For example, to succeed at the virtue of patience, one must understand justice requires that the other person be heard, that it is prudent to allow the other person to make his case, that one must refrain from being intemperate in response and one needs courage (fortitude) to wait for the proper time to respond. The four “cardinal” virtues make the virtue of patience possible.

    That the President would use the word “temperate” is very telling. He or those around him have a firm foundation and a desire to seek virtue in the face of vicious conduct of the opposition. The President or somebody close to him has a solid Christian education.

    Please note that the rout of the word vicious is “vice” with is the opposite of the “virtue.”

    Catholics who were catechized pre-Vatican II know what I mean, as well as Protestants who have received a classic Christian education.

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    • safvetblog says:

      The President’s pastor when he was young was Norman Vincent Peale…just sayin’

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    • Dekester says:

      Yep temperate was often used to describe a modest ringer of alcohol.

      Of PDJT knows al about being clear headed and booze free.

      A truly special genius.

      Just what do the Sunday propaganda shows drone on about now. They will have to mention the word “ coup” man he is brilliant.

      God bless PDJT

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      • Dekester says:

        Sorry about the spelling errors. I am typing in the near dark. The first mistake of course should be drinker of alcohol.

        God bless PDJT

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        • Deplore Able says:

          It is OK to have a drink or two, but the virtue of temperance has to do with much more than just strong drink. Temperance involves avoiding strong emotions in many other respects. Consider the Generals who advised President Kennedy to invade Cuba during the missile crisis. Had he done so, nuclear war may have resulted. Robert Kennedy gave more sober advise, a blockade, that gave the leaders time to consider the consequences of their actions.

          Temperance in alcohol is a great virtue of President Trump. Temperance in other areas is perhaps not practiced as much one would hope. When the President is punched, he tends to punch back harder. But with respect to the coup attempt, he refrained from punching back as hard as he might have been tempted.

          I firmly believe that Mueller’s tactics with respect to General Flynn’s takedown, Manafort’s arrest, seizure of evidence and solitary confinement, the arrest of Cohen, and the Soviet style take down of Roger Stone were intended to goad President Trump to act imprudently and intemperately. Doing so might have made Mueller’s case for obstruction. President Trump, to his great credit, kept his cool. Now is the time for the leaders of the coup to feel the heat.

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    • Deplore Able says:

      Oops, meant “root” not “rout.” Too much wine tonight. Rather intemperate of me. Lord have mercy.

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    • Temperance is the first virtue that perfects mans ability to act well with ones self from within ones self.

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    • You’re reminding me of my days at Holy Neme of Jesus elementary school before it went black in 2010 and was renamed Johnnie Cochran School.

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  34. joeknuckles says:

    The bastards were probably recruiting for the purpose of spying on the administration for purposes that had nothing to do with the Russia investigation.

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  35. Robert Smith says:

    @23:00

    Trump said in response to a Hannity question:
    “It will all be declassified..”

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I assume he will declassify enough to get the job done. If Trump needs more, he’ll keep declassifying.

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    • Cisco says:

      Yes! And in no uncertain language.
      You tug on a bulls tail, you’re going to get the horns.

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    • pucecatt says:

      And some we don’t even know about that will be declassified, at least that’s how I interpreted what POTUS said 😎🇺🇸

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    • RobInPA says:

      At the end of January ’19 Sundance wrote a two-Part series addressing ‘the process’ involved in the de-classification of documents related to the muh-Russia circus, which as I recall were very structured with lots of political and various gubbermint agencies “i’s” to dot and “t’s” to cross.

      With the coming revelations and the awakening of the masses to these crimes, which were all predicated on lies, all contrived of complete and utter BS, does PDJT still need to follow those de-class processes?

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Robert, he also said “more than you think” or something similar.

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  36. Our President is an amazing human being. His life has been remarkable…. he rose to the top of the heap. And then gave it all up to save our country. The indignities this wonderful man has endured are incalculable. I wish I could tell the President how grateful I am that he chose to run for President and won. I can’t imagine how bad off we’d all be today if anyone else had won.

    I am so sorry that the President has been so badly violated. I am sure he did not anticipate that his own government would attempt to do this to him. Justice must be done. Those who attempted to bring down this President must face the consequences of their actions.

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  37. Robert Smith says:

    Trump confirmed he’s spoken to Fisher, the construction company, about the wall. But said he’s surprised they haven’t met the bids. But work goes on.

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  38. Bogeyfree says:

    Oh, how I wish Sundance could speak directly to PT for just an hour.

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  39. Newhere says:

    Looking at events in light of SD’s alarm over the “justification trap.”

    Trump opening the floodgates would seem to make a small/narrow look at the “predicate” impossible. The democrat/media “Russia interference” lie has always been thin to the point of ridiculous; once all of the illegal activity pre-dating 2016 gets looked at, I’m not sure it can take the weight.

    The Ukraine scoop Solomon is covering may be a big help in working against the trap. To the extent the Obama administration was pushing Ukraine to stir up a Russia angle, it puts a lot of pressure on the idea of Putin the evil genius orchestrating it all. The more all threads are shown to trace back to the last administration, maintaining the origin myth will become harder.

    Players with high profiles and big platforms (left and right) will try, but I don’t think it will work.

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    • Uncle Max says:

      Agree. He just did what no politician would ever do. He went there… and it’s clear, he’s been playing them. He admitted he told his folks to let the Mueller thing to play out and hold fire. Hhahahaa. And, he let DC know.. that he knows… and he has special skills. They messed with the wrong guy. The predicate trap is kinda ruined now.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Isn’t the predicate dead now?

      1. Jan 2016 – Ukraine meetings
      2. March 2016 – Comey / Clapper fly to New Zealand / Australia (Five Eyes)
      3. July 2016 – July Papadouplous predicate?

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  40. cheryl says:

    Dem Rep Cicilline is now threatening to imprison WH staff who do not respond to subpoenas.

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  41. boomerbeth says:

    30% of Trump’s base wants Assange released. He is a political,prisoner.
    No discussion at all tonight.

    Trump will last se a second term, if he loses assange supporters.
    If he releases him, he will gain a bigger base.

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  42. andyocoregon says:

    It was a great phone interview with President Trump tonight. I especially liked the last couple of minutes where he described in his own words the leading Demonrat candidates. He said he prefers to use the term Sleepy Joe Biden as opposed to “a word that rhymes with Sleepy”. He said he didn’t want to be too rough on Biden.
    Wait until the election really heats up and we’ll see if he calls him Creepy Joe as we already do.

    🙂

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  43. Dr.Jay says:

    I wonder why Solomon did not mention one known (and by now rather obvious fact) in his Ukraine story (https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/440730-how-the-obama-white-house-engaged-ukraine-to-give-russia-collusion):

    That this Black Ledger, like the Steel Dossier and the Downer Memo, is a FAKE
    That has been known for a while and was acknowledged by the Ukrainians (a few months ago I think).

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  44. Dr.Jay says:

    Trump: “If you didn;t have any other information than that you already have know: they have big problems”

    He is either hopeful or simply knows that much more is coming than we already know. LOL!
    What more can come out?

    Black Ledger: Fake [faked by pro-DNC/HRC Ukrainians, perhaps at request of Americans]
    Downer Memo: Fake [faked by pro-DNC/HRC Australians, misdirection by Americans, timing was quite different]
    DNC Hack: Fake [faked by Americans and/or pro-DNC/HRC Ukrainians, including at least one Ukrainian-American, using binaries compiled at the dates that CrwodStrike visited the DNC and one of which that used a known Fancy Bear C&C server IP address which however had been taken offline on (or about) 22 May 2015, A YEAR BEFORE ]
    Guccifer 2: Fake [faked by a team which includes people from a Slavic background, who may be able to speak Russian, yet speak better English than Russians, and at least one person who speaks Moldovan (not Romanian), i.e. most likely a bunch of pro-DNC/HRC Ukrainians]
    Steele Dossier: Fake [faked multi-source effort, some from Cody Shearer (pee-dossier), FISA abuse in 2015/2016 by Nelly Ohr (Cohen story), Ukrainians/Chalupa (Manafort allegations) and (East-European) conspiracy sites and perhaps even some actual Russian fantasies]

    Podesta emails: hacked by unknown party, but not the same server and not the same URL/application used as was used in the email phising campaign reported by SecureWorks.
    DNC emails: leaked by a DNC insider according to former UK ambassador Murray, given to him on a USB stick. DNC insider was disgusted with the cheating by HRC campaign against Bernie and the campaign finance abuse which bled the state DNS organizations dry.

    So what more is out there that we do not know?

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    • Judith says:

      “So what more is out there that we do not know?” Justice Scalia, perhaps? Justice Ginsburg? Seth Rich? Vegas? Parkland?

      The false flag “terror” events, alone, would curl your hair!

      We ain’t seen nothing yet! Operation Crossfire Hurricane is but *one* teensy red laser dot to cover up far more nefarious activities. It is the tip of the iceberg, as it were.

      “So what more is out there that we do not know?” Do we really want to find out?

      Toto pulled back the curtain to give us a glimpse of the inner workings of our government. Ask yourself when is the last time America elected a real President.. for starters..

      Let’s focus on this “attempted” coup, shall we? We’ll all sleep better then.

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    • boomerbeth says:

      A lifetime of crime by the administrative state, a government with no laws.
      It will remain.unknown

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  45. John-Y128 says:

    How the Mueller Report Covers for Clinton and the Conspirators
    “In fact, it [the lie] began with Hillary Clinton’s successful campaign dirty trick: she paid a subcontractor to draft and promote a smear disguised as intelligence to trigger an FBI investigation of her political opponent. It’s that simple…” https://amgreatness.com/2019/04/25/how-the-mueller-report-covers-for-clinton-and-the-conspirators/

    How the Deep State Russia Conspirators May Escape Justice
    “Unfortunately, Trump’s second attorney general, who is today’s hero for ending the collusion hoax, has given the conspirators sanctuary on Russian interference by praising their efforts to uncover the plot that wasn’t.” https://amgreatness.com/2019/04/25/how-the-deep-state-russia-conspirators-may-escape/

    Unplug the popcorn machine, quit with the ‘backslapping’ and jerking each other off over every ‘effen’ evidentiary opine revelation that isn’t going to mean anything, once this is all swept under the carpet.

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  46. JD says:

    How can there be any silver of doubt left about why the American people, (those who love America), sent Donald Trump to the White House? Get out your broom Mr. President and clean the filth out of Washington. TRUMP 2020!

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  47. Bulldog84 says:

    When the IG informed Mueller of the Strzok/Page texts, Mueller must have soiled himself. He knew the investigation was dead.

    But because this is D.C., and because he’s a swamp creature at heart, he quietly let these two most careless schemers go, and kept the thing going, fleecing the taxpayer until he could figure out a way to shut it down that would save his face.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Bulldog, he did not figure a way to shut it down. Barr did.

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    • boomerbeth says:

      Bqrr shut it down as soon as he was confirmed. Mule-liiar had more the enough taxpayer funds to spend every afternoon at the local Saloon.

      He would have been fired, otherwise.

      Barr knows the SWAMP game, he plays it all his life:
      Spend other people’s money & appear due diligent as you do that.

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  48. Marcia says:

    I just e mailed President Trump stating that he has my full support and that I was very upset that the FBI, CIA and others attempted to take away my vote for him with this attempted “coup.”

    He needs to hear from us; it has to be really lonely for him knowing that even most members of the Republican Party are out to destroy him.

    I was a big admirer of President Reagan; however, Reagan never had to deal with anything quite like this. I am 71 years old so I lived through the Reagan years and remember how the media made fun of him; but nothing like what they have tried to do to President Trump.

    GOD bless this country and President Trump!

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  49. Mark L. says:

    Mueller interviewed 500 people. I guess that includes the guy dumping the trash.

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