August 20th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #943

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862 Responses to August 20th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #943

  1. dogsmaw says:

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  2. ilcon says:

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  3. ilcon says:

    Mental Midget @trudim.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. dogsmaw says:


  5. dogsmaw says:


  6. A2 says:

    ‘The Case Against Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib
    The preponderance of evidence.’

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Oh please! Please let it be true! Flores is the big problem, with that stupid thing out of the way we’d get illegal immigration under control right away.


  8. ilcon says:

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  9. dogsmaw says:


  10. dogsmaw says:


    • Scott says:

      Same ol’ Trump. Say something “outrageous,” getting people in a fury, then…nothing.

      3 day rule is alive and well.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      They always make it sound like the NRA is an entity with an agenda of its own, rather than what it actually is: the voice of tens of millions of law abiding citizen gun owners


  11. dufrst says:

    The three Rs! Russia, racism, and recession has made Lou Dobbs and he’s absolutely correct. That’s the Dems opposition to Trump in a nutshell and all will fail because all of it is a lie!


  12. dogsmaw says:


    • BitchyPants says:

      A family member I spoke to last week said that illegals roaming downtown San Antonio are trying to initiate fights in order to get arrested and get air conditioning, food and a place to sleep – they are saying it outright that they WANT to go to jail because it is so hot

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  13. dogsmaw says:


  14. CNN_sucks says:

    As it turns out, gislane photo was fake and doctored..where is she then?


  15. DJT2020 says:

    The guy that revealed google shifting millions of votes went off on both google and hillary in a tweetstorm a few hours ago. Here is the first one.


    • DJT2020 says:

      Rather than post them all and clog things up I recommend going to his feed and checking it out. You do not have to be on twitter just copy paste this url and scroll thru the feed

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Dr Epstein was brutally attacked on twitter by none other than Crooked Hillary herself yesterday. Dr Epstein, a lifelong Crooked Hillary supporter, was hurt, then became angry, and promised today’s tweetstorm.

      Crooked Hillary deserved everything Dr Epstein said, and more.

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  16. Turkish partner ties Flynn Intel to Russia and Israel

    While an intern for Congress, Alptekin watched Barney, President Bush’s dog.

    Ekim appointed Kian to his Board of Directors at Eclipse Aviation.

    They spent Christmas’ together.

    Ekim is a defendant in the ongoing criminal matter of Kian and Flynn.

    They also represented Ratio Oil Exploration of Israel.


  17. Tl Howard says:

    I’m having trouble understanding the evident kerfuffle with Denmark, which seems NOT to play in our POTUS’ favor. We went from not knowing if Trump was kidding about wanting to buy Greenland to his tweet which suggests he doesn’t want to go to his scheduled meeting with the PM of Denmark since she said Greenland was not for sale. WTH and why is it playing out on Twitter? I’d like to remind Pres. Trump that he can be “right” and still be perceived as petty and yeah, perception matters come Nov. of next year.


  18. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Not surprised.

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  19. OhNoYouDont says:

    RNC surpasses $20M for second straight month while online fundraising soars past 2016 level

    Receipts for July totaled $20.8 million, yielding $177.9 million for the cycle and $46.6 million in total cash on hand, the RNC reported on Tuesday. That figure is nearly double the $10.6 million raised in July of 2017 — the next-highest total in its history of off-year fundraising — and much larger than the $7.9 million the party raised in July of 2003.

    Although some polls have shown Trump losing to a slew of 2020 Democrats, the Democratic National Committee faced a steep disadvantage in resouces before the election. While it’s unclear how much the DNC raised in July, it raised $8.5 million in the previous month — less than half the Republicans’ total.

    On Tuesday, news surfaced that former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would hold an October fundraiser to support the party with tickets up to $50,000. After Clinton’s loss in 2016, the party was millions of dollars in debt and faced questions over how it should work to perform better in elections.


  20. shevee says:

    Joey B strikes again (lol)!

    Joe Biden remembers the late ’70s when Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King were assassinated— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 20, 2019


  21. Australian steelmaker BlueScope invests $1 billion in the US amid concerns of Australian energy prices
    Steelmaking giant BlueScope is investing in a $1 billion expansion in the United States, with energy costs one-third of those in Australia.
    They have announced a huge expansion to a key mill in the United States which has the benefit of lower energy costs.
    BlueScope CEO Mark Vassella tells Ross Greenwood he is concerned about the impact of energy prices.
    “We still face energy costs in this country that are too high.
    “The energy costs for our investment in North America are about a third of what we would pay in Australia.
    “We’ve got to have a situation where there is more suppliers of energy in Australia.”

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  22. islandpalmtrees says:

    Did Paul Ryan need the house turned over to Nancy Pelosi? Did the Gang-Of-Eight, less one need to cover- their trail? Were the Gang-Of-Eight, less one involved in the coup?

    Speaker Paul Ryan BLOCKED SUBPOENAS of Democrats the House should have been investigating in the Deep State coup against the duly elected president.


    President Donald Trump is not happy that former House Speaker Paul Ryan blocked subpoenas of people and entities Trump thinks the House GOP should have been investigating during the first two years of his administration.


  23. islandpalmtrees says:

    Did Paul Ryan need Nunes out of the way? What was the Gang-Of-Eight doing while Nunes was gone?

    Paul Ryan Sabotaged Nunes’ Deep State Investigation
    This entry was posted on Monday, January 14th, 2019 at 12:00 and is filed under Congress, Dan Bongino, Deep State, Donald Trump, Featured, News, Politics, Swamp Rats.

    Paul Ryan actually punished Devin Nunes(R-CA) for tipping-off President Trump about the deep-state spying on the Trump campaign that occurred in the last year of the Obama administration.

    he real truth came out when it was disclosed by Cleta Mitchell on Lou Dobbs’ show that Ryan punished(!) Nunes by putting him before the ethics committee, and that action stalled Nunes’ investigation for a year:

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      I think it is because Republican House rules (unlike Democrat House rules) require the person to step down while under ethics reviews. They really need to change that. After all, innocent until proven guilty. Right?


      • johnnyfandango says:

        Ryan is a Rat and the rat is moving back to DC to cash out and sell out the country and party.

        IF there was anyone in need of an ethics review it is that pencil necked geek, shifty Schiff.


    • Zorro says:

      Paulie NumNuts Ryano. American Zero.

      Liked by 3 people

  24. Perot Conservative says:


    CTH and Sundance correct.

    ““Look, when the yield curve moved around the pundit-ocracy got going, saying, ‘Here, this means a recessions coming,’” Moynihan told CNBC.”

    “However, the bank boss said this time the recessionary gauge may be influenced by a global market swirling in some $15 trillion in negative interest rates.” [CEO Moynihan]

    ““But if you actually think about it, there could be two reasons that the yield curve is moving around and you’re seeing that debate take hold,” he said.

    “Which in part is the flight to quality. 80 – 90% of all the yield in the world is available in the United States. So, the money comes flying here because you’re gonna give your money to someone — a thousand dollars — and they give you back less in 10 years ? Or you’re gonna give your money to someone — a thousand dollars — and they give you back more in 10 years?. And so, that’s why there’s a great debate about that,” the Bank of America CEO said.

    Moynihan said the debate about the U.S. economy’s trajectory comes down to the consumer.

    “And so in our customer base through this time Aug. 15 year to date, you’ve seen the amount spent by American consumers at Bank of America: $2 trillion,” he said.

    “It’s up 5.9% from last year through the same period of time. So, in [2017-18] you’re up about 8.5% and 2018-19 up 5.9%. So, think about that as $120 billion more spending by our consumers this year versus last year, which means the U.S. consumer continues to spend and that will keep the U.S. economy in good shape,” Moynihan explained.”


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