President Trump Extensive Phone Interview Discussing FISA Report Developments and Coup Effort…

Earlier this morning President Trump called in to Fox and Friends for an hour-long  interview about the breaking story of FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith manipulating FISA documents to gain surveillance on the 2016 Trump campaign.

President Trump notes the current trickle of information is only the beginning and the background story could be the biggest political scandal in modern U.S. history.  President Trump awaits the final reports showing the full scope of the investigations and the likelihood of FBI spying and surveillance on his campaign and administration.

Additionally, President Trump discusses the frustrating political agenda behind the Pelosi and Schiff partisan impeachment effort at great length.  WATCH:

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TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE HERE

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439 Responses to President Trump Extensive Phone Interview Discussing FISA Report Developments and Coup Effort…

  1. kokopuf says:

    57 minutes of pure President Trump! What a way to start my day!

    Liked by 41 people

  2. Nigella says:

    God bless and keep him

    Liked by 24 people

  3. Dewayne L. Morgan says:

    Did anyone catch the question about the whistleblower (LEAKER)? PDJT told Steve Doocy several times that Steve knew/Knows the whistleblowers name. So now we do know that it is in fact Eric C.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Maybe I’m reading too much into it, but Trump might also
      be letting Doocy know that he knows which media persons
      have been let into the leaks. Again, maybe reading too far
      into it, because your Average Joe has been uttering Eric
      C’s name for a month now. The media claims they don’t
      know because they’re following the You Tube example
      of suppression.

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  4. Mike Robinson says:

    Will a transcript or summary article please soon be forthcoming here?

    Trump’s lawyers are going to have to go on the offensive in front of the SCOTUS in order to permanently stop Schiff and Pelosi. What they are attempting is a textbook Bill of Attainder to unlawfully “find” high crimes that don’t exist. Our Constitution forbids them … twice.

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    • Zy says:

      I have read your posts on attainder. They make great sense but we don’t hear a peep about it. Maybe the President’s team feels it needs to be saved for the Senate trial.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Mike in a Truck says:

      A trial in the Senate will be the end of the Communist Democrat Party. POTUS’s lawyers can call anyone to testify under oath. Nail them ALL to the cross Mr.President.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Bogeyfree says:

        Not true, McConnell and Schumer must AGREE on the witness list and the rules of the Senate trial.

        Look for ruling that keeps the trial focused ONLY on the call and those involved. Containment is going to be their strategy to tie PT’s hands.

        He really needs to fight this NOW in the SC BEFORE it gets to the Senate where far to many Brutus’s wait.

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        • Andy Krause says:

          I read the actual rule. Here it is from the Judiciary Committee Rules.
          “The Chairman of the Committee, with the agreement of the Ranking Member or by a vote of the Committee, may subpoena the attendance of a witness at a Committee or Subcommittee hearing or Committee deposition, or the production of memoranda, documents, records, or any other materials. Any such subpoena shall be issued upon the signature of the Chairman or any other Member of the Committee designated by the Chairman. ”

          As it states the a witness can be called by a vote of the committee. The Republicans have the majority and can vote any witness they want. Schumer’s agreement is not required.

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        • Sgt Stryker says:

          Not true…
          Simple majority decides Senate impeach rules.

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          • MustangBlues says:

            ”’Reply
            Sgt Stryker says:
            November 22, 2019 at 12:23 pm
            Not true…
            Simple majority decides Senate impeach rules.”

            You are objecting to a quoted reference from a poster; where is your reference citation for your assertion?

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      • Fred Ward says:

        Schiff may have to re-open the hearings to allow Republicans to call witnesses. McCarthy, I believe, cited a rule requiring the minority a day to call witnesses and filed a letter of protest.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Yesterday, there was a story that Nunes found the rule, but frankly, I’ve heard nothing more about this.

          IMO, the Dems already broke the spirit of the rules of the House when Nancy re-wrote everything, abolishing history in the process.

          If I’m the House GOP, I tell the majority, “We are scheduling a hearing. We are calling witnesses. You are invited to watch AND to ask questions. If you block us from using the House chambers from doing so, we’ll simply call the hearing elsewhere and invite the media and the American people to listen to the witnesses. ”

          Done.

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      • Kenji says:

        … where Romney will pull his best John McCain imitation.

        I literally HATE every single one of you Utahans who voted for this man … just because he was YOUR KIND of a highly placed Mormon. You HAD an excellent option in the good Doctor … and you chose this evildoer Romney instead … cold anger

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        • COlibertybelle says:

          I am not from Utah but I do belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I am just as outraged about Romney as you are – so are a lot of my friends who are members. I tend to believe, however, that Romney’s henchmen stole the vote just like what happened in 2012 with other candidates. That kind of s–t happens on BOTH sides of the aisle. Not an excuse, just an observation.

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    • DSP2 says:

      You have hit the nail on the head. Your exact point is what is happening and Trump’s lawyers have to point this out to the House and Senate to put a stop to the sham. Thank you!!!!

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  5. FofBW says:

    PT just held a rally on Fox and Friends

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  6. wildsailor2018 says:

    Bring it on Mr. President…”I want some butts….”

    Liked by 6 people

  7. dawg says:

    The way I see it, there were two parallel track going on that the Dems are purposely conflating:

    1. Rudy Giuliani, as PTs personal lawyer, had started investigating Ukraine way back while the Mueller investigation was still going on. Rudy was doing his job to defend his client against ALL THAT.

    2. Meanwhile, Ukraine gets a whole new gov’t, so the normal process of getting some assurance of anti-corruption efforts by the recipient as a condition of foreign aid, WHICH IS REQUIRED BY LAW, is ongoing.

    The narrative is conflating the two situations and combining them by saying Trump was using his personal lawyer and so was doing it ALL for personal reasons.

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  8. Zy says:

    Will we be sitting here next year this time with the Republic intact or will we be under totalitarian Democommunism?

    Liked by 8 people

  9. cheryl says:

    Is it really possible that President Trump only has an opinions about how bad the IG report is going to be and he doesn’t have first-hand knowledge? CNN says that a low-level lawyer did something but all is ok in the end about the phony FISA warrants.

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  10. 6x47 says:

    It’s evident the coup plotters began inserting “quid pro quo” into Ukrainian diplomacy totally out of left field as a setup for the current impeachment inquiry.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      No, they were trying to use it to obstruct justice. Just like the Mueller investigation delayed justice in the matter of intelligence community spying on a Presidential campaign, the Ukraine impeachment investigation was intended to delay justice in the matter of wanton corruption in Ukraine involving prominent Democrats.

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      • Ellis says:

        “they were trying to use it to obstruct justice”

        This. Quid pro quo is latin for basic diplomacy.

        Nothing was ever illegal, the trick is to have the media frame it that way and then get the president to “obstruct justice”. Releasing the transcript of the call destroyed that play.

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    • ann says:

      And, in fact, quid pro quo is an inherent part of NORMAL relationships.with foreign governments. POTUS did nothing sinful, the opposite is true, CoC is responsible for ensuring staff met a due diligence standard,

      Contrast the President’s conduct with Bureau DoJ Command Chain,, cowardly sneaks who plead ignorance, lack of intent, “mistakes were made”. They own it.

      Now we must demand ACTION & incontrovertible PROOF of restructural reform, organisational firewalls, firedampers and restoration of a separate coeequal agency dedicated to internal investigations & oversight.
      The OLC is a revolving door for Lawfare rats.

      Baker, Yates designed and authorised an unconstitutional policy, that massively expanded the purview of OLC,

      Ditto, NO MORE Executive & interagency FINKS endowed with concentration of power ,“intersectionality”. Ie Susan Rice , etc.

      Tin pot blackmailing Despots got away with superseding Congressional & outside oversight.

      Likewise, that DOJ “Catch 22 “ prefab auto immunity for Corrupted Club Members by requiring indictments funnel into DIRTY prosecutors and TAINTED districts. MUST BE NULLIFIED.

      If all this is evident to me, a non attorney , it surely is clear to those entrusted with our justice and Nat sec.

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    • dignity316 says:

      I think you are correct. Also, I think POTUS got wind of it as Sondlands phone call was a trap. Sondland asked POTUS what he wanted during the phone call and he specifically said he wanted nothing and stated no (used in his answer) “quid pro quo”.

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  11. dufrst says:

    God bless this man! Amazing the fortitude and the determination that we have in Donald J. Trump! The famous John Paul Jones (JPJ) quote comes to mind when I hear from President Trump. “I have just begun to fight!” – JPJ

    Trump has just begun to fight. He said it and live up to it, that if you hit, he will hit you back 10 times harder! Bring it on! Senate trial if you dare Dems? Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it and more!

    I think the Dems at some point, seeing the bleeding from the polls will have to find a way out. I think they do the impeachment inquiry in judiciary. They will subpoena Mulvaney and Bolton (watch out for him) and see what comes from that, but they have to allow the president to cross examine them if it’s to be a legitimate process, which it has to be to pass Supreme Court scrutiny. Then we’ll see.

    I think in the end, they won’t be able to get the votes for impeachment they want (many defections to pass it), because Biden will not want his son called up in the Senate, where Giuliani can unleash his evidence on him. If the Dems wanted Biden to be their nominee (I believe they do and it’s why they are doing all this crap), there’s no way they allow it to go to the Senate. I think, they will fail on impeachment, but settle on censure, which will garner the big votes they want. An impeachment vote, if that passes, will pass with the fewest number of votes in history and there will be a big bipartisan vote against it, unless Pelosi is really determined to drive her party off the cliff and insist on a complete vote for impeachment. However, because of the that NJ Dem who voted against and who now is looking pretty smart, I think it will be very difficult for Pelosi to keep her caucus united in complete support of impeachment. I think she will lose much more than two votes from before when the real impeachment vote comes up. So much so, that I think, she will pull it (for the good of the country) and go for censure. That is if she’s smart! We’ll see!

    The polls are already showing this thing is going off the rails for the Dems. They need a way out. Censuring the president might be it to avoid a Senate trial that reveals the whistleblower and Hunter Biden. Remember the access Hollywood tape? Seemed like a sure thing for Hillary! Trump turned that around by parading Bill Clinton’s past indiscretions and Trump went on to defeating Hillary in an electoral college landslide. It will be worse for them Dems with the impeachment if they go through with it!

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    • Sporty says:

      Do the Progs actually think the President doesn’t know what they are doing and what is in their closets? It’s truly mystifying to watch it play out.

      Liked by 8 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        They’ve never had anybody fight back. Certainly not to this level and with this vigor. They were so used to getting their way, making R’s buckle and give in, that they never had to up their game. Learn how to cover their tracks, be careful, and most importantly execute (could you imagine a Trump version of Benjamin Wittes allowing idiots like Pelosi, Schiff, and Nadler to execute his well-laid perfect plan to take down a formidable enemy?) Trump had fifty years dealing with hostile governments, criminals, and media on a daily basis. Practice literally makes perfect.

        Trump is a builder. Being a construction manager is a great way to learn how to multitask. Only those who have done it or seen it done knows how complicated it can be trying to plan and execute a major building project juggling engineers, bureaucrats, hiring men, purchasing and delivery of of materials, and planning for acts of God all at the same time while keeping the money flowing in and trying not to go broke. It keeps one mentally nimble and teaches one how to be creative and how to improvise.

        I can’t imagine any other Republican politician, scarcely any man or woman, who would have soldiered on like this. Even Reagan did not push back nearly as hard. The closest thing in my lifetime to him is Maggie Thatcher. Or Lech Walesa (he had a different although in some ways much harder job). Both of whom had to fight back against a government and media establishment determined to take them down.

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    • madeline says:

      If they censure could PDT demand a trial in the Senate? I believe the Senate does not want a trial it could expose many republicans as well. After all how many pics have we seen over the years of Mccain and Miss Lindsay in Ukraine?

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        Censuring is knuckle rapping. Over and done. I doubt there’s any recourse other than taking back the House in 2020 and reversing the censure.

        Censure won’t satisfy the howling maniacs raving for Trump’s head. Pelosi would certainly lose her job as Speaker. Besides, there’s that little matter of the Burisma investigations that she has to stop by fair means or foul. They won’t censure. They’ll impeach and then try to get a conviction. Which would mean the war’s begun.

        DELENDA EST BIDEN!

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    • Nowut Ameen says:

      The Word of the Day is “Censure”. This would not satisfy the Dems insane base, and would not pacify Trump. It is a verdict without a trial.

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      • dufrst says:

        The risk to the Dems is that the trial will expose Biden. They have to weigh that against their inane base that wants to get back at Trump for winning in 2016. The trial could end up boomeranging on them in ways they can’t foresee, but I can see it leading to another landslide victory for the Trump and the GOP.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Another applicable JPJ quote re: POTUS that a friend has embedded in their signature block.

      “I wish to have no connection with any ship that does not sail fast for I intend to go into harm’s way”

      John Paul Jones
      Nov 1778

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      • NC Patriot says:

        Jones ALSO said ” Dam* the torpedoes—–full speed ahead”——which is more like POTUS.

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        • jrtsir says:

          Great quote! That wasn’t John Paul Jones however. “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!”, was actually a famous order issued by Admiral David Farragut during the Battle of Mobile Bay, during the Civil War

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  12. Dewayne L. Morgan says:

    PDJT told Steve D. during that Steve D. does in fact know the name of the Leaker/ Whistleblower. Steve D. backtracked several times, PDJT reiterated several times. So, we now have somewhat of a confirmation that it is Eric.C.

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  13. Athena the Warrior says:

    The Lefty blue check marks on the blue birdie are in panic mode about Crowdstrike being exposed for their role in the 2016 election along with Ukraine. They’re all screaming lies and conspiracy theories again.

    Too late. The Schiff Show has proven that the Dems are simply out to hide their crimes and stop PDJT.

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  14. nuwildcat1977 says:

    We are fortunate to have such a strong willed president like Donald Trump fight for us in the midst of all this nonsense. This morning, I sent my congressman (a Dem) a note thoughtfully expressing outrage over the impeachment charade and how it is holding up the people’s business. In particular, I mentioned Pelosi’s comment yesterday where she said that Congress may not have enough time to pass USMCA this year. I told him that this bill would keep our economy on a growth trajectory and how disgusting it is for USMCA to take a back seat to their impeachment stunt. I encourage everyone to reach out to their representative in Congress…it is public opinion that drives their decisions and if they hear from enough of us, good things will happen.

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  15. dufrst says:

    What’s up with this guy?

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    • dufrst says:

      A NeoCon yes, but I thought he somehow was the NeoCon that was not NeverTrump. I guess not. He will be subpoenaed by House Judiciary, so maybe this is at trap for them to get their hopes up? I just don’t see Bolton being a rat for the Dems, but stranger things have happened and if there’s this crazy GOPe/NeverTrump plot to get Trump removed in order to field a Pence/Haley ticket in 2020, then I guess any is possible.

      Something to watch…

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Bolton is for Bolton, period. All of DC is that way. He wants to make sure that his days of being employed by a POTUS are not numbered. Killing Trump is a way to ingratiate himself to future GOPe candidates and Presidents. Plus, he has a book deal.

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        • Pedro Morales says:

          Bolton is irrelevant folks. Fear not. If he had the goods, he would have been activated earlier. If he comes out of the woodwork now, no one believes him anyway. We have the call. Plus, he would have to explain why he never went to anyone to complain. Why didn’t he tell anyone else? Why didnt Bolton go to lawfare or Schiff. Why didnt he tell his underlings? The Deep State would have used Bolton as the final witness if he had it. We all know Trump was leveraging the Ukraine, but it wasn’t corrupt or illegal. So what does Bolton say? Bolton was sidelined at this point and was not sitting at the big table. Trump went thru Rudy on this deal. Rudy is the only one who had a direct talk with potus about this. “Talk to Rudy” meant just that. Potus kept his hands off of it. Rudy handled it. Bolton only has heresay too. “Whatever drug deal Rudy has going” meant that he was not involved and never had a direct meeting with anyone except Rudy. Rudy aint talking folks. He is Trumps wartime consigliere
          Bolton- The President wanted the Ukraine to investigate the Bidens.
          POTUS- Nope. I wanted the Ukraines to investigate corruption of all types, regardless of who was involved.

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    • James F says:

      Click bait and book deals is all he has left.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      It seemed to me Bolton was sending Kilmead questions to ask POTUS while on the air.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Jim in TN says:

      Usually, people in any walk of life, who attempt to return to the public spotlight, by saying ‘stay tuned’, or some similar phrase, are trying to sell something.

      Just saying.

      Liked by 4 people

    • joshashland says:

      Marie Yovanovitch, Bolton go back a ways. I think Bolton’s been upset since he was left out of Korea talks. That’s before he was let go. Been waiting for Bolton to come out from behind the curtain .

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Bolton likes a strong overseas American military presence and PT wants to bring the troops home.

      So with that background what do you think Mr. Bolton is going to say??

      The Globalist have there opportunity right now to take PT out of office and be done with him as they can not afford him for 5 more years and definitely can’t afford him to expose all the Ukraine money laundering.

      IMO Mr. Bolton will be the “surprise” Senate witness and IMO it will not be favorable to the President.

      Another reason IMO PT should fight this fraudulent impeachment at the Supreme Court BEFORE it gets to the Senate as the Senate IMO is already a done deal, they just need and are awaiting the hand off.

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      • butch cassidy says:

        You think Trump didn’t know who Bolton was when he brought him aboard? You don’t think Trump was very careful about what he let Bolton in on? Bolton is a “friends close enemy closer” type of guy. Bolton was brought aboard to appease the neo cons like Graham and company.Bolton’s got nothing. Remember Trump has been hemming and hawing about Bolton from day one, he was never totally sold on him and I can’t believe he would put Bolton in a position to take him down.

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      • Mike Robinson says:

        We need to fight back “officially” at the core foundations of this: at what the House is fundamentally doing, which is a textbook Writ of Attainder. No President nor any other Officer – particularly Justices – should face being accused of and potentially impeached for “crimes” that don’t exist in the legal system. Attainder is a terrible thing in history and our nation was architected to forbid it. Yet that’s exactly how the House plans to proceed.

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  16. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Peggy Noonan Reminds Us WHY TRUMP WON

    Three years after outsider Donald Trump blew up the political world with his implausible victory over the consummate insider, Hillary Clinton, many establishment Republicans still don’t get it. From their elite cocoon, they continue to indulge the hauteur that put off ordinary voters who had grown tired of a fossilized political class that serially ignored their interests, and seemed more concerned with their own insider perks and privilege rather than in repairing the damage that decades of bipartisan progressive technocracy had inflicted on the Constitutional order.
    The grande dame of the disgruntled NeverTrump Republicans has been the Wall Street Journal’s Peggy Noonan, whose columns on Trump usually sound like a mash-up of the prescriptions of Emily Post and a snobbery redolent of Lady Violet Crawley from Downton Abbey.

    As typical of a Noonan column, she starts with some sly preening of her insider-status as a wise political guru: “A young foreign-affairs professional asked last week if the coming impeachment didn’t feel like Watergate.” Unlike hoi polloi, Noonan knows “foreign-affairs professionals,” and they seek her out for her wisdom.
    We see here the NeverTrumper’s fundamental error: prizing sizzle over steak, words over deeds, appearance over reality. The current House hearings are yet another Democrat political stunt, made up of witnesses who are recycling office gossip with varying degrees of separation from the originals, the contents of which are mainly subjective opinions or feelings that have no relevance for establishing facts.

    Consider this example from the testimony of acting ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor–– which the mainstream press hyped as a “bombshell,” and whom Noonan praises as an exemplar of professionalism––as summarized by David Marcus in the New York Post: “He said David Holmes, a counselor for political affairs at the US embassy in Kiev, told him that he had overheard a phone conversation between Ambassador Gordon Sondland and President Trump.” In what courtroom other than the old Soviet Union or Cuba today would this twice-removed hearsay be admitted?

    Noonan’s focus on her subjective disapproval of the Republicans’ unmannerly response to what is in effect an illiberal political show trial, replete with secret hearings, leaks to the press, and pre-coaching of witnesses, ignores the substantive consistency of the Democrats’ despicable and desperate attempts to invalidate the results of an election and disenfranchise 63 million American voters.

    Noonan goes on to expand on her elevation of “professionalism” by giving us the res gestae of acting ambassador William Taylor, consisting mainly of his military record. She also singled out George P. Kent, highlighting his degrees from Johns Hopkins and Harvard, and his 27 years in foreign service. Again, the NeverTrump preference for sizzle over steak, evident in Noonan’s “They seemed [N.B.] to have capability and integrity.” Why? The right credentials––military service and Ivy League degrees–– are assumed to bespeak achievements benefitting the American people, just as a polished delivery suggests “integrity.”
    Indeed, when it comes to foreign affairs, generations of highly credentialed foreign policy mandarins have not compiled a record that would suggest those credentials contribute to success. The two most consequential failures include misreading the Iranian Revolution as an anticolonial bid for freedom and popular sovereignty, rather than a religious revolution aimed at creating an Islamic theocracy; and failing to foresee and thus prepare for the collapse of the Soviet Union, something that was unthinkable to the big brains of our foreign policy establishment.

    This from an article by Bruce Thornton over at FrontpageMag today:

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2019/11/peggy-noonan-reminds-us-why-trump-won-bruce-thornton/

    Now regarding the 3 journ0lists, talk show hosts, who spoke with the President this morning, be advised that they had likely been given certain DeepState questions to ask him; and that’s why they were constantly interrupting him and changing the subject.

    ~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~~

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    • numbersixdance says:

      I wouldn’t seek out Peggy Noonan’s opinions for anything. I’m tired of her know it all, hand wringing, please like me drama. Female version of Chris Wallace. Unfortunate, her book on Reagan years ago was very good.

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    • Lulu says:

      Peggy voted for obama twice and hillary once yet claims to be a Republican.

      Peggy is divorced and has only one child yet claims to be a Catholic.

      Peggy was one of dozens of Reagan speech writers yet presents herself as his one and only speech writer and a top adviser.

      Peggy is a liar and a hack.

      A good rule of thumb is if Peggy supports a particular politician that politician is at least corrupt if not also incompetent.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Noonan came across as a snob when the Bushes were in office.

        She reminds me of the connected persons you read about in the
        paper, and are supposed to admire. The ones that show up in
        evening gowns, dripping in jewelry to attend:

        “The Poor People’s invitational Cotillion”.

        Her type ended in relevance around the time JFK died.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Voted for Obama twice, huh? I wonder why Child McCain doesn’t excoriate Noonan on that show on which she sits on a “panel.”

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        • Tl Howard says:

          BTW, Noonan is a good writer, capable of beautiful prose (for writing about politics, that is.)
          She’s a country club republican who fancies herself able to understand the little people. LOL.

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    • Zy says:

      I’ve seen many arguments by libs that degrees are the end and be all. People living in reality know life accomplishments can only start the day after graduation. Of course there are also many people who have huge success worth no degree at all.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        While I was in school I worked at a hotel, near the airport.
        Ran flight crews and travelers back and forth between the
        terminal and the hotel.

        We had a training center at the hotel, for NCR. Had many
        persons come into town to get training on their tech products.

        Many were in town for 3-4 days. The companies that brought
        them in ran up huge tabs, all tax deductible at the time. I noticed
        one thing rapidly. The top level executives were generally easy
        to deal with, and polite to the hired help.

        The younger, fresh out of college lower levels were the exact
        opposite. Rude, arrogant, overbearing, and beyond entitled.
        Would make requests for us to take them into town to go to
        illegal after hours bars. We weren’t allowed to leave the airport
        grounds, except to purchase gas for the vans and wagons.
        When we refused to do their bidding they’d get hostile, and try
        to pull rank.

        Which made me always think one thing:

        “This idiot never has held any type of job until he got his college
        diploma.”

        For those who have kids in high school reading this: put them to
        work before they graduate. Otherwise, you have a monster in
        making.

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  17. Mike in AZ says:

    President TRUMP, please do this EVERYDAY. Call into FOX & friends and directly give them 1 hour of your day and cut all other Fake News outlets.

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  18. Just pushing along Paul Sperry’s tweeted list of 31 Dem Congresspeople in Trump 2016 districts, Congress’ switchboard is (202) 224-3121.

    For the record, as of this morning neither Va Congresswomen Luria nor Spanberger has made a determination at this time. When pressed, both offices did concede that they were strongly leaning towards flat tires and/or inclement weather on the day of the vote. (Note: The first statement is definitely true. The second may not be.)

    Tom O’Halleran (D-Ariz.)
    Lucy McBath’s (D-Ga.)
    Lauren Underwood (D-Ill.)
    Cheri Bustos (D-Ill.)
    Abby Finkenauer (D-Iowa)
    Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa)
    Cindy Axne’s (D-Iowa)
    Jared Golden (D-Maine)
    Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.)
    Haley Stevens (D-Mich.)
    Angie Craig (D-Minn.)
    Collin Peterson (D-Minn.)
    Susie Lee’s (D-Nev.)
    Chris Pappas’s (D-N.H.)
    Jefferson Van Drew (D-N.J.)
    Andy Kim (D-N.J.)
    Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.)
    Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.)
    Xochitl Torres Small (D-N.M.)
    Max Rose (D-N.Y.)
    Sean Patrick Maloney (D-N.Y.)
    Antonio Delgado (D-N.Y.)
    Anthony Brindisi (D-N.Y.)
    Kendra Horn(D-Okla.)
    Matt Cartwright (D-Pa.)
    Conor Lamb (D-Pa.)
    Joe Cunningham (D-S.C.)
    Ben McAdams (D-Utah)
    Elaine Luria’s (D-Va.)
    Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.)
    Ron Kind (D-Wis.)

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    • David Mitchell says:

      A direct snail mail mailer from the POTUS campaign, followed up a few days later with an email to each Republican and Independent voter for which the campaign has an address urging them to remind their representative that POTUS carried their district in 2016 could be helpful…maybe there is not much chance to derail this train wreck (a self contradictory yet appropriate metaphor), but sets a data point in the minds of the voters to be remembered in Nov 2020…

      I am Luria’s district and I am gonna raise holy hell myself…

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      • I’m in Swampland No Va, David. The way this state has swung All Blue is remarkable and awful grim. Luria’s staffer was pretty informal. Spanberger’s staffer was clearly reading from a cue-card…these are very serious allegations…the Congresswoman’s key concern is natl secuity lol…but again, neither has finalized a determination. Give ’em hell!

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    • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

      I’m in Cheri Bustos’ district, and at this writing, there is not a viable alternative running against her……..in either party. She’ll get re-elected REGARDLESS of how she votes. So, I’m skeptical that these congresscritters are at risk if they vote for impeachment.

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      • gda53 says:

        These 31 have been repeated ad infinitum. I’m more interested in the districts where the Dims won by less than (say) 10%.

        How many of them are there? Are we not targeting them? If so, why not.

        63+M voted for PDJT, and I am pretty sure only a handful of them won’t vote the same way in 2020. But there will be millions more in 2020.

        What about the millions who just couldn’t pull the trigger in 2016, but having seen the amazing results, now have a great reason(s) to vote to MAGA?

        More focus on them, please.

        Why do I get the feeling that Brad Parscale is working quietly away targeting these exact districts?

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    • Andy Krause says:

      I just wrote to Lauren Underwood. If she votes to continue these hearings she will lose the next election. If you have someone on the list, please write them.

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    • Coco Mama says:

      If Trump wants the impeachment trial in the Senate, he can allow House Republican Representatives to vote yes on impeachment. Their reasons can be publicized to help Trump drain the swamp. I cannot even imagine this but I do recognize the possibility.
      Can you imagine Nunez, Jordan, Stefanik, etc. doing this? Takes by breath away.

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      • Andy Krause says:

        The house has a Democratic majority. They do not need any Republican votes for impeachment. They started the inquiry with no Republican voting for it. So I really can’t imagine that at all.

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    • deepdivemaga says:

      Thank you for posting.

      I would suggest that this list needs to be spread far and wide EVERY SINGLE DAY until the House hold their impeachment vote.

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  19. hokkoda says:

    “President Trump awaits the final reports showing the full scope of the investigations and the likelihood of FBI spying and surveillance on his campaign and administration.”

    Trump has already been briefed in detail. He’s just playing coy by saying “I’m not involved.” It is likely that he is not involved in the sense that he gets told everything but says nothing. He was not vague or coy at all…he was very direct that more is coming and said, “This is just the beginning.” He also dropped that after the IG Report comes out, Durham will have something “very soon after”. That suggests they are using the IG Report as political cover for Durham. It will be MUCH harder to claim Durham has politicized this if the Obama IG reports a great many disturbing details and sends off a few meaty criminal referrals. Falsifying details in a FISA application and then trying to cover it up is definitely in my category of “meaty”…as opposed to the usual “lack of candor” crap.

    I trust my inner cynic when it comes to the Government Party. I full expect the IG to say there are just some policies and procedures to tighten up, maybe some computer-based-training modules need updating, that sort of thing.

    But I am more than happy to be pleasantly surprised.

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    • hokkoda says:

      Also, in the interview Trump brings up Susan Rice who had no business reviewing FISA reports…and he described it as an enormous number of reports she was getting.

      I wonder if she was the conduit to Obama? I always assumed she was in on it, but I wonder when Trump says this went all the way to the top (Obama), if she was actually the clearinghouse for the spying in the Trump campaign…

      Hence her “by the book” email on her last day of work..,

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  20. If the goofy Repubs would put up a HALFWAY DECENT CANDIDATE Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) is EXTREMELY VULNERABLE. Up till just a few years ago our District was sold Red Republican. But the corrupt, incompetents who run the party up here lost it to a lightweight like Sean Patrick.
    Too bad there’s no way Elise Stefanik could run for SENATE! I hope that’s in her future plans some day.

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  21. Our Greatest President ever. Musta watched GoT..
    He wants a Senate Trail
    A Trail By Combat ….

    We are going to need MOR Popcorn.. A lifetime Supply of it..
    This is gonna get good!!
    I SOOOO wanna to see Chitty Shifty & Negative (denture Sucking), Nancy & the Do nothing DemoRats to GO DOWN with the Chit, whoops I mean Ship..
    Al-La like the Titanic..

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  22. Bogeyfree says:

    It’s a shame that the President has trusted and still trusts so many, many people who have and will betray his trust while they are smiling and talking with him.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Isn’t that the truth. Supporters, hangers on, regular Republicans, RINOs, Generals, other military, civil servants, Congress, news reporters, embedded Obama sycophants, have all betrayed this President, stabbing him or his family in the back while smiling to his face.

      And yet he still marches forward doing great things for us.

      How can any outsider find thousands of appointees to help run government without being mowed down by this buzzsaw of betrayal?

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    • Roger Duroid says:

      Like Pence – I no longer trust him at all – he just wants his name in the history books as prez, even if for 1 day. I hope at some point next year when this crappola is over, that PDJT, gets a real bulldog as VP candidate after pence decides he needs to spend more time with his family.

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      • Bogeyfree says:

        My guess is PT is being told that Haley is coming back in case Pompeo runs for Senate and she will be available to become your SOS.

        When IMO the plan is she will be Pence’s VP after the Globalists and 20 RINOS vote PT out of office in March thus the need for the Super PAC and access to MAGA list today 5 years before 2024.

        Notice we also have the return of Sessions and now Bolton.

        IMO They are circling the wagons and the ultimate nail in the coffin is coming first from the IG milk toast Report then no indictments from the DOJ as PT is led into the Senate.

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  23. Paul says:

    PDJT has planned strategically this moment since Nov. 2019 to prosecute the Coup/Criminals for framing the President of criminal acts that they actually did and to reverse the will of the American People.

    PDJT strategically/courageously planned and “used the time” that the Coup/Criminal/Globalist tried to destroy the President for the past 3-years, to allow the criminals to destroy themselves by creating additional mountains of paper/digital trails of Evidence with new mountains of testimonies, creating easy prosecutions, perjury charges and plea deals (Also educating all of us etc.).

    The perfect stage we see today for easy prosecutions; did not happen by accident. (PDJT Plan)

    Durham investigating of criminal acts will be easy to prosecute; the coup/criminals/globalist thought Hillary would win. They acted extremely sloppy, openly and with boldness leaving mountains of paper/digital trails of evidence that will destroy them all.

    PDJT 3-years of “Acknowledgement” of seeing corruption along with the American People guarantees PDJT will do his duty (has no other options) to the Constitution and the American People by implementing the Criminal Codes to destroy the Coup/Criminals/Globalist to save the Rule of Law, Constitution and our way of life.

    Barr and Durham knows they must implement PDJT plan of Justice or they will be eliminated and PDJT will directly manage the FBI/DOJ. (Barr Interview with PDJT before accepting the position).

    PDJT will be known throughout history of saving the United States by implementing the criminal codes to destroy the Coup/Criminals/Globalist.

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    • Nicole says:

      Paul you are correct; PDJT is 100% responsible for what is about to happen.

      PDJT for political reason and other obvious reasons gave the appearance of an arms-length approach; but this was not reality, PDJT knows to save himself, his family, the Constitution and the American People he had to do his duty of implementing Justice.

      PDJT will do his extraordinary/unimaginable duty if Barr/Durham betrayed their duty to the President and the American People. PDJT has many paths to implement Justice; powers given to the President by the Constitution.

      PDJT has educated the American People of the Globalist Plan to convert the U.S. to a 3rd world country.

      Everyone involved in the Coup has perjured themselves over the last 3-years to easily be convicted of perjury. All combined would equal at least 1,000 years…

      PDJT knows the only way to save the United States Constitution is by saving the Rule of Law; implementing PDJT 3-year plan of implementing Justice.

      PDJT through the Rule of Law now has a way to drill deep into the deep state.

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      • Paul says:

        Watching PDJT build his 500 entities throughout his life and strategically won major Business Battles that most business people would not have survived; it was easy to see his plan during his campaign through today by all the hints/clues given to the American People added to the key word “Acknowledgment” by the President of criminal acts for the past 3-years, made PDJT duty-bound to implement Justice or he would be as guilty as the criminals.

        Most people went into panic mode during the attacks of the coup/criminals for the past 3-years, going negative, instead of seeing what PDJT was strategically doing; PDJT wanted the Coup/Criminals to continue the attacks through today, they clearly revealed themselves to the American People and destroyed themselves.

        PDJT is one of those few Brilliant/Courageous Great Leaders; George Washington fought a 6 year Revolutionary War, losing many battles but never lost sight of winning the war. PDJT has been fighting a Legal Civil War for 3-years now; marching forward never losing sight, of the only way to win this War, by launching the nuclear criminal codes that are written.

        The choice is very clear today; support PDJT and the implementing of criminal codes or accept living under a Globalist Constitution and the U.S. becoming a 3rd world country.

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        • Nicole says:

          PDJT should “triple” his security at this point in time.

          There are trillions of dollars on the table, power, egos, prison time for criminals/coup and the loser of this civil war will disappear forever.

          Pray for PDJT Health and Safety.

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    • Nicole says:

      Paul…I believe you meant to say Nov. 2016 Not; PDJT has planned strategically this moment since Nov. 2019

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  24. Listen: I *know* Trump-speak. His repeated dropping of the phrase “This goes straight to the top” is a CLEAR message that there’s hard evidence that Obama had his spindly little girly-legs TOTALLY immersed in the spying operation against Trump — if not even evidence that he was the originator of the illegal initiative.

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  25. Anon says:

    Thank you for posting!

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  26. dufrst says:

    The polls are showing independents moving to the President because of this impeachment. This past week has been a disaster for the Dems. There’s no sugar coating that. Independent voters see this for what it is and a forced impeachment vote, where you have a big bipartisan vote against, will only guarantee that president will win the Senate vote with complete GOP support and that the Dems will lose the House in 2020!

    Why? Because the 31 or so Dems that have seats in districts that Trump won big in 2016 know that the independent voters are ultimately the ones that will decide their fate. The recent polling from Gallup, Emerson, and that Wisconsin poll, all are showing independent voters are rallying to the President. Not good for them! That will make them turn on impeachment and demand Pelosi allow them to vote against it, which means a big bipartisan vote against. This bipartisan vote against impeachment isolates Pelosi as a radical partisan and gives moderate GOP Senators like Susan Collins, etc, cover to vote against removal in Senate.

    The push for impeachment was supposed to get the GOP in the Senate to turn on Trump. That’s not happening with this polling news. The hearings in the House intelligence committee was a fiasco. Undoubtedly, the House judiciary committee will not fair any better (Jim Jordan is there too!). And the Senate trial will be far worse because the president will control it and have complete subpoena and cross examination power!

    So, it’s not going to happen in my opinion. The Dems may think Trump is calling their bluff and may think its bombast on his part in saying he wants a Senate trial, but we who know our lion, Donald J, Trump, knows he does not bluff! He will light the zippo and blow this whole thing up if they force his hand!

    Again, I reference that Access Hollywood situation. Trump did what no GOP politician would have ever done. The Dems thought he would react like any other GOP politician when faced with scandal and condemnation from his side, that is to drop out of the race in shame (remember Herman Cain? And other examples). Instead, Trump apologized and then went on offense and trotted out all of Bill Clinton’s greatest hits and brought them to the debate! It was glorious! He went on to win the election for us big! The Dems thought doing this impeachment and getting some weak GOPers in the Senate, that Trump would do what Nixon did, resign for the good of the country. They still have not learned that Trump is not wired like the typical GOP politician. He will fight and he will subpoena Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, the whistleblower, all of the folks in FBI, CIA, etc involved in the 2016 Democrat election interference and spying on his campaign to clear his name!

    Do you think the Dems want to go there? I think it ends up being a vote to censure the president because an impeachment vote that fails in the Senate to remove the president or have Trump resign, ends up being the same thing, a historical mark on the president of no real significance ala Bill Clinton. The difference is with a censure, you avoid the Senate trial controlled by Trump and all that he will do to clear his name and win. Also, you avoid exposing your 31 Dems, in districts Trump won, being tied to a big fiasco where the Speaker has isolated herself as a leftist partisan with a failed impeachment outcome. Right now, the Dems are on the ropes hoping Bolton or someone close to Trump saves them by ratting him out. Problem is, there’s nothing to rat out without concrete evidence. Trump wins again! MAGA!!

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  27. Lt Col Covfefe999 says:

    I had to stop watching in the middle of the video. Did Chris Wallace set up this segment? It’s sickening. I hope Trump punishes them, no more calls to them, no more interviews. F ’em.

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    • The interviewers are very strong in pushing the fake news agenda. One guy actually lies, and selectively quotes the debunked assumption Sonderland made that the President must have wanted something rather than Sonderland’s direct answer on questioning that there was “never any request for a quid pro quo or any other demand”. That is the bottom line but these jockeys are still spinning that witnesses say there was a quo pro quo.

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  28. Katherine McCoun says:

    and saying “sick” so much makes me wonder how much of their personal conversations were recorded.

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  29. So funny to hear the Dims/MSM over the last two weeks talk about how corrupt Ukraine is. How do you say “pot, meet kettle” in Ukrainian?

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  30. blablingo says:

    Is it just me, or were the three anchors rude and disrespectful? Constantly rushing & interrupting President Trump. Several times, refuting what he said, for instance: Trump: “James Comey is one crooked cop”. Brian Kilmeade: “Well, he doesn’t think so”.

    All three persistently threw out liberal talking points….. what gives!?!?!?!

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    • ericsrightsock says:

      Sadly Fox went to the dark side quite some time ago !

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    • ediegrey says:

      FoX is no true friend of our president. Personally, I take ALL of them with a grain of salt.

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    • MustangBlues says:

      ”’All three persistently threw out liberal talking points….. what gives!?!?!?!”

      Paychecks, celebrity status at parties, are the sources of their opinions;

      they are bought and paid for, to pretend to be fair, but are true rat finks spewing the communist democrat hate speech about President Trump,

      and Kilmeade is one of the worst, his tongue is up chris wallace’s butt so far that it tickles chrissie’s reptilian brain stem during those faux call in interviews where chrissie is the go to faux news guru on all things political.

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    • gabytango says:

      I sent FOX an email today complaining about their rudeness and not allowing the President to speak and inform US. And threw in a “what gives” about giving Swalwell a free platform interview the other night to spew his malicious, vicious LIES against the President! I also added in that this troublesome Left Turn they’re doing is the reason many (myself included) are now watching OANN.

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  31. Garavaglia says:

    He states he wants a senate trial because he knows that’s exactly what the senate rats don’t want. One well placed question by his lawyers would crumble all of them..both sides. I am predicting the senate will “encourage” the Dems to not impeach, for if they do, they will have to deal with it themselves. Trump ain’t no Nixon. Publicly stating that he wants to defend himself for all to see has to be driving them nuts. He should be humbled by now..right?

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Defending himself means exposing the criminality and kickbacks and conflicts of the congresscritters. With public exposure that PDJT cannot otherwise get because of MSM censorship. He has said his major accomplishment may be outing the corruption. Bring it on !!!

      Although many of the “government servants” are corrupt and defiant, PDJT is the President, and there are still many/some honest government employees. The corrupt congresscritters’ activities are both traceable and discoverable (open secrets in some cases) by the Government functions available to PDJT. And their sleeper cells are being exposed.

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  32. strateshooter says:

    I JUST LOVE THIS BIG BEAUTIFUL BRAVE TWEETING BRUISING MOTHERF*CKER. 🙂
    There, I said it. 🙂

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  33. sDee says:

    Keep in mind, at the end of the day Murdoch signs their paychecks

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  34. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Just a sad remembrance. Some 56 years ago today we experienced the worst Intelligence Community failure of all time. Accordingly, Mrs. Clinton still claims that IC 17 Agencies all agree that the Russians helped get Donald Trump get elected. That woman is nutz … and so is most everyone who voted for her.

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  35. sDee says:

    Fox producers really leaning these talking heads’ ear pieces – showing their true colors.

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  36. highdezertgator says:

    Brain “Fredo” Killingme and POTUS “Interrupter Syndrome”

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  37. LOVE this interview! That being said, let me sidetrack just briefly — while it is still timely — and note that Barr is going out of his way to claim the Epstein event was a ‘suicide’, and not a murder as ALL evidence and intelligent reasoning will conclude. Therefore the AG, which Trump is praising, is either a gullible dimwit, or a lying son-of-a-bitch (and I don’t think he’s a dimwit).

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  38. Kilmeade is an ass and C minus student

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    • Roger Duroid says:

      Kilmeade and eveyone on on every media outlet knows what the boss wants them to say.
      Sadly, only people who have independent wealth like PDJT can really let their morals run their life. Most of us have to make compromises to avoid financial destruction.

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    • fangdog says:

      They call themselves, “Fox and Friends”. I have always call them the “Dorks”.

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  39. JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

    LOVE VSGPOTUS calling out obama!!!

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  40. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    Kevin Clinesmith is just one rung in the ladder of the treasonous scum leading to the Constitutional Crisis and putative POtuS, aka Zer0Bama.

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  41. Alan Reasin says:

    I do not understand why what Glenn Beck/Rudy Giuliani has uncovered was not asked of the witnesses in the public hearings. Getting them on the record and then if they are found to have lied, charged with perjury and contempt of Congress. I realize that the media and the Democrats have characterized Rudy Giuliani’s information as false or from corrupt individuals and/or is part of a conspiracy. But, IMO, those who disagree with Rudy Giuliani must be made to justify why they do. During the House Judiciary hearings this must be used against any Democratic witness; it is time to use brass knuckles as the Democrats have done for decades. Being a TEA Party county director I saw it up front and personal and with little strong GOP push back. Because this long term lack of spine has been the GOP position against Democratic tactics, we now have a hearsay impeachment with rules so pro Democratic it is unbelievable.
    Unfortunately facts mean nothing today just as with President Johnson’s impeachment. This impeachment is worse that that of President Johnson after the Civil War where the major major charge against POTUS was the “illegal” firing of Secretary of War Stanton (or any cabinet member) because of an unconstitutional law that was not declared so until 1926 over a contested firing of a US post office post master. Congress had passed the Tenure of Office Act in 1867 over Johnson’s veto. The act required the President to seek the Senate’s advice and consent before relieving or dismissing any member of his Cabinet (an indirect reference to Stanton) or, indeed, any federal official whose initial appointment had previously required its advice and consent. In 1926, a similar law (though not dealing with Cabinet secretaries) was ruled unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court in the case of Myers v. United States, which affirmed the ability of the President to remove a Postmaster without Congressional approval. In reaching that decision, the Supreme Court stated in its majority opinion (though in dicta), “that the Tenure of Office Act of 1867, insofar as it attempted to prevent the President from removing executive officers who had been appointed by him by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, was invalid”. Something the Democrats have hinted that Trump illegally did too.
    I noticed that all of the State Department witnesses said that the President set foreign policy, but complained that the existing policy THEY had set was not followed.
    Presidents being undercut by the bureaucracy was not unusual in the past 100 years. Congress needs to pass a law concerning civil service like the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017, in particular since President Obama made many political appointees part of civil service.

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  42. TwoLaine says:

    And now, for a quick and relevant message from Tom Fitton at Judicial Waytch:

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  43. Patrick Healy says:

    THAT server. Thank you Mr President for mentioning it.

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  44. SR says:

    PTrump mentioned dirty Schiff name in witness and of course they know PTrump knows everything. I have a feeling Pelosi would not call a impeachment vote. She was testing water that how far she can take and if Republicans and public opinion break in their favor.

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    • Bill says:

      You’re partially right. What she was really testing was how powerful her media propaganda tool was. And she’s finding out that when they have to air the actual hearings, enough intelligent people actually watch and make up their own damn minds. And those minds didn’t go in her favor. Smart people tend to know lying when they see it.

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  45. Kleen says:

    In case of a Senate Trial I would call Soros to testify.

    Trump should add him to the list. He funds the chaos.

    Gang leader is Soros. Get him!

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  46. PinotNoir says:

    Do not trust this going to the Senate. House Dems are committing treason with this baseless “impeachment investigation” The minute this moves to an actual impeachment there needs to be direct action taken regarding individual congressmen supporting the action until they stop. This is the window to stop this and still preserve a republic. Do not trust the Senate. What are you going to do Christmas morning when you wake up to find the Senate has convicted the President on “high crimes and misdemeanors”? There will be no one left in government to defend the Republic.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      The republicans in the house should have outed the fake whistleblower -https://twitter.com/paulsperry_/status/1197906532031180800

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      • FPCHmom says:

        Not sure why link didn’t activate. Here is what he said –

        By failing to fully expose the political set-up during the impeachment phase–exposing the partisan “whistleblower” huddling with Schiff’s partisans to manufacture complaint triggering inquiry–Repubs made it harder to dismiss articles as an unconstitutional partisan impeachment

        His twitter feed is a treasure trove of stuff today –

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    • Beau Geste says:

      When the GOP asks for money, tell them “no, you are contributing to PDJT directly. Tell them (write them in the empty reply envelope with no donation) that if ANY GOP representative or senator (including pierre delecto) votes to impeach, or convict, that you will vote them out in 2020. If PDJT is removed from office, the country is gone to crooked dictatorship anyway, so there is no real downside to removing ALL GOP.
      Do not accept the excuse that some GOPe congresscritters are “independent”, and can vote how they want. The traitors can be cut out of any of their special interest funding or lobbyist-purchased regulations if they backstab the republican President.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      My WAG is one day during the week of Dec 2 maybe Dec 7, Shifty moves this to Judiciary and they take the vote that same day or next day. I don’t see Judiciary calling all these same folks back to regurgitate the same crap.

      The Ukraine money laundering news and investigations is too close to home and is the threat that IMO ensures the 20 RINOS will vote in the Senate.

      And it will be Bolton testimony in the Senate that will be the ace up their sleeve that gives this impeachment the necessary coverage of high crimes and misdemeanors.

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    • numbersixdance says:

      Dems gave the country Obama Care Christmas eve…they are hinging this on 2/3 of Senate PRESENT…3 show up and 2 convict, another Christmas present to the American people.

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  47. Buck Turgidson says:

    What a performance! Who else can go full blast like that for 55 minutes? Nearly 3 years of Pres Trump has gone by fast. Could really have done without the news gal gushing over nikki haley (barf) and pushing her for vp, what a horrible choice that would be and trust Trump knows that.

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    • Trumpelstiltsken says:

      Good grief, the head of this Haley snake needs to be lopped off ASAP. There are way too many naive, unsuspecting Trump supporters who swoon over her.

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      • Buck Turgidson says:

        The fox nrws gal sat there for 50.mins and when she finally had her opening, she plugs for nikki haley? Bc nh is from south carolina just like her? Good grief so the fox news gal is a full on neocon bubblehead. Haley is as much a carpetbagger as hillary. Haley was offendef bc part of the sc state flag had a confeferate flag. Poor nikki. Fox news girl sometimes better to.just be quiet.

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  48. Psych Monkee says:

    Faux “News” = CNN wannabe

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  49. snailmailtrucker says:

    FINALLY SOME BIG NAMES BEING BROUGHT TO JUSTICE !

    The breaking story of FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith manipulating FISA documents to gain surveillance on the 2016 Trump campaign.

    WHO ?

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  50. SR says:

    May be deep state, dims and RINO want a deal with PTrump – no impeachment if no indictment of deep state and Obama people (just a report).

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