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

  1. Meri says:

    Sen. Marsha Blackburn
    @MarshaBlackburn
    Vindictive Vindman is the “whistleblower’s” handler.
    7:53 AM · Nov 22, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

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  2. Trump is great, Barr, not so much.

    – Barr let Rosenstein go into the sunset despite his crimes.
    – Barr announced that Epstein was “perfect storm” of accidents, not murder. What a joke!
    – Barr’s DOJ is still going after Flynn

    We will get some sunlight from Horowitz, but he will probably recommend “training”. As we know here, it is a systemic issue throughout the FBI and basically you’d have to restart the FBI from the ground up to get it clean.

    Durham on the other hand has a track record of actually getting stuff done, so I am more hopeful on that front.

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    • Raymond Capwell says:

      Why would these people throw their life away for politics?

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    • Roger Duroid says:

      Who told Vindman to do the leak to the WB? He isn’t smart enough to think he could tske down PDJT with that scheme. Who is at the top of the coup? Ohole? Everyone including peloski and schumer are just following orders.

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      • dawg says:

        I think its whoever it is in the intel community thats listening to all PTs calls.

        I think they have just been monitoring everything, and when they found something the Pres said that they thought they could spin into something incriminating, they …..

        “Well, who else was in on the call? Vindman? Ok, lets bring him in. Hes gonna be the guy we use to set this all up. So Vindman, listen up, we got this ciaramella guy, and he is going to act as the anonymous whistleblower, so he will be protected, and hes gonna take this narrative that we have devised and contact our NSC lawyer guy, and the ICIG is gonna change the law to allow hearsay, but backdate the complaint, and………..etc…..”

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        • sDee says:

          Likely. And maybe, just maybe President Trump knew that they were listening in.

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          • Patience says:

            That is / been –from the start my belief.

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          • willyeye says:

            In that vain, Trump’s call had to include at least the mention of Ukraine election meddling in 2016, and something about Burisma. But the meddling he prefaced with asking for a favor, but Trump said nothing about this for that. So it could have been to set up the spies.

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          • Elvis Newton says:

            But, at this point, who is running this coup and giving directions? Is it Hillary or Obama from his bunker? After muller failed, SOMEONE said, we need to try this or try that to get him and then everyone moved forward. The only one with all the blackmail on EVERYONE but PDJT is obama/jarrett with everything collected by NSA while he was in office.

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        • Revelation says:

          “I think they have just been monitoring everything” – nah.

          Remember Vindman was trying to amend the transcript to inject some impeachable BS.

          Its more a panicked reaction to Trump going anywhere near Ukraine investigation.

          Remember the Dems always project..

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          • dawg says:

            Maybe not. I agree 100% this is reactionary and projection. The last 4 years have been a series of projections.

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          • AustinHoldout says:

            I agree with you Revelation. I think PDJT said the word “crowdstrike” and someone(s) listening in on the call reacted and this latest plot was set in motion. No idea if it was already a plan or just hatched, but I think “crowdstrike” triggered the implementation.

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          • Jederman says:

            In addition, I read soros has his finger prints on the Ukraine too. I’m guessing he can stimulate some pushback from the dems so he can pop smoke and disappear from the scene of the crime.

            Shifty scheisse is soro’s son’s father in law.

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        • ethicall says:

          Exactly. But this call was perfect. What did they find? A quid pro quo? Was it a good QPQ or a bad QPQ? A good QPQ would be, “Show us you are serious about cleaning up the corruption in your country and we’ll financially support your military.” A bad QPQ would be, ” Frame Joe Biden for a crime and we’ll financially support your military” .
          The careers of every single one of those ambassadors and State Department employees*, testifying at shifty shift’s inquisition, is largely based on successfully securing one quid pro quo after another from whatever country they are assigned to. The request to investigate corruption in Ukraine, which most assuredly would include the Bidens involvement with Burisma, was a legitimate request for Trump to make. It was also right for him to have withheld financial aid until he believed the country was serious about dealing with the criminal element in the Ukraine. “You clean up your act, deal with the mass corruption and we’ll continue to support your military”. The fact that Joe Biden decides to run for president has no bearing on whether his involvement with a corrupt Ukrainian company, since 2015(?), needs to be investigated. Of course it needs to be investigated.
          * (It was interesting to note they all had lawyers sitting next to them when testifying. Looking out for their interests. Something Trump was denied.)

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          • dawg says:

            Agree 100%, Ive been telling that to everyone who would listen for a month, even Rush Limbaugh and all his listeners!

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          • You’re correct.

            I’d go even further and would stop all foreign aid. I have 20+ trillion reasons for this. Let’s pay off our debt first. America First!

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          • cjzak says:

            Truth. It happens all the time and guess what? IT SHOULD HAPPEN! Our aid should be monitored and have conditions. Sheesh, this whole QpQ hysteria is nothing but a normal check on how our Pres. does his job of watching out for us. The dems know this too. They just pick up any nonsensical issue they think might dump on PT and try to make him look bad. It’s the same old same old. Sickos is right and mad with their lust for power and controlling interest in any money they can bring back to themselves. They need to be banished and voted out next year.

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          • You sound too reasonable!

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          • MACAULAY says:

            Is the following example a good quid pro quo or a bad one?

            “We have or most recent VP who was in charge of Ukraine affairs on tap bragging about how he held up a billion until Ukraine fired its Attorney General. Thats prima facie evidence of intermeddling in Ukraine’s internal affairs and demanding a quid pro pro which appears to be corrupt. Can you look into your end of that and tell us what you find?”

            In other words, is Joe Biden immune from investigation of apparent crimes just because he is running for office?

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        • CM-TX says:

          FWIW: it was mentioned elsewhere that fiber optic cables were run from the WH to Nobama’s new house. I’ve very little knowledge on what that could even accomplish?? But I tend to stumble on odd comments here & there, that may be tips… or just misinformation. You decide.

          Granted, I wouldn’t put anything past Nobama & his handler, VJ.

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      • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

        I 100% love this President but I’ve got to be honest here, he talks way too much defending himself and I surely don’t blame him but he needs to chill out.

        There’s a time and a place for that but just like a friend of mine, I never get a word in edgewise when we talk so I try not to communicate much with him and when I do, I keep brief.

        Just my 2 cents.

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        • skaebne says:

          Except there’s nobody else to defend him. First, the Republicans are cowards, and they would feed their children to a crocodile god rather then become unpopular. Second, they don’t like Trump’s reforms any better than the Democrats.

          Hillary wrote her senior thesis at Wellesley on Saul Alinsky (who invited her back to Chicago to work with him, but she had bigger plans), and she made his “Rules for Radicals” the playbook for the Democrat Party. Until Trump, no Republican could stand against Alynskism; Trump turns it right back on them and shouts them down. You may not like it, but nothing else works.

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        • trialbytruth says:

          If we vote all incumbents out doest that mean the Dems run the Senate?

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        • FrogTongue says:

          He talks so much because he knows the more people hear it the more they start to get it. It’s message repetition and the President knows exactly how to use it.

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      • Rosemaryflower says:

        Yes, totally Obama. “the best dern thug there is”

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      • abdiesus says:

        simple: Lawfare. They’ve been planning and coordinating every step since the beginning.

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      • wildsailor2018 says:

        The crime family with the billion dollar payout plan called the ‘Clinton Foundation.’

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      • Eaglemom says:

        Sean Misko (Schiff Staff member) an Eric Charamella both worked at NSC with Vindman.
        I’m sure they were talking and “handling” Vindman for a while.

        I noticed during testimony that VIndman said he had a readout of call with George Kent at State and person in IC community (Eric). Vindman made a point to note that IC person had clearance and part of readout group. If Eric Charamella was working on Ukraine at CIA then Vindman is covered and technically did not leak.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        Obama might be the top person in the government who was in it, but I think this goes beyond him to those who he reports to. He got that Blackberry so they could have contact with him at all times, most likely using Valerie Jarrett as the person they’d send their orders for him through. Most likely Soros is involved, but there may, and probably are, others at the top of their efforts, too.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        Brennan

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      • elsuperbus says:

        Dan Coats

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    • paulapatriot says:

      The President would never have recused himself from all this and given over his authority to declassify what Barr thought was best if he didn’t have 100% confidence in Barr.

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    • fhb says:

      hammer and anvil…. flynn being the anvil needed to have a backstop as the pressure builds upfront against the culprits…..

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    • lftpm says:

      I wanted to up vote you, but I disagree with your assessment of AG Barr. I listened to his pro-Christian talk at Notre Dame, and his talk at the Federalist Society. I believe he is sincere, and intends to carry out justice, to the degree it is achievable. As an aside, if Jeff Sessions chose John Durham, as some sources report, he may be owed some apologies.

      On the Flynn case, he is ably represented. Whether he volunteered, as a good soldier and patriot, to be a temporary seeming sacrifice, to reveal DOJ/FBI/CIA corruption, only time will tell. I think he did. Presidential pardon was always available to him. But I’m close to predicting his case will be dismissed for egregious prosecutorial misconduct–which Sydney Powell is convincingly demonstrating–and some of his malicious prosecutors are going to rue their chicanery as they spend time behind the very bars they intended to inflict on Flynn.

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  3. dutzie60 says:

    Interesting interview ……

    http://www.capoliticalreview.com/capoliticalnewsandviews/

    Democrats to Settle for Apology and Censure for Pres. Trump/No Impeachment?
    November 21, 2019 By Stephen Frank 4 Comments
    If I were a betting person, and I never bought a lottery ticket, I think I know how this Seinfeld Impeachment hearing ends (Seinfeld was a TV show about nothing/Schiff hearings are also about nothing). After the hearings are over, San Fran Nan will announce to save the nation from the “trauma” of a Senate trial, he will recommend a Resolution of censure against President Trump.
    What she really means is that in a Republican Senate the witnesses would include Barack Obama, Joe and Hunter Biden, Adam Schiff, the “whistleblower” and more. This would explode the Democrat Party for a generation—the massive corruption during the Obama Administration would become public.
    Now, in a hint of this, we have the radical, irrational Democrat tin foil hat wearing Congressman Ted Lieu is saying an apology from Trump would suffice! Watch as other Democrats begin to offer compromises to a Senate trial. Seinfeld, ur I mean Schiff will have no choice and the Dems want to survive this massive blunder.
    “But, says Rep. Lieu, if the President apologized, showed remorse and promised not to solicit foreign interference in future elections, impeachment might just be avoided.
    Lieu would NOT have offered this remedy on a radio show without first getting approval from Pelosi and other Democrat House leaders. He is waving the white flag! They give up.
    (h/t for this article to Michael in the L.A. Bay Area

    https://knx1070.radio.com/media/podcast/knx-depth

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    • Raymond Capwell says:

      Nan’s boy involved too.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Jim says:

      Screw this bullshit. Apologize for something he didn’t do? That’s the liberal PC pansy boy way.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Horsesoldier says:

        His reply should be the same one the Germans got from US Generals when they demanded the US surrender or face obliteration in the Battle of the Bulge – “NUTS”

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      • CM-TX says:

        Fully concur. Any apology is an admission for Dems- count on it. The Media Mafia would be running that BS claim 24/7 for the next year! No way!

        NO DEALS! They ALL need to be dragged out in cuffs for this circus coup attempt! On Live TV.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      trump oughta call Pelois and Schiff’s bluff and demand they go ahead with a vote.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      Here is Trump’s apology to LIEU “FU”

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    • Brutalus says:

      Censure would play the Allen Iverson famous “Practice” rant….”Censure!…Censure! We talkin’ about Censure?!” As much as I’d like them to try to take the chicken exit with Censure, it would just be ridiculed

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      • MustangBlues says:

        ”’Censure!…Censure! We talkin’ about Censure?!”

        Can the House censure a sitting president? Is that separate action from an impeachment?

        Anyone know?

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      And if they think censuring Trump will get him to back off of investigations into their doings, they’re nuts. POTUS knows he can’t let them get away with it. Because once they regain the Presidency they will go after him hammer and tongs. Because they will pull the same tricks off any future political opponent. They all need to learn a new trade; carbon-neutral quarrying (i.e. turning big rocks into little rocks with hammers). Without consequences there will be bad consequences for our nation.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      i also think they will postpone the vote but i think pelosi will say she has been persuaded by the wisdom of fighting in the courts for subpoenas for Pence, Pompeo, Bolton etc so that they can save face.
      In the interim, they will be able to scream out obstruction obstruction while hoping that things will turn in their favor.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      It sounds to me like a cheap trick, even amateurish in a way. Besides, I suspect it would snow monkeys on the equator before POTUS would do anything close to that.

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    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      I can easily envision Mitch McConnell sitting on his throne doing his Adam Schiff imitation, protecting the swamp senators like himself…..“The gentleman will suspend! The gentleman will suspend!”

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    • MfM says:

      Trump won’t apologize, he didn’t do anything wrong.

      This interview was about telling the reasonable Democrats what a Senate trial would be like. The leftists don’t believe it, but Nancy isn’t that crazy. By actually saying he’s looking forward to a Senate trial he plays right into the Trump haters who don’t want to do anything that Trump wants.

      He wins either way, a censure that doesn’t mean anything and he can push a USMCA vote or a trial were who knows what will come out? But a trial that won’t convict him.

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      There is only one problem with this…anyone willing to kill someone to keep the whole racketeering scheme quiet will also not have any issue with lying under oath in from of a Senate committee. There would be no exposure of the whole kabob under testimony. It would continue to stay hidden and if it got way too close it would just turn into a lawyer recommended (Lawfare) ‘I take the 5th.’

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    • abdiesus says:

      You are living in a dream world. McConnell, Graham and Burr admitted were already planning for the Senate trial weeks ago, and that is in spite of the fact that there is no legal or constitutionally valid House impeachment vote that could compel such a trial. Think about the timing of those statements for minute. Seriously.

      Furthermore, there is only one reason to hold a Senate trial, and that is so that they can impeach. Every Single R Senator is taking money from huge corporations who hate Trump. Every Single R Senator voted multiple times to deny Trump any recess appointments. There is no one in the Senate that isn’t being paid to ensure he gets impeached. Not all of them will vote against Trump (optics) but enough of them will and enough more will simply refuse to participate, to ensure that Trump is impeached.

      The real question is, what are we going to do about it? The corrupt R Senate is hoping we’ll be so darned surprised, just like they will all posture as being so darned surprised, that we won’t mount any effective protest/response. Based on how many people still think the Senate Rs have Trumps back, even on CTH, even to this day, I think they are probably correct in their assessment of the lack of any effective response.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        That is why we need to promise the corrupt GOPe that if ANY of them vote to impeach, or to convict, that we will vote them ALL out. If they convict, the country is done, so it does not matter that ALL GOPe are defeated.
        When we receive solicitations from the GOPe, tell them that our contributions are going to PDJT, to distribute as appropriate. And that if ANY reps or senators (including pierre delecto) vote with the dems, they ALL will be defeated in 2020. We will not forgive and forget. We have a long attention span, and keep our promises.
        Do not accept the “excuse” that GOPe senators are “independent” in their voting. They can be prevented from getting any special interest finding or regulations for their pay-for-pay donors, and can be assigned to the senate committee on dogcatchers.

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        • trialbytruth says:

          No Beaubwe won’t just vote them out there are board positions and make believe University posts waiting for them.

          We will have to take a page out of the leftist book, they need to know they will be hounded to the ends of time.

          Their progeny will receive no peace. What ever they have built in this world will be destroyed. Finally they need to know we will be there to witness when their final judgement is done.

          The rRepublican party is milquetoast We Are Not. It is time to begin articulating this in a “Non- threatening Manor”

          Mitch thought the pussy hats were rude and threatening when his wife had to protect him. Yeah that was real scarey….

          Trump 2024

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      • Revelation says:

        “there is no legal or constitutionally valid House impeachment vote”

        The next step is Jerry “Penguin” Nadler and the Judiciary committee and that vote.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Dream world? Me thinks the lady doth protest too much….you are living in 2017 when there was Republican Senators with no faith…they were apprehensive about Mueller, the breathtaking successes by Trump were just starting, the people were convinced that there was something to the Russia hoax. Today, it is political suicide for Republicans to buck the President, Mitt Romney is simply a RINO. It’s also Kryptonite to Democrats in strong Trump flyover country. Never give counsel to your fears….it’s our finest hour. Landslide 2020….many splodin’ heads.

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    • hokkoda says:

      Trump will tell them to shove it, just like China. “No apology, impeach me you clowns. Then it’s my turn.”

      This is chaff. We’ll know if Pelosi has the votes after the recess. They’re all going back to their districts to take the voters’ temperature.

      Now is the time to turn UP the heat. Do not assume this is over. I don’t care what McCarthy says…call your Rep, call your Senator, post stuff on the Facebook and Twitter pages.

      Do NOT let Democrats get up off the turf. Beat them into submission with relentless ridicule, brutal facts, and unrelenting hostility.

      That is how we win.

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    • palafox says:

      So the crime was so serious it required impeachment and removal from office, but an “I’m sorry” is all it takes to make everyone whole again?
      Now I can see why no one in DC Swamp is ever prosecuted.

      “My bad.”

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      Not a chance President Trump is going to “plea” to something of which he is not guilty. Not a chance of a snowball in hell! He has the goods on the corruption. He has been goading the Democrats to impeach him. Schiff put on his one-sided inquisition because he could not permit a single witness from the Republicans. Not a single one.

      The best way for President Trump to get the truth of the corrupt state of their country and their government leaders and the bureaucracy is through a public trial where both sides equally participate. Otherwise, half the country will believe evidence and prosecutions are political.

      Just as Sydney Powell is going to the mat to save General Flynn…..President Trump intends to go to the mat to save the America he loves. Trust Trump. He has got this!

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    • Truthfilter says:

      Hell no. Bring it on. Let’s have a Senate trial.

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    • fanbeav says:

      No way President Trump should apologize and be “censured”. What about Adam Schiff lying on the House Floor? Or Nanny Pelosi calling him an “imposter” on national TV? President Trump needs to encourage a vote so we can finally get to the truth that was not allowed this week and the media would have to cover it!

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    • Jay Currie says:

      I suspect the desperate Dems will propose something like this to try and salvage something from the Impeachment dumpster fire. I also suspect it is too late and Trump will tell them to pound sand.

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    • tappin52 says:

      As for Ted Lieu’s suggestion of an apology and censure, I am quite certain that President Trump’s reply would be, “Nuts!”

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    • TigerBear says:

      “But, says Rep. Lieu, if the President apologized, showed remorse and promised not to solicit foreign interference in future elections, impeachment might just be avoided.“

      When pigs freakin fly! Our President is OWED far more than an apology, be damned if he owes one and be sure he will not snivel and grovel at these azzhats feet! 😡

      Senate trial it is!

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    • molson309 says:

      They have to know that such an apology is not forthcoming.

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    • Randolph Scott says:

      When they approach POTUS with this horseshit, President Trump should tell them to go F**K themselves and force the issue into the Senate.

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    • lftpm says:

      Censure seems like a reasonable outcome, if the Dems are sensible enough to settle for it. Right now, their impeachment drive is a loser. I watched most of the televised hearings, from opening statements to the point where Republicans ran out of people and only Dems were taking turns among themselves giving speeches and asking leading questions without Repubs being able to challenge them.

      The Dems utterly failed to establish a removable-from-office argument for treason, bribery, high crimes or misdemeanors. The Dems have proposed handing Articles to the Senate for “Obstruction of Congress” and “Obstruction of Justice” for the President’s failure to obey subpoena orders. The Separation of Powers doctrine applies here. If SCOTUS orders the President to comply, he will comply. For him to await such court orders instead of caving, is an obstruction of nothing.

      “Abuse of Power” is a nothing burger. The President is saying derogatory things on Twitter? He demeans MSM by calling them “fake news” propagators? He aligns himself with “The Forgotten Americans” instead of the self-important “elites”?

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      There is NO WAY PRESIDENT TRUMP SHOULD APOLOGIZE! Are you kidding? “I didn’t do it, but I’m sorry” WTF?

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    • bluenova1971 says:

      Has anyone EVER heard PDJT apologize for ANYTHING….?

      I didn’t think so.

      And it ain’t happening this time either.

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      I question the judgment of anyone that would even consider PDT would apologize for what he did.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      That’s why Trump said today he relishes getting the R’s witness list in front of the Senate… He’s gonna make them lie in the dirty, smelly bed they made. Reminds me of that Rear Admiral Green who was whinging that POTUS didn’t give any response when his people contacted POTUS’ people re Green going after Chief Eddie Gallaghers trident. The crap weasel wanted permission for a go ahead, or POTUS to intercede before Green stuck his neck out in petty vengeance. Oh, no, moron… That’s NOT how POTUS plays the game. You want to be an assh__le, but the brass will sell it as running a tight ship by abusing Gallagher AGAIN? Go for it, douche, and you’ll have to deal with the consequences of your own hubris.

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  4. snellvillebob says:

    The FBI has opened an investigation into a possible “criminal enterprise” involved in the death of Jeffrey Epstein, according to the Tuesday Congressional testimony of Bureau of Prisons director Kathleen Hawk Sawyer.
    https://www.nationalreview.com/news/fbi-looking-into-possibility-that-criminal-enterprise-was-involved-in-jeffrey-epsteins-death/

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  5. flatlandgoober says:

    However this monkey show in the House comes out, seems to me that some real Senate corruption investigations should be convened. Find some RICO ties to the media as well. They can’t hide criminal conduct behind the First Amendment

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  6. MLK says:

    Big time hedging or one-way bets underway in case Democrats detonate the stock market with impeachment:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/bridgewater-bets-15-billion-market-will-crash-march

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  7. Payday says:

    I believe Horowitz’s FISA report is going to be the real deal. 500 staff? All of them knowing what is exculpatory. Would Horowitz stick his neck out to try to hide that? Wouldn’t that be tampering with evidence? He couldn’t do anything but delay. Maybe he did? Maybe he didn’t? So we could only wonder if that’s what he did or not.

    From his perspective…so what? We’ll see I guess.

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    • Payday says:

      Couple more weeks…couple more weeks. We were sure strung along. Then Grassley send that tweet questioning this report. Was the heat just getting to hot for Horowitz and he finally had to release it? Or was Grassley part of the timeline. The out for PT to play this out as he wants to?

      Has PT called out Horowitz? Not that I recall. Does PT appear like he’s doing anything but winning? Not to me! I think this has been his plan all along. Maximum impact. In the words of Q…the storm is upon us. At least I hope so.

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    • Payday says:

      One thing is for sure…this is more riveting then any suspense/spy movie Hollywood ever came up with.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Horowitz may have the real deal and tell the truth but he has no teeth. He can make criminal referrals but Barr can deny them all. It’s Barr and Durham that have the ability to indict. Will they? Can they? Should they?

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      • Payday says:

        The Horowitz report will be a good hint

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        • Brutalus says:

          Can’t Barr and Durham drop any indictments (if they have them) before Dec. 9th? It seems we always find out retroactively after the IG reports if anyone has been recommended for indictment (ie. McCabe and all the Decline to Prosecute B.S.)…Wouldnt be better to drop indictment bombs on, let’s say, Dec 7 or Dec 8? And then IG report backs up the reasoning on Dec 9 when its released? Yes, media would go nuts for a day or 2 arguing there was no basis for indictments…but then we get to bomb them again on Dec 9th….of course, this assumes there will be referrals for prosecution in the IG report, which is a big IF and also assumed Barr and Durham are going to prosecute anyone past the FBI janitor

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  8. JohnCasper says:

    ” … and the likelihood of FBI spying and surveillance on his campaign and administration.”

    25,642,300 to 1, approximately.
    – Mr. Spock

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  9. dawg says:

    So PT said he doesnt think the impeachment should pass, because its BS of course, but if it does, he said he wants a full Senate trial. And #1 on his list of witnesses to call is Hunter Biden and #2 is Adam Schiff.

    I have to think Nancy is getting pressure NOT to proceed with this from a lot of different angles.

    Maybe the only way she lets it get past the Judiciary committe is if she is sure she does NOT have the votes.

    Vulnerable Dem Reps vote against and save themselves, she saves all the guilty Senators from being exposed, and she gets to say “We tried.”

    If crazy Jesse Lieu or whatever his name is is talking on the radio about “Maybe if Trump says hes sorry we can avoid a Senate trial”, I mean, if thats not backpedaling, I dont know what it.

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  10. Rosemaryflower says:

    TPMMS – these people make me sick.
    I am so tired of this crap. Do any of you ever listen to WMAL Chris Plante? He is hilariously funny, but spot on about these corrupt democrats.
    Putin owns them, and he is enjoying the shit show here.
    USA is going down. Is there any place in this God forsaken country that we can retire too?
    I live far west of DC and the liberalism is spreading like a virus here

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    • sDee says:

      “liberalism is spreading like a virus here”

      It is globalism that is spreading, via urbanization. Liberalism is their fastest path.

      We moved out to a rural county after ours was over run by federal urbanization programs. Rural areas need to form coalitions and fight this. Once a city (or group of cities) finds sufficient federal funds and programs, and places the right politicians on Council, it will see an influx in multinational growth and capital. Soon the county and state are out voted.

      Regional Governance councils are instrumental to this. Both Party machines are part of it.

      Global-to-Local is very real and a primary strategy of the globalists for America. Now, going on 50 years of these UN agendas, nearly all federal agencies have aligned their funding and programs to turn the nation blue one state at a time, through voter concentration in urban/suburban areas. .

      It is insidious and the federal funding must be cut soon, very very soon.

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  11. paulapatriot says:

    Why would the President hand over his authority to AG Barr if he didn’t expect arrests of these people? He’s the top law enforcement official in the country and he handed this all over to Barr! He recused himself! No other President has ever done that. We just need to be patient. The democrats are acting like lunatics b/ c they KNOW what’s coming their way. All the signs are there!

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    • Patience says:

      “Recuse” himself?
      PDJT -publicly and officially declassified all… for AG Barr to review… & do the AG’s job.

      >He must be confident; absolutely!

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  12. Mr e-man says:

    Not so fast Schiff. Nunes has used a House rule that allows the minority to call it’s own hearing and it’s own witnesses. The Lawfare jerks must have overlooked that in their scheme.

    So Nanzi can’t just walk away. Nunes has demanded the hearing in writing. If they refuse to let him, they will violate House rules and it will be even more apparent this is a cover up sham investigation.

    If he gets the hearing, he will call Hunter Biden, and Chalupa, and the whistleblower, and probably even Adolph Schiff himself.

    That would be delicious. He may even preempt a house vote to move the sham to the judiciary committee that Nanzi wants to do in December. Remember, she is hurrying due to court cases coming out that could invalidate the entire proceeding.

    But overall, she has another problem. The plan was to convince the constituents in districts Trump won but has a Dem Rep, that Trump is a criminal and should be impeached. That would give those Reps cover to make that vote.

    The public isn’t buying it so a vote to impeach (not just to continue investigating in the Judiciary committee) would likely cost those members their seats in 2020. Nanzi loses the Speaker job in that case as well. The timing sucks for her and Nunes may have found a chink in the armor.

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    • Stickboy says:

      “Not so fast Schiff. Nunes has used a House rule that allows the minority to call it’s own hearing and it’s own witnesses. The Lawfare jerks must have overlooked that in their scheme.”

      __________________________________________________________________

      So, who will see, or hear, the Senate minority hearing? There isn’t a snowball’s chance in hell that the MSM is going to televise it, ain’t gonna happen. Lawfare owns the media at this point, the media is usually owned by the CIA, but currently Lawfare and the Dems own it.

      MSM has no choice, as most of them are up to their necks in this shit……same with most of the Republicans. And, those calling for a Senate trial seem to think that Trump will have lots of allies in his own party, he will have some, but not nearly enough………Graham will screw him over just like Schiff is now.

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      • Maquis says:

        House. Televised non-stop or not, it pushes the game on to where pending court rulings can kill the deal. I wouldn’t rule out Nunes and troops nuking it on their own either, after all, there is nothing there but Democrat crimes and perfidy. House Minority hearings could be a devastating preview of what a Senate trial would bring down on their heads.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Schiff will open hearing meeting, get a quorum, adjourn meeting before witnesses can be recognized or called, and claim the hearing’s been held.

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  13. Right to reply says:

    Trump is as strong as an Ox, but I still feel bad for him. The stress must be terrible, but his wife and Barron, OMG it must be absolute hell for them.
    Just imagine the social life etc before, and now they learn they were two faced haters and backstabbers. Must hurt like hell. I think about the Trump’s every single day and what they must be going through. God bless and keep them safe!

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    • butch cassidy says:

      That’s a great comment rtr. Look at all the lives that these despicable democrats have ruined. We should all be so pissed at what they have done that this should be considered all out war and they be treated the same way with no mercy.I’m just fuming as I type this up. No mercy to these bastards…….

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      • Right to reply says:

        I agree, but we’re surrounded by folk who turn the other cheek until they are too punch drunk to do anything! The left relies upon that decency. Long overdue to stand and fight back. Politicians won’t do it, most are corrupt.

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        • Dekester says:

          Rtr,

          We are doing are bit. We have NO Liberal friends. We know many, but friends😏

          When I read CTH supporters going on about their friends and family that are Liberals. I think oh dear!

          These “ friends” support Nancy, Nads, Schitt, the corruption in the alphabets and MSM.

          Liberalism is absolutely a mental disorder.

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      • Randolph Scott says:

        We should work to ruin everyone of these democrats lives as well. I believe in the saying ‘Payback is a bitch MF’r’.

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  14. Skippy says:

    Imho, President Trump and lawyers must shake down that Holmes allegation he listened in on Sondland/Trump. NSA has the capability to reveal this. I want to know why Ambassador Sondland Called our President on an “un-secure” phone line (prersumed on speakerphone to boost Sondalnds availability to call the USA President)t while drinking wine with others present to listen in) (power)! I can’t imagine that is professional Ambassadorship behavior. I don’t believe it. If true, Sondland soiled his reputation and job!

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    • youme says:

      According to Holmes the speakerphone was not on

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      • Skippy says:

        I get that! But how else does one logically conclude the President and Ambassador could be “overheard”. Unless speakerphone was on, and Ambassador Sondland set our President up, OR it’s all a lie.

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    • Bubby says:

      If the Holmes account is even true? Epic fail by Fredo Cuomo didn’t support Holmes contention that he could overhear a cell phone conversation not on the speaker in an adjacent table in a restaurant! Nonsense just an effort to damage President Trump by a deep stater knowing it will embellish his career in the anti American state department diplomatic corps! Total BS!

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  15. Patience says:

    Trump on Impeachment: “I WANT A TRIAL”
    (fox banner)

    WOO HOOOOOOO !!!!!!!!!

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  16. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Recall that weird Fiona Hill personoid yesterday defended the corrupt GeorgeSoros (or whatever his real name is) and claimed that he is a Jewish philanthropist; when he is actually your run of the mill atheistic globalist. Then, along with some dimwit congressman from Illinois, she went on to celebrate the conviction of a long time President Trump friend and patriot Roger Stone.

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    • Buck Turgidson says:

      Man that hill is one strange bird. A high ranking official in our national security apparatus? Time to clean the stables good grief. Hill sure blinks a lot

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      If I remember the story correctly he IS Jewish. He went to work for the Nazi’s, however, rounding up people for the concentration camps and stealing their stuff. In his book I believe he mentions how much fun that was, He is pure evil to have done this to his neighbors and found it ‘fun.’

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    • avi says:

      Soros the nazi collaborator is a second generation apostate with gentile grandkids/kids. certainly not part of a Jewish cabal

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  17. Fromseatoshinningsea says:

    The communist seditionists created this stink, PDJT needs to rub their noses in it; a formal proper Senate trial with witnesses and cross examination, under Constitutional auspices is the trap. Anything less than a legitimate Constitutional trail would be a toe tag on a cadaver of what was once the greatest republic.

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  18. Bogeyfree says:

    AG Barr,

    Are you looking into all of this?

    All I want for Christmas is justice and the rule of law restored??

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    • jus wundrin says:

      You and I both Bogey. Without it, the republic dies.

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    • Kleen says:

      Well Bongino just put that leak to rest.

      Because what’s he is hearing from his credible sources.

      Because the FBI had a “crime” to go after Carter Page. Bribery with some gas company. Information given to them by Steele. They had a reason to investigate. Didn’t find anything but “ had a reason” so not illegal.

      So the mistake by this lawyer was just a minor mistake.

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      • The Boss says:

        These fools just gave President Trump an early Christmas present. Completely shredded ANY notion that there is anything wrong with Trump’s 7/25 call to Ukraine’s president.

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      • Matthew LeBlanc says:

        Right but when Durham proves the FBI knew Page wasn’t a Russian asset and that Steele was peddling fake news all the while Brennan’s CIA was out attempting entrapping PDJT’s campaign associates all these “little dots” will connect.

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      • B Woodward says:

        Bongingo is usually pretty good, but this doesn’t pass the smell test.

        The FBI had a “crime” to go after Carter Page–some bullshit Steele 3rd hand hearsay bribery deal with the Rosneft gas company? And the FBI couldn’t find anything in 90 days, so they had to keep reauthorizing the FISA over and over and over again, vouching each time that they had verified everything in the FISA? Well if there was a real crime, then why didn’t the FBI ever go after Carter? Why didn’t Mueller’s storm troopers break down his door at 5am, indict him with Steele’s charges, and get Judge Amy Jackson to throw him in prison next to Manafort’s solitary cell? So Horowitz is going to say that the Steele dossier was legit for purposes of spying on the Trump campaign? Horowitz didn’t get the memo that the FBI had a spreadsheet where they tried to verify Steele’s 3rd hand hearsay accounts from so-called Russian agents (or was it Nellie Ohr) and found that over 90 percent of Steele’s dossier was wrong or totally worthless. Even Steele himself subsequently said that there might be something credible in his dossier but he could not say what it was.

        If Horowitz thinks that the FBI was justified in using the Steele dossier, then there was no need for a 500 page report. Horowitz could just republish the previous IG recommendations, like training FBI agents to buy burner phones before they violate federal laws.

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  19. jus wundrin says:

    I dont know what to think of all this schifft. Leakers giving cnn and the WaPoo a low level scapegoat, and now Trump saying that this will be historic and basically all roads lead to team 0Bomba.

    Although odd, I can see the deep staters feeding the ministry of propaganda a narrative, but on the surface, it doesnt look good for the fascist progs. One gubment employee being exposed for treason is still a big no-no.

    It also seems like the President is sticking his neck out here, so I have to conclude that he has the Trump card up his sleeve if the FISA report is just a firecracker.

    It will be very interesting to see this all play out: wrist slappings, or gubment corruption so bad, that it turns this country on its head.

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  20. Newhere says:

    How many Red Bulls did our glorious President consume before doing this interview? 🙂

    Love when he riffs ……

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  21. youme says:

    As early as this afternoon, #SCOTUS is going to decide whether to grant Donald Trump’s application to stay (freeze) the subpoena issued by the House Oversight Committee to Trump’s accountant (Mazars for some of his financial records.

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  22. “I say that I overheard in a crowded bar what someone else was saying on their cell phone …” Because I want to lie about the President, and I want you to believe me.”

    Sometimes, I want to decide that I must be dreaming. I want to convince myself that My Country has de-evolved into this, “only in my dreams.” And that the only thing which I therefore now need to do is to sober wake up … Gee, wouldn’t that be nice.

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    • fanbeav says:

      Did you ever think you would hear people telling us that aborting babies at birth is a women’s right?

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      • No. It’s like living in an orwellian nightmare.
        Mother’s are supposed to die to defend their young, these women want to allow their young to be torn apart while alive to avoid inconvenience. How can anyone be so amoral and narcissistic as to suggest they have a right to do that?
        If they are going to have sex then they need to assume responsibility for possible consequences like driving a car involves possible consequences. Don’t drive if you are not ready for possible problems. If you don’t want to get pregnant use two forms of BC and realize if you get pregnant anyway you are an adult and need to accept that you took the risk. Don’t lay the consequences on a defenseless child. This suggestion that it’s alright to torture, kill or main for your convenience is destroying the moral character of our Nation and our ability to form healthy relationships & families.

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    • Skippy says:

      Mike: I’m as frustrated as you to swallow Holmes testimony. We need facts and proof. Time for Republicans to call for call details no matter what. It’s incredible no one warned President Trump he was on an insecure line taking Sondland’s call. Do you believe no federal party was listening in? This is a sham.

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  23. StanH says:

    The man is fearless, a true force of nature.

    Thank God for our Great President Donald J Trump.

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  24. leftnomore says:

    When Trump is bragging on Barr I can visualize his eyes rolling. Why is he acting enamored with him? All I know is Barr&Friends can’t weasel around thinking they alone know anything. Those days are over…we’re not letting them go quietly.

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  25. faridrushdi says:

    Mark Levin said on Hannity a couple of nights ago that everyone there knew who the whistle blower was, “But Fox News won’t let any of us say who it is!” If any of those three hosts don’t know the name it’s because they have chosen not to find out or been told not to investigate. And really, if they aren’t allowed to report it, why bother spending the time to find out who it is?

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  26. Kleen says:

    Bongino just warned his audience not to get to excited about the IG Report

    He is saying the leak from last night is nothing. At most an administrative mistake.

    He is not very hopeful about it.

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    • MAGADJT says:

      Really. This is why Bongino isn’t worth listening to. He was Mr. Hype train yesterday.

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      • Kleen says:

        He was at first, but then he looked into it and more details came out: ( this was updated later)

        […] “That conduct did not alter Horowitz’s finding that the surveillance application of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page had a proper legal and factual basis, the officials said.”

        Basically regardless of what this line lawyer did, the reason for the opening of the investigation didn’t change( according to the swamp and Horowitz) . What he did was something else ( bad, maybe a minor crime) but it didn’t change the origin of the investigation.

        The origin is about a bribery ( some Russian gas company) accusation against Page. So “a potential crime”, justifying the investigation. Source was Steele who was considered credible due to his previous work with the FBI and the FIFA case.

        So a “reliable source” was good enough to make this legal. Says the swamp and our beloved savior Horowitz.

        The whole investigation is to find out if there was a reason or not to open the investigation.

        Well, apparently there was.
        This line lawyer may have committed a crime, but the reason for the investigation was not affected by what he did.

        Its what that article on WP says. So the FBI is saying there was a reason and Horowitz agrees with it.

        We all know the FBI is full of it, Carter was never charged with any crime, but the bottom line is Horowitz is standing by the FBI.

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  27. Patience says:

    OFF TOPIC: Mitt Romney is quite a turkey.

    sat immediately to President Trump’s right during the televised flavored vaping meeting, with his legs crossed and a cheesy-smile.

    In the clips shown: When MittTurkey spoke (chiming in while others spoke), the President seemed less than impressed…less than interested.

    >PDJT never acknowledged the gobbler by word nor eye contact.

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  28. One Voice says:

    Seriously, if all Republican congressmen stood together and yelled out the name of the whistleblower, do they think all of them are going to be charged. If we are going to start winning, Republican congress members need to be fearless. Look at how much lying goes on by the Left, are they ever charged?

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  29. trialbytruth says:

    I find it interesting that so many people are.dismissive of the theory that the DNC server ended up being n Ukriane.

    Folks it is a lot harder to do a 3am no knock evidence confiscation in a foreign country without the subject being alerted. Further if you are dealing with the Clinton’s you keep insurance, ask Vince Foster and Huma Abadein you will find them in complete agreement.

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  30. trialbytruth says:

    I find it interesting that so many people are.dismissive of the theory that the DNC server ended up being n Ukriane.

    Folks it is a lot harder to do a 3am no knock evidence confiscation in a foreign country without the subject being alerted. Further if you are dealing with the Clinton’s you keep insurance, ask Vince Foster and Huma Abadein you will find them in complete agreement.

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  31. calbear84 says:

    “I defeated the Bush Dynasty, I defeated the Clinton Dynasty, and I defeated the Obama…whatever you want to call it!”
    LOL I love our president!

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  32. zimbalistjunior says:

    sorry to hijack thread.
    important NYtimes article just dropped on IG report

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      And said what?

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    • linda4298 says:

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    • Brutalus says:

      Let me guess…evidence of FBI mistakes, but no bias….yawn…that seems to be the official line, as it was in the Hillary email report….however, I read the actual IG Hillary report and there was all sorts of bad stuff in there (including we’ll stop him) but the summary got hijacked…will it get hijacked again? And if it does, how in the world can our side allow that, again? This story is getting old…but I’m going to take a deep breath, wait for the actual report, read it from cover to cover, and pull out any ammo that is sure to be there…and then wait for Barr and Durham to act..because that’s all that really matters…either there will be indictments or not…and I will wait to see whom…but I’m not going to jump on this hyperventilating, run from good news to bad news like a chicken with my head chopped off…I will wait for the long term result…and trust Trump, God, and a large section of the uncorrupted American people

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      • MustangBlues says:

        Brutalus says:
        November 22, 2019 at 5:03 pm

        Lots of words strung together by dots, not a sentence, nor paragraph to read.

        Missed your brilliance whatever.

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  33. I think the Dem end game is no Impeachment in return for protecting main swamp dwellers. Impeachment, like Russia hoax, was part offensive and part defensive strategy. I don’t believe in the coincidence of the timing of these two “investigations”. Interesting if Trump will play or go scorched earth.

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  34. Margaret Berger says:

    NYt saying that sloppy mistakes were made no bias.

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  35. Loren says:

    To heck with FOX, see how they push the narrative! I swear, 24/7 news media needs more and more controversy to survive, without it they would not exist. You know something, I do not think they should exist.

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    • Ackman419 says:

      The entirety of the MSM forbid the uttering of Ciaramella’s name, despite the fact that anyone who cares to know already knows who he is. The biggest story of the week and the media won’t even say “Ciaramella”.
      That’s our MSM in a nutshell. Why even bother with them?
      It’s either outright lies, distortions, or lies by omission.

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  36. YY4U says:

    I am posting this on all threads because Treepers need to read it.
    https://www.claremont.org/crb/basicpage/the-empire-strikes-back/

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  37. Zippy says:

    Impeachment Theater Offers Americans Glimpse Of The Unseen-Unelected Who Actually Rule Over Us
    22 Nov 2019

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/impeachment-theatre-offers-americans-glimpse-unseen-unelected-who-actually-rule-over-us

    American voters have been introduced to the idea that the elected President of the United States can be accused of “undermining” foreign policy determined by the permanent bureaucracy, which spends billions of our tax dollars but is not even slightly interested in our input.

    We’ve been told top bureaucrats who supposedly serve at the pleasure of the president are actually entitled to their jobs and firing them is a crime, with the president presumed guilty unless he can prove he had an acceptable reason for terminating or reassigning them.

    We’ve learned that Made Men of the bureaucratic empire and its political wing, the Democrat Party, cannot be investigated for corruption unless the most exquisite preliminary rituals are followed and the investigators can demonstrate the absolute purity of their intentions.

    Outside of Impeachment Theater, we’ve been told it’s heroic for the bureaucracy to organize “resistance” against the elected president and congressional representatives, if the Washington empire disapproves of the voters’ choices.

    We’ve discovered obscure lower-court judges can hijack entire segments of national policy on a whim. Some of these imperial proclamations have been expressly premised on the notion that American citizens have less to say about their own government than foreign nationals do.

    We’ve learned a president the imperial bureaucracy likes can issue executive orders that cannot be reversed by presidents it disapproves of. The people are belatedly informed that some matters are settled forever on the “one man, one vote, one time” principle. The essence of self-government, the true right that matters above all others, is the right to say “no.”

    We’ve learned over the past three years that the American people no longer have that right in most cases, but their nominal employees in the federal government do. If the imperial bureaucracy makes a demand of you, good luck with trying to work up a “resistance” movement.

    Good luck getting any favorable attention from the media that has fused with that bureaucracy and enjoys a revolving door of employment with it. But if you, the Little People, cast votes the imperial bureaucracy doesn’t like… well, watch out. They’ll fight you every step of the way and spend untold millions of YOUR dollars against you. Then they’ll get in front of cameras and expect you to applaud them as heroes. It was always a swindle to convince the American people that democracy serves as a failsafe check against authoritarian power.

    We were fooled into thinking our government could never become dictatorial, no matter how much power it claims, because we can always vote the bums out. Guess what, kids? As we’ve seen since 2017, most of the power and money is controlled by people you never get to vote against. You learn that the people you don’t vote for are very capable of defending their privileges against the people who DO. And you learn that far more issues than you ever suspected are considered “settled.”

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    • Brutalus says:

      Sunshine is the best disinfectant …at least we know…at least for a generation or 2, they know we know…the rug has been ripped off…they can pretend all they want…they can go about their business thinking they have us hoodwinked, but there’s an edgy mood out there…u can feel it, even out here in CA…their names are known…we will tell our children and grandchildren about them…they’ve been exposed, even if some of them dont go to jail…everytime Comey or Clapper or Brennan walk into an elevator or a restaurant, they are marked people…their smugness has been replaced by wariness…they have been branded by history as villains and for at least a generation or 2 they know will not trust them and will undermine their reputation at every turn…the American people are not lost yet…we fought back in 2016 and we continue to fight back…the truth has a quality and tone of its own… these people have to look in the mirror every morning and know at the very least, the party is over…they may continue to profit in some way and pretend to yuck it up, but deep down they know we know they are complete scumbags…deep down they know they are corrupt and evil…deep down they know their names will go down in infamy

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  38. Fools Gold says:

    “We’ll see what happens”! As far as I know President Trump never gives a timeline on his strikes, just a little warning publicly. I’ve always taken him at his word, and will continue. This man is amazing. I’d like to have a long conversation with him. I love the way he communicates to the masses. He reminds of my mentor, an old electrician in the early 70’s. He was a say what you mean and mean what you say type fellow and his wisdom always caught my attention. Thank you Paul (bless his soul), you would have been so proud of Donald J Trump!

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  39. ristvan says:

    Finally found time to listen to the whole thing. Two amazing big picture important things, IMO :

    1. FISA abuse (spying) is the biggest scandal in country’s history, and goes to the top (Obama)! PDJT has been briefed by Barr, who saw the draft in September. PDJT is now confidently foreshadowing. He said never again. Durham will be bringing down Thor’s hammer on the conspiracy perps. Notice how Comey and Brennan have gone radio silent, and Clapper has already tried out the Nuremberg defense (just following Obama’s orders).

    2. Threw down the shampeachment gauntlet to Pelosi. IF you vote bogus articles of impeachment, I WANT a big long Senate trial. And my first two witness will be Schiff and whistleblower Ciaramella (you have known who he is for months, stop pretending you don’t) to show how you and they conspired to make all this schiff up. Checkmate, again.

    Stuff is about to hit the fan bigly. Big early Christmas presents from PDJT to Deplorables.

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  40. jmuniz1 says:

    I agree

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  41. jmuniz1 says:

    I agree

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  42. Magabear says:

    I listened to that interview while driving to work today and wanted to slap Brian Kilmeade more than a few times. He always has to get the last word in. People like that annoy me bigly.

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  43. littleanniefannie says:

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  44. Les Standard says:

    Mugshots of the currently identified coup insiders,




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  45. thehawkeyehoneypot says:

    I think everyone needs to reflect on the words of hillary clinton – at this point what difference does it make? I hate her as much as you can hate a person youve never met & it sickens me she might be right.

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  46. litlbit2 says:

    Finally we going there exposing those who can not function without massive lying, cheating, dishonesty. Connecting Soros money, Clinton corruption, Obama weaponizing, MSM promoting, DNC coverup!

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/11/breaking-dnc-operative-alexandra-chalupa-behind-trump-russia-hoax-is-linked-to-obama-doj-hacking-attacks-on-states-voting-systems-in-nov-2018/

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  47. Anon says:

    The Fox and Friends people were really obnoxious. “You claim you didn’t have due process”? WTF. And right from the beginning too – they opened calling him “Mr. Trump”.

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  48. law4lifeblog says:

    I haven’t read all 400+ comments, but WTH is with that idiot milquetoast Steve Douchey starting interview by addressing the President as “Mr. Trump”?

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