President Trump Lengthy Interview With Fox and Friends – FBI Director Chris Wray Skating on Thin Ice…

Earlier this morning President Trump called-in to Fox and Friends morning broadcast for a lengthy interview.  You can tell there are aspects to the interview adverse to the political interests of Fox News by the fact they did not present the interview for distribution.

However, that said, here’s a copy of the broadcast where President Trump discusses the efforts of the previous administration to target him and eliminate his presidency. If you want to understand President Trump’s perspective on FBI Director Chris Wray skip to @13:00 point of video; and comments on Jeff Sessions @15:20.

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127 Responses to President Trump Lengthy Interview With Fox and Friends – FBI Director Chris Wray Skating on Thin Ice…

  1. Matt Gaetz just called out Paul Ryan and Trey Gowdy for covering up for the FBI

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      RINO Paul “Lyin” Ryan who is now working his magic on Fox News, no doubt for big money…

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      • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

        I was pleasantly surprised by the lengthy Trump chat with Fox and Friends this morning.
        And if the way it went was less than pleasing to Paul Ryan, so much the better. That particularly loathsome blue-eyed prostitute of powerful people aught be discomfited. He may have backed the wrong team, while screwing you and me over, hard and dirty.
        Songs and Fat Ladies notwithstanding, the MSM will have to do back-flip double-gainers if they want to bury what an un-suffocated internet is about to share, spread, rinse-and-repeat of avalanching disclosures, releases and painfully obvious conclusions.

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        • I think the msm will “do back flip double gainers”.
          If they need to.
          They will bury it no matter what.

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        • Something happened to Paul Ryan. I don’t know what it was, whether it was a threat or a bribe or the first followed by the second; but I was looking at his speech at the Republican convention before the first Obama election, at the RNC conference. I have said it before, he is simply not a good enough actor. THAT Paul Ryan was heart and soul aware of our nation and was grateful.

          But if you look at his eyes as Boehner’s inebriated betrayal was coming to an end, you saw a man who initially resisted the Secretary job because of aspirations to be president.

          And THEN he made that strange announcement upon accepting the secretary job that this would be his last political job and then he put that fortress protection around his home. And then he traded in the modest little boat that he’d so proudly used for fishing, for an enormous boat. He began to wear all the trappings of wealth AND he had the same avoidance expression that had not been there when he’d spoken at the RNC conference years earlier…but that we’d seen in Boehner’s bleary eyes as he apparently drank himself insensible to avoid having to face what becoming another Obama as* kisser would demand of him in terms of betraying the American people so his next job would be a cushy wealth maker at the Chamber, where he’d be buddies with everyone deep state, no longer needing to make a pretense of being in an opposite party.

          Glenn Reynolds mentioned a book he was reviewing, some sort of sci fi. A person from the present goes t o the future and discovers an America with significantly dumbed down people…This is not a new idea. Yo u look at the old Star Trek series and they had people on other planets who the crew routinely praised as being such good and innocent people…and these people were ignorant and pagan, far from the kind of intelligence of a Plato or Socrates or Aquinas or Shakespeare.

          …and what are we today omitting from our education?

          It’s because our leaders are threatened by Americans with more ingenuity and courage than them.

          One weekend spent with a rich globalist in 2015 I learned of the pathological hatred for Trump that the globalists had.
          I also learned of the one world order and removal of borders from every nation that was their objective; and of their belief that their wealth and power accorded them the right to ‘compassionately’ invest in areas of the world that they deemed plausible as potential sectors of financial success…I
          The fact that over 2/3 of the world would not lend itself to that scenario I learned did not bother them at all, as they were firmly of the belief in the debunked myth that the world could only sustain 500 million people. I did the math, I recognized that my friend was telling me, expecting me to encourage him, that his noble intent to raise the expectations of people in now underdeveloped but peaceful regions, would come with the price of billions of people in war torn and terrorist and ‘hopeless’ regions.

          I knew the moment that Trump was elected that the globalist and all of his friends, expecting power,control and trillions (and never having to worry about keeping their passports current so that they didn’t have to pay taxes in whichever country one of their businesses dwelt) to be the future, would culminate in this moment, this current unified effort of the elite to break us.

          If we do not get off of the sidelines and borrow the ingenuity and courage of Trump to help him, we deserve every thing coming to us.

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          • KBR says:

            I am always surprised when people do not put 2+2 together.

            What flipped repubs to rinos during Obama years…so many so fast so thoroughly?
            KBR
            That was when the real spying on Americans began…and who would be spied upon first in his power grab? Anybody in the opposition party whether media or government, of course,

            Do you really believe these long time politicians had nothing they needed to hide?

            Betcha each and every one of them did. But now O had the evidence plain as day. Greed, sex, cheating, broken laws, whatever… Obama had all the evidence. It was flip or be shamed and/or in prison.

            Amazing how cowardly they were. I remember not one mea culpa, not one who chose to be free-er imprisoned in an institution choosing instead to imprison his own conscience and his own constituents as well.

            After going to the dark side to cover their own azzes, to keep their riches and faux-reputations, “well…that wasn’t so bad.. I am free, rich, powerful enough.”

            They made a deal with the devil. Old old story.

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          • He was part of the band of eight when all of the spying was going on…he knew…did nothing…culpable…quit

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      • All Too Much says:

        Hannity tries to respond to Gaetz by saying Gowdy “made a mistake.”
        Gaetz kept rolling, but c;mon Sean, truth is truth.

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        • Hannity still wants to be able to get Trey in for an interview, part of the same reason that he would soft ball Lindsay. These are weasels and they will not come in to territory where their flanks aren’t covered.

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          • DoggyDaddy says:

            Hannity can’t get good guests. Look at his laundry list of regulars and it’s a list of boastful do-nothings — Gowdy, Graham, Jarrett, Jordan, et al., they all talk big but are woefully short on achievement. Sorry, but loquacity does not equal accomplishment.

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            • steph_gray says:

              Jim Jordan is FAR from short on achievement.

              Please do not lump this patriot in with others.

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              • DoggyDaddy says:

                Disagree — he’s a windbag (I’m not questioning his patriotism). It’s always “we need to hold people accountable,” but when pressed he’s “well, we need to have a hearing/investigation.” If you know of his “accomplishments” (not words, but deeds) please let me know, change my mind.

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      • rickinhouston says:

        Ryan will be sunk by the re-emergence of the Imran Awan scandal. President Trump is NOT going to let that stay hidden under the rug.

        Pelosi and Ryan made that disappear.

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          If I remember correctly, the DOJ prosecutors were bending over backwards to just slap the wrist of Awan. Debbie Downer-Wassermann-Schultz pressured Capitol police in a public hearing to give back her laptop computer from their evidence room. The big picture is that these idiots, just like with their non-chalance about letting Hillary off , is that all of our biggest secrets are now known by foreign enemies who will make it harder for our brave but human Special Forces and CIA operatives from achieving victory in ALL future operations and battles. Hilary, just like Bill, still loathe our military.

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    • teabag14 says:

      Yes! I saw that. Couldn’t believe my ears! Thank you so much for validating!

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    • WSB says:

      Matt made Sean skip a beat! No wonder our President called out Wray. And Sessions was on MacCallum’s show tonight. Both were pathetic.

      Sessions claimed he had to recuse, but Martha never bothered to ask why then would he even have taken the job, knowing the President would be put in such a terrible position.

      GRRRRRRRR!

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      OMG that was so awesome. Sundance! Do Gaetz blowing up Roosterhead! Hannity speechless. I know right?

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      • CNN_sucks says:

        I saw that, too. Hannity looks so clueless if it is not scripted. Earlier, Hannity praised Roosterhead being a good prosecutor…never lost a case….blah.blah…blah.

        Finally, it shows we are just being played by Gowdy and Ryan. Thanks, Gaetz.

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        • jkcinsalem says:

          Played by Hannity, too. Mr. TicK Tock.

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          • Oh stop it. Trump is not a fool. Trump routinely gives Hannity credit as being the first person to be there for him.And Levin and O’Reilley credit Hannity for getting them to become Trump supporters.

            Do not be like lefties who turn completely on anyone unfaithful to the narrative.

            There are levels of complexity.

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            • Big Jake says:

              Hannity and Levin are frauds.

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              • kimosaabe says:

                That inane comment speaks far more about you than them. They are both on our side. Extremely so. You’re only legit complaint is you don’t like their style. Once again, another commenter running down those on our side as it’s more than evident the commenter does so because of their own shallow sense of importance. All it does is make you look lame. And little. #BeBetter.

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    • Minority of One says:

      Trey Gowdy is deep state.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I suspect many who don’t stand up do so not because they are DS but because they are cowards.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          That may apply to people like Sessions, and the majority of the Faux Nooz crew, but Gowdy doesn’t seem like a coward to me. He’s displayed cojones before when it befitted him, and he seems to know exactly what he’s doing.

          Right now, what he’s doing is being a talking head…easy job, for good money. It all seems to have paid off for him.

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        • BEtween the Clinton Foundation and the weaponized intelligence there is probably hardly any who are not at risk because of things that they either want kept hidden or because they fear for the lives of themselves or family.

          obama ran DC as the Clintons did, like a massive mafia operation.

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          • Judith says:

            Yes.. Shooting gallery softball games, anthrax poisoning, train derailments and exposed adoption secrets might do that to a person.. make them compliant, that is.

            These people are playing for keeps. They insist on their New/One World Order. Universities and social media work overtime to push racial justice, climate justice, all kinds of imagined problems and cookie cutter remedies. Glaringly omitted in their collective hallucinations is any sense of real justice, or protecting the rights of the individual in our Constitutional Republic.

            I’m reminded of the scene in Witness, when the farmer clangs his bell and all in the community drop what they’re doing to come to his assistance. How long can these Globalists keep their secrets? How many world citizens can they attack and threaten before humanity decides that enough is enough?

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            • William the Comptroller says:

              I attended my college reunion at a “prestigious” college and every speaker at during the commencement ceremony bashed Trump to big applause of the new grads and parents in the audience and the faculty up on the dais. Then the college president made a big deal about diversity about all aspects of the college “we have diversity of ‘political thought ‘”…. I almost yelled “Bullcrap” but I was too livid. 97% of faculty political donations went to Hillary. A poll of students politics:97% voted for Hillary , 2% for commie Jill Stein. Of the faculty:33% progressive, 50% “liberal”, 15% “moderate”, just 2% conservative. Even Bloomberg, who had spoken 2 years before as main speaker pointed out that the college had a problem with diversity of “thought”.

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        • You are exactly right. Like many, I suppose, Ryan was a good man, but couldn’t say no to wrong doing…weak…quit instead on confronting. Most good politicians go bad not because they are bad, but because they are weak—they are insecure and care too much about being accepted by the cool kids.

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          • aumechanic says:

            I don’t understand how they were good men, when corruption called they stood up and stuck both hands out at the nations expense. But there is a religion u can pay dues to and they will walk in circles calling each other good men.

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      • David M Kitting says:

        Why? Consider the source. Too many politicians are lawyers, Mr. Gowdy notwithstanding.
        Normal people rightfully assume the title of ‘American’ refers to a citizen of The United States. Perhaps, Mr. Gowdy’s ‘fellow Americans’ refer to the Communist elements of Central and/or South America. Too many lawyers make a living out of twisting the meanings of words solely for the obfuscation of truth.

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    • Rj says:

      Rooster boy should have been held over to take this lashing on top of his feather he’ll.
      Paul Ryan is a piece of garbage and is responsible directly for the damage being done to this country and the corruption filled intelligence community while laying down and letting Osama do whatever he pleased with no push back by dick head Ryan.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        While it’s good for this info to be out….can’t change the past, rather we should focus in the future. Really important to win back the House, keep the Senate and re-elected POTUS Donald J Trump!

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        • and even more importantly help to raise the people that Trump has been mentoring to carry on after him.

          there is far too much expectation that THIS Democratic/socialist group will be there to take over after Trump….anybody who thinks that this country can survive with most of these people AND the embedded state department and special interests still in position, is nuts.

          Trump’s vow to gut deep state is a serious goal for him because he is well aware that leaving office with them still there is like our leaving the people of Vietnam…2 million people slaughtered..or like leaving iraq the way we did, with ISIS and Al Quaeda ready to take over because Obama had given money and leverage to them to do so.

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    • BitterC says:

      Thanks for posting…I was only 1/2 listening and thought I misheard 🙂
      Starts around 24:50

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  2. Perot Conservative says:

    I don’t understand the comment “not present the interview for distribution”?

    Does that mean not broadcast, but online?

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  3. starfcker says:

    I like what President Trump is saying about Wray. He’s toast. I look forward to “acting” FBI Director Ric Grenell.

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  4. sundance says:

    President Trump current opinion of FBI Director Chris Wray.

    .

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      POTUS kept saying that Wray was appointed by Rod Rosenstein and that a lot of things are coming out in the next few weeks. It seems that Wray is toast.

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      • The Boss says:

        Listen to President Trump at 16:56 thru 17:06 as he mentions Rosenstein, then pulls back a touch. I’d take from THOSE comments that RR is also toast.

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        • All Too Much says:

          That was funny.
          Something was right there at the tip of his tongue and he held it.
          “You’ll see.”

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        • deeperinfo says:

          Sounds like President Trump is giving RR an opportunity to Flyp. (Or smoke screen)

          Where are the betting boards: Who Flyps First?

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          • G. Alistar says:

            Who says RR has not already flipped….long ago?

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            • D W says:

              I’ve wondered about that but it’s sure a long time to be walking the tightrope between both sides, especially with stakes this high.

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          • William the Comptroller says:

            Samantha Power might flip first as she would hate to be stuck in the hoosgow knowing her small kids would be at home with old and creepy Cass Mr. Nudge Sussstein….

            I just hope there is a way to drag Chelsea into this fiasco so that she, also a young mom with kids and a jobless scruffy loser hubbie, would turn on her own parents like that celebrated Bolshevik farmboy who turned in his parents under Lenin.

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      I think there’s a lot of republicans implicated in the recent document releases. Particularly in the legislature. Gaetz called out Gowdy and Ryan tonight, but that’s just a start. I suspect vichy republicans are making sure only the Wrays of the world get confirmed. The reason President Trump can’t get control of the agencies we elected him to run is the republicans.

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    • pretty obvious the petty left was drooling for a pardon so they could add another endless salvo subject like tax returns. Curses again!

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    • free1 says:

      Did you also notice the great praise he gave on Grenell?

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    • Janie M. says:

      “Disappointed” with Wray? Leads me to believe, he’s on the chopping block.

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    • dorothea brooke says:

      When the Prez says, “Let’s see what happens,” that means the person is going to be fired.

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    • MVW says:

      THE BIGGEST BLOCKBUSTER is that **Sean had the words from the original 302**. Clearly, ****FLYNN DID NOT LIE****
      I had not realized the original 302 had been found. Bill Barr should have included that for the reason to dismiss the case. Flynn was completely innocent. Wray had this hidden, to claim otherwise is utter corruption or incompetence. That original 302 was actually available.
      Fire Wray NOW.
      SPIT!
      The truth of the original 302 that Flynn did not lie is THE BIGGEST NEWS, bigger than the reason for the ambush perjury trap that Barr cited. This stinks!

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      • MVW says:

        The original 302 key statement is at 19:44 in case you want to see it. Sean calls the original 302 a ‘draft’ but the supposed final 302 was rewritten by Page to make Flynn a liar.

        FRAUD!

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    • Jenevive says:

      Look at the sour faces on the fox hosts not the first time either.

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  5. RedBallExpress says:

    The President is very patient with a bunch of crooks that survived the “Mad Cow” pandemic including Joe Biden.

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  6. Cathy M. says:

    Wray is a goof-ball and a “yes” man.

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  7. Eric says:

    The pause of disgust when talking about Rosenstein was telling.

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  8. randyinrocklin says:

    I LOVE IT!!!!!

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  9. Snowmaze says:

    How long can the MSM hide this from the public?

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  10. Rj says:

    I always knew Chris Christie the Whale was a pos and is no good and is part of the deep state. Plus the fact when the Fan Belt Inspectors were in surveillance Mode and capturing video of John Gotti and his “social club” the whale was on video going in and out of them Mafia hideouts.

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  11. carthoris says:

    Dear President Donald J. Trump,
    I have an ax. I’m pretty good with it and have taken down Douglas Fir tress with it. I’m sure I would have no trouble at all breaking up some this ice with it. Feel free to call.
    P.S. I also know how to use dynamite just in case that ice is very stubborn..

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    • Drogers says:

      Dear President Donald J. Trump,

      You’ve got a lot of supporters in these parts. We got housewives, lawyers, active duty/retired military … We got truck drivers, doctors, a few old hippies, some brand new voters … We bankers, brick layers, waitresses, models.

      But mostly … We got your six.

      P.S. I used to a fair shot w/ a long gun, just point me in the right direction.

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  12. Trump attributing the Wray selection to Rosenstein is a good as disowning him.

    Hard to believe Wray will be there much longer.

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    • Madglobal says:

      “I learned from Nixon”…lol…he knew the game that the low IQ deep state was playing all along. Our VSGPDJT has the patience of Job! He has been gaming this all along and probably knew he would survive once he fired Comey.

      To Sundance’s earlier point, it sure sounds like Grenell’s disclosures over the next few days will force Barr’s hand. He will have to prosecute these treasonous fools.

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  13. Perot Conservative says:

    OBAMA JUST LEAKED TO YAHOO NEWS – he must be shaken!

    Concerned about the “rule of law”.

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  14. Chance the Gardner says:

    On Fox News Board sits a person who needs to explain his gang of eight involvement with the coup. He needs to explain blocking subpoenas. How he did not pursue discovery and blocked congress’ investigation. Why has fox not mentioned and interviewed board member Paul Ryan?

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  15. zoomie68 says:

    I do not believe anyone has discussed the issue of personal liability for Federal Officers in the case of intentional torts and/or actual malice. Federal officers are not protected from personnel liability under the Federal Tort Claims Act if the officer was acting with malice or outside the scope of their duties. Seems to me that LTG Flynn, and Messieurs Papadapolis, et al will be able to sue not only the Federal Government, but will also be able to sue Comey, McCabe, Strzok, and the other conspirators for legal fees, actual damages and punitive damages. That would be APPROPRIATE JUSTICE! What say you legal eagle Treepers.

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    • MagaMia says:

      I am no legal eagle, but wanted to say that it’s disgraceful that the perps profit from their crimes via book deals, go fund me accounts, jobs as MSM contributors, etc…….Certainly they are free to do that, but wouldn’t you love to see Congress pass a ‘criminal acts windfall profits tax’ and tax their profits at 100%? Crime should not pay.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        The MSM contracts are a functional part of the coverup. Giving Brennan, Clapper, McCabe, Weissman, et al. a public voice allows them to promote the propaganda that everything happening now is “vindictive, politically-motivated, above the Rule of Law, Barr needs to be impeached, Trump may still be a Russian asset” etc. etc. “He must be hiding something!” It’s all a bunch of crap, and the MSM, as a functional component, is out of options.

        Imagine: you own a Cable News outlet… and you hire THE former Deputy/Acting FBI Director to be a “special contributor”… which sounds fantastic, until you realize, amongst other things, THE GUY WAS FIRED FOR LYING TO FEDERAL INVESTIGATORS. So maybe the contract isn’t such a good idea? Unless… you have a “good reason” for going ahead with the contract anyway.

        Remember, the MSM had a role in all of this, so they have themselves to protect as well. And Propagandists will Propagandize.

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  16. Obozo speaks! to Yahoo.
    scotty, scotty can you hold em together?!
    Im tryyying captin, but can ya give me another 6 months??

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  17. TradeBait says:

    Gaetz with the top rope take down of Rooster, All Hat No Cattle Gowdy. Rooster is controlled opposition. We all know who the Uni-party is and was at that time. As PDT says, “that’s a beautiful thing” that we clearly know. Now our jobs are to dig, vote, and influence others to vote red because PDT and the patriots are building the new Constitutionally supported conservative party. After the thrashing to come the Dims will have to rebrand with the RINO’s to have any influence at all.

    MAGA.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Same as “I can’t do anything because I might interfere with an investigation” Lindsay Graham

      So if investigations go past elections, Lindsay can’t ask any questions until Dems control the committees.

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  18. Tl Howard says:

    I suspect Obama is going to play a few cards soon–he wants to force lines to be drawn. It’s his “If you’re black, you had better never vote for this guy.”

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  19. disgusted citizen says:

    Oboohoo on Yahoo lying out of his wazoo…

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  20. SR says:

    Barr must be agreed for firing Wray and deep state indictments . Now PTrump is commanding position and it’s do or die before election. Unemployment rate will be in single digit by Aug.

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  21. burginthorn says:

    President Trumps comments on Nixon were a surprise and enjoyable. “I learned a lot by watching Richard Nixon, don’t fire people, I learned a lot, I study history” coming from a guy who is world famous for saying “You’re fired!” that’s my kind of humor right there. Thank you Mr President 🙂

    But what President Trump says next is nuclear! “they’re a bunch of crooks and they got caught” …”the one person I did a very good thing in firing was the dirty cop Comey. When I fired him the whole thing blew up. They were rating on each other, they were going crazy, it was like throwing a rock at a hornets nest”

    BOOOM!!!!

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  22. HidetheDecline says:

    It should also be pointed out that Trump praises Bill Barr to the hilt. That shouldn’t be discounted.

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  23. Erik Heter says:

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  24. T2020 says:

    Wray fell through the ice a while ago.

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  25. GB Bari says:

    The President knows how to drop a teaser…. He’s been dealing with media a long time.

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  26. Pa Hermit says:

    Wray gotta go!

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  27. Feisty Hayseed says:

    The article, “Obama, Biden Oval Office Meeting On January 5 Was Key To Entire Anti-Trump Operation” by Mollie Hemingway, explains very nicely and concisely why the Obama FBI & DoJ needed to neutralize both General Michael Flynn (Get him fired or indicted) and AG Jeff Sessions (Force him to recuse himself) to prevent either or both from discovering and exposing their criminal activity creating the Trump-Russia collusion delusion narrative. Leaking Top Secret information at critical points to Fake News Media was essential to moving their operation along.

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/05/08/obama-biden-oval-office-meeting-on-january-5-was-key-to-entire-anti-trump-operation/

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  28. arsumbris says:

    Good ‘ol Trusty Plan Wray…

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    • KBR says:

      “We are in this together”…
      Hmm seems I hear that all the time in the advertisements these days…before I can fast-forward past them all.

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  29. truthbomb says:

    Jeff Sessions keeps saying he was required to recuse himself from the Russia investigation. What he fails to address is his duty to determine whether that investigation was valid in the first place. It would not have taken long to see that “there was no there there”. SMH.

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    • Conservative_302 says:

      My problem with Sessions is he chose to save/recuse himself, instead of, our country when we needed him the most. He will never outlive this bad choice.

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      • rjones99 says:

        Sessions is scum. He was part of it. Played his role perfectly. Made sure he didn’t leave any finger prints. The only reason he’s running again is to give fake republicans another vote for a future impeachment. I hope AL is smart enough to spit him out like the piece of absolute sh*t that he is. Short of that, a wish him a speedy heart attack or stroke.

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  30. septro says:

    You guys give Paul Ryan way too much credit for being a sell-out. He was inexperienced in domestic, global and geo-political affairs and was in WAY over his head attempting to lead a political party in Congress. He got out-played and out-maneuvered.

    When trying to figure out most these players – remember this quote from True Detective, “..don’t exhaust yourself navigating crude men who believe themselves to be clever”

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  31. rjones99 says:

    I really love President Trump. We are so blessed as a nation to have him.

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  32. Free Speech says:

    If Wray’s obstructionist controllers had half a brain, they’d let him put on a good show of being a Trump ally so he’d have a shot at sticking around. But these people aren’t smart. They just have more options because their corruption allows them to shamelessly do anything.

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  33. Peoria Jones says:

    This was a VERY enlightening.interview. Well worth the 50 minutes, up to the end.

    Thanks for making this available, SD. Hope everyone here takes the time to hear what POTUS really has to say about a lot of things.

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  34. cdor1 says:

    Totally unnecessary, Mr. President. Jeff Sessions is gone and now you have Barr. Be thankful and move forward. You can talk about Sessions and Mueller and Pelosi and the rest in your memoirs. Now is not the time. Finally, the blocks are falling and the truth is standing tall. May the truth continue to rise and the snakes slither away.

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    • MAGADJT says:

      Yet another armchair political strategist who wants to ‘advise’ POTUS on what to say and how to act. After he won in 2016 against all odds, doing exactly what he is doing now.

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      • cdor1 says:

        So am I to believe your chairs have no arms? On Wednesday morning November 9th, 2016 I woke up to my wife saying, “You won’t believe it!” I knew immediately she meant that Trump had won. I jumped out of bed and like Archimedes, I burst out the door and ran down the street naked yelling EUREKA!
        Can you beat that @magadjt? What did you do when you found out DJT had won?

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        • cdor1,
          Ahem … I knew he would win having followed his live broadcast of rallies and debates for months before the election – actually since he declared his run for Presidency. Having seen 0bama’s “rallies” in 2008 and Hillary’s “performance” in 2016, it was a no-brainer to walk away with the conclusion that it will be President-elect Trump on November 9th 2016. No need for me to go out there shouting “EUREKA”.
          Coming back to your original comment – President Trump is doing exactly what he needs to do when he mentions Jeff Sessions. Who else will remind the electorate for the past three years of suffering, of not only his Presidency, but of this beautiful great nation?
          FYI – If you are curious, my chairs do not have arms.
          Disclaimer: I have to admit though that in 2016, I had no idea how corrupt and sleazy the MSM / DNC / FBI / DOJ / etc. were. Credit goes to Sundance on my education and subsequent clarity I have today.

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  35. humaweiner says:

    Wray is dirty, like Sid Blumenthal dirty.

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  36. Troublemaker10 says:

    The whole Rosenstein thing is still a mystery to me. Hope it does come out (as Trump indicated).

    It is clear Rosenstein was on the side of the coup. He facilitated it, but he wasn’t in charge of it. It is almost like he was following orders of McCabe, Strzck, or whoever was leading that thing. Whether he chose that side, or was blackmailed I don’t know.

    Something happened after that long plane ride with Trump. It’s like he was told they had him, or something, but he played the game differently after that . I don’t know if he flipped or what. However, he was like a “dead man walking” after that all the way til he resigned.

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