Orange is the new President

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Try it again. I fixed the link.
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With the firing the Director of Cybersecurity, I think Trump's petulance has crossed over into full-blown insanity.
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Aresen wrote: 19 Nov 2020, 10:25 With the firing the Director of Cybersecurity, I think Trump's petulance has crossed over into full-blown insanity.
Donald Trump wrote:The recent statement by Chris Krebs on the security of the 2020 Election was highly inaccurate, in that there were massive improprieties and fraud
Even taking for granted "Trump's a malignant narcissist" and "narcissists don't handle losing well," I am astonished by how badly Trump has been behaving -- and how utterly fucking craven the Republican politicos have been about him. To the point of crazy shit like "senators are urging Georgia's [Republican] Secretary of State to resign because he said the state election results are legit rather than fraudulent."

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It is bizarre how their latest legal arguments seem to boil down to "fuck it, just declare us the winners, OK?"
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As many have said before, what worries me isn't even Trump himself, but what notes a more competent would-be dictator is picking up from this. The only thing that saved America from Trump is Trump's own incompetence and lack of interest in the actual day-to-day job of the presidency. The next guy the GOP chooses to stiggit to the libs might actually succeed.
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If Trump supporters wanted a tough guy, why did they elect such a whiny bitch? - Mo

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Aresen wrote: 22 Nov 2020, 18:12 Will Trump admit that it's over now that the fat boy has sung?

Chris Christie tells Trump to end election lawsuits, calls his legal team ‘national embarrassment’
Christie is a part of the conspiracy.
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Everyone that isn't towing the line is part of the conspiracy. Everyone.
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Well if anyone knows about being a national embarrassment, it's Christie.
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Hugh Akston wrote: 22 Nov 2020, 22:31 Well if anyone knows about being a national embarrassment, it's Christie.
He'll be called as an expert witness at the hearing. No one will object.
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Trump has pardoned Michael Flynn

1) How many of his cronies will he pardon by noon January 20, 2021?
2) Who will he pardon next?
3) Will he pardon Jr.? And Jared? And Ivanka?
4) Will he attempt to pardon himself?
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Better be careful. At some point it stops being a list of pardons and becomes "the people who the select subcommittee will be calling as part of their investigation."
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Shem wrote: 25 Nov 2020, 23:52 Better be careful. At some point it stops being a list of pardons and becomes "the people who the select subcommittee will be calling as part of their investigation."
I doubt Trump is capable of that kind of consequential insight.
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Aresen wrote: Yesterday, 00:40
Shem wrote: 25 Nov 2020, 23:52 Better be careful. At some point it stops being a list of pardons and becomes "the people who the select subcommittee will be calling as part of their investigation."
I doubt Trump is capable of that kind of consequential insight.
Yes, but the top-notch legal minds he's...oh, wait.
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