Post by firstname.lastname@example.org Post by El Castor Post by Josh Rosenbluth Post by islander
In the news today: Steve Bannon's new book blasts Trump and his family.
Inside the Trump White House" accuses Donald Jr. of treason and supports
those who claim that Trump knew about the Russian connection, approved
it, and was a party to the collusion. He also accuses the Trump family
of money laundering in extensive dealings with the Russians.
Looks like Mueller will be talking with Bannon soon!
The book was written by Michael Wolfe, and I believe Bannon wasn't
claiming to have personal knowledge of Trump's direct connection or of
money laundering. Trump's reaction is classic Trump, whine and cry like
the petulant narcissist he is.
As long as he cuts corporate taxes, builds his wall, (etc), I don't
give a damn if he whines, cries, beats his breast, and howls at the
Do you still believe he will build a wall that Mexico will pay for?
I don't either.
Do you believe he will build a wall that the US will pay for?
I don't believe it will happen Beav. The dems aren't going to
want to support the cost of it. The republicans aren't going to
support the cost of it, because they still have to act concerned
about deficit spending, and it might impede the flow of slave
I do believe he will put on a great show of blaming others
for the wall not being built, and with his calibre I am sure
he believes most of us are buying his bs.
I believe he will build a wall -- not one the length of the entire
border, but at least in the most vulnerable, wall friendly terrain.
Will Mexico pay for it, probably not. Trump has Dems by the balls with
the DACA issue. Hopefully we will see movement on the wall, chain
migration, visa overstays, and more teeth in border enforcement. BTW I
bought his "bs" on corporate tax cuts and he delivered. Have you
noticed that the stock market is up more than 25%, and there are
plausible predictions of 3% GDP growth this year?
Post by email@example.com Post by El Castor Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Bannon represents a key Trump constituency, the economic nationalists
who appealed to rust belt Reagan Democrats who despise establishment
globalist Republicans like Mitch McConnell. I'm not sure how Trump and
the GOP electorally survive a split between Bannon and Trump.
The book paints a fascinating picture of a dysfunctional campaign that
didn't want to win and didn't do any better once in power.
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Actually, The Whining Donald - being the different as different as can be
president that he The Whining Donald clearly is - should seriously consider
invading and annexing all of Mexico much as Putin did with the Crimea. A
number of key pluses results from such action:
- There will be no need whatsoever to build that wall between current day
United States and current day Mexico.
- The long held Manifest Destiny dream by those American of yesteryear will
- Inasmuch as all of present day Mexico becomes American territory, all
inhabitants become US citizens and - as US citizens - can go wherever they
want in the United States legally and freely, thereby freeing up precious
ICE resources to now really concentrate on those Muslims and other
- All of Mexico's oil resources become that of the US.
- NAFTA will no longer be a concern/problem for The Whining Donald.
- All those elitists among the rich, the wealthy, and the privileged can now
have Hispanic servants without fear of ICE raids.
- And if a wall is still needed, such a wall along the southern border of
current Mexico with Guatemala will be much, much shorter and therefore much,
much more inexpensive.
- The truly imaginative would vie for - rather than a wall - a great big
ditch at least a mile or so wide and several hundred feet deep between that
southern border of current Mexico and Guatemala because not only would such
a ditch serve as a real deterrent, but also as a real alternative to the
etc., etc., etc.