This day in Politics


Because it’s under 2A on this forum.


I meant the main story of the media. It’s not getting nearly the attention it should. Simply a horrific story.


You just posted info about it from two major news sources.

I don’t understand your complaint.


It is pure evil.


Good that they made it in before the cut-off!


Yerright- after posting articles from Today and CNN.

I can post dozens of articles from papers and media websites on this story. It was on the nightly news shows, also.

Maybe if you read a real newspaper or watched real news shows, you would have know this.


E.P.A. administrator Scott Pruitt was forced to resign after a parade of ethical controversies made him the subject of more than a dozen federal inquiries.

Forbes reported that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is accused of siphoning more than $120 million from various business associates.

ProPublica broke the story that three Mar-a-Lago members (who have never served in government or the military) have been steering VA policy from afar.

The Washington Post reported that Donald Trump’s hotel in New York City received a huge increase in revenue after members of the Saudi crown prince’s entourage booked rooms there.

The Kushner family unloaded its troubled Manhattan tower to a company that is also waiting for administration approval of another major business acquisition.

Trump lost his second bid to dismiss the ongoing emoluments clause lawsuit alleging self-dealing at his Washington D.C. hotel.

And of course, the ongoing trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has included allegations that he and/or aide Rick Gates falsified financial records, embezzled money, and possibly siphoned money from Trump’s inaugural committee.

:point_up::point_up::point_up: All of this is just in the last 6 weeks. :flushed:

Also from the article…


Here’s the update: It’s now about $41.7 million for major GOP outside groups to $12.3 million for the Democrats.


One of the lefty podcasts I listen to was saying that tying the GOP to corruption and running on real ethics reform is a good strategy to run on.

This can be employed more by people who are running for the first time… much like the TEA party revolt in 2010.


Is this a threat?


Lol! :rofl:


You can’t make this ■■■■ up.

The personal lawyers for President Donald Trump will guest host Sean Hannity’s radio show, the Fox News host announced Friday morning.

Hannity wrote on Twitter that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow, both of whom are serving as attorneys for Trump in a personal capacity, will replace him Friday during his daily radio show.





Joke lawyers for a joke President.

This is not normal.


State run media at it’s finest!


It’s the other way around.


Putin to Trump: Do what I say, bitch!!


Also Putin to Trump: We’re not getting the ROI I expected out of helping you win.


damn. could it be any more blatant?



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wow again…cray cray…