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Old 07-25-2019, 07:47 AM
 
Location: NE Ohio
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That's the reality facing tRump now, and it appears that he's fully cognizant of it.

Yesterday's hearing made it clear that he can be prosecuted for his crimes once he leaves office. It's just that old 1970s DOJ policy that's keeping his head above water now.

Well, that and the most corrupt AG in history.

So, look for a very entertaining campaign ahead, folks.

It'll be down in the mud and slime for the Pubs as they do their damnedest to get tRump re-elected. The GOP has tied it's wagon to tRump 100% and they're now ready to follow him over the cliff.

"We'll see what happens."

Who is "the most corrupt A.G. in history?" The Hearing made no such determination. Certainly not William Barr.

And, by the way, our President's name is Donald Trump. (Your clever spelling is so 'high school!')

 
Old 07-25-2019, 07:47 AM
 
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There's a simple con way out.. If he loses in 20 he resigns a few weeks before the next president takes over and he has Pence pardon him.. Same situation in 24 probably if he wins.. Its what crooks do.. See Nixon
 
Old 07-25-2019, 07:50 AM
 
Location: annandale, va & slidell, la
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Originally Posted by Old Gringo View Post
That's the reality facing tRump now, and it appears that he's fully cognizant of it.

Yesterday's hearing made it clear that he can be prosecuted for his crimes once he leaves office. It's just that old 1970s DOJ policy that's keeping his head above water now.

Well, that and the most corrupt AG in history.

So, look for a very entertaining campaign ahead, folks.

It'll be down in the mud and slime for the Pubs as they do their damnedest to get tRump re-elected. The GOP has tied it's wagon to tRump 100% and they're now ready to follow him over the cliff.
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"We'll see what happens."

Now your credibility has gone to zero. Your side-----the leftist violent side, is down and out!
 
Old 07-25-2019, 07:50 AM
 
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There's a simple con way out.. If he loses in 20 he resigns a few weeks before the next president takes over and he has Pence pardon him.. Same situation in 24 probably if he wins.. Its what crooks do.. See Nixon


So do you leftists actually believe this, or are you just venting?


If the left really believes this, they are far more crazy than I thought.


Have you noticed that the leftist have gone from simmering, to a boil, and now they are ready to blow the lid off in insanity.


It must really suck to be a lib; their hate and anger has to spill into their personal lives. One cannot be so hateful and angry without it consuming you and becoming a dominant part of your life.
 
Old 07-25-2019, 07:51 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Old Gringo View Post
That's the reality facing tRump now, and it appears that he's fully cognizant of it.

Yesterday's hearing made it clear that he can be prosecuted for his crimes once he leaves office. It's just that old 1970s DOJ policy that's keeping his head above water now.

Well, that and the most corrupt AG in history.

So, look for a very entertaining campaign ahead, folks.

It'll be down in the mud and slime for the Pubs as they do their damnedest to get tRump re-elected. The GOP has tied it's wagon to tRump 100% and they're now ready to follow him over the cliff.

"We'll see what happens."

Agreed.

Trump is trying to spin this another way, but the facts are clear. If Trump were out of office the Department of Justice could prosecute him for his crimes, and get a conviction.

That Trump is a liar has never been in dispute, beginning with his first week in office when he started that kerfuffle about crowd sizes. He has ben misrepresenting the facts ever since.

After that first week Trump never again had a higher approval rating than his disapproval rating, he lost everyone in that first week. Trump does not have much chance staying out of jail. He will lose reelection and the Federal government and the states will prosecute him. He will spend many months shuttling from jail cells to courtrooms and back again.
 
Old 07-25-2019, 08:18 AM
Status: "She was warned yet STILL she persisted" (set 1 day ago)
 
Location: CO/UT/AZ/NM Catch me if you can!
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You must have been watching a different Hearing than the rest of us.

The Mueller Hearing on Wednesday did one thing: "The Democrats lost, the President and the country won, and the case is closed." — Jay Sekulow

The Hearing totally discredited the Report and the Mueller investigation. There was no case for "obstruction." As the Report said, "It [obstruction] presented difficult questions of law and fact." As Jay Sekulow pointed out, if "it presents difficult questions of law and fact, you don't bring the case. And he didn't." No case for obstruction. "Obstruction by Tweet?" LOL

Secondly, the law used to justify possible claims of obstruction were misapplied. This was clearly pointed out in the Hearing.

Bottom line. Case Closed
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Oh well, if JAY SEKULOW says so than it must be true. Which hearing in which parallel universe did you not watch, anyhow?

Chairman Jerry Nadler of the House Judiciary Committee was ready. The questions pointed and direct, and Mueller's answers were terse and brief:

CHAIRMAN NADLER: President Trump has said that your report completely exonerated him. But that is not what your report said, is it?

MUELLER: Correct, that is not what the report said.

NADLER: Did you totally exonerate the President?

MUELLER: No.

...

NADLER: Does that say that there was no obstruction?

MUELLER: No.

Nadler: Did you actually totally exonerate the president?

Mueller: No.

Nadler: In fact, your report expressly states that it does not exonerate the president.

Mueller: It does.


#MuellerHearings https://www.cbsnews.com/live-news/ro...ss-2019-07-24/ ...

Bottom line, mind closed.
 
Old 07-25-2019, 08:20 AM
 
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You can only get away w/ so much. We've seen a lot of deemed "untouchables" go down within the last few years. I think T is really walking on a slippery slope.
 
Old 07-25-2019, 08:25 AM
 
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What world do you live on?
Most people with that opinion are still space travelers but they are on the way to the planet Uranus !!!

The say it has an aromatic atmosphere short on oxygen !!!

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/s...system/uranus/

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Old 07-25-2019, 08:26 AM
 
Location: The middle of nowhere
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You can only get away w/ so much. We've seen a lot of deemed "untouchables" go down within the last few years. I think T is really walking on a slippery slope.
As long as he has the full support of his base, I think Trump is invincible.

Anyways, to answer the OP, second term most likely.
 
Old 07-25-2019, 08:29 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Old Gringo View Post
That's the reality facing tRump now, and it appears that he's fully cognizant of it.

Yesterday's hearing made it clear that he can be prosecuted for his crimes once he leaves office. It's just that old 1970s DOJ policy that's keeping his head above water now.

Well, that and the most corrupt AG in history.

So, look for a very entertaining campaign ahead, folks.

It'll be down in the mud and slime for the Pubs as they do their damnedest to get tRump re-elected. The GOP has tied it's wagon to tRump 100% and they're now ready to follow him over the cliff.

"We'll see what happens."

I'm still waiting for the Dems to charge Bush and Cheney for their supposed "war crimes" because that's what the Dems said back when impeachment against Bush failed.
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