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Old Yesterday, 08:32 AM
 
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Which of the Dem challengers is trailing Trump in the polls? None.
Which polls? Let me guess, the poll of your liking, right?
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Old Yesterday, 08:34 AM
 
Location: Pennsylvania
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Not only liberals have nightmares about this illegal president. His whining and sniveling about how everyone picks on him is getting worse. He needs to go. He is not fit to be president of anything, let alone, president and commander and chief of the U.S.

Now, Mitch is blocking bills to secure our elections. What corruption and downright weirdness that Mitch has for his president.

The U.S. deserves so much better. Someone needs to kick Mitchs' and Trumps' collective rears, along with Barr.

Maga, dump trump and all of his little buddies!
Please be quiet. You'll have your chance to vote him out in 2020. There won't be any so-called Russian collusion this time --- all you have to do is win the electoral college vote. That's the one that counts.
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Old Yesterday, 08:34 AM
 
Location: Lee County, NC
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Yes, as Pelosi said, "We will continue to look for crimes."
And if we can't find any, we'll just make some up and hope they stick.
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Old Yesterday, 09:14 AM
 
Location: Pyongjang
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Hillary has a 99.9% chance to win
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Old Yesterday, 09:16 AM
 
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Please be quiet. You'll have your chance to vote him out in 2020. There won't be any so-called Russian collusion this time --- all you have to do is win the electoral college vote. That's the one that counts.
That would include "effort".... Hillary didnt even go to wisconsin in 2016.... thats why she lost it
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Old Yesterday, 09:18 AM
 
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IMO there will be no impeachment ,i think the American voters will vote the bum out of office at the end of next year.
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Old Yesterday, 09:32 AM
 
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Again? How many times were these guys wrong? The had 9 Hillary Clinton donor, FBI lawyers, trying to frame Trump, and they couldn't even do it
"Through public records, we were able to independently confirm that at least 12 people on Mueller’s staff are registered Democrats. They ones we confirmed are Greg Andres, Rush Atkinson, Ryan Dickey, Michael Dreeben, Kyle Freeny, Andrew Goldstein, Adam Jed, Elizabeth Prelogar, James Quarles, Jeannie Rhee, Brandon Van Grack, and Andrew Weissmann.
Another member of Mueller’s team -- Aaron Zelinsky -- has been reported to be a registered Democrat by both the Washington Post and the Daily Caller. The Daily Caller also reported that Zelinsky wrote, "I’m a Democrat," in a Huffington Post column supporting same-sex marriage in November 2012"


"Two of the 13 publicly known Mueller staffers donated what might be characterized as "big" sums to Clinton’s 2016 campaign -- Quarles, with $2,700, and Rhee, with $5,400. During the 2016 campaign cycle, $2,700 was the maximum donation an individual could make to a campaign. Such a donation could be made twice -- once for the primary campaign and then again for the general election.
A third member of the team, Weissmann, donated $2,300 to Clinton, but that was in 2007, when she was making her first presidential run. (The Daily Caller separately reported that he attended Clinton’s election-night party in 2016.)
Three other team members donated smaller amounts: $250 by Freeny and Prelogar, and $200 by Atkinson."


"Mueller’s team does have 13 registered Democrats and no registered Republicans, and several team members made donations to Clinton’s campaign in various amounts."

https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-m...about-Mueller/
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Old Yesterday, 09:35 AM
 
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Not only liberals have nightmares about this illegal president. His whining and sniveling about how everyone picks on him is getting worse. He needs to go. He is not fit to be president of anything, let alone, president and commander and chief of the U.S.

Now, Mitch is blocking bills to secure our elections. What corruption and downright weirdness that Mitch has for his president.

The U.S. deserves so much better. Someone needs to kick Mitchs' and Trumps' collective rears, along with Barr.

Maga, dump trump and all of his little buddies!
"about this illegal president"

If you are going to make a claim BACK IT UP!

Based on your entire baseless rant of a post, me thinks you are a "bit" biased!
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Old Yesterday, 09:35 AM
 
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Which polls? Let me guess, the poll of your liking, right?
Show me the polls that have Trump leading anyone. We know what happened to Hillary. Comey`s email fiasco and a substantial number of Bernie`s pouting supporters who voted for Trump. Who saw that coming?
https://www.npr.org/2017/08/24/54581...p-survey-finds
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Old Yesterday, 09:36 AM
 
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Not only liberals have nightmares about this illegal president. His whining and sniveling about how everyone picks on him is getting worse. He needs to go. He is not fit to be president of anything, let alone, president and commander and chief of the U.S.

Now, Mitch is blocking bills to secure our elections. What corruption and downright weirdness that Mitch has for his president.

The U.S. deserves so much better. Someone needs to kick Mitchs' and Trumps' collective rears, along with Barr.

Maga, dump trump and all of his little buddies!
Surely you jest? You call Trump an "illegal president" yet you probably jump all over anyone's inquiry concerning the authenticity of Obama's birth certificate, right? You probably believed Barry was legal, right?

And speaking of "little buddies"..............
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