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by Wry Catcher at Sep 16, 2018
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President Trump promised to drain the swamp; it appears he's having trouble following through with this promise as swamp continues to become more toxic.

Fact Check: The Nikki Haley Curtain Kerfuffle

$52,000 seems to be chump change, especially when our tax dollars are used frivolously by Trump's appointees, who feel they have a blank check to spend our money and not their own, for personal items, travel and other extra legal perks.

Q. What has Trump done about this theft

A. Nothing.
by Polishprince at Sep 16, 2018
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A new system has been established where in the case of emergency, the President will be able to text every cell phone in the country simultaneously in the case of emergency.

Keep the people up to date on the activities of the US Presidency, a lot of people don't have Twitter.

You don't have to sign up for notifications, everyone will receive the Presidential Texts automatically.

This is great, as Americans will never be out of touch with their President as he returns America to greatness.
by Witchit at Sep 9, 2018
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For perjury in Congressional testimony — and LOOK WHO’S REVIEWING IT!

That last bit, "more than anyone" - yeah. More than anyone who wants the power so bad he can taste it. He is a partisan, corrupt, lying misogynist who wants to flip Roe v Wade, pardon Trump, give more money to the wealthy, etc etc etc.

But from a legal perspective, I guess all that really matters is that he lied. And from a GOP perspective? That doesn't matter, either.
by Doc7505 at Sep 6, 2018
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Prosecutors use grand jury as investigation of Andrew McCabe intensifies
Prosecutors use grand jury as investigation of Andrew McCabe intensifies
Federal prosecutors have for months been using a grand jury to investigate former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe — an indication the probe into whether he misled officials exploring his role in a controversial media disclosure has intensified, two people familiar with the matter said.
The grand jury has summoned more than one witness, the people said, and the case is ongoing......
The presence of the grand jury shows prosecutors are treating the matter seriously, locking in the accounts of witnesses who might later have to testify at a trial.
They have also disputed Comey’s account of his interactions with McCabe, asserting Comey knew McCabe was authorizing engagement with reporters. Prosecutors interviewed Comey in the case earlier this year.

Can we expect a McCabe Perp walk soon? It will be splendid and monumental only if followed by his seditious coconspirators Brennan, Clapper, Lynch, Comey, Strzok, Ohr nd his wife, Clinton and Obama...
I really hope that the POTUS/Sessions feud is a ploy to distract MSM while the real prosecutorial work is ongoing. We'll know soon enough. The one thing that gives me comfort is POTUS occasionally reminding us...'its all going to be ok, folks...hang tough'.
I understand that Trump may soon declassify documents regarding Spygate along with all the attached 302's.
Hmm..., Good thing McCabe a Democrat. Our Fifth...
by McRocket at Sep 6, 2018
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'Burt Reynolds, the mustachioed megastar who first strutted on screen more than half a century ago, died Thursday, according to his agent Todd Eisner.

He was 82.

The Georgia native, whose easy-going charms and handsome looks drew prominent roles in films such as "Smokey and the Bandit" and "Boogie Nights," suffered a cardiac arrest, Eisner said.
An iconic Hollywood sex symbol in front of the camera, Reynolds also tried his directorial hand behind it, and later earned a reputation for philanthropy after founding the Burt Reynolds Institute for Film & Theatre in his home state of Florida.

His roles over the years ranged and pivoted from Southern heartthrob to tough guy to comedy, notably for his role as Rep. David Dilbeck in the 1996 film "Striptease," which flopped at the box office but earned him widespread praise for his comedic prowess.
But it was John Boorman's 1972 thriller "Deliverance," which cast Reynolds as outdoorsman Lewis Medlock, that is widely credited for launching his early career.'

Burt Reynolds, "Smokey and the Bandit" star, dead at 82 - CNN

Hey, when I go...a heart attack sounds a hell of a lot better then a stroke, cancer and umpteen other illnesses/attacks that can drag on for weeks/months/years.

He - through his movies - will never be forgotten.

I personally loved his laugh and thought he was an underrated actor.

Rest In Peace