GOP Congress votes to make it easier to escape ethics violations

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    LOL @ a fan of the Bush white house saying this. Most corrupt since Nixon.

    And will be the most corrupt UNTIL Trump.
     
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    Wrong.
     
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    Right.
     
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    You are not paying attention. You need a good ass kicking.
     
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    Trump had nuthin' to do with it. It was their phones ringing off the hooks that change the minds of the Republican congressmen. And it was primarily liberals doing the calling, because until Trump weighed in, almost every conservative supported the corruption.

    Trump, as usual, just took credit for the hard work of other people. And his media suckups played along. You'll see this happening a lot, the media lapdogs giving Trump credit for every single thing in the USA that he tweets about.
     

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