Conservative commentator: 'A lot of Republicans' starting to think Trump won't serve out his term

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The fan and the feces are becoming very familiar with each other in Trumpland.

Donald Trump's layers of dirt are being laid bare revealing more dirt under the dirt.

Donald Trump will rue the day he decided to run for POTUS because he has so much he has tried to hide from investigators and the public which is now exposed to the world.

Donald Trump is so toxic nobody wants to take up his job offers.

Donald Trump will serve two terms. One in office and one in jail.

"A lot of Republicans" are starting to think Trump won't serve out his Term, a conservative commentator has said

'A LOT OF REPUBLICANS' STARTING TO THINK TRUMP WON'T SERVE OUT HIS TERM, CONSERVATIVE COMMENTATOR SAYS
BY JASON LEMON ON 12/9/18 AT 9:01 AM

Many GOP leaders and politicians have started to question whether President Donald Trump will serve out his entire term, conservative commentator David Brooks has said.

The right-leaning pundit, who is currently a columnist for The New York Times, pointed out that there is growing uncertainty among Republicans over Trump’s future during an interview with PBS News Hour . Brooks explained that politician’s from the president’s party have started to see his administration as losing “authority” and “failing.”

Appearing alongside liberal political commentator Mark Shields, Brooks said it seems like “a lot of Republicans are looking at this White House, and they’re seeing an administration under a lot of judicial and legal threat and a lot under political threat.”

@NewsHour
"What we're seeing is the pace ramp up on a lot of fronts" in the special counsel's investigation, @nytdavidbrooks says.
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“What they call the membrane around Trump is failing, and the membrane is the group of people they put around Trump to protect him from himself,” the columnist said. “And over the years, the Hope Hickses of the world, and maybe in the next few days the John Kellys of the world are going and gone, and so you see a Trump unprotected from himself.”

Hicks formerly served as the White House Director of Communications until she announced her resignation earlier. She revealed the decision after she told the House Intelligence Committee that she sometimes told “white lies” in her work for the Trump administration. The president’s Chief of Staff John Kelly, who had been credited with establishing some order in a chaotic White House, will leave his position at the end of the year.
Brooks suggested that Republican lawmakers no longer think that Trump is necessarily their candidate in 2020.

“You’re beginning to see a lot of Republicans who are looking seriously at 2019, with a lot of Fridays like this one, and Trump really hurting himself, and maybe not serving out the term,” he said.

President Donald Trump waves as he takes his seat before the game between the Army Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen at Lincoln Financial Field on December 8 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A sentencing memo by federal prosecutors from the Southern District of New York revealed on Friday that Trump is alleged to have participated in federal crimes when he directed his former personal attorney Michael Cohen to commit campaign finance violations by paying off two women during his 2016 campaign. The document, which references Trump as “Individual 1,” says that the president led the criminal conspiracy to pay off Stormy Daniels and Karen McDuggal to keep their alleged extramarital affairs with him a secret.
“There’s more fear, worry, almost mania in the White House,” Brooks said in his interview with News Hour . “They feel all the safety guard rails coming out,” he explained. “They really don’t know what’s going to happen.” ...
 

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and a lot of Republicans are either wishful thinking corporate cronies or just idiots.

I do think highly plausible if not probable that Trump will not run for re-election though.
 

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I support Trump 100% now that he's president. But this is why I warned everybody around me that we would be nuts to vote for him in the primary and make him our nominee, since it was pretty easy to see that there was probably a never ending stream of skeletons in his closet.
 

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Say hello to President Pence.

You'll long for the days of The Don.
 

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Get ready for Pence! I welcome our new Evangelistic president!

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David Brooks is a fucking shill and the sort of quasi conservative that leftists all love to hold up.
He's delivered his anti Trump message and served his purpose. Now back into the cupboard.
Donald Trump is a treacherous criminal and a foul-mouthed slanderer.

Ignorance is his finest quality.
 
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Get ready for Pence! I welcome our new Evangelistic president!

Mike Pence is a total stooge and enabler of Donald Trump's crimes.

Pence will be implicated in the Russian collusion.
 

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The fan and the feces are becoming very familiar with each other in Trumpland.

Donald Trump's layers of dirt are being laid bare revealing more dirt under the dirt.

Donald Trump will rue the day he decided to run for POTUS because he has so much he has tried to hide from investigators and the public which is now exposed to the world.

Donald Trump is so toxic nobody wants to take up his job offers.

Donald Trump will serve two terms. One in office and one in jail.

"A lot of Republicans" are starting to think Trump won't serve out his Term, a conservative commentator has said

'A LOT OF REPUBLICANS' STARTING TO THINK TRUMP WON'T SERVE OUT HIS TERM, CONSERVATIVE COMMENTATOR SAYS
BY JASON LEMON ON 12/9/18 AT 9:01 AM

Many GOP leaders and politicians have started to question whether President Donald Trump will serve out his entire term, conservative commentator David Brooks has said.

The right-leaning pundit, who is currently a columnist for The New York Times, pointed out that there is growing uncertainty among Republicans over Trump’s future during an interview with PBS News Hour . Brooks explained that politician’s from the president’s party have started to see his administration as losing “authority” and “failing.”

Appearing alongside liberal political commentator Mark Shields, Brooks said it seems like “a lot of Republicans are looking at this White House, and they’re seeing an administration under a lot of judicial and legal threat and a lot under political threat.”

@NewsHour
"What we're seeing is the pace ramp up on a lot of fronts" in the special counsel's investigation, @nytdavidbrooks says.
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7:34 AM - Dec 8, 2018

“What they call the membrane around Trump is failing, and the membrane is the group of people they put around Trump to protect him from himself,” the columnist said. “And over the years, the Hope Hickses of the world, and maybe in the next few days the John Kellys of the world are going and gone, and so you see a Trump unprotected from himself.”

Hicks formerly served as the White House Director of Communications until she announced her resignation earlier. She revealed the decision after she told the House Intelligence Committee that she sometimes told “white lies” in her work for the Trump administration. The president’s Chief of Staff John Kelly, who had been credited with establishing some order in a chaotic White House, will leave his position at the end of the year.
Brooks suggested that Republican lawmakers no longer think that Trump is necessarily their candidate in 2020.

“You’re beginning to see a lot of Republicans who are looking seriously at 2019, with a lot of Fridays like this one, and Trump really hurting himself, and maybe not serving out the term,” he said.

President Donald Trump waves as he takes his seat before the game between the Army Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen at Lincoln Financial Field on December 8 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A sentencing memo by federal prosecutors from the Southern District of New York revealed on Friday that Trump is alleged to have participated in federal crimes when he directed his former personal attorney Michael Cohen to commit campaign finance violations by paying off two women during his 2016 campaign. The document, which references Trump as “Individual 1,” says that the president led the criminal conspiracy to pay off Stormy Daniels and Karen McDuggal to keep their alleged extramarital affairs with him a secret.
“There’s more fear, worry, almost mania in the White House,” Brooks said in his interview with News Hour . “They feel all the safety guard rails coming out,” he explained. “They really don’t know what’s going to happen.” ...
Bullshit. There are "a lot of Republicans" on this board. Ask them if they've given up on him.

I also know " lot of Republicans." Not one of them is sorry they voted for him.
 

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I support Trump 100% now that he's president. But this is why I warned everybody around me that we would be nuts to vote for him in the primary and make him our nominee, since it was pretty easy to see that there was probably a never ending stream of skeletons in his closet.
That would have happened to ANY Republican. Look how the savaged mild mannered Mitt. It's in the nature of the Democrats.
 

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You know what's funny? These fuckers are so wrapped up in the Trump hate, they don't realize Trump is mild compared to Pence. Pence ..LMAO..!

He'll have these fuckers..LMAO!

fuck lemme.. Pence will have them spontaneously combusting and shit!


 

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David Brooks is a fucking shill and the sort of quasi conservative that leftists all love to hold up.
He's delivered his anti Trump message and served his purpose. Now back into the cupboard.
Donald Trump is a treacherous criminal and a foul-mouthed slanderer.

Ignorance is his finest quality.
Tough shit, son. You're stuck with him and should Pence be the next President, you're going to dislike him even more.
 

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The fan and the feces are becoming very familiar with each other in Trumpland.

Donald Trump's layers of dirt are being laid bare revealing more dirt under the dirt.

Donald Trump will rue the day he decided to run for POTUS because he has so much he has tried to hide from investigators and the public which is now exposed to the world.

Donald Trump is so toxic nobody wants to take up his job offers.

Donald Trump will serve two terms. One in office and one in jail.

"A lot of Republicans" are starting to think Trump won't serve out his Term, a conservative commentator has said

'A LOT OF REPUBLICANS' STARTING TO THINK TRUMP WON'T SERVE OUT HIS TERM, CONSERVATIVE COMMENTATOR SAYS
BY JASON LEMON ON 12/9/18 AT 9:01 AM

Many GOP leaders and politicians have started to question whether President Donald Trump will serve out his entire term, conservative commentator David Brooks has said.

The right-leaning pundit, who is currently a columnist for The New York Times, pointed out that there is growing uncertainty among Republicans over Trump’s future during an interview with PBS News Hour . Brooks explained that politician’s from the president’s party have started to see his administration as losing “authority” and “failing.”

Appearing alongside liberal political commentator Mark Shields, Brooks said it seems like “a lot of Republicans are looking at this White House, and they’re seeing an administration under a lot of judicial and legal threat and a lot under political threat.”

@NewsHour
"What we're seeing is the pace ramp up on a lot of fronts" in the special counsel's investigation, @nytdavidbrooks says.
69
7:34 AM - Dec 8, 2018

“What they call the membrane around Trump is failing, and the membrane is the group of people they put around Trump to protect him from himself,” the columnist said. “And over the years, the Hope Hickses of the world, and maybe in the next few days the John Kellys of the world are going and gone, and so you see a Trump unprotected from himself.”

Hicks formerly served as the White House Director of Communications until she announced her resignation earlier. She revealed the decision after she told the House Intelligence Committee that she sometimes told “white lies” in her work for the Trump administration. The president’s Chief of Staff John Kelly, who had been credited with establishing some order in a chaotic White House, will leave his position at the end of the year.
Brooks suggested that Republican lawmakers no longer think that Trump is necessarily their candidate in 2020.

“You’re beginning to see a lot of Republicans who are looking seriously at 2019, with a lot of Fridays like this one, and Trump really hurting himself, and maybe not serving out the term,” he said.

President Donald Trump waves as he takes his seat before the game between the Army Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen at Lincoln Financial Field on December 8 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A sentencing memo by federal prosecutors from the Southern District of New York revealed on Friday that Trump is alleged to have participated in federal crimes when he directed his former personal attorney Michael Cohen to commit campaign finance violations by paying off two women during his 2016 campaign. The document, which references Trump as “Individual 1,” says that the president led the criminal conspiracy to pay off Stormy Daniels and Karen McDuggal to keep their alleged extramarital affairs with him a secret.
“There’s more fear, worry, almost mania in the White House,” Brooks said in his interview with News Hour . “They feel all the safety guard rails coming out,” he explained. “They really don’t know what’s going to happen.” ...
This is old news dressed up to be new stuff.
You see, prosecutors say alot of shit that isn't true.
You cannot claim in court that paying off hookers is a crime.
And what is this story about?
It's an attempt to coverup the fact that Bill and Hillary are in deep trouble. Clinton Foundation CFO Talks To Investigators As Walls Cave In On Bill and Hillary
It doesn't matter if Cohen lies about it....he needs proof and he doesn't have any. The audio tape turned into a big nothing burger. So all there is left is testimony from a convicted liar.
 
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