Trump 2024 will become a real thing this week.

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He needs to vet ANYONE close to him or pretends to be close to him. Pence, for example. A liar and a back stabber to boot. Bet he spied on him too.

Enough of the damn rallies too. Instead of focusing on adoration from his crowds, he needs to focus on problems and making America great again..not himself great again. That was his initial problem. He trusted too much if they groveled enough and spewed false admiration to him.
 

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The supreme court would never sit for an impeachment of a private citizen by any government body....it would pit government against the public...and they work for the public...it would be like you impeaching one of your bosses....
The Supreme Court has not interceded because it can't. impeachment trials have been held on private citizens who used to be in the govt.
Can't have a trial if a judge can't be seated moron...
A good many discussions of the upcoming Senate proceeding have understandably, but incorrectly, inferred two things from the presence of a judge in the presiding officer’s seat: first, that having a judge preside implies that the process will be akin to a conventional judicial trial, and second, that the chief justice’s role will be akin to that of a judge in such a trial. Neither inference is supported by the constitutional text.
The Senate’s standing rules for impeachment trials make no distinction between the powers of the chief justice presiding in an impeachment and those of any other officer in the same role. The job is referred to throughout as “Presiding Officer” and its authority is the same regardless of who holds it. The rules nominally give the presiding officer considerable power, including the power to issue “orders, mandates, writs, and precepts” (Rule V), to “direct all the forms of proceedings while the Senate is sitting for the purpose of trying and impeachment” (Rule VII), and to “rule on all questions of evidence including, but not limited to, questions of relevancy, materiality, and redundancy of evidence” (Rule VII). But in every case, this apparent authority is subject to the critical limitation that the presiding officer may only act in accordance with the will of the Senate.
 

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The supreme court would never sit for an impeachment of a private citizen by any government body....it would pit government against the public...and they work for the public...it would be like you impeaching one of your bosses....
Roberts is too much of a craven coward.
 

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While Sleepy Joe is off with foreign leaders screwing things up again, Donald Trump will be embarking on the 'Make America Great Again (Again)' Trump 2024 tour. Hopefully he'll pick a strong Libertarian like Devin Nunes as a running mate. Michael Flynn would be interesting.

Anyway, you heard it here first.
We'll see.

Whoever Trump picks as a running mate, I'm sure they'll be both corrupt and obsequious
 
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We'll see.

Whoever Trump picks as a running mate, I'm sure they'll be both corrupt and obsequious
Don't you mean subservient...like when a Vice President's son
gets on the board of a Ukranian gas company and makes deals with Chinese billionaires --that kind of obsequity ?
 

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We'll see.

Whoever Trump picks as a running mate, I'm sure they'll be both corrupt and obsequious
Don't you mean subservient...like when a Vice President's son
gets on the board of a Ukranian gas company and makes deals with Chinese billionaires --that kind of obsequity ?
Oh, I'm speaking of the actual VP candidate. Not who they're related to. Whoever Trump chooses will be corrupt and obsequious. Its a prerequisite for working for Trump.

Though that VP candidate will have a difficult road ahead. As according to Trump, Kamala Harris, all by herself, gets to decide if she wins re-election in 2024.

Regardless of the vote or electoral results. Unless Trump was completely full of shit, of course.
 

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