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Trump Presidency

I think he's smart enough to see the writing on the wall, and knows he'll likely get locked up if he keeps his bullshit up - all his connections are now toxic, so I think he'll likely lay a bit lower, maybe go back to the satellite radio shows.

You'd think he'd have a bit more of an imagination in coming up with a statement.
 
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Manafort's been caught lying to the Mueller investigation under the plea deal. Mueller is already filing to have the deal voided, with evidence. Manafort is going to go back to general population because of this.

This is the actions of a very desperate man. What do you want to bet he got some kind of hint from Putin that he'll be having a polonium 20 cocktail sometime soon? Manafort is way more connected to all of this than I think anyone imagined.
 
Oh yeah, and Jerome Corsi - the guy that allegedly connected Wikileaks (and Russian Intelligence) to Roger Stone (and then Stone went on and bragged about it, on paper, in e-mail, on social media and a host of other evidence), is likely going to jail too. :) He rejected his plea deal.

But of course, conspiracy theorist that he is, he's being railroaded and punished for "daring to support Donald Trump".
 

Bernnie Federko

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Pretty sure Paul is gonna lose either his life or someone from his family
Manafort's been caught lying to the Mueller investigation under the plea deal. Mueller is already filing to have the deal voided, with evidence. Manafort is going to go back to general population because of this.

This is the actions of a very desperate man. What do you want to bet he got some kind of hint from Putin that he'll be having a polonium 20 cocktail sometime soon? Manafort is way more connected to all of this than I think anyone imagined.
 
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ndrwrld

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President Trump said Monday he doesn't believe climate change will lead to a massive economic recession, even though that's the finding of a major report released to Congress under his own administration.

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/claudiakoerner/trump-climate-report-deny-believe-scientists?utm_source=dynamic&utm_campaign=bffbbuzzfeednews&ref=bffbbuzzfeednews&fbclid=IwAR2sarCS4hrzHF0JMAguR7E5cKrHTdD6q7YGIzHz_-wRJkLt5CxpdGVdy5E
"I’ve seen it. I’ve read some of it. It’s fine,” he told reporters. “I don’t believe it.”
 

praktik

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Trump’s Saudi First Foreign Policy Strikes Again
Posted on November 27, 2018, 9:24 AM Daniel Larison
The Trump administration bows before the Saudis once more over the war on Yemen:

The US has “slammed the brakes on” a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for a limited ceasefire and increased humanitarian aid in Yemen over concerns about angering Saudi Arabia, two sources tell CNN.

One source familiar with the negotiations over the resolution tells CNN the US “has slammed the brakes on,” saying that “we can’t support a resolution at the moment.”​

U.S. policy in Yemen has been dictated by Saudi and Emirati preferences for years, but Trump and his administration have taken this disgraceful subservience to new lows since he came to office. Trump’s outrageous Saudi propaganda statementfrom last week confirmed that he would happily lie to defend Saudi Arabia from any and all criticism, and now he is shielding them from international scrutiny and pressure at the U.N. He is not just serving as a Saudi mouthpiece, but acts as their lackey as well.

The draft resolution doesn’t even call out the Saudis and their allies, and criticizes the Houthis alone:

The resolution is not at all critical of Saudi Arabia, and in fact compliments Saudi action; it is critical only of the Houthi rebels, who are backed by Iran and have been fighting Saudi-led coalition forces while maintaining control of the capital, Sanaa.​

Because Mohammed bin Salman “threw a fit” over the resolution, Trump gave in to the crown prince’s wishes yet again.

The administration is killing whatever momentum there was for a new Security Council resolution, and in doing so they have signaled to the Saudis and Emiratis that there will be no pressure on them from this administration to halt their offensive or end their bombing campaign. Stopping a new resolution at this stage will probably sabotage the efforts of the U.N. special envoy to organize peace negotiations, and it makes a mockery of the administration’s own calls for a ceasefire by the end of this month. Any move to bring the war to an end is going to anger the Saudis because they don’t want to end the war. Blocking a new resolution at the U.N. because it would upset Riyadh proves that the administration has no interest in halting the war or bringing the necessary pressure on the Saudi coalition to alleviate the suffering of Yemen’s population.

Trump inherited the policy of supporting the Saudi coalition in their attack on Yemen, but he has somehow managed to take Obama’s worst policy and make it far worse than it was. Uncritical, reflexive support for Saudi interests and preferences at the expense of everything else, including U.S. interests, has been the defining trait of Trump’s foreign policy in the region. 14 million people in Yemen suffer and may die because he insists on putting Saudi Arabia first. The U.S. shares responsibility for the destruction and starvation of Yemen, and Trump in particular owns this disaster because he has repeatedly chosen to indulge the war criminals in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi when he had every opportunity to cut them off. Passing S.J.Res. 54 is the only way that the Senate can send a clear message to the president that his indulgence of despots and enabling of crimes against humanity will no longer be tolerated.
 
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Pretty sure Paul is gonna lose either his life or someone from his family
Manafort already seems to be a dead man walking if he's lying to the feds. I don't think he's stupid, I think he's a very desperate man with very few options, which might explain his behavior. His family will likely be collateral damage if they're with him at the time his number comes up.

The revelation that Manafort met with Assange before the e-mail hack might also shed some light on Corsi's refusal to do a plea deal, as he's been caught red handed with getting Roger Stone in touch with Julian Assange, and likely the Kremlin. Either that, or keeping in tune with his and Stone's behavior/penchant for bragging, Corsi spilled the beans about Manafort and Assange meeting.
 
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