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There it is. On Page 30 of lawsuit against Trump's emergency declaration is Trump's line from Friday

"I didn't need to do this."

https://bit.ly/2DVxER
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https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/status/1097677184175689729
https://twitter.com/kylegriffin1/status/1097668368163893249

A formal apology from a scared Roger Stone filed in court this evening

This is a lie. He claims he had “no intention of disrespecting the Court.” Stone’s whole point was to denigrate the judge and the process. He’s only apologizing because he’s scared.

Stone seems to recognize how much trouble he got himself into by attacking the judge in his case on Instagram.




https://twitter.com/DavidCornDC/status/1097663236223221765
https://twitter.com/lrozen/status/1097679632948695040

Dan Rather's Epic Response to Trump's Fake Emergency


Dan Rather

@DanRather
"I didn't need to do this" is something I occasionally say after ordering dessert, not after ordering national emergencies.



https://twitter.com/DanRather/status/1097571062911565824

Kid Signs






https://twitter.com/justinhendrix/status/1097627801778339841

- He shouldn't even be there





https://twitter.com/DearAuntCrabby/status/1097545639980867584

* The President blasts his enemies, but never insists a thorough investigation will exonerate him


Two things from the McCabe interview stand out:

* Each new revelation of the Trump-Putin dynamic moves in the same direction --> capitulation

* The President blasts his enemies, but never insists a thorough investigation will exonerate him

VIDEO:
https://twitter.com/joshscampbell/status/1097538546326327296

On President's Day: Record number cite poor leadership as US's greatest problem: poll

More than a third of Americans say that poor leadership is the greatest problem facing America, the highest percentage ever recorded to say so, according to a poll released Monday.

A Gallup poll released on Presidents Day found that 35 percent of Americans say that poor leadership ranks as the most important problem in the country, edging out immigration or gun violence.


The percentage is the highest ever recorded by Gallup and is a two-point increase from the previous record set in 2013 during that year's government shutdown. The number has been steadily increasing since President Trump took office in 2017, the pollsters noted, and ranked as Americans' top concern all but two months last year.

Much of the increase has been among Republicans, where Gallup says there was a 14-percent increase in the frequency of mentioning the government as the most important problem facing the U.S.



https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/430443-record-number-cite-poor-leadership-as-uss-greatest-problem-poll

Huh? John Bolton: Refugees are ... good?

John Bolton

@AmbJohnBolton
The United States thanks the Government of Colombia for hosting thousands of Venezuelan refugees and for boldly standing behind Juan Guaido. It is time for the rest of the world to demonstrate the same generosity and support.



https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/1097489573523963904

MARQUEE OF TRUTH: We Have 4 Actual National Emergencies...





https://twitter.com/TheBradBlog/status/1096653683637420032

Woodward & Bernstein watching potus who called *their* reporting fake news resigning from office.

Just for you, President Shitbiscuit: Here's Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of the Washington Post watching the president who called






https://twitter.com/GeigerNews/status/1097173599171923968
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