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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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Russian oligarch tweets threat to Trump: This 'will be his last term' if....

Artem Klyushin, a Russian billionaire who serves as a government advisor to the Kremlin, tweeted a clear message for President Donald Trump on Thursday.

The Russian billionaire has claimed that he put President Trump in the White House. He also recently warned several Trump critics who the president has targeted for revocation of security clearances.

The Russian official warned Trump to stop encouraging a culture of fake news that spreads “Russophobia.”

“Democrats and Republicans in the United States compete in the one who no longer loves Russia and who will come up with sanctions posesche. They stuff political points on this, and the people of Russia suffer. If Donald Trump does not extinguish the fire kindling FAKE NEWS Russophobia – it will be his last term,” Klyushin wrote. [sic]

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Демократы и республиканцы в сша соревнуюются в том, кто больше не любит Россию и кто придумает санкции пожесче. Они набитают на этом политические очки, а страдает народ России. Если @realDonaldTrump не погасит огонь FAKE NEWS разжигающих русофобию - это будет его последний срок.

6:20 PM - 15 Aug 2018



Trrump's SINGLE GREATEST MOMENT of PROJECTION to date. I'm not kidding.

Donald J. Trump

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“Very concerned about Comey’s firing, afraid they will be exposed,” said Bruce Ohr. DOJ’s Emails & Notes show Bruce Ohr’s connection to (phony & discredited) Trump Dossier. A creep thinking he would get caught in a dishonest act. Rigged Witch Hunt!

4:53 PM - 16 Aug 2018


Next week's New Yorker cover is all about R-E-S-P-E-C-T.

3 Senate Dems say they have new evidence Kavanaugh was not truthful under oath in 2006 confirmation

Rachel Maddow MSNBC

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Rachel Maddow MSNBC Retweeted Sen. Patrick Leahy
Significant development --

3 Senate Dems say they have new evidence SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh was not truthful under oath in 2006 confirmation.

This is the kind of thing that would be the end of the road in the Senate for many nominees to even minor jobs. But for SCOTUS?


Sen. Patrick Leahy

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BREAKING NEWS From @SenFeinstein , Senator Leahy, And @SenatorDurbin : Documents Indicate That Kavanaugh Misled Senate; Make Them Public https://www.leahy.senate.gov/press/081618kavanaughmisledrls


Boston Globe receives multiple violent threats shortly after Trump attacked them in Twitter rant

Boston Globe receives multiple violent threats shortly after Trump attacked them in Twitter rant


Universal Hub reports that a notice was sent out to tenants who worked inside the Globe’s State Street headquarters building that informed them off additional security measures being taken to protect the building and its inhabitants from potential attacks.

“Earlier today a tenant in the building, the Boston Globe, received several threats via phone call,” the notice read. “Based on this threat the local and federal authorities have recommended some additional security measures for the property. For the remainder of the day you will see uniformed Boston Police officers in the lobby and around the property.”

The threat against the newspaper came hours after President Donald Trump attacked it on his Twitter feed over its role in leading a campaign to get newspapers across the country to denounce his attacks on the media as the “enemy of the people.”

“The Boston Globe… is in COLLUSION with other papers on free press,” the president wrote. “PROVE IT!”


Nebraska soybean farmer says Trump is "gonna kill us"


Radar, who said he remains a Trump supporter, meets regularly with his fellow farmers inside a former grain-elevator office in Trumbull, dubbed the Sugar Shack, to drink soda, play cards and shoot the breeze. On a hot August afternoon, the mention of Trump and his trade policies brought out a torrent of emotions.

“He’s gonna kill us,” groused Joel Samuleson, 81, noting the recent drop in soybeans. “What good is $2 off on bean price?”


“I don’t like his persona necessarily, but he’s getting things done. The economy is going well, industry is growing, stock market is good,” Eric said. “I don’t like all his tweets; he’s kind of crude. But I’d rather have a person say what he thinks than what he’s supposed to say and lie through his teeth.”


“For me, it’s kind of nice to have a businessman in the Oval Office,” said Saathoff, a graduate of the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, where he met his wife, Gail. The couple and their two daughters, 11 and 14, live in a ranch-style house with a few cedar trees around it to provide a windbreak during Nebraska’s harsh winters.

Trump ridiculously claims Obama said "We're not going to have any manufacturing jobs."

Aaron Rupar

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Trump ridiculously claims that Obama said, "We're not going to have any manufacturing jobs." He then praises Larry Kudlow's "beautiful voice."


Omarosa will be on MSNBC at 1PM ET with a "new secret recording"

Kyle Griffin

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Tune in: Omarosa will be live on @MSNBC at 1PM ET with a new secret recording.

9:15 AM - 16 Aug 2018


Trump told advisers that he wants Jeff Sessions to arrest Omarosa over her book


In the days before Omarosa Manigault Newman rolled out her White House tell-all, Unhinged, Donald Trump’s advisers were hoping he wouldn’t engage with the book, believing it would only elevate her claims and help sell more copies. “Just ignore it,” one told me, while even Melania Trump told her husband to let it go, Axios reported. Of course, this being Donald Trump, he ignored their counsel and went to war. Now advisers fear his rage at Manigault Newman is fueling irrational outbursts that bolster the claim in her book that Trump said the “n-word” during an Apprentice outtake.

In recent days, Trump has called Manigault Newman “crazed,” a “lowlife,” and a “dog” on Twitter. His campaign filed an arbitration suit against her seeking “millions.” And Trump told advisers that he wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to have Manigault Newman arrested, according to one Republican briefed on the conversations. (It’s unclear what law Trump believes she broke.) Another Republican recounted how over the weekend Trump derailed a midterm-election strategy session to rant about Manigault Newman’s betrayal. In an effort to change the narrative, the White House announced yesterday that Trump had revoked former C.I.A. director John Brennan’s security clearance. But that only ignited a new public-relations crisis. A former West Wing official compared Trump’s erratic behavior this week to the P.R. nightmare he created by attacking grieving Muslim-American Gold Star parents during the 2016 campaign. It’s a “death spiral,” the former official said.

Advisers and friends offered differing theories to explain Trump’s nuclear response to a book that has failed to top the best-seller list, even while Trump has campaigned against it. “He’s known her for 15 years and thinks it’s a personal betrayal,” the former West Wing official said. Others said Manigault Newman’s well-oiled media rollout ignited Trump’s fury. “She is doing everything perfect if her ultimate goal is to troll Trump,” another former official said. One longtime Trump friend said Trump is so reactive to Manigault Newman’s book because he instinctively trusts women more than men. Throughout his career, he has allowed women to get close to him, from his early assistant, Norma Foerderer, to Rhona Graff, to Hope Hicks.

She's home.

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