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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
Number of posts: 14,947

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Lawrence O'Donnell: "He "fell in love" with the man who murdered Otto Warmbier...

... You're going to see a lot of that in campaign ads."

He's discussing the $2 million ransom paid by Trump, and now he's discussing "Fox Legal Analyst" Andrew Napolitano laying out the clear case of obstruction by Trump.

Lawrence is on a roll tonight. If you're able to watch the replay later or catch it on YouTube, please do.

Trump is at 36% "strongly approve" on Rasmussen...he just pimped it at 50%

If you go to the Rasmussen site right now, he's got 36% "strongly approve" and 42% "strongly disapprove."

He just tweeted a graphic citing Rasmussen and a 50% approval rating, and commented "Thank you!"

The Sarah Sanders fake off the record briefing for kids only on "Bring Your Children To Work Day."

Sebastian Smith

Latest in the weird White House /media relationship: Briefing room filling up for a briefing by ⁦
@PressSec Sarah Sanders who almost never gives briefings. Only problem? It’s a fake briefing held off the record for children on ‘bring your kids to work day’.


If Trump is re-tweeting Ronna Romney McDaniel GOP talking points on Biden, he's sweating.

I'm not going to post the tweets here, because as I said, they ARE GOP talking points.

But he wasted no time in re-tweeting them as soon as Biden announced.

THREE of them...two text, one a propaganda video that they apparently had ready to roll as soon as Biden was in.

In other non-Biden tweets, he's also re-tweeted Matt Gaetz, Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan in the last 48 hours.

His most recent tweet pimps an appearance on Hannity tonight.

Look for more reaction from Trump to Biden's announcement this weekend at the Green Bay MAGAt rally.

Poll from March: Trump's approval among registered SWING STATE Pennsylvania voters was only 34%.



But 2018 was a good year for Democrats in the Keystone State.

Gov. Tom Wolf and centrist Sen. Bob Casey, Jr., both Democrats, were reelected last year. Sen. Bernie Sanders aggressively campaigned for John Fetterman, Wolf’s lieutenant governor, in Philadelphia.

On top of that, Pennsylvania Republicans lost three seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, and Democrats flipped 16 seats in the Pennsylvania legislature.

“The bleeding hasn’t stopped since then,” Isenstadt and Otterbein report. “In a special election this month, Democrats won a state Senate seat in a district that Trump carried in 2016. Nationally, it was the first such legislative seat that Democrats flipped this year, prompting grumbling among some Republicans that the state party did not invest enough in turning out voters.”

Further, Trump isn’t faring well in Pennsylvania polls: Isenstadt and Otterbein note that a Franklin & Marshall College poll, released in March, found that Trump’s approval among registered Pennsylvania voters was only 34%.

Trump: "But we will stop...There's just nothing going to stop us. Nothing stops you, I can tell you."

“We will not solve this epidemic overnight,” the President told attendees, mostly experts and stakeholders in battling prescription drug and opioid abuse. “But we will stop…” the President said, literally stopping.

Trump paused, his hand still in the air.

“There’s just nothing going to stop us,” he clearly ad-libbed. “No matter how you cut it. I know some of the people in this room. Nothing stops you,” he said, pointing to the room.

“Nothing stops you, I can tell you,” he said, pointing to a different section of attendees.

“We will never stop, until our job is done,” Trump told the audience, apparently in a live update to his written speech. “And then maybe we’ll have to find something new. And I hope that’s going to be soon, but we will succeed. We have results that are unbelievable,” he added.


Trump at opioid summit: 'I know about rigging the system because I had the system rigged on me'

Trump at opioid summit: ‘I know about rigging the system because I had the system rigged on me’


While speaking at an event on opioid abuse, the president argued that pharmaceutical companies are giving European countries better prices than they give U.S. customers.

Trump vowed to stop the practice and called his promise “a big deal.”

“At long last we’re stopping drug companies in foreign countries from rigging the system,” Trump said before straying from his prepared remarks.

“I know all about the rigging of the system because I had the system rigged on me,” the president said, likely referring to special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

“I think you know what I’m talking about,” Trump added. “Unfortunately, that will be your soundbite tonight but that’s okay. The system was rigged!”

Trump spreads fully exonerated joy all over the White House lawn. He's never been happier!

Trump to reporters on WH lawn: "I have been the most transparent president in history"

"They came up with no collusion and they also came up with no obstruction...our attorney general ruled on that"

Raving about his finances and taxes..."I SAY IT'S ENOUGH! Get back to infrastructure! The Democrats aren't going to win against me!"

"I didn't call Bob Costa of the Washington Post, he called me (Returned his call)!"

Donald J. Trump

I didn’t call Bob Costa of the Washington Post, he called me (Returned his call)! Just more Fake News.

10:09 AM · Apr 24, 2019 · Twitter for iPhone

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