What stupid shit has Trump done today?

Discussion in 'world politics, current affairs and news' started by Yossarian, May 1, 2017.

  1. bimble

    bimble noisy but small

    You always find a way to put such a cheery spin on things.
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  2. CRI

    CRI Registered Chooser

    This was certainly a stupid thing he did today, and I like this take on it too :)

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  3. TheHoodedClaw

    TheHoodedClaw acknowledging ur soup leg

    He's just fired FBI Director Comey

    Someone just found an excuse to get rid of a thorn, as the FBI today admitted that some of Comey's testimony to the Senate Judicial Committee about HRC's emails was incorrect. Maybe?

    Murky as fuck though.
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  4. CRI

    CRI Registered Chooser

    Crikey! :eek:
  5. CRI

    CRI Registered Chooser

    So, under pressure, Sessions recused himself involvement in the investigation of the administration's ties to "Russian Actors."

    Then Sessions recommends the Head of the FBI, leading those investigations, is sacked. And the President does this?

    All done without a hint of discretion let alone shame coming from the White House. Yet more centralising of power and they don't care that it's so obvious.
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  6. MightyTibberton

    MightyTibberton Well-Known Member

    And, they say it's down to the letter to congress about HRC's emails.
  7. ruffneck23

    ruffneck23 front left

    beat me to it...
  8. Ming

    Ming Massive prawns

    This business with Trump/Brexit/Mercer and the Russian power brokers hopefully will heat up a bit further. Could be another Watergate. It's not going away.
  9. TomUS

    TomUS non-resident

    It's obviously part of the cover up of the Ruskie scandal.
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  10. CRI

    CRI Registered Chooser

    Smells of bullshit to me.
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  11. MightyTibberton

    MightyTibberton Well-Known Member

    I'd say so. It's an excuse.
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  12. Ming

    Ming Massive prawns

    Thing is May's hitched her wagon to Trump and now it's looking dodgy. The Cambridge Analytica thing in today's Guardian's a really good read. Robert Mercer is a scary fucking guy. People say Bannon's bad but Mercer is far worse.
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  13. coley

    coley Well-Known Member

    Aye, glad to be about to drift away from thon 'dark squabbling continent":thumbs:
  14. MightyTibberton

    MightyTibberton Well-Known Member

    I'm hearing Kid Rock's lined up as a replacement.
  15. coley

    coley Well-Known Member

    Now he's fired Comey, let's await even more leaks from the security establishment:thumbs:
  16. Ming

    Ming Massive prawns

    That's what I'm thinking. They're pissing off entirely the wrong people.
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  17. coley

    coley Well-Known Member

    If the the truth gets out it will make Watergate look tame by comparison, it's not going to "go away" but it seems some republicans hope they can keep it bottled for the foreseeable.
    That is untill TTT delivers on his promised massive transfer of public wealth into their hot little pockets, once that is achieved, I suspect TTT will be hung out to dry.
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  18. Ming

    Ming Massive prawns

    I reacon Al Franken'd be a good POTUS in 2020. He was great at the confirmation hearings for all the shills Trump put in (they're a good view on YouTube).
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  19. Ming

    Ming Massive prawns

    Probably. I always thought (like Boris) that GWB 2 was a lot smarter than the persona he put on. But i genuinely think Trump is not too bright. He's a small fish in a pond populated with large sharks.
  20. coley

    coley Well-Known Member

    The stupid bugger thinks the Capitol Hill establishment is as thick and as easily controlled as his 'base'
    He's learned exactly zero in his first 100 days, be nice to watch him and the republican core tearing each other a new arsehole on a daily basis.
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  21. Ming

    Ming Massive prawns

    He's a useful easily disposable idiot for his backers. But he's so narcissistic he'd never see it (which is why they chose him). I read a book by David Cay Johnston called The Making of Donald Trump. The journo's a Pulitzer Prize winner and a tax expert who's followed him for decades (writes for the Grauniad sometimes). Trump is connected to 2 New York mob families who aided his construction projects (cement companies) and probably felt the same way about him that Putin and Mercer do.
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  22. CRI

    CRI Registered Chooser

    It's like the Administration genuinely doesn't care how dodgy this looks. :mad:

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is meeting Secretary of State Rex Tillerson earlier Wednesday, they said, raising the chances of Trump seeing the former.

    The meeting with Lavrov would come a day after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, who publicly confirmed the existence of an FBI investigation into Russian connections to the Trump campaign.
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  23. Ming

    Ming Massive prawns

    Maybe it's like a bank job where you're on a timer dependent on the police response time. It's an asset grab so i suppose they can be brazen while they have a mandate and control. He signed a lot of executive orders early on. Isn't awful that we have to second guess our politicians in this way? I think getting that Supreme Court judge elected was a long term goal.
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  24. extra dry

    extra dry Happy to be here

    Trump will, I recon, stick a family member in the FBI post. Ivanka or one of his nephews.
  25. Archimage

    Archimage Kat Knapper

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  26. bimble

    bimble noisy but small

    unbelievable. "whilst i appreciate your telling me 3 times that i personally am not under investigation.. you're terminated. bye"

    And here's what is apparently the official reason for his termination- that he was too hard on HRC and her emails.:rolleyes:

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  27. ferrelhadley

    ferrelhadley These violent delights have violent ends.

    All those people who put effort into saying there was nothing to see here, then Donald J goes and sets fire to one of his own firewalls. Never go out to bat for The Don. :thumbs:
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  28. Yossarian

    Yossarian free shrugs

    You know your presidency is not going well when Richard Nixon's library tries to distance him from you.

  29. bimble

    bimble noisy but small

    Not even his staunchest supporters will be able to get on board with the idea that this firing was motivated by Trump's concern and sympathy for Clinton's emails, surely.
  30. CRI

    CRI Registered Chooser

    You'd be surprised. They've swallowed enough preposterous crap before. I'm sure some will say, with a straight face, that God told Trump to do it. Or similar.

    More important is for enough GOP members of Congress to leave the herd and impeach his sorry ass. But so many have made their pact with the devil, so. . .

    The FBI investigation is dead in the water as Hell will freeze over before Sessions allows it to continue. If they follow the usual pattern, the next FBI head will be a Mafia Don or similar.

    Anyone whose given evidence so far will probably be nervous as it's likely copies are being sent to the White house already. I actually wouldn't be surprised by a few unusual deaths happening soon. The more the Administration gets away with, the further they'll push it.

    When Governments hire and fire like this, openly lying through their teeth, they're sending a clear message. "We know you know we're lying and corrupt. We just don't care, and you can't do anything about it."
    Last edited: May 10, 2017
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