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Trump’s revenge

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TRUMP’S REVENGE … Republicans like Sen. SUSAN COLLINS (R-Maine) said they hoped President DONALD TRUMP had learned something from impeachment. But the lesson he appears to have learned isn’t quite what they hoped. 

https://www.politico.com/newsletters/playbook/2020/02/08/trumps-revenge-488276

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acute

He's a nasty piece of work.

For Trump, loyalty only goes one way.

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bee

 

DUH.... of course he's going to get rid of those who actively tried to help bring him down....

Wouldn't you... ?.... he's obliged to because he can't trust them....

There were High Stakes political maneuvers  played out around the Sham Impeachment... 
and there are consequences...

 

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Black Red Devil

So they got sacked for telling the truth in front of Congress?  :lol:

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Captain Risky
4 minutes ago, bee said:

 

DUH.... of course he's going to get rid of those who actively tried to help bring him down....

Wouldn't you... ?.... he's obliged to because he can't trust them....

There were High Stakes political maneuvers  played out around the Sham Impeachment... 
and there are consequences...

 

yeah, those nasty witnesses drove poor Donald to this. 

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Black Red Devil
9 minutes ago, bee said:

 

DUH.... of course he's going to get rid of those who actively tried to help bring him down....

Wouldn't you... ?.... he's obliged to because he can't trust them....

There were High Stakes political maneuvers  played out around the Sham Impeachment... 
and there are consequences...

 

:no:

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Kittens Are Jerks
31 minutes ago, bee said:

DUH.... of course he's going to get rid of those who actively tried to help bring him down....

Wouldn't you... ?.... he's obliged to because he can't trust them....

There were High Stakes political maneuvers  played out around the Sham Impeachment... 
and there are consequences...

No, of course he can't trust them. They've got integrity.

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bee

 

At some point the Keeping Your Enemies Close Thing just isn't appropriate....

But I suppose the (fake) outrage about the firings is just the latest to keep the TDS fired up... ^_^

 

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Dumbledore the Awesome

Well, no shi'ite. If you were the boss of anywhere, and some of your subordinates conspired to have you fired and not only that, but put through the whole rigmarole of criminal proceedings as well, I'm sure you'd welcome them into your office and be magnanimous and share a glass of whisky from the Executive Drink Cabinet with them and say "Hey guys, no hard feelings, I'm sure we can all work together going forward", wouldn't you. :rolleyes:  TRUMP (i like how they put names in capitals, like the name of the LORD) is hardly being exceptionally and truly evilly vindicative here is he. That's how any boss would respond to underlings conspiring against you, surely. 

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Uncle Sam
1 minute ago, Dumbledore the Awesome said:

Well, no shi'ite. If you were the boss of anywhere, and some of your subordinates conspired to have you fired and not only that, but put through the whole rigmarole of criminal proceedings as well, I'm sure you'd welcome them into your office and be magnanimous and share a glass of whisky from the Executive Drink Cabinet with them and say "Hey guys, no hard feelings, I'm sure we can all work together going forward", wouldn't you. :rolleyes:  TRUMP (i like how they put names in capitals, like the name of the LORD) is hardly being exceptionally and truly evilly vindicative here is he. That's how any boss would respond to underlings conspiring against you, surely. 

It blows my mind that people think that they can get away with undermining their boss and still keep their jobs afterwards. They act like they are more important than the United States of America's President.

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Dumbledore the Awesome

“Vindman, a decorated combat veteran who testified in November that he was disturbed by Trump’s call for Ukraine to investigate the president’s political rivals, was escorted out of the White House on Friday, according to his lawyer, David Pressman.

Do you hear the violins playing? Note the subtle sympathy-grabbing : "decorated combat veteran.," A great American Hero *pause to salute* 

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Kittens Are Jerks
3 minutes ago, Uncle Sam said:

Don't people realize that these people work on behest of the president? He hired them, he can fire them. He needs people who he can trust, people who will work with him, not people who will undermine him and badmouth him behind his back. How can a president get anything done if his underlines do the opposite of what he wants? He is the president, he sets the rules and policies, these people are there to enact it and make sure it succeeds. Let's say a sandwich maker hires a guy to make sandwiches, but that guys starts making tacos and refuses to make sandwiches, well then he has to fire that person and find someone who will make sandwiches because it is a sandwich shop. Trump is the boss regardless if you like it or not, you do what the boss wants period. The people elected him to be the boss and to enact his policies. You can try to convince him to do things a different way, but you are not suppose to take over and do the opposite of what he wants.

In the 'real' world, those people would have kept their jobs and Trump would have been the one who was fired.

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Uncle Sam
7 minutes ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

In the 'real' world, those people would have kept their jobs and Trump would have been the one who was fired.

What kind of false reality world do you live in? This was a impeachment trail, not a criminal trail. There was no criminal charges brought for, only political charges which didn't have enough evidence to convict. These people undermined him and were insubordinate, they should be fired. The PEOPLE elected Trump to run this nation, to do what he campaign on and promised them, the people he is firing were undermining that and trying to stop it. Only way a boss can be fired or removed if he does commit a criminal act, Trump didn't commit any criminal acts, they tried to convict him for making a phone call.

Edit: Here is 4 Facts that completely destroys the Democrats case they had against Trump. Click Here.

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Jujo-jo
49 minutes ago, Dumbledore the Awesome said:

Well, no shi'ite. If you were the boss of anywhere, and some of your subordinates conspired to have you fired and not only that, but put through the whole rigmarole of criminal proceedings as well, I'm sure you'd welcome them into your office and be magnanimous and share a glass of whisky from the Executive Drink Cabinet with them and say "Hey guys, no hard feelings, I'm sure we can all work together going forward", wouldn't you. :rolleyes:  TRUMP (i like how they put names in capitals, like the name of the LORD) is hardly being exceptionally and truly evilly vindicative here is he. That's how any boss would respond to underlings conspiring against you, surely. 

Oh wait, when I said that I was a dumb $#_ _.

& was told that nancy is equal to our president.

...

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hacktorp

Seen recently at the Democrat Bar -n- Grill...

*removed*

May have left a bad taste in some folks' mouths...

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Kittens Are Jerks
1 hour ago, Uncle Sam said:

What kind of false reality world do you live in? This was a impeachment trail, not a criminal trail. There was no criminal charges brought for, only political charges which didn't have enough evidence to convict. These people undermined him and were insubordinate, they should be fired. The PEOPLE elected Trump to run this nation, to do what he campaign on and promised them, the people he is firing were undermining that and trying to stop it. Only way a boss can be fired or removed if he does commit a criminal act, Trump didn't commit any criminal acts, they tried to convict him for making a phone call.

Edit: Here is 4 Facts that completely destroys the Democrats case they had against Trump. Click Here.

I'm not the one living in a false reality. Oh and by the way, one does not have to commit a criminal act to be impeached (or fired for that matter).

As for those 'four facts' they undermine nothing. The underhanded dealings were far more complex than a mere phone call. Furthermore, the fact that the Ukrainians did nothing is irrelevant. If you ask someone to murder another, you've still broken the law whether the person acted on your request or not.

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Black Red Devil
1 hour ago, Uncle Sam said:

It blows my mind that people think that they can get away with undermining their boss and still keep their jobs afterwards. They act like they are more important than the United States of America's President.

What a ridiculous comparison.  The position of Head of State isn't the same as the position of a CEO or any boss at a company.  In the case of the POTUS he represents a nation, hopefully Democratically and should conduct himself with honesty and integrity towards ALL HIS CITIZENS, even those that disagree with him.  His conduct in this case (and many more) is equivalent to what dictators do.

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Black Red Devil
1 hour ago, Dumbledore the Awesome said:

Well, no shi'ite. If you were the boss of anywhere, and some of your subordinates conspired to have you fired and not only that, but put through the whole rigmarole of criminal proceedings as well, I'm sure you'd welcome them into your office and be magnanimous and share a glass of whisky from the Executive Drink Cabinet with them and say "Hey guys, no hard feelings, I'm sure we can all work together going forward", wouldn't you. :rolleyes:  TRUMP (i like how they put names in capitals, like the name of the LORD) is hardly being exceptionally and truly evilly vindicative here is he. That's how any boss would respond to underlings conspiring against you, surely. 

=looks around to see if I'm in the UK forum=  Aha, the US forum.

What a hypocrite!! :lol:

 

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Piney
Just now, Black Red Devil said:

What a hypocrite!! :lol:

 

No, you know what was hypocritical?

Watching General Heel Spurs put a medal around Captain Ass Boil's neck.  The Black Slab just combusted and cracked. :mellow:

 

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Black Red Devil
4 minutes ago, Piney said:

No, you know what was hypocritical?

Watching General Heel Spurs put a medal around Captain Ass Boil's neck.  The Black Slab just combusted and cracked. :mellow:

 

I had a troubled childhood, so I'm a bit retarded.  Apart from the black slab, you might have to translate the rest for me one day. :D

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Piney
4 minutes ago, Black Red Devil said:

I had a troubled childhood, so I'm a bit retarded.  Apart from the black slab, you might have to translate the rest for me one day. :D

Trump and Limbaugh both avoided the draft. 

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Black Red Devil
2 minutes ago, Piney said:

Trump and Limbaugh both avoided the draft. 

Aha, as I said.....retarded

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Black Red Devil
20 minutes ago, Piney said:

No, you know what was hypocritical?

Watching General Heel Spurs put a medal around Captain Ass Boil's neck.  The Black Slab just combusted and cracked. :mellow:

 

Totally agree with the hypocritical but in this case I wasn't shooting it towards Trumpo.  It was totally OT and directed towards the quoted.  Just some dirty baggage from another thread. 

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simplybill

There was no crime committed. The alleged victim said there was no crime committed. The aid was released before the deadline. There was no quid pro quo. 

If Sondland and Vindman aren’t politically savvy enough to recognize a sham impeachment trial, then they shouldn’t be involved in politics. President Trump made the correct decision.

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