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I only called Trump a pathological liar, and I stick by that pronouncement 100%.And considering the liberal democrats have spent the last several months slandering Trump - you'll forgive me if I'm not outraged by this.
So Trump's lying is conveniently absolved, but just for you.If the liberal democrats don't like it when people make accusations without evidence - then perhaps they should stop doing it themelves. Otherwise they look like babies when they cry about it. So as far as I'm concerned, they had it coming.
I'm not so easy.
I think it was a stupid move. It just goes to prove my personal point that Trump is a pathological liar. Furthermore, I suspect it means there is something in the Russian business.But anyway, I believe Czern is correct. It was politically a good move. You can disagree with us if you like. That is your right as an American.
Last edited by BitterPill; 17th March 2017 at 01:53 AM.
Staying on defense is not a smart way to play politics. He also cited a Paul Ryan interview where the speaker seemed to confirm that he believed the reports that two wiretaps has been sought by the Obama administration to spy on the Trump campaign.
Go watch the interview yourself, as one can certainly get that impression from it.
My point was the President is hardly the only guilty party here when it comes to making accusations without any evidence to back it up. Because the liberal democrats have been doing that for months now regarding Russia and this supposed collusion between the Trump Campaign for which there is zero evidence for. So I'm not about to take their outrage seriously.
I have way more important things to care about than the tit for tat of politics.