Will Bunch Makes a Point I've Been Making

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We are a year away from election day. Trump will offend millions more Americans by the end of this week, nevermind in a year.

And people who have evidence of his past crimes are going to continue to emerge.

My prediction is, Giulani is going to be arrested and Kavanaugh will face a serious threat of impeachment.

If I'm right, Trump will be radioactive in America by 11/2020.
It is democrats that are intolerant and offend far more than Trump does
 
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Republican Senators need not vote to remove.

They just have to miss the vote. We need 8 to make a quorim with the 43 Democratic Senators, but only 37 of 51 to remove.

I think this option will become VERY attractive.
Keep dreaming. You need 66 votes and you will not get that
 
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Babba

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Please articulate the actual "damage" he is doing and provide examples. Thanks.
He has gotten away with obstruction of justice. He has gotten away with not releasing his tax returns. While there is no law that says every president has to do that, it sets a bad precedent nonetheless. He has not put his businesses into blind trusts or divested himself of those businesses as others have. He has made money off of the office of the president. He has completely ignore court orders and has generally behaved as though he is above the law. And that's just off the top of my head. I could go on if you'd like.
 

Rev. Hellh0und

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He has gotten away with obstruction of justice. He has gotten away with not releasing his tax returns. While there is no law that says every president has to do that, it sets a bad precedent nonetheless. He has not put his businesses into blind trusts or divested himself of those businesses as others have. He has made money off of the office of the president. He has completely ignore court orders and has generally behaved as though he is above the law. And that's just off the top of my head. I could go on if you'd like.

What "damage" has this caused?
 
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We are a year away from election day. Trump will offend millions more Americans by the end of this week, nevermind in a year.

And people who have evidence of his past crimes are going to continue to emerge.

My prediction is, Giulani is going to be arrested and Kavanaugh will face a serious threat of impeachment.

If I'm right, Trump will be radioactive in America by 11/2020.
Wow! Pretty funny stuff, here.

Now, for a reality check: Trump will be Impeached, but the Senate will laugh in the Pelosi and Schiffs faces. No removal.

Trump will win in 2020, Republicans will win control of the House, keep the Senate, and Kavanaugh will not face a serious threat of impeachment.

Trump will be your President for the next 5 years.
 
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Wow! Pretty funny stuff, here.

Now, for a reality check: Trump will be Impeached, but the Senate will laugh in the Pelosi and Schiffs faces. No removal.

Trump will win in 2020, Republicans will win control of the House, keep the Senate, and Kavanaugh will not face a serious threat of impeachment.

Trump will be your President for the next 5 years.
Time will tell.
 

HayJenn

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He has gotten away with obstruction of justice. He has gotten away with not releasing his tax returns. While there is no law that says every president has to do that, it sets a bad precedent nonetheless. He has not put his businesses into blind trusts or divested himself of those businesses as others have. He has made money off of the office of the president. He has completely ignore court orders and has generally behaved as though he is above the law. And that's just off the top of my head. I could go on if you'd like.
Donald Trump and other top 2016 Trump campaign officials repeatedly privately discussed how the campaign could get access to stolen Democratic emails WikiLeaks had in 2016, according to newly released interview notes from Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation. A retelling of events from former Trump deputy campaign chairman Rick Gates, who served alongside campaign chairman Paul Manafort, is the fullest detail revealed by the Justice Department yet on discussions within the Trump campaign as it pursued damaging information about its Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. The documents were stolen by the Russians, the American intelligence community has found.

[Rick] Gates recalled a time on the campaign aircraft when candidate Trump said, 'get the emails.' [Michael] Flynn said he could use his intelligence sources to obtain the emails," investigators wrote in a summary of Gates' April 2018 interview with Mueller's team. Flynn was a foreign policy adviser on the campaign and became Trump's first national security adviser. Flynn had the most Russia contacts of anyone on the campaign and was in the best position to ask for the emails if they were out there," the investigators also wrote about Gates' interview
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Gates described in an interview with Mueller investigators last year how several close advisers to Trump, Trump's family members and Trump himself considered how to get the stolen documents and pushed the effort, according to investigators' summary. Gates said Donald Trump Jr. would ask where the emails were in family meetings. Michael Flynn, [Jared] Kushner, [Paul] Manafort, [Redacted] [Corey] Lewandowski, Jeff Sessions, and Sam Clovis expressed interest in obtaining the emails as well. Gates said the priority focuses of the Trump campaign opposition research team were Clinton's emails and contributions to the Clinton Foundation. Flynn, [Redacted] [Jeff] Sessions, Kushner, and [Donald] Trump Jr. were all focused on opposition topics," Gates told investigators, according to the interview summary.

Trump had asked publicly for Russia to find the missing emails when he spoke at a campaign rally in 2016. Fox News host Sean Hannity also makes several appearances in the interview notes, fleshing out just how entwined the primetime TV personality had become with the Trump political operation in 2016. [Rick] Gates said, during the campaign, Trump and [campaign chairman Paul] Manafort talked to Sean Hannity in their offices often," special counsel's office investigators noted Gates told them in April 2018.

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How crazy is it that Hannity was also "involved"? Seems like the entire "Trump Clan" was on board with Russia in trying to "dig up" dirt on Clinton

Which again, is totally NOT NORMAL.