"the inevitable disaster that will be the Trump Administration"

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During his last G20 today he was tweeting about the election and then he left to play a round of golf

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Only 56 more days to find the answer to the question, "What exactly is it that Ivanka does there?"
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And a Happy Rigged Election to you too, Don. Can you just leave now and let us get on with our lives?

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I've never seen "Twitter's so mean" as a national security argument.

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Actually, I heard that if the president walks into a room and yells "Twitter is mean!" at the top of his lungs, he can repeal legislation like Section 230 all by himself.

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I guess it makes sense in today's Republican Bizarro World, but it seems that their understanding of Section 230 is exactly backwards.
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I think about the poor guy that has to sift through and monitor all of Trumps tweets so they can be flagged if needed.
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Old joke. But it works now.

Why is the Trump White House suddenly a very polite place to work?

Everyone’s going around saying “pardon me.”
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I like this one:

Q. What's the difference between a garbanzo bean and a chickpea?

A. Trump never paid to see a garbanzo bean.
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I did not know this.. where would Trump live once he's out of the White House?

Per Yahoo news:
"Since Trump changed his legal address from Trump Tower in New York City to his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Fla., some have assumed that’s where he'll go after leaving Washington.
There's just one problem: per an agreement with the town of Palm Beach, no one is actually allowed to live at Mar-a-Lago full time. Not even Donald Trump."


Ironically I can't see him wanting to live in any of the red states at all. New York wants him gone. I mean he'd have to live under Cuomo and De Blasio.The west coast would reject him. Perhaps he'd move out of the country or maybe some appt in Palm Beach.
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I hear Rikers Island is lovely this time of year.
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AG Denny Crane.

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I fully expect this to be how the GOP memorializes Trump.

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If it weren't for Don's history on these things, I'd say "Yay for my second-cousin."

p.s. The California branch of the family wears ******* masks.

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It’s like he’s had his fill with the whole ‘being president’ thing.

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A Republican with balls..remember those?

Retiring GOP Lawmaker Leaving Party Over Election Attacks

Trump's baseless attacks on the election result -- and the widespread support of Trump's efforts from Republican leaders in Congress -- prompted a retiring congressman to leave the Republican Party and become an independent.

Michigan Rep. Paul Mitchell, who didn't run for reelection, wrote to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel on Monday to say he was withdrawing from the party.

"This party has to stand up for democracy first, for our Constitution first, and not political considerations," Mitchell told CNN's Jake Tapper Monday. "Not to protect a candidate. Not simply for raw political power, and that's what I feel is going on and I've had enough."


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Playing his supporters for suckers to the bitter end...

Trump Antagonizes Republicans With Georgia Fundraising Ploy

President Donald Trump couldn’t make it any clearer: He needs his supporters to fork over cash for the all-important Georgia Senate runoff elections.

“We MUST defend Georgia from the Dems!” he wrote in one recent text message. “I need YOU to secure a WIN in Georgia,” he said in another. “Help us WIN both Senate races in Georgia & STOP Socialist Dems,” he pleaded a few days later.

There’s just one hitch: Trump’s new political machine is pocketing most of the dough — and the campaigns of the Georgia senators competing in the Jan. 5 races aren’t getting a cent.

Trump’s aggressive fundraising blitz appears to be devoted to helping the party defend Georgia’s two Senate seats and, with them, the Senate majority. But the fine print shows that most of the proceeds are going toward Trump’s newly launched PAC, which he plans to use to fund his future political activities. Only a fraction is going to the Republican National Committee, which is investing $20 million into the runoffs.


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Also Barr - "Stephen Miller totally didn't write this."

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