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I'm watching trump's "speech' on the southern border issue...it's even more incoherent and rambling than I thought possible. His aides must be beside themselves. Quite incredible that anyone could still support this utter moron.
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It is hard to listen to, I was glad I got to work and had to turn off the radio.

There is this little thing called credibility, and once it's gone, it's gone, and Donald's has been gone a long time. He tells his lies, like the amount of drugs coming into the country via ports of entry versus open borderland. He says it's all a lie by the democrats. But the problem is, Donny has zero credibility, and it's very plain to see.
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What a speech...almost an hour of trump speaking off-the-cuff mostly about what great things he's accomplished and how no one else could have done so...and one last bit about how the Prime Minster of Japan thinks trump should get the Nobel Peace Prize. Oh yeah, btw he's going to sign the National Emergency and be sued by the Democrats.
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Look how far we've come from building a wall and promising that Mexico would pay for it.
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It's such a dire emergency that his first act after the declaration was to go on vacation.
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Best speech ever!!!!! And vile, read your history, there have been 60 called by previous presidents. How upsetting to you he did not collude with the Russia as did the woman you voted for. tick tock
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:yeahthat:

I agree. He continues to mobilize Dems like no one else.

I just got my VBM for a special election for OC Supervisor. I might be getting represented by a Dem after March 12
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Red wrote: Best speech ever!!!!!
Either you didn't watch the speech or you don't understand spoken English. The speech was a nearly incoherent jumble of self-congratulations and wild foreign policy claims with the announcement of his "emergency" coming as almost an afterthought.

And vile, read your history, there have been 60 called by previous presidents.
While you're looking in that history book, tell me which one was issued because the president couldn't get the money he needed through the appropriations process?
How upsetting to you he did not collude with the Russia as did the woman you voted for. tick tock
Seriously Red, it's your guy who is under investigation, not Hillary..do try to keep up.
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SNL's cold open hit it out of the park.
https://youtu.be/8vQlhWBvAwY
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Not one of their better ones. Donald sounded like he thought he'd been blasphemed.
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Vilepagan wrote:Either you didn't watch the speech or you don't understand spoken English.
That's pretty generous to describe Trump 's ramblings as "spoken English."
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Well, all the words were English but they weren't always in a coherent order. Perhaps that's what Red found so appealing.

I yearn for the days when politicians were expected to be reasonably good orators.
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He knows he is as guilty as sin. So he is doing whatever he can to distract and discredit those investigating him.

He certainly doesn't act like an innocent person.
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