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Well let's see the lay of the land in week 4 of "I see Russians" meltdown by the left:
1. No indication of lifting of sanctions on any significant level
2. Confronting Russia's #2 client state in the Middle East on nearly every level
3. Largest NATO maneuvers on Russian frontier since the end of the cold war still ongoing
There was a time when ProgLibs absolutely melted down over any substantial or significant confrontation with Russia (Soviet Union) no matter what bad things the Russians (Soviet Union) was up to in the world. Instead they wanted to pursue detente on every level (then weirdly they melted down with the Soviet Union disintegrated . . . I guess since it came under a Republican administration(s).
So in the context of history, this Russophobia is, well, hilarious.
Never stop Whackadoo partisan left.
For weeks, POTUS allowed total access to American intel for a man he knew was vulnerable to Russian blackmail. Undisputed fact.— Jason Kander (@JasonKander) February 14, 2017
Viewership of the show for the season to date is up 22% in total viewers (10.6 million) and 19% in adults 18-49 (3.5) compared to the same period last season. That makes it the most-watched “SNL” season in 22 years, since the 1994-95 frame.
the photos appear to corroborate an important detail from the CNN report. “The patio was lit only with candles and moonlight, so aides used the camera lights on their phones to help the stone-faced Trump and Abe read through the documents,”
President Trump's Instagram account commemorated Abraham Lincoln's birthday Sunday by posting a quote wrongly attributed to the 16th president.
The website traced the quote back, not to Lincoln, but to a 1947 book advertisement about aging by Dr. Edward Stieglitz.
"What's going on today is complete insanity," said Stockman. "The market is apparently pricing in a huge Trump stimulus. But if you just look at the real world out there, the only thing that's going to happen is a fiscal bloodbath and a White House train wreck like never before in U.S. history."
Our Intelligence Community is so worried by the unprecedented problems of the Trump administration—not only do senior officials possess troubling ties to the Kremlin, there are nagging questions about basic competence regarding Team Trump—that it is beginning to withhold intelligence from a White House which our spies do not trust.
U.S. intelligence has collected information that Russia is considering turning over Edward Snowden as a "gift" to President Donald Trump — who has called the NSA leaker a "spy" and a "traitor" who deserves to be executed.
lWell here we go. They're gonna tweak the EO in response to the Nonth's ruling (and well then have another round of lawsuits but whatever - the SC will rule in their favor eventually). I'm glad they're taking this approach.
oh, chum already linked that. damn. my quote choices were better, though.
Maybe you’d better sit down for this one. According to a report by Politico, corned-beef dirigible Donald Trump, a skill-free inheritance baby with a virtually unbroken lifelong track record of incompetence and failure, has found that running the United States government is a tougher job than lending his name to mail-order steak delivery scams run by other people. Because he is a world-historically stupid idiot who could not tell the difference between his face and his ass even if they weren’t identical to each other, this has come as quite a shock to him.
“Being president is harder than Donald Trump thought,” begins the article, neatly capturing the blithe, criminal ignorance that characterizes both Trump himself and the many dozens of millions of morons who thought he should be the leader of the free world. Yes, being the president is a harder job than Donald Trump would expect, because Donald Trump had never previously held an actual job, because actually, spending your inheritance on a succession of failed cons is not an actual job.
Trump often asks simple questions about policies, proposals and personnel. And, when discussions get bogged down in details, the president has been known to quickly change the subject — to "seem in control at all times," one senior government official said