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  1. LOL....no sympathy for you clowns!......complain to Trump....he keeps making the headlines...not me!.....😉
  2. DOJ asks federal judge to hold Trump team in contempt over classified documents KATHERINE FAULDERS, ALEXANDER MALLIN and JOHN SANTUCCI Thu, December 8, 2022 at 5:37 PM The Department of Justice has urged a federal judge in Washington, D.C., to hold former President Trump’s team in contempt of court for failing to comply fully with a May subpoena for all documents with classification markings in his possession, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News. DOJ's urging is part of sealed court proceedings in Washington, where DOJ and Trump lawyers have battled for weeks over compliance with grand jury subpoenas, sources have told ABC News. The Trump team has also not wanted to identify an official custodian of records to attest that all records have been handed over. What's apparent is that no one from Trump's team wants to designate themselves as a custodian of records and potentially make themselves more vulnerable legally. The Department of Justice declined to comment.
  3. like a trained dog...LOL....see below...😉
  4. Poll: DeSantis surges to 5-point lead over weakened Trump in 2024 primary matchup Andrew Romano ·West Coast Correspondent Thu, December 8, 2022 at 5:00 AM Former President Donald Trump; Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. (Photo illustration: Kelli R. Grant/Yahoo News; photos: Michael Conroy/AP, Julia Nikhinson/AP) A new Yahoo News/YouGov poll finds that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis now leads former President Donald Trump by 5 percentage points in the race for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination. Trump previously led DeSantis by double-digit margins among registered voters who describe themselves as Republicans or Republican-leaning independents. Meanwhile, DeSantis is ahead by even more — a whopping 11 points — among Americans who say they voted in a 2016 Republican primary or caucus in their state. The poll of 1,635 U.S. adults, which was conducted from Dec. 1 to 5, is one of the first to confirm how far and fast Trump’s political stock has fallen in the weeks since he announced his own comeback White House bid just days after his party’s historically poor performance in the 2022 midterm elections. During that period, many conservatives blamed Trump for blowing key pickup opportunities — including this week’s Senate runoff in Georgia — and criticized the former president for hosting avowed antisemites at Mar-a-Lago and calling for the “termination” of the Constitution. “Anyone seeking the presidency who thinks that the Constitution could somehow be suspended or not followed, it seems to me would have a very hard time being sworn in as president of the United States,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday.
  5. Believe me I feel your pain...I'm just a glutton for punishment I guess, and it blows my mind how dumb they can be!
  6. it already happened....he had to pay off protesters his goons beat up and his company was found guilty on 17 counts...that equals 0-2 in the real world....😉
  7. so when he gets found guilty on 17 counts he doesn't get a loss??....or when he pays off protesters who his Security guards beat-up?....LOL...silly Trumper....🤡
  8. Surprise...surprise....here we go again!?....🙄 Classified Documents Found in Search of Trump Storage Site Classified Documents Found in Search of Trump Storage Site Maggie Haberman and Alan Feuer Wed, December 7, 2022 at 2:39 PM Former President Donald Trump hired people to search four properties after being directed by a federal judge to look harder for any classified material still in his possession, and they found at least two documents with classified markings inside a sealed box in one of the locations, according to a person familiar with the matter. Trump’s search team discovered the documents at a federally run storage site in West Palm Beach, Florida, the person said, prompting his lawyers to notify the Justice Department about them. The New York Times reported in October that Justice Department officials had told the former president’s lawyers that they believed he might have more classified materials that were not returned in response to a subpoena issued in May. The FBI searched Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s private club and residence in Florida, in August for additional classified documents and other presidential records. - ADVERTISEMENT - People close to Trump had said earlier Wednesday that no classified material had been found during the searches, a claim that was later proved incorrect. The Washington Post first reported on the locating of the two additional documents, as well as the searches of the properties. After the warning from the Justice Department, a debate ensued among Trump’s lawyers about whether to bring in an independent firm to conduct a search. The discovery of the documents at the storage unit, maintained by the federal General Services Administration, came during a series of wider searches that were completed around Thanksgiving and conducted at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey; at Trump Tower in New York; and in a storage closet at Mar-a-Lago, according to two people familiar with the events. Steven Cheung, a spokesperson for Trump, said in a statement that the former president and “his counsel continue to be cooperative and transparent, despite the unprecedented, illegal and unwarranted attack against President Trump and his family by the weaponized Department of Justice.” The department is investigating the former president’s handling of thousands of government documents, including more than 300 classified ones, that were taken from the White House at the end of his term and were found at Mar-a-Lago. Prosecutors are also seeking to determine whether Trump obstructed the government’s repeated efforts to retrieve the materials. When the Justice Department warned that it believed Trump still had documents in his possession, a lawyer whom he had hired a short time earlier, Christopher M. Kise, suggested along with other lawyers working for Trump that they engage an outside firm, according to people familiar with the events. A cadre of other Trump lawyers were resistant to the idea; among them was Boris Epshteyn, a communications adviser who has positioned himself as an in-house counsel on some of Trump’s legal entanglements. The dispute led to Kise’s standing in Trump’s circle diminishing for weeks, according to several people close to the former president. More recently, Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell of U.S. District Court in Washington, who oversees grand jury investigations, directed Trump’s lawyers to essentially search more carefully for any remaining documents. Other lawyers in Trump’s circle took on the issue and hired a firm, according to one of the people familiar with the matter. But while the Justice Department had continued to have questions about documents that might remain at Mar-a-Lago — and while some people close to Trump believed another search warrant might be executed — a person familiar with the discussions among federal officials said there was no recent probable cause by which to obtain a warrant for Bedminster or Trump Tower. The National Archives repeatedly asked last year about the status of some materials that it should have received, such as correspondence with Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s leader, as well as about two dozen boxes that were deemed presidential records at the end of Trump’s term. Archives officials contacted several people to try to facilitate the return of the documents, including former White House Counsel’s Office lawyers working as Trump’s representatives with the agency. The former president maintained to several advisers that the boxes were filled with news clippings and personal effects; archives officials explained that news clippings can be considered presidential records. Alex Cannon, a lawyer who had worked with Trump in various capacities, became involved in fall 2021 and tried to help archives officials retrieve the material. Cannon warned others in Trump’s circle not to go through the boxes themselves because it was unclear what was in them, and people might require security clearances. At one point, as Trump sought National Archives documents related to the investigation into whether his 2016 campaign conspired with Russian officials, he proposed that his lawyers suggest a trade with the agency: what he sought in exchange for the documents he had. The lawyers declined to engage that suggestion, and Cannon continued to try to push for the documents’ return to the archives. Eric Herschmann, a lawyer who had worked as a top adviser in the Trump White House, had an informal conversation with Trump. People familiar with the discussion characterized it as Herschmann speaking as a friend and urging the former president to return the boxes, suggesting that he could be subject to legal trouble by keeping them, especially if they contained classified material. That possibility became reality in January, after archives officials retrieved boxes that Trump had gone through over several days last December. The officials opened the boxes and discovered a number of classified documents. The Justice Department became involved. When Cannon raised the prospect with Trump that officials were uncertain that they had everything returned, the former president told him to tell the officials that he had given everything back, according to people briefed on the matter. Cannon refused to do so and soon stopped being involved.
  9. I got you...and you make sense most of the time...unlike most of your buddies here...and I like fucking with you guys too...😉
  10. I just post the latest daily headline Trump makes and then his clown posse come to his defense....that's the game here...thanks for playing!...🤡
  11. ignore reailty?....how so? What did I miss here?
  12. BTW..I don't resuscitate this thread daily...Trump does...😉
  13. pointing out facts and the obvious isn't a "shtick"....😉
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