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Not the new Donald Trump Presidency thread

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4 minutes ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

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He sure has changed.

It's wild that tens of thousands (probably hundreds because it's gone international) think this guy was secretly playing his hand back then to one day team up with MBS to fight global corruption and satanic jewish pedophilia. 

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25 minutes ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

People would be losing their **** if they let players like Deion and Jarrett walk.

A lot of that money is also tied up in players who are very cuttable after this season. Freeman, Mack, Sanu, Stocker, Schaub, Bailey, etc. Could also cut players like Neal, Allen, and Trufant but I'd prefer to keep them around tbh.

The Freeman extension was a mistake. Allen and Neal are still stalwarts of our defense IMHO.

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19 minutes ago, Stan Grossman said:

I pretty much enjoyed it throughout and thought all the performances were fantastic.  The finale really worked for me, just explosive and dark enough to keep me on edge the whole time, and I laughed pretty hard at the shocking sequence. Thought they did a good job with framing it as either a season or series finale (given that they probably didn't know for sure if it would be picked up for the second season at the time it was written and filmed).  

It definitely could have worked as a season finale, and I think that would have been best.  I know they'll come up with something, but I'm not sure what story there is left to tell.  Krystal and Cody will continue to be partners in crime and are still tangled in FAM, but not sure what other hi-jinks will be interesting.

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37 minutes ago, mdrake34 said:

 

The past several days I’ve started seeing ads on Instagram for the Jack Ryan show with Jim from The Office again.

“Venezuela is the single-greatest resource of oil on the planet.”

”So, why is this country in the midst of one of the greatest humanitarian crises in history?”

Then the Russians give them nukes lmao

 

 

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(CNN)  Weeks before Rudy Giuliani publicly became a figure to avoid in Washington, he managed to get a meeting with the top official in the Justice Department's criminal division on behalf of a client.

The Justice Department now says that official, Brian Benczkowski, and other fraud prosecutors at Justice headquarters wouldn't have taken that meeting with Giuliani earlier this summer had they known about a Manhattan US attorney probe of two Giuliani associates who were indictedthis month. It is striking that the Justice Department is having to distance itself from the President's own personal attorney.

A Justice spokesman issued an unusual statement seeking to remove the department further from Giuliani, who has drawn scrutiny recently for his business activities in Ukraine and elsewhere seeming to bank on his close ties to President Donald Trump.

"When Mr. Benczkowski and fraud section lawyers met with Mr. Giuliani, they were not aware of any investigation of Mr. Giuliani's associates in the Southern District of New York and would not have met with him had they know," Peter Carr, a department spokesman, told The New York Times on Sunday, which first reported the meeting.

Justice officials have said Attorney General William Barr was briefed on the case in February upon taking office. Information about the case also was shared with the public integrity lawyers working in Benczkowski's division.

A person familiar with the matter said that at the time, Giuliani wasn't a central figure in the case as he is now. That emerged in recent weeks, the person said.

Still, New York federal prosecutors had their eyes set on Giuliani months ago. A New York lawyer told CNN that FBI counterintelligence agents asked him questions in February or March related to Giuliani and his associates.

The Justice statement marks the second time in recent days that the department has publicly distanced itself from the collateral political damage surrounding Giuliani and his activities at the center of the House's impeachment inquiry into the President.

On Friday, a senior Justice official disavowed comments by acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney linking a quid pro quo on Ukrainian aid to a Justice investigation

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17 hours ago, Sn4tteRBoxXeR said:

Doing exactly what you complain against doesn't make you a better person. It makes you just as bad as them.

he’s being ironic, numbnutz

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21 hours ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

The Dems lack enthusiastic well policied politicians. What they lack in skills, charisma, and their own controversies, they expect the fake/scm to make up the difference for them. Trump ended that BS by exposing the frauds that they are. Dems win now and they have to do it on their own merit. 

 

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1 minute ago, Sn4tteRBoxXeR said:

I'm actually pretty shocked that Bernie doesn't have a wealth tax yet. When is he releasing his plan?

His newest one should be released in about a month ago.

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