And all the democrats in senate Who are running for president are doing campaign events instead of writing anti ******** billsPence's ******** response includes attending a fundraiser in Florida on Friday. https://www.tampabay.com/florida-po...s-********-point-man-a-fundraiser-in-florida/
And Trump deals with the virus by meeting the actors of a low-budget play that centers around the text messages between Strzok and Page. https://www.thedailybeast.com/amid-...s-time-to-meet-with-actors-in-deep-state-play
Uh, Graham wants to talk about conflict of interest? Considering the number of kids and relatives of all the administration officials we'd have to talk about, how much time does he have?Graham’s panel has declined to participate in the Johnson-Grassley investigation, but the South Carolina Republican has said there are legitimate conflict-of-interest questions over Hunter Biden’s role on the board of a Ukrainian energy company, Burisma.
Trump and Republicans in general don't want any entry of the country to be legal! They exaggerate or make up whole stories of how bad it is to allow "just anyone" to become an American! They put crime on them when most are here to support their families and are more reliable and honest than most! That BS of food stamp abuse is even more ridiculous since it appears Republicans want to cut it for everyone; "starve already!" They just don't GAF about the National safety net! The last thing I heard was Trump's trying to cut funds for the CDC! This ******** running rampant and he's downplaying it while Republicans want to save a few $$ for their buddies' tax breaks and just say "screw the rest of you!" The real killer is, he has a real chance to be reelected even with all his failings! That says more about his supporters than him!If you don’t live in America and want to live and work in America you are far better off being an asylum seeker than a visa applier
The court upheld an injunction blocking a policy that requires asylum applicants to wait in Mexico until their cases are decided. But a stay on the order means the policy could remain in effect.www.nytimes.com
The Justice Department had argued that the Constitution categorically bars the courts from stepping into this kind of dispute between the politically elected legislative and executive branches, and in a 37-page opinion, U.S. Circuit Judge Thomas B. Griffith wrote, “We agree and dismiss this case.”
Yes and no.Trump did a pivot on that today (being the 29th). More appropriate response.
According to what I saw on MSNBC this morning the Acting DNI Richard Grenell only had until Mar 11, but by nominating Ratcliffe they can keep Grenell in place for an additional six months. Trump likes 'acting'.Trump is renominating Rep. Ratcliffe as DNI. I guess, he's somehow become a less controversial candidate? https://www.politico.com/news/2020/...ep-john-ratcliffe-again-as-intel-chief-118239
Trump's just leap frogging authorizations over Congress as if they don't exist! McConnell's showing himself to be gutless and weak! He's an embarrassment to the institution in so many ways, I could write a book here! I refuse to even care anymore if those fk'n hillbillies in Kentucky allows him to get away with this $#!t!According to what I saw on MSNBC this morning the Acting DNI Richard Grenell only had until Mar 11, but by nominating Ratcliffe they can keep Grenell in place for an additional six months. Trump likes 'acting'.
I'm not surprised that Ratcliffe might be a means to an end but wasn't there another name he could have pulled out of the hat?According to what I saw on MSNBC this morning the Acting DNI Richard Grenell only had until Mar 11, but by nominating Ratcliffe they can keep Grenell in place for an additional six months. Trump likes 'acting'.