The 17th Thread about trump - I thought we were done with this...


Tpop33

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Trump looked surprised when his supporters loudly booed him at an Arizona rally over his Congress endorsement
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-looked-surprised-supporters-loudly-091108526.html

Trump was booed by supporters at an Arizona rally after mentioning his endorsement of Congressional candidate Eli Crane.

Trump appeared bewildered by the booing and asked: "But you like me, right?"

Crane is one of seven candidates in the GOP primary, which include QAnon activist Ron Watkins.

Former President Donald Trump appeared flustered when he was booed at a rally in Arizona on Friday when speaking about one of his recent Congress endorsements.

Trump, used to adulation from his super-loyal MAGA followers, looked uncomfortable when he hyped Eli Crane, a candidate in the Arizona GOP congressional primary, and the crowd responded negatively, in large part.

"And a highly respected man, just endorsed by me today, future congressman for the 2nd District, Eli Crane," Trump said, prompting boos from the crowd.

The former president appeared surprised and repeatedly looked towards the source of the booing before smiling awkwardly.
Why does he have a group of people so enamored? I've said on the forum in a different thread, this is a weak man.
 

Olde Hornet

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Why does he have a group of people so enamored? I've said on the forum in a different thread, this is a weak man.
Its very simple - deification.

Many conservative religious leaders have and are stating that god brought agent orange to power. Once you get the people drinking the orange kool aid, they believe any lie and have forgotten all the listed sins in the bible. They have gone as far as having a gold statue of agent orange, they rushed to get pictures of themselves with it. All stuff that the bible preaches against, they now dont care about those parts of their religious teaching, lying, adultery, and more.
 

Olde Hornet

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Fox News' treatment of Trump is 'the biggest burn' that can be inflicted on him: reporter​


Reacting to reports of a schism between Donald Trump and media mogul Rupert Murdoch, reporter Tara Palmieri told CNN host Brian Stelter on Sunday that the former president is feeling "bruised" that he doesn't get praise on Fox News anymore -- if he gets mentioned at all.

With the Washington Post reporting that the House Jan. 6 hearings have put a damper on Murdoch's enthusiasm for Trump running for office again, Palmieri and GOP strategist Liz Mair had differing opinions on why Trump is on the outs with Fox.

"Donald Trump isn't as entertaining as he was in 2015 or 2016, " Mair suggested. "In 2015 and 2016 and beyond that, whether you loved him or hated him, I was definitely on the hate side, he was like the car crash on the side of the road you couldn't take your eyes off. That's not the case anymore. He's not very interesting to anybody, whether you're talking about progressives, conservatives, libertarians."
 

Fiyah

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Fox News' treatment of Trump is 'the biggest burn' that can be inflicted on him: reporter​


Reacting to reports of a schism between Donald Trump and media mogul Rupert Murdoch, reporter Tara Palmieri told CNN host Brian Stelter on Sunday that the former president is feeling "bruised" that he doesn't get praise on Fox News anymore -- if he gets mentioned at all.

With the Washington Post reporting that the House Jan. 6 hearings have put a damper on Murdoch's enthusiasm for Trump running for office again, Palmieri and GOP strategist Liz Mair had differing opinions on why Trump is on the outs with Fox.

"Donald Trump isn't as entertaining as he was in 2015 or 2016, " Mair suggested. "In 2015 and 2016 and beyond that, whether you loved him or hated him, I was definitely on the hate side, he was like the car crash on the side of the road you couldn't take your eyes off. That's not the case anymore. He's not very interesting to anybody, whether you're talking about progressives, conservatives, libertarians."

That be the news division but the entertainment portion that comes on in the evening is still pushing him and those lies.
 

Olde Hornet

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Dick Cheney torches Trump in ad: 'He's a coward'
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/dick-cheney-torches-trump-in-ad-hes-a-coward-200108029.html

In a new campaign ad for his daughter Rep. Liz Cheney, former Vice President Dick Cheney does not mince words about former President Donald Trump, calling him a "coward" and a "threat to our republic."

“In our nation’s 246-year history, there has never been an individual who is a greater threat to our republic than Donald Trump," Cheney, wearing a cowboy hat and looking directly into the camera, says in the ad. "He tried to steal the last election using lies and violence to keep himself in power after the voters had rejected him. He is a coward. A real man wouldn't lie to his supporters."
 

Olde Hornet

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Trump told top aide he wanted ‘totally loyal’ generals like Hitler had
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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-told-top-aide-wanted-142024281.html

John Bowden
Mon, August 8, 2022, 11:10 AM
Donald Trump complained to his most senior aide, then-chief of staff John Kelly, that he wanted the US’s top generals including retired military figures to show him absolute, unquestioning loyalty while specifically pointing to Nazi Germany as an example.

In a bizarre exchange described by reporters for The New Yorker and The New York Times in an upcoming book Mr Trump is said to have asked his top aide, who himself was a four-star general in charge of US Southern Command, “[W]hy can’t you be like the German generals?”

A bewildered Mr Kelly reportedly responded, “Which generals?” to which Mr Trump supposedly shot back, “The German generals in World War II.”

His chief of staff then allegedly told the president, “You do know that they tried to kill Hitler three times and almost pulled it off?”

But the president in response substituted his own version of history.

“No, no, no, they were totally loyal to him,” Mr Trump reportedly insisted to his aide.

The excerpts were published on Monday in The New Yorker. The Divider: Trump in the White House, by Peter Baker and Susan Glasser, is due to release in September.
 

Olde Hornet

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Federal appeals court says House committee can get Trump's tax returns

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/poli...urns/ar-AA10ucm4?ocid=ansmsnnews11&li=BBnb7Kz

Washington — A federal appeals court in Washington ruled Tuesday that the House Ways and Means Committee can obtain several years of former President Donald Trump's tax returns, a victory for House Democrats in their yearslong battle to obtain the records.

The unanimous three-judge panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit sided with the House Democrats who, initially in April 2019, sought five years of federal income tax returns from Trump, then serving as president, and several of his business entities.

Citing a renewed request for the tax information in 2021 from Rep. Richard Neal, chairman of the Ways and Means panel, after the change in presidential administrations, Senior Circuit Judge David Sentelle wrote in a 33-page ruling that the request "was made in furtherance of a subject upon which legislation could be had," and rejected claims from the former president that Democrats' request for his tax information was unconstitutional.
 

Olde Hornet

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Speaking of passing your spouse around
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Alex Jones' wife said she is 'unaware' and 'upset' her husband sent a nude photo of her to Roger Stone

https://www.yahoo.com/news/alex-jones-wife-said-she-162430924.html

The wife of conservative radio host Alex Jones told Insider on Tuesday that she was "unaware" her husband sent a nude photo of her to former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone.

The illicit picture was among a trove of text messages that Jones' own lawyer accidentally turned over to opposing counsel in a defamation damages trial involving the parents of a Sandy Hook shooting victim.

Mark Bankston, who represented the parents in the case, told The Young Turks on Monday that Jones' legal team accidentally turned Jones' text messages — including a nude photo of Jones' wife, Erika Wulff-Jones, that was sent to Stone.

Bankston worried that the photo may not have been sent with Wulff-Jones' permission, and pointed out that several states have laws against the non-consensual disclosure of intimate photos.
 
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