If we learned anything from Jeff Sessions's testimony Tuesday, it's that Senate Republicans do not want to hear about contacts between the Trump campaign and their bestest Eastern European buddies. Who could possibly think that Michael Flynn and Jared Kushner tried to shake down the Russians
You say that like it's a bad thing, [you're now Isaac] Newton Leroy.
Yes, I think he'll angrily tweet about it and denounce it, and assure his base he, the master negotiator, will turn the Senate around, and then when it comes back with a 100% override, he'll punch Don Jr. in the face again.
WTH is she wearing?!How inappropriate!And the dinky table!(And where are his hands?)
Anybody know what's gonna happen in the House with this bill?
Lotta nerve from that Ken Starr ass-licker.
Good thing I remembered my towel.
I'll still take it. Them suddenly beginning to think they might not win re-election is pretty much our only hope
"... before Trump announces that he’s made a grand bargain to open a Russian embassy in the Old Executive Office Building."
Why not put it smack in the middle of the White House, in the family residence? Trumps ain't makin' much use of it anyway.
Always projection. Always.
Yes. That was the '50s. But then Reagan happened in the '80s.
I suggest that Rex Tillerson is looking out for his portfolio and those of his cronies, and is unfit to serve as Secretary of State.
But this is obvious to all.
Well, except for the Trumpanzees, who apparently like to be buggered without lube or a reacharound.
There is no dragnet unless Sgt. Joe is involved! https://uploads.disquscdn.c...
Different context, but I'm sure Donnie feels what Hitler felt June 1944 until that bullet he ate.
It's the only way they can feel the tiny peen they pledge allegiance to. And anyone with normal-sized hands would find it difficult to manipulate their cocktail weenies.
Someone is going to have to explain vetoes and overrides to him first