Democrats Have Impeached Trump in the House.

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Also probably the biggest crowd trump has ever had turn up.

Too bad they were all there for the most boring motorsport known to mankind and not for trump himself.
No ***t Sherlock :ROFL:
It's like when Obama threw out the first pitch - they weren't there for Obama, they were there for the baseball. Man, there are some genius' on this forum.
 

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I wasn't arguing they are different.
What is different is that the guy on Youtube doesn't claim to be something else.



Opposing view points: ☑
Active debate: ☑
Criticism: ☑
Accountability: ☑

People on Youtube don't pretend that they are anything else. People on CNN think they are Gods among mortals.



Because they are generally doing one thing and one thing only.

And I might add that on traditional "media" you get nothing but a dumb version of everything that literally only appeals to the common denominator. Watching CNN or any other mainsteam media is like watching your brain drain out through your nostrils. You take something non-political like x-ray crystallography. "Some guy on Youtube" can make a better educational video on the subject matter than anything the "media" has produced.
That CNN clip is pretty funny. I was washing dishes while watching it and had to stop to compose myself because I was laughing so much.
 

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This guy will get up on the morning of the election and go vote. Hell, he'll get escorted to the front of the line, that is if his ballot isn't taken at his home.

The thing is, it doesn't matter how he looks. What matters is that his vote counts just as equal as that another. Trump's campaign realised this.
 

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Bolton to break his silence as White House wrangles over content of his book

President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton is due to make his first public speech since the impeachment inquiry into Trump wrapped up, even as his lawyers continue to wrangle with the White House over the contents of his highly anticipated book.

Bolton, whose views of the President's policies toward Ukraine were cited by multiple impeachment witnesses, hasn't publicly commented about the events that unfolded last year.

However, The New York Times reported last month that Bolton, in his unpublished manuscript, alleges that Trump directed him to help with his pressure campaign to get damaging information on Democrats from Ukraine.

According to the Times, he also alleges that Trump didn't want to lift a hold on military aid to Ukraine until officials there complied with the request. Bolton's lawyers have not denied the substance of the New York Times reports but have condemned the leaks behind it.
 

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Roger Stone associate defends Justice Department prosecutors who quit following revised sentencing request

An associate of Roger Stone on Monday defended the Justice Department prosecutors who quit Stone's case last week after top officials at the department retracted their sentencing recommendation of seven to nine years in prison for the former informal adviser to President Donald Trump.

"I know these prosecutors, I've been around them maybe 100 hours over the last year and they're good guys. They're decent guys, they're hard working guys, they're civil servants," Randy Credico, who testified against Stone last year, told CNN's Kate Bolduan on "At This Hour."
 

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Roger Stone is arrested in an early morning FBI raid, making him the sixth Trump associate to be arrested in the Mueller investigation, and conservatives complain that he was handled too harshly by law enforcement.
 

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This thread has run its course and veered off into tangents.

Kindly start new threads for each US politics [or other] news article - these one thread fits all news articles threads become pointless...
 
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