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  1. Trump isn’t going to be able to do anything from a prison cell. But that’s the Congress job anyway. Who is it that’s running the house in 19 days? Oh yeah, Nancy Pelosi. Shes going to shove a new form of Obamacare so far up your ass you’re going to choke on it. With a mandate from the American people.
  2. They had no choice. There are 33 seats up for reelection in 2020. 22 of them Republican seats. The Democrats would have crucified the Republicans if they would have stood by Trump to protect the Saudis.
  3. Manhattan-based federal prosecutors are investigating whether some of the $107 million in donations to then President-elect Donald Trump's inaugural committee were misspent, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, said the investigation arose in part from the slew of materials seized in April raids on Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, by federal prosecutors. Cohen on Wednesday was sentenced to three years in prison on charges that came in part from those April raids on his office and residence. The criminal probe is also looking into whether some of the committee's top spenders traded money for access to the incoming Trump administration, as well as "policy concessions or to influence official administration positions," sources told the Journal. "Giving money in exchange for political favors could run afoul of federal corruption laws," the newspaper explained. "Diverting funds from the organization, which was registered as a nonprofit, could also violate federal law." Federal prosecutors have reportedly also questioned Richard Gates — the ex-partner of onetime Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort — who pleaded guilty in February to conspiracy and lying charges lodged by special counsel Robert Mueller. Gates, who has cooperated with investigators in Mueller's probe of Russian interference during the 2016 U.S. election, served as deputy chairman of Trump's inaugural committee. The White House had no immediate comment on the report. A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan declined CNBC's request for comment. Read the full report from The Wall Street Journal.
  4. skews13

    If you direct your Lawyer

    Not up to anything. The quote box was a fat thumb mistake. I dont engage in cheesy drama queen games, i'll leave that to you. The source is AMI head David Pecker who gave this information to the DOJ prosecutors at SDNY. Feel free to call them, and tell them it isn't true. Apparently, every news source on the planet seems to believe it. Considering it was a statement given under oath as negotiation for prosecution, the court seems to believe it also. Whether or not you do is as irrelevant as your last two replies.
  5. He's going to be surprised to learn there are over 1 million of them on the road as we speak. With Toyota ramping up, and now GM dedicating a manufacturing facility to their model, there will be double that number by the end of next year. As more people see the infrastructure being put into place to support them, it will increase the number exponentially over time.
  6. skews13

    If you direct your Lawyer

    There is no legal way to pay off a woman you have been cheating on your wife with, in order to keep her quiet so it doesn’t hurt your job political campaign. Thats not directing your lawyer. That’s conspiring with him. Which makes you an unindicted co conspirator. It also makes you an adulterer. Which demonstrates to the court you of low moral character, and your word against someone else’s doesnt carry much weight.
  7. Taxes are everyone’s money numbnuts. Just as soon as we repeal Reaganomics, and have no illusions in that empty space between your ears, we are going to repeal it. We will then be able to put the country back on the right track with other people’s money, as the Constitution directs the Congress to do just that.
  8. skews13

    3 years for Cohen.

    You do 8 and a half months for every 12 you receive in federal time. If he git 36 months, he will do 25 and a half months before he is eligible for release. That is contingent upon good behavior, and no other charges brought against him while he is incarcerated. He will also be on supervised release for another 36 months, and thats a whole 36 months, and was fined $50,000 for each offense.
  9. That's what he would look like in a strip club.
  10. Yep. Pelosi told him to his face on national television. You get nothing. Now try to act like an adult, and tell the country we're not going to shut the government down on Christmas.
  11. These were state charges numbnuts. Trump can’t pardon him.
  12. skews13

    Reality takes hold

    The deflections have been many the past week. He sees the writing on the wall.