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2 minutes ago, benson13 said:

thats whats going to force this Lying Sack of Shiit out of the WH in a few short months

He can also be prosecuted after he's out.  Karma, the right wing nuts have it coming.

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Just now, Five By Five said:

Mueller has them.. that's enough for me

 

seriously.. I bet even if they were releases they are just a bunch of mumbo humbo fake bullcrap

You know the Right Wing Nuts will never believe it.  

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Yep, they'll be chanting lock her up as they fall into the giant a**hole of Trump.  We are going to be stuck with Pence for awhile.  If he gets to choose the next Supreme Court Justice, thats scary too.

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I use to think that the IRS was always on the lookout for tax evaders, but in resent light, obviously that is not the case. How the hell did people like Manafort and Cohen slip through the ever watchful eyes of the IRS? What's it going to take for them to look at The Pig's taxes? I personally know a couple of people that were hounded by them, and they were not rich by any means. They made some errors yes, but nowhere on a level of these two.

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1 hour ago, Sane said:

Don the Con, A.K.A. President Pay to Play, A.K.A. Spanky.  I can't wait to see Donny the Dingbat's tax returns now.  Apparently Tax evasion is the crime families favorite crime.

LOL That would be known as probable cause for a search warrant..tho I am pretty sure Mueller has a copy already. BUT NY could use one to file charges within the state. That is the beauty of his blunders it goes way beyond Federal.

 

The only question is do they catch him coming or going :)

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13 minutes ago, Middl3 said:

LOL That would be known as probable cause for a search warrant..tho I am pretty sure Mueller has a copy already. BUT NY could use one to file charges within the state. That is the beauty of his blunders it goes way beyond Federal.

 

The only question is do they catch him coming or going :)

When it comes to Stormy they caught him botu coming and going.

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As long as republicans control everything, trump could shyt in the rose garden and rub it on his face and they would shrug their shoulders... ‘WHAT???  HE DOESN’T HAVE THE RIGHT TO RUB SHYT ON HIS FACE!?!?  WHAT LAW IS HE BREAKING!?’

 

It’s the system they designed and implemented.  So its the system we have to exist in until enough people w/ enough backbone can change it.

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Pretty confident Obama's weaponized IRS would have gone through Trumps tax returns with a fine toothed comb. What's surprising is they didn't pay someone to make something up about it - maybe a "tax dossier"?

 

And for the record, a POTUS does not have to supply tax returns anymore than any of you dullards have to post yours on this forum.

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13 hours ago, benson13 said:

thats whats going to force this Lying Sack of Shiit out of the WH in a few short months

 

Possibly. It seems less and less likely that collusion, obstruction and certainly campaign finance violations will do the trick. 

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The president is above the law. Kavanaugh said so years ago. 

 

The Senate’s top Democrat on Wednesday called for the Senate Judiciary Committee to postpone its consideration of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, citing the bombshell guilty plea from Michael Cohen, President Trump’s longtime personal attorney. 

 

“The president, identified as an unindicted co-conspirator of a federal crime, an accusation made not by a political enemy but by the closest of his own confidants, is on the verge of making a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, a court that may some day soon determine the extent of the president’s legal jeopardy,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said on the Senate floor. “In my view, the Senate Judiciary Committee should immediately pause the consideration of the Kavanaugh nomination.” 

 

Kavanaugh is expected to appear before the Judiciary Committee for his confirmation hearing Sept. 4, when members’ will question Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court nominee over four days.

 

But Schumer said Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, should postpone the hearing after Cohen pleaded guilty to eight criminal counts Tuesday afternoon, including violation of campaign finance laws "in coordination and at the direction of a candidate for federal office." 

 

The charging document detailed an agreement Cohen entered into with the chairman and CEO of American Media Inc., the publisher of the National Enquirer, to “help deal with negative stories about Individual-1’s relationship with women, by among other things, assisting the campaign in identifying such stories so they could be purchased and their publication avoided.” 

 
“Individual-1,” described as a person who “began his presidential campaign” on June 16, 2015, is assumed to be Trump. 
 

Schumer said the implication of the president by Cohen, coupled with Kavanaugh’s views on whether the president has to comply with a subpoena, should preclude the Judiciary Committee from moving forward with his nomination. 

 

“The sequence of those two events — Kavanaugh’s refusal to say that a president must comply with a duly issued subpoena and Michael Cohen’s implication of the president in a federal crime — makes the danger of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court abundantly clear,” he said. “It’s a game changer.” 

 

Schumer said it is “unseemly” for Trump to be selecting a Supreme Court justice who may preside over a case involving the president who nominated him. 

 

Raj Shah, White House principal deputy press secretary, chided the request by Schumer to delay Kavanaugh's hearing. 

 

“Democrats pledged to block Judge Kavanaugh with everything they had. Frankly, this latest attempt looks increasingly desperate," he said in a statement. "The Committee has a hearing scheduled for September 4th, and Judge Kavanaugh will be there.” 

 

Also on Wednesday, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., a member of the Judiciary Committee, said the panel should not consider Kavanaugh’s nomination early next month in light of Cohen’s guilty plea and the conviction Tuesday of Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chairman. 

 

“After bombshell convictions of key Trump cohorts — & identification of President Trump as an unnamed, unidicted co-conspirator — Judiciary Committee must postpone Kavanaugh nomination hearing,” he said in a series of tweets. “The President of the United States has been implicated in a criminal plot to violate campaign finance laws & influence the outcome of an election. Under no circumstances should we be considering his nomination of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in just one week.” 

 

“Kavanaugh hearing must be immediately postponed so Judiciary Committee can continue vital investigation of Trump campaign criminality & obstruction of justice,” he continued.

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The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times local):

 

7 p.m.

 

President Donald Trump is accusing his former lawyer Michael Cohen of lying under pressure of prosecution as his White House grapples with allegations that the president orchestrated a campaign cover-up to buy the silence of two women who claimed he had affairs with them.

 

Trump took to Twitter to accuse Cohen of making up "stories in order to get a 'deal'" from federal prosecutors. Cohen pleaded guilty Tuesday to eight charges, including campaign finance violations that he said he carried out in coordination with Trump.

 

The White House has signaled no clear strategy for managing the fallout. At a White House briefing, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisted at least seven times that Trump had done nothing wrong and was not the subject of criminal charges.

 

3 p.m.

 

The White House says President Donald Trump did nothing wrong the day after his former attorney Michael Cohen said Trump had directed him to make hush money payments to two women with the express purpose of "influencing the election."

 

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders tells reporters that the president has "done nothing wrong" and stresses, "There are no charges against him."

 

She also calls it "a ridiculous accusation" to suggest the president had lied when he said he didn't know about the payments at the time they were made.

 

Cohen on Tuesday pleaded guilty to a number of charges, including campaign finance violations.

 

Asked whether the president is concerned about what Cohen might tell the special counsel investigating Russia election middling: "I don't think the president is concerned at all."

 

2:45 p.m.

 

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says she's "not aware" of conversations about a possible presidential pardon for Paul Manafort.

 

Manafort--President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman--was convicted Tuesday in federal court of eight financial crimes stemming from his work before he joined Trump's campaign in 2016. A jury deadlocked on 10 other counts against Manafort.

 

Trump tweeted Wednesday about his respect for Manafort and called him a "brave man" for choosing to go trial over cooperating with prosecutors. Trump has also called Manafort's situation "sad."

 

Echoing the president, Sanders says Wednesday that Manafort's case doesn't have anything to do with the president, the president's campaign or the White House.

 

She says conversations about a pardon for Manafort are "not something that's been up for discussion."

 

2 p.m.

 

President Donald Trump is defending the hush money payments made by his former attorney Michael Cohen to a pair of women, insisting, contrary to Cohen's guilty plea, that the effort wasn't "even a campaign violation."

 

Trump is telling "Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt in an interview set to air Thursday that the payments "didn't come out of the campaign, and that's big."

 

He says wrongly that if the money had come from the campaign, "that could be a little dicey," but since it "came from me" it's "not even a campaign violation."

 

Cohen on Tuesday pleaded guilty to a series of charges and said Trump had directed him to arrange the payments to influence the election.

 

Corporations are not permitted to contribute to campaigns and money intended to influence an election must be reported.

 

1:30 p.m.

 

The White House is rejecting calls from Democrats to delay confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

 

Democrats say the hearings should be delayed following the conviction of Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, and the guilty plea of Michael Cohen, who implicated Trump in a federal crime.

 

White House spokesman Raj Shah says the Democrats look "increasingly desperate." He says the confirmation hearings will begin on Sept. 4 as scheduled and Kavanaugh "will be there."

 

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says the hearings should not be held until Kavanaugh answers questions about executive power, including whether a sitting president can be forced to comply with a subpoena.

 

He says the Senate shouldn't confirm a justice who believes that presidents "are virtually above the law."

 

1:20 p.m.

 

New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler, senior Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, is urging Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte to hold immediate hearings on President Donald Trump's persistent attacks on the Justice Department and the FBI. Nadler says the continued criticism by Trump on Twitter and in public comments are intended to interfere with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

 

Nadler said the guilty plea Tuesday by Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, means that "the president of the United States is now directly implicated in a criminal conspiracy." Nadler says Congress must act to "respond to this culture of corruption that has taken hold under Mr. Trump and Republican congressional majorities."

 

Nadler urged Goodlatte to take up a bill Nadler co-sponsored that protects Mueller's investigation.

 

11:45 a.m.

 

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is calling for Republicans to delay Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings in the wake of Paul Manafort's conviction and Michael Cohen's guilty plea, calling the developments "a game changer."

 

Schumer argues that Kavanaugh has refused to answer whether President Donald Trump can be forced to comply with a subpoena. He said that refusal, combined with Cohen implicating Trump in a federal crime, makes the danger of Kavanaugh's nomination "abundantly clear."

 

He says the president is on the verge of making a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, which may soon determine the extent of his legal jeopardy.

 

He says the Senate shouldn't confirm a justice who believes that presidents "are virtually above the law and only Congress can check a president's power."

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11:40 a.m.

Defense lawyers for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort are asking a federal judge to hold back a transcript referencing the special counsel's investigation that led to Manafort's financial fraud convictions.

 

In a motion filed Wednesday, Manafort's attorneys are asking U.S. District Judge T.C. Ellis lll to withhold portions of a bench discussion that occurred during the trial that ended with Manafort's conviction on 8 counts Tuesday. Ellis initially sealed the material after a request from prosecutors.

 

Prosecutors raised objections when Manafort's lawyers tried to prompt testimony about the special counsel's pre-trial questioning of former Manafort protege Rick Gates, who testified against his former boss.

 

Manafort lawyer Kevin Downing had asked Gates whether he had informed prosecutors about four alleged extramarital affairs, but the judge halted that line of questioning.

 

11 a.m.

 

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi says impeaching President Donald Trump is "not a priority" for Democrats despite the conviction of Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and the guilty plea of his former lawyer, Michael Cohen.

 

Pelosi tells The Associated Press that "impeachment has to spring from something else."

 

Pelosi says she prefers for Democrats, if they win the House in November, to conduct oversight and ensure Special Counsel Robert Mueller can finish his work.

 

She says: "If and when the information emerges about that, we'll see. It's not a priority on the agenda going forward unless something else comes forward."

 

10:25 a.m.

 

President Donald Trump is seeking to downplay Michael Cohen's guilty plea to campaign finance violations, suggesting that his former fixer's admission to federal crimes was akin to record-keeping violations.

 

Trump tweeted Wednesday that Cohen "plead guilty to two counts of campaign finance violations that are not a crime. President Obama had a big campaign finance violation and it was easily settled!"

 

Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations and implicated Trump in a campaign cover-up to buy the silence of women who said they had sexual relationships with him.

 

Trump appeared to be referencing that Obama's 2008 campaign was fined $375,000 by the Federal Election Commission for reporting violations that stemmed from missing notices for donations received during the final days of the campaign.

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12 hours ago, LaughinAtLefty said:

And for the record, a POTUS does not have to supply tax returns anymore than any of you dullards have to post yours on this forum.

This is true but if he is so proud of him bad self and all of his $$ why not show it off. It is and was never that big of a deal either way until now lol. His siggy is on all of them which may or may not involve fraud. Time will defo tell. I am pretty sure Mueller already knows, hence taking those around the Orange Trud down 1st to solidify the case. Thing is if the cops stop by because you are beating your wife and happen to see coke on the coffee table you can bet Trump's bottom dollar you will get charged with both. Same applies here. Seems that Orange Turd stanks as bad as we all thought.

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31 minutes ago, benson13 said:

It seems less and less likely that collusion, obstruction and certainly campaign finance violations will do the trick

 

 

says tramp and Foxaganda Only....

New Fox poll 56% says he is shit. And that is over at Fox :P NOT to be confused with a shit.

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1 minute ago, Five By Five said:

Middl3.. can you hoenstly remember anytime in your life when things were more phucked up?

 

This pedophile preacher things is going to make everyone aware of how authority abuses us

It is slowly coming to a head. The race not go get any on ones self should begin within the next month. The GOP or wuteva is left of it...is so screwed.

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