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Trump Connected To A Crime?09-12-2018 07:14
James___
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With this, it's possible that a sitting president can't be prosecuted because they're president.

Associated PressDecember 8, 2018, 8:53 AM EST
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department says that President Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of two women whose claims of extramarital affairs threatened his presidential campaign, the first time prosecutors have connected Trump to a federal crime.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/prosecutors-illegal-hush-money-paid-trumps-direction-022350118--politics.html
09-12-2018 07:43
HarveyH55
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Was he paying for the campaign, or his marriage, and can the persecutors can prove it? Think it's just part II, of the Russian Investigation, since it's likely coming to the end, with no meddling, no collusion on the election, just some side issues. Hope they have more than the one witness, he doesn't seem highly credible, and his audio recording wasn't that specific. Bill Clinton did his in the White House, in areas where Monica didn't have security clearance, lied about it for 7 months to the American people, investigators, and got nothing, except maybe a pat on the back from his fraternity brothers. I'm guess the liberals will keep up the bogus investigations the entire presidency, hoping to effect an re-election efforts, strengthen what ever weak candidate they scrounge up, maybe James Comey. Seems like he's being portrayed as the virtuous-victim, and keeping his name out there. After two years of being blocked bullied by the liberals, doubt Trump will run again, but maybe some of his ideas and agenda will survive. The president's job is to lead, and Trump doesn't have that skill, he's more of a dictator. The president has very little power, he needs the support of the majority on Capital Hill, can't just issue orders. Think the democrats are only showing us, just how corrupt and powerful the have become. Trump didn't want to play their game, so they focus on destroying him, so they can get back to business as usual.
09-12-2018 12:46
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Was he paying for the campaign, or his marriage, and can the persecutors can prove it? Think it's just part II, of the Russian Investigation, since it's likely coming to the end, with no meddling, no collusion on the election, just some side issues. Hope they have more than the one witness, he doesn't seem highly credible, and his audio recording wasn't that specific. Bill Clinton did his in the White House, in areas where Monica didn't have security clearance, lied about it for 7 months to the American people, investigators, and got nothing, except maybe a pat on the back from his fraternity brothers. I'm guess the liberals will keep up the bogus investigations the entire presidency, hoping to effect an re-election efforts, strengthen what ever weak candidate they scrounge up, maybe James Comey. Seems like he's being portrayed as the virtuous-victim, and keeping his name out there. After two years of being blocked bullied by the liberals, doubt Trump will run again, but maybe some of his ideas and agenda will survive. The president's job is to lead, and Trump doesn't have that skill, he's more of a dictator. The president has very little power, he needs the support of the majority on Capital Hill, can't just issue orders. Think the democrats are only showing us, just how corrupt and powerful the have become. Trump didn't want to play their game, so they focus on destroying him, so they can get back to business as usual.



You really don't take the time to read anything, do you? They're not going to charge him with anything. It's also not a part of the Russia probe and has nothing to do with Bill Clinton.
This isn't a political forum yet that's most of what you're on about. It's interesting because gfm7175 mentioned that when you omit philosophy, science, etc. what are you left with? It's politics.
Can't discuss anything with you. It's all opinion. Kind of like discussing California's water rights with itn, he didn't know they go back to when California was under a Spanish governor. I'd have to look up when the government in California changed but it might've been the middle of the 19th century.
I checked. Reading pays off I guess. Gold's discovery in 1848 started the change in government. And water rights can go back to proof of land ownership such as how long has your family owned the land? The 1800's?
https://www.kcet.org/redefine/whose-water-is-it-anyway-california-water-rights-explained
Edited on 09-12-2018 13:12
09-12-2018 18:10
HarveyH55
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Tend to disagree, 'Climate Change' is political. It's over-blowing, an unprovable, non-issue, to gain power and control over energy production and use, through the governments around the world. The suggest method to all the world governments, to raise petroleum taxes so high, that people will have to turn to the still expensive, and much less efficient alternatives, or do without. Most will have to do without, and depend on what crumbs the governments feel like passing out. This is a highly political topic, and I don't think my posts start off as completely unrelated, just get hijacked on some minor detail, and turned to something tabloid. You can go off on any tangent you want, but I'm not going to follow very far, to entertain you. Climate change, is a very minor interest to me, my precious spare time is better spent on other interests. You can call me ignorant all you want, in some ways it true, I don't know everything, or obsessed with every detail. Obviously, I'm not a progressive, liberal, socialist, or even simpathetic to those, who are so afflicted by that OCD condition.
09-12-2018 19:44
Wake
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James___ wrote:
With this, it's possible that a sitting president can't be prosecuted because they're president.

Associated PressDecember 8, 2018, 8:53 AM EST
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department says that President Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of two women whose claims of extramarital affairs threatened his presidential campaign, the first time prosecutors have connected Trump to a federal crime.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/prosecutors-illegal-hush-money-paid-trumps-direction-022350118--politics.html


Technically a President can be indicted. In practice requiring 2/3rds of the vote of the Senate it is impossible. So dream on.
09-12-2018 20:42
Into the Night
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James___ wrote:
With this, it's possible that a sitting president can't be prosecuted because they're president.

Associated PressDecember 8, 2018, 8:53 AM EST
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department says that President Donald Trump directed illegal payments to buy the silence of two women whose claims of extramarital affairs threatened his presidential campaign, the first time prosecutors have connected Trump to a federal crime.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/prosecutors-illegal-hush-money-paid-trumps-direction-022350118--politics.html


Off topic, O Bill Clinton supporter.


The Parrot Killer
09-12-2018 20:43
Into the Night
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Was he paying for the campaign, or his marriage, and can the persecutors can prove it? Think it's just part II, of the Russian Investigation, since it's likely coming to the end, with no meddling, no collusion on the election, just some side issues. Hope they have more than the one witness, he doesn't seem highly credible, and his audio recording wasn't that specific. Bill Clinton did his in the White House, in areas where Monica didn't have security clearance, lied about it for 7 months to the American people, investigators, and got nothing, except maybe a pat on the back from his fraternity brothers. I'm guess the liberals will keep up the bogus investigations the entire presidency, hoping to effect an re-election efforts, strengthen what ever weak candidate they scrounge up, maybe James Comey. Seems like he's being portrayed as the virtuous-victim, and keeping his name out there. After two years of being blocked bullied by the liberals, doubt Trump will run again, but maybe some of his ideas and agenda will survive. The president's job is to lead, and Trump doesn't have that skill, he's more of a dictator. The president has very little power, he needs the support of the majority on Capital Hill, can't just issue orders. Think the democrats are only showing us, just how corrupt and powerful the have become. Trump didn't want to play their game, so they focus on destroying him, so they can get back to business as usual.



You really don't take the time to read anything, do you? They're not going to charge him with anything. It's also not a part of the Russia probe and has nothing to do with Bill Clinton.
This isn't a political forum yet that's most of what you're on about. It's interesting because gfm7175 mentioned that when you omit philosophy, science, etc. what are you left with? It's politics.
Can't discuss anything with you. It's all opinion. Kind of like discussing California's water rights with itn, he didn't know they go back to when California was under a Spanish governor. I'd have to look up when the government in California changed but it might've been the middle of the 19th century.
I checked. Reading pays off I guess. Gold's discovery in 1848 started the change in government. And water rights can go back to proof of land ownership such as how long has your family owned the land? The 1800's?


Off topic again, O wandering random poet. This is a forum about so-called 'climate change' (whatever THAT is!).


The Parrot Killer
09-12-2018 21:12
James___
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Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Was he paying for the campaign, or his marriage, and can the persecutors can prove it? Think it's just part II, of the Russian Investigation, since it's likely coming to the end, with no meddling, no collusion on the election, just some side issues. Hope they have more than the one witness, he doesn't seem highly credible, and his audio recording wasn't that specific. Bill Clinton did his in the White House, in areas where Monica didn't have security clearance, lied about it for 7 months to the American people, investigators, and got nothing, except maybe a pat on the back from his fraternity brothers. I'm guess the liberals will keep up the bogus investigations the entire presidency, hoping to effect an re-election efforts, strengthen what ever weak candidate they scrounge up, maybe James Comey. Seems like he's being portrayed as the virtuous-victim, and keeping his name out there. After two years of being blocked bullied by the liberals, doubt Trump will run again, but maybe some of his ideas and agenda will survive. The president's job is to lead, and Trump doesn't have that skill, he's more of a dictator. The president has very little power, he needs the support of the majority on Capital Hill, can't just issue orders. Think the democrats are only showing us, just how corrupt and powerful the have become. Trump didn't want to play their game, so they focus on destroying him, so they can get back to business as usual.



You really don't take the time to read anything, do you? They're not going to charge him with anything. It's also not a part of the Russia probe and has nothing to do with Bill Clinton.
This isn't a political forum yet that's most of what you're on about. It's interesting because gfm7175 mentioned that when you omit philosophy, science, etc. what are you left with? It's politics.
Can't discuss anything with you. It's all opinion. Kind of like discussing California's water rights with itn, he didn't know they go back to when California was under a Spanish governor. I'd have to look up when the government in California changed but it might've been the middle of the 19th century.
I checked. Reading pays off I guess. Gold's discovery in 1848 started the change in government. And water rights can go back to proof of land ownership such as how long has your family owned the land? The 1800's?


Off topic again, O wandering random poet. This is a forum about so-called 'climate change' (whatever THAT is!).



Yellow flag is thrown on the field. Fallacy inversion. 15 yards and loss of post.
Trump is an anti-environmentalist. Demonstrating the fruit of his logic.
09-12-2018 21:18
Into the Night
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James___ wrote:
Into the Night
Off topic again, O wandering random poet. This is a forum about so-called 'climate change' (whatever THAT is!).



Yellow flag is thrown on the field. Fallacy inversion. 15 yards and loss of post.
Trump is an anti-environmentalist. Demonstrating the fruit of his logic.

This forum is not about your hatred and lies about Trump.


The Parrot Killer
Edited on 09-12-2018 21:19
09-12-2018 21:35
James___
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Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
Into the Night
Off topic again, O wandering random poet. This is a forum about so-called 'climate change' (whatever THAT is!).



Yellow flag is thrown on the field. Fallacy inversion. 15 yards and loss of post.
Trump is an anti-environmentalist. Demonstrating the fruit of his logic.

This forum is not about your hatred and lies about Trump.



But I love President Trump. It's just that I know there's a better man inside of him just waiting to be.




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