Discussion in 'Blackgirl Online' started by Dr. Truth, Jan 12, 2019 at 8:10 PM.
Sounds like what a innocent person would do. So Kelly just stood back and said nothing huh, some patriot.
All them pussies are guilty by association they all need to fall with him. Jail time for them all. If I’m in the car with my boy who robs a bank I’m going down too. Fuck them all, Paul Ryan, Bitch Mconnell , faggit ass Lindsay Grahame all them hoes
I think the GOP needs to burn behind this shit. Burn the whole shit down and start a new party for their tired conservative ideas but the GOP itself is complicit in all this fuckery and needs to pay a price.
The democrats will fix everything then when the GOP gets back in power they will fuck everything up again, then the cycle repeats itself.
Yes, they missed their chance a long time ago. Now they gotta pay, go down in flames with that 30% fucks.
enough is enough, GOTDAMN, impeach and put this motherfucker in prison. WTF is wrong with these damn treasonous ass republiKKKans
They also need to expatriate his wife and retard son back to the shit whole country she was born in.
Has he went through those lengths with any other leader??
cacs had their psyche broken because Obama was a successful two-term President who the world loved. They did everything they could to fuck shit up for him and it didn't matter.
In 2013, when Barack Obama was president, a Washington Post-ABC News poll found that only 22 percent of Republicans supported the U.S. launching missile strikes against Syria in response to Bashar al-Assad using chemical weapons against civilians.
A new Post-ABC poll finds that 86 percent of Republicans support Donald Trump’s decision to launch strikes on Syria for the same reason. Only 11 percent are opposed.
cacs will fight for this idiot until the very end...
naw. that doesn't make someone look guilty..nope... #nocollusion #fakenews #allkosherwithputin
Sick sick fucking crackas!!!!!
"President Trump took possession of his interpreter’s notes after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, U.S. officials said. There is no detailed record, even in classified files, of Trump’s face-to-face interactions with Putin over the past two years, the officials said."
No collusion. We discussed adoptions.
Nothing in the history of humanity exhibits white supremacy more than Trump being POTUS. Nothing.
Treason right out in the open and they're letting it happen all the while we had month long discussion about Obama wearing a tan suit and Michelle wearing a sleeveless dress.
Perfectly normal behavior folks. Perfectly normal. Man Mueller has to be thinking shit can’t be this easy
Phony collusion, witch hunt, Smear campaign, sore loser libs blah blah blah
Trump: I was working for America undercover. I went to great heights for my country
WINS NEXT ELECTION LOL
I can’t even keep up with all of this fuckry
Well that's easy to get around, just subpoena the translator. I doubt she/he'll be willing to risk serving time to protect Trump.
He minus whale just stay in Russia
Those conversations were recorded. They just haven't told him. He will lye about it and they will catch him for lying again. The feds been recording his ass since 2017.
I am thoroughly surprised I haven't heard anything from these two coon ass muthafuckas yet (sarcasm).
Where is your Trump ACCOUNTABLE book you bitch? Cause you damn sure went out of your way to write one about President Obama. Your bitch ass didn't have an issue profiting with Obama's image on your piece of shit book though.
Not sure why some of this is news. It was reported at the time of meeting, Trump's translators would not allow to keep a formal record of the meeting and were banned from talking about any of it with anyone.
The only new info was that the FBI opened an investigation because of it.
yo...this muthafucka just called into Fox News screaming on the speaker phone
And General Kelly, and General Mad Dog Mattis didnt say shit.
My exact thoughts. I would assume Mueller already had that interview
Obama, Bush veterans dismiss Trump-Putin interpreter subpoena
BY OLIVIA BEAVERS AND AMIE PARNES - 07/20/18 05:56 AM EDT 3,364
Former officials from the Obama and George W. Bush administrations are pouring cold water on the idea that President Trump’s interpreter from the summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin should appear before Congress.
While multiple former Obama officials say they understand the desire to talk to one of the only people in the room with Trump and Putin, several argued it would set a dangerous precedent.
“For the same reasons why we need to protect our own diplomats, there is a real concern about having translators be subject to subpoenas,” said David Mortlock, director of international economic affairs at the White House National Security Council (NSC) under Obama.
He acknowledged that there is “legitimate concern about what the president may have promised Vladimir Putin.”
But he said subpoenaing an interpreter is a bridge too far, and would prevent presidents from speaking freely.
“They’re at the center of diplomatic relationships and it raises concerns about whether you can truly have diplomatic communications,” he said.
Ben Chang, who served as an NSC official under Obama, said while interpreters have “seen or heard a ton,” they ultimately serve as a “vessel” to guide and channel the president’s thoughts and ideas.
He argued that Congress should get to the bottom of the summit, but he thinks lawmakers instead need to subpoena officials such as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton.
The possibility that Trump summit interpreter Marina Gross will appear before Congress is remote for now given GOP control of both chambers.
Democrats were blocked Thursday when Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee rejected a motion to subpoena the interpreter.
Tony Fratto, who served as a White House deputy press secretary under former President George W. Bush, called it a “fruitless effort.”
“The law is clear. It would be bonkers to think this conversation doesn’t fall under executive privilege,” said Fratto, who frequently disagrees with Trump’s rhetoric and actions. “That’s not their job and the Constitution is pretty clear on that.”
Richard Fontaine, who served as a foreign policy adviser to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and served at the NSC under Bush, also dismissed the suggestion.
“I feel their pain, but I don't think forcing the translator of the president to testify [about] what she heard will be successful,” Fontaine told The Hill, calling it “bad practice.”
“People on the Hill seem to have ever-short historical perspective, but at some point a Democrat will have a one-on-one with a leader or take a walk in the park with a leader and do you really want that?” he said. “I know they want this, but I don't know that they want that.”
Democrats say the circumstances surrounding the Trump-Putin summit are exceptional, and justify the step of having lawmakers talk to Trump’s interpreter.