Who will Trump Fire Next (or who will quit next)?

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion & War Issues' started by EZEtoGRU, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. EZEtoGRU

    EZEtoGRU Count

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  2. Oaktown

    Oaktown Earl

  3. Awwshuck

    Awwshuck Viscount

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  4. Funguy

    Funguy Earl

  5. Awwshuck

    Awwshuck Viscount

    One can only hope, but you didnt hear me say that.;)
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  6. WilliamM

    WilliamM Regent


    Well, That was quick. The GOP House Committee Members at at odds with each other

    Intel panel Republicans seem to back away from finding that Russia was not trying to help Trump

    Karoun Demirjian March 13 at 9:24 PM Email the author

    The leader of the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation seemed to back off Tuesday from the most surprising finding in the GOP’s report that Russia was not trying to help President Trump, as the panel’s top Democrat trashed the product as a political gift to the White House.

    Rep. K. Michael Conaway (R-Tex.) told reporters Tuesday that “it’s clear [Russian officials] were trying to hurt Hillary [Clinton]” by interfering in the 2016 election and that “everybody gets to make up their own mind whether they were trying to hurt Hillary, help Trump, it’s kind of glass half full, glass half empty.”

    That equivalence stands in sharp contrast to the conclusions of a 150-page GOP-drafted report Conaway announced to the news media on Monday that concludes that the intelligence community “didn’t meet the standards” of proof necessary to determine that Russia meddled in the 2016 election with the aim of helping Trump.

    When it comes to determining whether Russia interfered to hurt Clinton or help Trump, “you can pitch that either way,” Conaway said Tuesday.

    [Republicans on House panel, excluding Democrats’ input, say there’s no evidence of collusion with Russia]

    His comments came after other panel Republicans, including Reps. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) and Thomas J. Rooney (R-Fla.) gave interviews in which they stressed that there was evidence that Russia had tried to damage Clinton’s candidacy.

    The report’s findings on Russia’s intentions in interfering is just one area of the document with which Democrats on the panel took issue Tuesday after being presented with it in the morning.

    The panel’s ranking Democrat, Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.), who called the report “not a serious work,” said the document was proof that Republicans were willing only to “go through the motions of an investigation . . . to give the pretense of trying to find the truth.”

    Schiff added that the report was “little more than another Nunes memo in long form,” likening it to the four-page document that the panel’s GOP members, led by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), put out last month alleging that the FBI and Justice Department engaged in “surveillance abuses” to monitor the activities of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Democrats accused Republicans of using the Nunes memo to undermine the Russia investigation — a charge they also applied to Tuesday’s GOP report.
    Schiff and other Democrats on the committee released a 22-page “status update” Tuesday night, listing the various witnesses, firms and documents the panel had declined to subpoena or otherwise examine, along with the reasons that each would be relevant to the investigation. It also lays out areas of inquiry that the minority members say the GOP abandoned by terminating the probe earlier than Democrats would have liked.

    “There were leads and investigative paths on, from my perspective, three different and major significant areas: first, on collusion, second, on money laundering, and third, on obstruction of justice,” said Rep. Joaquin Castro, a Democratic panel member from Texas. “At this point, the majority has chosen to ignore those.”

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    Democratic committee members pledged to forge ahead with the investigation and eventually issue their own report, although they do not have the ability to subpoena witnesses and other information without the panel chairman’s buy-in.

    They reserved special vitriol for the GOP’s decision not to more aggressively pursue uncooperative witnesses such as former White House strategist Stephen K. Bannon, whom Conaway had previously considered holding in contempt.“The majority has decided they would rather shut down the investigation than find out the answers to the questions we had for Stephen K. Bannon,” Schiff said. “This majority doesn’t want to know the answers, and it has set a precedent now that will affect future congresses’ ability to get answers from the executive.
  7. RockyMount

    RockyMount Lord

    Really??? "Well, That was quick. The GOP House Committee Members at at odds with each other"....Geez. Nothing at odds at all. The ISSUE that all of you have been crying about is TRUMP "colluding" with the Russians. Nothing has been found implicating our great President with anything!!!! You see how you liberals misinterpret everything.
  8. pitman

    pitman Viscount

    Just keep repeating -
    "Nothing has been found implicating our great President with anything!!!!" (by the House Intelligence Committee).
    Courtesy: Janz's campaign
  9. Oaktown

    Oaktown Earl

    The "Saturday Night Massacre" Part II could be on its way...

    WASHINGTON — The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, has subpoenaed the Trump Organization to turn over documents, including some related to Russia, according to two people briefed on the matter. The order is the first known time that the special counsel demanded documents directly related to President Trump’s businesses, bringing the investigation closer to the president.

    The breadth of the subpoena was not clear, nor was it clear why Mr. Mueller issued it instead of simply asking for the documents from the company, an umbrella organization that oversees Mr. Trump’s business ventures. In the subpoena, delivered in recent weeks, Mr. Mueller ordered the Trump Organization to hand over all documents related to Russia and other topics he is investigating, the people said.
  10. Awwshuck

    Awwshuck Viscount

    Ok, but how long ah gotta keep sayin that? The American people are gettin mighty tahrd of this whole mess.:confused:
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  11. Oaktown

    Oaktown Earl

  12. EZEtoGRU

    EZEtoGRU Count

    Well Dowd and McMaster are out. Who’s next? I say DeVos, Kelly, or Carson. What do you think?
  13. Oaktown

    Oaktown Earl

  14. @Awwshuck Any insider information about this...?
  15. Awwshuck

    Awwshuck Viscount

    Ah hope that Kelly Ann thang gets the boot;):rolleyes:
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