A round up of Trumpian events ๐Ÿ–•๐ŸŠ๐Ÿคก


#7424

And nobody elseโ€™s do.

SMFH


#7425

Didnโ€™t take a much of fig leaf to make them comfortable. Fuckers. Hope this is the end of Collinsโ€™ career.


#7426

#7427

peanuts-linus-ennui


#7428

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#7429

fluttershycry


#7430


#7431

cutegirl


#7432

โ€œThey put tariffs on our dairy products going into Canada, almost 300 per cent. We canโ€™t have that. Canโ€™t have that,โ€ Trump said at a campaign rally in Indiana in August.

โ€œThey cannot continue to charge us 300 per cent tariff on dairy products, and thatโ€™s what theyโ€™re doing,โ€ Trump said at the White House in September.

โ€œGuess what: Trump made a trade agreement that lets Canada continue to charge 300 per cent on these hefty tariffs.โ€

Pants on fucking fire yo.

Pants%20Fire%20idiot


#7433

Trump owns the GOP. Presented with clear and incontrovertible evidence that the man broke the law and committed both tax and mail fraud, the best his former critics can summon as a criticism is โ€œwell, taxes are complicated.โ€


#7434

Itโ€™s a GOP high five.


#7435

Not only that, but a lot of US dairy products arenโ€™t eligible under our regs.

Some of what you guys allow in your food supply is nasty.


#7436

Maybe it was the Constitution.


#7437

Guess what we in the UK are afraid of post-Brexitโ€ฆ


#7438

Allow?
I thought that was the whole point of US-American Cuisine?

On a more serious note, Trump shooting down TTIP was something many left-wing Europeans silently applauded. In Germanophone countries, the term Chlorhรผhnchen verhindern! was something a rallying cry against it.

Itโ€™s all so confused, I donโ€™t know what to say.


#7439

Iโ€™m sure that Republicans Meadows, Messer, and King tried their best, but the Nobel committee opted to give their prize to people fighting against sexual violence, rather than to a guy who boasts about committing it.


#7440

Itโ€™s only a matter of time before that sociopath runs out of lies, excuses and schemes. What happens after that point will likely involve using force and encouraging his supporters to assault his opposition (not counting the times he said he would pay for legal fees on the campaign trail).


#7441

Didnโ€™t quite know where to put this, so here it is.


#7442

The criticism came on Thursday in a scathing speech against China that the Veep gave to the Hudson Institute, a DC-based public policy organization.

Another well-funded Republican โ€œthink-tankโ€. You canโ€™t have too many of them.


#7443

An interesting take on Herr McConnell:

https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2018/10/25/suffocation-of-democracy/

"If the US has someone whom historians will look back on as the gravedigger of American democracy, it is Mitch McConnell. He stoked the hyperpolarization of American politics to make the Obama presidency as dysfunctional and paralyzed as he possibly could. As with parliamentary gridlock in Weimar, congressional gridlock in the US has diminished respect for democratic norms, allowing McConnell to trample them even more. Nowhere is this vicious circle clearer than in the obliteration of traditional precedents concerning judicial appointments. "