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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1960 on: May 28, 2018, 10:37:46 AM »
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1961 on: May 28, 2018, 10:40:50 AM »
The meeting’s on.
The meeting’s off.
He might be able to pencil it in.
Does everybody have to go through all this bullsh*t to get the Nobel?
Just give the man his goddamned trophy already!

We will NOT take ‘We’ll see what happens’ for an answer.

Basically, Trump is that guy we've all worked with who thinks 'we'll wait and see' is the only way to do things.  The kind of person who'll wait until the last possible day to pay invoices and bills, the kind of person who waits, all the while everyone else does the work for them.  Then when something finishes, they take the praise 'hey, I told you so'.  These people can't exist without the ones who carry them.  While Trump was sitting on his stupid fat arse watching Fox and Friends or playing golf, Moon has been the one putting in the groundwork with KJE.  Trump could never function without those who do all his work for him, which is why he's always been a con-man.  As we all know these kind of people eventually get caught up in their 'we'll wait and see' because you can't do that all the time, because eventually people don't want to do the leg work for them anymore.
Talk about the pot calling he kettle black.  Liberals are the ones who do the awareness and have the big ideas where every one else has to do the work.     Look at the Haitian relief effort that bill Clinton personally headed.  They said 20 k House were to be built , and they built 2700 houses in the end, and they went 30 million over budget.  He gave deals to incompetent friends and family and used the government as a piggy bank.

Without trump none of this nk deal would have happened.   China knew the dems were fools and he said one thing and did another.  Trump actually went through and pressured China. Zte and other businesses were really sanctioned this time, and the chinese know that trump meant business .   Un knows that trump means business too. 
Dems are useless in foreign policy and every country laughs at them.  Their only strong suite is domestic policy and that just involves giving things to people for free, aka bribing. 

Kind of like the Haitian relief effort that bill

Bowe Bergdahl is a Republican. Obama had to go in there and rescue his conservative voting ass.

Liberals: Heroically saving non-Liberals since 1776.

P.S. All of Seal team 6 voted for Hillary.
The best snipers the best weapons specialists and the best pilots in seal team 6 are all Republicans.  Even if they voted for Clinton after the assassination of bin laden.

Who are you trying to kid?
All Navy Seals, or at least 90% vote Democrat. They all loved Obama. And why wouldn't they? He gave them extra funding. I've met a few Seals in Korea. They always tell me about how much they hate Republicans. Who can blame them. This Trump guy, he's a real jerk. Seals don't stand for that kind of nonsense.
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1962 on: May 28, 2018, 10:41:36 AM »
The meeting’s on.
The meeting’s off.
He might be able to pencil it in.
Does everybody have to go through all this bullsh*t to get the Nobel?
Just give the man his goddamned trophy already!

We will NOT take ‘We’ll see what happens’ for an answer.

Basically, Trump is that guy we've all worked with who thinks 'we'll wait and see' is the only way to do things.  The kind of person who'll wait until the last possible day to pay invoices and bills, the kind of person who waits, all the while everyone else does the work for them.  Then when something finishes, they take the praise 'hey, I told you so'.  These people can't exist without the ones who carry them.  While Trump was sitting on his stupid fat arse watching Fox and Friends or playing golf, Moon has been the one putting in the groundwork with KJE.  Trump could never function without those who do all his work for him, which is why he's always been a con-man.  As we all know these kind of people eventually get caught up in their 'we'll wait and see' because you can't do that all the time, because eventually people don't want to do the leg work for them anymore.
Talk about the pot calling he kettle black.  Liberals are the ones who do the awareness and have the big ideas where every one else has to do the work.     Look at the Haitian relief effort that bill Clinton personally headed.  They said 20 k House were to be built , and they built 2700 houses in the end, and they went 30 million over budget.  He gave deals to incompetent friends and family and used the government as a piggy bank.

Nowhere did I mention about liberal/conservative.  I merely mentioned a personality.  One that we've encountered at one time or another.  Thing is, if you are poor, being the kind of person who 'waits and sees' is a dangerous way to do business.  If you're sitting on a pile of cash, then you can 'wait and see'.  But like I said what goes around comes around eventually with these kinds of people.  Again, I will highlight this has nothing to do with politics. 

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Without trump none of this nk deal would have happened.   

At the moment, there is no deal.  The person who has worked hard to make 'it' happen is Moon.  Trump spends his whole time, 'waiting and seeing'.  If Moon did nothing, there'd be no chance of a deal at all.  As soon as the Nobel Prize was mentioned, that was the only thing Trump focused on, and of course, he doesn't deserve it in the least.  His personality leeches off the hard work of others. 

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1963 on: May 29, 2018, 10:56:03 AM »
Donald Trump tweet, putting the 'ME' into 'Memorial Day'...

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Happy Memorial Day! Those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country is doing today. Best economy in decades, lowest unemployment numbers for Blacks and Hispanics EVER (& women in 18years), rebuilding our Military and so much more. Nice!

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"On #MemorialDay we honor the American heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice defending our values and protecting our freedoms. We owe them a debt of gratitude we can never repay."

South Carolina GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham's tweet.

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"We can never truly repay the debt we owe our fallen heroes. But we can remember them, honor their sacrifice, and affirm in our own lives those enduring ideals of justice, equality, and opportunity for which generations of Americans have given that last full measure of devotion."

Obama

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“Mr. President: My father was MIA in Vietnam for 30 years. I will visit him at Arlington today. There is nothing “happy” about #MemorialDay,”

Retired US Army Major General Paul Eaton.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1964 on: May 29, 2018, 11:16:19 AM »
You couldn’t just have the last world could you? Had to add to it.

Disnegenuous comes to mind when you argue that trump took a small part in this.

WIthout him nothing nada zilch zero. 
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1965 on: May 29, 2018, 11:22:12 AM »
Donald Trump tweet, putting the 'ME' into 'Memorial Day'...

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Happy Memorial Day! Those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country is doing today. Best economy in decades, lowest unemployment numbers for Blacks and Hispanics EVER (& women in 18years), rebuilding our Military and so much more. Nice!

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"On #MemorialDay we honor the American heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice defending our values and protecting our freedoms. We owe them a debt of gratitude we can never repay."

South Carolina GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham's tweet.

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"We can never truly repay the debt we owe our fallen heroes. But we can remember them, honor their sacrifice, and affirm in our own lives those enduring ideals of justice, equality, and opportunity for which generations of Americans have given that last full measure of devotion."

Obama

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“Mr. President: My father was MIA in Vietnam for 30 years. I will visit him at Arlington today. There is nothing “happy” about #MemorialDay,”

Retired US Army Major General Paul Eaton.

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Surprised that Cadet Bonespurs dragged himself off the golf course for this.

Also, Robert O’Neill, the former SEAL claimed to have shot Bin Laden.

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Don’t wish me a happy Memorial Day. There is nothing happy about the loss of the brave men and women of our armed forces who died in combat defending America. Memorial Day is not a celebration.

Memorial Day is a time for reflection, pause, remembrance and thanksgiving for patriots who gave up their own lives to protect the lives and freedom of us all – including the freedom of generations long gone and generations yet unborn. We owe the fallen a debt so enormous that it can never be repaid.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1966 on: May 29, 2018, 12:54:52 PM »
At the moment, there is no deal.  The person who has worked hard to make 'it' happen is Moon.  Trump spends his whole time, 'waiting and seeing'.  If Moon did nothing, there'd be no chance of a deal at all.  As soon as the Nobel Prize was mentioned, that was the only thing Trump focused on, and of course, he doesn't deserve it in the least.  His personality leeches off the hard work of others.
Pretty sure this deal isn't happening without Trump.

Because Trump is so despised by the establishment, he is likely the only U.S. leader Kim could "trust" following the Libya debacle. At least Kim knows that Trump will stand up to the establishment and the war interest and the media. Pretty every institution that is responsible for Libya-Syria outside of the U.S. military, loathes Trump.

How could Kim trust Obama? That man wouldn't even stand up for his own country when China dissed him during his arrival. Trump meanwhile withdraws from talks after his VP is insulted.

the media yelled at Trump over sanctions on China, then they yell at him over bellicose language, then they yell at him during his Asia diplomatic summit, then they yell at him for tweeting directly to Kim, then they yell at him for 'Fire and Fury', then they yell at him over which cabinet people to appoint and their work on North Korea, then they yell at him for talking to Kim, then they yell at him for not talking to Kim, and THEN they say he's had no impact and on and on and on.

It's just reflexive anti-Trumpism, nothing more. There's no coherent narrative, just "Trump did it, so it must be wrong."

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1967 on: May 29, 2018, 01:09:02 PM »
At the moment, there is no deal.  The person who has worked hard to make 'it' happen is Moon.  Trump spends his whole time, 'waiting and seeing'.  If Moon did nothing, there'd be no chance of a deal at all.  As soon as the Nobel Prize was mentioned, that was the only thing Trump focused on, and of course, he doesn't deserve it in the least.  His personality leeches off the hard work of others.
Pretty sure this deal isn't happening without Trump.

Because Trump is so despised by the establishment, he is likely the only U.S. leader Kim could "trust" following the Libya debacle. At least Kim knows that Trump will stand up to the establishment and the war interest and the media. Pretty every institution that is responsible for Libya-Syria outside of the U.S. military, loathes Trump.

How could Kim trust Obama? That man wouldn't even stand up for his own country when China dissed him during his arrival. Trump meanwhile withdraws from talks after his VP is insulted.

the media yelled at Trump over sanctions on China, then they yell at him over bellicose language, then they yell at him during his Asia diplomatic summit, then they yell at him for tweeting directly to Kim, then they yell at him for 'Fire and Fury', then they yell at him over which cabinet people to appoint and their work on North Korea, then they yell at him for talking to Kim, then they yell at him for not talking to Kim, and THEN they say he's had no impact and on and on and on.

It's just reflexive anti-Trumpism, nothing more. There's no coherent narrative, just "Trump did it, so it must be wrong."

Trusting Trump after Libya but you've got Pence and Bolton cheerleading the "Libya Model". Yeah, ok!

What's Trump's discussion with KJU: "Just ignore those idiots. With me, you'll be in power for life. Now, about that Trump Hotel Pyeongyang."

Standing up to China? Compared to Trump who has caved dramatically to China's demands. Still waiting for that "China is a currency manipulator" to be America's foreign policy.

"No coherent narrative." That seems to be the running commentary coming out of the White House via Trump's twitter feed.


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1968 on: May 29, 2018, 03:18:32 PM »
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Ivanka Trump’s fashion and homewares business received initial approval from the Chinese government for five trademark applications days before her father announced a U-turn in policy on ZTE, a Chinese telecoms firm that has admitted breaking US sanctions on Iran and North Korea.

Chinese trademark documents detailing the approvals were made public by Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington (Crew), a watchdog group. The group said the first daughter and White House adviser, who represents the US at diplomatic events, already held more than a dozen trademarks in China and multiple pending applications. Donald Trump holds more than 100 trademarks in China.

The five approvals, for applications made in 2017, came through on 7 May. On 13 May, Trump made the surprise announcement that he had instructed the Department of Commerce to help get ZTE “back into business”.

In April, the US government accused ZTE of misleading regulators after it settled charges of violating sanctions against North Korea and Iran. Its punishment was to be banned from US suppliers for seven years.

The latest registration approvals won by Ivanka Trump Marks llc include business trademark rights on goods including bathmats, textiles and baby blankets. While Ivanka Trump has stepped back from running the company while serving as an adviser to her father, she continues to profit from the business.

In the last three months, with what experts say is unusual speed, China has granted final approval for 13 trademarks and provisional approval for eight more. According to the New York Times, Ivanka Trump now holds 34 trademarks in the world’s second-largest economy. While she does not have a large business in China, most of her US imports are shipped from there. Clothing has been exempted from tariffs threatened by her father as part of his aggressive trade policy.

Crew executive director Noah Bookbinder told the Associated Press the timing of the announcement “raises significant questions about corruption, as it invites the possibility that [Ivanka Trump] could be benefiting financially from her position and her father’s presidency or that she could be influenced in her policy work by countries’ treatment of her business”.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/may/28/ivanka-trump-won-china-trademarks-donald-trump-zte-reversal

All sounds rather 'swampy' to me. 

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1969 on: May 29, 2018, 08:51:30 PM »
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Ivanka Trump’s fashion and homewares business received initial approval from the Chinese government for five trademark applications days before her father announced a U-turn in policy on ZTE, a Chinese telecoms firm that has admitted breaking US sanctions on Iran and North Korea.

Chinese trademark documents detailing the approvals were made public by Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington (Crew), a watchdog group. The group said the first daughter and White House adviser, who represents the US at diplomatic events, already held more than a dozen trademarks in China and multiple pending applications. Donald Trump holds more than 100 trademarks in China.

The five approvals, for applications made in 2017, came through on 7 May. On 13 May, Trump made the surprise announcement that he had instructed the Department of Commerce to help get ZTE “back into business”.

In April, the US government accused ZTE of misleading regulators after it settled charges of violating sanctions against North Korea and Iran. Its punishment was to be banned from US suppliers for seven years.

The latest registration approvals won by Ivanka Trump Marks llc include business trademark rights on goods including bathmats, textiles and baby blankets. While Ivanka Trump has stepped back from running the company while serving as an adviser to her father, she continues to profit from the business.

In the last three months, with what experts say is unusual speed, China has granted final approval for 13 trademarks and provisional approval for eight more. According to the New York Times, Ivanka Trump now holds 34 trademarks in the world’s second-largest economy. While she does not have a large business in China, most of her US imports are shipped from there. Clothing has been exempted from tariffs threatened by her father as part of his aggressive trade policy.

Crew executive director Noah Bookbinder told the Associated Press the timing of the announcement “raises significant questions about corruption, as it invites the possibility that [Ivanka Trump] could be benefiting financially from her position and her father’s presidency or that she could be influenced in her policy work by countries’ treatment of her business”.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/may/28/ivanka-trump-won-china-trademarks-donald-trump-zte-reversal

All sounds rather 'swampy' to me.
Making America safe for white collar crime.

America First means America for sale. trump is the gangster in chief.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1970 on: May 30, 2018, 03:07:25 AM »
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n China, princelings are privileged relatives of high-level government officials. Princelings benefit from nepotism and cronyism, using their family ties to conduct business and accumulate wealth. They also serve as conduits for currying favor with their official relations.

Now President Trump has given us the ultimate Chinese import: American princelings. They are his sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner.

Each engages in business activities and trades on their relationship with the president to pursue business deals and accumulate wealth.

Princelings Donald Jr. and Eric run President Trump’s worldwide business enterprises, although the president still owns and profits from his businesses.
Can you spell nepotism, boys and girls? Can you spell cronysim? How about corruption?

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« Reply #1971 on: May 30, 2018, 07:31:30 AM »
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I’m generally a big believer in Hanlon’s Razor: the idea that you should never ascribe to malice that which can be explained by stupidity. But I’d like to put forward a slightly different theorem to help explain these Trumpian times: Ivanka’s Razor. The principle that, when it comes to Ivanka Trump, you should never ascribe to stupidity or ignorance that which can be explained by malice.

Take, as a case in point, the photo Ivanka tweeted on Sunday, captioned “My <3! #SundayMorning” in which the first daughter is cuddling her two-year-old son. Ivanka chose to post this snapshot of familial bliss at the same time as the news was full of reports of children being separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border; a component of a “zero tolerance” immigration policy the Trump administration is responsible for creating. While Ivanka’s photo received immediate backlash, I was struck by the fact that the tweet was largely characterised as being “tone-deaf”. The general consensus seemed to be that Ivanka hadn’t considered how the photo might look amid horrific headlines about separated families. That she had been thoughtless.

Ivanka may be a lot of things, but thoughtless is not one of them. Ivanka is no ingenue, who has reluctantly been thrust into public life and is now struggling to keep her personal life separate from the political. She grew up surrounded by paparazzi; she is nothing if not media-savvy. What’s more, despite memorably saying she tries “to stay out of politics”, she has enthusiastically thrown herself into her unelected role in the White House and is an integral part of the administration. Indeed, both she and her husband Jared Kushner received full security clearance earlier this month. She is not passively complicit in the Trump administration’s policies; she is an active architect.

So, when Ivanka tweeted that photo on Sunday, I don’t think it was a gaffe – I think she knew exactly what she was doing. Which was playing to Trump’s specific base; reminding them that it’s white families like hers – like theirs – who are important, not the brown families who Trump is breaking up; using the image of herself as a loving mother to provide a human face to Trump’s inhumane administration. Ivanka is an important complement to Trump’s messaging. He does all the crass dehumanisation of immigrants, lumping them together with the gang MS-13 and calling them dangerous “animals” the US needs to protect itself from; she provides the aspirational imagery of the US that needs protecting.

The events of this past weekend have served to bolster my long-standing belief that Ivanka is the most odious of all the Trumps. While the entire family is morally bankrupt, at least the rest of the clan don’t pretend they are anything other than greedy narcissists. Her slimy brothers certainly make no attempt to appeal to liberals. Ivanka, however, seems intent on keeping up the charade that she is some sort of champion of women and families. It is becoming increasingly obvious, however, that the only family Ivanka cares about is her own and the only woman she has any interest in empowering is herself.

Indeed, hot on the heels of the controversy around her photo, it was reported that the Ivanka Trump brand received approval for a number of trademark applications from China which, experts and watchdogs say, raise significant concerns about corruption. It seems that Ivanka Trump’s business, from which she has not properly divested, received these approvals just days before Trump announced he was reversing a US ban on ZTE, a Chinese telecom firm. It is possible, of course, that this timing was just coincidence and not a shady deal. However, that brings me to the second part of Ivanka’s Razor: when it comes to the Trumps, never attribute to coincidence that which can be explained by corruption.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/may/29/is-ivanka-trump-worst-tweeted-portrait-border-agents

Of course it was on purpose. 

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1972 on: May 30, 2018, 09:30:15 AM »
Based on everything I’ve read on here, it looks like trump will be relelected.   You all shot your load on Russia, and now you’re impotent.
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1973 on: May 30, 2018, 09:37:27 AM »
Based on everything I’ve read on here, it looks like trump will be relelected.   You all shot your load on Russia, and now you’re impotent.

 :rolleyes: You make it sound like that's a good thing.  America truly is a broken society filled with dunderheads if, a: he can get elected in the first place and b: he could be reelected. 

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1974 on: May 30, 2018, 09:39:04 AM »
Trump is going to put a tariff on German cars .
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1975 on: May 30, 2018, 09:44:10 AM »
Based on everything I’ve read on here, it looks like trump will be relelected.   You all shot your load on Russia, and now you’re impotent.

That's not how that works at all... It's almost as bad as when my baseball coach told us to "grab life by the balls and suck the marrow out of them." ...almost.

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« Reply #1976 on: May 30, 2018, 10:22:35 AM »
Well, I suspect the poster in question regularly shoots his load about Chump.  I'm not sure that would necessarily make him impotent! :laugh:
Although I've heard it can make one go blind to which he may well be showing symptons.  8)

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« Reply #1977 on: May 30, 2018, 12:38:25 PM »
Trump is going to put a tariff on German cars .
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With 35,513 sales of U.S.-built vehicles through the first one-third of 2017, BMW Group produces 33 percent of its U.S. sales volume with U.S.-built models: X3, X4, X5, and X6. Sales of BMW’s imported vehicles are down 10 percent in 2017, year-over-year. Sales of BMW’s domestically produced models are up 16 percent.

At the Mercedes-Benz brand – excluding those Sprinter vans and the Smart Fortwo — the 54,478 Alabama-built vehicles sold so far this year represents 51 percent of the Mercedes-Benz brand’s U.S. sales volume so far this year. The C-Class, GLE, and GLS models built in the U.S. have seen their sales rise 19 percent so far this year, while other Benzes have suffered a 13-percent sales decline.Volkswagen Passat assembly worker Chattanooga - Image: VolkswagenAt Volkswagen, where the Atlas was being produced in the first-third of 2017 but not yet on sale, the Volkswagen brand generated 24 percent of its January-April volume with the Tennessee-built Passat, sales of which are up 24 percent, year-over-year. Volkswagen’s other models, including the Mexican-built cars, are up 4 percent so far this year. Across the entire Volkswagen Group in 2017’s first four months, the U.S.-produced Passat accounted for 13 percent of total U.S. sales volume. With the Atlas coming onstream, that 13-percent figure will rise quickly.

With the relatively high-volume NAFTA zone Volkswagen vehicles included as foreign-built and with the U.S.-assembled Mercedes-Benz vans simply excluded from the equation, eight vehicles sold by German brands in America produced 28 percent of total BMW Group, Mercedes-Benz USA, and Volkswagen Group sales in 2017’s first four months. That’s 114,000 vehicles built in the U.S. and sold in the U.S. to go along with 290,000 vehicles sold in the U.S. but built elsewhere.

Again excluding the either/or/both Mercedes-Benz vans from the equation and including Mexican-built NAFTA zone cars among the imports, this places German automakers on track to sell roughly 350,000 U.S.-built vehicles in 2017 and 875,000 imports.

How is a tariff on foreign cars going to help American companies?

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General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) reported sales of 4.04 million vehicles in China in 2017, a third more than the 3.002 million the company sold in the United States. Included in the total for China are sales of Buick, Cadillac and Chevrolet brands, as well as sales made by the company’s joint ventures with China-based automakers Wuling and Baojun.

2017 marks the sixth consecutive year that China has been GM’s top market.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1978 on: May 30, 2018, 12:40:57 PM »
Based on everything I’ve read on here, it looks like trump will be relelected.   You all shot your load on Russia, and now you’re impotent.
Mueller hasn't shot his wad, not by a nosirree bob:

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When they met, Mr. Trump was ready to talk — but not about the travel ban. His grievance was with Mr. Sessions: The president objected to his decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation. Mr. Trump, who had told aides that he needed a loyalist overseeing the inquiry, berated Mr. Sessions and told him he should reverse his decision, an unusual and potentially inappropriate request.

Mr. Sessions refused.

The confrontation, which has not been previously reported, is being investigated by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, as are the president’s public and private attacks on Mr. Sessions and efforts to get him to resign. Mr. Trump dwelled on the recusal for months, according to confidants and current and former administration officials who described his behavior toward the attorney general.

The special counsel’s interest demonstrates Mr. Sessions’s overlooked role as a key witness in the investigation into whether Mr. Trump tried to obstruct the inquiry itself. It also suggests that the obstruction investigation is broader than it is widely understood to be — encompassing not only the president’s interactions with and firing of the former F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, but also his relationship with Mr. Sessions.


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #1979 on: May 30, 2018, 06:17:35 PM »
Based on everything I’ve read on here, it looks like trump will be relelected.   You all shot your load on Russia, and now you’re impotent.
Mueller hasn't shot his wad, not by a nosirree bob:

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When they met, Mr. Trump was ready to talk — but not about the travel ban. His grievance was with Mr. Sessions: The president objected to his decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation. Mr. Trump, who had told aides that he needed a loyalist overseeing the inquiry, berated Mr. Sessions and told him he should reverse his decision, an unusual and potentially inappropriate request.

Mr. Sessions refused.

The confrontation, which has not been previously reported, is being investigated by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, as are the president’s public and private attacks on Mr. Sessions and efforts to get him to resign. Mr. Trump dwelled on the recusal for months, according to confidants and current and former administration officials who described his behavior toward the attorney general.

The special counsel’s interest demonstrates Mr. Sessions’s overlooked role as a key witness in the investigation into whether Mr. Trump tried to obstruct the inquiry itself. It also suggests that the obstruction investigation is broader than it is widely understood to be — encompassing not only the president’s interactions with and firing of the former F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, but also his relationship with Mr. Sessions.


Obstruction of justice is no laughing matter.
U r telling me where are Hillary’s 30 k emails?
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