Trump Presidency, Part II

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- Trump?....well here's where I get stuck. Because he served his purpose and kept Hilary out, but I'm long done with his foolishness; as well as the sycophants he surrounds himself with ... if the average Republican or Conservative cannot at least consider the truthfulness or reality of that belief, well friends, that is a person who cannot admit that the emperor wears no clothes.
Looks like it’s shaping up to be another “hold your nose while you pull the lever” as the current line up is actually WWWAAAYYYYYYY further left than Clinton.

One caveat though, at this point I really don’t care what Donald Trump did and am focused on President Trump’s actions. My life is better now than it was pre-2016. I firmly believe if we had a press that treated ALL Administrations like are the current, we’d surely see that “meh, ain’t so bad”.
 

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Sure they can, but their credibility is very low. I'm stating that Cohen has no credibility, therefore his believability is a fat zero and that the hearing was a farce.
Speaking of Cohen’s multi-day testimony, anyone wonder why he, a private citizen without ANY government affiliation would NEED to testify inside a SCIF? He doesn’t have access to classified material nor could Congress ask him about classified matters.

So why the closed door testimony?
 

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Where does it say that they're doing testimony in a SCIF?

EDIT: I see. It was mentioned on CNN. Since the testimony was done in front of the House intel committee, it almost certainly involved sensitive topics that the public is not privvy to. And information can be SCIF'ed even if it isn't classified. For instance, the FBI's report into then-nominee Bret Kavanaugh was stored inside a SCIF for congressional members to read
 
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I hope Trump tells Congress to pack sand and doesn’t give them “not one” document. Take a Jacksonian approach until SCOTUS weighs in.

Asked by anchor George Stephanopoulos whether he thinks Trump obstructed justice in the Russia investigation, Nadler replied: "Yes, I do. ... It's very clear that the president obstructed justice."
The evidence, Nadler maintained, was that Trump called the Mueller probe a "witch hunt," allegedly "tried to protect [fired national security adviser Michael] Flynn from being investigated by the FBI," and supposedly admitted that he had fired FBI Director James Comey "to stop the Russian thing" in an NBC interview.
 
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