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    Emperor Trump's lackeys locked the Trump-Zelensky phone call transcript in a highly classified "code word" computer system. Now we're learning they also locked the transcripts of Trump's calls with Vladimir Putin and Jamal Khashoggi murderer Mohammed bin Salman. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov today told reporters he hopes the White House will not release "confidential details" of the Trump-Putin phone calls. What is Trump hiding? Whatever it is, Trump's BFF Vladimir surely knows about it.

    White House restricted access to Trump's calls with Putin and Saudi crown prince

    https://kfor.com/2019/09/27/white-ho...-crown-prince/

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    Rudy Giuliani told reporters today that if he's subpoenaed to testify before one of the three House committees investigating Trump's "offer" to Zelensky and Trump tells him not to go, he will honor his Emperor's wishes and ignore the subpoena. Why do Republicans continue to protect Trump instead of doing what's best for the United States of America?

    Giuliani also abruptly canceled plans to attend a Russia-sponsored conference in Armenia, where he was to take part in a panel led by one of Putin's advisers with Putin and other Russian officials in attendance. у нас есть еще один Россия сочувствующий и предатель.

    Giuliani cancels paid appearance next week at Kremlin-backed conference

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...9a0_story.html

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    Senate Republicans religiously adhere to an inviolable guiding principle: See no evil in Trump, hear no evil about Trump, speak no evil about Trump. He's the Emperor! Four hundred two days till Election Day.

    Everybody in Washington is reading the whistleblower complaint – except Senate Republicans

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...ans/ar-AAHUqwK

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    Emperor Trump has said and done many traitorous things – and tried to hide them from the public. Thanks to Robert Mueller's team of investigators, the New York Attorney General and a whistleblowing former CIA agent, we've learned about many of them. Today we learn more details of the Oval Office meeting in which Trump divulged classified information to the Russian ambassador and the Russian foreign minister. He also told them the previous day's firing of FBI director James Comey took "pressure" off him. As for Russia's election meddling, well.......

    Trump told Russian officials in 2017 he wasn't concerned about Moscow's interference in US election

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...ion/ar-AAHX9Yt

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    Emperor Trump announced plans to use the impeachment inquiry as a campaign issue. His campaign wasted no time. They will spend $10,000,000 to run television ads attacking Joe Biden and claiming Democrats and the news media are determined to oust Trump. The narrator says, "They lost the election. Now they want to steal this one. Don't let them."

    Trump can't give any convincing reasons why he should be re-elected so he's resorting to attacking his opponents, attacking Democrats, attacking the news media and attacking the impeachment inquiry. That is his standard operating procedure when he's accused of wrongdoing: Attack, attack, attack. Deflect, deflect, deflect. Discredit, discredit, discredit.

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    Letter from Kendra Strozyk of Cameron Park in today's Los Angeles Times:

    "I found it utterly depressing to watch Rep. Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, make a fool of himself trying to counter the credible complaint about Trump's solicitation of Ukrainian interference in the 2020 election. Nunes' irrational ranting harked back to flat-earth advocates' rhetoric. He would be equally at home prosecuting Galileo's laws of motion. How low can Republican tribalism go in the face of mounting evidence of Trump's impeachable acts? Apparently reason and critical thinking no longer have any place in the GOP's governance."

    How low can "Republican tribalism" go? Well, at least they aren't chanting "Heil, Trump!" while marching in goose-step with their right arms raised.

    Yet.

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    It's obviously getting harder and harder for people – excluding blindly loyal Republicans who put their party above the good of the nation – to continue to defend a President who is morally corrupt and totally indefensible.

    Donald Trump's top business allies quiet on impeachment
    Yahoo Finance, Sep 28 2019 12:08 PM

    In response to an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, many of his closest allies in Washington DC have dismissed it as a partisan hoax or downplayed the alleged wrongdoing. But his top supporters in the business community have done something else: remained near-uniformly silent.

    Yahoo Finance contacted 37 prominent business leaders, many of them allies of Trump, some of whom have contributed tens of millions of dollars to his presidential campaigns and provided him with economic advice. Three of the backers criticized the impeachment inquiry – while the vast majority of Trump's wealthiest and most well-known supporters passed up the opportunity to defend him.

    https://www.aol.com/article/finance/...ment/23822373/

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    Emperor Trump and his press secretary/lapdog Stephanie Grisham keep insisting Trump hasn't done anything wrong. If that is true, then why is Trump so upset by "fallout from the whistleblower complaint"? Trump is innocent. He says so.

    Mick Mulvaney on shaky ground, sources say
    The President is frustrated that his acting chief of staff did not have a plan to deal with the fallout from the whistleblower complaint.

    https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/28/polit...ump/index.html

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    Paul Begala, a CNN political analyst and former adviser to Bill Clinton, has an idea of how Trump can win an impeachment battle – but he's asking Trump to do the impossible. "Shut up"? Trump?

    Opinion: To survive impeachment, Trump has to shut up

    https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/09/28/opi...ala/index.html

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    I think that if Trump is impeached, a lot more Republicans will vote in 2020 but I think a lot more Democrats will vote too, so the impeachment will probably not have much effect on the election. Whatever the Democrats do, they should finish it this year and not drag it into next year. Next year they need to focus on the election and what is important to voters.

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