Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the US


#2026

Palm Beach, Florida - Derrick Broze interviews attorney Bradley Edwards, the lawyer representing the victims of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, on what happens next to bring Jeffrey Epstein to justice.

Among many things in this video interview (it’s worth listening to the entire interview), Bradley Edwards outlines the quality and nature of the contact he received from Trump when he served subpoenas to a lot of people.

“he is the only person in 2009… he is the only person who picked the phone, and said lets’ just talk, I’ll give you as much time as you want, I’ll tell you what you need to know and was very helpful in the information he gave…”

(Lead in question starts circa 5:00)

Miami Herald Video - How teen runaway Virginia Roberts became one of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims


#2027

Acosta was the USDA who let Epstein off with a slap on the wrist.
Later appointed as Labor Sec. Hmmmm

Epstein was barred from Mar a Lago; but only after he made a pass at a member’s underage daughter


#2028

WASHINGTON — It was supposed to be an exclusive party at Mar-a-Lago, Donald J. Trump’s members-only club in Palm Beach, Fla. But other than the two dozen or so women flown in to provide the entertainment, the only guests were Mr. Trump and Jeffrey Epstein.

The year was 1992 and the event was a “calendar girl” competition, something that George Houraney, a Florida-based businessman who ran American Dream Enterprise, had organized at Mr. Trump’s request.

“I arranged to have some contestants fly in,” Mr. Houraney recalled in an interview on Monday. “At the very first party, I said, ‘Who’s coming tonight? I have 28 girls coming.’ It was him and Epstein.”

Mr. Houraney, who had just partnered with Mr. Trump to host events at his casinos, said he was surprised. “I said, ‘Donald, this is supposed to be a party with V.I.P.s. You’re telling me it’s you and Epstein?’”

In fact, that was the case, an indication of a yearslong friendship between the president and Mr. Epstein that some say ended only after a failed business arrangement between them. The full nature of their eventual falling out is not clear.


#2029

E,M,D - looks to be as plain as day, no need to invoke “RUSSIA!” - Here is another one, can you spot it?

  • El Chappo
  • Keith Raniere
  • Jeffery Epstein

#2030

I don’t see the link to El Chappo, do you think Epstein was laundering drug money, possible I suppose . I think he was blackmailing powerful people, if you have a video of Bill Clinton doing something illegal, what would it be worth ?

http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2019-07-10.html#read_more

He’s still a member in good standing of the Florida bar. Last December, Krischer was honored by the Anti-Defamation League for making “an outstanding contribution to the legal profession and to the community at large, while exemplifying the principles upon which [the ADL] was founded.

Ha ha, the more you know


#2031

Interesting take on Trump’s recent tweets aimed at AOC and the Somali.


#2032

While Trump’s tweet is stupid or at the very least badly worded I don’t see how it’s racist. I think the headlines that cry racist and the general over the top uproar will work against the democrats. People are sick of political correctness.


#2033

So if someone told you to go back to where you came from you don’t think their being racist. I don’t think it was ‘badly worded’ as he clearly meant it. He was making assumptions based on their skin colour that they came from somewhere else when they all clearly are American. Too many people excuse this type of dehumanising behaviour from Trump.


#2034

If I was ragging on Australia and someone said why don’t you go back to Ireland then no I don’t see that as racist. If I told another Australian citizen of European descent to go back to Europe because they were ragging on Australia would that be racist?

Is this all just because they arent white males and Trump was rude? Rude is not racist, stupid is not racist


#2035

How the hell can it be considered to be racist? You’ve clearly been manipulated and brainwashed by all this PC nonsense (are you a college or university student? :wink:) That word is ridiculously overused nowadays and has virtually lost all its original meaning… Trump is running rings around these absolute idiots and looks a shoe-in to be re-elected in 2020.


#2036

I guess “if” is, maybe a hypothetical scenario game, but I guess since it’s an “if”, no one told anyone to go anywhere is that right?


#2037

ragging on Australia - you mean criticising government policies?

So opposition politicians aren’t allowed to criticise Government policies lest they be accused of ragging on country X. Interesting.


#2038

what country is Ayanna Pressley supposed to “go back to”? Is her area a shithole?

Ayanna Pressley, 45
The first black woman elected to Congress from Massachusetts, for a district once held by John F Kennedy. Born in Ohio and raised in Chicago, her victory was held up by The Boston Globe as “a sign of the times”. Ms Pressley worked in local politics in Boston before being elected to Congress. After winning the Democratic primary in the 2018 midterms, she did not face a Republican challenger.

The president began yesterday where he left off on Sunday, tweeting: “We all know that AOC and this crowd are a bunch of Communists, they hate Israel, they hate our own Country. They are Anti-Semitic, they are Anti-American.”

Trump playing the racism card is OK though?


#2039

:ireland: Uh oh… Techxit?

Prepared?


#2040

Well, let’s see, he just happened to pick four non-white women? What are the odds? Furthermore he says they “originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe”. But in fact they mostly originally came from the USA. How / why do you think he got that one wrong? Innocent mistake?


#2041

Listen carefully.


#2042

Yup, backtracking bluster. He dwells on the one case who is actually an immigrant, and says of the rest that they are “free to leave”.

But his original Tweet said they “originally came from [other] countries” and that they “should go back to where they came from”. All of them are American citizens and all but one are native-born.

You reckon Trump – whose mother hailed from a shithole country plagued by robber barons at the time she emigrated – sees himself in the same light? His denials are implausible. He singled out the congresswomen because he banked on being able to portray them as “other”.

Personally I hate their politics too. But Trump’s a racist, beyond doubt. I didn’t want to believe it either, but there it is. The Leader of the Free World is an insecure, horrible little man who oscillates between tantrums worthy of a five-year-old and odious personal diatribes that are demeaning to his office and unworthy of any decent human.


#2043

He didn’t lick it off the ground - https://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2016/01/25/woody-guthrie-sang-of-his-contempt-for-his-landlord-donald-trumps-father/


#2044

Paddy is always the very last to figure out what’s actually going on. Reading the Facebook comments under the “Trump is racist” articles by Journal.ie and Independent.ie makes me cringe hard. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:
These extreme leftist Commies have a very low approval rating in the US (OCS- 22%, the Somali- 9%) and will more than likely cost the Dems any chance of winning in 2020.


#2045

Totally agree. I grew up between the UK and Ireland in the 80s. I know full well what someone means by go back to where you came from. The British kids whose parents came from the former colonies knew what was being said when they were told to go back to where they came from.