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Anyone see Pam Bondi

She's sweating big time now.

If this is all politics what was Benghazi? What is the Clinton Foundation?

I'm so lovin' this! Go Loretta Lynch!

Holy Shit Andrea Mitchell is demanding that Marsha 'the idiot' Blackburn

to keep it on Don the Con for a minute - the worm has surely turned.

So Melania's Immigration lawyer saw the documents but you peons will just

have to accept his letter -Don the Con and family are a con job on steroids. Sorry sheeple - there will be no press conference.

Melania Trump released a letter on Wednesday from an immigration lawyer asserting that there is "100% certainty" that she immigrated to the United States legally.

"I am pleased to enclose a letter from my immigration attorney which states that, with 100% certainty, I correctly went through the legal process when arriving in the USA," she tweeted.

A Politico report in August questioned Trump's immigration status, highlighting a period in her career when she appeared to be working in the United States on a tourist visa.

"I can unequivocally state that these allegations are not supported by the record, and are therefore completely without merit," attorney Michael J. Wildes writes in the letter.

Wildes also disclosed in the letter that he previously represented Trump Model Management, which has faced its own questions about employing models without work visas. Former Trump models told Mother Jones in an August report that the agency knew they were working in the country without the proper documentation.

Olbermann destroys Don the Con - MUST SEE


Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah expect no medical report on Dr Oz

one more farce coming up

Tropical Storn Julia in Florida


Serious water

Bombshell on Don the Con coming in Newsweek tomorrow

Rachel just announced dat

Breaking NY AG opens Inquiry into Don the Con's Foundation

On Chris Hayes now




Pence - this is why David Duke keeps coming up

Steve Scalise
In January, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was damaged goods. He was struggling to distance himself from Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke after revelations that he spoke at a 2002 gathering hosted by a white supremacist group. It was not the image the GOP wanted to project heading into a presidential election.

Now, just 10 months later, Scalise may instead take on an even bigger role in the party and become majority leader, helping shape the direction and policies of House Republicans.

House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) surprise announcement Friday that he would resign Oct. 30 has set off a leadership battle within the GOP caucus. Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) threw his hat into the ring Monday to replace Boehner. He is widely expected to get the job, although Rep. Daniel Webster (R-Fla.), a member of a conservative faction in the House, is also vying for the position.

Scalise is technically next in line to become majority leader, but he will have a fight for the spot. He suffered a setback Monday, when Ways and Means Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) backed Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.).

Scalise, meanwhile, has been calling lawmakers to build support for his candidacy, according to the Times-Picayune. A group of lobbyists pulling for Scalise met Monday to strategize on helping him get elected.

In 2002, Scalise spoke at a conference hosted by the white supremacist group European-American Unity and Rights Organization, which was founded by Duke. After a Louisiana blogger dug up Scalise’s appearance, the congressman claimed he was unaware of the group’s racist views. But three years earlier, in 1999, then-state Rep. Scalise told a Washington newspaper that he agreed with many of Duke’s “conservative” views.

In January, when news broke of Scalise’s appearance, civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) said the congressman should apologize to his colleagues. But House Republican leaders — including Boehner and McCarthy — continued to stand by Scalise.

and now you are running with Don the Con, the son of a KKK man

Please to go Cheney yourself - you're a party of racists.
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