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Miles Archer

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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
Number of posts: 18,489

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Trump: "Hopefully, we'll get rid of this." 39 seconds of incoherent word salad and sniffling.


Trump demanding his signature on checks is "delaying the needed money for an ego exercise"

" Quiet. Quiet. Quiet. He's a showboat...if you keep talking, I'll leave ... just a loudmouth"


Aaron Rupar

"Governors are supposed to do testing. It's up to the governors. Quiet. Quiet. Quiet. The governors are doing the testing. It's now not up, and it hasn't been up, to the federal govt ... if you keep talking, I'll leave ... just a loudmouth" -- Trump unloads on

"We've held...uh...(LONG pause)...great numbers, everything we've done, we've...

...been very very strong on it, and very powerful on it..."


Trump's new campaign slogan: "Remember how good the economy was just a little more than a month ago"

Aaron Rupar

"There's never been an economy like we had, just a little more than a month ago" -- Trump's new 2020 slogan leans pretty heavily into nostalgia


"Through the darkness we can see the rays of light"...and then I reached for the remote.

Trump opens with "Through the darkness, we can see the rays of light, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel."

I have no way of knowing if it's going to be a two and a half hour pitch to "reopen the country" on May 1, but I'm not gonna sit through it to find out.

Today's Queeg-a-RIFFIC Old Yellow Stain meltdown moment from Trump's daily televised MAGAt rally

At Monday’s White House coronavirus task force briefing, President Donald Trump lost his temper and got into a yelling match with CBS reporter Paula Reid when she asked what he did to prepare for the pandemic.

He repeatedly touted the fact that he instituted travel restrictions from China. When Reid asked, “What did you do with the time that you bought?” the president began shouting at her.

“A lot, a lot. In fact we’ll give you a list,” said Trump, adding that he believes CBS is a dishonest network and “The people are wise to you … you know you’re a fake — you know that!”

Reid has a JD from Villanova University School Law and a Masters in Bioethics (MBE) from the University of Pennsylvania.


Aaron Rupar

Trump to @PaulaReidCBS, who asked him about the slow federal coronavirus response: "You are so disgraceful ... you know you're a fake."


Virginia pastor who defiantly held church service dies after being infected with the coronavirus

An evangelical pastor died of COVID-19 just weeks after proudly showing off how packed his Virginia church was — and vowing to keep preaching “unless I’m in jail or the hospital.”

In his last known in-person service on March 22, Bishop Gerald O. Glenn got his congregation at Richmond’s New Deliverance Evangelistic Church to stand to prove how many were there despite warnings against gatherings of more than 10 people.

“I firmly believe that God is larger than this dreaded virus. You can quote me on that,” he said, repeating it a second time to claps, saying that “people are healed” in his church.

Happily announcing he was being “controversial” by being “in violation” of safety protocols — with “way more than 10 people” at the church — he vowed to keep his church open “unless I’m in jail or the hospital.”


2 weekends w/o taxpayer-funded golf appear to be taking a toll on the stability of Trump's genius.

Donald J. Trump

The @nytimes story is a Fake, just like the “paper” itself. I was criticized for moving too fast when I issued the China Ban, long before most others wanted to do so. @SecAzar told me nothing until later, and Peter Navarro memo was same as Ban (see his statements). Fake News!

10:08 PM · Apr 12, 2020·Twitter for iPhone


Coronavirus Florida: Trump asks about rent on his West Palm Beach golf club

Coronavirus Florida: Trump asks about rent on his West Palm Beach golf club

Like other Palm Beach County businesses, the president’s golf club has been forced to close as the pandemic plays out. But there is that one major difference: The club is owned by the President of the United States, the commander-in-chief who made the call of when the country shut down and who will make the call on when America opens up for business again.

Just after 4 p.m. on March 25, Ed Raymundo, finance director at Mar-a-Lago and Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, sent an email to Palm Beach County’s real estate management department. The note asked how the county intended to handle the $88,338 monthly rent that the Trump Organization pays the county to lease the land where President Trump built his favorite golf club in Florida.

Gov. Ron DeSantis had already ordered restaurants and bars to close as the coronavirus pandemic escalated, meaning Trump and the club’s members would no longer relax in the bar and restaurant overlooking the pristine 27-hole golf course.

“This mandate has resulted in the cancellation of events and forced the Club to close many of it’s (cq) amenities leaving limited services available to our members,” Raymundo wrote. “In addition, with many New York based members, the Governor’s most recent order requiring individuals traveling from the tri-state area to self-quarantine further hampers our operation. Your direction in this is greatly appreciated.”

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