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Trump about himself "They find this more exciting than the NFL but a hell of a lot more dangerous"

President Trump takes credit for the decline in viewers of NFL games tonight at a rally in Fargo, saying some of his supporters are watching him -- not football. He called him "more exciting" and "a hell of a lot more dangerous."

Here's the full quote:

"When the NFL is down 20 percent – it’s the flag, but it’s also the fact that everyone is watching us on the different cable networks," Trump said. "They find this more exciting than the NFL but a hell of a lot more dangerous."


Calm down DU! Things have changed greatly since the 70s and 60s

Women aren't going back to back alley, clothes hanger abortions. POC arent going to put up with
Jim Crow laws. Immigrants arent leaving the country. LGBTQ aren't going back into the closet. We aren't going let our educational institutions just teach about Noah's Ark and Adam and Eve. We won't stand by as the environment becomes similar to China's.

The demographics of the nation have changed too much. you can't put the toothpaste back in the tube.

If anything, we should worry about the other side... when they realize that, despite Trump's best efforts, we aren't returning to the 1950s model.

We just have redouble our efforts, work hard for November.

little girl separated from her mom ;(

Whistleblower releases cell phone footage from inside New York center for separated immigrant children - which shows little girl crying because she wants to talk to her mom
A former worker at a New York City center caring for separated migrant children released a video on Wednesday, showing life inside the day care
The video shows a young girl named Jessica crying because she wants to speak to her mother
Another boy, Leo, turns sad when he is asked if he misses his mother
The video was obtained by attorney Michael Avenatti, who is representing porn star Stormy Daniels in her legal case against President Trump
Avenatti is also representing more than 60 families who have been separated from their children due to Trump's 'zero tolerance' illegal immigration policy
Last week, Trump flipped his position, signing an executive order that promises to end the policy of separating children from their families at the border
But the administration has yet to answer how the more than 2,000 children in government care will be reunited with their loved ones

cop fired, pulled over daughter's boyfriend and threatened him with jail, "we'll make shit up"


The dash cam was mounted just below the police cruiser’s roof, in perfect position to capture the 26-year patrolman’s transformation from concerned father to authority-abusing police officer.

On that day in April, John Kovach’s 18-year-old daughter, Katlyn, was dating an 18-year-old her parents didn’t approve of named Makai Coleman.

She wasn’t responding to her father’s attempts to talk, so Kovach tracked his daughter’s computer to a friend’s house on West 34th Street in Lorain, Ohio, he told investigators. Then he sat in his patrol cruiser, waiting.

When Coleman’s silver Pontiac drove past, Kovach flipped on his flashing lights and initiated the traffic stop that would end his two decades with the Lorain Police Department.

“You can get out,” the officer told Coleman, according to a profanity-filled video of the interaction. “You’re going to jail.”

When Coleman asked why, his girlfriend’s dad told him: “Have a seat in my car. We’ll make [expletive] up while we go.”

Muslims grapple with Supreme Court ruling that they believe redefines their place in America

What’s next?’ Muslims grapple with Supreme Court ruling that they believe redefines their place in America

Ramy Almansoob’s children have been asking every day for weeks: “Do we have a decision yet? Do we have a decision yet? Do we have a decision yet?”

The girls, ages 6, 9 and 13, still live in the war-torn capital of Yemen, where the seeming randomness of airstrikes has taught them to brace for a painful end. Last year, they mourned their grandmother, killed by a stray bullet through the head as she sat inside her home.

The girls knew that the U.S. Supreme Court would soon decide whether President Trump’s ban on entry into the United States by citizens of seven countries, five of them majority-Muslim, including Yemen, would stand. They knew that the ruling would determine whether they and their mother — whose visas were granted on the eve of the ban and then revoked — could finally join their father, a U.S. citizen, in America.'''

Tuesday’s Supreme Court ruling felt like a hammer’s final blow to Almansoob’s lingering hopes. For him and the thousands of other American citizens and permanent residents who have been waiting anxiously for the court’s word, the justices’ decision to uphold the ban presented a verdict not just on the fate of their families, but also on what it means to be American.

“For all my life, I’ve felt that this is my country,” said Almansoob, a 34-year-old structural engineer who was born in the United States and raised in Yemen, returning in 2015 to the suburbs of Washington to build a new life for his family. “We all knew that the United States is the place where you have freedom, and that’s what I always had in my mind. It’s not how it used to be.”


'The stupidest take possible': Internet ridicules Trump for claiming Crowley defeat was from not bei

‘The stupidest take possible’: Internet ridicules Trump for claiming Crowley defeat was from not being nice to him



CNN panel bursts out laughing about how narcissistic Trump made Joe Crowley loss about himself

from smug racist to jail cell. woman to black teens "there are 3 numbers i can dial, '911'"


Stephanie Sebby-Strempel, 38, was said to have told a 15-year-old boy and his friends that 'they did not belong and they had to leave' a pool in Summerville

As the teen and his friends left the area in a respectful manner, the woman began using racial slurs and called them 'punks'

The women hit the boy in the chest and 'hit him in the face at least twice' as she followed the group toward the exit

Sebby-Strempel was said to have pushed a detective into a wall and bit another detective's arm when they came to arrest her

She was charged with third-degree assault and two counts of assaulting a police officer while resisting arrest


"Perhaps he should have been nicer, and more respectful, to his President!" tweets Trump


President Trump slammed Joe Crowley just minutes after the Democratic congressman lost a primary to a political novice.

“Wow! Big Trump Hater Congressman Joe Crowley, who many expected was going to take Nancy Pelosi’s place, just LOST his primary election,” Trump tweeted Tuesday night.

“In other words, he’s out! That is a big one that nobody saw happening. Perhaps he should have been nicer, and more respectful, to his President!”

Trump is a crazy, immature bigoted loon.

"Remember when everyone was civil and allowed Mitch McConnell to steal a Supreme Court seat?

Critics on Tuesday blasted Republicans for tipping the scales of justice.

“Remember when everyone was civil and allowed Mitch McConnell to steal a Supreme Court seat? How’d that work out?” tweeted television producer Bill Prady.

Paul Musgrave, an assistant professor at University of Massachusetts-Amherst, folded in recent conversations about civility into his critique.

“If I ran a restaurant and Mitch McConnell asked to be seated, I’d tell him to wait until after the next presidential election,” he wrote.

“As one after another 5-4 rulings of this SCOTUS on voting rights, abortion rights, the travel ban and more are announced, the full meaning of @SenMajLdr’s unconscionable, nearly yearlong blockade against the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland is manifest,” former Obama adviser David Axelrod tweeted.


Trump twittering against Harley Davidson this morning.

Trump warns it will be the 'beginning of the end' if Harley-Davidson moves overseas

President Donald Trump warned Harley-Davidson on Tuesday that its iconic American motorcycles “should never be built in another country” and predicted that if it moves production overseas, “it will be the beginning of the end."

“A Harley-Davidson should never be built in another country-never! Their employees and customers are already very angry at them. If they move, watch, it will be the beginning of the end - they surrendered, they quit! The Aura will be gone and they will be taxed like never before!” the president tweeted.

Earlier in the morning, the president also claimed that the American motorcycle manufacturer is using the EU’s retaliatory tariffs as an “excuse” to move some production overseas

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