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NJCher

(36,547 posts)
21. there are some real practical concerns here
Mon Feb 19, 2024, 01:01 PM
Feb 2024

which people seem to be oblivious to, namely the magnitude of the amount of the money to bail him out. Please do tell me about that last bribe, the $2 billion, that escaped scrutiny: not.

Did you read the article on the overseer of the Trump business entities in NY? Yeah she sounds like a real sucker who will let this stuff fly by.

And I laugh every time I hear anyone say Trump is the frontrunner for the republican nomination. He's the frontrunner of a train wreck. Now just in case you didn't read it, there's an article on the brain drain in the republican party. And never mind there is so much chaos that they can't pay their rent on several buildings where they rent, that they have two leaders in one state, and I could go on and on but I need another cup of tea.

I suggest the kneejerk doomsayers get caught up on their reading.

My fear for this country [View all] apcalc Feb 2024 OP
I think... 2naSalit Feb 2024 #1
Trump and many of the GOP leaders are already beholden to Putin. Irish_Dem Feb 2024 #2
I don't understand this fear NJCher Feb 2024 #3
There was certainly no guarantee when Putin threw resources at tsf's 2016 campaign either. That didn't stop him. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #5
He's not in the same condition NJCher Feb 2024 #6
He is on the tracks to be the Republican nominee, gab13by13 Feb 2024 #10
Trump delivered to Saudi Arabia, gab13by13 Feb 2024 #9
What president doesn't sell them military equipment? former9thward Feb 2024 #12
It usually goes through Congress, right? gab13by13 Feb 2024 #14
So? former9thward Feb 2024 #17
Quid pro quo gab13by13 Feb 2024 #19
No, both parties are not the same. former9thward Feb 2024 #20
They will get something for their money from TFG for sure. apcalc Feb 2024 #16
One way or another, he will. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #4
Good for you NJCher Feb 2024 #7
Wow. That's quite gratuitously snotty. You have a lovely day, now. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #8
Trump has already delivered to Saudi Arabia and Russia, gab13by13 Feb 2024 #11
Of course. And Putin is going to rat-fuck his way through this election like he did the last one. Scrivener7 Feb 2024 #13
It will be way worse than 2016 gab13by13 Feb 2024 #15
What's to believe? It could certainly happen. apcalc Feb 2024 #18
there are some real practical concerns here NJCher Feb 2024 #21
The writer of the article indicates several prosecutors ( didja read it?) think it could. It isn't out of the question. apcalc Feb 2024 #22
overseer NJCher Feb 2024 #23
So you don't think Putin/Trump will find a way around it apcalc Feb 2024 #24
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