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Posted: Jul 14, 2020 - 4:27pm



 kcar wrote:



Judge Hal Greenwald ruled that the confidentiality clause in "what appeared to be somewhat nasty litigation" was "so overly broad, as to be ineffective."

Greenwald also referred to a federal court ruling which stopped the Justice Department from blocking the publication of John Bolton's book The Room Where it Happened, also published by Simon and Schuster.

RELATED Donald Trump compared to his 3-year-old self in niece's book

"To quote United States v. Bolton ... 'By the looks of it the horse is not just out of the barn, it is out of the country,'" Greenwald wrote.


 

This could have massive implications, since a lot of what has clouded our understanding of how the Trumps do business has been shielded by the idea of the NDA. If they're deemed ineffective - even in only a few cases - then we might end up understanding how this guy does business, and with whom.
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Posted: Jul 14, 2020 - 10:13am

White House Ad Campaign Tells Unemployed To ‘Find Something New’

Trump should follow his own advice here and "Find Something New" come November (or sooner).
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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 6:54pm


So very wrong, so very unfair...    


Judge lifts restraining order on Mary Trump's tell-all family memoir



July 13 (UPI) — A New York Supreme Court judge on Monday lifted a restraining order on presidential niece Mary Trump that would have prohibited her from publicizing her new book about her uncle U.S. President Donald Trump and his family.

The president's brother, Robert Trump, had gone to court seeking to stop Mary Trump from publishing her family memoir Too Much And Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, which will be released on Tuesday. Robert Trump claimed Mary Trump was bound by a confidentiality agreement signed as part of an inheritance settlement from her grandfather in 2001.

Judge Hal Greenwald ruled that the confidentiality clause in "what appeared to be somewhat nasty litigation" was "so overly broad, as to be ineffective."

Greenwald also referred to a federal court ruling which stopped the Justice Department from blocking the publication of John Bolton's book The Room Where it Happened, also published by Simon and Schuster.

RELATED Donald Trump compared to his 3-year-old self in niece's book

"To quote United States v. Bolton ... 'By the looks of it the horse is not just out of the barn, it is out of the country,'" Greenwald wrote.


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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 3:56pm



 hayduke2 wrote:
 

It will take decades to cleanse our institutions of the filth of this administration regime.
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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 3:53pm

The Most Conspicuous Scandal in American History - The Atlantic
"Although crucial details remain concealed, the core narrative has been visible from the start. An American private citizen worked with foreign spies to damage one presidential candidate and help the other. That president accepted the help. When caught, the private citizen lied. When the private citizen was punished, the president commuted his sentence.
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Disgusting king of clowns
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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 10:57am

 kcar wrote:
"It's very wrong, it's very unfair..."

Trump on private border wall segment: ‘It was only done to make me look bad’

A report indicated a section of the wall is already displaying structural troubles.


Saying it was done to embarrass him, President Donald Trump on Sunday said a reportedly defective section of his new border wall should not have been built by a private company.

ProPublica and the Texas Tribune reported Thursday that a segment of the wall along the Texas-Mexico border was showing dangerous “signs of erosion“ only months after being completed. The section was constructed by Fisher Industries of North Dakota, whose owner called the design a “Lamborghini.” It cost $42 million.
 
Boo and Hoo.
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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 6:39am



 kcar wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

Maybe in your world, but not in the monolithic "Trumpworld©" as you put it ...

The rest of the world ain't laughing at him when he makes them start paying their fair share for their own defenses ...

Well maybe China is laughing its ass off having gotten away with disrupting the entire world and ruining the world economy, not to mention the loss of life.
 

I can't speak to how many supporters Trump remain loyal to him, or how they view his handling of the pandemic, the economic downturn and the BLM protests. But Trump has failed at all three and quite badly. 

If you want to post about other things—investigations into the Bidens and their dealings with Ukraine, damage during the BLM protests, "Obamagate"—have at it. To me, those are distractions. Right now I keep seeing this in my head:





I just don't want to get crushed by Trump's failures. 
 
Yup.  Distractions all.  They can be picked up again after reelection.  Although... there's a good chance we'll start to see some indictments over "Obamagate" before the election.  The revelations will be hard to ignore.

Meanwhile, those pollsters ... damn them all to hell, they so darn accurate, right?  This article is worth a read in its entirety. 

Michigan Dem doesn’t believe polls showing Biden leading Trump


I stop Slotkin there. Is her gripe that these snapshots—the polling, both public and private, that shows Republicans bleeding support across the board—are accurate in the present, yet subject to so much volatility in the future as to be worthless? Or does she believe the snapshots themselves are inaccurate here and now?

“I think they’re inaccurate,” she replies without hesitation. “Here’s the thing. When I started to run and I had to hire a pollster, I interviewed a bunch of different folks and I decided to do what we do sometimes at the Pentagon, which is to take a ‘bad cop’ approach to the interview. … It was five or six folks that I interviewed, and I said, ‘You got something wrong. You screwed up in 2016. What did you get wrong? And how are you going to fix it?”

Only one pollster, Slotkin says, admitted that he got it wrong. That was the person—Al Quinlan of GQR, a large Washington-based firm—she hired.

“He told me that they fundamentally undercounted the Trump vote; that the Trump voter is not a voter in every single election, that they come out for Trump, so they’re hard to count,” she explains. “On a survey, if someone says, ‘I’m not sure I’m going to vote,’ you don’t usually continue the conversation. And some of them didn’t have any desire to be on those poll calls; they didn’t have the 20 minutes to talk to somebody. They didn’t want to do it. And so, they were fundamentally undercounted.”



kcar

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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 3:29am

"It's very wrong, it's very unfair..."

Trump on private border wall segment: ‘It was only done to make me look bad’

A report indicated a section of the wall is already displaying structural troubles.


Saying it was done to embarrass him, President Donald Trump on Sunday said a reportedly defective section of his new border wall should not have been built by a private company.

ProPublica and the Texas Tribune reported Thursday that a segment of the wall along the Texas-Mexico border was showing dangerous “signs of erosion“ only months after being completed. The section was constructed by Fisher Industries of North Dakota, whose owner called the design a “Lamborghini.” It cost $42 million.



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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 3:17am



 R_P wrote:
 mobster wrote:
The rest of the world ain't laughing at him when he makes them start paying their fair share for their own defenses ...
 
"Protection" money...

 Yea that's right,  after those countries have been coerced into forking out buckets of money on USA made armaments . Big bucks boys, lots of nice comfy profits there, but lets not let that fact shadow our chat eh?


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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 2:00am

 mobster wrote:
The rest of the world ain't laughing at him when he makes them start paying their fair share for their own defenses ...
 
"Protection" money...
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Posted: Jul 13, 2020 - 12:40am



 kurtster wrote:

Maybe in your world, but not in the monolithic "Trumpworld©" as you put it ...

The rest of the world ain't laughing at him when he makes them start paying their fair share for their own defenses ...

Well maybe China is laughing its ass off having gotten away with disrupting the entire world and ruining the world economy, not to mention the loss of life.
 

I can't speak to how many supporters Trump remain loyal to him, or how they view his handling of the pandemic, the economic downturn and the BLM protests. But Trump has failed at all three and quite badly. 

If you want to post about other things—investigations into the Bidens and their dealings with Ukraine, damage during the BLM protests, "Obamagate"—have at it. To me, those are distractions. Right now I keep seeing this in my head:





I just don't want to get crushed by Trump's failures. 
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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 11:46pm



 kurtster wrote:

I found no humor.  Intended or accidental.  He said it bothered him, enough to speak up about it.

Sometimes the simple pettiness of some people gets under one's skin.
  With all the stuff going on, this is what the focus is on from across the world ?
 
I agree. The pettiness gets under your skin. This is just another example of trump's pettiness, like insisting his name was on US government's stimulus cheques. Like insisting that US was first in the name for the re-branded NAFTA. A deal breaker for him, but not for more mature leaders. Like being bent out of shape that his inauguration crowds were a fraction of Obama's. Etc. etc. etc. The world deserves better than the US president.

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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 11:40pm

 kcar wrote:


 Trump is a foul joke and he's made the US the laughingstock of the world. 
 
Maybe in your world, but not in the monolithic "Trumpworld©" as you put it ...

The rest of the world ain't laughing at him when he makes them start paying their fair share for their own defenses ...

Well maybe China is laughing its ass off having gotten away with disrupting the entire world and ruining the world economy, not to mention the loss of life.
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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 11:31pm



kcar wrote:
And FWIW I respect the opinions of haresfur, regardless of where he lives. 


 kurtster wrote:

Only because you agree with each other.

He's entitled to his opinion just as much as anyone else is, but that does not mean he is above any criticism over it, regardless of where he lives or who he is. 

Or do you disagree with me on that ?
 

"Only because you agree with each other."


I respect the opinions of people who've taken the time to read up on a subject and can back up their opinions with evidence.  Even if they disagree with me. 

haresfur is not above criticism. No one said that he is. 

He has a right to carp about the presidential seal on Trump's mask, regardless of his nationality. If his complaint bothers you, you have the right to complain. The rest of us have a right to jump into the discussion. 

The coronavirus is a not a Chinese virus or "Kung flu" or whatever Trump tries to call it. SARS-CoV-2 could have jumped from bats to humans in any country. Most countries have shown that they were ill-prepared for such a viral pandemic, which means that Covid19 could have spread from almost any country to many countries. The US has "wet markets" too and they have been shown to have viral outbreaks. (See "Lessons From US live-poultry markets" section of the page I linked to at the left.)


https://thehill.com/changing-america/enrichment/arts-culture/494004-celeb-activists-call-for-america-to-close-live

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ny-california-call-for-ban-wet-markets-in-states-amid-coronavirus


So you can blame China "and how they are responsible for f*cking the entire world over with their virus" as you put it but you'd be missing much of the story. China in my opinion should have been much more forthcoming with information at the beginning of the outbreak. But the US, even at the upper levels of the federal government, has known for many years that it was not prepared for a viral pandemic...and still we got hammered.  

And that presidential seal on Trump's mask? It's an ironic symbol of how incompetent, deluded and UNPRESIDENTIAL Trump is. You can blame China, sure, but Trump's denial of reality and his failure to lead the country, develop plans for treatment and distribution of resources and his refusal to shore up the economy have made things far worse in the US than they should be. 

That's why the seal on the mask is so grating. Trump is a foul joke and he's made the US the laughingstock of the world. 
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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 11:27pm

 buddy wrote:

Come on, man, have a sense of humor once in a while.

 
I found no humor.  Intended or accidental.  He said it bothered him, enough to speak up about it.

Sometimes the simple pettiness of some people gets under one's skin.  With all the stuff going on, this is what the focus is on from across the world ?
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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 10:05pm



 kurtster wrote:

If you were an American, I might consider your point.

Maybe you were once, but not anymore.  

Now you're bitching about the mask itself.  Small thing, get over it.

Be happy he is wearing a mask.  Is that too much to ask ?

There are much bigger things to worry about.
 
Come on, man, have a sense of humor once in a while.

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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 9:17pm



 haresfur wrote:


I will give trump credit for understanding branding better than anyone else in politics including the Australian prime minister #ScottyFromMarketing. 

 

I think it’s not as much that he recognizes it as branding, and just wants to see his name on everything. Steaks, university, etc. Now matter how shitty it is, it’s a statement that he’s wealthy and a “businessman.” Except that he’s a really poor businessman, based on precedent. And, as America faces significant challenges - he’s done nothing of substance that shows his business acumen except insult previous deals and renege on them unilaterally, leaving our neighbors in the lurch because of his caprice.
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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 8:59pm



 kurtster wrote:

Only because you agree with each other.

He's entitled to his opinion just as much as anyone else is, but that does not mean he is above any criticism over it, regardless of where he lives or who he is. 

Or do you disagree with me on that ?
 
That's funny, you agreed with my assessment that it is a small thing. 

I will give trump credit for understanding branding better than anyone else in politics including the Australian prime minister #ScottyFromMarketing. 

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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 8:48pm



 kcar wrote:

 


 



And FWIW I respect the opinions of haresfur, regardless of where he lives. 
 

Not allowed. Foreigners and all that. #MAGA!
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Posted: Jul 12, 2020 - 8:46pm

 kcar wrote:

And FWIW I respect the opinions of haresfur, regardless of where he lives. 
 
Only because you agree with each other.

He's entitled to his opinion just as much as anyone else is, but that does not mean he is above any criticism over it, regardless of where he lives or who he is. 

Or do you disagree with me on that ?
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