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Mon Mar 20, 2017, 08:04 PM

 

When was the last time the Director of the FBI

in a public arena with the Nation watching directly contradict the President of the United States?

Not that he has any left, but the credibility of the US President just took another major hit, imagine if we ever had a national crisis and the Don went on TV to ask the Nation for support?

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Response to archives (Original post)

Mon Mar 20, 2017, 08:07 PM

1. Same time

When was the last time the Director of the FBI
in a public arena with the Nation watching directly contradicted the New York Times.

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Response to Horsefeathers (Reply #1)

Mon Mar 20, 2017, 08:16 PM

3. It wasn't the New York Times who said twice that President Obama personally ordered

 

a wiretapping of Trump Towers, and please don't copy and paste the right wing website that has the NYT article included with only the headlines circled, if you read the actual article in the NYT you would see that it does not say what your right wing websites are implying

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Mon Mar 20, 2017, 08:15 PM

2. Remember DimSon's gutpunched look on 9/11? This guy doesn't even have...

a Cheney to help him cope.

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Response to Scary Red (Reply #2)

Mon Mar 20, 2017, 09:17 PM

4. I wonder if he throws

all his toys around his bedroom and threatens to hold his breath until he gets his own way.

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