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  1. He learned this from his father. When he was young, he never got invited to other children's birthday parties etc. After a few years of that, Fred Trump put a stop to it. He visited families of neighborhood kids who were planning birthday parties. He leaned on them to invite his son to the parties.
  2. This is what puzzles me - what is wrong with his supporters: This last point is what especially confuses and dismays British people, and many other people too; his faults seem pretty bloody hard to miss. After all, it’s impossible to read a single tweet, or hear him speak a sentence or two, without staring deep into the abyss. He turns being artless into an art form; He is a Picasso of pettiness; a Shakespeare of shit. His faults are fractal: even his flaws have flaws, and so on ad infinitum.
  3. Here is the entire article that is cited above as being brilliant. Fox and Friends is calling it President Trump "owning" democrats. It is very luminous, not in its value itself because in that area it is devoid, but in that it shows you what passes as greatness to Trump supporters - just claiming something, which is pretty much all the smoke that is Trump President Trump "outfoxed" Democrats by signing the bipartisan border security compromise, Dan Bongino said Saturday on Fox & Friends. Trump signed the legislation that would provide nearly $1.4 billion for new border barriers, and he also announced he'd be declaring a national emergency at the border, in an effort to divert billions of government dollars toward his desired wall. Bongino, a Fox News contributor and former Secret Service agent, said that he isn't sure if Democrats realize how badly Trump "wrecked" them in how he'll fund a wall. He said by the time Trump gets to national emergency funding, he will have already spent billions of dollars from other legally obtained federal funds. "I don't think the Democrats understand how badly they got owned on this thing on the funding side," Bongino said. Many top Democrats, though, appeared to disagree with Trump's announcement Friday. New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand called the decision "an outrageous abuse of power," and 2020 presidential candidate Julian Castro said Trump instigated a "constitutional crisis" in declaring such an emergency. "President Trump outfoxed these guys again," Bongino said. "He outfoxed them again, I'm sure of it."
  4. All of Alabama is in the central time zone.
  5. I suspect Hunt plays just a short time for Browns before being traded.
  6. He might be richer than President Trump. Seriously. As any prudent person, I suspect President Trump drastically over states his wealth. After accounting for his debt, his net worth is probably around $100 to $200 million, and maybe under $100 million, making Kaepernick possibly having a higher one.
  7. Prosecutors for special counsel Robert Mueller said in a new court filing that President Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort is facing a sentence of 19.5 to 24.5 years in prison for the financial crimes for which he was convicted in a Virginia court last August.
  8. https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/15/politics/roger-stone-wikileaks/index.html Prosecutors said for the first time that they have evidence of Roger Stone communicating with WikiLeaks, according to a new court filing from special counsel prosecutors.
  9. Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she was interviewed by the Special Counsel. Would someone, of her level, be interviewed if nothing was there?
  10. Kaepernick will net between $60-80 million in settlement.
  11. Food for thought when thinking about this: “Hitler in a coalition with the Center will be working with statesmen who are not drummer boys but experienced realists. And it is a great deal easier to organize revolts than it is to rule. I predict that Hitler will be extinguished.” – American journalist Dorothy Thompson, after interviewing Hitler in 1932
  12. A legal expert on MSNBC just said that courts are likely to deferred to the President on whether it is an emergency and will only look at what the law and constitution state. This makes sense, so unless the law defines what constitutes an emergency under it, or the law is found unconstitutional, the declaration likely stands in court.
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