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  1. The composite of all the public opinion polls on Trump's approval/disapproval (40/56) is right here: https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/trump-approval-ratings/?ex_cid=rrpromo
  2. Don't kid yourself. 49-50% of the country strongly disapprove of Trump. Another 6-9% somewhat disapprove of Trump.
  3. When Trump says it's a hoax, that the equivalent of saying it didn't happen. He's defending Putin again, saying they didn't do it.
  4. He got the idea from Melania after she read Michelle's speech.
  5. American officials intercepted electronic data showing large financial transfers from a bank account controlled by Russia’s military intelligence agency to a Taliban-linked account, which was among the evidence that supported their conclusion that Russia covertly offered bounties for killing U.S. and coalition troops in Afghanistan, according to three officials familiar with the intelligence The administration officials did not mention anything in the House Republican briefing about intercepted data tracking financial transfers, both of the people familiar with it said. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/30/us/politics/russian-bounties-afghanistan-intelligence.html The white house claims the evidence wasn't actionable then they brief congressional republicans and neglect to mention the money transfers.
  6. “I’ve been hearing from military families in Nebraska constantly for the last 36 hours, and they’re livid,” Sasse said. “This is a story about the targeting of American men and women in uniform. This is about putting crosshairs on the backs of people who are fighting for our freedom. This is not about short-term politics.” Sasse said Congress “is broken” and needs to pull together to “get to the bottom of two questions.” “Who knew what when inside the administration? Did the commander in chief know? If not, why the heck not? What’s going on in that process?” he said. He called on colleagues to put aside their partisan differences and investigate the intelligence claims, which Trump said Monday U.S. officials did not find “credible.” “This institution needs to be really serious about the oversight we do,” he warned. https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/505145-gop-senator-congress-must-find-out-what-trump-knew-of-russian-bounties-and There is no reason to think that the opinions of military families in Nebraska are different than any other state. And btw, Texas has 32 military facilities, NC has 8 and Georgia has 13.
  7. It's administrative experience as opposed to legislative experience.
  8. Harris has 12 years of high level administrative experience. 6 as the AG of San Francisco and another 6 as the AG of Cal. As the Ag of Cal., she dealt with a multitude of complex issues and recovered billions for the state in civil judgments. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_Harris
  9. ctm

    Virus in US

    Drunks don't make good decisions, who knew?
  10. Georgia: Biden 49 Trump 45 https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/504988-ppp-poll-finds-biden-leading-in-georgia
  11. This is the perfect issue for republicans to put some distance between themselves and Trump. All they have to do is act like they are supporting the troops, hold hearings and demand some answers. If they aren't willing to do it now, then it won't happen.
  12. Trump certainly can't deny that he doesn't about Putin's bounty now. It's all over the news. What's he doing today?
  13. ctm

    Virus in US

    I never said it was exclusive to the younger crowd. But the biggest offenders are young people. Texas and Fla. aren't closing the bars because of Boomers.
  14. ctm

    Virus in US

    The more important question now is how hard is it going to be to reverse the anti-mask social behavior if we wait till January?
  15. ....especially if the pandemic is still raging and they think Trump is a certain loser. It doesn't take much of a drop off for it to be a disaster down ballot.

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