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When you have people literally risking their very lives to keep a dangerous Trump statement alive, it scares the shit out of me. If this many people are willing to die to maintain the veneer of Trump, then there is no compromise, there is no 'Lets have a mature discussion', there is no 'Free and open debate" because by definition that mindset will lie, tell half truth, whatever for what it deems its perverse version of the greater good. 

Herman Cain, a man who came from abject poverty in segregation south to a fantastic business career and at one point was leading in the primary to be Republican nominee foolishly commits suicide, because thats the only definition for a man who is part of the top 3 categories for most likely to die in the US from Covid 19 (elderly, black and recovering from colon cancer and liver issues). The man isn't unintelligent. He has a higher intelligence probably than anyone reading this and he does that. Just so Trump can win an election, to make it easier. How do you work with someone of that mindset? 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/letters-editor-cult-trump-starting-100055426.html

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Steve, it is redundant of me, to say, I concur.

The fact that otherwise intelligent people, are promoting Trump after all this time, after Trump's obvious lack of utility and with the multiple mountains, of flammable court actions, all poised and ready to go, is astounding. The only answer is that Trump is the rotting meat, they put out on hooks to catch the alligators.

And before any Trumpanzees tack me for being partisan, I am not, I am anti-politician and I think that Trump is the worst of the worst, little more than a carnival barker and not a good one at that. 

A carnival barker without the integrity - (Leonard Pitts Jr.)

 

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I insist I shall be the first one in history who called Trump mentally sick. Anybody who does not agree should follow Steves link and listen to the President. The very< best that the Democrats should do is to lock up Biden somewhere in his basement, tell him to shut up  and just go on waiting that Trump buries himself by being interviewed. The man does not know any more what he is saying.

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And though it was something else Trump said, that I alluded to, being like "Mob Boss" talk, I watched the yahoo content at the link and the impression I got was of Donald, back pedalling from his "I wish her well" comments. But the original "I wish her well" now takes on a more sinister tone, after Donald says, "I wish you well", "I wish everybody well"...

Imagine if, in the Godfather, Marlon Brando,  instead of saying -  “I'll make him an offer he can't refuse,”  had said -  "I wish him well".

If you view Donald's comment as 'Mob Speak', it fits well, as a warning to Ghislaine Maxwell. Also we know that Trump successfully, had any references to the Godfather movie banned from Michael Cohen's trial. Book out soon.

Lastly on this Mob thing; Pre the 2016 election of Trump, I was commenting to an old fella, down here in NZ, ½ a world away, that I thought that Trump was an idiot etc. The old fella said, 'I'd be more worried about his Mob connections' ...  true or not, prescient in my view.

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As weary as I am, of being alarmed every morning by the antics of 'merica,  there are times, when I post here, so as to at least, have something in the record, on this forum, for future reference. Playing tennis with Cav has lost it's entertainment value.

 

Dr. Deborah Birx warned that the country is in a “new phase” of the coronavirus pandemic and that the current outbreak is “extraordinarily widespread.” Birx stressed that Americans need to follow public health recommendations, including wearing a mask and practicing social distancing. She added: “What we are seeing today is different from March and April.[…] It’s into the rural as equal urban areas. […] To everybody who lives in a rural area, you are not immune or protected from this virus.” (CNN / New York Times / Axios)
So of course Trump slams his closest supporting Medical expert  

Trump tweeted that Dr. Deborah Birx’s performance has been “pathetic.” Prior to Dr. Birx’s comment that the virus is in a “new phase,” and that it is “extraordinarily widespread,” Nancy Pelosi said Dr. Birx had been “too positive” about Trump’s handling of the pandemic. Trump then accused Dr. Birx of unfairly criticizing the administration’s response to the pandemic, saying she “took the bait & hit us.” Pelosi also said she does not have confidence in Dr. Birx, linking her to Trump’s disinformation about the virus spread of the coronavirus. “I think the president is spreading disinformation about the virus and she is his appointee,” Pelosi said, “so I don’t have confidence there, no.” (CNN / New York Times / Wall Street Journal / Washington Post / Politico / Reuters / Daily Beast)

Trump rebuked Dr. Anthony Fauci, retweeting a video of Fauci explaining to a House subcommittee that the U.S. has seen more cases than European countries because it shut down a fraction of its economy in response to the pandemic. “Wrong!” Trump wrote. (Politico)
Againilly
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The Manhattan District Attorney’s office suggested that it’s investigating Trump and his company for bank and insurance fraud. Until now, Cyrus Vance’s inquiry had appeared focused on hush-money payments made in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election to two women who said they had affairs with Trump. But, in a court filing Vance said Trump’s arguments that a subpoena for eight years of his personal and corporate tax records was too broad stemmed from “the false premise” that the probe was limited to hush-money payments. Vance told the judge that he was justified in demanding the financial records, citing public reports of “extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization.” The filing doesn’t say specifically what Vance is investigating, but instead quotes from an October opinion by a district judge in New York, who listed a number of publicly reported investigations that included allegations of “insurance and bank fraud by the Trump Organization.” (New York Times / Associated PressBloomberg / CNN / Axios)
Oh dear!
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Deutsche Bank opened an internal investigation into a 2013 transaction between Trump’s personal banker and a company part-owned by Jared Kushner. In June 2013, the banker, Rosemary Vrablic, and two of her Deutsche Bank colleagues purchased a Park Avenue apartment for about $1.5 million from a company called Bergel 715 Associates. In 2011, Kushner introduced Vrablic to Donald Trump – a time when most mainstream banks refused to do business with Trump because of his history of defaults and bankruptcies. Vrablic and her superiors agreed to take Trump on as a client, despite defaulting on a Deutsche loan three years earlier. In an annual personal financial report, Kushner and Ivanka Trump reported that they had received $1 million to $5 million last year from Bergel 715. (New York Times)

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner earned at least $36.2 million in outside income as they served in the White House last year. The Office of Government Ethics require administration officials to report the worth of assets and liabilities in ranges. The two advisers reported a minimum combined income that was at least $7 million higher than in 2018, when they reported making at least $29 million. (Washington Post)
Oh dear! Againilly!
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Notables.

Trump threatened legal action after Nevada’s Legislature passed a bill to automatically send mail-in ballots to all active voters. Trump tweeted that lawmakers were “using Covid to steal the state” in an “illegal late night coup.” Trump also claimed without evidence that the “Post Office could never handle the Traffic of Mail-In Votes without preparation.” House Majority Whip James Clyburn, meanwhile, said he believes Trump is “trying to put a cloud over the election” and has has no intention of “peacefully” transferring power if he loses in November. (Politico / BloombergAxios / CBS News)

poll/ 52% of Americans believe Trump will not accept the results of November’s election if he loses. 55% of Trump supporters say they refuse to accept a narrow Trump loss if mail-in ballots contribute a Biden victory. (Yahoo News)

Homeland Security reassigned a senior official whose office compiled “intelligence reports” about journalists and protesters in Portland. Brian Murphy, the acting under secretary for intelligence and analysis, was reassigned after his office disseminated “open-source intelligence reports” containing Twitter posts of journalists, noting they had published leaked unclassified documents. (New York Times / Washington Post)

Trump appointed his choice to fill the Pentagon’s top policy job to a temporary senior position in the same Defense Department office that does not require Senate approval. Anthony Tata confirmation hearing was canceled amid bipartisan opposition to the nomination. Tata’s role is essentially the deputy of the role he had been nominated for. (Politico / CNN / New York Times)

House Democrats subpoenaed four top aides to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, accusing them of stonewalling their investigation into the firing of the State Department’s former inspector general earlier this year. Pompeo previously said he recommended that Trump fire Steve Linick as the State Department inspector general, citing leaks from Linick’s office and claiming that the internal watchdog was trying to undermine his department. At the time of his termination, Linick and office were investigating the Trump administration’s use of an emergency declaration to expedite arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. (Politico / Wall Street Journal / Associated Press)

 

 

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Trump: There are those that say, you can test too much. You do know that.

Swan: Who says that?

Trump: Oh, just read the manuals. Read the books.

Swan: Manuals? What manuals?

Trump: Read the books. Read the books.

Swan: What books?

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16 hours ago, Coss said:

Trump: There are those that say, you can test too much. You do know that.

Swan: Who says that?

Trump: Oh, just read the manuals. Read the books.

Swan: Manuals? What manuals?

Trump: Read the books. Read the books.

Swan: What books?

Well obviously the books and manuals that say you can test too much, isn't it obvious. As a percentage of all books, our books, which are very good books, the best books, are clearly the ones with the right information, and its very good information, the best, best ever information. Look here on this chart, it's all green, that's good right, and its a long line, the best ever line, very green. But not China, then I'm going to ban Tik Tok and they will sell it to someone, I don't know, might be Microsoft, lets see, then the treasury gets some money so the Chinese virus will go away. Then when its gone everyone will know how I fixed it.

 

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