This Is Why Trump's Most Likely Not Going To Stop With The Now-Confirmed-False "Wiretap" Allegations

Submitted by: rumham 6 days ago News & Politics


An interesting read from CNN about where Trump's head is at and why he's so insistent on the wiretap allegations, even though as bipartisan agreement has been made that absolutely no wiretaps have been found.

Why won't Trump let this one go? He even stood by his claims as late as yesterday during German Chancellor Angela Merkel's White House visit. Is it ego? Self-preservation? Shades of a clinical sociopath. 
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Male 14,332
Kind of like how Dems are saying Russia rigged the election by showing the Dems true colors and how they were actually RIGGING ELECTIONS..........
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Male 37,036
Merkel's visit was another win for Trump:
http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2017/03/with-merkels-visit-trump-wins-again.php

But the MSM cannot admit a single positive fact, they have to focus entirely on the negative. Not even the IAB Liberals can deny this...
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Male 4,388
I don't how he managed to insult both England and the German's Canceller in just one meeting, then rubbed it in a short time later in a tweet. Lets see how many Allies he managed to insult: Mexico, Germany, England, and Australia, so far...
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Male 4,388
Trumpies has a problem saying that he was wrong, he is also unable to say he is sorry. This seems to be linked to his extreme narcissistic tendencies he constantly displays
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Male 953
thezigrat show me someone in government that ISN'T narcissistic.
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Male 6,181
thezigrat Look up Roy Cohen.  That's his mentor.  Always attack never apologize.
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Male 4,388
normalfreak2 I know about his mentor Rob, I think that's how he began but He has gone far beyond this principle to where it has become part of his personality
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Male 318
Trump is probably still trying to figure out how everybody knows whatever he twitters ;-)

OK, I couldn't resist. Seriously, I'd like to know how anybody could actually find weather or not anybody is wiretapping  when every f-ing secret service will just remotely sniff the data without leaving a trace and our governments are actually enforcing that possibility. 
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Male 4,373
There is a hearing on Monday with National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers and FBI Director James Comey. It will be interesting to see what Trump does after these guys have to disprove his lies under oath. It should be an impeachable offense for a sitting President to falsely accusing another President of crimes against Americans. How is Trump able to get away with such damaging lies?
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Male 4,388
markust123 I bet he will at least imply they -all the ones who found no evidence- are all still (what is the term he used?) secretly working for Obama and are against him
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Male 620
markust123 Keep in mind what the last impeachment was about too.  And which party was pushing for it so badly.
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Male 4,388
marsii Becoming insufferably obnoxious  is an impeachable offence, according to Ben Franklin Trumpies could always be held on that
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Male 4,373
Any American who has traveled to Europe has experienced the "ugly American". They are rude, loud and superior. Our President is the ugly American. What an embarrassment.
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Male 14,332
markust123 Yes cause there's no Europeans like that at all! They all agree with everything you want and are so perfect unlike those who don't agree with you...... Yet you're too stupid to see that's the attitude that got Trump elected. 
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Male 953
markust123 As opposed to our last one that rolled over and pissed himself in submission.
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Male 4,373
squidbush What are you talking about. Obama's best quality is he never let anyone get to him. Or he at least never showed that anyone did.
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Male 37,036
markust123 What are talking about? You really are reading impaired...
Obama caved in to whichever international leader he met. That is what squidbush said, not whatever you think he said. (Except Israel, since Obama's an open anti-Semite.) Iran? Syria? Russia? China? cave cave cave-in. What do you think squidbush meant? Or did you deliberately change the subject since you have (as usual) nothing to say?

As for 'didn't let it get to him' you are seriously joking now! He blamed EVERYONE ELSE in the world for his mistakes, and ghod forbid you should disagree with him, the IRS would be crawling all over you within days...
Or you'd be under illegal surveillance...

To the end of his term? He accused his detractors of (get this!) racism! He actually said that they'd 'just woken up 'to the idea of a Black President (after 6+ years) and ONLY objected to his ridiculous plans because of that.
And that the 'US public' was too stupid to understand just how smart he was...
On and on and on...
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Male 216
markust123 You hit the nail on the head there, he is a walking stereotype.
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Male 620
He's such a fucking embarrassment. I met with a guy from Europe the other day and he asked about Trump and I didn't have a goddamn answer. 
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Male 118
marsii And their recent history is all right and rosy? Sarkozy embarrasses the French, Blair had the Brits hanging their heads in shame, and Germany is gonna be hearing about WW2 for atleast another couple hundred years. All people, everywhere, know that politicians are just shit. As an American, you don't have to answer for Trump, he's just "some asshole". Every country has em.
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Male 201
marsii I think any sane rational person would have an answer for his behaviour.
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