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tumbleweedt

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  1. She's STILL looking for Madonna! #nopictogether4u
  2. Cheer up there, old boy! Just having a laugh. #eyesnotfromflash
  3. And they go wayyyyyy back.... #birthday #ivanka #junior
  4. He's at least done some good things before....
  5. I appreciated the following response on Twitter: #Castro was a fraud who didn’t respect the people enough to trust them with any power. Fifty wasted years for #Cuba.
  6. Stop knowingly spreading lies about me. The fact that you're worked up about politically sensitive issues is understandable, but it doesn't make it okay for you to smear me with false accusations. This is the third post in a third thread. Stop this FALSE SMEAR campaign.
  7. Who? If you're referring to James Mattis, then you're talking out of your ass.
  8. Sure glad both sides aren't DEMONIZING each other....
  9. Stein sues after Wisconsin refuses to order hand recounts Madison β€” The Wisconsin Elections Commission agreed Monday to begin a recount of the presidential election on Thursday but was sued by Green Party candidate Jill Stein after the agency declined to require county officials to recount the votes by hand. It will be a race to finish the recount in time to meet a daunting federal deadline, and the lawsuit could delay the process. Under state law, the recount must begin this week as long as Stein or another candidate pays the $3.5 million estimated cost of the recount by Tuesday, election officials said. Also Monday, Stein filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania to force a recount there and her supporters began filing recount requests at the precinct level in the Keystone State. Stein β€” who received just a tiny piece of the national vote β€” also plans to ask for a recount in Michigan on Wednesday. Unless Stein wins her lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court, officials in each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties would decide on their own whether to do their recounts of the 2.98 million statewide votes by machine or by hand, with dozens of counties expected to hand count the paper ballots.
  10. Pennsylvania State Department says Stein missed recount deadline Jill Stein has everything she needs to launch a presidential recount. She's got the cash, the grassroots fervor and the spotlight of an adoring media. But there's one thing she needs to overturn Trump's victory: a calendar. Stein missed Pennsylvania's deadline to file for a voter-initiated recount. That blown deadline is a huge blow for Democrats who have pinned their hopes on recounts in the Keystone State, Michigan and Wisconsin. "According to Wanda Murren, spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of State," the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Monday, "the deadline for a voter-initiated recount was Monday, Nov. 21." Allied with Clinton's camp, Stein can still mount a legal challenge. While the chances of litigation are uncertain, the vote tally is clear. Trump beat Clinton in Pennsylvania, a feat not accomplished by a Republican since Ronald Reagan in 1988.
  11. But that tweet about MILLIONS of illegals voting, costing him the popular vote...... Without providing proof or calling for investigations he should not make such huge claims. Will he succeed in distracting people with these Trumpisms? Will it become a temporary new normal during his Presidency? Will he be made to pay a price for them? Very curious to see if / how the political and business establishment will interact with him. Conflict of interest with his business empire. Will he be impeached? Uncharted territory......
  12. Well you can thank Saint Obama for getting rid of habeas corpus.
  13. Democrat for Department of Homeland Security? Bill Glauber, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 10:19 p.m. EST November 25, 2016 (Photo: J. Scott Applewhite, Associated Press) Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. is scheduled to meet Monday in New York with President-elect Donald Trump (http://on.jsonl.in/2gp8u0b), according to news reports quoting a Trump aide. Clarke, who runs as a Democrat, was a high-profile surrogate for Trump during the campaign. Clarke has been mentioned as a potential Trump appointee to head the Department of Homeland Security. "The sheriff has nothing to say," Clarke's spokeswoman, Fran McLaughlin, said Friday when asked to confirm Monday's meeting. When asked earlier this month if he expected a role in the Trump White House, Clarke told radio host Joe Pags: "I don't expect anything, I don't have an entitlement mentality. I told Donald Trump I wanted to help him because I thought that this country needed his leadership. That being said, if the president asks you to serve, you step up to fulfill that duty. So if he feels that I can help him and he calls on me, sure I'll accept it, but I'm not expecting anything." In his upcoming memoir, Clarke has called for an overhaul of the nation's Homeland Security program, writing that American citizens suspected of being terrorists should be treated as "enemy combatants" who can be questioned without an attorney, arrested by authorities and held indefinitely. Their cases would then be handled by military tribunals, not the traditional court system. "We are at war. Homegrown radicalization has the enemy inside our borders," Clarke writes. "Islamist radicalized Americans are not criminals; they are enemy combatants." Clarke has also spoken out forcefully in favor of Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., Trump's pick for attorney general.
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