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Good let’s see how much he ripped off the country monetarily we allready have a pretty good idea of the physiological damage     

Well Trump might believe the American public will be upset but with a post Jan 6 approval rating of 30% it won't be many of them. If karma does it's work The Donald will be getting fitted with a jumps

The worst most corrupt president in American history

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A couple of points:

 

-  President Trump's tax returns have not been locked away in a cave somewhere, unseen by human eyes.  The IRS has them and could have sent them to he FBI if they contained evidence of anything criminal.  To the best of our knowledge, the IRS has not done this.

 

- Rachel Maddow got a hold of one of President Trump's tax returns a while back.  The tax returns were normal, ecept for the numbers being large.

 

Not realeasing his tax returns may well have been the ultimate President Trump troll!

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1 hour ago, FritsSikkink said:

You never watch any of them but you know that Fox is the better one. Trump logic at his best.

I used to watch CNN and Fox, I guess 5-10 years ago. I judge them now on what I read/watch(British newspapers and Aljazeera/RT news). They both are terribly biased and anyone who is not blinkered can see that. 

 

How is this Trump logic? Actually, what has what I wrote got to do with Trump?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Kelsall said:

A couple of points:

 

-  President Trump's tax returns have not been locked away in a cave somewhere, unseen by human eyes.  The IRS has them and could have sent them to he FBI if they contained evidence of anything criminal.  To the best of our knowledge, the IRS has not done this.

 

- Rachel Maddow got a hold of one of President Trump's tax returns a while back.  The tax returns were normal, ecept for the numbers being large.

 

Not realeasing his tax returns may well have been the ultimate President Trump troll!

The IRS has been investigating Trump for a long time. It's a problem which they admit. This is due to his massive losses, which are being disputed. The head of the treasury decides how to handle investigations. A political appointee. So forget anything happening the past 4 years.

 

It will all come out soon. Just wait. And read the NY Times for the best reporting.

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9 hours ago, Berkshire said:

I do wonder if there's a "secret pardon" out there for Trump and his family.  Knowing how corrupt and shameless he is, it wouldn't surprise me that he would try to cover his own ass somehow.  Not that it would help him in state cases. 

I would be surprised if there isn't one.

trump is a litigious person, he has made a living out of taking people to court. other than BS he is really not good at anything else.. One of the most important strategies in US litigation is to outlast your opponent. A pocket pardon might not survive constitutional scrutiny, but it would serve to delay verdicts as challenges and subsequent appeals find their way  through the courts. 

I would see no reason why trump will not deploy this tactics, it would be like leaving money on the table, and trump being a sociopath, and having no shame, is completely transactional and would not leave any more money on the table than he has to.  

 

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9 hours ago, Greenside said:

 

Very interesting interview with Elizabeth Neumann on BBC's HardTalk this morning where she discusses, amongst other things, the efforts to rid the Republican Party of the elements that seem destined to wreck it if Trump continues to be a malign influence.  Hardtalk (BBC World Service Radio)

Trump is not a malign influence. Trump is the personification of the Republican party.

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