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Do you think Trump will be impeached or forced to resign?

Do you believe Trump will be impeached or forced to resign?  

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5 hours ago, boomerangutang said:

If that's true, that could be fun to watch. I suspect the WH is going apeshit trying to find a way to keep her off the air.  Like everyone else who has had in-person involvements with Trump (except his son, but including all his wives), ....Trump insists on them signing non-disclosure agreements.  It's required, and applies to Stormy also.   So, even if she does go on the Kimmel show, don't be surprised if most of his questions are met with something like, "I'm not allowed to answer that."

 

She may be a stripper but she's not an idiot.  There is a clip in this link of her handling such questions -- she keeps her trap shut.

http://www.newsweek.com/stormy-threat-trump-affair-791969

 

 

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46 minutes ago, bendejo said:

 

She may be a stripper but she's not an idiot.  There is a clip in this link of her handling such questions -- she keeps her trap shut.

http://www.newsweek.com/stormy-threat-trump-affair-791969

Apparently she will open her "trap" for the right amount or the right guy...

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4 hours ago, Ruffian Dick said:

Apparently she will open her "trap" for the right amount or the right guy...

Yes, her lips are sealed, but when she met a fool and his money they soon parted.

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15 minutes ago, ballpoint said:

Yes, her lips are sealed, but when she met a fool and his money they soon parted.

 

That's pretty funny.

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12 hours ago, boomerangutang said:

"I'm not allowed to answer that."

Thus far any possible nondisclosure agreement between Donald Trump and Stephanie Clifford has been accepted as binding.

There might be flaws in such a possible agreement between Donald Trump and Stephanie Clifford that might jeopardize its legality and or enforcement (see https://law.stackexchange.com/questions/4339/when-can-an-nda-be-legally-broken for partial reference):

  • It doesn't apply to protect a commission of a crime - The alleged affair took place at the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Club in Douglas County, Nevada. If Stephanie was paid for sex, a crime was committed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_Nevada
  • It doesn't apply to hide fraud - Trump was married to Melanie. "A bargain, performance of which would tend to harm third persons by deceiving them as to material facts, or by defrauding them, or without justification by other means is illegal.
  • False identities - Stormy Daniels real name is Stephanie Clifford. Use of 'Stormy Daniels' or Stephanie 'Daniels' would be incorrect. Pseudonyms were alleged to have been used in some of the agreements: ‘Peggy Peterson' as Stormy and ‘David Dennison' as Trump. Although it was claimed that real names were used in copies of a "side" agreement held by their respective attorneys.  https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/01/did-donald-trump-pay-porn-star-stormy-daniels-to-keep-quiet-about-an-affair.html
  • The agreement was allegedly executed through the umbrella of a Delaware LLC created just for the agreement using pseudomyns to keep the $130,000 payment from the public. If the LLC was created for an unlawful purpose such as money laundering or bribe for an illegal act, the DOJ might challenge it - but that would be Trump's DOJ.

    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/01/michael-cohen-stormy-daniels-donald-trump

 

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On 5/21/2017 at 10:44 AM, Silurian said:

Right now, the doofus POTUS is actually a big plus to Democrats. The more stupid and idiotic he looks and the more the kowtowed congress goes along, the more and more likely Democrats will take the house in 2018. As much as some Democrats want impeachment or a resignation, I think they hope it won't happen until late next year after the elections are done. There is no bigger selling point for the Democrats than the failing POTUS. It makes for excellent ads.

 

It can actually be better for Republicans to cut the rope now before they hang as a whole but that won't happen. They have no idea how to finesse this to their advantage. They were too busy being the party of "NO" for so long, they forgot how to do anything else but be stubborn.

 

You really have no understanding of what he is doing.

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Dow Jones passed 26,600. I don't know about most folks but my pocket book dictates my voting. So....my vote is for Trump. Beat the drums all you want but the fact is Trump is doing a decent job so far considering all the head wind he's encountered. Give him some wind off the stern and calm seas to see what he can really accomplish.

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1 hour ago, Srikcir said:

Thus far any possible nondisclosure agreement between Donald Trump and Stephanie Clifford has been accepted as binding.

There might be flaws in such a possible agreement between Donald Trump and Stephanie Clifford that might jeopardize its legality and or enforcement (see https://law.stackexchange.com/questions/4339/when-can-an-nda-be-legally-broken for partial reference):

  • It doesn't apply to protect a commission of a crime - The alleged affair took place at the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Club in Douglas County, Nevada. If Stephanie was paid for sex, a crime was committed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_Nevada
  • It doesn't apply to hide fraud - Trump was married to Melanie. "A bargain, performance of which would tend to harm third persons by deceiving them as to material facts, or by defrauding them, or without justification by other means is illegal.
  • False identities - Stormy Daniels real name is Stephanie Clifford. Use of 'Stormy Daniels' or Stephanie 'Daniels' would be incorrect. Pseudonyms were alleged to have been used in some of the agreements: ‘Peggy Peterson' as Stormy and ‘David Dennison' as Trump. Although it was claimed that real names were used in copies of a "side" agreement held by their respective attorneys.  https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/01/did-donald-trump-pay-porn-star-stormy-daniels-to-keep-quiet-about-an-affair.html
  • The agreement was allegedly executed through the umbrella of a Delaware LLC created just for the agreement using pseudomyns to keep the $130,000 payment from the public. If the LLC was created for an unlawful purpose such as money laundering or bribe for an illegal act, the DOJ might challenge it - but that would be Trump's DOJ.

    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/01/michael-cohen-stormy-daniels-donald-trump

 

Trump and Melania were 

married and resident of New York when Trump allegedly committed adultery. Adultery is a crime in New York. Thus NDA is void.  

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30 minutes ago, EVENKEEL said:

Dow Jones passed 26,600. I don't know about most folks but my pocket book dictates my voting. So....my vote is for Trump. Beat the drums all you want but the fact is Trump is doing a decent job so far considering all the head wind he's encountered. Give him some wind off the stern and calm seas to see what he can really accomplish.

Dow Jones rose more during Obama's first year than during Trump's. Some people define the US's progress by amounts of money and/or that giant roulette wheel called Wall Street.  In contrast, judge US's progress by how content and safe its people are, and how well the environment is taken care of.  By those yardsticks, the US is worse off with Trump (or his decision-making handlers) at the helm.  

If he gets any more wind in his sails, he'll continue to steer the ship of state towards rocky shoals.  No thanks.  The more he's restricted, the better.

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18 hours ago, heybruce said:

These things matter to you?

 

Guns--why?

Immigration--other than providing affordable food, how has that affected your life?

Healthcare (cost)--demand universal health care.  Countries that have it provide better healthcare for much less than the US.

Taxes--I assume you expect to be dead before the exploding deficit has to be dealt with.  Better die soon.

Jobs--doing fine before Trump.

Retirement--I hope you weren't planning on Social Security with that retirement.  The Republicans have it in their sites.

Investments--did very well under Obama.

Home equity--Trump's rush to deregulate banks are laying the foundation for another bubble.  Has he done anything to support home values?

 

Etc., etc.

Why can't this impeachment topic stay on track

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51 minutes ago, EVENKEEL said:

Dow Jones passed 26,600. I don't know about most folks but my pocket book dictates my voting. So....my vote is for Trump. Beat the drums all you want but the fact is Trump is doing a decent job so far considering all the head wind he's encountered. Give him some wind off the stern and calm seas to see what he can really accomplish.

The Davos meeting ended up confirming PTrump  number one accomplishment,  bringing money and jobs back to America .Did you see that meeting with all the big  global CEO's? All that power at the table,just confirms that they aren't worried about him being impeached or that he is mentally  impaired, lol. America is open for business.

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1 hour ago, EVENKEEL said:

Dow Jones passed 26,600. I don't know about most folks but my pocket book dictates my voting

So you voted for Hils last election and Obama the one before that. Fair enough.

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Trump is an immediately, objectionable creature (IMO) - but he was elected as the 'ordinary' American voter in less wealthy communities were sick and tired of the status quo.

 

I suspect they saw Hilary as an extension of this, and Trump as a possible alternative.

 

So many people were sure Trump would be impeached/forced to resign within 3 months of his election - but it's still all talk....

 

Meanwhile, he's a typical loathsome president/politician, and still in office....

 

I'm tired of the outrage against the odd politician that goes 'against the grain' - regardless of how much I dislike this particular person.

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Just now, dick dasterdly said:

Trump is an immediately, objectionable creature (IMO) - but he was elected as the 'ordinary' American voter in less wealthy communities were sick and tired of the status quo.

 

I suspect they saw Hilary as an extension of this, and Trump as a possible alternative.

 

So many people were sure Trump would be impeached/forced to resign within 3 months of his election - but it's still all talk....

 

Meanwhile, he's a typical loathsome president/politician, and still in office....

 

I'm tired of the outrage against the odd politician that goes 'against the grain' - regardless of how much I dislike this particular person.

Will this thread 'will trump be impeached or forced to resign' continue for 4 years( edit, sorry - 3 more years)??

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