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The press, and the public. Do you think this is okay behavior for a president?
Hiding under your bed while your ambassadors are getting killed is bad behavior for a President. Sending out the talk squad the next Sunday to blame it on a bad video nobody ever watched is bad behavior for a President . Giving a few billion to the enemy to assist in their nuclear weapons program is bad behavior.

Blowing smoke doesn't bother me near as much.
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No, it is really not Jimbo. That line speaks directly to President Trump's character, or obvious lack of. So many candidates over the years have had their campaigns derailed for so much less, remember the Dean scream? The main stream media the right keeps talking about does not need to make up anything about President Trump he controls them by the Tweet. The Russian thing and the Benghazi thing seem almost exactly alike to me. Little to no evidence with lots of hysteria. Just strikes me as funny that worked for the last 8 years for the RWers, now all the sudden they remember what evidence means.
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I don't know why jimbo addresses me. I don't care what he thinks and I don't even see it unless someone else quotes him. I know he is a fulltime Trump defender like Franc and a few others.
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No, it is really not Jimbo. That line speaks directly to President Trump's character, or obvious lack of. So many candidates over the years have had their campaigns derailed for so much less, remember the Dean scream? The main stream media the right keeps talking about does not need to make up anything about President Trump he controls them by the Tweet. The Russian thing and the Benghazi thing seem almost exactly alike to me. Little to no evidence with lots of hysteria. Just strikes me as funny that worked for the last 8 years for the RWers, now all the sudden they remember what evidence means.
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Hiding under your bed while your ambassadors are getting killed is bad behavior for a President. Sending out the talk squad the next Sunday to blame it on a bad video nobody ever watched is bad behavior for a President . Giving a few billion to the enemy to assist in their nuclear weapons program is bad behavior.

Blowing smoke doesn't bother me near as much.
Fictional stuff though clearly does. Nobody hid or gave billions to fund an enemy nuclear program.

Also this thread is about Trump. But I guess you're okay with a sitting president public ally threatening a private citizen with secret recordings. Am I wrong about that? Hope so.
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No, it is really not Jimbo. That line speaks directly to President Trump's character, or obvious lack of. So many candidates over the years have had their campaigns derailed for so much less, remember the Dean scream? The main stream media the right keeps talking about does not need to make up anything about President Trump he controls them by the Tweet. The Russian thing and the Benghazi thing seem almost exactly alike to me. Little to no evidence with lots of hysteria. Just strikes me as funny that worked for the last 8 years for the RWers, now all the sudden they remember what evidence means.
And now it's Mt. President Trump instead of ex candidate Trump, so it didn't matter all that much to the voters.

The Russian thing and Benghazi are nowhere near the same, but you know that. For one thing, nobody died over the unfounded Russian claim, and it was not a matter of national security. Nobody sent out the entire PR staff to blame it on a bad video. For another, the Benghazi debacle did happen and it's been verified. The reverse is true about Russia/Trump. Even Maxine Waters said there is no evidence. FBI has turned up no evidence.

If you have evidence, I'd like to see it.
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Oh, the spin. I said I see no evidence of either. For the last 8 years the RWNM has been shaping reality for about half of the US, but since you demand evidence of accusations from the left, it is appropriate for me to demand evidence of wrong doing in Benghazi. Remember the company of Marines, the AC 130 and the F-18 Obama would not let buzz the consulate and scare off the terrorist then Obama hid under the bed? I just find the sudden change in standard of evidence to have a scandal hysterically funny (or sad) and a perfect example of hypocrisy in action. And yes, expressing the concept you can grab a woman by the ***** without permission if you are rich is an indication of depravity of character and President Trump himself provided irrefutable evidence. it amazes me the one time party of morals and ethics would elect someone such as Trump.
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And now it's Mt. President Trump instead of ex candidate Trump, so it didn't matter all that much to the voters.

The Russian thing and Benghazi are nowhere near the same, but you know that. For one thing, nobody died over the unfounded Russian claim, and it was not a matter of national security. Nobody sent out the entire PR staff to blame it on a bad video. For another, the Benghazi debacle did happen and it's been verified. The reverse is true about Russia/Trump. Even Maxine Waters said there is no evidence. FBI has turned up no evidence.

If you have evidence, I'd like to see it.
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