Trump Team Admits President Dictated Trump Jr. Letter Despite Prior Denials

Dictation_using_cylinder_phonographIn yet another contradiction from the Trump legal team, the recent letter to Special Counsel Robert Mueller included the notable admission that Trump “dictated” the statement that is at the center of the obstruction investigation.  Previously, Trump lawyers, particularly Jay Sekulow, categorically denied that Trump had drafted the letter.  Once again, these are continuing unforced errors produced by either a failure of attorney-client communications or a lack of due diligence. Either way, it is an example of how much of his investigation has been fueled by sheer blunders.


In the confidential letter, published by the New York Times, the Trump team wrote

“You have received all of the notes, communications and testimony indicating that the President dictated a short but accurate response to the New York Times article on behalf of his son, Donald Trump, Jr.,”
That is a major contradiction on a major piece of evidence.  The statement was widely condemned as misleading when it was issued in July 2017. While I continue to view the letter as a poor basis for obstruction, this type of contradiction (and the long failure to correct it) does not help.
On July 12, 2017, Sekulow expressly denied that the President was “involved in that” and said that letter was produced by Donald Trump Jr. and his lawyers.  On July 16, 2017, he again stated
“The President was not — did not — draft the response. The response came from Donald Trump Jr. and — I’m sure — in consultation with his lawyer. … Let me say this — but I do want to be clear — that the President was not involved in the drafting of the statement and did not issue the statement. It came from Donald Trump Jr.”
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders also said on August 1, 2017: “He certainly didn’t dictate, but he — like I said, he weighed in, offered suggestion like any father would do.”
Those and other statements now appear categorically false.

95 thoughts on “Trump Team Admits President Dictated Trump Jr. Letter Despite Prior Denials”

  1. You use the terms “errors” and “blunders” when in reality trump and his legal team and stagpff outright lied to the American people. Shame on you for softpedalling this!

  2. Beth – I don’t think you can pick up STDs from your hand. 😉

    1. Cleary you haven’t gone to where Fishwings and Wildbill69 have gone

      actually you can pick up anything from your hands with an open sore and laceration.
      so if you grab Fishwings dirty pecker or touch Wildbill’s smelly vawahwah, your appendage will disintegrate

      so ya know

      1. Is this what protecting Trump has become? This is their answer? Just make it up and live in the other world that facts don’t matter. In the words of the dear leader……….SAD… JUST SAD.

  3. Categorically False.

    C’mon, it’s Trump, you expected anything else?

  4. Presidential confessions:

    “Crazy Abe,” “The CSA had an immutable right to secede which has been proven by the successful secessions of many other countries, and the Civil War was insane, despotic, illegal and unconstitutional.

    FDR, “Had I an ounce of honor, I would have publicly told the Navy it was going to be attacked, sent a force out to counter the Japanese fleet and I would have publicly told Japan not to attack Pearl Harbor but I really, really, really needed that massacre of American personnel to use as a rationale to enter WWII.”

    LBJ, “I was a heartbeat away and I just could not resist the opportunity to become President; I didn’t like JFK anyway.”

    Bill “Slick Willy” Clinton, “Anybody could have ridden Ronald Reagan’s wave, Hills and I would and did do anything for some easy money (Tyson Chicken) and I DID have sex with that woman, Miss Lewinsky.”

    Barack Obama, “My real fake name is Barry Soetoro as I stated on my high school application, where upon I also stated that I was an Indonesian citizen, and having studied law, I knew manifestly that I would never be a “natural born citizen” per the constitutional requirement because my father was a foreign citizen making it impossible for me to be anything other than a simple “citizen.”

    1. Crazy George doesn’t accept the result of the Civil War and other assorted fantasies.


    2. Please post more of this type of material.

      this is to “I’m banned from everywhere else so here ya go” georgie

      1. Because you asked…..

        this is to “you’re such a douche” Mark M

        “Pay for play is the Clinton way”

        For the “what difference does it make” crowd, you can no longer credibly claim that Bill Clinton’s half million-dollar honorarium (as reported in the New York Times) for a speech in Russia was not tied to the decision that followed shortly thereafter to allow many of the same Russian actors to gain control of 20 percent of the U.S. uranium reserves.

        What can anyone on the left say, besides that this is the Clinton way? Anyone suffering under the delusion that they won’t be covered by the slime, ooze and corruption that envelops anyone associated with her is out to lunch.

        1. Pay to play is the Washington DC way.

          Some folks believed Trump would change this, their disappointment must sting and I commiserate with them.

          Meet the new swamp same as the old swamp, Cohen, Manafort and Podesta are all slimeball bloodsuckers.

        2. P2P, Seth Rich and Joseph Rago payed to play.

          Rich gave the DNC data to Wikileaks and Rago was hot on Hillary’s “Veropharm” trail.


          Joseph Rago –

          “Wall Street Journal Reporter Asks Russia For “Clinton Information” —-Turns Up DEAD 2 Days Later”

          “A Wall Street Journal Editor who was investigating how a Russian
          Pharmaceutical firm could have been purchased in 2014 by an American
          Pharmaceutical firm while Sanctions against Russia existed against such
          business transactions, has been found dead in his New York City
          apartment. The crux of the dead journalists investigation was how
          then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton influenced the transaction to be
          finalized, but only AFTER her husband Bill was paid $500,000 for giving
          a speech in Moscow.

          The Russia Consulate General’s office in New York City was contacted
          by Wall Street Journal reporter/editor Joseph Rago who requested a
          Thursday (20 July) in person interview with consular officials regarding
          an upcoming article he was preparing on Hillary Clinton and her links
          to Russia. Rago failed to attend the meeting and was later discovered
          dead in his apartment of as yet “unknown causes” just hours prior to
          this meeting occurring.”

  5. So JT you are telling us that President Trump helped draft Don Jr. response. I’m shocked!

    1. They lied? Nooooooooo……Say it ain’t true, that has to be a first.

      1. Of course he is going to help out with statement relating to his son even though it was a notingburger story. The real story is that the Russian attorney met with Fusion GPS right after Don Jr. meeting. Why no media fury or curiosity about that? But again no shock there either as today’s journalists tend to be lefties and more loyal to the resistance than professional curiosity and fair reporting.

        1. It is all somebody’s fault, NOT the dear leader’s, he would NEVER lie to the American people. WAKE UP. COVFEFE.

    2. Trump lies constantly.

      In other breaking news, a dog bit a man in the Bronx today and meteorologists fully expect the sun to set in the West.

      1. More breaking news–“Wild” Billie the kid hates Trump and will constantly criticize him but never give Trump credit for anything he does that is good for the country! Thus “Wild” Billie has no credibility!

        1. Good for the country? Are you a writer for the Onion web site?

      1. Lying is inconsequental when it comes to Trump and his minions. But damnable when it comes to the Clintons. Trumpery has no logic, so don’t expect any.

  6. In a Kligon Court, you are guilty until proven innocent.

    There we have it citizens. We have finally established the particulars of the crime. And now we come to the architect of this tragic affair.

  7. Now come on Turley. You put anything under a microscope for multiple years, which this has predictably become, and you can point to some pedantic errors.

    What’s your point? That this farce should have been taken this far in the first place?

    1. 1st, JT has his rubes, I mean base to work. 2nd. Some here have a alternate universe that they live in. 3rd. Everything was illegal from 09 till 17. Anything is legal from 17 till 20.

    2. SteveJ – don’t forget, JT has admitted to helping his kid write a paper in which the kid got a lower grade than he thought he should he receive. Parents help their children! Usually.

      1. So, assuming JT did as you say, was that a material fact that he misrepresented to a federal agent? Thanks, I’ll hang up and listen.

        this is to “dammit, Hannity didn’t tell me what to say now” paulie

        1. Marky Mark Mark – you didn’t read JT’s article? Or do you have someone read them to you?

  8. As if suddenly liberals had developed a moral spine and gave a whit about honesty. This is now but just 1.5 years ago, they embraced nay championed relativism ala Roe v Wade. Truth is and has always been the sole victim since Earl Warren SCOTUS terms and following

    You live by the sword and now you fall on that very sword. Clearly liberals are telling Americans that sword they fashioned hurts.

    LOL. Who cares? No one except those in their echo chamber

    tempus fugit.

    “Hillary’s New — Ever Lengthening — List of Lies”

    “She has no idea why many Americans think ‘Clintonian’ is another way of saying ‘dishonest.’
    I’ve suggested that Hillary Clinton’s new book, What Happened, would be more accurately titled Why I Should Have Won. But if you wanted to position it as a sequel to her earlier memoir, Living History, you could title it Rewriting History, because What Happened is a recycling bin full of evasions, misleading statements, and flat-out whoppers.

    The biggest lie is the one she has told many times before, on her notorious private email server: “As the FBI had confirmed, none of the emails I sent or received was marked as classified.” She has said this many times before and been called on it many times before. The verdict? “That’s not true,” said then–FBI director James Comey. “False,” said PolitiFact. The Washington Post’s strange fact-checking system initially gave her two Pinocchios, then decided to give her the full four.

    On top of the lie, Clinton is being misleading in a familiar Clintonian way, because the law doesn’t distinguish between information that is classified by its nature, despite not being marked as such, and information that is marked classified. “Even if information is not marked ‘classified’ in an email, participants who know or should know that the subject matter is classified are still obligated to protect it,” Comey said at his July 5, 2016, press conference. This means that Hillary caused classified information to be removed from secure channels more than 100 times. That’s supposed to be a felony if gross negligence is involved, and it certainly appeared to be in her case.”

    1. And I suggest you are a hypocritical liar, who hides behind the bodies of make-believe dead “children” because you miss the “good ole days” when women were chattel to be controlled by their closest male relative. Sorry Rip Van Winkle, those days are gone. Women now are in control of their own lives, and that includes their reproductive system. Pro tip: reruns of Little House on the Prairie are still available on cable. Google “cable” if that helps.

      this is to “Merica was better when old white guys ran everthing n everbody” rberson

    2. Rberson Translated:

      “I can’t defend Trump on this so let’s change topics to the Clintons and/or President Obama.”

  9. “Once again, these are continuing unforced errors produced by either a failure of attorney-client communications or a lack of due diligence”.

    Hey JT! Ever consider the possibility Trump is just a pathological liar. Not saying the lawyers may not have messed up. But maybe trump just lied to his attorneys? After all, while Americans are used to most politicians lying, we’ve never seen someone who can lie with the ease and regularity of trump. someone with no values or moral compass. and with little concern the ramifications of his lies on others.

    As this statement seems an admission of obstruction of justice for both trumpy and baby trumpy, jr it will be interesting the see the Sunday news show spin the liars will employ.

    The sun has again risen……trump will again lie.

    1. If only anyone believed liberals these days. Your ilk created Trump. Take a bow.
      Now swallow. That load will soothe your dark, black soul.

      Happy Sunday

      “The lie that is Hillary”

      Many of us remember the classic line from the “Seinfeld” show, that “it’s not a lie if you believe it.” Applying that theme to the evolution of Hillary Rodham, then Hillary Rodham Clinton, and now just plain Hillary Clinton, here are the notable accomplishments of her “public service” career:

      • Flunked the D.C. Bar Exam.

      • Was removed from her House Judiciary Committee staffer job because of incompetence and lying.

      • The Whitewater scandal.

      • Married a serial liar and cheater, who occasionally had sexual encounters with nonconsenting partners.

      • Lied about “sniper fire” in an attempt to simulate exposure to danger in a war zone.

      • The subject of a “vast right-wing conspiracy” that led to the impeachment and disbarment of her husband

      • Took crockery, furniture, artwork and other items from the White House — had to return and/or pay for them.

      • Said “what difference, at this point, does it make” about four brave people killed in Libya as a direct result of her failure to protect them on the anniversary of 9/11.

      • Totally ignored the structure and rules for the handling of sensitive national security information.

      • Amassed a personal fortune with “speaking fees” and payments from private sector political donors and foreign governments into transparent “foundations” in obvious exchange for future political favor.

      Two conclusions emerge from this nefarious list of “accomplishments”:

      First, Hillary’s brief solo “professional” career [without Bill] was a total failure, and of her own doing. This despite high-level political sponsorship to get her a key “entry level” job as a legal staffer on the Nixon Impeachment investigation in the early 1970s. But she flunked the D.C. Bar Exam [perhaps the easiest in those days] and got fired from her staff job.

      Second, she is identified today in friendly media solely by her “career” post-marriage to Bubba. This is the part that Barack Obama recently described as making her “probably the best qualified person ever to run for president.” This is both laughable and ironic, as she is better qualified than was Mr. Obama, arguably the most unqualified person ever elected president. And, as presidential aspirants go, they had one professional “qualification” in common: Neither had ever worked in a “real job.”

      After she and Bill left the White House [along with the furniture, crockery and art work they took with them] she simply punched her ticket with two more political gigs that were handed to her. Neither of which identify her as anything but an opportunist, saying and doing whatever necessary to perpetuate her “new” political career, this while biding her time until she could run for president — twice.

      Her time as a senator from New York was purely a block-checking exercise to stay “relevant.” Best illustrating this is the question: Why didn’t they go back to Arkansas? Easy, returning to Arkansas would have been the political — and financial — end for them and they knew it. It’s the same reason the Obamas are not returning to Chicago. And in this context, look for an “Obama Foundation” that rakes in money and a series of Hillary-style political appointments for Michelle — after all, she flunked the Bar Exam too.

      More than anything else, Hillary’s campaign is counting on the “newer” American voters to simply not remember her and Bill’s checkered political and legal past. Accordingly, we can expect a Republican campaign replay of the 1990s: Bill’s Impeachment, the Star investigation, Bill’s disbarment for lying, her Rose Law Firm partner going to jail — and on and on and on — as supplemented by her latest scandals: Benghazi, “speaking” fees and classified emails.

      So, is Hillary “really” qualified to be president, or is it just a lie she believes after so many years with “slick Willy” and a series of political jobs?

      Sadly, her flakey “qualifications” may not matter at all — because if she wins, it will likely be a repeat of the 1992 election debacle: Remember that Bill would never have been elected had it not been for the third party “spoiler” candidacy of H. Ross Perot, who took 20 million votes away from George H.W. Bush — literally giving the election away and beginning the Clinton protracted political soap opera we are still dealing with.

      Will it happen again? Will the latest rupture in the Republican Party work to elect “crooked Hillary,” the other half of the Clinton sleaze team? Will horny old Bill — again — be on “intern patrol” in the White House and “feeling our pain”?

      These are the “truthful” parts of the lie that have most of us saying: “is this really the best we can do?”.

      1. resorting to the Kellyanne pivot merely reveals your lack of intellectual rigor or cognitive ability. That hat looks good on you though.

        this is to “true, he’s an imbecile, but at least he’s an old white guy” casey

      2. Bill W Translated:

        “I can’t defend Trump on this so let’s change topics to the Clintons and/or President Obama.”

        Go back to drinking Bill, then you made more sense.

      3. Casey Translated:

        “I can’t defend Trump on this so let’s change topics to the Clintons and/or President Obama.”

  10. What happens to DJT Jr., now that Trump’s lawyers have contradicted DJT Jr.’s testimony to Congress re: the AF1 letter? Does the son of the President get a pass on what would normally be a federal offense?

    1. Open-dated pardons are stacking up, McConnell and Ryan will do nothing.

  11. Any and all critics of Trump are leftists. Isn’t it obvious?

    1. No, that’s just not so.

      Certainly George Will, Jonah Goldberg, Erick Ericson, Ben Sasse, Max Boot, Mona Charen and Jeff Flake aren’t.

      And millions more…

      1. wildbill99 – Jeffy Flake is a deep state RINO and could not raise enough money for his own re-election in Arizona. He used to be a conservative, however, he became McCain’s butt boy and that ruined him.

              1. wildbill99 – I found it hard to believe, too. He was my Congressman and I happily voted for him several times. Then he became a Senator and said he was going to take his lead from McCain (bad move). When he decided to run for re-election, he was running FB ads (like the Russians, to raise money). The comments from the people of Arizona were devastating. He could not raise the money to even come in third in a three-way primary for his own seat. So, he retired (for health reasons) at the end of his term. Now he wants to run against Trump as a Republican in 2020. Trump will eat little Jeffy alive.

      2. Certainly George Will, Jonah Goldberg, Erick Ericson, Ben Sasse, Max Boot, Mona Charen and Jeff Flake aren’t. And millions more…

        Trump’s approval ratings among Republicans are near the median of those of George W. Bush as assessed over the period running from 2001 to 2009. Dissatisfaction with the President among Republicans scarcely exceeds what you’d expect when you had a generic Republican in the White House. That little extra increment is your single best guess as to how large the popular ‘NeverTrump’ constituency really is. You are talking perhaps 4% of all self-declared Republicans, or a shade over 1% of the adult population. ‘Millions more’ as in ‘millions of people live in Utah’. About 37% of the eligible adult population regularly vote in elections, so the ‘NeverTrumpers’ who routinely cast ballots likely do not break the seven-digit threshold.

        That aside, who are you listing? George Will, Jonah Goldberg, Erick Ericson, Max Boot, and Mona Charen are all opinion journalists. Will was a congressional aide for a time (prior to 1973) and a college teacher (prior to 1970) and Charen worked in the PR apparat of the Reagan White House. That aside, they’re pretty much media lifers, and all (bar Erickson) are on foundation patronage or liberal billionaire patronage. Will’s principal places of employement are … the Bezos Birdcage Liner and MSDNC. He’s doesn’t need the money, but at this point in his life he wants a megaphone and these are thems who provide it. Boot works for the Council on Foreign Relations. Charen is employed at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. (She doesn’t have the chops to do serious social research; she’s a publicist). Goldberg works for National Review, another grant money vent pipe (which pays scandalous salaries to its principal editors). All of these people (bar Erickson) live and work in the New York – Washington corridor, What ordinary people who’ve read them have discovered in the last 3 years is that they don’t have any real rapport with Republican voters; they live in castles in the air.

        As for Jeff Flake, he’s what Samuel Francis used to deride as a ‘career conservative’. He had no other technae when he was elected to Congress. He’s leaving Congress for reasons of health: Republican primary voters in Arizona are sick of him, and if he’d stood as a candidate, he’d likely have finished 3d. As for Sasse, the rest of the Nebraska congressional delegation stuck a stiletto into him.

        1. Kindly alert the website when you’ve stumbled across the meaning of “relevance.” Thanks for playing and drive home safely.

          this is to “Respond to argument? Never; but I will throw out irrelevant crap ad nauseum” nutty sufferer

          1. Marky Mark Mark – you have never put forward an argument. This is why I worry about your clients.

            1. Again, you assume that I’m trying to convince any of you gullible rubes, dupes, and Klan-lite wannabbees of anything at all. I want you, your ilk, and your fellow travelers to stay just the way you are. Demographics is a bitch. So, fire up your keyboard and scream, shout, knash your teeth and pull out whatever hair you and the other oldsters have left. Your types put the country in mortal danger but we will still save you anyway. So sorry for your loss.

              this is to “but hannity says our team is WAY better” paulie

              1. Again, you assume that I’m trying to convince any of you gullible rubes,

                Kid, the pose is transparent. Just finish high school.

              2. Marky Mark Mark – the world is mine until at least 2032. You will still be taking the left-overs from the Federal Public Defenders and helping them get plea deals. If I were you, I would get a prescription for Xanax and settle in for the ride.

          2. Marky Mark, he’s making what Shelby Steele once called a ‘completely conventional argument’ (something to which Steele thought journalists disposed). ‘Everyone’ in this clique of journalists thinks this way, ergo… I’m pointing out that the clique in question are patronage recipients who represent only themselves. There are people who don’t want to deal with Trump for aesthetic reasons. There is no ‘NeverTrump’ strand of thought. There is no NeverTrump electoral constituency. The only NeverTrump institutions are small media properties. I don’t give a damn what Max Boot fancies is important. Max Boot is just Max Boot.

        2. Whether you like them or not they are all prominent Conservatives, considerably more prominent than you and I. Thus the statement “Any and all critics of Trump are leftists. Isn’t it obvious?” is clearly foolish.

          1. Whether you like them or not they are all prominent Conservatives,

            And they have no constituency but their patrons.

  12. The full quote: You have received all of the notes, communications and testimony indicating that the President dictated a short but accurate response to the New York Times article on behalf of his son, Donald Trump, Jr. His son then followed up by making a full public disclosure regarding the meeting, including his public testimony that there was nothing to the meeting and certainly no evidence of collusion.

    White House counsel obviously found no legal problems with those actions. Why is telling the truth now considered a blunder?

    1. Olly, It’s not about the wisdom or legality of the President dictating the statement but about the numerous White House denials of that fact.

      “Trump lawyers say he ‘dictated’ statement on Trump Tower meeting, contradicting past denials”

      Sekulow, ABC interview, 7/12/17: “The president didn’t sign off on anything. He was coming back from the G20. The statement that was released Saturday was released by Donald Trump Jr., I’m sure in consultation with his lawyers. The President wasn’t involved in that.”

      Sekulow, NBC interview, 7/16/17: “The President was not — did not — draft the response. The response came from Donald Trump Jr. and — I’m sure — in consultation with his lawyer. … Let me say this — but I do want to be clear — that the President was not involved in the drafting of the statement and did not issue the statement. It came from Donald Trump Jr.

      Sekulow, statement to the Washington Post, 7/31/17: “Apart from being of no consequence, the characterizations are misinformed, inaccurate, and not pertinent.”

      White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, daily press briefing, 8/1/17: “He certainly didn’t dictate, but he — like I said, he weighed in, offered suggestion like any father would do.””

        1. The denials were, speaking plainly, bald faced lies.
          As well as unnecessary, as well as stupid.

  13. He lied about a legal matter? Yeah, so what? He’s the president. The might and majesty of the presidency is at stake for even raising that issue: “”It remains our position that the president’s actions here, by virtue of his position as the chief law enforcement officer, could neither constitutionally nor legally constitute obstruction because that would amount to him obstructing himself, and that he could, if he wished, terminate the inquiry, or even exercise his power to pardon if he so desired,” writes President Trump’s former attorney John Dowd, who left the team in March.

    The leaked letter effectively reveals Trump’s trump card in the event Mueller proceeds with a subpoena.

    “We are reminded of our duty to protect the president and his office,” wrote the lawyers, who stressed that “Ensuring that the office remains sacred and above the fray of shifting political winds and gamesmanship is of critical importance.”

    The presidency is as far from sacred as Jeff Bezos is from being a good person. Jeesh, the crap we are told is both stunning in its menacity and hilarious!!!

    1. “He lied about a legal matter? Yeah, so what?”

      Tells us a lot about you. And it’s “mendacity”.

  14. Since well before he took over, Trump has practiced a ‘white noise’ approach to negotiating, delegating, administering, and overall treatment of his offices. This is an oft used approach by those who are big enough, protected enough, and lawyer rich enough. The ‘white noise’ approach employs lies, exaggeration, blame, and just about anything else, with the main tool, denial. From well before entering public life Trump masks any nefarious moves by maintaining a level of transgressions that are deniable, easily confused, and hopefully not worth the trouble to pursue. The first ingredient is ambiguity, which allows lies to be defended. The necessary lubricant is lack of verifiable proof or nothing but someone else’s word. The ‘redoubt’ defense of this approach is legal ‘paper’; you have to be able to keep stuff in legal limbo in order to burn out the other side, or to until you die of natural causes. Trump has the depth in money, practice, and support from those that illustrate that indeed, he could, ‘shoot someone on 5th avenue and get away with it’.

    Just like the static that was used to mask the irritating tapping of typewriter keys, Trump’s thousands of lies and other buffoonery has acclimated the population to this disgusting excuse for a leader. The boiling of the frog comes to mind. The real culprit is the illusion most Americans have that they are living in a democracy. Only in an oligarchy could the principle oligarch lie his way into office by promising to get rid of the oligarchs. As long as the system is bought and paid for it will remain polarized or neutralized, confusing and entertaining at the same time, and seemingly workable.

    1. Trump’s strategic mind was polished in the education he received at Trump university. It is serving him very well now in his period of mild discomfort brought about by, you know, the leftists. Why won’t they just let Trump be Trump. He deserves to be able to spend even more time than he already does with the son he fathered with that woman – Ms. Clifford, the one from Russher.

  15. I hate to do this, but, technically speaking, the letter from Dowd and Sekulow said “. . . indicating that the president dictated a short but accurate response . . .” There’s no indication that “. . . notes, communications and testimony indicating . . .” that the president dictated Trump Jr,’s statement is a material admission by Trump that Trump dictated Trump Jr.’s statement.

    The real problem is that the “short but accurate response” was not accurate at all.

  16. suddenly JT is concerned about credibility?

    2 words: Michael Avenatti

    make that 4: Michael Avenatti star pupil


    1. This AVenatti character is not the currently sitting President. Google “relevance” if that will help you get your mind around the concept. Pro tip: you’re not the first gullible rube to check in here with today’s Pravda Faux News talking points.

      this is to “I have a ‘Hannity was here’ tattoo across my lower back” timmie

    2. Professor Turley is responsible for the future actions of each of his students?

      What a stupid thing to say, Tim.

      When you sober up, you’ll be terribly embarrassed.

  17. It is better to impeach or otherwise unseat Mr Trump based on a single provable act of obstruction where reasonable people cannot disagree, than to act on the overall perception of mental incompetence and depravity where apparently reasonable people do disagree. Or do they? Does any reasonable person still support Mr Trump?

    1. Yup, and get this: he beat Shillary. 😘

      He or Pence any day of the week over anything or anyone the left wants

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