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Old May 4th, 2018, 01:56 PM   #61
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Itís all less than what the Clintons did.
Total fabrication. Fake news. Alternative facts. That's all you got.

One hummer vs all the lies, lawsuits, cheated contractors, cheated students, cheated wives and cheated citizens.
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Total fabrication. Fake news. Alternative facts. That's all you got.

One hummer vs all the lies, lawsuits, cheated contractors, cheated students, cheated wives and cheated citizens.
Wow, deflection. Did Trump break any campaign laws? Speculation...is that all you got? Last I heard, conjecture doesn't cut it.
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The question is WHY? Why has Rudy suddenly decided to be forthcoming? I don't think he knows WHAT Mueller has--he's just guessing Mueller has the dirt.
OR is Cohen about to flip and Rudy is anticipating fall-out? The comment "obviously increases the president's exposure to potential campaign finance violations, but it also makes him look terrible."

OR maybe Rudy is out of his depth? It certainly wouldn't be the first time Trump's choice of advisors was disastrous.
It's one of those Scylla and Charybdis dilemmas.
If Cohen made the payment, it's probably an illegal campaign contribution, if he was reimbursed by the campaign, it's illegal use of campaign funds, the only way the payment is legal,is if the money comes from Trump, who has already denied knowing anything about it.
Poor Rudy, went with the payment was legal, Trump just lies about fucking Porn Stars.
Figuring that if Trump's own lawyer calls him a liar, it's better than admitting a crime.
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Wow, deflection. Did Trump break any campaign laws? Speculation...is that all you got? Last I heard, conjecture doesn't cut it.


It has yet to be determined IF Trump broke campaign laws, but here's how the experts see it.
If Trump knew that Cohen had loaned $130,000 for something that could help the campaign ó even if Trump didn't reimburse Cohen with campaign funds ó the campaign would have had to report the payment, and the reimbursement to Cohen from Trump, on its Federal Election Commission reports--which it did not do.
That could open the door for prosecutors to attempt to prove that Trump "knowingly and willfully" prompted his campaign committee to file incomplete disclosures with the FEC.
Before Rudy opened his big TRAP it was sheer speculation. NOW....??? Trump would potentially be on the hook personally if he knowingly and willfully accepted that loan and the campaign didn't report it.
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It has yet to be determined IF Trump broke campaign laws, but here's how the experts see it.
If Trump knew that Cohen had loaned $130,000 for something that could help the campaign — even if Trump didn't reimburse Cohen with campaign funds — the campaign would have had to report the payment, and the reimbursement to Cohen from Trump, on its Federal Election Commission reports--which it did not do.
That could open the door for prosecutors to attempt to prove that Trump "knowingly and willfully" prompted his campaign committee to file incomplete disclosures with the FEC.
Before Rudy opened his big TRAP it was sheer speculation. NOW....??? Trump would potentially be on the hook personally if he knowingly and willfully accepted that loan and the campaign didn't report it.

I think, in fairness to the fat weirdo and his crooked sidekicks, that the campaign was such an amateur shambles that none of them knew anything about it.
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Trump was paying Cohen a $35,000 per month retainer.....Cohen paid the skank $130,000 to keep her yap shut...Cohen was reimbursed from the retainer pool... Case closed...!!!

Only question remaining is if the skank got paid $130,000 to keep her yap shut, and obviously she did renig on the deal, why ain't Trump suing the skank for breach??
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Remember this payment to Stormy Daniels that the Republican President first said that he knew nothing about, then said it was just a little thing that Cohen handled all by himself.

Well, his new high powered lawyer seems to have a different take on it. Giuliani says Trump paid Cohen back.

Come on Trumpanzees, start defending.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/02/polit...mey/index.html
So what, no one really cares, except for some old biddies on this site, Pelosi, and you.
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Total fabrication. Fake news. Alternative facts. That's all you got.

One hummer vs all the lies, lawsuits, cheated contractors, cheated students, cheated wives and cheated citizens.
Wait, what?

Poor lil justin lives in an alternative reality
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It has yet to be determined IF Trump broke campaign laws, but here's how the experts see it.
If Trump knew that Cohen had loaned $130,000 for something that could help the campaign ó even if Trump didn't reimburse Cohen with campaign funds ó the campaign would have had to report the payment, and the reimbursement to Cohen from Trump, on its Federal Election Commission reports--which it did not do.
That could open the door for prosecutors to attempt to prove that Trump "knowingly and willfully" prompted his campaign committee to file incomplete disclosures with the FEC.
Before Rudy opened his big TRAP it was sheer speculation. NOW....??? Trump would potentially be on the hook personally if he knowingly and willfully accepted that loan and the campaign didn't report it.
What does this have to do w/ russia?
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