How is this dumb ass still breathing he is so dumb i'm surprised that he did not forget how

Sep 2018
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1,112
cleveland ohio
#1
The man is a great con artist but he isnt a good businessman or even smart, he a dumb cluck if there ever was one
How Trump signed a bill inadvertently giving Nancy Pelosi even more power to turn the screws on him


An appropriations bill he signed in September gives Congress a big boost in resources—which it can use to investigate the president.

When Democrats assume control of the House on January 3rd, they will have $129 million more to spend on staff than their predecessors in the 115th Congress did—money they can use to hire more personnel to, among other things, investigate the Trump administration.

Few people outside Congress know about this gift that Nancy Pelosi and company get to open next month—and even fewer are aware of the Washington Monthly’s role in making it happen. So, if you’ll permit a victory lap, here’s the story.


Four years ago, we published a cover story, titled “The Big Lobotomy,” which showed how today’s congressional gridlock and ineptitude can be traced to Newt Gingrich’s mid-‘90s revolution—in particular, his decision to radically reduce the number of congressional staffers and to centralized power in the leadership. Gingrich’s changes largely destroyed serious deliberation and oversight in Congress and led to an outsourcing of policy development to lobbyists and ideological think tanks. Congress lost its ability to think independently.

How Trump signed a bill inadvertently giving Nancy Pelosi even more power to turn the screws on him
 
Dec 2015
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Arizona
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One of the few things to love about DJT--his refusal to listen to his advisors. Fancy Nancy will use that money well.
 
Nov 2012
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Lebanon, TN
#4
The man is a great con artist but he isnt a good businessman or even smart, he a dumb cluck if there ever was one
How Trump signed a bill inadvertently giving Nancy Pelosi even more power to turn the screws on him


An appropriations bill he signed in September gives Congress a big boost in resources—which it can use to investigate the president.

When Democrats assume control of the House on January 3rd, they will have $129 million more to spend on staff than their predecessors in the 115th Congress did—money they can use to hire more personnel to, among other things, investigate the Trump administration.

Few people outside Congress know about this gift that Nancy Pelosi and company get to open next month—and even fewer are aware of the Washington Monthly’s role in making it happen. So, if you’ll permit a victory lap, here’s the story.


Four years ago, we published a cover story, titled “The Big Lobotomy,” which showed how today’s congressional gridlock and ineptitude can be traced to Newt Gingrich’s mid-‘90s revolution—in particular, his decision to radically reduce the number of congressional staffers and to centralized power in the leadership. Gingrich’s changes largely destroyed serious deliberation and oversight in Congress and led to an outsourcing of policy development to lobbyists and ideological think tanks. Congress lost its ability to think independently.

How Trump signed a bill inadvertently giving Nancy Pelosi even more power to turn the screws on him

That sounds like something an innocent man would do.

2 years of investigation, by DOJ, IC, Senate, House, and.. THEY HAVE FOUND NOTHING... except people that committed crimes while working for democrats. (Manafort and Gates)
 
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