Will Trump Leave the WH?

Mar 2019
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#72
Its exactly like fast and furious. Seriously, no matter how much you say its different, its the same from a legal perspective. The difference is how its being handled by the respective parties.


Justice department Fast and Furious investigation clears Eric Holder

No the two are not the same legally and i gave you the law that covers disclosure of the mueller report to justice committees and that law was not valid in the fast and furious probe.


BTW you forgot to say the republicans line of the day. "you are holding us in contempt too fast".

I heard that line 3 or 4 times today.
 
May 2019
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#73
No the two are not the same legally and i gave you the law that covers disclosure of the mueller report to justice committees and that law was not valid in the fast and furious probe.


BTW you forgot to say the republicans line of the day. "you are holding us in contempt too fast".

I heard that line 3 or 4 times today.
Tell you what. There is going to be two things come of Barr being held in contempt. Jack crap. That is it. Keep telling yourself something different. Its going to be just like fast and furious. Same result, just a different story line
 
Mar 2019
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#74
Tell you what. There is going to be two things come of Barr being held in contempt. Jack crap. That is it. Keep telling yourself something different. Its going to be just like fast and furious. Same result, just a different story line
You gots funny maths.

Since you are bringing the jack crap i will bring the cuffs for barr's lying ass.
 
Nov 2018
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#76
The only thing the Fast and Furious side discussion says about this general topic is that Trumpists and conservatives have an irresistible need for "whataboutism".
 
May 2019
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#77
There's a new theory in D.C. and it's spreading across the country. Is our current president so corrupt that he would refuse to leave the WH if he loses the 2020 presidential race?
There have been numerous contested elections in US history, including as recently as 2000, when the Supreme Court essentially called it for George W. Bush.
What there hasn't been is a sitting President who refused to accept the results. The so-called peaceful transfer of power is a key ingredient of the American political experiment.

President Donald Trump has signaled in the past few days that challenging the legitimacy of the 2020 election is the latest way he's prepared to break all precedent -- and stress-test but the Constitution and the country.
The concerns are real enough that one former National Security Council lawyer wrote for CNN in February that lawmakers should start asking Pentagon officials to swear they will respect the election winner on January 21, 2021, even if that person is not Trump.

Most of us understand that there's NEVER been someone like Donald J Trump in the White House---someone who would need to be evicted from the WH because he MIGHT claim the election was "rigged". After all, it's ONE OF his favorite mind-sets. Trump lied repeatedly about the 2016 win and again in 2018. It's a disturbing pattern.

This is the same president who famously claimed he had actually won a popular vote victory in 2016 (he lost by more than 2 percent of the vote, which isn’t all that close) that was stolen from him by “millions of illegal votes” cast for Hillary Clinton. Indeed, this claim led to his appointment of the infamous Presidential Commission on Election Integrity, led by the nativist vote-suppression hero Kris Kobach, which collapsed in disarray without producing any new evidence of the president’s lurid scenario.
Back in 2016, at a presidential debate with Hillary Clinton just before Election Day, he would not commit to respecting the results.

Now he's President and he's already laid the groundwork for arguing a loss is not fair to him. This question - whether Trump will accept the results, is going to come up again, for sure.
He's in the White House and in control of the US military and the country's national security apparatus. Those organizations should honor their oath to uphold the Constitution, but if Trump were to reject the results, it would certainly create chaos and set up a historic strain on the US government.
Can Trump be forced to accept a 2020 loss? - CNNPolitics
You leftists never leave looney tunes land for a minute, do you?
 
Feb 2007
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#78
Well, maybe Trump will simply misplace his keys when he does leave the White House, before the next election, and there is no locksmith in DC that will help him get back in.

One can only hope.

;)
 
Nov 2012
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#79
Lets be perfectly clear in that he has already spoken of such and spoken desires to change the rules so he can stay more than two terms.

Let's get real people and ask why would he leave? He turned all his opponents into greedy cucks that cower in the corner and his allies constantly lick his boots.

Who would make him leave? The people who claimed they would do their job when they got the house? You? It does not look that way at all.
Please link the quote of this statement.....

It was Democrats proposing a president stay in office to prevent the successor to take office.

Can President Obama Stop Donald Trump From Being President? Martial Law, Faithless Electors, Executive Power Could Block Election Results
 
Dec 2013
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#80
Why is this not in the "Conspiracy theory" section of the forum? This is some real ridiculous stuff here. I have seen more valid topics get shifted to that section in the past.

The same reason that the hundreds of MUH RUSSIA threads were not