How do you Like The Donald Now?

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If you voted for The Donald and you are not regretting that decision yet, I’m certain you will shortly. After a little more than 100 days, The Donald has engaged in more treasonous activity than any president in American history. According to yesterday’s breaking news, he gave the Russians “code word” intel. ‘Code word’ classifies the most secret of information.

Republicans are ecstatic with Trump, because he is accomplishing all of their dreams. He has tried to take away your daughter’s healthcare as well as her Big Bird and her after school programs. As per yesterday’s article, he is also torching all of those government agencies that republicans have labeled a ‘fat waste of money’ for decades. Arts & humanities, ‘meals on wheels’, environmental regulations, public broadcasting, low income housing and more than 50 other programs have been axed by our president.

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Ironically, Trump, who has become the celebrity he is, because of his alleged massive wealth, is stripping away government benefits from American citizens. Perhaps, he would think twice of stealing your healthcare if he came from a less affluent lifestyle. Disgusting!

In one week, The Donald fired the head of the FBI because, according to him, he refused to pledge loyalty. Oh yeah, the FBI is currently investigating charges that The Donald and Russia conspired to manipulate the American election process.

According to a story last week, Trump made $100 million from Russia. Despite insisting that he has no business ties with Russia.

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According to a Washington Post article, he spilled confidential intel to the Russians. Intel, not even given to our closest allies. I heard one excuse, that The Donald didn’t know the information was confidential. I’d believe that. Though, if true, it does not make it any better. Is our president a stuttering imbecile, unable to differentiate confidential and non-confidential intel?

The Donald successfully convinced voters that he was different. His charm was that he was unlike any president. I think everyone could agree, one hundred days into this, as Republican Senator Corker calls it, “downward spiral”, The Hill, that he is unlike any previous president.

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Ask any of his most loyal supporters, what has he done that makes you proud. They might scratch their heads for a few minutes, but eventually they will reply something about his Supreme Court Justice nomination. Sure, that is a great republican victory, but I wouldn’t credit the president for that. After all, the entire government is republican. Mike Tyson could have been nominated just as easily.

This particular White House meeting between Donald Trump and Russian diplomats has been making headlines ever since it occurred last week. Astonishingly, for the first time in American history the American press was banned. Now we know why. Apparently, Donald Trump wanted to relay this confidential information to the Russians, without anyone knowing.

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We won’t know the extent of the damage our president has inflicted on our country for a while. Which ever nation gave America the information he blurted to the Russians, will not help us again. That is one less source of intel we will get, regarding crucial ISIS activity.

To the children of the unfortunate victims of the next ISIS terrorism attack, your parents might still be with us, if not for Donald’s loose lips.

Those children will blame Donald Trump for their parent’s death. Who will those children blame more though? Donald Trump, or the suckers that voted him in?

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Jordan has always been a writer. He has written several novels available on Amazon.com, and he used to write his own column in "The National Enquirer". While Jordan lived in Japan for two years, he was a childhood television star. He was sort of a big deal. In a volunteer position, Jordan teaches adults how to read.


26 Comments

  1. Most people in America… if they woke from a nightmare and found that they were now Trump, would kill themselves! He is the most vile, disgusting, and HATED man on Earth, except by authoritarian DICTATORS, who Trump is giving our secrets to!

    The Fuhrer is an incestuous pedophile, pussy grabbing serial rapist, bigoted misogynist pig, fascist traitor, mentally ill pathological liar, and ignorant paranoid hate monger.

    The ignorant white trash who support him, do so because except for being poor, they are just like him!

    https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=423228178052211&id=100010950964429

    Pervert in chief?
    https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=412036199171409&id=100010950964429

  2. I didn’t like him before he ran in the election & definitely not during the election & now OMG !WHAT HAS HIS VOTERS UNLEASHED ON OUR COUNTRY?

  3. Still authoritarian? Check
    Still Racist? Check
    Still a religious bigotry? Check
    Still hate poor people (of color?) Check
    Still obnoxious? Check

    Trump supporters are good

  4. HIS supporters are showing that they were, they are still are unethical, uninformed, ignorant DEPLORABLES. They entered into “The Donald Trump Cult” they would drink his koolaid, they would pour it down their own parents and their own children’s throats. It is a positive thing to have them exposed, NOW we know WHO THEY ARE. They may be our neighbors, people at work, people at church but NOW we know exactly WHO they are and we won’t forget.

  5. Impeachment is the process by which a legislative body formally levels charges against a high official of Government. Impeachment does not necessarily mean removal from office; it is only a formal statement of charges, akin to an indictment in criminal law, and is thus only the first step towards removal. Once an individual is impeached, he or she must then face the possibility of conviction via legislative vote, which then entails the removal of the individual from office.

    Because impeachment and conviction of officials involves an overturning of the normal Constitutional procedures by which individuals achieve high office (election, ratification, or appointment) and because it generally requires a supermajority, it is usually only reserved for those deemed to have committed serious abuses of their office. In the United States, for example, impeachment at the Federal level is reserved for those who may have committed “high crimes and misdemeanors”. Several Federal officials, including two Presidents (Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, who were both acquitted) and several judges, have been impeached over the course of US history. US President Richard Nixon resigned before Watergate scandal impeachment proceedings could begin.

    The federal procedure in the United States involves a vote for impeachment in the House of Representatives on a document known as the Article of Impeachment. Each separate grounds will be a separate Article. House members who support the impeachment then appoint managers who will act like prosecutors in the preparation for the Senate hearing. The hearing for removal is conducted in the Senate and in the case of the impeachment of a President, the Chief Justice of the United States presides over the proceedings (otherwise the Vice-president presides) which are conducted as a trial with witnesses being heard under oath or affirmation. The defendant has the right to legal counsel, the right to cross-examine all witnesses and to testify in his or her defense. The senators must also take an oath or affirmation that they will perform their duties honestly and with due diligence. The hearing cannot be conducted without a 50% plus one quorum. After the hearing the deliberations are held in private. Removal requires a two-thirds majority of the Senate.

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