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108197 No. 108197 ID: 192d20
Reality TV clown is president, post your feels
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>> No. 108199 ID: 9dcda2
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Ivanka's hot.
>> No. 108200 ID: d4c8ee
Mark Hamill has been reading quotes from the Pissident in his Joker voice.
>> No. 108202 ID: cdc490
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I like our next Sec. Def.
We don't have to worry about war with Russia.
I would've been just as disappointed watching Clinton's inauguration.
Jindal isn't that old.
>> No. 108203 ID: ad8094
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When you fuck up SO bad... you get replaced by a Reality TV star.
>> No. 108204 ID: eb15e9
I actually didn't think so until I heard her talk.

Something about a confident woman, man.
>> No. 108205 ID: 95e359
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Inauguration felt like a fucking church service.
All in all, pretty uneventful.
And then some cuck screamed his/her little head off.
Also lol@riots.
Mike Pence and Betsy DeVos are the only people really concerning me at this point.
>> No. 108207 ID: cce514
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Crowd count is in, only around 250,000, a quarter of Obama's second inauguration. (and a eighth of the first)

Low energy inauguration! Couldn't even get a Springsteen cover band! Sad!
>> No. 108210 ID: cce514
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>I've got the music for the masses, the pounding drums of slavery!

>The very first executive action by the new Trump administration wasn't a sweeping order on immigration, trade or health care — but rather to block a President Obama action that would have reduced the cost of mortgages for millions of home buyers.

>In the first hour of Trump's presidency, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development sent a letter to lenders, real estate brokers and closing agents suspending the 0.25 percentage point premium rate cut for Federal Housing Administration-backed loans.

>That cut would have saved home buyers about $29 a month on a $200,000 mortgage.
>> No. 108211 ID: 45e3a1
  just posting this...
>> No. 108212 ID: cdc490
Fuck! I waited too long! Should've closed on that pre-fab in Henderson. FUCKING FUCK!
>> No. 108213 ID: d4c8ee
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In his defense, Trump's supporters would have had to travel much further to attend, as Moscow is a 10 hour flight from DC.
>> No. 108214 ID: cdc490
I know you're joking, but distance probably has something to do with it. Of course Obama's inauguration was going to be well attended in a majority black city. It's a given.
>> No. 108215 ID: 4a23fd
>Not Ajo, AZ

excuse me but wtf r u doin
>> No. 108216 ID: ae1f02
Now you won't have the money to buy those weekly tendies :(
>> No. 108219 ID: b70387
  Trump Calls Obama On The Eve Of His Inauguration
>> No. 108220 ID: 028b36
In his defense, Trump's supporters would have had to take time off work to attend
>> No. 108221 ID: cce514
Collecting a social security/disability check isn't work.
>> No. 108224 ID: 649f2c
there was never any viable alternative. initially people liked trump because bush was the alternative. later on cruz was the alternative and then it was hillary. bush was certain disaster, cruz was an even bigger joke than trump and nobody ever wanted hillary, didn't she learn anything when she lost to a nigger in 2008?
>> No. 108227 ID: d4c8ee
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>> No. 108236 ID: cce514
  holy lol
>> No. 108238 ID: b70387
After an hour and 33 minutes of empty nothingness...
>> No. 108239 ID: 71ae68
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But it was her turn now, it was her turn!!!!! Trump cut in line!!!!!!!! !##P#J{H#O%@

I still think its funny she barely beat a freaking Socialist when socialist is practically a curse word in America. Only beat him because she controlled the DNC and made sure they did every goddamn thing they could to cripple Bernie's campaign.

Ehh whatever, this whole things sucks ass but on the bright side the First Daughter is atleast nice to look at, her and First Lady both. Ivanka I'd love to motorboat and if her and Melania made out it wouldn't be incest, just hot.
>> No. 108243 ID: 9723b1
>mods letting the site be infected by hillaryites
At least they delete those who insult RaceTraitor.

Why the hell did you report me over some lighthearted jokes in /n/? Thin skinned asshole...

>crowd count by fake news is credible
These are the same people who guaranteed Trump had less than 1% chance at victory.

He called you lazy bums on welfare... and then you called him a lazy bum on welfare. I don't think you know how insults work man, "nuh uh you are" only works until grade 1.
>> No. 108246 ID: b70387
>Why the hell did you report me over some lighthearted jokes in /n/? Thin skinned asshole...
He didn't.
>> No. 108247 ID: f6bcd1
>i worship vagniggers

trump is going to make anime real and burn over 6billion of you ntggers
>> No. 108248 ID: cce514
>calls people thin skinned while throwing tantrum over being banned

Low energy! Sad!

Neo-nazi, sorry, "moderate Russian-supported alt-right activist" gets a alt-elbow.
>> No. 108250 ID: cdc490
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I didn't report you, 9723b1. Senseless is going to town like Wyatt Earp.


Think of how many competent democrats could've beaten her in popularity. Kerry, Sanders, Warren, Durbin, hell! even Biden! The party establishment just insisted on going with the one even democrats can't stand.
>> No. 108254 ID: cce514

>Mr. Spicer said that Mr. Trump had drawn “the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration,” a statement that photographs clearly show to be false. Mr. Spicer said photographs of the inaugural ceremonies were deliberately framed “to minimize the enormous support that had gathered on the National Mall,” although he provided no proof of either assertion.

>Photographs of Barack Obama’s first inauguration in 2009 and of Mr. Trump’s plainly showed that the crowd on Friday was significantly smaller, but Mr. Spicer attributed that disparity to new white ground coverings he said had caused empty areas to stand out and to security measures that had blocked people from entering the Mall.

(The white ground coverings were used for Obama's second inauguration from what I've been able to find)

>And he incorrectly claimed that ridership on Washington’s subway system was higher than on Inauguration Day in 2013. In reality, there were 782,000 riders that year, compared with 571,000 riders this year, according to figures from the Washington-area transit authority.

>Mr. Spicer also said that security measures had been extended farther down the National Mall this year, preventing “hundreds of thousands of people” from viewing the ceremony. But the Secret Service said the measures were largely unchanged this year, and there were few reports of long lines or delays.

>Commentary about the size of his inauguration crowd made Mr. Trump increasingly angry on Friday, according to several people familiar with his thinking.
>> No. 108257 ID: 71ae68
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>Think of how many competent democrats could've beaten her in popularity

I fucking know man, it boggles my goggles what a shit showing they pulled. Though I think the problem was the DNC had become Hillary's personal machine, the leader chick was her former campaign manager and she apparently had alot of her people in there. It was Hillary and no one else. Hence their treatment of Sanders.

Say what you will about the Republicans but Trump got top billing not because he owned the party (quite the opposite) but because he was the best candidate out of the crowd (which shows how bad the rest were).
>> No. 108259 ID: b430d1
the white house is literally filled with hooker urine at this very moment, like its a giant piss aquarium or something. trump is swimming around with a boner.
anyone who doesn't believe me is fake news
>> No. 108260 ID: c11034
>Rand Paul

Re-watch the debates. He was the only guy who managed to not sound like an idiot or a psycho.
>> No. 108266 ID: 52ed6e
>according to several people familiar with his thinking
So they don't actually know him or heard anything from anyone who interacted with him, they're just making it up.
>> No. 108267 ID: d4c8ee
It's entirely within his character to throw a tantrum because people are pointing out that he didn't have the biggest, bestest inauguration.

I mean remember when he was all furious over the tiny hands stuff? This is going to be the first president who needs trigger warnings on his briefings.
>> No. 108269 ID: cce514
>Marcel Altenburg and Keith Still, crowd scientists at Manchester Metropolitan University in Britain, analyzed photographs and video taken of the National Mall and vicinity and estimated that there were about 160,000 people in those areas in the hour leading up to Mr. Trump’s speech Friday.

>They estimated that at least 470,000 people were at the women’s march in Washington in the areas on and near the mall at about 2 p.m. Saturday.

>The estimates are not comprehensive counts and were necessarily limited by the availability of photographs and video that covered the areas of interest. But their estimate was in line with one given by a city official who said that march participation likely surpassed half a million, according to The Associated Press.

>A Metro official said that more than a million rail trips were taken Saturday, the second-highest day in its history after Barack Obama's first inauguration in 2009. More than 570,000 rail trips were taken on Friday.

>The scientists had better images for the analysis of Mr. Trump’s inauguration crowd, which was concentrated on the mall. But the women’s march was more sprawling and fluid, so the actual number of people at the women’s march could be larger.
>> No. 108270 ID: cce514
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Official portrait still hasn't been released btw.
>> No. 108273 ID: f11f4d
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Spoiler: He's providing easy bait to the mainstream press, so they spend their time on pointless and silly attacks and end up looking like petty fools for it. His reputation can't really get worse than it ever was, but he's taken a torch to the media's reputation.
Meanwhile, he is moving rapidly on other shit like the TPP, Obamacare, the border, and other things that actually matter. He has demonstrated multiple times that he loves to misdirect the press, so be careful about buying their scandal of the day narrative.
>> No. 108274 ID: d4c8ee
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Ah yes, the "I was only pretending to be retarded" gambit.
>> No. 108275 ID: cdc490
Don't count it out. Remember the last Republican president? People joked and ridiculed and scorned him for being an ill-spoken, unintelligent doofus. The whole country knew that he was just retarded as fuck. The poor idiot had a gaff every time he got in front of a camera. And what did that bumbling imbecile do? Get almost everything on his agenda passed for eight fucking years. The moron.
>> No. 108276 ID: 71ae68
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Randy never had a chance just because of family baggage, same as Jeb. Ron Paul was considered by many to be a flipping psycho, you can decide for yourself if that description is accurate, a Randian libertarian that wants to completely gut the government, the military, national parks, and public works and services.

He was dogged by racism scandals including a newsletter that had his name and articles apparently written by him but may or may not have had his approval and receiving money from white supremacists without repudiating them. Plus he wasn't even consistent, was totally against big gubmint except when it came to his religious beliefs and earmarking billions for his district.

Rand was seen as more of the same though more right wing on social issues. His very name was a reminder of his Ayn Rand inspired policies despite his daddy saying he wasn't named after Ayn. That would be like me, a known Star Wars fan, naming my son Darth but saying it totally wasn't anything related to Star Wars but actually stands for Darthanial.

Jeb Bush was just another Bush and shaving Bush's is in vogue now.
>> No. 108277 ID: d4c8ee
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Difference is that GWB went to Yale and Harvard, getting a BA in History and a MBA in econ respectively. By all accounts he's pretty well read and would allegedly have contests with Karl Rove to see who could read the most books every year.

Trump went to Wharton for "real estate studies" with a BS in econ while minoring in "dodging the draft." He might as well have majored in underwater basket weaving.
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RaceMixer and the operator in >>108273 have eyes on. There's definitely been a lot of important dotted lines that have been signed over this weekend.

President Donald Trump signs first bill into law

Trump Issues Executive Order Scaling Back Parts of Obamacare

On First Day, Trump Signs Health Care Executive Order

DAY ONE: Trump signed a stack of executive orders moments after he became president

Trump Reverses Obama's Mortgage Fee Cuts on First Day
>> No. 108279 ID: e266a3
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"Thanks, Obama!"
>> No. 108280 ID: e266a3
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Also, in an aside, the CCW holder who shot the blackhooder at the University of Washington MILO event ended up being released by police.


It would be a yuge waste of tax dollars, but imagine everybody getting unblockable shitposts from a national Trump mobile app even if they didn't have twitter.
>> No. 108281 ID: d4c8ee
From back when Republicans were whining about "Obama banning free speech":
>HR 347 did not technically make it "illegal to protest anywhere the Secret Service is present," as a law to that effect had already been in place for over forty years. The primary differences between the previously existing law and the updated version enacted by HR 347 were:

>The old law made it a federal offense to "willfully and knowingly" enter restricted buildings or grounds, now the law only specifies that one must "knowingly" enter such a space to be in violation of the law.

>The updated version specifically defines the phrase "restricted buildings or grounds" to include "the White House or its grounds, or the Vice President's official residence or its grounds."

As far as I've been able to find, it's never actually been used.
>> No. 108282 ID: ae1f02
It makes sense for a guy who wants to do real estate to go to a university that teaches it, especially at the highest rated one on earth.

As for the draft dodging apparently he had a high lotto number which is why he didn't go, it's the same reason my father got to skip vietnam. Of course Trump did talk about bone spurs but that might just be the dementia taking him.
>> No. 108283 ID: 9723b1
>saying you want to masturbate to someones wife is the same as being banned off the website for days
Nice false equivalence.

I thought Soros was Hungarian...

Well sorry, and fuck senseless then.

Twitter time isn't the actual taking of the pic, just when it was posted.

The actual picture was taken in 11:04, ceremony officially started 11:40, while the main event (swear in) happened on 12:08. So this picture is more than a full hour before the actual thing people came to see.

The media did this during the primaries as well, they kept showing Trump rallies 2-3 hours before kickoff.
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>> No. 108288 ID: cce514
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Actually you should have been banned permanently. I've yet to see you post anything of value.

>The actual picture was taken in 11:04, ceremony officially started 11:40, while the main event (swear in) happened on 12:08. So this picture is more than a full hour before the actual thing people came to see.

Nothing stopping you from posting photos from later.
>> No. 108289 ID: f11f4d
And nothing is stopping you from using google.
Fuck, here's something from CNN you lazy fuck.
>> No. 108290 ID: 22c903
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pic related. The pictures being shown around on the FAKE NEWS networks are taken from BEFORE the fucking event started.
>> No. 108291 ID: d4c8ee
>using a low angle to make it look more crowded
>> No. 108293 ID: cce514
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"I am literally shaking right now at these tweets" -Donald J. Trump
>Mr. Trump grew increasingly angry on Inauguration Day after reading a series of Twitter messages pointing out that the size of his inaugural crowd did not rival that of Mr. Obama’s in 2009. But he spent his Friday night in a whirlwind of celebration and affirmation. When he awoke on Saturday morning, after his first night in the Executive Mansion, the glow was gone, several people close to him said, and the new president was filled anew with a sense of injury.

>One person who frequently talks to Trump said aides have to push back privately against his worst impulses in the White House, like the news conference idea, and have to control information that may infuriate him. He gets bored and likes to watch TV, this person said, so it is important to minimize that.

>Several people who are close to Trump were aghast by the briefing. "It's surreal. We finally have the White House, and it's this," one GOP strategist close to Trump's top aides said.
>> No. 108294 ID: 19ede3
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>ny times
thats some of the fakest news out there
>> No. 108298 ID: b70387
The ban you got with the IP you used to ban-evade with doesn't end for another nine hours.
>> No. 108300 ID: 9723b1
You clicked [delete all] next to the screenshot I took of your crappy decision, so no one can even see that.

By the way I still have the screenshot...
>> No. 108301 ID: 9723b1
Oh, oh hold on. I have unwarranted self importance too.
>> No. 108303 ID: b70387
Go ahead and post it. I kind of regretted not saving it, after I deleted your posts.

Is your problem with me or the entire concept of chan moderation?
>> No. 108304 ID: f11f4d
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I can't speak for him but there were no actual problems before you decided that there needed to be bans for the sake of bans. All this tiny place needs is the occasional spam cleanup.
It is amazing to me that your head is so far up your own ass that you haven't understood that the sole thing you've accomplished is creating more fucking drama.
>> No. 108306 ID: 2c478d
>autistic screeching
lmao u mad asf over a hours long ban on a site that gets two posts a day
>> No. 108307 ID: b86cd3
"It's fake! It's fake!" sobs the Trump supporter, "libcuckslaves.info says you're wrong!"
>> No. 108308 ID: 9723b1
My problem is that because you're an autistic sociopath you didn't understand a joke between me and another user, and you pushed the ban button.

By the way I've been banned before, when I deserved it. Do you see me complaining about other mods? I've never been banned for making jokes, when it comes to understanding context and humor you are below every single moderator on this website.

If you think this makes you undeserving of criticism, you're a narcissist on top of being an autistic sociopath.
>> No. 108310 ID: b70387
You guys will get tired of bitching at some point.

Then it was a shitty joke.
>> No. 108311 ID: cce514
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>On Monday, the paperwork was filed with the federal government declaring officially that Jan. 20, 2017 — the day of Trump's inauguration — would officially be known as the “National Day of Patriotic Devotion.”

>“Now, therefore, I, Donald J. Trump, president of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim Jan. 20, 2017, as National Day of Patriotic Devotion, in order to strengthen our bonds to each other and to our country — and to renew the duties of government to the people,” the order says.
>> No. 108312 ID: cce514
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>> No. 108313 ID: 71ae68
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I don't use social media, therefore I am completely and 100 percent sane.

Logic mothafuckas.
>> No. 108314 ID: 74d499
It depends on the type of social media, but if we're talking about larger social media where your posts are visible to millions of people... the only way to use this in a constructive manner is for businesses. In terms of private users, only dumb or insane people would create accounts there. Worse yet, the crazies and retards use these platforms to organize and do serious damage to society.

Afraid your demands for white genocide will be met with a padded cell?
>> No. 108316 ID: b70387
  Triumph Attends Trump’s Inauguration
>> No. 108320 ID: 649f2c
The documents Trump has been signing so far have been so simple that anyone with a slight familiarity with legalese can read them & understand them in a couple minutes, here is fell text of the the healthcare on http://cnn.com/2017/01/20/politics/trump-obamacare-executive-order/
These things are so brief that editing them is no big deal so I rewrote the healthcare one, took a minute or two.
MINIMIZING THE ECONOMIC BURDEN OF GUN CONTROL By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows: Section 1. It is the policy of my Administration That 2nd Amendment guarantees that all guns are as legal speech is free, it is imperative for the executive branch to ensure that the law is being efficiently implemented, take all actions consistent with law to minimize the unwarranted economic and regulatory burdens, and prepare to afford the States less flexibility and control to create a more free and open market. Sec. 2. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Secretary of the Treasury (Secretary) and the heads of all other executive departments and agencies (agencies) with authorities and responsibilities shall exercise all authority and discretion available to them to waive, defer, grant exemptions from, or delay the implementation of any provision or requirement that would impose a fiscal or regulatory burden on individuals. Sec. 3. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Secretary and the heads of all other executive departments and agencies with authorities and responsibilities, shall exercise all authority and discretion available to them to provide lesser flexibility to States and cooperate with them in ending gun control programs. Sec. 4. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the head of each department or agency shall encourage the development of a free and open market in interstate commerce for the offering of guns, with the goal of achieving and preserving maximum options for consumers. Sec. 5. To the extent that carrying out the directives in this order would require revision of regulations issued through notice-and-comment rulemaking, the heads of agencies shall comply with the Administrative Procedure Act and other 2 applicable statutes in considering or promulgating such regulatory revisions. Sec. 6. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect: (i) the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or (ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals. (b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations. (c) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person. DONALD J. TRUMP THE WHITE HOUSE, January 20, 2017.

maybe he sign something like this soon?
>> No. 108322 ID: cce514
  Don't call it a grave, it's the future you chose.

>Four more journalists have been charged with felonies after being arrested while covering the unrest around Donald Trump’s inauguration, meaning that at least six media workers are facing up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine if convicted.

>A documentary producer, a photojournalist, a live-streamer and a freelance reporter were each charged with the most serious level of offense under Washington DC’s law against rioting, after being caught up in the police action against demonstrators.

>The Guardian learned of their arrests after reporting on Monday that the journalists Evan Engel of Vocativ and Alex Rubinstein of RT America had also been arrested and charged with felonies while covering the same unrest on Friday morning.

>All six were arraigned in superior court on Saturday and released to await further hearings in February and March, according to court filings. The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said late on Tuesday that charges against journalists who were covering the protests should be dropped.

>“These charges are clearly inappropriate, and we are concerned that they could send a chilling message to journalists covering future protests,” said Carlos Lauría, the CPJ’s senior Americas program coordinator. “We call on authorities in Washington to drop these charges immediately.”
>> No. 108325 ID: e266a3
While it works both ways, a good reminder to Dems that you don't set up bullshit that you wouldn't want the Reps to have.
>> No. 108327 ID: d4c8ee
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Alt-Freedom™, brought to you by the Trump Organization™.
>> No. 108328 ID: cdc880
>this boot on my neck is okay because I voted for it
>> No. 108329 ID: f9b63c
Right now there are two theories on what happened:
>media companies claim some black flag members work for them as journalists so they can scream
- or -
>"journalist" joins black flag. Attacks cop. Gets arrested.

In both cases the response is the same - fuck you, don't break the law if you can't pay the price.
>> No. 108332 ID: 9723b1
>libshits vote for Obamas boot on evil whites necks
>complain when power changes hands
Laughing for ages.
>> No. 108335 ID: b70387
  Burning Limos and Trump Bros at the Inauguration with Jamali Maddix
>> No. 108341 ID: cce514
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Small handed impotency! Sad!
>> No. 108342 ID: ba3dd1
>trying to out fake-news the king of fake-news

good luck with that
>> No. 108344 ID: 9723b1
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>taking images at different magnifications
cce514 why are you so desperate and sad when it comes to trump?
>> No. 108346 ID: 649f2c
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that pic is pretty easy to work with shoopwise
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>> No. 108360 ID: cce514
  >[The] Donald wept through the proceedings. His tears soaked through the canvas that cloaked his twisted face and they stained his orange jumpsuit where with such rare distinction he once displayed the evidence of his outstanding contributions to the maintenance of a kingdom come. But those days are gone. Hes nothing more than a number on a docket thick with shareholders, engineers, PR firms, politicians: war-profiteers. How the fuck did I end up here? This just isn't fair. Ain't no place for a billionaire. And he searches for the words to stop this table in mid-turn, like we are but old men and we only did what we were told, but the laughter from the gallery drowns out these vestiges of a professions oldest defense. The court will direct the record to reflect compliments from the bench; you sir, are central castings crowning achievement. And for your outstanding performance in a comedic role, I'd like to dedicate the findings of the jury to the dead. But how can one man ever repay a debt so appalling? Can't gouge 10,000 eyes from a single head so I think we should observe a sentence that will serve to satisfy both a sense of function and poetry: so you will spend the rest of your days drenched in sweat, with your face drawn in a rictus of terror as you remove another buried land mine fuse. Meanwhile, 100 yards back behind the sandbags, a legless foreman pulls the trigger on a red megaphone. Squelching feedback. Drunken laughter. Broken English. His dead daughters picture. Time and tide, no one can anticipate the inevitable waves of change.
>> No. 108366 ID: 3b6910
>> No. 108369 ID: 09c7e0
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>> No. 108373 ID: d4c8ee
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>> No. 108391 ID: e188a9
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Trump is now printing off mean tweets he doesn't like for Spicer to show to the media.
>> No. 108392 ID: ae1f02
Trump is utilizing the full resources of the United States of America to make his press secretary shitpost in 3D
>> No. 108402 ID: d4c8ee
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>> No. 108413 ID: b430d1
Trump asks "Where's Rudy?" while Giuliani is sitting directly across from him.

Reminder that Trump's father died of Alzheimers.
>> No. 108414 ID: 649f2c
better invoke section 4 of the 25th amendment before it gets any worse
>> No. 108415 ID: f11f4d
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>> No. 108422 ID: cdc880
So not only is this going to be the administration of U.S. Grant level corruption*, it'll be Reagan levels of mental incompetence. The man is afraid of stairs for Christ's sake.

*though that was due to Grant being too trusting and wanting to be everybody's friend, instead of being corrupt himself
>> No. 108428 ID: 52ed6e
>> No. 108492 ID: 149a9d
  The dutch welcome Trump their own way.
Dis is bretty funneh, regardless of how much you like Trump.
As much as it pains me as a belgian: well done dutchies.
>> No. 108493 ID: 185975
>American president saying America first is bad
How is this funny? It's not funny, it's tragic.

Leftists think their leaders should consider their countries as last, put all other countries before their own.

It's murder-suicide. They murder their own society, and then commit suicide to end their own pathetic existence.

Honestly if you want to commit social murder-suicide, please just have the basic common decency to commit ONLY the suicide, stop trying to murder your culture first.
>> No. 108501 ID: d4c8ee
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>Arizona flees to Canada while Delaware seeks grief counseling
>Pennsylvania: "Donald Trump pee pee party"
>Can Texas secede?
>Georgia Man wonders "What the hell is going on?"
>> No. 108503 ID: 9723b1
Again even more fake stuff, there's no way they could have access to this data.

>at a sparsely attended inauguration
And it's politically biased fake stuff.


That map is more like what a leftist blogger wishes people googled, and it's more a condemnation of leftist psyche.
>> No. 108507 ID: 149a9d
>How is this funny? It's not funny, it's tragic.

They take the shit out of themselves and Trump at the same time? It's self-deprecating humor and all you see is the literal? Pffft, get that stick out of your ass.
>> No. 108510 ID: 52ed6e
That's how you know it's fake. Nobody actually uses that word.
>> No. 108518 ID: 791f24
>all search data retrieved from the 8chan search bar
or something like that
>> No. 108520 ID: d4c8ee
>there's no way they could have access to this data! fake!

>> No. 108590 ID: e188a9
the year is 20XX.
a comedy TV show's extremely problematic depictions of staffers in a certain western government threatens the stability of that country.

>More than being lampooned as a press secretary who makes up facts, it was Spicer’s portrayal by a woman that was most problematic in the president’s eyes, according to sources close to him. And the unflattering send-up by a female comedian was not considered helpful for Spicer’s longevity in the grueling, high-profile job in which he has struggled to strike the right balance between representing an administration that considers the media the "opposition party," and developing a functional relationship with the press.

>"Trump doesn't like his people to look weak," added a top Trump donor.

>Trump’s uncharacteristic Twitter silence over the weekend about the “Saturday Night Live” sketch was seen internally as a sign of how uncomfortable it made the White House feel. Sources said the caricature of Spicer by McCarthy struck a nerve and was upsetting to the press secretary and to his allies, who immediately saw how damaging it could be in Trump world.
>> No. 108596 ID: 1807a4
My unnamed sources say ID:e188a9 is a ban evading SJW troll.
>> No. 108602 ID: ea3865
>unnamed sources
Ivan, Boris, Sergei, Mikhail & Yuri
>> No. 108603 ID: 52ed6e
lol at you
>> No. 108647 ID: d4c8ee
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>> No. 108677 ID: b430d1
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>i decided to suck putin's cock instead of legalizing machineguns
>t. dumb donny - i make george bush junior, a closeted homosexual and cocaine addict, look smart in comparison
>p.s. pravda is the only believable news source i meant breitbart
>> No. 108678 ID: b70387
  Trump vs. Truth: Last Cuck Tonight with Johnny Trigger-Warning

The mainstream media have discredited themselves with their various bullshit, and in their place, we're supposed to believe outlets that present utter and complete nonsense. And those outlets have propelled to the White House a president who bases decisions on morning news shows.
>> No. 108679 ID: d4c8ee
>> No. 108709 ID: d4c8ee
  Turns out back in the 00s the orange idiot was moonlighting as a emo songwriter.
>> No. 108716 ID: d4c8ee
>> No. 108722 ID: eb2308
You mean the actual, on the record racist who pretended to be cherokee, got caught, doubled down, got called out for lying, and then went full

The one who the center doesn't love and can easily be turned against?

She's the next clinton. She'll run every time, she'll lose, and feminists will cry.
>> No. 108731 ID: d4c8ee
  Wow good thing Donny read the Simple English wiki page on uranium.
>> No. 108767 ID: cce514
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>People are using the mouth of the Donald Trump ice sculpture as a urinal at the Sapporo Snow Festival.
>> No. 108771 ID: b70387
  Putin: America Has Had — And Continues To Have — Endemic Problems That Need Fixing Tonight with John Oliver
>> No. 108775 ID: 85d2e6
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>he pulls his pants all the way down
>> No. 108781 ID: 22c903
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I love our new president.

NFA repeal soon fellow stalkers.
>> No. 108799 ID: 9723b1
Liberals have a piss fetish, it's not a surprise.

That's why Buzzshit came up with that fanfiction story, it turned them on.

Why are you posting antigun propagandists here?
>> No. 108803 ID: b70387
Because what he's saying during this particular episode makes sense to me.
>> No. 108863 ID: d4c8ee
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>The President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he always does.

No wonder Trump Steaks failed.
>> No. 108865 ID: b430d1
well done is delicious, u mad?
>> No. 108868 ID: 538c90
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For beef steaks, I prefer medium rare, but that's just my taste. The food snobs get all hysterical over what other people prefer in their steak preparation and they may benefit by not being so concerned over trivial matters.
>> No. 108869 ID: 538c90
File 148819512196.jpg - (2.13MB , 2592x1944 , beef steak with ketchup 1.jpg )
But ordering a well done steak with ketchup? Usually that's done by infantile people who want to annoy others at the table...
>> No. 108870 ID: 538c90
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My Dad likes his bleu (aka blue or very rare), but that makes the steak chewy and usually bloody as hell.
>> No. 108871 ID: 538c90
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Guide for degrees of doneness in steaks: blue or rare, medium rare, and well done.
>> No. 108872 ID: 538c90
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But when cooking a steak, it is difficult to know how done it is on the inside. Here's a chef's test for rare, medium-rare, medium, medium-well & well done.
>> No. 108873 ID: 538c90
  Gordon Ramsay How to Cook the Perfect Steak https://youtu.be/aZcoTQuYUqQ
>> No. 108874 ID: 538c90
  Gordon Ramsay gets angry over a [well done] steak https://youtu.be/lCc8IEvh70w
>> No. 108875 ID: 538c90
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President Trump orders his steak well done with ketchup
What asshole goes out to dinner at one of the nation capital’s most-acclaimed steakhouses, orders a 30-day dry aged New York strip, then asks the chef to cook it well done? And if that’s not enough, eats it with ketchup like a 5-year-old?

We’ll give you one guess.
>> No. 108890 ID: 9dcda2
Meh, I like my steaks medium-well because I eat slow.

> ketchup
Again, meh. Some people like ketchup on their eggs.
>> No. 108904 ID: aadd02
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>> No. 108906 ID: ebb4ba
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>man likes things I don't like
>> No. 108907 ID: d4c8ee
  Yum look at those Trump Burgers, fresh from the factory.
>> No. 108915 ID: 9723b1
>knowing how to cook a steak
He's a man who got famous for yelling [In British] at people on TV, and used the money from the show to make a shitload of restaurants that are sub McDonalds tier.

It's funny when he pretended to kill a boar, bought pork in a store, cooked it rare, and pretended it's boar meet... because really cooking wild boar meat rare is not allowed by FDA and would probably infect his festering anus with even more parasites.
>> No. 108918 ID: aadd02
You got that backwards. He got a chance to yell at people on TV because he was famous. He was already quite an accomplished chef and restaurateur long before us Yanks heard of him.
>> No. 108921 ID: 538c90
  I recently started watching Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares because I found it interesting in how an expert can improve a business. In this case, how an expert chef & restaurateur whose restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars in total, can improve failing restaurants. Amazing on how intransigent and adverse many of the restaurant owners and chefs are in refusing to take his advice even though they petitioned for his help. Ramsay would criticize a dish and the chefs would reply that their customers like it. What customers? The missing ones in their empty restaurant? To be fair, running a restaurant is a highly stressful job made horribly so if the restaurant is failing from lack of customers and mounting debts.

All the drama aside, Gordon obviously knows how to cook. I have used his simple recipe of how to fry a steak in a pan and it came out terrific.
How to Cook a Steak in a Pan - Gordon Ramsay https://youtu.be/1FYZHkjgwdc
>> No. 108922 ID: 538c90
  Anthony Bourdain on the worst mistake when cooking steak https://youtu.be/2ua_v4BA3qM
>> No. 108929 ID: cdc880
>A study from New York's Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has even worse news for those who like their beef blackened. Apparently, a diet high in glycotoxins—found in high-concentration in well-done meat—is a risk factor in developing age-related dementia. Quick—grab a Post-it and write down where your keys are now.
>> No. 108930 ID: 9723b1
Then why can't he even conceive of slow cooking a steak so it's both well done (no redness) and still very soft? I do it almost every weekend.
>> No. 108932 ID: aadd02
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Braising is fucking delicious, and the only acceptable way to make a thoroughly cooked steak, but people in restaurants don't wait an hour and a half to three hours for their food.
>> No. 108933 ID: d4c8ee
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>da share z0ne: the truck
>> No. 108934 ID: 9723b1
>comparing a man
>with the Son of God
Liberals are funny.
>> No. 108935 ID: 9723b1
OK I'll accept that reason for everyone on TV always tending to favor rarer meats. But that still doesn't excuse ignorance about other cooking methods, especially on cooking shows. Also I still find it a bit disappointing that restaurants are no longer willing to have steaks always in the fire 24/7, and always available, especially venues calling themselves steak houses.
By the way if you want a fast food steak you can bring it down to 15-20 minutes waiting time by using a marinade. I don't like to use marinades, but when I do I use rock salt marinades as they don't alter the taste of the meat, and improve even low cost cuts.
>> No. 108938 ID: f01968
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There is a good local (South Denver) steakhouse called Fleming's that serves terrific braised beef ribs as a "small plates" item for $18. Many top steakhouses serve really good small plate courses that work well for lunch. Drink ice tea instead of booze and it's a good value for such expensive places.
Recipe: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/braised-beef-short-ribs-235923
>> No. 108939 ID: f01968
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Korean Braised Short Ribs
>> No. 108940 ID: f01968
  Slow Cooked Beef Short Ribs - Gordon Ramsay https://youtu.be/QnxLau7m600
Here is how you take a cheap cut and turn it into an impressive and delicious dish.
>> No. 108941 ID: f01968
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Of course, short ribs is not something you typically serve rare.
>> No. 108942 ID: f01968
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Prime rib, on the other hand...
>> No. 108974 ID: d4c8ee
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>> No. 108975 ID: b70387
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Honestly, what the flying fuck?

Trump accuses Obama of tapping his phones, cites no evidence

>President Donald Trump on Saturday accused former President Barack Obama of tapping his telephones during last year's election, lodging a startling allegation of abuse of power without evidence or explanation.

>Trump said Saturday morning he had "just found out" the information, though it was unclear whether he was referring to a briefing, a conversation or a media report. The president has in the past tweeted about unsubstantiated and provocative reports he reads on blogs or conservative websites.

>The president's allegations may be related to anonymously sourced reports in British media and blogs, and on conservative-leaning U.S. websites, including Breitbart News. Those reports claimed that U.S. officials had obtained a warrant under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to review contacts between computers at a Russian bank and Trump's New York headquarters.

>One exception to this practice is the president himself, who has the authority to declassify records. In Trump's case, he could confirm any such surveillance of his campaign or business undertaken before he took office in January.

>> No. 108978 ID: d4c8ee
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And the thing is, we know that he's already got the Maralago wired up so that he can listen in and record phone calls from every room in the building.
>> No. 108982 ID: 9723b1
Obama does something FAR worse than Watergate, and Senseless posts this title
>Trump accuses Obama of tapping his phones, cites no evidence

Well the DOJ and Obama have both admitted to it, so I'd like senseless to send a letter of apology to Trump for questioning his honor.
>> No. 108984 ID: 10f4c8
The thing about Trump is, yes he blows his load but he only ever seems to do it when he already knows for sure that he's right.

I suspect he put it out on his Twitter to see if Obama and co would try and deny it, before dropping any real evidence he had to smack them down. He does this a lot.
>> No. 108986 ID: cce514
FBI director Clapper has told the DOJ to refute the wiretapping claims, saying "There was no such wire-tap activity mounted against the president-elect at the time, as a candidate, or against his campaign." The DOJ has so far issued no statement.

Obama has issued a statement saying "A cardinal rule of the Obama administration was that no White House official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the Department of Justice. As part of that practice, neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any US citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false."

Why do you keep posting lies, Ivan?

>trump isn't a retard he's just playing 5th dimensional chess!

as expected from a fat man who thinks MCLOS is a good guidance system and runs a controlled opposition group for the FBI.
>> No. 108987 ID: d4c8ee

You mean Comey. Clapper was Director of National Intelligence under Obama. And he's also saying there was no wiretap.

>For the part of the national security apparatus that he oversaw, "there was no such wiretap activity mounted against the president, the president-elect at the time, or as a candidate, or against his campaign," Clapper told Chuck Todd in an exclusive interview on Sunday's "Meet The Press."

>When Todd asked him whether he could confirm or deny if a FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Act) order for this existed, Clapper declared, "I can deny it."

>Asked again whether there was a FISA Court order to monitor Trump Tower, Clapper said, "Not to my knowledge."

>Clapper said that if any wiretap like that occurred, he would "certainly hope" that he would be aware of it.

>"I can't speak for other authorized entities in the government or a state or local entity," he added.

>Clapper was also asked on "Meet the Press" if he had any evidence that the Trump campaign was colluding with the Russian government while the Kremlin was working to influence the election.

>"Not to my knowledge," Clapper said, based on the information he had before his time in the position ended.

>"We did not include anything in our report … that had any reflect of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and the Russians. There was no evidence of that included in our report," he said. "We had no evidence of such collusion."

>When asked whether he still believes that Russians interfered in the U.S. election to help Donald Trump, Clapper said, "Yes, I do."

>"Certainly the Russians have to be chortling about the success of their efforts to sow dissension in this country," Clapper added.
>> No. 108989 ID: b70387
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That's the title of the article I quoted.

>Well the DOJ and Obama have both admitted to it

>He does this a lot.
When has he ever done that? When has he presented evidence at all? Sean Spicer has had to straight up say that Trump says things because he believes those things.

The fact of the matter is, IF he was really being wiretapped, a string of early morning tweets has to be one of the worst possible ways to respond to that.
>> No. 108990 ID: 111d07

Yes, let us believe the words of the same cunt that lied under oath before Congress saying he and the the American intelligence community weren't watching you fap and recording your every phone call when they actually were jerking off to your browser history and late-night calls to your girlfriend.
>> No. 108993 ID: d4c8ee
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Gaffe ridden Trump greets White House tour in front of portrait of Hillary.
>> No. 108994 ID: d4c8ee
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>> No. 108995 ID: ad8094
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You sure that's not Zach Braff?
>> No. 108997 ID: cdc880
Spicer today:
>"it's not a question of proving it"
>"should president trump's twitter statements be taken at face value?" "sure"
>> No. 109015 ID: d4c8ee
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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer blinks the word "TORTURE" at reporters in morse code.
>> No. 109023 ID: b430d1
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bad news guys, turns out obama is still secretly president.
apparently john roberts had his fingers crossed when he read the oath.
>> No. 109028 ID: 9723b1
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I'm sure its just a coincidence that the Democratic party is stonewalling all attempts to replace Obama-era bureaucrats and "tsars".

I'm sure its just a coincidence that the Obama-era bureaucrats and "tsars" happen to be obstructing the president.
>> No. 109030 ID: cce514
I see internet service has been restored to St. Petersberg.
>> No. 109031 ID: 649f2c
I wish the dude would just be a man and start thinking & speaking for himself like he did back when he was campaigning with a nothing-to-lose attitude. It seems like hes being handled, stage managed and pushed around by an army of inside the beltway types ever since he took office. Apparently they let him watch TV & tweet for himself, but otherwise little to nothing seems to be his decision. Its all gotten Byzatine asf too fast and shits started going down hill. Trump kicked ass when he was his own man, he should stomp Paul Ryan and the rest of the standard issue Republicans a new asshole like he wants to and establish his own political coalition of angry freaks. Don't forget that Trump was most Bernie voter's #2 choice. I wanna see him grab some titties too. Why isn't John Cena or The Rock cabinet members?
>> No. 109032 ID: 1519ac
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>> No. 109069 ID: 2ea531

>like he did back when he was campaigning with a nothing-to-lose attitude

ok look. Theres a fucking difference between being good at getting people to love them, and having good ideas.

That's a lesson I wish a lot of people would get
>> No. 109112 ID: d4c8ee
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meanwhile in Arizona
>> No. 109132 ID: cdc880
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>Apparently, America’s commander in chief took issue with the girl’s website Kittenfeed.com. Originally called Trumpscratch.com, the site allows users to punch an animated image of Trump’s face with tiny kitten paws. It comes with the tagline: “Trump seems very tough at first but he gets weaker with every scratch.”

>The girl, identified as “Lucy,” told the Observer that she developed the site, with its #Trumpcat hashtag, for fun while applying for web developer jobs. Little did she know that her site, which only drew 1700 visitors after its launch in February, had attracted the notice of the most important political leader on earth.

>On March 1, she said she received a cease and desist letter from The Trump Organization. The letter claims her site infringed on the “internationally known and famous” Trump trademark.

>After Lucy changed the domain name, she received another letter from the Trump Organization because her site linked to an anti-Trump shirt that is available for purchase on Amazon. Lucy told the Hollywood Reporter that she removed the link, and hasn’t heard anything from the campaign since.

>Lucy is not alone in thinking that the president should have better things to with his time than to ask his lawyers to go after a teenager for creating a silly website.

>“I really just want people to be aware that this is a president who’s clearly more concerned about what people think of him than doing things of substance,” she told the Hollywood Reporter.
>> No. 109147 ID: 1519ac
Reminds me of slick willie.
>> No. 109163 ID: d4c8ee
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>truckers union hosts event for local special needs children

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