Some wins for Trump

President Donald Trump is making progress on some of his core policies.

A tax bill has also passed a senate vote but still needs to be compromised further with wrangling with Congress. The US system of passing bills can be very messy, and too easily results in a mess.

Talking of messes, the Russian collusion probe:

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    • phantom snowflake

       /  December 6, 2017

      That’s awesome. Reminds me about this (though it’s a bit out of time now)

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  1. wackAmole

     /  December 6, 2017

    “FBI Agent Dismissed From Probe Changed Comey’s Clinton Statement”

    Drain the FBI.

    This news has only just been revealed because swamp creature Muller has been stone walling Congress for months.

    Strzok the Pussyhatter operative was the lead prosecutor in the Hillary emails investigation ensuring she was let off the hook (“I’m With Her” indeed), and is supervisor of the current Russia Collusion witch hunt.

    Trump is never going to get fair and impartial treatment from the Deep State law enforces, with their allegiance to Hillary, desperately attempting to pin a process crime on him.

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  2. George

     /  December 6, 2017

    Strange how the fake news doesn’t mention Trumps achievements.
    Now why is that I wonder, after all they’re so unbiased

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    • PartisanZ

       /  December 6, 2017

      I’ll keep an eye on you for acknowledgement of Ardern’s achievements, if that’s okay with you George? Credit where credit is due, eh?

      “The Navajo Nation, along with other tribes and conservation and outdoor industry groups, has vowed to challenge the decision to reduce both monuments in court, and several lawsuits are expected.

      “We will stand and fight all the way,” said Russell Begaye, president of the Navajo Nation, adding that the United States government had already taken “millions of acres of my people’s land.”

      https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/12/04/us/trump-bears-ears.html?referer=

      Mixed-blessing sort of achievements, I guess?

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  3. wackAmole

     /  December 6, 2017

    “Supreme Court Lets Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Go Into Full Effect”

    This is no surprise, the ‘Muslim Ban’ was a perfectly reasonable bit of policy.

    The US judiciary branch is infested with Democrat activists.

    “Checks and Balances” applies to the Judiciary too.

    Drain the Judiciary.

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  4. NOEL

     /  December 6, 2017

    I thought when a Bill had passed through the Senate and House then signed by the President it is then a Act of Congress. Yeah he won that one.
    On the travel ban nothings happened during the looooong legal route to acceptance.
    If something now happens does that mean the ban caused it?

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    • wackAmole

       /  December 6, 2017

      What do you mean “nothings happened”? If you mean muslim terror attacks in the USA, you are wrong.

      ” the looooong legal route to acceptance.”

      It has always been acceptable, it was Hillary/Obama politicos in the judiciary up to their activist games that caused the delay.

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  5. High Flying Duck

     /  December 6, 2017

    The WSJ Editorial doesn’t hold back on Meuller’s investigation:

    “While there is no evidence so far of Trump-Russia collusion, House investigators have turned up enough material to suggest that anti-Trump motives may have driven Mr. Comey’s FBI investigation. The public has a right to know whether the Steele dossier inspired the Comey probe, and whether it led to intrusive government eavesdropping on campaign satellites such as Carter Page.

    All of this reinforces our doubts about Mr. Mueller’s ability to conduct a fair and credible probe of the FBI’s considerable part in the Russia-Trump drama. Mr. Mueller ran the bureau for 12 years and is fast friends with Mr. Comey, whose firing by Mr. Trump triggered his appointment as special counsel. The reluctance to cooperate with a congressional inquiry compounds doubts related to this clear conflict of interest.”

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/muellers-credibility-problem-1512432318

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  6. Alan Wilkinson

     /  December 6, 2017
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