Author: James Piscipo

‘Meet The Press’ Has Now Become ‘Retreat From’ The Press

I used to reserve 10 AM ET on Sunday to watch a lively discussion about politics among a group of panelists with varying opinions on Meet The Press. But if you have watched it lately, you will know that the program now devotes 80% of it’s content to one side or the other simply spouting their talking points. The panel discussions are now about 8 minutes, maximum. America is more divided than ever and the only way we can bridge that divide is to share our differing opinions, not by providing a ‘commercial’ for one side or the other....

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Trump Is So Weak, He Has To Blame All Of His Failures On Others

The Donald should be thanking his stars that his daddy left him $200 million and incredibly powerful contacts in the New York real estate world. Otherwise, he would be living on the street. Everything Trump seems to touch turns to dust. The casinos that he had to shut down. The ‘university’ he had to shut down. The multiple companies he has had to fold into bankruptcy. His multiple marriages (and even his affairs). The said part of Trump’s history of failure is that he is now failing at trying to lead the great United States of America. Trump can’t...

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Scott Pruitt Defines The Trump Swamp

CNN reports just how swampy Trump really is: “A CNN analysis has found that embattled Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt paid himself nearly $65,000 in reimbursements from his two campaigns for Oklahoma attorney general, a move at least one election watchdog has sharply criticized as being recorded so vaguely that there was no way to tell if such payments were lawful. The reimbursement method, which Pruitt used in his 2010 and 2014 campaigns, effectively scuttled two key pillars of campaign finance: transparency about how campaign funds are spent and ensuring campaign funds are not used for personal purchases,...

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When The President’s Attorney Is Raided By The FBI, The President Has A Big, Big Problem

As reported by The New York Times, The F.B.I. agents who raided the office of President Trump’s personal lawyer on Monday were looking for records about payments to two women who claim they had affairs with Mr. Trump as well as information related to the role of the publisher of The National Enquirer in silencing one of the women, according to several people briefed on the investigation. The search warrant carried out by the public corruption unit of the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan sought information about Karen McDougal, a former Playboy model who claims she carried on...

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BREAKING NEWS: Trump’s Top Lawyer On Russia Investigation Quits

John Dowd, the defense attorney who was leading President Donald Trump’s team in the special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, has resigned from representing him, The New York Times reported Thursday. The revelation comes as Trump has increasingly vented his frustration toward the Russia investigation and Mueller. Dowd invited intense scrutiny last weekend when he publicly called for deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein to shut down the Russia investigation, which Dowd characterized as corrupt and biased against...

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Melania Trump Just May Divorce Donald Trump, After All, Divorce Is A Family Tradition

Donald Trump has been married three times and has had affairs on all of those women in public. That is the Trump family tradition. Those closest to Vanessa Trump have shown nothing but support since her decision to call it quits with Donald Trump Jr., a source close to the former model tells Us Weekly exclusively. Celebrity Splits of 2018 “Everyone around Vanessa feels bad for her, but no one is really surprised by the split,” the insider says. “It takes a lot to walk away from your marriage to the president’s son, and her family and friends are...

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All Lies Matter

Hope Hicks admitted today that she has told ‘white’ lies for her boss, Donald Trump. Then she quickly resigned. So what exactly is a ‘white lie?’ I am not sure about you, but I can tell you right now that as far as I am concerned, a lie is a lie. Apparently Hope Hicks realized this when she said it: she either realized that is not a statement that should ever be made by a White House communications director, or her boss, ‘Liddle Donnie’ said ‘you need to...

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