Yes - There is no line Trump won't cross?
No - Trump won't go that far


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WindRunner914 2 years 43 weeks ago

I am very familiar with Donald Trump's pathological disorder ... and I feel he is truly paranoid about Robert Mueller, fearing there will be something devastating discovered referencing these crises he is trying to manage: Russia, Financial issues, his horrendous and ineffective role as President, etc. The list is endless!

I don't think Donald Trump has the perseverance, strength, wisdom, or self-consciousness to fight the awesome and dignified Team that Robert Mueller leads. He may attempt to FIRE Mueller, but the backfire and consequences will be self-destructive for Trump .... and this is a place he cannot fathom entering, due to his narcissim! The risks to him and his family, not to mention the people of America .... would be a cataclysm!!

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How Do We Pry the Confederate Monuments Out Of Trump's Tiny Hands?

Thom plus logo Every time in American history there was the possibility of serious movement forward in civil and human rights, there has been a backlash by white racists resulting in new monuments to the Confederacy.

The Confederacy, of course, was the police state oligarchy that took over the American South in the 1820s and committed treason against the United States of America, killing hundreds of thousands of American soldiers and civilians in the process.
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