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Donald Trump is the world's most dangerous man

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    I believe that the coming month will be an disaster; Trump has now postponed the visit of the China President until after the deadline of the trade talks. This will imply that then likely an real trade war will start. Also his visit with Kim will be later but in Vietnam; which means an "rub it in" location; the Vietnamese hate Americans about what they did to their country. Kim will enjoy it. This whole combination of far east "things" will put the pressure on this country to get the "hell" out of that area and don't "meddle" in their affairs any longer.

    In the meantime the "middle east" will play the same game to get the "yankee's" out.

    All of this will lead to "isolation" of this country; the next step will be that the "seas" also no longer will be dominated by the US; the Russians and China will take over that role.

    Yes people, the Roman Empire is crumbling due to the total incompetence in this present government leadership.

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    When you use a dozen lawyers, you don't need to worry about the truth. Dodge the issue and distracting works just fine.
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    New York Times, February 19, 2019: Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation: Inside Trump’s Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him

    This New York Times article has been all over the cable news discussions today. It goes into the history of Trump's intimidation and obstructionist tactics to basically sabotage the Mueller investigation. Many of the documented examples we have already discussed at some point in this website, but this article puts them all together to make a circumstantial case for removal from office. It's a rather long article with pictures and graphs, but for anyone needing a refresher or wanting the big picture, it is well worth your time to read.

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    During Trump's term of office, he routinely ignored the information in the daily intelligence briefings.

    President Biden said on Friday that he would bar his predecessor, Donald J. Trump, from receiving intelligence briefings traditionally given to former presidents, saying that Mr. Trump could not be trusted because of his “erratic behavior” even before the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

    The move was the first time that a former president had been cut out of the briefings, which are provided partly as a courtesy and partly for the moments when a sitting president reaches out for advice. Currently, the briefings are offered on a regular basis to Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

    Mr. Biden, speaking to Norah O’Donnell of CBS News, said Mr. Trump’s behavior worried him “unrelated to the insurrection” that gave rise to the second impeachment of Mr. Trump.

    “I just think that there is no need for him to have the intelligence briefings,” Mr. Biden said.

    The question of how Mr. Trump handles intelligence came up several times during his presidency. Shortly after he fired the F.B.I. director James B. Comey in 2017, Mr. Trump told the Russian foreign minister and the Russian ambassador about a highly classified piece of intelligence about the Islamic State that came from Israel. The Israelis were outraged.

    Later in his presidency, Mr. Trump took a photograph with his phone of a classified satellite image showing an explosion at a missile launchpad in Iran. Some of the markings were blacked out first, but the revelation gave adversaries information — which they may have had, anyway — about the abilities of American surveillance satellites.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/05/us/politics/biden-trump-intelligence-briefings.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

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    Trump cannot be trusted with intelligence. However, what would be interesting is to feed Trump some bogus information and see if it crops up in Russian intelligence.

    Trump always looks for ways to enrich himself, and sharing some intelligence with Russia in exchange for Russia "going easy" on his outstanding loans is a distinct possibility. It's called quid pro quo.

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    Schmidt, That would be interesting to see him fail at trying to close his mouth. He should be tested and after failing he should get briefings with temperatures and barometric readings. Almost nothing more. Don't actually give him the ability to hurt us on significant - important issues.
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    Why can they "censor" Greene, but not Trump? Is n't it time to get "brains" in this country? Even "censoring" does not work ask Greene, she is collecting only even more money and gets all the attention she can get. Anyway Biden is way to gentle related to giving Trump briefings; he has just be much more forceful and cut him off. It is time that things get more "black and white" and not wishy washy as it is now. Just say "yes" or "no", not the political "gray" way of doing things.