Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

Reply
Trusted Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
202
Views

Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

202 Views
Message 11 of 34

RK will say anything to avoid acknowledging his idol and hero in the White House surrounds himself with an array of criminals and soon to be convicted felons. RK will change the subject as often as he can as opposed to addressing what's obvious to those who are not in the cult.

Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
202
Views
Valued Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
204
Views

Re: Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

204 Views
Message 12 of 34

@CriticalThinking wrote:

As I stated previously, and it's no surprise to anyone, RK continues to change the subject instead of dealing directly with Trump and the kind of people he associates with.


Yes, rk should really confine his comments to the topic - much as ct did above.

Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
204
Views
Trusted Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
210
Views

Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

210 Views
Message 13 of 34

As I stated previously, and it's no surprise to anyone, RK continues to change the subject instead of dealing directly with Trump and the kind of people he associates with.

Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
210
Views
Valued Social Butterfly
0
Kudos
206
Views

Re: Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

206 Views
Message 14 of 34

@CriticalThinking wrote:

Instead of dealing directly with the fact that Trump surrounds himself with criminals in his administration and campaign, RK does what he always does. He CHANGES the subject to take the focus away from is idol and hero in the White House. 

 

For the rest of us, it's hard keeping up with all of the indictments and guilty pleas from the Trump campaign and administration. Even Trump's National Security Advisor, who's supposed to protect America, is  a convicted felon.

 

Anyway, watch RK change the subject again to something silly and irrelevant.


Yep, rk will change the topic to the extent of pointing out (again) that the issues brought up in the topic were about businessman Trump.

Report Inappropriate Content
0
Kudos
206
Views
Valued Social Butterfly
0
Kudos
205
Views

Re: Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

205 Views
Message 15 of 34

@john258 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@john258 wrote:

I hate to tell all but you are watching an International mob play out. Putin and Trump are part of that mob. This week connected a lot of the dots. Main item so far was Trump tower in Moscow Russia. The deal was finalized but the Russian bank was on the US banned list so Trump could not accept the money from them. The sanctions had to be lifted and so far you see Flynn, Cohen, Manafort, Russians who have been charged all working on that. Get Trump elected, Trump can build the Trump tower, and Putin gets his 50 million penthouse, plus a lot of Russian money gets laundered plus other payoffs. I am sure there is more than this but Muller will tell us the full story.


It may well be, failing to find the much heralded "Russian collusion" involving candidate Trump, that Mueller may have to investigate the business dealings of businessman Trump to justify his activities.

 

And it may work - after all, his mission is to "Get Trump by what ever means necessary".


You really do not understand any of this. Try rereading what I said. Trump was a candidate when a lot of this took place. You have no idea what Muller knows  about Russian Collusion, and neither do I or anyone else. All the signs point to Russian collusion and we will know for sure when the Muller report is completed. What we do see is more of the items covered in the Steel document proved true. So far none of them have been proved false. Could the golden shower be next.


It will be interesting to see Mueller get back to "Russian collusion" rather than porn stars, Playboy bunnies, NYC taxi medallions,  contracts with the Turkish government, etc. All of that preceded the Trump candidacy and, as such, does seem more like "Get Trump by any means necessary" than "Russian collusion" by the US President.

Report Inappropriate Content
0
Kudos
205
Views
Trusted Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
206
Views

Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

206 Views
Message 16 of 34

Instead of dealing directly with the fact that Trump surrounds himself with criminals in his administration and campaign, RK does what he always does. He CHANGES the subject to take the focus away from is idol and hero in the White House. 

 

For the rest of us, it's hard keeping up with all of the indictments and guilty pleas from the Trump campaign and administration. Even Trump's National Security Advisor, who's supposed to protect America, is  a convicted felon.

 

Anyway, watch RK change the subject again to something silly and irrelevant.

Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
206
Views
Valued Social Butterfly
0
Kudos
186
Views

Re: Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

186 Views
Message 17 of 34

@Richva wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Richva wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

"Cult", "Supreme Leader", "Comrade Trump", "idol", "hero" - but no dealing with the reality that the stuff under discussion preceded the Trump Presidency.

 

Seems like just satisfying the need to spout hatred rather than addressing the issues as stated.


I actually think Trump's acquaintances and fellow Republicans have a better set of descriptions. Of course we have Rex Tillerson's "What a moron", Reince Prebus calling him an "idiot", and then Stormy Daniels saying he resembled some kind of mushroom.  I am not sure I understand that last one, could someone explain it to me? 


And still no dealing with the reality that the stuff under discussion preceded the Trump Presidency.


Do you mean that people had identified him as a moron and a philanderer prior to his being elected? Yes, I can see that. So can his other two wives and the investors in Trump casinos. 

 

No, I mean - And still no dealing with the reality that the stuff under discussion preceded the Trump Presidency.


 

Report Inappropriate Content
0
Kudos
186
Views
Valued Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
196
Views

Re: Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

196 Views
Message 18 of 34

@rk9152 wrote:

@john258 wrote:

I hate to tell all but you are watching an International mob play out. Putin and Trump are part of that mob. This week connected a lot of the dots. Main item so far was Trump tower in Moscow Russia. The deal was finalized but the Russian bank was on the US banned list so Trump could not accept the money from them. The sanctions had to be lifted and so far you see Flynn, Cohen, Manafort, Russians who have been charged all working on that. Get Trump elected, Trump can build the Trump tower, and Putin gets his 50 million penthouse, plus a lot of Russian money gets laundered plus other payoffs. I am sure there is more than this but Muller will tell us the full story.


It may well be, failing to find the much heralded "Russian collusion" involving candidate Trump, that Mueller may have to investigate the business dealings of businessman Trump to justify his activities.

 

And it may work - after all, his mission is to "Get Trump by what ever means necessary".


You really do not understand any of this. Try rereading what I said. Trump was a candidate when a lot of this took place. You have no idea what Muller knows  about Russian Collusion, and neither do I or anyone else. All the signs point to Russian collusion and we will know for sure when the Muller report is completed. What we do see is more of the items covered in the Steel document proved true. So far none of them have been proved false. Could the golden shower be next.

Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
196
Views
Treasured Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
188
Views

Re: Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

188 Views
Message 19 of 34

@rk9152 wrote:

@Richva wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

"Cult", "Supreme Leader", "Comrade Trump", "idol", "hero" - but no dealing with the reality that the stuff under discussion preceded the Trump Presidency.

 

Seems like just satisfying the need to spout hatred rather than addressing the issues as stated.


I actually think Trump's acquaintances and fellow Republicans have a better set of descriptions. Of course we have Rex Tillerson's "What a moron", Reince Prebus calling him an "idiot", and then Stormy Daniels saying he resembled some kind of mushroom.  I am not sure I understand that last one, could someone explain it to me? 


And still no dealing with the reality that the stuff under discussion preceded the Trump Presidency.


Do you mean that people had identified him as a moron and a philanderer prior to his being elected? Yes, I can see that. So can his other two wives and the investors in Trump casinos. 

Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
188
Views
Valued Social Butterfly
0
Kudos
196
Views

Re: Trump, Russia and lessons from the mob

196 Views
Message 20 of 34

@Richva wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

"Cult", "Supreme Leader", "Comrade Trump", "idol", "hero" - but no dealing with the reality that the stuff under discussion preceded the Trump Presidency.

 

Seems like just satisfying the need to spout hatred rather than addressing the issues as stated.


I actually think Trump's acquaintances and fellow Republicans have a better set of descriptions. Of course we have Rex Tillerson's "What a moron", Reince Prebus calling him an "idiot", and then Stormy Daniels saying he resembled some kind of mushroom.  I am not sure I understand that last one, could someone explain it to me? 


And still no dealing with the reality that the stuff under discussion preceded the Trump Presidency.

Report Inappropriate Content
0
Kudos
196
Views
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Users
Announcements

Now until February 11, play this classic game online at AARP. Get in the game and play now.


jeopardy for aarp logo

Top Authors