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User Image dayofdistress Posted: Apr 19, 2018 9:11 PM (UTC)

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The government of the Philippines, led by President Rodrigo Duterte, will hold its Independence Day celebration at Trump International Hotel in Washington.

The event, which will be held on June 12, comes at time when the Trump administration is considering whether to pursue a new trade deal with the Philippines.

President Trump has expressed admiration for Duterte, who has been waging a ruthless war against drugs by encouraging extrajudicial killings of drug users and dealers. The policies have resulted in thousands of deaths. "I just wanted to congratulate you because I am hearing of the unbelievable job on the drug problem. Many countries have the problem, we have a problem, but what a great job you are doing and I wanted to tell you that," Trump told Duterte in a telephone conversation last year obtained by The Intercept.
Anytime if you are in D.C. or anywhere, come see me in the Oval Office," he said.

Trump visited the Philippines in November, during his first trip through Asia as president. He said he "really enjoyed" his visit and has a "great relationship" with Duterte.

The Philippines is just the latest foreign government to host an event at the Trump hotel, located only a few blocks from the White House. The hotel has been the subject of lawsuits, with groups contending that Trump's ownership stake places him in violation of a clause in the Constitution that forbids the president from taking gifts from foreign governments. #impeachtrump #lockhimup #notmypresident #trump#maga#gop#dayofdistress #ivankatrump #jaredkushner #gop#trumpcrimefamily #dayofdistress #vote2018 #bluewave #dumptrump#humanrights#
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If Republicans were true patriots, they'd go to the mat for the country, not for a corrupt, morally bankrupt president. So why are they hedging? Our own Wise Woman Robin Alperstein explores in "Democracy is Not a Needle to be Threaded." #americanpolitics #democracy #stateofdisunion #robinalperstein #damemagazine
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User Image dayofdistress Posted: Apr 19, 2018 3:33 PM (UTC)

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#Repost @mtzm2018
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On Wednesday night at a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago, Bloomberg's Jennifer Jacobs asked President Donald Trump a simple question: Had he decided, in light of recent events, that it no longer was advantageous for him to sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller?

What came next was a word salad that amounted to a on-the-fly mashup of Trump's greatest hits when it comes to the ongoing Russia probe.

Trump said the phrase "no collusion" three times in the first sentence he uttered as an answer. He went on to say it twice more.
Regrann from @abcnews - #notmypresident #impeachtrump #lockhimup #mueller #treason#trumpcrimefamily #gop#maga#vote2018 #trump#donthecon
User Image backdoordraft Posted: Apr 19, 2018 2:06 PM (UTC)

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‪Trump is surrendering the Iraqi oil to Kremlin —-The great Russian oil game in Iraqi Kurdistan @ReutersBiz @ReutersPolitics #TrumpCrimeFamily #TrumpColluded
User Image dayofdistress Posted: Apr 19, 2018 2:01 PM (UTC)

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Repost @popularpolitics 'Students aren't quitting': Thousands plan walkouts to protest gun violence, mark 19 years since Columbine
Students at thousands of schools across the nation are planning to stage walkouts Friday to mark the 19th year since the Columbine High School massacre, an attack that marked a new era of gun violence. More than 2,300 events are planned for the National School Walkout, the latest mass protest organized by a student-led gun-control movement forged after a Valentine's Day shooting in Parkland, Fla., that left 17 people dead.

A Connecticut high school student started planning the walkouts the day of the Florida shooting. Lane Murdock, a sophomore at Ridgefield High School, says she hopes this walkout will rejuvenate the #NeverAgain movement and continue the dialogue about gun-control measures, including a ban on assault-styled weapons. Keeping up the momentum is important," Murdock said. "We saw that low after March for Our Lives, but students aren't quitting on this. Our generation is demanding change and won't be ignored or swept under the rug." @marchforourlives #gunreform#guncontrol#marchforourlives #impeachtrump #lockhimup #notmypresident #gop#maga#mueller #treason#dayofdistress #bluewave #vote2018 #trumpcrimefamily
User Image dayofdistress Posted: Apr 19, 2018 6:31 AM (UTC)

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Wall Street Journal -
Cohen Would Turn Against President if Charged, Counselor Warned Trump

One of President Donald Trump’s longtime legal advisers said he warned the president in a phone call Friday that Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer and close friend, would turn against the president and cooperate with federal prosecutors if faced with criminal charges.

Mr. Trump made the call seeking advice from Jay Goldberg, who represented Mr. Trump in the 1990s and early 2000s. Mr. Goldberg said he cautioned the president not to trust Mr. Cohen. On a scale of 100 to 1, where 100 is fully protecting the president, Mr. Cohen “isn’t even a 1,” he said he told Mr. Trump.

Mr. Cohen is under criminal investigation for potential bank fraud and campaign-finance violations. FBI agents raided Mr. Cohen’s home, hotel and office last week, seeking documents about, among other things, a $130,000 payment he made in October 2016 to a former adult-film actress to prevent her from publicly discussing an alleged sexual encounter with Mr. Trump in 2006, The Wall Street Journal previously reported, citing people familiar with the matter.​Messrs. Trump and Cohen deny such an encounter occurred.

Investigators are examining whether Mr. Cohen committed bank fraud in using a home-equity line of credit to pay the former porn star for her silence, as well as potential campaign-finance violations related to the payment, the people said.
Michael will never stand up [for you]” if charged by the government, Mr. Goldberg said he cautioned the president.#impeachtrump #lockhimup #notmypresident #gop#maga#mueller#treason#trumpcrimefamily #jaredkushner #ivankatrump #dayofdistress #vote2018 #dumptrump
Welp, March was great and with over an hour podcast (check the link in my bio @angryeducatedblackman ) there was plenty of content. Obis "Tyrone Why You Take They Money" was #1---- twas the 2nd best performing video of all-time in the past year. Big Sean NOT cheating on Jhene Aiko was #2 and also in the top 10 of all-time in the past year. Engagement is crazy and of course I appreciate y'all kicking it wit ya boi. Fuck Boi Jr and Aubrey O'Day were #3. 3000 dead dicks squeezed in at #4. And of course everybody need a little drip drip energy this summer. Much love, Thanks for watching, enjoy the weekend. #tbt .⠀
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User Image koomkie1978 Posted: Apr 19, 2018 5:16 AM (UTC)

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Regrann from @dayofdistress - New York Times -
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman of New York is moving to change New York state law so that he and other local prosecutors would have the power to bring criminal charges against aides to President Trump who have been pardoned, according to a letter Mr. Schneiderman sent to the governor and state lawmakers on Wednesday.

The move, if approved by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and the Legislature, would serve notice that the legal troubles of the president and his aides may continue without the efforts of Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Under the plan, Mr. Schneiderman, a Democrat, seeks to exempt New York’s double jeopardy law from cases involving presidential pardons, according to the letter, a copy of which was obtained by The New York Times. The current law and the concept of double jeopardy in general mean that a person cannot be tried for the same crime twice.

Right now, New York state law prevents people from being prosecuted more than once for crimes related to the same act, even if the original prosecution was in federal court. There are already a number of exceptions to the law, and the letter says that Mr. Schneiderman is proposing to add a new one that could be used if federal pardons are issued. #notmypresident #impeachtrump #lockhimup #gop#maga#trump#dayofdistress #vote2018 #bluewave #mueller #treason#trumpcrimefamily #regrann
User Image fawnknudsen Posted: Apr 19, 2018 1:30 AM (UTC)

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“Trump brought Cohen into the organization not because he was a lawyer but because he was a conduit for money from Russia and Ukraine. He’d been on a buying spree in the year or so before he was hired, buying up apartment units for him and members of his Ukrainian immigrant family. Trump wanted access to that spigot and more. But I’d never realized Shusterman ( Cohens father in law) was such a critical player – perhaps even already a source of cash for Trump.......Cohen has worshiped Trump since he was a high schooler – when Trump was king of the NYC tabs.” This article is worth reading in its entirety. #michaelcohen #taxicabmedallions #personallawyer #trumporganization #trumpcrimefamily #mafiaties #russianmob
User Image dayofdistress Posted: Apr 18, 2018 10:56 PM (UTC)

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New York Times -
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman of New York is moving to change New York state law so that he and other local prosecutors would have the power to bring criminal charges against aides to President Trump who have been pardoned, according to a letter Mr. Schneiderman sent to the governor and state lawmakers on Wednesday.

The move, if approved by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and the Legislature, would serve notice that the legal troubles of the president and his aides may continue without the efforts of Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Under the plan, Mr. Schneiderman, a Democrat, seeks to exempt New York’s double jeopardy law from cases involving presidential pardons, according to the letter, a copy of which was obtained by The New York Times. The current law and the concept of double jeopardy in general mean that a person cannot be tried for the same crime twice.

Right now, New York state law prevents people from being prosecuted more than once for crimes related to the same act, even if the original prosecution was in federal court. There are already a number of exceptions to the law, and the letter says that Mr. Schneiderman is proposing to add a new one that could be used if federal pardons are issued. #notmypresident #impeachtrump #lockhimup #gop#maga#trump#dayofdistress #vote2018 #bluewave #mueller #treason#trumpcrimefamily
User Image mistydawnmurdoch Posted: Apr 18, 2018 10:25 PM (UTC)

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