General Electile Dysfunction: an election that lasts longer than 4 days is a serious medical problem

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The Pendulum

Well-Known Member
Dec 30, 2015

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Gizmodo auditioning for the role of precog in the Bid三n Administration.



A Bad Dude
Jul 22, 2015
I'm noticing that people aren't making a particularly big deal about Trump not showing up to my bosses inauguration. No one else see that as an issue?


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Nov 14, 2019
Newly-impeached President Donald Trump is turning on some of his most trusted allies, and has reportedly ordered aides not to pay the legal fees of his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, as mounting legal threats and isolation close in on the president from all sides.

Trump expressed disappointment with some of Giuliani's legal moves in challenging the election results, and did not appreciate his demand for $20,000 a day in the failed push, two officials told the Washington Post.

The officials said the president is also demanding to personally approve all expenses incurred by Giuliani in his multi-state legal campaign to prove election fraud, which quickly fizzled in court.

It comes as Trump is said to be increasingly isolated in the final days of his term, lashing out even at once-trusted members of his loyal inner circle, as he faces legal jeopardy from multiple fronts and challenges to his family's business after leaving office.

Stripped of his ability to air his grievances on Twitter as the House on Wednesday voted to impeach him for a second time, Trump is said by insiders to be wallowing in 'self-pity' and furious that his allies aren't publicly defending him.