ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

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By Thursday, Apr 13 We the People  4 Comments

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2017/04/12/president-trumps-throughly-confusing-fox-business-interview-annotated/?utm_term=.0b8dc4a25971

TRUMP: So what happens is I said we’ve just launched 59 missiles heading to Iraq and I wanted you to know this. And he was eating his cake. And he was silent.

BARTIROMO:  (INAUDIBLE) to Syria?


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  1. Patrick Fennell says:

    At least Trump backs up his talk. Remember Obama’s red line? Remember his bragging about Syria not having poisonous gas? Obama was a big wimp and lead from behind.

    1. Dara says:

      Obama actually tried to get Congressional approval, which wasn’t forthcoming. Also, Trump told Putin (and therefore Syria) where and when he was bombing. All for show for his die hard backers who still don’t want Syrian refugees to take shelter here.

      1. Patrick Fennell says:

        Dara, do you have a spine or just hide in corners? Obama killed thousands of people, mostly with drones and kept us in war the entire eight years of his reign. Notice Wall Street who make billions on wars backed Hillary and not Trump?

  2. james m says:

    What a perverted sense of accomplishment. In reality, the big fool has managed in less than his first 100 days in office, to kill more women and children as well as as allies than ISIS fighters. What a fine example of amerikan leadership. This coming from a campaigner for less foreign adventurism.

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