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‘Deserve’s got nothing to do’

nearvideo whistleblower complaint against the President, Trump published

The whistleblower’s complaint calls into question the validity of the Trump-Ukraine call transcript. Two sections of the publicly released report have been made unrecognizable; Catherine Herridge reports.

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On the roster: “has Earn has nothing to do with it’ – I’ll tell You What: Not so impreachykeenment – Warren slips and steals Biden on ethics – Issa challenge, Duncan Hunter *ahem* got you devastated

‘DESERVE’S GOT NOTHING TO DO’
We begin with the premise that we don’t care about whether you think the study of the President of Trump‘s efforts to the Ukrainian government for the prosecution of his political opponents is “THE Biggest SCAM IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN POLITICS!” Grounds for immediate dismissal, or something in between.

We take care of ourselves in the sense that we are sure that you are sincere in your faith and we recognize, to think your God-given right to feel how you do it. What we mean is that, in order to detect what might happen, such feelings are obstacles. It’s hard to consider clearly, such as the results if you think in terms of your own beliefs.

This note, for example, would be a poor source for Major League Baseball forecast, as it is to win our position, that the St. Louis Cardinals will not only win, but it all deserves to everything.

As William Munny said to Little Bill Daggett right before he blew his head off with a Spencer repeating rifle, on a Salon floor: “Deserve has nothing to do with him.”

There are many people who think that Bill Clinton is wrong to beat, the rap, and even some who still think that Richard Nixon got a raw deal. If you are flipping through the back pages of enough bibliographies, maybe you will find even some historians with strong feelings about what happened to old Andy Johnson.

Woodrow Wilson was disabled by a stroke in his second term, with his wife as a kind of regent for his last 17 months in office, but Congress took no action. Warren Harding‘s administration – in particular his Interior and justice departments – was a swamp of corruption, but he was dead and buried before it came to light. Lyndon Johnson painfully abused the powers of office for political advantage, he but never in front of any impact.

The rightness or wrongness of a President, the actions are all but irrelevant in these matters. Whether supporters or critics of the above-mentioned men were correct or not, was irrelevant.

Now, this is not to say that the passionate partisans will howl that we’re all exposed to now not have an effect on what happens eventually.

Studies suggest that the home advantage in Sport only real, but likely the result of the referee, shows favoritism, because “the social atmosphere in the stadium.” The same applies to the statements of the President of misconduct.

We have said it many times before, but to repeat it is wearing: impeachment is a political matter, not a legal. And the referee here is the undecided or persuadable voters aren’t yet sure what to make of what happened.

But if you want to be a part of the work of the refs – filled screaming in the orc chasms of Twitter, or annoying friends and loved ones with forwarded E-Mails and Facebook posts- you probably want to still to be able to think clearly about where it goes from here.

And this is what we want to help you in the coming days. They have many other ways to get the latest information of what was said by this unnamed source, or what they can hear or not have shown. We remain focused on the political implications, because that is our job.

For the benefit of all people, who are out there fighting passionately for their side, whatever it is, we will do our best to not decide.

THE RULES: RE-TWEET
“The Union here was far more intimate, and its organization much wiser, than in the previous instance.” – Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, Federalist No. 18

TIME-OUT: ONCE UPON A TIME…
NatGeo: “The brothers Grimm published what is one of the most influential and best-known collections of folklore in the world. Children’s and household stories (children’s and household tales), and later under the title Grimm’s fairy tale, childhood-defining tales. The grimms, however, had not curating the collection as a collection for scholars of German culture, as a collection of good-night story for young readers. In the midst of the political and social turmoil of the Napoleonic wars (1803-1815), France conquered Germanic countries, Jacob and Wilhelm , were driven by nationalism to select, their homeland, and heritage. They were inspired by the German romantic writers and philosophers, who believed that the purest forms of the culture, glued to the municipality, which could be found in the stories from generation to generation. Storytelling expressed the essence of German culture, and reminded of the spirit and the fundamental values of the people. To preserve by excavating Germany’s oral traditions, which sought the brothers ‘urgent’, you go under . . . always silence in the noise of our time.'”

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INDICATOR
DEMOCRATIC 2020-POWER-RANKING
Biden: 27,6 points, (↓ 0.6 points from last wk.)
Warren: 20,8 points (↑ 0.6 points from last wk.)
Sanders: 16 points (↑ 0.8 points from last wk.)
Harris: 6.6 points (↓ 0.6 points from last wk.)
Buttigieg: 5.4 points (↑ 0.4 points from last wk.)
[Mean values Quinnipiac University, Fox News, NBC News/WSJ, CNN, and ABC News/WaPo are:.]

TRUMP JOB PERFORMANCE
Average Approval: 43 Percent
The average of the rejection: 54%
Net Result: -11 Percent
Change from a week ago: ↑ 1.8 percentage points
[Average, includes: Quinnipiac University: 40% approve, reject – 55%; Fox News: 45% approve, reject – 54%; NBC News/WSJ: 45% approve – 53% reject; Gallup: 43% approve – 54% lean; CNN: 42% approve – 54% disapprove.]

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I’LL TELL YOU WHAT: NOT SO IMPREACHYKEENMENT
This week Dana Perino and Chris Stirewalt discuss President Trump the phone with the Ukrainian President, like impeachment proceedings could impact on the 2020 presidential race, and Dana begins the countdown to Christmas. Plus, Chris answers trivia. LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE HERE

WARREN SLIPS IN AND STEALS BIDEN ON ETHICS
Fox News: “Sen. Elizabeth Warren illuminated their long-standing calls for the impeachment of President Trump at a campaign event on Wednesday, emphasized,” I hope that we do this and I hope that we will be this fast to do.’ But they also seemed to inadvertently side-swipe at the rival Democrats vying for the White house – the former Vice-President Joe Biden – about his family, the role in the Ukraine controversy, which led to the house of representatives to initiate a formal impeachment investigation of trump. Under questions from reporters after a town hall event in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire, the Massachusetts Democrat was asked whether she would allow to serve as your vice-President’s child is on the Board of the foreign company, if they were President. Warren quickly replied, ‘no.’ When asked why, she said, in a rare moment where she appeared to be nervous: “I don’t know it. I have to go back and look at the details.'”

Multi-family for Biden – Politico: “Joe Biden’s brother, said healthcare executives notes that the former Vice-President of the cancer initiative will be a promotion of their activity, according to one participant in the conversation, said, the promise came as part of a pitch on behalf of potential investors in the company. The statement is the latest of the many times Biden’s relatives called the former Vice-President and his political influence, to their private business. It is the first is that the Biden-cancer Initiative, a project that Joe Biden made the centerpiece of his post-White house life after the death of his son Beau. Biden’s brother, James, of the promise made to the executives of the Florida-based Integration of oral care while on a call, on or around the 8. November 2018, according to Michael Frey, managing Director of Diverse Medical Management, health care company, sued James Biden. At the time, James Biden’s business partners, a possible investment in the Integration, according to Frey, and court records.”

Sanders gives the Fans the stage in Iowa Des Moines Register: “As a Democratic candidate for President, [Bernie] Sanders often pushes its policy pugnaciously, framing it as a moral imperative, as much as practical issues. But in his recent four-day trip through Iowa, continued his high-volume preaching with stories of his followers. … Respondents who watched the September TV debate, where Sanders — who approached the debate stage with his typical zeal, but with a hoarse croak — were more likely to have an unfavorable view of him. The debates-stage Sanders, whose style is described by some, including one of his 2020 rivals, as “scream,” was less present in his the end of September Iowa swing, Instead, Sanders often gave the microphone to others to talk. … At his Iowa events, some of the personal stories be arranged in advance. But others are organic — hearing the stories of others inspired Sanders Fans tell their own.”

Biden leads the pack in Maryland, Goucher College: “The Goucher College poll asked Maryland democratic likely voters currently planning to vote for in the Maryland Democratic presidential primary… thirty-three percent of Maryland democratic likely voters say they will vote for Joe Biden, and 21 percent for Elizabeth Warren. Ten percent of the votes for Bernie Sanders, 6 percent for Kamala Harris, and 5 percent for Pete Buttigieg. All the other candidates deserve the support of 1 percent or less of the voters. Fifteen percent have no preference or are undecided. …Mileah Kromer, Director of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College, [said] ‘Democrats in Maryland are divided on whether they want a more moderate or progressive candidate, and whether the nomination of a candidate, the defeat can Trump, or according to their political preferences is their top priority.'”

ISSA CHALLENGE, DUNCAN HUNTER
NYT: “Darrell Issa, the former nine-term Congressman from California, will try to return to Congress calling for representative Duncan Hunter, the accused was in the last year, the establishment of a clash between two trump allies for a Republican of the most vulnerable places. Mr. Issa is expected to announce his challenge at a press conference on Thursday morning in the San Diego County district, according to two sources familiar with his decision. He had publicly pondered for months whether an offer to return to Congress, and started an exploratory committee in August. “I get a tremendous wave of encouragement from supporters in the district and around the state and across the country,’ Mr. Issa said in August in a statement published on the Committee website. Mr. Issa will probably bill the Republicans as a safer alternative than the incumbent.”

Michigan announces new automatic registration of voters – mlive’s: “Michigan took a leap into the modern era, announces a new registration of voters-politics on the National voter registration day. Secretary of state Jocelyn Benson announced [Tuesday] that the automatic registration of voters has officially been in Michigan, and online voter registration is available after the November election in 2019. “Making automatic voter registration for eligible citizens means more and more Michigan residents have said access to participation in our democracy,” Benson said in a press release. … Michigan joins 17 other States and the District of Columbia, the particular automatic registration of voters.”

PLAY-BY-PLAY
The Senate blocked Politically Trump the emergency Declaration on Wednesday for the second time –

The former French President, Jacques Chirac, passed away at 86 – Fox News

The judgment of the judge: An impeachable offense – Fox-News-opinion

AUDIBLE: IN ARIZONA
“If you don’t walk the line, then you’re out. This is just not right. This is not the party that belonged to my husband and me.” – Cindy McCain, the wife of the late Sen. John McCain, said that Politically, their views on the transformation of the Republican party.

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*AHEM* GOT YOU DEVASTATED
News24: “A South Korean mayor, each Tonne of garbage to get to a clean beach, the environmentalists, has said, I’m sorry for his deception. The officials lorries in the litter and waste that have already been covered, trash-strewn coasts, and scattered all over the pristine sand of South-West of Jindo. The following day, hundreds of volunteers scoured the shore and had the garbage as part of an event on the occasion of International Coastal Cleanup Day, a global event aimed at combating the scourge of sea-borne waste. “We brought in the waste management Styrofoam and other coastal rubbish collected from the surrounding areas, so that the 600 participants was the implementation of clean-up activities,” said Lee Dong-jin, Jindo county mayor, in a statement. His office, apologized for the trouble and said the event was meant to ‘create awareness about the severity of coastal waste.'”

AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“One day we will all be accountable for what we have and what we are in this villain of the year Now we have to take care of all of our conscience.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writes in the Washington Post on November 9. June, 2016.

Chris Stirewalt , the politics editor for Fox News. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. FOX News mid-term report in your Inbox every day wants? You can register here.

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