Paul Manafort Trial

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#11 Re: Paul Manafort Trial

Postby fountainhall » Wed Aug 22, 2018 10:21 am

Gaybutton wrote:Mr. President, if you really want to make America great again, here's how to do it. Resign!

Beware a puritanical President Pence bearing PARDONS! Better surely that Trump is soon shackled by a Democratic controlled Congress until the end of his term.

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#12 Re: Paul Manafort Trial

Postby Captain Kirk » Wed Aug 22, 2018 4:27 pm

The future of Manafort and Cohen are both the same. if they know something that Trump wants kept hidden then they will be pardoned, if not they'll go down for quite a spell. Tell you something else though, Trump supporters will care not one jot.

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#13 Re: Paul Manafort Trial

Postby firecat69 » Thu Aug 23, 2018 10:36 pm

fountainhall wrote:
Gaybutton wrote:Mr. President, if you really want to make America great again, here's how to do it. Resign!

Beware a puritanical President Pence bearing PARDONS! Better surely that Trump is soon shackled by a Democratic controlled Congress until the end of his term.

Could not agree more BUT! Pence has shackled himself somewhat by his acting like a lapping dog when in the presence of Trump. Not sure he could even win the Republican Primary when voters start asking him why he did not let people know Trump was dangerous and a liar. Can't claim he did not know. I think he is damaged goods in a General Election .

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#14 Re: Paul Manafort Trial

Postby Gaybutton » Tue Aug 28, 2018 12:47 pm



Actually it seems unreasonable to me that Manafort is able to pay for a high class legal team with his ill-gotten gains. Too bad the judge didn't, or couldn't, restrict him to a public defender.


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