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    If his claim is confirmed, whichever "rogue" or other group among Obama led agencies were behind the salacious "unverifiable" fakish "news" could be finished.


    CNBC
    Donald Trump says he's a 'germaphobe' as he dismisses salacious allegations

    Dan Mangan
    1 Hour Ago

    Donald Trump poo-pooed rumors of salacious activities in Russia, noting to reporters Wednesday that he is "very much a germaphobe."
    The president-elect's dismissal of the allegations came a day after unsubstantiated reports that Russian intelligence had information about him as a result of a secret video showing him in compromising — and disgusting — circumstances.

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    In recent days, an NBC pundit (MJ host) had communicated an opinion (that could be seen as a subtle threat) on air a couple of times at least that agencies would leak Trump's presidency to death if he did not stop his criticism of their assessments (not in exact same exact words).

    In case this plot had Obama's handlers involvement or covert blessing as a payback for perceived insults of Obama by Trump/Putin such as below, that may also be not good news for O's handlers.

    Trump seems to be mostly getting a pass on this. He allegedly said he hopes Putin will like him few minutes after claiming that Putin had referred to Obama with n-word.

    Trump implies Putin called Obama the N-word

    By Caitlin Yilek
    Donald Trump on Wednesday implied that Russian President Vladimir Putin has used the N-word when talking about President Obama and said he would command more respect as president.
    “Putin has said things over the last year that are really bad things,” Trump said at a press conference in Florida. “He mentioned the N-word one time. I was shocked to hear him mention the N-word.” Trump said Putin has “a total lack of respect” for Obama.
    “No. 1, he doesn’t like him. And No. 2, he doesn’t respect him,” the billionaire said.
    Trump then asserted that Putin would have more respect for him if he succeeds Obama in the White House.
    “I think he’s going to respect your president if I’m elected, and I hope he likes me,” he said.
    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/...-talking-about

    Trump invites Philippines President who had called Obama "son of a whore" twice

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wC1NGWM8gP8

    Big pharma also got attacked by Trump today along with CNN and buzzfeed.

    He had managed to defeat all his GOP rivals and then notorious Clinton machine, Obama-media-moderate neocons cabal.. this would be different kind of fight ahead for him.




    Related

    BuzzFeed has fabricated fake news in the past


    When war is pre-packaged for sharing

    Here's one of the more-discussed critiques of Israel's social media campaign, in which a writer for the site BuzzFeed created a fake tweet from the Israel Defense Forces:

    MT @idfspokesperson: I just ousted Hamas as the mayor of Gaza on @foursquare!
    — Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) November 15, 2012

    That post, in which the author appears to mock use of social media, also raised questions about humor during a violent conflict, and the authenticity of information on social networks.
    "Does a journalist faking a tweet from an official govt account cross a line?" asked Alex Howard, a writer at O'Reilly Media.

    BuzzFeed's co-founder came to the defense of that tweet's author:

    @mathewi @digiphile clearly humor, not fabrication. It's OK if it made u laugh, over the line if it didn't, that's the problem with humor!
    — Jonah Peretti (@peretti) November 16, 2012

    Some criticism takes a more serious tone.

    http://www.cnn.com/2012/11/16/tech/s...r-gaza-israel/



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    Doesn't surprise me that Trump is Germaphobic. He hates Muslims and gays. Only natural he hates Germans too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    Doesn't surprise me that Trump is Germaphobic. He hates Muslims and gays. Only natural he hates Germans too.
    Asa certified German 'Murican I'm offended. And triggered, and probably a few other things as well. Leaving my options open here....
    Quote Originally Posted by misterx View Post
    Yeah, I like cops. They keep the streets safe. Get over it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    The Fed is NOT safe from audit, Trump has said he wants to audit the fed and we may have some bills coming up soon.

    Trump is helping Rand pass his healthcare plan, if you think Trump actually supported RyanCare then you are foolish and you need to go read the threads where I addressed this topic. Rand was talking to Trump 2-3 times a week, and Rand told Trump straight up it wasn't going to pass, it didn't have the votes. Trump knew it wasn't going to pass, so he supported it to make sure it was all Paul Ryan's failure and none of it could be blamed on him. Trump hates Paul Ryan.

    Trump is going to help save Syria, with Russia's help.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mordan View Post
    It is not about brainwashing. You can support Trump for practical reasons. I think Danno is right about the Syria missile strikes helping Trump politically in the US. The media stopped talking about the sickening russian narrative. Proof again it was just a hoax to manipulate the public opinion.

    Trump made a good call as a politician. Libertarian souls can bitch all they want about principles and being conned. Trump is going to disappointed again. I have enough hairchest.

    Just answer the question. Which game is Trump playing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    Doesn't surprise me that Trump is Germaphobic. He hates Muslims and gays. Only natural he hates Germans too.
    Hard to tell which is real, which is fake news these days.

    Trump: 'I'm much better for the gays' | TheHill
    thehill.com/blogs

    Trump to CNN: 'I love the Muslims' - CNN.com
    http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/19/politi...ms-controversy
    Sep 20, 2015

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    Urine is sterile until it passes the urethra.
    ďI donít think that there will be any curtailing of Donald Trump as president,Ē he said. "He controls the media, he controls the sentiment [and] he controls everybody. Heís the one who will resort to executive orders more so than [President] Obama ever used them." - Ron Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPUd View Post
    Urine is sterile until it passes the urethra.
    Tell that to a germaphobe.
    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
    "dumpster diving isn't professional." - angelatc


    "Each of us must choose which course of action we should take: education, conventional political action, or even peaceful civil disobedience to bring about necessary changes. But let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    "Paul said "the wave of the future" is a coalition of anti-authoritarian progressive Democrats and libertarian Republicans in Congress opposed to domestic surveillance, opposed to starting new wars and in favor of ending the so-called War on Drugs."

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    germaphobe means your allergic to recent germs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPUd View Post
    Urine is sterile until it passes the urethra.
    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    Tell that to a germaphobe.
    It appears some politicians in other lands are not germaphobes lol


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=342JWjxj5kc

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    Is Obama using Russia to force a wedge between Trump and his party?

    David Klion

    If Donald Trump tries to remove Obama’s new sanctions, he could face GOP blowback. If he doesn’t, he could damage his relationship with Putin

    ‘For Obama, Russia is thus a uniquely effective wedge issue, with the potential to divide the president-elect from his party.’ Photograph: Alexei Nikolsky/Ria Novosti/Krem/EPA

    Last modified on Friday 6 January 2017 07.06 EST

    President Barack Obama’s decision to hit back at Russia for its alleged interference in the US presidential election, by imposing new sanctions Thursday and expelling 35 suspected intelligence officers, comes at a delicate time. With just three weeks remaining in office, Obama is in what is traditionally regarded as a lame duck phase, as a snarky tweet from the Russian embassy in the UK drove home.
    But this is no ordinary transition. President-elect Donald Trump is urging Americans “to get on with our lives” rather than act on the intelligence community’s consensus that Russia hacked the Democratic National Committee with the intent of swaying the election in his favor. Obama therefore sees this as the last chance to hold Russia accountable and to limit Trump’s options for rapprochement with Vladimir Putin after 20 January.

    On Friday morning, Putin announced he would not be expelling US intelligence officers in response, a clear sign of his optimism about the imminent Trump administration. However, Obama has suggested that additional covert actions may be taken against Russia in the near future. A true reciprocal response would involve the release of hacked information about top Russian officials.

    This kind of weaponized transparency has a certain appeal, as the reactions across the political spectrum to the DNC hacks have demonstrated. But there’s also a dangerous potential for escalation, as neither the US nor Russia has clearly defined cyberwar laws. This danger is exacerbated by the maddening fact that an unstable ignoramus is about to assume control of the US national security apparatus, and no one knows how he might use it.

    Trump has consistently indicated a desire to improve US-Russian relations, with the encouragement of several advisers and planned cabinet appointees who have close ties to Moscow. This puts him at odds with the longstanding position of the Republican party, which includes hawks such as Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham, both of whom are now pressing for an investigation into Russia’s role in the election.


    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...mp-republicans

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    Ex-British Spy Who Prepared Trump Dossier Flees Home

    Wednesday, 11 Jan 2017 10:15 PM
    Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence officer who was revealed to be the author of a controversial dossier on President-elect Donald Trump, has fled his home amid the backlash of his report being made public, and fears for his safety, The Daily Mail reported.

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    Just wait till they find out how cheese is made and how many different types of microbes live in their intestines.






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