Impeachment Hearings Highly Probable Now?

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Trump Getting Worried

A new rumor heading out the door this weekend is that Donald Trump is beginning to worry about the possibility of facing impeachment hearings.

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In absolute honesty, I am pretty shocked we have not yet crossed that bridge. Leaving Trump President is the equivalent of handing the keys to patients at an insane asylum.

In either case, on the eve of a brand new week, it’s starting to look a lot like impeachment hearings are more probable than ever.

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And Trump is beginning to worry.

Some of the allegations against that are being levied against Trump were revealed through a sentencing memo written by federal prosecutors for the president’s ex-lawyer Michael Cohen.

In that document, references Trump as “Individual 1,” says that the president led the criminal conspiracy to pay off two women with whom he allegedly had extramarital affairs.

Which is in fact, cause for impeachment hearings into the conduct of one Donald J Trump.

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Robert Mueller has been connecting the dots and has in fact found; obstruction intended to hide the truth about the Trump campaign, Trump, his business organization, and his family from the investigators and our nation.

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Trump has no more henchmen because they all turned on him in the end and it is abundantly clear that he is not going to be able to bully his way out of this one

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been able to get indictments against 33 people in his ongoing investigations with regards to the Trump campaign and if they colluded with Russia in the 2016 presidential election.

No one however, has been charged for colluding with Russia, but various other crimes have been uncovered. Robert Mueller’s final report is expected soon, and word on the hill indicates that many politicians are suggesting that the president could be impeached, or even criminally indicted and jailed.

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Let’s all just hope for number 2 here because that is the only way we’ll ever be able to take the mans Twitter account away.

 

Cristal M Clark

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China Scolds Trump – Like a Parent Does a Child

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Donald Trump – Stop Your ‘Emotional Venting’ on Twitter

In a shocking yet comical turn of events, China has elected to scold Trump with regards to his ‘emotional venting’ on Twitter.

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Personally, I say Kudo’s to China, American’s are sick of it, we’ve heard that other countries are sick of it and it’s nice to finally see one of those other countries stand up and actually say something about it so openly and so very honestly.

The story goes a little something like this:

On Monday of this week, Xinhua, Beijing’s official news agency, published an editorial basically describing Trump’s childish Twitter habit as “emotional venting.”

That editorial as luck would have it was shared pretty widely on other Chinese news websites.

“Trump is quite a personality, and he likes to tweet, but emotional venting cannot become a guiding policy for solving the nuclear issue on the peninsula.” referring to the Korean Peninsula.

Now of course, the editorial was in direct response to Trump feeling the need to try to bully China to do more with regards to North Korea via Twitter last weekend where he suggested that China could easily solve the problem with North Korea.

Some would argue however, that Trump does have a point being that China is North Korea’s largest trading partner.

Beijing does in fact have some leverage over Pyongyang and they could ‘help’ get North Korea to the negotiating table.

If they wanted to of course. Nothing says that they have to do that.

They very well could have some pretty good reasons not to do that. Which I am guessing that our mainstream media and Trump have elected to not bother with getting all of the facts for or even with finding out why China is not using trade in an effort to get North Korea to the table talking.

Sometimes it’s best to ask the foreign country in question why they are not doing something in a private and discreet manner rather than offend them by Tweeting very publicly and openly, thus insulting said country.

This answers the third part of the equation, Trump doesn’t have any type of good approach that he can use with North Korea other than insult them via Twitter which I am more than sure is so very tempting for him, however I am guessing he has been “asked” to refrain from doing that.

Sure, Trump could elect to try to take out North Korea’s nuclear facilities, but the popular theory with regards to that is, that it would cause North Korea to retaliate against South Korea and Japan. Both of which are not good.

Trump could try sanctions which if I am not mistaken we are already utilizing to some extent, and well let’s just say it’s not really working like one would hope.

Lastly, he could try diplomacy but let’s be completely honest here, it’s Trump we are talking about, he is so not the guy who is cut out for that as he continues to show us. Even if he were to pick someone to do it for him, given some of his picks for staff…if it were me, I’d leave that one alone for now.

If we were to look back just a few weeks ago, on June 20th, Trump was praising China for their efforts in trying to work to get North Korea to agree to talks.

Then shortly thereafter it was learned that Chinese trade with North Korea pretty decently increased 37.4 percent within the 1st quarter of this year compared to the same period in 2016.

So naturally, the White House then retaliated by slapping sanctions on a Chinese bank, a Chinese company of some sort, and two Chinese individuals for their ties to North Korea, also back in June.

While that does not excuse China for not helping, it most certainly does very little so as to entice them to help. What’s more, what happens to the lost trade, anyone else going to step in and make up for it or…

So yes, it’s easy to just say things but the reality is that, negotiating trade and making it a form of punishment does carry economic repercussions, some good but, mostly bad.

China is looking out for China, as they should, as any other country in this world would if they found themselves in the very same shoes, on any given day.

Something Trump would do well to ponder before running off and Tweeting insults aimed other countries.

Cristal M Clark

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President Donald Trump

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Well he did it!

Donald Trump the now president elect will serve as the 45th president of the United States.

Not shocking, at least in my mind. I said early on, he was a change that the people were wanting.

Even less shocking however is the aftermath.

While the media wants to tell us what his first days in office might look like, how this happened in fact, CNN called the majority of voters in one state, uneducated white voters this AM… everyone has seemingly ignored the people, as in the individuals.

That’s right, both those that voted for him and those that did not vote for him.

No one wants to hear at this moment in time what the media thinks Trump needs to do within his first days in office, the people want Trump to hear them, see them and know the people he will now serve.

If one were to take a casual stroll through social media, you might begin to get a much more clear picture of how voters, foreign states and the world is feeling this morning.

The nation was already deeply divided before the election, its even more so now that the election is over.

In looking through social media, American citizens are expressing a pretty evenly divided mix of, happiness, angst, hatred, intolerance, anxiety, fear, disgust, discontent and even a slight un-happiness in general.

Stocks took a huge tumble, foreign states have expressed that they are uncertain of future relations with the US, fear of the US and some have accused Americans of voting for a clown.

This nation is even more deeply divided, battered and bruised than it was.

Perhaps, a smart move on the part of our newly elected president would be to focus on the citizens, the little people, those that elected him and those that did not vote for him and help to begin healing this deeply divided and torn nation as a whole.

As a nation, as a people, like it or not, agree with the vote or not, the majority have spoken and elected Donald Trump to serve as our nations leader.

We must come together if for no other reason than to rise above this rift that has divided our nation and each other.