1. @Ethan Bailey are you really that ignorant Ethan she cooperated completely. She came in front of a republican committee for different times about her emails four different times it didn’t claim the fifth one time. Y’all are such an embarrassment

  1. He is complying, not cooperating. Same as he did with J6 committee. Maybe DOJ can put more pressure on him. Threat of jail makes some talk a little more.

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      FBI you can get a new phone number for me πŸ€πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜€

    1. @Leroy Sanders but that’s assuming members of the GOP would have a spine, or something resembling a spine, anything other than the sniveling, self-serving trough feeders they’ve been revealed to actually be.

    2. His parents didn’t teach him, it’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game. Trump is a spoiled sport. This is very immature.

  2. We shall see how completely he has responded. He didn’t give the Select Committee everything. He needs to cough up the rest. THERE IS NO EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE!

    1. Well, there could be a little, since His Loser was in Lame Duck; but one would think the current Executive could make sure they are real Executive concerns, or plots to overthrow the government.

    2. @Follower of Jesus Christ I guess you think the United States Constitution was created by your Greek god with the Greek name Jesus. Well, it is a democracy. I suppose your religion can possibly become the religion of this country if you vote to make it so, majority ruled, but then Jesus, Yeshu was his Hebrew name actually was an orthodox Jew not a gentile and followed the Torah laws. SHALOM.

    1. @Pam Jones 100% with you here, but the force of deflection is strong with that one (@John), as always with the disciples of semi-45

    2. @Pam Jones Because she didn’t write it in a diary in that context. She was at a sort of rehab house and in these programs you write in journals as part of your recovery. I don’t know exactly what she wrote, if it was true, or why she wrote it. But she apparently left her belongings there when she left the house, which is actually quite common.

    1. He has pleaded the bigly-est pleas in the likes that the world has ever seen, bigly. They say, Sir, your pleas are the best.

  3. I love how we have gotten so used to these clowns evading the law that actually complying with a SUBPOENA makes headline news.

    1. @Chuck Taylor I’m confused. Do you want more war or less war. Why didn’t trump run Putin out of Crimea? They are good friends.

  4. I like my current boss and would do what he tells me to do, however I would not go to prison for him. I can’t understand why so many people are willing to risk their freedoms over a man like Trump.

    1. @Follower of Jesus Christ “eye for an eye and tooth for a tooth” ? Chill bro.. no Armaggedon and let’s talk instead

  5. β€œIn my administration, I’m going to enforce all laws concerning the protection of classified information. No one will be above the law. One of the first things we must do is to enforce all classification rules and to enforce all laws relating to the handling of classified information.” Trump (September 2016)

    1. @F. Frederick Skitty You forgot to mention greed. There is no telling where the files are, or who has all the missing files from the empty folders. His self importance and his need to have private information to USE against others is in there too. Such a pitiful excuse for a human being. πŸ˜•

  6. I have been thinking that I would make a proposition to my Republican friends … that if they will stop telling lies about the Democrats, we will stop telling the truth about them.
    – Adlai Stevenson

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      Vinci good πŸ‘ good morning good luck with your job safe love love you love love

  7. Executive privilege rests with the current executive. It goes to accountability. You can hide the criminality while in office but not when you leave.

    1. @Ray Whitehead No. Executive privilege rests totally with the actual executive. trump’s wrong doing is not covered by executive privilege.

  8. It gets me that they don’t see themselves as people who broke any laws even when they know they broke laws: they just regard it as a law that somebody didn’t draft properly with the exclusions that cover important people like themselves.

  9. Any delay in this investigation of these classified documents increases our national security threat and the lives of numerous individuals around the country who have cooperated with our government helping our national security. That is the most important topic of this investigation. Shame on everybody who’s involved in the stalling of this.

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      Cams are good with good luck with your job πŸ“±πŸ˜ 

  10. Congress needs to legally define the limits of Executive Privilege. Especially, related to use of privilege to hide criminal activity. If “more likely than not’ a crime is being hidden by privilege then ALL COMMUNICATIONS by THAT person should become public. ( Except national security issues)

  11. “This American carnage stops right here & stops right now.”

    –Trump’s Inaugural lies & bullshit Speech, Jan 20, 2017.

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