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originally posted by: queenofswords
President Trump tweeted about autism about 40 min. ago.
Today, I was proud to sign the Autism CARES Bill! We support research for Americans with Autism and their families. You are not forgotten, we are fighting for you!
Autists...get ready! Our president is fighting for you, too.
She said Biden, 76, “is a thoroughly decent human being who has served our country honorably and well for decades.”
“You could take any person who sticks their little head above the parapet and says, ‘I’m going to run for president,’ and find something that … a little annoying habit or other kind of behavior that people are going to pick apart and disagree with,” she continued.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: liveandlearn
This might be what's holding up DECLASSIFICATION of the FISA applications. Barr's cutting a deal with the Intel heads of those nations? ("If you tell us who in the Obama Admin asked you to do these things, we'll redact your identity in any Declassified documents and reports. Deal?")
Remember when Brennan and Schiff had kittens because Sue Gordon wasn't promoted to DNI?
Instead Trump asked for her resignation.
Brennan, who has become a vocal critic of the president, said he was "disappointed" to see Gordon departing, and noted that hers and Coats' simultaneous exit is "basically decapitating the intelligence community."
Maguire took over the role of acting director upon the departure of Dan Coats, just days after the whistleblower submitted the complaint to the inspector general.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he might name Sue Gordon as acting director of national intelligence after his first choice to lead the agency, congressman John Ratcliffe, decided to drop out.
Speaking to reporters, Trump said he likes Gordon, who is currently the agency’s No. 2 official. Trump also said he is considering a list of three people to lead the agency on a permanent basis and may make an announcement about his choice on Monday.
The only known description of Philip describes him as
a handsome, strapping fellow, bald but with a cheerful face of ruddy complexion, and a temperament much inclined towards good-living, wine, and women. He was generous to his friends, stingy towards those who displeased him, well-versed in the art of stratagem, orthodox in belief, prudent and stubborn in his resolves. He made judgements with great speed and exactitude. Fortune's favorite, fearful for his life, easily excited and easily placated, he was very tough with powerful men who resisted him, and took pleasure in provoking discord among them. Never, however, did he cause an adversary to die in prison. He liked to employ humble men, to be the subduer of the proud, the defender of the Church, and feeder of the poor"