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originally posted by: buster2010
originally posted by: User1138
a reply to: buster2010
I remember word of him trying to rework the big banks somehow and forcing the use of smaller ones. Hope they don't kill him before that lol.
If anything he is working to make it easier for big banks to take over small ones. If he really wanted to mess with the big banks then he would re-enforce the Glass-Steagall Act.
originally posted by: buster2010
originally posted by: Grambler
originally posted by: Moresby
I don't know if there will be an impeachment.
But there's far more evidence of obstruction of justice from Trump than their was against Nixon.
And obstruction was one of the articles of impeachment against Nixon that was passed by the House.
Nixon got nailed for deleting tapes right?
So the fact that all of those emails were requested for an investigation and Trump deleted them all with Bleach Bit is pretty damning!
Oh wait what Hillary isn't President? So your comparison is just a way to deflect the fact that you cannot refute what he said?
originally posted by: Wayfarer
There is no point in pursuing impeachment before the mid-term elections. Trump could be actively working with Putin as we speak, but as long as the Republican Congress is getting what they want out of the arrangement they are happy to allow Putin to pull the strings, so to speak. There is literally nothing that Trump could do that would get the Repub Congress to impeach him. Only if Democrats regain control of the senate will anything ever come of it.
Consider this: if the reports all come back with absolute proof of collusion, malfeasance, treason, etc. Would any Trump supporter here among this forum support him less? The answer is No, you would all just claim it was a grand conspiracy to defraud Trump. Thus, the only reason the Republican Congress has to impeach trump (base support wavering) is a non-issue because the base will support them no matter what.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: User1138
I see you are making up statistics on the spot to cover up your poor research skills. Also an open mind doesn't mean you believe anything you read on the internet. I've already spoken to you on ATS before so I know not to trust you. You need to do better than that.
originally posted by: olaru12
a reply to: antoinemarionette
It's gonna be great when Trump get back. The circus is in town!! Pity the Orange clown will be looking for a soft place to lay down.
The FEC, on the other hand, is charged exclusively with monitoring and enforcing the Federal Election Campaign Act. It bars foreign nationals, companies or governments from donating to U.S. campaign committees or from making expenditures "for the purpose of influencing" an election, and it also prohibits campaigns from coordinating with outside entities, including foreign ones.
The complaint by Fein’s group and the Campaign for Accountability alleges that Russia violated the foreign money ban when its state-run media outlets and social-media operations disseminated stories intended to boost Trump and damage Clinton. And the complaint contends that there is enough evidence for the FEC to investigate whether Trump’s associates violated campaign finance laws by coordinating with the Russians, which would run afoul of the coordination prohibition.
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: Grambler
You forgot Obama did the same thing with the Hillary investigation. He said she didn't break the law and it was just made up. Yet when trump does the same thing it's obstruction of justice.