Trump Doubles Down On Threat To End Press Briefings, Won’t Commit To Keeping Sean Spicer [VIDEO]

Fox News this afternoon released a portion of an interview Trump has done with nutcase Jeanine Pirro in which he doubles down on this morning’s tweeted threat to pull back on press briefings. Not only that, Trump wouldn’t commit to keeping Spicey around much longer. Via Mediaite:

“Is Spicer your press secretary today and tomorrow?” Pirro asked. “Will he be tomorrow?” “He’s doing a good job, but he gets beat up,” the president responded. When pressed by Pirro on whether he’ll be there the following day, Trump merely noted that Spicer’s “been there since the beginning.”

It was reported earlier this week that White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was being “evaluated” when she took over for Spicer this week at the podium, suggesting that Trump could be looking to make a switch.

This all comes on the heels of reports that the president was extremely angry over the way his communications team handled the news of his firing FBI Director James Comey, even though he gave them very little forewarning.

  • Mike C

    One of the nastiest people I have ever encountered in real life was Jeanine Pirro.

    • Chucktech

      Ooo, man, she sounds like a real piece of work…

      • Bryan

        Her mellifluous voice triggers my ASMR, lololol

    • Ernest Endevor

      When she comes on TV I hide behind a sofa and all the dogs bark.

      • agcons

        Blucher!

    • MonochromeMouse

      She also looks like a Gilbert Gottfried in drag sex doll.

    • fuzzybits

      I would love to see Andrea Martin do an impersonation of her.

      • Mike C

        It would be very meta since Jeanine’s been doing a Lee Grant impersonation her entire career.

    • kaydenpat

      How did you meet her? I recall when she ran for a public office and lost because of her sleazy husband.

    • Ninja0980

      I remember her run for AG her and how it imploded.
      Was a great show to watch.

    • Acronym Jim

      My first real exposure to her was her interviews for the Documentary “The Jinx.”

      She made Robert Durst look downright charming by comparison.

    • ChrisInKansas

      Story??

      • Mike C

        A lifetime ago I was doing some work at a catering hall and there was an event where she was going to receive an award. I was taking tickets at the entrance. She passed with a group and tried to collect a ticket from her. She didn’t like that I didn’t know who the DA from 3 counties away was………….

  • Lazycrockett
    • Jonathan Smith
    • kaydenpat

      Good. Dems are going hard. It will be interesting to see how all this mess ends.

      • Todd20036

        I’ll settle for it not ending. Trump cannot start too many wars or build too many camps with 1/2 a government.

      • GayOldLady

        He’s giving the Dems so much ammunition they don’t even have to work at it.

        • Todd20036

          And the Trumpanzees are twisting themselves in knots trying to justify Trump’s behavior.

          • GayOldLady

            Brother, that’s the truth! The pretzel logic coming from the Trump supporters is so twisted it’s hysterical. We’ve even seen some of them here. I don’t know why they feel the need to try to convince those of us who didn’t vote for The-Worst-President-Ever, that he’s weaving some sort of master plan to save the world during his daily fits of madness. The man is just fuckin crazy, period!

          • Todd20036

            Especially when all one has to ask is: if Obama did this or Clinton, you’d be ok with it. Right?

          • Sashineb

            Yeah, I took a peek over at Alex Jones site. Whoa!!!

        • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

          This administration will end either in the dissolution of the U.S. Government, or Republicans. I guarantee it.

        • cleos_mom

          My misgivings center around the Dems’ historical reluctance to use even the most effective ammunition — unless it’s to shoot themselves in the foot.

    • Jerry

      LOL…and me, being rather shallow, got my new shoes today and instantly was hoping they wouldn’t be out of date before I get to wear them at DC and NYC pride next month: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7d48c8d918637ccc915925ec9caa4f7383864927f9253bcefbd5275f4896ed6b.jpg

      • Jerry

        But I guess they’ll also work for whatever GOP asshole they get to replace him.

    • Bad Tom

      Trolls respond with “BUT HILLARY’S EMAILS!!!” And think that’s an effective response. To the House Judiciary Committee.

      LOL.

  • Treant

    So? End them, and the news will simply fact check the briefs you put out. Go right ahead.

    Honestly, fuckwad, a threat has to actually take away something for it to mean anything. Not getting lied to daily isn’t a threat, it’s a gift.

    • kaydenpat

      Exactly. Press briefings which don’t tell us anything useful or truthful are completely unnecessary.

    • popebuck1

      His staff would probably just be relieved, too. Fewer conflicting stories to keep track of.

  • MonochromeMouse

    Has there been this much insane infighting in a “presidential” administration during the first 6 months of any other president’s first term before. It looks like the whole thing is crumbling bigly.

    • j.martindale

      Maybe in Lincoln’s term.

      • edrex

        i can tell you one thing for damn sure. this didn’t happen to andrew jackson!

    • kaydenpat

      Not in my lifetime. Times like these make me miss “No Drama, Obama” even more.

  • Gerry Fisher

    At the beginning of his presidency–doesn’t that seem like such a long time ago?–I was worried that such a thing would be part of the unraveling of our liberal Democracy. Now that his downfall has reached this level of momentum, I don’t think that canceling press briefings will matter all that much. Things are taking on a life of their own.

  • Uncle Mark

    Go ahead, Dumbfuck Drumpf. End the press briefings. Do it at your own peril. Without Spicy or Huckabee’s spawn trying to spin your insane tweet rants, statements, and behavior into something resembling sanity…to calm down most Americans, you’ll have a full-scale uprising on your hands. Personally, I’d much prefer to go pitchfork shopping than watching CNN.

    • Tawreos

      If you’re getting the pitchforks, I’ll get the torches.

      • Uncle Mark

        Who needs torches when it’s so easy to set Trumpanzees’ hair on fire. They can double as torches. (I’m all about killing 2 birds with one stone.)

        • Tawreos

          Machetes then, got it

        • fuzzybits

          I’m sure donnie’s hair would go up like the 4th. of July with all the hair spray.

      • David Walker

        I’m good for the tar and feathers.

        • Uncle Mark

          Excellent !! Kellyanne is in desperate need for a new look

        • Tawreos

          If someone brings the alcohol then we have a party

        • robindaybird

          Anyone got a rail?

        • cleos_mom

          The traditional drumming-out-of-town routine would be almost as satisfying, especially if the drummers get free drinks.

          Or maybe as satisfying. Tarring and feathering would produce extended whining over assault; being drummed out of town, while not causing any physical injury, was specifically intended to totally humiliate the victim publicly. Hit ’em in the most tender spot.

      • Cattleya1

        I’ve got 3 – I’ll be glad to bring them!

    • Nic Peterson

      Ok, good, seeing as you are going in that direction could you pick one up for me. I think RED tines will match the rest of my ensemble. I will stay here and guard the Chardonnay.

      • Uncle Mark

        Maybe we can get an angry mob group discount on the pitchforks AND Chardonnay

        • UrsusArctos

          Pick up some Dalwhinnie Winter’s Gold or 1989 scotch and I’m in!

    • kaydenpat

      Actually, I don’t believe that Spicey or Huck did a good job spinning Trump’s tweets. Trump’s insane rantings aren’t spinnable. The most you can do is try to downplay their craziness but there’s no way you can explain them in a way that renders them sensible.

      That would be like me trying to explain my dogs’ woofs. Only the dogs know what they’re trying to say. Only Trump gets Trump.

      • Uncle Mark

        You’re right; however in my defense I did say that they are “trying.” I never said anything about succeeding, except to muddy the waters enough to keep all-out panic from taking hold. I can’t remember in my lifetime ANY American president, who required so many people to “re-interpret” or “translate” anything/everything he said or wrote

  • bkmn

    For this administration – press briefings are a waste of time and resources, especially for journalists that could win a Pulitzer for doing some real, old-fashioned journalism instead of getting yet another useless quote from this bunch of liars.

    • Gustav2

      Yes, but what would we do for entertainment every weekday afternoon?

      • fuzzybits

        Go outside.

        • Gustav2

          Will be mulching all weekend! YAY!

          • fuzzybits

            Mulch vs. Trump? The answer is obvious.

          • Cattleya1

            Maybe mulching over 45?

  • PickyPecker
  • agcons

    I’m not sure what swapping out Huckabee for Spicer would accomplish, but by all means engage in something as useful as re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic, Donnie.

    • bkmn

      Someone over on TPM (a commenter, not one of their writers) referred to her as Shitty-Spice. I like that.

  • Paula

    Sean Spicer being the fine example of republican manhood would never accept unemployment benefits.

    • fuzzybits

      Ha Ha!

    • edrex

      republicans don’t accept government handouts like unemployment, do they?

      • popebuck1

        They’re FAR too proud.

    • kaydenpat

      He can go back to donning a bunny rabbit suit like back in the day.

      http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/03/politics/sean-spicer-easter-bunny/

      • CharlestonDave

        At this point, I’m guessing he would spin it as a promotion.

        Working memoir title: “From Bunny and Back”

  • fuzzybits
  • bkmn

    Is this advice he got from the new DC law firm that he just retained for legal counsel?

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5949ca934eaf13867d3e4d1674fd5ee1e1343e974f094e572bb129a3bc8fa465.jpg

    • Todd20036

      Hardly. They’re way too intelligent.

      More like Liberty U Law Firm

      • djcoastermark

        Or as I like to call them – lil bitty law firm from lil bitty University.

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    • Jerry

      Could you imagine being WH counsel right now? “Hey, idiot! STFU!”

      • bkmn

        You must not speak of these matters in front of Hair Furor. Speak only when spoken too, always address him as Divine Leader or Supreme Leader, pledge your children’s lives to him, never allow him to be served steak that has not been cooked beyond recognition and NEVER, ever allow his steak to be served without catsup.

    • Kruhn

      Also attorneys for Click and Clack and the Car Talk crew.

  • MikeBx2

    Good. Democrats can hold a daily briefing instead.

    • kaydenpat

      That’s actually a great idea on par with Democratic Representatives attending Town Hall meetings which cowardly Republican Representatives refuse to attend.

  • pj

    all government workers should go on strike until a special prosecutor is named.

    • kaydenpat

      Not sure that would be a good idea after what Reagan did to the striking Air Traffic Controllers.

  • colo303

    Because Sarah “Crooked Eye” Huckabee Sanders would be SOOOOO much better!
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fb4b6aaa3d4bf3f0da0c713d5d6eb28d4d74e373240906f375da8b53605e2584.jpg

    • fuzzybits
      • Todd20036

        Yeah, that Huckabee looks like she’d eat the dog the son killed.

    • kaydenpat

      That’s how you look when you lie too often. Children, take heed.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      Shannon doherty, my partners brother, and this chick all have an eye lower than the other. Thats got to have some medical term.
      I dont know about doherty but the other two are jerks

      • popebuck1

        Alfred E. Neuman syndrome.

      • Lumpy Gaga

        Doherty was a rabid rotwinger, and by all accounts, an unpleasant personality.

      • colo303

        Hypotrophia

    • Jay George

      Bet Melissa McCarthy can do a kick ass impersonation of her too. 😉

    • UrsusArctos

      Awwww, Don’t pick on Sarah “Honey Doo Doo” Huckabee Sanders. She’s still trying to get over her puppy going missing. /snark

      • ScubaBearLA

        Did her brother torture and kill it, I wonder?

    • glass

      Someone needs to teach this “sarah” dude how to properly do drag. He looks wayyy too much like a guy in a dress.

  • colo303

    Comey was “there since the beginning” and look what happened to him.

    • cleos_mom

      When you lie down with dogs, you get up covered with dog hair.

  • David L. Caster

    Go ahead, asshole. See what that gets you.

    What a complete jerk.

  • liondon#iamnotatraitor
    • Todd20036

      Never gets old!

  • Michael R
    • Paula

      Wouldn’t that be absolutely grinning hilarious. He wouldn’t make it through the first one with having a breakdown.

  • Tawreos

    I have to admit I feel bad for Sean Spicer right now. As someone who once found out I was fired in a local paper I know how much it can hurt that his job is being discussed like this.

    • BearEyes

      ouch

    • Gustav2

      I was going to be fired on a Friday and a bitch in the office wrote a global to all our customers on Thursday night after I had left. She forgot our customers liked me, they called and emailed me at my home to say they were going to miss me.

      • Ernest Endevor

        My fave was an actress I know – sweet woman – who found out that her contract wasn’t going to be renewed when she came in for the evening show to be told by one of the stage hands “Hey! They spent all day auditioning your replacement!”

        • Gustav2

          I think the owner, dumbass Harvard grad who was never clear with instructions, wanted her to write the global to be ready to send on Friday, but she was happy I was leaving so she just hit “send” after he had approved the wording.

          • Ernest Endevor

            Class will out.

    • CottonBlimp

      I’d feel bad for him if he was basically any other human being. Why people keep agreeing to be toadies for Trump, someone who can’t even show any degree of appreciation towards his own ass-kissing sycophants, is fucking beyond me.

      • Tawreos

        My pity for him is somewhat lessened by his choosing to work for a man who had a show in which he publicly fired people.

    • cleos_mom

      That’s why the idea of “15 minutes of fame” appeals to me far more than long-term or permanent fame, unless that happens after I’m dead. Imagine every bad day or dumbass move in your life being fodder for daily news.

  • kaydenpat

    Actually since all Spicey and Huckabee is straight up lie, Trump may as well shut down these useless press conferences. It’s not as if we, the public, learn anything truthful from these events.

    From the very beginning when Spicey came out and told that whopper about Trump’s inauguration being the best attended in the history of mankind, Trump’s press conferences were rendered useless and completely unnecessary.

    They will not be missed.

    • thatotherjean

      On the other hand, it is useful to find out how much what they are saying about an issue deviates from anything like the truth, and whether what they are saying has anything to do with what they are actually doing.

  • Boreal
  • Blake J Butler
    • Jay George

      Thank you for sharing this.

  • Sabazinus

    End press briefings?!?! What will Saturday Night Live do then?!??!??!?!!!!!! Oh, wait, you will still use Twitter, you stupid moron.

  • Blake J Butler
    • Jay George

      😀

  • Cuberly

    Even if they are his minion drones, I hate the way he talks about people. They’re all assets, liabilities, investments and gauged on just how deep they kiss his festering ass. It’s gross.

    • popebuck1

      It’s the sociopath/narcissist talking. He has no concept of other people except as tools or extensions of himself.

  • That_Looks_Delicious

    I would almost rather listen to Nancy Grace than Jeanine Pirro. Kind of like choosing between having your fingernails or your teeth yanked out.

  • Nic Peterson

    I heard on NPR this morning that the frog people are getting a wee bit tired of all of this media obstruction, call for hearings and investigations. One precious snowflake said he didn’t care if the Russians handed us our current presidunce. I wish they would have reported his name. You know, so the internet could add that to the never ever forget file.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      And the deplorables dont care. Theyre A-ok with a dictator who rigged an election and wants authoritarian one party rule.

    • thatotherjean

      “Frog people?” What have you got against frogs?

  • That_Looks_Delicious

    “I like press secretaries who don’t get beat up.”

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Watch them make Jeanine Pirro the new FBI director.

    • Cuberly

      Wouldn’t be surprised in the least.

  • djcoastermark

    Ending the press briefings might be a great idea. It would give the media free rein to analyze his tweets on their own. (That is, if any honest journalists would dare.) Donnie would have lots of ‘splainin to do on his own, and that could get really interesting.

  • SFBruce

    Sure, Spicer and Sanders may well be lovely people, but Trump sends them out each day with a version of the “truth” that requires hip boots to negotiate.

    • Hue-Man

      And shovels.

  • KarenAtFOH

    Loyalty towards me, but not towards thee.

  • JoeMyGod

    I’ve fixed the borked video embed.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      I’m sure Sean Spicer will explain all this mumbo-jambalaya.

  • netxtown

    yep, donnie, spicey is the problem….

  • HZ81

    President Stunt Queen.

  • Cuberly
  • jimbo65

    When will the press say enough, and want to get back to the sanity of previous administration’s press briefings. Ive never seen a more masochistic bunch of lemmings.

  • Rebecca Gardner
    • another_steve

      ^^ LMAO !

      Ohmigod that’s so bad.

    • djcoastermark

      Hawt diggity dawg ! too good.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      That dog is not welcome at the christain groomer

    • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

      Why not? He’s been fucking America since NBC decided that he’d be a reality show host.

      • Todd20036

        up to now, they only people he screwed were people who asked for it – they came onto his show. They went to his university. They signed contracts with him.

        All knowing that he screwed others before… (but he’d NEVER screw them… right?)

        But now, he’s hurting people who NEVER wanted to have anything to do with him. So now it’s time to get mad

    • DenKen

      thanks…but you made me pee my pants

    • UrsusArctos

      Aaaiiiiiii! Chihuahua!

  • Ninja0980

    If there’s anyone who knows about engaging in illegal taping, it’s Jeanne Pirro.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Are you saying her show is a crime?

      • Ninja0980

        That too but her political career came to an end because of wanting her husband to be illegally wiretapped.

  • another_steve

    Boy is cracking. It’s getting to him.

    I sense it.

    • Bryan

      By all means, let him do the press briefings by himself!

      • another_steve

        Seriously though, his speech patterns and writings are becoming more and more erratic and irrational.

        This might be a walking nervous breakdown that we’re witnessing.

        • Cattleya1

          More likely a demented individual who has been pushed too far. The 25th Amendment was meant for just this scenario.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    He looks like a strange raccoon.

    • TampaDink

      strange….and rabid.

  • Jay George

    Wonder what Spicer’s next job will be? 😀

    • Natty Enquirer

      Community service?

      • Tulle Christensen

        delivering meals to the other cells?

    • Acronym Jim

      Hosting SNL?

    • ByronK

      Spokesperson for United Airlines.

    • Halou
    • Rebecca Gardner

      Serving 10 to 20?

      • Jay George

        If you’re trying to make me feel better, it worked. 😀

  • Cuberly
    • Natty Enquirer

      Guess he’s finally learned to keep his mouth shut.

      • popebuck1

        So far he’s been doing fine just by shutting up and letting Trump hang himself.

    • RavennaBonet

      um

    • Lars Littlefield

      Too late. Here comes a sub peony.

      • Gustav2

        Yup, those peonies are about to bloom!

        One of ours has started.

    • Jay George

      HE CAN DO THAT?!?! Just say, “no thank you” and go about his business? What the hell?! I can’t do that. Can’t they subpoena him or something?

    • UrsusArctos

      This is actually GOOD news. If he’s there because he’s been subpoenaed things might be even more interesting. As in, “I’m not in a hurry to volunteer, but did you know X?” and “With a deep nausea I hate to extend my answer into something you’re overlooking”. All the while being “regretful”.

    • Cattleya1

      Can’t they subpoena him?

      • Cuberly

        Yep, and that could be the purpose of him bowing out now….as others have pointed out.

  • Alexander Crouton-Skitch
    • RavennaBonet

      just shows Hillary is quicker on her feet ….

  • TampaDink

    No Land Rover? Fuck that. And fuck you, Spamela.

    • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

      I’m tellin’ ya, social media platforms, like disqus and Facebook, help the Soviets, the ransomware attackers, etc,.. to infiltrate our websites, email, healthcare providers,… Disqus, and especially Daniel Ha, need to be held accountable.

      • TampaDink

        Agreed.

      • cleos_mom

        In the meantime, just do the Flag And Block Two-Step.

        • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

          Seems I’ve been doing that for at least a year to no effect.

          • cleos_mom

            But it does cut down on the annoyance. I have no idea why JMG is so infested with these posts.

          • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

            While I do think Joe is getting hit hard, he doesn’t appear to be the only website in which this is the case. I have a suspicion but, it is only a suspicion at this point and without certain accessibility to the more heavily affected sites it is difficult for me to pursue.

            Joe had mentioned previously that a preponderance of his readers are older. Elder internet users tend to be a rich demographic for scammers even outside of the internet. And that is definitely one of the vectors that I would be pursuing regarding what I’m seeing on such a consistent basis.

            I do feel that Disqus specifically is not doing enough. Whether or not that is intentional is the question for me.

    • Eh, the other one was offering $97 per hour. I’d go for that one, personally. XD

      • TampaDink

        Who wouldn’t? These folks are certainly bound to be legitimate. /sarcasm

  • david fairfield

    If anyone would care to buy into this theory, I think the cryptic phrases that Trump uses are intended as some kind of code to Putin. It’s partly his buffoonery but also an answer like “he’s been there since the beginning” is code for “don’t go after Spicer”…or something along that line……

    • GayOldLady

      David……what you’re suggesting assumes he’s clever, he’s not! He has the mental capacity of a below average 8 year old boy who’s over compensating by bullying others on the playground. I have great grandchildren in the 6 to 10 year old range and all of them are more literate than Trump. He’s just a buffoon.

      • david fairfield

        Well, to be fair, if it’s code he just needs to be told what phrases to use as an answer to any question. That’s why the answer doesn’t match the question…..it was really just a fleeting thought I had while reading this thread….but yes he is a complete buffoon.

        • GayOldLady

          Trump is SO dumb he’d screw up the code. The Russians probably didn’t realize how badly he’d screw this up while they were grooming him. In a way we’re fortunate he is a buffoon, if he had an average intellect he’d be even more dangerous.

    • That_Looks_Delicious

      He’s not that smart. So many people want to read some kind of sinister intelligence into Trump because it’s so depressing to realize that this idiotic, corrupt orange windbag made his way into the Oval Office. It’s abundantly clear now that he’s a complete idiot that surrounds himself with aides and lawyers who have to constantly try to keep him from sticking his tongue in the electrical socket. And really, that was already clear before the election. So the real crisis we have is the stuipidity of the voters, almost half of whom are as stupid as the people who signed up for Trump University.

  • Todd20036

    The avatar is the same thing I see on a lot of spam messages. Different name tho

  • PickyPecker
  • worstcultever

    I’m sick to death of Dumpy Barnum and his worst reality show on earth. Who gives a fuck about Spicer or potemkin press conferences. Wake me up when somebody finally does something to close down this fuckshow. And make the repuke party pay dearly for it.

  • DenKen

    WHO the f*ck would work for Trump? You’d have to as crazy as he is. (and own a case of Chapstick)

    • Pip

      There’s a whole hill full of people with their lips firmly attached to his ass.

  • JWC

    well asshole if you wouldn’ tweet contradicitory info 1/2 hour after the press conference

  • geoffalnutt

    Meh. It’s all bullshit anyway. I’d be relieved.

  • MBear

    He’s so presidential

  • Tor

    The WH house communications team needs to be in constant rehearsal for disaster, just like the Westminster Abbey choir is in constant rehearsal for a royal funeral.

  • saucetin

    His tell, of looking to camera left when he’s about to lie in response to a direct question, is a hell of a handicap. Among many.

  • Jim E.

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    OR A SPOKESPERSON FOR THE
    PRESIDENT THESE DAYS:

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    “Let’s look at the bigger picture here, and not just listen
    to all the bank employees or read second hand reports. Let’s take a look
    at how the banking industry and Wall Street have been getting away with gross
    unethical and probably illegal practices affecting millions of investors in our
    country year after year.”

  • Well if cheetolini is going to stop press conferences in the near future, why don’t we just stop attending and reporting on them now?

  • coram nobis
  • SDG

    Life in Trumpistan.

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