Trump On Michael Flynn’s Guilty Plea: There’s Been Absolutely No Collusion So We’re Very Happy [VIDEO]

The Hill reports:

President Trump on Saturday addressed for the first time his former national security adviser’s admission that he lied to FBI investigators about his contact with Russian officials. “No, I’m not” worried about what Michael Flynn will tell investigators, Trump told reporters. “What has been shown is no collusion,” he said. “There’s been absolutely no collusion so we’re very happy.”

  • Gustav2

    It is “conspiracy” and “obstruction” charges you have to worry about, not “collusion”…and we know you and the top staff are worried about it

    • Bubba in TX

      I don’t know that Mueller has taken collusion off the table.

      • Gustav2

        “‘Stop using “collusion” as a short-hand for criminality’
        Paul Rosenzweig is former deputy assistant secretary for policy at the Department of Homeland Security and founder of Red Branch Consulting.

        Collusion is not a federal crime (except in the unique case of antitrust law), so we should all just stop using “collusion” as a short-hand for criminality. But that doesn’t mean that the alleged cooperation between the Trump campaign and Russia is of no criminal interest. To the contrary, if true, it may have violated any number of criminal prohibitions.”

        https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/07/12/what-is-collusion-215366

        • Bubba in TX

          I don’t know a lot about the subject, but isn’t collusion an impeachable offense? If the Republican lawmakers could somehow find a way to justify obstruction and conspiracy, wouldn’t the determination of collusion be the final straw?

          • Gustav2

            There is no real definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors” in the Constitution, they are whatever the Congress says they are. Impeachment is not really a ‘legal’ procedure, but a political one. There is no appealing to SCOTUS if they boot your ass.

            The rest of the staff would be subject to the courts and law.

      • CPT_Doom

        I wonder whether Mueller just got a guilty plea in a series of actions that prove the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government, entering an implicit quid pro quo to lessen sanctions in return for assistance during the election. A lot of people were wondering yesterday because the conversations Flynn lied about, to which he plead guilty, were during the transition, not the campaign, so they didn’t prove any “collusion.” But we know these conversations can’t be the full extent of what Flynn can give Mueller, or he wouldn’t have gotten such a good deal (although a legal expert on Maddow noted the government didn’t promise not to prosecute Flynn or his kid on any other charges, so they still have that to hold over him and keep him singing).

        It’s unlikely that there will be a “smoking gun” that the Trump campaign entered into an explicit deal with the Russians – no one signed a piece of paper that said “we’ll lower sanctions if you throw the election.” So Mueller is faced with showing a conspiracy was developed, and an implicit deal made, in the series of conversations and contacts between Trump, his family, his associates and campaign officials with the Russians. We know a lot of those conversations, during the campaign, centered on reducing Russian sanctions, and we also know the assistance Russia was providing was at least referred to in some of these contacts. But Flynn’s conversations with the Russian ambassador were proof the Trump administration would follow through on what the Trump campaign promised – easing Russian sanctions. He may just have Flynn plead guilty to a crime that proves Trump & co. were trading something of value with the Russians during the campaign, and that sure as heck is illegal.

  • DaddyRay
  • Rebecca Gardner

    Delusion, senile, psychopathic, pathological liar about to rot in prison says what?

  • SoCalGal20

    Hahahahahahaha fucking idiot.

    • RaygunsGoZap

      My boyfriend’s new favorite retort: I’ll pray for you

      Mine: Tell it to the judge.

      I like yours too!

  • Mark Née Fuzz
    • kareemachan

      ‘No one involved is a medical professional, but plenty of people have seen dementia up close with their loved ones’

      Which is why I said from the get-go that he has some form of Alzheimer’s or dementia. I’ve seen it. It’s not pretty.

      • Todd20036

        He deserves it.

        In spades.

        Twice.

    • JCF
  • RNegron

    You better sign an executive order allowing people to bring hunting trophies into federal prison. Your boys will need it.

  • Michael R
  • SoCalGal20

    OT but we all need some adorable. Here is video of a couple of rescued tiger cubs the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is raising.

    https://twitter.com/sdzsafaripark/status/933074793628188672

    • Mikey

      oh look! something else for Trump Jr. to shoot at.

  • Mark Née Fuzz
    • Tomcat

      When you got to go, you got to go.

      • Jeffg166

        I’ve had that happen. It was here and now or in my pants.

    • Michael R

      Did Fox run out of cranberry recipes ?

    • BearEyes

      poor cheeseburger emoji

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      Ed follows me. I kinda love him.

      • Jeffrey

        He and his brother both follow me, so… 😉

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          Brian is kind of hilarious.

    • OdieDenCO

      so the amazon delivery woman is emulating the GOP congress by shitting all over america.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      She dropped two packages at that address

      • David Walker

        Did the recipient have to sign for the delivery?

  • Bluto
  • Harveyrabbit

    “there has been absolutely no collusion”

    Umm, yeah. Methinks tRump is about to have a c̶o̶l̶l̶u̶s̶i̶o̶n collision with the truth.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a349c026c7ce477db61f1631894a7cb388ebddca99fef4edbb8458e7d9451562.png

  • Todd20036

    This is the beginning of the end of America. Make no mistake. This tax bill will lead to a second depression

    When medical bills come due. When people cut back on spending to pay for higher taxes….

    This is Trump

    • Mark Née Fuzz

      Which part of “Die, peasant, die” don’t you understand?

      • Todd20036

        Mel Brooks using peasants as targets in History of the World Part 1

        • Mark Née Fuzz

          Trump may have taken a cue – it’s good to be king.

          • Todd20036

            No. If Trump did that, he’d be infatuated with the color green, instead of gold.

      • bzrd

        isn’t it spelled “pissant?”

  • HZ81

    Can’t wait until his jumpsuit matches his skin.

  • Gustav2

    AM Joy on MSNBC now!

    I’m sure it will be boring. /s

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      It’s being DVR’d. I will enjoy it while eating a taco or something for lunch.

  • SoCalGal20

    Not sure if this story was noticed yesterday.

    https://twitter.com/rvawonk/status/936724158590877696

    • AlternativeQuacks

      Oh thank god it’s just a normal Republican krazy korruption kase. For a second there, I thought your comment was going towards another sexual harassment case. Can you even imagine getting felt up by Gowdy?

      http://cdn3.gurl.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/grossed-out-anal-sex.gif

      • SoCalGal20

        Ew.

        But, yes, it’s almost quaint to just have an old-fashioned shady R story lol.

        • BearEyes

          what a statement “quaint” is these days.

  • JAKvirginia

    There has been no collusion with Russia.
    — Vladimir Putin (allegedly)

    • Tomcat

      There has been no collusion with Russia.
      — in collusion Trump and Putin —
      There fixed it.

  • bkmn

    He has never really been held accountable before so he has no idea how much hurt he is in for.

  • Pluto Animus

    “I am not a crook.”

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    ” With my tax cuts, many American’s homes are cold and drafty, but My quarters are very warm and comfortable. ”

    – DJT, # 48393, Cell Block H

  • worstcultever

    “We’re very happy” = Hope Hicks gave me a nice handjob while reciting Fox & Friends bullet points this morning. Did you know there’s a lot of different cranberry sauce recipes for the holiday? Not many people knew that!

    • Tomcat

      More like crapberry recipes.

  • SoCalGal20

    Good point from Lawrence O’Donnell. There are 14 CA Rs in the House who need to vote on the tax bill. And many of them are in flippable districts in 2018. If you are in any of those districts, call your Representatives.

    https://twitter.com/lawrence/status/936959370663022592

    And if they vote for that POS legislation, get involved with your local groups like Indivisible to help flip the district (well, get involved to flip the district anyway but let the vote be added incentive lol)

    • marshlc

      Yep, now is the time to really make some noise.

    • safari

      It’s the GOP. They can’t be reasoned with.

      • SoCalGal20

        Rs in CA swing districts (and districts in play) better worry.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      As u know (since u and i are living here) some of these cali districts are as whacked as if they were in texas or alabama. The hinterlands are filled with white supremecists

      • SoCalGal20

        Oh, I know. I live in Duncan Hunter’s district which is a weirdo mix of urban (ie Progressive and blue) people and whackjob separatists, bigots, and brainwashed Fox viewers (backcountry folk, if you will). But dear Duncan is being investigated by the FBI which helps us. And he doesn’t have a lot of money in the bank. Also his main Dem opponent is very charismatic and can motivate people to vote, including demographics that might not typically have as high a turnout (younger voters, Hispanic voters, etc). Duncan’s also got two R candidates to worry about. Will be interesting!

    • JCF

      I don’t live in any of those districts, but I am at a driveable to distance to several—gonna TRY to make a demonstration (can’t ever guarantee, w/ my caregiver responsibilities)

      • JCF

        McClintock CA4 (nearby, w/ well-established resistance)
        McNerney CA9 (he’s REALLY vulnerable!)
        Denham CA10 (vulnerable)
        and possibly
        LaMalfa CA1

        • trouble94114

          Daryl Issa’s opponent in CA-49 has already raised over $1,000,000. Issa only barely squeaked past his democratic challenger in 2016 50.3% vs 49.7%

  • crewman

    An innocent man would be shocked and express betrayal and anger at the indictment of such a high ranking member of his Administration.

    A guilty man would express relief at not being implicated himself.

    Which does this sound like to you?

    There’s been absolutely no collusion so we’re very happy

    • marshlc

      I should have scrolled down before I posted – this, exactly.

      And a guilty man with half a brain would know to pretend to be an innocent man.

  • Tomcat

    With this new tax bill companies won’t have to pay 15% anymore instead of 29%.
    Now they can pay 7 or 8% instead of 20%. We peons can make up the lost revenue for them.

    • worstcultever

      As if they pay a goddamn nickel in the first place. At this point don’t we even pay *them*, just for being allowed to exist in their world?

  • worstcultever

    Here the gif again that I grabbed from somewhere – I never tire of it – I encourage everyone to re-steal and re-post it in every thread everywhere

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8c2636d0e190002cadee1fcb5f77214e73e04a80ad6cb171a4bc8cccdad4e2c7.gif

    • Boreal

      I shared this with lots of family and friends yesterday. Everyone loves it.

    • JCF

      That’s The Doctor, Marty McFly and…the Terminator?

  • TexasBoy

    But ya did, Blanche! Ya did collude with Russia.

  • geoffalnutt

    His lawyers are bold-faced lying to him, too , because they know he’ll completely lose it. He’d blow up the world just for revenge. That’s what we’re all dealing with.

    • worstcultever

      Given that we really are in Mueller Time – there’s nothing we shouldn’t expect from the fascist dotard.

    • -M-

      Gotta keep those checks coming.

  • Tomcat

    Where this country went wrong was putting so much money into defense and way too much into the IRS. The companies should have been audited to the hilt.

    • kareemachan

      Okay, I see where this came from.

      I guess.

      • Tomcat

        Companies have cheated on their taxes for years at the expense of good citizens.

        • Tomcat

          While the IRS got their hands tied.

          • Gustav2

            Now. now. just because all the IRS’s desktops still run on Windows ME and they use floppy discs.

        • David L. Caster

          Companies didn’t have to cheat. A series of GOP congresses created loopholes and tax advantages for them that effectively reduced the corporate tax rate to near zero for many big corporations.

    • Dazzer

      Do you mean too much into defence and too little into the IRS?

      • Tomcat

        yes, good catch. thanks.

  • kareemachan

    There’s a shitload of delusion, tho….

  • Michael R
    • Friday

      That was such a pathetic display that in a sane world, that alone would have disqualified Drumph from office.

    • JCF

      Sigh. Any vids/images from the debates just fill me w/ heartbreak… < / 3

  • worstcultever
    • Ben in Oakland

      That’s hilarious. I’m sure the lions were thinking what the hell is this!

    • kanehau

      We have plenty of mongoose here… they live in extended families and are a blast to watch as the kids all play with each other.

      While they appear very fun loving – they have an extremely nasty temperament to just about any other creature.

      No surprise the lions stayed their distance – they don’t sic mongoose on snakes for no reason.

      They were brought in to control rats (big fail… mongoose=day, rats=night) – instead they kill our native birds, etc.

      Easy to run over though… just flash your brights as they cross the road. They can’t turn their head without stopping. So they stop to look at you and *wham*.

      Used to be a hotel that would give you a free night if you brought in like 7 mongoose (dead of course), but they stopped doing that.

  • Leo

    With Reddit millennials imploding on Net Neutrality, seniors properly learning about the tax bill and a Roy Moore win, it’ll be tough but I’m gonna say right now Dems have a solid chance of taking back the Senate.

    • Tomcat

      Wait, there is still time to turn us Democrats against each other.

      • Leo

        Of course. I didn’t say guaranteed.

        • Tomcat

          And we all know how easy it is to turn us against each other, or should know by now.

          • marshlc

            Berniebots! Shillary! Your fault! No, your fault! Troll troll troll!

          • I am finding it difficult to not get angered at those who are attacking Hillary right now on the progressive left. Hillary is not running for President in 2020 (she has said as much), did not enable her husband’s “sexual incidents”, and frankly had the election stolen from her — as is becoming more clear every day. She is still a heroine — I want the ripping of Hillary specifically to stop. The healing of the party has to start with this. Note — Bernie has been good at staying out this to his credit, he has not taken up the cudgel blaming Hillary as far as I can tell.

    • easygoingmister

      My two questions would be 1) which three would be likely to flip, and 2) what about Franken’s seat if he resigns?

      “There are 23 Democratic seats, eight Republican seats, and two seats
      held by independents up for election in 2018. In 2018, the Democratic
      Party will need to pick up three seats in the Senate in order to regain
      the majority they lost in 2014”.
      https://ballotpedia.org/United_States_Senate_elections,_2018

      • If the Democrats cannot hold on to Al Franken’s seat in the Senate, they have some major problems going on. Minnesota is the most reliably progressive state in the Upper Midwest. The only state in the center of the USA with as reliably a progressive voting record in recent times is Illinois.

        • easygoingmister

          Makes sense.

          The more I look at that Ballotpedia map I cited above, the more I wonder WTF. I don’t know BP’s record on accuracy, but they have like 7 Senate Dem seats marked as “battleground” for 2018.

          • Any state that Trump took in 2016 that has a sitting Democratic Senator is at risk. Florida, Indiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Montana, and West Virginia. There is a chance that Joe Manchin (West Virginia) might actually change parties and become a Republican — I hope not. This could be a disaster. The odds have decreased, but this was a possibility a year ago. See Larry Sabato’s analysis here- http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/2018-senate/

          • easygoingmister

            Sabato link bookmarked! Thanks for it.

    • Wait! Lefty Bernie Bros “Progressives” think that sitting centrist Democratic Senate incumbents in such wildly socialist states like Missouri, North Dakota, Indiana, Florida, and West Virginia are jumping up and down for a Bernie Sanders think-alike to challenge them in the 2018 primaries. In fact, there is all this Russian money – and Wikileak “revelations” – just waiting to help them drive these unnecessary Clintonite (shudder) whore fascists from government! Get ready for primary fun!

      • SoCalGal20

        Neoliberals.

        • What is a neoliberal? Someone who –
          1. Votes against the Republican tax cut sellout
          2. Votes to save Obamacare?
          3. Voted against Gorsuch?
          4. Will vote for Chuck Schumer and the Dem Party if and when the Dems get 51 to control the Senate and Subpoena power in January 2019?
          5 A defeastest slur that brainwashed leftists use to describe key Senators from centrists states who will scream for “ideological purity” at the expense of actually winning a seat?
          I say POINT 5.

          • SoCalGal20

            I’d say all of the above! Should I have put the /s in my post?

            That’s the new favorite thing for Rose Twitter to throw at Dems who don’t worship St. Bernie lol.

          • Ah I get you! I don’t know what a neoliberal is. I know a neoconservative is code for New Deal Democrats who turned into cold war anti-Russian warriors, like Kristol, Kirkpatrick, Bolton, Wolfowitz, Perl, — and then became “new Republicans” It morphed into an anti semitic code term in the 90’s by the Pat Buchanan types (paleoconservatives) who claimed that Neoconservatives were code for Jews — but that logic went away around 15 years ago when just about all Jewish members of Congress (Democrats) starting opposing the Iraq War and supported President Obama’s Iran Deal a few years ago. Now the term “neoconservative” is considered passe. I honestly do not know what a neoliberal is, I wonder if it is similar slander code. Paleoconservatives are now called alt right white nationalists.

          • Friday

            Neoliberalism is essentially an economic theory unrelated to liberal politics.

          • Thanks Friday I have to look it up. Not familiar with it.

          • Friday

            Republicans like to use the term to muddy the waters about multinational bankers and corporations being somehow ‘the liberals.’

          • SoCalGal20

            Neoliberal is one of the codewords Red Rose Twitter uses to slam any Dem who isn’t progressive enough for their liking. Basically anybody who isn’t St. Bernie or endorsed by St. Bernie.

    • JCF

      Whoo, the Senate?! I’m really hoping we can take the House—the Senate is a harder row to hoe…

      Hope you’re right!

      House: dccc.org
      Senate: dscc.org

      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/af65b4c4cf1907a0c9a8528dc906b8c5570917dbe38b03bbbd854d6fb8ac8f96.png

  • marshlc

    Even if (ha!) there was no collusion, your trusted advisor on security matters has just pled guilty to a major charge. Why are you very happy about this? The normal response of an actual innocent party would be something like “We’re shocked and disappointed blah blah unworthy of our trust blah blah moving forward blah blah.”

    Gah, being a WH speech writer these days must be a thankless task….

  • Boreal
    • Halou

      Me? I’ve never met myself in my life. Who am I?
      I was just a coffee boy, only on the team for a few weeks.

    • MichaelB

      I am not a cook!!

    • JCF

      Hands are WAY too big!

  • Ben in Oakland

    He,s not as worried about it as he is about Michael Flynn’s previously undiagnosed tendencies towards a fatal stroke.

  • worstcultever

    I think everyone will enjoy this righteous rant

    https://twitter.com/jljacobson/status/936935314614030336

    • Tomcat

      Also every journalist and person that has constantly said businesses have it bad are responsible for our problems now. And they are just beginning.
      Example, see Kansas.

      • worstcultever

        The fact that they’ve gotten away EVEN WITH KANSAS – and not only NOT forced to wear bags over their heads in public, but now TAKING IT NATIONAL – says everything there is to say about how utterly the MSM has failed and continues to fail our country

        • Tomcat

          Rachael did try. But one cannot do it alone.

          • David L. Caster

            A lone voice crying in the woods.

      • Acronym Jim

        The Republicans like to talk about helping small businesses. That’s crap. They only care about large multi-billion/trillion dollar* corporations, not the mom-n-pop (pop-n-pop or mom-n-mom) businesses.

        *One of the problems is that the legal definition of a “small” business doesn’t rely on profits made by the company, only the number of employees.

        Edit: It’s another reason why voodoo economics doesn’t work. Often revenue gained by a corporation goes to try to reduce their payroll overhead.

        • David Walker

          Kinda like that Whitefish electric company.

          Also, now that they’ll be needed more than ever, it’s time to kiss the nonprofits goodbye.

        • RoFaWh

          mom’n’pop

        • RoFaWh

          It is inherent in the nature of capitalism to constantly work to reduce labor costs by adopting new machinery.

          I am not enough of an economist to explain this analysis.

    • SoCalGal20
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    • Dazzer

      You should read this article in today’s Guardian. It’s a: it’s a debate between Hillary Clinton and a British academic called Mary Beard.

      It’s an interesting talk and it touches on ideas of “balance”.

      https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/dec/02/hillary-clinton-mary-beard-donald-trump

      • Lizard

        Mary Beard the historian? She’s written some excellent books. Thanks for the link!

    • Ninja0980

      They’ve been so afraid of being viewed as liberal they allow Republicans to lie, lie and lie some more.
      And we pay the price for that.

  • tbj5

    He then started repeating “No Collusion” for 17 minutes straight, until a senior white house aide distracted him back inside with a chocolate cake.

  • Halou

    I would ask if he even read Flynn’s plea deal, but of course he can’t read.
    Too many pages. Too few pictures and maps.

  • Lakeview Bob

    Mueller is not going after a collusion charge. He is going after the Furor’s obstruction of justice.

    • SoCalGal20

      Collusion isn’t a charge. It would be conspiracy. And who knows? We’ll have to see how it all shakes out but obstruction of justice is an EASY charge and what took Nixon down.

      And Trump is an idiot.

    • worstcultever

      He’s got that, sure, but he’s also got all kinds of broad-daylight conspiracy against the USA. Ffs, the Orange Ball of Hate freaking requested Russian hacking on tv before millions of people!

  • TampaDink

    Hair furor is clearly suffering from collusion delusion.

    • Tomcat

      I know he has intelligence deficit disorder, it shows.

      • TampaDink

        It always has.

        • RoFaWh

          But it’s getting worse day by day.

          I dream of Trump having a truly spectacular psychotic break in full public view with cameras running. Perhaps he’ll fall to the floor on all fours, begin barking, and scrabble around biting people on the leg. And then, good doggie that he will have become, he pees….

    • JCF

      “Very often find conclusion in collusion I concluded long agooooo!”

  • Galvestonian

    Oh right ! No collusion ? Happy now = very, very sad later.

  • BeaverTales

    Trump’s gotten every narcissist’s wish, he’s become the central character of every story on the Internet. I hope to go to sleep someday and find him gone. Time for a break and to spend more time with family.

  • boatboy_srq

    Is it ever NOT all about him? A NORMAL human would express disappointment in a key subordinate’s lawbreaking, if not hopes that said sub and prosecutors reach a fair deal. Not Lord Dampnut: he’s swanning along in his delusion of omnipotence and doesn’t give a fvck for Flynn.

  • safari
    • Treant

      That would hurt if he weren’t delusional.

  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    Anyone wanna bet somewhere in the micro scribbling, fine print of the Great American Tax Heist theres a provision DEFUNDING the special prosecutor???
    Bet anyone?

  • Ragnar Lothbrok
    • Treant

      From bouncing up and down as he jerked it in there?

      Or has he honestly gotten that fat?

      • RoFaWh

        The latter, except dishonestly. Trump is never honest.

      • JCF

        What, you think those tweets are composed in mere seconds?

        • Treant

          If he’s like my husband, trips to the bathroom can be up to 90 minutes.

          Seriously. A one-bathroom household simply wouldn’t work for us. Me? In, do my business, out as fast as possible. I can even enter in the morning and leave shaved and ready to be out the door in 20 minutes flat.

  • SoCalGal20

    If people need a nice diversion from the politics of the day or just some cute/pretty/adorable to look at I highly recommend the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park twitters. Lots of awesome tweets like the one I posted earlier of the tiger cubs. Here’s a couple more.

    https://twitter.com/sdzsafaripark/status/923295482125750273

    https://twitter.com/sdzsafaripark/status/921515320283627520

    • William

      I went there the year it opened, and other times during the 70s. There was a gorilla who had spent his life in a cage. His new enclosure was very nice and spacious. It even had freshly installed grass. The gorilla rolled up all the grass sod and put it against the wall.

  • hdtex
    • FelineMama

      trumps are the new orange. I like this look!

  • Richard B

    Trump said, “There’s been absolutely no collusion so we’re very happy.”
    Mike Flynn was the first of the big fish.
    Trump has been bouncing off walls all week because he knows Robert Mueller and his posse are coming for him.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7Uy0Uznw4E

  • I’m listening to Maxine Waters on MSNBC. She is very eloquent and is laying out a great case for impeaching the jackass putz. I am going to sign out now for the day, I have family in town from New York and we are going to see Wonder and then go out to eat really good hamburgers at Lindburgers — good day to all!

  • anne marie in philly

    FUCK YOU DUMP! mueller is coming for you soon. how will you look in a prison jumpsuit? will you beg vlad the impaler to save your sorry fat white ass?

  • Acronym Jim

    No, there was no collusion…only direction.

    Trump directed Flynn to contact the Russians regarding sanctions.

    Jared directed Flynn to approach the Russians regarding their vote on Israeli settlements.

    Methinks Trump does not know the definition of collusion.

  • -M-

    The lying liar continues lying. Roy Cohn would be proud of the spin and deflection.

    The fact that Mueller hasn’t publicly laid out his evidence demonstrating coordination between Trump’s campaign and Putin’s henchmen in his indictments so far, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen or that Mueller hasn’t been building that case.

  • Thorn Spike

    Saying “no collusion” over and over again don’t make it so, Bozo.

  • Bj Lincoln

    I just saw this for the first time thanks to the wife. It made a difference in my life way back in time but it speaks to me today.
    https://youtu.be/u9Dg-g7t2l4

  • RoFaWh

    “there has been absolutely no collusion

    Using ordinary logic (viz, that Trump always lies), we can conclude that Trump had collusion flakes for breakfast every morning and collusion cream in his collusion covfefe.

    ⇑This is a really bad joke, but the point remains that the more emphatic Trump is, the more certain his involvement in collusion with the Russians.

  • JWC

    He is doing his damndest to sink the country before he goes

  • Kevin Andrews

    The Shitgibbon Howls more of his delusional “Royal Decrees.”
    The 25th Amendment anyone?
    Emoluments Clause? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/cfce562ab0dea31569e22fef57cc21a80eadfb4c56fb1e1ff7ca3487aef8ac72.png

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    He’s clearly rattled….good. Now upward and onward Mr. Mueller, upward and onward.

  • Gerry Fisher

    Yeah, Cheetolini, so why’d you cancel your press pool yesterday at noon? Why’d it take you a day to settle yourself down enough to pretend–once again–as if nothing’s wrong. (You douche.)

  • M Jackson

    It’s like “Candide”, with more syphillus.

  • JCF

    Keep laughing/tweeting, mother- daughterfucker. All the way to the slammer!!!!

    https://media.giphy.com/media/IKpQSl8ts3MYM/giphy.gif

  • Gianni

    Donnie, suggesting that you’re happy over the Flynn revelations and what’s to follow is a laughably unbelievable whopper, not even remotely true. We know it’s all under your skin so bad it hurts 24/7.

  • Javier Smith

    [NARRATOR]: There was collusion.

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  • Nowhereman

    The so-called president is gob-smackingly stupid.