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Ana Navarro Slams Trumpkin For Defending Donnie’s Sexcapades (VIDEO)

Donald Trump is surrounded by scandal on all sides. From the Russia investigation to his affairs with women other than his current wife, Trump is embroiled in controversy.

But despite Trump’s mounting problems, his most devoted supporters remain true to their man, as was proven Tuesday morning on CNN.

Trump defender Amy Kremer and GOP strategist Ana Navarro were discussing the matter of Stormy Daniels, an adult film star who says she had a sexual relationship with Trump in 2006, not long after Melania Trump gave birth to the couple’s son. Kremer suggested that social media is to blame for Trump’s being a philandering pig:

“I think what is different here is that, with the 24-hour news cycle, non-stop news cycle, Twitter, Facebook, it’s driven all the time. Those tools to drive the message were not around back then. So that’s a big difference from now and in past. It’s not like all of a sudden we have a president — we find out he’s been unfaithful. We knew who this man was when we elected him. We know he likes the ladies. There’s no secret to that.”

We also know that he tells nearly every woman he takes to bed that she reminds him of his daughter, Ivanka. Are Twitter and Facebook to blame for Trump being a total perv?

Navarro wasn’t about to let Kremer — or Trump — off that easily, and she lit into the dumbfounded Trumpkin:

“We can’t get to a real policy discussion when you have a President of the United States who lies, cheats, changes positions, is unreliable, is a philanderer, has no moral compass, is a bully on Twitter, attacks people. When you have those things going on day after day after day, this level of chaos, this level of disorganization, being unreliable in the Oval Office day after day, it’s very hard to get into a serious policy discussion.”

Ana Navarro may be a Republican, but she has no tolerance for hypocritical morons who defend the biggest crook to ever occupy the Oval Office.

Bravo, Ana!

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Kellyanne Conway’s Hubby Lays Brilliant Twitter Burn On Deranged Donnie

Though you hardly ever see him in public or photos, senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway’s husband, George, is an accomplished attorney who works at the prestigious law firm Wachtell Lipton.

In recent days, there’s been chatter in the Washington press that Ms. Conway is being considered to replace Hope Hicks as Communications Director for the Trump administration. And apparently that, along with a tweet from reporter Kaitlan Collins on how thankless the job is led George Conway to fire off a tweet that is clearly a dig at Donald Trump.

First, let’s take a look at what Collins posted:

In response, George Conway tweeted:

Ouch! Sounds like Mr. Conway isn’t the world’s biggest fan of Donnie Dollhands. And that shouldn’t surprise anyone when you consider that last year it leaked out Trump was considering George Conway to head the Justice Department’s Civil Division. Conway rejected that offer.

Expert trolling like what George Conway did is always likely to draw replies from others in the Twitterverse, and this was no exception:

Here’s a  sample of a couple of his retweets today:


We’re pretty sure he doesn’t have a red MAGA hat at home.

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D.C. Mayor And City Council Throw Major Shade At Trump Over ‘Giant Tank Parade’

Donald Trump may want to hold a giant military parade on July 4, but it’s starting to look like he won’t be able to have it in the nation’s capital.

Wednesday morning, the Council of the District of Columbia sent Trump a very loud and clear message on his favorite social media platform, Twitter:

At the daily press briefing, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had this to say about the military parade Trump has ordered the Pentagon to start planning:

“President Trump is incredibly supportive of America’s great service members who risk their lives every day to keep our country safe. He has asked the Department of Defense to explore a celebration at which all Americans can show their appreciation.”

Of course, Trump failed to discuss the matter with any of the elected officials in D.C. and that led a spokesperson for Mayor Muriel Bowser to comment:

“Just like the wall, he will have to pay for it.”

Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) was even clearer where she stands on the issue of a parade:

As for veterans, they don’t exactly sound wild about the parade idea, either. Retired Navy Rear Admiral John Kirby noted:

“First of all, the United States doesn’t need a parade down Pennsylvania or any other avenue to show our military strength. We do that every day in virtually every clime all over the world.”

In other words, Donnie, to borrow a line from the D.C. Council: Tanks, but no tanks.

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Trump Apologist Tries To Defend The Donald Playing Golf At Taxpayer Expense, Fails Miserably (VIDEO)

The one thing Donald Trump loves more than anything else in the world is playing golf while you and I pick up the tab. Since he was inaugurated, Trump has played several million rounds of golf (only a mild overstatement), and has even resorted to telling the media he’s “working” when in fact he’s out on the golf course.

Trump’s golf obsession was the topic on CNN Monday evening, with host Don Lemon announcing:

“We crunched the numbers and found that president has spent six weekends and a total of 21 days at Mar-a-Lago, the total cost of those trips around $21.6 million.”

Bakari Sellers, a CNN contributor, added:

“Just for pure numbers sake, in the first 81 days of office, President Obama went to the golf course zero times. Let’s talk about the fiscal accountability or lack thereof and the fact is Trump is on a pace to spend more money traveling in his first year.”

That led Lemon to interject:

“We heard so much from Donald Trump about President Obama going to the golf course and playing and look that: 17 times Obama zero times. If you don’t see the hypocrisy in that, then you don’t want to see it, you’re blind.”

Asked to comment, conservative Ben Ferguson offered up one of the most ludicrous defenses of laziness you will ever hear:

“Three points here. One, what has the national debt done under the spending under this president? Has it gone up or has it gone down?”

The other panelists began rolling their eyes and laughing, leading Lemon to note:

“We’re talking about golfing and going to your vacation home.”

Attempting to recover, Ferguson then said:

“When he was in Mar-a-Lago just a few days ago, was he not with one of the biggest leaders of the world and were they not spending time talking about North Korea and were they not doing it while they were playing golf?”


“He can’t do that in D.C., Camp David?”

Desperate, Ferguson replied:

“When you go down there and you meet and spend quality time playing golf with a world leader, there is a relationship being built.”

The discussion was finally concluded with Lemon telling Ferguson:

“You can never criticize — we show the tape of the president being hypocritical and you go, ‘no he’s not.’ You can’t even acknowledge it and you have no credibility when you do that.”

No credibility is the operating principle for both Donald Trump and his failed administration.

Here’s the discussion, which begins at about the 58:56 mark:

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Former Bush Ethics Chief: Trump ‘Will Conform With The Constitution Or We Will Remove Him’ (VIDEO)

Richard Painter is the former chief ethics attorney for George W. Bush and currently a law professor at the University of Minnesota. On Monday, Painter said that if Donald Trump continues to try and skirt the Constitution, he will be impeached.

Speaking to Australia’s ABC News, Painter said he had hoped Trump would divest himself of his business holdings before he took office, but since he hasn’t, it could indeed lead to a Constitutional crisis in the near future:

“He did what he needed to do to be a successful businessman, he figured that out and he now has to figure out how to be a successful president.  But he is going to need to sell his business interests, he’s going to need to stop giving inflammatory speeches and not try to politicize our intelligence services.”

Professor Painter noted that Trump seems determined to pursue a path that could be self-destructive:

“We want a president to be an effective president within the bounds set forth by the Constitution. A president who cannot do that will be impeached. But I don’t think Donald Trump is going to choose that route.”

In particular, Painter cited the Emoluments Clause of the United States Constitution, but he also touched on other controversial proposals Trump has made:

“That also means the provisions of the constitution that protect Americans from discrimination based on their religious faith. We are not going to be keeping a registry of Muslims, we are not going to be deporting Muslims, we’re not going to be barring people from coming into our country because of their religion.”

“He is going to need to comply with the Constitution in order to be a good president, in order to remain as president. We will remove a president who cannot comply with the Constitution.”

It would be nice to think that Trump will heed the warnings of Professor Painter, but ask yourself one question: Has Donald Trump ever truly listened to anyone other than the voices in his head?

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