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Trump ‘Not Happy’ With Bipartisan Shutdown Deal, May ‘Let China Slide’ On Trade Deadline

"...it's all gonna happen where we're gonna build a beautiful, big strong wall."

"...it's all gonna happen where we're gonna build a beautiful, big strong wall."
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9 comments on “Trump ‘Not Happy’ With Bipartisan Shutdown Deal, May ‘Let China Slide’ On Trade Deadline

  1. He opens his mouth and, like clockwork, the lies just pour out. With apologies to Melania, think I’m going to start referring to him as Old Faithful.

  2. A rare, free post. Zero nasty comments on Drumpf. I refuse to waste any more of my life on this orange zero. As for Melania, she can self-deport her skank ass back to Slovenia. “Be Best” indeed.

    • Anon, I couldn’t agree more.
      The cruelest knife is the knife of indifference.
      Even conservative pundits are saying after El Paso “inane” and “boring”.
      Unfortunately the headlines are still distracting me. Even Swedish bonds are more interesting.

  3. What are Limbaugh-Hannity-Ingraham saying about the deal? The fate of the bipartisan compromise is in their hands.

    btw, you can calculate just about how much the Republicans in congress like the wall by the outcome of this negotiation.

  4. Lance Manly

    I wonder if Stormy gave Pelosi Trump spanking lessons.

  5. 50 years ago, we sent people to the Moon. Today, we bother to seriously consider it was a hoax…maybe that everything is a hoax.

    Fuck, that’s how bad it is now.

    • Harvey Cotton

      It’s the Internet, man. If you had a minority opinion in the past, chances are countless random encounters would grind your opinions to dust or force you to keep it to yourself. Now, no matter what it is you believe or what your kink is – how arcane or fringe or batspit – you will find a community of people online who will justify and reinforce your beliefs and practices, and will provide the echo chamber necessary to steel you against all argument or even facts. The positive thing is that is supplies succor to legitimately persecuted minorities or allows people cheap access to highly technical information. The cost, though, is the infinite number of rabbit holes you can fall through.

      • Probably the most insightful comment posted on the Heis in quite some time. Thanks.

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