Not sure what those in the American Government are smoking, but sure is a cause for the circus we are watching. Although there are considerable cause for irritation to the affairs of the office of President, but, no matter the issues, Mr. Trump holds the office of the Presidency no matter the opinions of others. He will continue to do so until he is no longer the President of The United States.
It is amazing though how many are so against him and with this, the US News Media is making a circus out of this. It is to the actions of the US Media as not to be trusted.
None of this fight will be worth it if Congress doesn't write a reasonably enforceable law to back up the wall. But then again, if we had a reasonably enforceable wall the 25BN from our pockets wouldn't be necessary.
Oh, maybe the whole 25BN is not necessary. Until we get a reasonable law it would be a lot cheaper (and everything is decided by the Holy Dollar, isn't it? to deploy machine guns along the border. Splattering kids with machine gun bullets instead of starving them on the border or dehydrating them to death is a lot more spectacular and would please a lot of Trumpistas. Besides, it would turn away a lot of people seeking asylum, proving they were trying to flee from violence to a much more violent society that we are perfecting.
All within the law, of course. Second Amendment Solution, extended!
It is interesting indeed so of the currant circus of tragedy that seems to be currant in the Trump administration. If it was not so serious it would be comical.
It was interesting also of the Michael Moore interview of what Mr. Moore had to say. The number two video though, was very revealing with Mr. Sabastion Gorka. This man has all the manners of not to be trusted, but there he is:
Zembla is a Dutch television documentary programme produced by BNNVARA (previously VARA, and until 2010, also NPS (a Dutch Programme Foundation, a Dutch government-funded radio and TV broadcasting foundation). The documentaries are based on in-depth research. The program often deals with controversial topics.
A documentary in 2001 about fraud in the Dutch construction sector led to parliamentary inquiries.
In May 2006, the programme exposed the fact that politician Ayaan Hirsi Ali had lied in her claim for asylum, which led to her resignation from parliament.
In May 2017, Zembla aired a two-part documentary investigating ties between Donald Trump and the Russian mafia, entitled The Dubious Friends of Donald Trump (De omstreden vrienden van Trump). An English-language version of the documentary with additional reference materials in English was also put online. There is now a third part to the series.
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