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There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.
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Can you imagine if Trump did that? It would be 24/7 coverage with the medias stern serious faces theorizing about how many laws he possibly broke. Same as with the GDP news this morning. If Trump was president it would be round the clock coverage of how we are in a depression with a running ticker on the screen of how many minutes until we all starve to death.
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Hey!

It’s the peoples house.

It’s the peoples land.

These are the peoples servants.


You vote them in and you pay for the service.
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Nobody voted for him, except himself and some family members.
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America is a joke shit hole of a place
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How many weddings have been held at the White House?

There have been eighteen documented weddings hosted by the President and/or First Lady of the United States:

March 29, 1812: Lucy Payne Washington (the sister of First Lady Dolley Madison) married Supreme Court Associate Justice Thomas Todd.

March 9, 1820: Maria Hester Monroe (daughter of President James Monroe and First Lady Elizabeth Monroe) married Samuel L. Gouverneur (Mrs. Monroe's nephew) and private secretary to President Monroe.

February 25, 1828: John Adams II (son of President John Quincy Adams and First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams) married Mary Catherine Hellen (Mrs. Adams's niece).

April 10, 1832: Mary Ann Eastin (grandniece of Rachel Donelson Jackson) married Lucius J. Polk.

November 29, 1832: Mary Anne Lewis (daughter of a close friend of President Andrew Jackson) married Alphonse Pageot.

January 31, 1842: Elizabeth Tyler (daughter of President John Tyler and First Lady Letitia Tyler) married William Waller in the East Room.

May 21, 1874: Nellie Grant (daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Grant) married Algernon Sartoris in the East Room.

June 19, 1878: Emily Platt (niece of President Rutherford B. Hayes) married General Russell Hastings in the Blue Room.

June 2, 1886: President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the Blue Room. Cleveland is the only president to marry inside the White House.

February 17, 1906: Alice Lee Roosevelt (daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt) married Ohio Representative Nicholas Longworth in the East Room.

November 25, 1913: Jessie Woodrow Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Francis Bowes Sayre in the East Room.

May 7, 1914: Eleanor Randolph Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo in the Blue Room.

August 7, 1918: Alice Wilson (niece of President Woodrow Wilson) married Reverend Isaac Stuart McElroy, Jr. in the Blue Room.

July 30, 1942: Harry Hopkins (administrator and advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt) married Louise Gill Macy in the Second Floor Oval Room (then Roosevelt’s private study).

December 9, 1967: Lynda Bird Johnson (daughter of President Lyndon Johnson and First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson) married Captain Charles S. Robb in the East Room.

June 12, 1971: Tricia Nixon (daughter of President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia Nixon) married Edward Finch Cox in the Rose Garden.

May 28, 1994: Anthony Rodham (brother of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton) married Nicole Boxer in the Rose Garden.

October 19, 2013: Official White House Photographer Pete Souza married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden.


Some costs associated with the ceremony — like security — will be picked up by taxpayers, but the Biden family will pay the tab for wedding activities, food, flowers, etc.

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Security expenses will likely be less holding the wedding at the White House than at a private venue which would require extensive on site planning the week prior and security for moving the president to and from the venue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83498224


So what’s the big issue here?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82068633


How many weddings have been held at the White House?

There have been eighteen documented weddings hosted by the President and/or First Lady of the United States:

March 29, 1812: Lucy Payne Washington (the sister of First Lady Dolley Madison) married Supreme Court Associate Justice Thomas Todd.

March 9, 1820: Maria Hester Monroe (daughter of President James Monroe and First Lady Elizabeth Monroe) married Samuel L. Gouverneur (Mrs. Monroe's nephew) and private secretary to President Monroe.

February 25, 1828: John Adams II (son of President John Quincy Adams and First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams) married Mary Catherine Hellen (Mrs. Adams's niece).

April 10, 1832: Mary Ann Eastin (grandniece of Rachel Donelson Jackson) married Lucius J. Polk.

November 29, 1832: Mary Anne Lewis (daughter of a close friend of President Andrew Jackson) married Alphonse Pageot.

January 31, 1842: Elizabeth Tyler (daughter of President John Tyler and First Lady Letitia Tyler) married William Waller in the East Room.

May 21, 1874: Nellie Grant (daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Grant) married Algernon Sartoris in the East Room.

June 19, 1878: Emily Platt (niece of President Rutherford B. Hayes) married General Russell Hastings in the Blue Room.

June 2, 1886: President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the Blue Room. Cleveland is the only president to marry inside the White House.

February 17, 1906: Alice Lee Roosevelt (daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt) married Ohio Representative Nicholas Longworth in the East Room.

November 25, 1913: Jessie Woodrow Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Francis Bowes Sayre in the East Room.

May 7, 1914: Eleanor Randolph Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo in the Blue Room.

August 7, 1918: Alice Wilson (niece of President Woodrow Wilson) married Reverend Isaac Stuart McElroy, Jr. in the Blue Room.

July 30, 1942: Harry Hopkins (administrator and advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt) married Louise Gill Macy in the Second Floor Oval Room (then Roosevelt’s private study).

December 9, 1967: Lynda Bird Johnson (daughter of President Lyndon Johnson and First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson) married Captain Charles S. Robb in the East Room.

June 12, 1971: Tricia Nixon (daughter of President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia Nixon) married Edward Finch Cox in the Rose Garden.

May 28, 1994: Anthony Rodham (brother of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton) married Nicole Boxer in the Rose Garden.

October 19, 2013: Official White House Photographer Pete Souza married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden.


Some costs associated with the ceremony — like security — will be picked up by taxpayers, but the Biden family will pay the tab for wedding activities, food, flowers, etc.

[link to nypost.com (secure)]

Security expenses will likely be less holding the wedding at the White House than at a private venue which would require extensive on site planning the week prior and security for moving the president to and from the venue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83498224




Let'em go to the local courthouse.
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The cost of securing city hall would far exceed holding the wedding in the already secure White House lawn. And you can’t have a reception there anyway.
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Whoa, she got rid of that unibrow just in time.
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Well, those living in the WH, and all those related to those living in the WH ALL had a go at her. So it makes sense. She can go bedroom to bedroom after the reception for old times sake.
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Is she the one he was always kissing on the lips?
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How many weddings have been held at the White House?

There have been eighteen documented weddings hosted by the President and/or First Lady of the United States:

March 29, 1812: Lucy Payne Washington (the sister of First Lady Dolley Madison) married Supreme Court Associate Justice Thomas Todd.

March 9, 1820: Maria Hester Monroe (daughter of President James Monroe and First Lady Elizabeth Monroe) married Samuel L. Gouverneur (Mrs. Monroe's nephew) and private secretary to President Monroe.

February 25, 1828: John Adams II (son of President John Quincy Adams and First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams) married Mary Catherine Hellen (Mrs. Adams's niece).

April 10, 1832: Mary Ann Eastin (grandniece of Rachel Donelson Jackson) married Lucius J. Polk.

November 29, 1832: Mary Anne Lewis (daughter of a close friend of President Andrew Jackson) married Alphonse Pageot.

January 31, 1842: Elizabeth Tyler (daughter of President John Tyler and First Lady Letitia Tyler) married William Waller in the East Room.

May 21, 1874: Nellie Grant (daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Grant) married Algernon Sartoris in the East Room.

June 19, 1878: Emily Platt (niece of President Rutherford B. Hayes) married General Russell Hastings in the Blue Room.

June 2, 1886: President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the Blue Room. Cleveland is the only president to marry inside the White House.

February 17, 1906: Alice Lee Roosevelt (daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt) married Ohio Representative Nicholas Longworth in the East Room.

November 25, 1913: Jessie Woodrow Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Francis Bowes Sayre in the East Room.

May 7, 1914: Eleanor Randolph Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo in the Blue Room.

August 7, 1918: Alice Wilson (niece of President Woodrow Wilson) married Reverend Isaac Stuart McElroy, Jr. in the Blue Room.

July 30, 1942: Harry Hopkins (administrator and advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt) married Louise Gill Macy in the Second Floor Oval Room (then Roosevelt’s private study).

December 9, 1967: Lynda Bird Johnson (daughter of President Lyndon Johnson and First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson) married Captain Charles S. Robb in the East Room.

June 12, 1971: Tricia Nixon (daughter of President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia Nixon) married Edward Finch Cox in the Rose Garden.

May 28, 1994: Anthony Rodham (brother of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton) married Nicole Boxer in the Rose Garden.

October 19, 2013: Official White House Photographer Pete Souza married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden.


Some costs associated with the ceremony — like security — will be picked up by taxpayers, but the Biden family will pay the tab for wedding activities, food, flowers, etc.

[link to nypost.com (secure)]

Security expenses will likely be less holding the wedding at the White House than at a private venue which would require extensive on site planning the week prior and security for moving the president to and from the venue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83498224


So what’s the big issue here?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82068633


How many weddings have been held at the White House?

There have been eighteen documented weddings hosted by the President and/or First Lady of the United States:

March 29, 1812: Lucy Payne Washington (the sister of First Lady Dolley Madison) married Supreme Court Associate Justice Thomas Todd.

March 9, 1820: Maria Hester Monroe (daughter of President James Monroe and First Lady Elizabeth Monroe) married Samuel L. Gouverneur (Mrs. Monroe's nephew) and private secretary to President Monroe.

February 25, 1828: John Adams II (son of President John Quincy Adams and First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams) married Mary Catherine Hellen (Mrs. Adams's niece).

April 10, 1832: Mary Ann Eastin (grandniece of Rachel Donelson Jackson) married Lucius J. Polk.

November 29, 1832: Mary Anne Lewis (daughter of a close friend of President Andrew Jackson) married Alphonse Pageot.

January 31, 1842: Elizabeth Tyler (daughter of President John Tyler and First Lady Letitia Tyler) married William Waller in the East Room.

May 21, 1874: Nellie Grant (daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Grant) married Algernon Sartoris in the East Room.

June 19, 1878: Emily Platt (niece of President Rutherford B. Hayes) married General Russell Hastings in the Blue Room.

June 2, 1886: President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the Blue Room. Cleveland is the only president to marry inside the White House.

February 17, 1906: Alice Lee Roosevelt (daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt) married Ohio Representative Nicholas Longworth in the East Room.

November 25, 1913: Jessie Woodrow Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Francis Bowes Sayre in the East Room.

May 7, 1914: Eleanor Randolph Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo in the Blue Room.

August 7, 1918: Alice Wilson (niece of President Woodrow Wilson) married Reverend Isaac Stuart McElroy, Jr. in the Blue Room.

July 30, 1942: Harry Hopkins (administrator and advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt) married Louise Gill Macy in the Second Floor Oval Room (then Roosevelt’s private study).

December 9, 1967: Lynda Bird Johnson (daughter of President Lyndon Johnson and First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson) married Captain Charles S. Robb in the East Room.

June 12, 1971: Tricia Nixon (daughter of President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia Nixon) married Edward Finch Cox in the Rose Garden.

May 28, 1994: Anthony Rodham (brother of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton) married Nicole Boxer in the Rose Garden.

October 19, 2013: Official White House Photographer Pete Souza married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden.


Some costs associated with the ceremony — like security — will be picked up by taxpayers, but the Biden family will pay the tab for wedding activities, food, flowers, etc.

[link to nypost.com (secure)]

Security expenses will likely be less holding the wedding at the White House than at a private venue which would require extensive on site planning the week prior and security for moving the president to and from the venue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83498224




Let'em go to the local courthouse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83930492


The cost of securing city hall would far exceed holding the wedding in the already secure White House lawn. And you can’t have a reception there anyway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81088244



No guests, no reception, just the county clerk and a cab ride home.
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Don't you know WH now stands for WHORE HOUSE? A Biden wedding is just another event for a mass inbred orgy.
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Personally, I think the giant erect penis in the background is a great metaphysical joke.

The god they worship.
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How many weddings have been held at the White House?

There have been eighteen documented weddings hosted by the President and/or First Lady of the United States:

March 29, 1812: Lucy Payne Washington (the sister of First Lady Dolley Madison) married Supreme Court Associate Justice Thomas Todd.

March 9, 1820: Maria Hester Monroe (daughter of President James Monroe and First Lady Elizabeth Monroe) married Samuel L. Gouverneur (Mrs. Monroe's nephew) and private secretary to President Monroe.

February 25, 1828: John Adams II (son of President John Quincy Adams and First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams) married Mary Catherine Hellen (Mrs. Adams's niece).

April 10, 1832: Mary Ann Eastin (grandniece of Rachel Donelson Jackson) married Lucius J. Polk.

November 29, 1832: Mary Anne Lewis (daughter of a close friend of President Andrew Jackson) married Alphonse Pageot.

January 31, 1842: Elizabeth Tyler (daughter of President John Tyler and First Lady Letitia Tyler) married William Waller in the East Room.

May 21, 1874: Nellie Grant (daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Grant) married Algernon Sartoris in the East Room.

June 19, 1878: Emily Platt (niece of President Rutherford B. Hayes) married General Russell Hastings in the Blue Room.

June 2, 1886: President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the Blue Room. Cleveland is the only president to marry inside the White House.

February 17, 1906: Alice Lee Roosevelt (daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt) married Ohio Representative Nicholas Longworth in the East Room.

November 25, 1913: Jessie Woodrow Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Francis Bowes Sayre in the East Room.

May 7, 1914: Eleanor Randolph Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo in the Blue Room.

August 7, 1918: Alice Wilson (niece of President Woodrow Wilson) married Reverend Isaac Stuart McElroy, Jr. in the Blue Room.

July 30, 1942: Harry Hopkins (administrator and advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt) married Louise Gill Macy in the Second Floor Oval Room (then Roosevelt’s private study).

December 9, 1967: Lynda Bird Johnson (daughter of President Lyndon Johnson and First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson) married Captain Charles S. Robb in the East Room.

June 12, 1971: Tricia Nixon (daughter of President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia Nixon) married Edward Finch Cox in the Rose Garden.

May 28, 1994: Anthony Rodham (brother of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton) married Nicole Boxer in the Rose Garden.

October 19, 2013: Official White House Photographer Pete Souza married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden.


Some costs associated with the ceremony — like security — will be picked up by taxpayers, but the Biden family will pay the tab for wedding activities, food, flowers, etc.

[link to nypost.com (secure)]

Security expenses will likely be less holding the wedding at the White House than at a private venue which would require extensive on site planning the week prior and security for moving the president to and from the venue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83498224


So what’s the big issue here?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82068633


How many weddings have been held at the White House?

There have been eighteen documented weddings hosted by the President and/or First Lady of the United States:

March 29, 1812: Lucy Payne Washington (the sister of First Lady Dolley Madison) married Supreme Court Associate Justice Thomas Todd.

March 9, 1820: Maria Hester Monroe (daughter of President James Monroe and First Lady Elizabeth Monroe) married Samuel L. Gouverneur (Mrs. Monroe's nephew) and private secretary to President Monroe.

February 25, 1828: John Adams II (son of President John Quincy Adams and First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams) married Mary Catherine Hellen (Mrs. Adams's niece).

April 10, 1832: Mary Ann Eastin (grandniece of Rachel Donelson Jackson) married Lucius J. Polk.

November 29, 1832: Mary Anne Lewis (daughter of a close friend of President Andrew Jackson) married Alphonse Pageot.

January 31, 1842: Elizabeth Tyler (daughter of President John Tyler and First Lady Letitia Tyler) married William Waller in the East Room.

May 21, 1874: Nellie Grant (daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Grant) married Algernon Sartoris in the East Room.

June 19, 1878: Emily Platt (niece of President Rutherford B. Hayes) married General Russell Hastings in the Blue Room.

June 2, 1886: President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom in the Blue Room. Cleveland is the only president to marry inside the White House.

February 17, 1906: Alice Lee Roosevelt (daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt) married Ohio Representative Nicholas Longworth in the East Room.

November 25, 1913: Jessie Woodrow Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Francis Bowes Sayre in the East Room.

May 7, 1914: Eleanor Randolph Wilson (daughter of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady Ellen Wilson) married Secretary of the Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo in the Blue Room.

August 7, 1918: Alice Wilson (niece of President Woodrow Wilson) married Reverend Isaac Stuart McElroy, Jr. in the Blue Room.

July 30, 1942: Harry Hopkins (administrator and advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt) married Louise Gill Macy in the Second Floor Oval Room (then Roosevelt’s private study).

December 9, 1967: Lynda Bird Johnson (daughter of President Lyndon Johnson and First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson) married Captain Charles S. Robb in the East Room.

June 12, 1971: Tricia Nixon (daughter of President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia Nixon) married Edward Finch Cox in the Rose Garden.

May 28, 1994: Anthony Rodham (brother of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton) married Nicole Boxer in the Rose Garden.

October 19, 2013: Official White House Photographer Pete Souza married Patti Lease in the Rose Garden.


Some costs associated with the ceremony — like security — will be picked up by taxpayers, but the Biden family will pay the tab for wedding activities, food, flowers, etc.

[link to nypost.com (secure)]

Security expenses will likely be less holding the wedding at the White House than at a private venue which would require extensive on site planning the week prior and security for moving the president to and from the venue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83498224




Let'em go to the local courthouse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83930492


The cost of securing city hall would far exceed holding the wedding in the already secure White House lawn. And you can’t have a reception there anyway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81088244



No guests, no reception, just the county clerk and a cab ride home.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83930492


Is that what you would want for your granddaughter’s wedding?
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This shit is going to costs $10m easy. All the secret service, capital police, kick backs from foreign governments and HUNTERS BLOW. Okay, make that $50m
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10m?

add a zero there guy...
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And yes, she's right.

Many lies ahead.

Lol
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So what’s the big issue here?
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Let'em go to the local courthouse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83930492


The cost of securing city hall would far exceed holding the wedding in the already secure White House lawn. And you can’t have a reception there anyway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81088244



No guests, no reception, just the county clerk and a cab ride home.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83930492


Is that what you would want for your granddaughter’s wedding?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81088244



No, but I've not cheated in any elections, committed no crimes, and have not wrecked the country and half the world.
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Personally I don't have a problem with this BUT....

let's go whole hog royal wedding style and have the sniffer camera on Joe Biden for a whole 8 to 12 hours of official State Wedding coverage, instead of a 2 minute clip afterwards on the TV.

I don't think he could stand there for that sort of TV coverage without some sort of medical event.
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Personally I don't have a problem with this BUT....

let's go whole hog royal wedding style and have the sniffer camera on Joe Biden for a whole 8 to 12 hours of official State Wedding coverage, instead of a 2 minute clip afterwards on the TV.

I don't think he could stand there for that sort of TV coverage without some sort of medical event.
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Don't need a 30 mil wedding for that. Just send a group of unescorted kids running down the hall. The shit hemmorage will be almost immediate.
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Remember when Trump had secret service spending money at his hotels.

It's always excusable when "your side" does it, but you flip shit when the other side does the same thing.

Your hypocrisy is retarded, and laughable.
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Do you dumbocrats ever live in the present? It's always: Trump did it. too. Remember when? Remember!? When!?

lmao
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Just...

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Remember when Trump had secret service spending money at his hotels.

It's always excusable when "your side" does it, but you flip shit when the other side does the same thing.

Your hypocrisy is retarded, and laughable.
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Do you dumbocrats ever live in the present? It's always: Trump did it. too. Remember when? Remember!? When!?

lmao
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Trump earned it.
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Here's a real dilemma for you.

Imagine meeting the most amazing woman in the world who you have the best connection with that you've ever had on earth. Truly a breathtaking human.

Now imagine that woman is Joe Biden's granddaughter.

I would delete her contact information, tell her that her grandfather is a complete piece of shit and then tell her i'm sorry because she is so amazing but I refuse to be a part of that piece of shit's extended family. Then never communicate with her ever again.
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You are certainly no Romeo.
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Trump spends millions upon millions of american tax dollars on his golf game and at his own clubs mind you and you are bitching like a whiny bitch about a wedding. Sit Down Robot you are broken.
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So her fiancee is happy with Hunter's sloppy seconds?
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he broke her in and trained her well?
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Trump spends millions upon millions of american tax dollars on his golf game and at his own clubs mind you and you are bitching like a whiny bitch about a wedding. Sit Down Robot you are broken.
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 Quoting: John Dutton


Trump spends millions upon millions of american tax dollars on his golf game and at his own clubs mind you and you are bitching like a whiny bitch about a wedding. Sit Down Robot you are broken.
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Trump earned it, your pedo has not.
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Here's a real dilemma for you.

Imagine meeting the most amazing woman in the world who you have the best connection with that you've ever had on earth. Truly a breathtaking human.

Now imagine that woman is Joe Biden's granddaughter.

I would delete her contact information, tell her that her grandfather is a complete piece of shit and then tell her i'm sorry because she is so amazing but I refuse to be a part of that piece of shit's extended family. Then never communicate with her ever again.
 Quoting: Mr Cheese

Lizard blood doesn't thin out in just two generations.

It's a safe bet she's a complete sack of shit like the rest of her family...
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Bahahaha

Methinks this is just another opportunity to point out all the inconsistencies they leave for the keen eye to notice about Amazon Studios.

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Hopefully the russians will handle this for us, timing is everything

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Thinking the same thing.



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RELEASE ALL OBAMA BIDEN CLINTON records...Putin is a asshole, just like Biden and Clinton.
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The current state of the economy makes this particularly repulsive.

The faux-royalty will have their "palace" event. They will spend gobs of the people's money, while those same people are struggling to buy food for their tables and gas for their cars. Food pickings are getting mighty thin at the grocery stores, and the prices are jumping like crazy. Yet these pompous jerks will experience no problem getting whatever food they want and at our expense.

I didn't even notice if she announced the date yet. Pre-election to give the US our own mockery of a "royal wedding" as a distraction?

I bet they televise the damn thing. Whatever you do, don't watch any coverage of this.
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Trump spends millions upon millions of american tax dollars on his golf game and at his own clubs mind you and you are bitching like a whiny bitch about a wedding. Sit Down Robot you are broken.
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Actually if "Trump spends millions upon millions of american tax dollars on his golf game and at his own clubs" wouldn't The Democrat have tried to impeach him for doing that?

Surely even Adam Schiff could have built a case for impeachment if Trump had done what you claim...
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Remember when Trump had secret service spending money at his hotels.

It's always excusable when "your side" does it, but you flip shit when the other side does the same thing.

Your hypocrisy is retarded, and laughable.
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The system is corrupt, murderous AND retardedly laughable.





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