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2019-04-15 03:14:12 PM  
Interesting. All that sucking up Pence has done has not saved him.
 
2019-04-15 03:26:18 PM  
So Trump is further isolating himself.

This is fine.
 
2019-04-15 03:47:43 PM  
FTA:
Instead, Trump reportedly invites aides to lunch meetings with Vice President Pence...

The one-on-one meeting format has historically been viewed as a way to strengthen the relationship between the president and vice president and prevent leaks, according to The Atlantic
.

Two things:
1. Trump *must have* an audience.

2. Leave it to him to take something that, in part, was designed to prevent leaks and turn it into a group activity that only makes them more possible.

I'm so glad we have Stable Genius in the Oval Office.
 
2019-04-15 04:01:20 PM  

Unobtanium: FTA:
Instead, Trump reportedly invites aides to lunch meetings with Vice President Pence...

The one-on-one meeting format has historically been viewed as a way to strengthen the relationship between the president and vice president and prevent leaks, according to The Atlantic.

Two things:
1. Trump *must have* an audience.

2. Leave it to him to take something that, in part, was designed to prevent leaks and turn it into a group activity that only makes them more possible.

I'm so glad we have Stable Genius in the Oval Office.


The fact that he needs people to watch him yell at cable news during lunch is just... farking pathetic.
 
2019-04-15 04:10:09 PM  

Fireproof: Interesting. All that sucking up Pence has done has not saved him.


It's Trump's world.  We just live in it.  At least that's how he sees things.

We didn't need to see this "mesmerizing nightmare" (thanks, Mayor Pete!) play itself out to know that Trump is unreliable and will turn on you in a heartbeat.

And then there's:

Trump often brings up Pence's endorsement of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in the 2016 Indiana primary, The Atlantic, citing unidentified sources, added, noting that the president has told Pence he is in Trump's debt for sparing him a reelection fight for Indiana's governorship.

"I had the most valuable endorsement: [former Indiana University basketball coach] Bobby Knight," Trump said at a 2017 White House dinner, a person in the room told the news outlet. "I won the primary. And now look where you are, Mike."


Pence is only useful to Trump as long as Trump can keep him under his thumb.  It must be humiliating to be constantly reminded of it by that orange oaf.

Trump doesn't care about loyalty. He only wants fealty and blind subservience.
 
2019-04-15 04:12:39 PM  
Trump reportedly invites aides to lunch meetings with Vice President Pence.


As Mother would have it since she realizes what a conflicted suckup her husband is.
 
2019-04-15 04:13:47 PM  
Why do people keep helping Donnie again?
 
2019-04-15 04:14:52 PM  
Pence is so dull, it'll take several months to process this information.
 
2019-04-15 04:15:23 PM  
I'm pretty sure that Pence skipping the one-on-one's with Trump are his mommy's idea.  She doesn't want Trump grabbing his pussy.
 
2019-04-15 04:16:42 PM  
"Trump frequently yells at the TV and will break from the lunch to discuss a response with aides if he sees something on screen that angers him."

Simultaneously not surprising and farking appalling.
 
Bf+
2019-04-15 04:16:50 PM  
He's grown bored with his Pence Doll.
 
2019-04-15 04:17:02 PM  

Voiceofreason01: Why do people keep helping Donnie again?


He's a giant, deranged, orange useful idiot; who is very easily influenced by others?
 
2019-04-15 04:17:51 PM  
IIgotta say, I'm with Trump on this one. I, too, would get sick of Mike Pence's non-stop talking about gays. How many times could you hear how those muscular gay dudes covered in sweat and a sickly sweet aroma are doing terrible things that the Lord surely disapproves of, could you stand?
 
2019-04-15 04:17:54 PM  

Diogenes: Fireproof: Interesting. All that sucking up Pence has done has not saved him.

It's Trump's world.  We just live in it.  At least that's how he sees things.

We didn't need to see this "mesmerizing nightmare" (thanks, Mayor Pete!) play itself out to know that Trump is unreliable and will turn on you in a heartbeat.

And then there's:

Trump often brings up Pence's endorsement of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in the 2016 Indiana primary, The Atlantic, citing unidentified sources, added, noting that the president has told Pence he is in Trump's debt for sparing him a reelection fight for Indiana's governorship.

"I had the most valuable endorsement: [former Indiana University basketball coach] Bobby Knight," Trump said at a 2017 White House dinner, a person in the room told the news outlet. "I won the primary. And now look where you are, Mike."

Pence is only useful to Trump as long as Trump can keep him under his thumb.  It must be humiliating to be constantly reminded of it by that orange oaf.

Trump doesn't care about loyalty. He only wants fealty and blind subservience.


Trump is alienating the guy he might one day be asking to pardon him.

Such a special genius.

/Maybe Mike's one of those forgiving types.
 
2019-04-15 04:18:43 PM  
jfc
 
2019-04-15 04:19:43 PM  

Unobtanium: FTA:
Instead, Trump reportedly invites aides to lunch meetings with Vice President Pence...

The one-on-one meeting format has historically been viewed as a way to strengthen the relationship between the president and vice president and prevent leaks, according to The Atlantic.

Two things:
1. Trump *must have* an audience.

2. Leave it to him to take something that, in part, was designed to prevent leaks and turn it into a group activity that only makes them more possible.

I'm so glad we have Stable Genius in the Oval Office.


Also, they hate each other, and they're both right.
 
2019-04-15 04:20:18 PM  

Voiceofreason01: Why do people keep helping Donnie again?


I think there are a few categories of people who work for Trump, as follows:

1. People who are washed up otherwise and hoping to regain some degree of power.  Examples: Giuliani, Chris Christie, John Bolton, Pence

2. People who a more "typical" (read: less batshiat crazy) administration wouldn't touch.  Examples: Stephen Miller, Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Sarah Huckabee

3. People who he likes because they kiss his ass.  Examples: Matthew "Big Dick Toilets" Whittaker, that jamoke he named to the Fed not long ago (not Herman Cain), Herman Cain.

Now, these categories are not set in stone, and someone can be in more than one of them.  But I think that those are the 3 main groups.
 
2019-04-15 04:20:23 PM  

Voiceofreason01: Why do people keep helping Donnie again?


Anyone of average intelligence who talks to him for five minutes thinks he's an idiot with lots of money. The less scrupulous will see him as an easy mark. Those of above average intelligent see that he's failure personified, and it will end up costing you more to become entangled with his orangeness than you'll ever get out of him. Of course, those of below average intelligence are his base.
 
2019-04-15 04:21:07 PM  
"I had the most valuable endorsement: [former Indiana University basketball coach] Bobby Knight," Trump said at a 2017 White House dinner

Can someone tell me if Bobby Knight is the most valuable endorsement in Indiana?

I've been to Indianapolis twice and thank god I don't see me going back anytime soon so i really can't judge for myself.
 
2019-04-15 04:21:15 PM  

You'd turn it off when I was halfway across: Diogenes: Fireproof: Interesting. All that sucking up Pence has done has not saved him.

It's Trump's world.  We just live in it.  At least that's how he sees things.

We didn't need to see this "mesmerizing nightmare" (thanks, Mayor Pete!) play itself out to know that Trump is unreliable and will turn on you in a heartbeat.

And then there's:

Trump often brings up Pence's endorsement of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in the 2016 Indiana primary, The Atlantic, citing unidentified sources, added, noting that the president has told Pence he is in Trump's debt for sparing him a reelection fight for Indiana's governorship.

"I had the most valuable endorsement: [former Indiana University basketball coach] Bobby Knight," Trump said at a 2017 White House dinner, a person in the room told the news outlet. "I won the primary. And now look where you are, Mike."

Pence is only useful to Trump as long as Trump can keep him under his thumb.  It must be humiliating to be constantly reminded of it by that orange oaf.

Trump doesn't care about loyalty. He only wants fealty and blind subservience.

Trump is alienating the guy he might one day be asking to pardon him.

Such a special genius.

/Maybe Mike's one of those forgiving types.


Transactional president ain't got time for shiat like strategy, forward-thinking, planning.
 
2019-04-15 04:21:22 PM  
There is such a thing as enabling.  This is enabling. This is an elected official, after all.
 
2019-04-15 04:23:06 PM  
They can't hear you through the TV, Donny.
 
2019-04-15 04:34:12 PM  

You'd turn it off when I was halfway across: Diogenes: Fireproof: Interesting. All that sucking up Pence has done has not saved him.

It's Trump's world.  We just live in it.  At least that's how he sees things.

We didn't need to see this "mesmerizing nightmare" (thanks, Mayor Pete!) play itself out to know that Trump is unreliable and will turn on you in a heartbeat.

And then there's:

Trump often brings up Pence's endorsement of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in the 2016 Indiana primary, The Atlantic, citing unidentified sources, added, noting that the president has told Pence he is in Trump's debt for sparing him a reelection fight for Indiana's governorship.

"I had the most valuable endorsement: [former Indiana University basketball coach] Bobby Knight," Trump said at a 2017 White House dinner, a person in the room told the news outlet. "I won the primary. And now look where you are, Mike."

Pence is only useful to Trump as long as Trump can keep him under his thumb.  It must be humiliating to be constantly reminded of it by that orange oaf.

Trump doesn't care about loyalty. He only wants fealty and blind subservience.

Trump is alienating the guy he might one day be asking to pardon him.

Such a special genius.

/Maybe Mike's one of those forgiving types.


No, he's a "christian"
 
2019-04-15 04:36:24 PM  

Diogenes: It's Trump's world Trumpworld™. We just live in it. At least that's how he sees things.


FTFY
 
2019-04-15 04:47:07 PM  
Pence, Romney, Christie, Graham, Giuliani: prominent Republicans who kneel and gobble the mushroom whenever ordered to do so.

The burning outhouse once known as the Republican Party...words fail me. I can only hope that Pence seethes with impotent rage when he is subjected to Piggy's constant stream of childish, witless abuse.
 
2019-04-15 04:51:42 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: "Trump frequently yells at the TV and will break from the lunch to discuss a response with aides if he sees something on screen that angers him."

Simultaneously not surprising and farking appalling.


A ferociously and miserably angry Chauncey Gardner.
 
2019-04-15 04:52:41 PM  
I'm surprised he doesn't throw things. Or like Montgomery Burns, order someone else to throw things.
 
2019-04-15 05:03:05 PM  
Pence was getting pretty sick of all those hamberders anyway.

Mother says they give him the trots for several days after eating one.
 
2019-04-15 05:05:26 PM  
Great, just tell Fox News exactly when he's watching and they have his ear

/ I know, it's always, and DVR'd
 
2019-04-15 05:06:45 PM  

Voiceofreason01: Why do people keep helping Donnie again?


I have no idea.
 
2019-04-15 05:08:12 PM  
Perfectly reasonable, perfectly normal.
 
2019-04-15 05:21:54 PM  
Good boy, Pencey, good boy...

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2019-04-15 05:26:15 PM  
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2019-04-15 05:31:25 PM  
Next step: "I have full confidence in Mike Pence."
Then: "My 2020 running mate will be Ivanka, who will succeed me in 2024."
 
2019-04-15 07:43:37 PM  

lilbjorn: Next step: "I have full confidence in Mike Pence."
Then: "My 2020 running mate will be Ivanka, who will succeed me in 2024."


It's really gotta sting Little Trumpy to be criticized by someone like Rep. Omar.

Who, just like Ivanka, is a 37-year-old mother. But whom - unlike Ivanka - got where she is solely by her own efforts and ability, unhampered by sweatshop-made "fashion" and multiple cosmetic surgeries.

And is also very brown. And from one of those shiathole countries, to boot.

KEEP IT UP IHLAN
 
2019-04-15 10:40:18 PM  
He didn't pick Pence. He doesn't know Pence. He doesn't *understand* Pence. 

He sure as hell doesn't trust Pence. 

Of course he doesn't want anything to do with him, and certainly not alone.
 
2019-04-16 01:02:44 AM  

litespeed74: [out.com image 750x422]

When Mother has the remote for the anal-egg

 
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