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Kelly is now rushing to the oval office to smash Trumps phone

Flynn just pleaded guilty to lying to FBI, in a plea deal where he will cooperate with Mueller. 

Panic in the stock markets and panic in the White House?


Why do those fingers look so very short? What happens when it dawns on Trump that everyone on Mueller's team subscribes to Trump's tweets?

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go. He, he, he, he, he.
WILLY said…
Hey MoS

The GOP on TV are still holding the line that Trump won't or can't be implicated in Russian quid pro quo, although obstruction with the firing of Yates, Comey and the NY DA to protect Flynn is looking more interesting.

It might all come down to whether the Republicans think they are better off by dumping him and if they get the big tax cut for their donors passed, Trump may become very quickly expendable.

It would be a nice Xmas gift though.

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