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Junior and Eric 2: Udvay and Quesay

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Junior needs to ditch the beard. It's not attractive and we can still see his face.

"Donald Trump Jr. agrees to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee again"

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Donald Trump Jr. has reached a deal with the Senate Intelligence Committee to appear for a second closed-door interview in June, according to people familiar with the matter, ending a tense standoff between the president’s son and the panel’s Republican chairman.

Under the terms of the deal, Trump Jr. will testify for up to four hours on a limited number of topics. The committee’s vice chairman, Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.), and a representative for its chairman, Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), declined to confirm or comment on the deal. Alan Futerfas, a lawyer for Trump Jr., also declined to comment.

The agreement quells a simmering crisis for the GOP, after several Republican senators openly urged Trump Jr. either not to comply with a subpoena issued by the committee — or invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination if he appeared.

Trump Jr. has been a focus of several probes — including special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation — over his involvement in a June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer who allegedly had promised incriminating information about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Congressional Democrats think that in his previous turns on Capitol Hill, Trump Jr. may have lied to investigators about that meeting and whether he alerted his father that the meeting would take place.

The deal between Trump Jr. and the Senate Intelligence Committee comes as the House Intelligence Committee is threatening to subpoena four lawyers for President Trump, his children and his businesses to determine whether they or others directed Michael Cohen to lie to lawmakers about the president’s efforts to build a tower in Russia during his presidential campaign.

Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) reached out to the lawyers in March, shortly after Cohen, Trump’s former attorney, told lawmakers during congressional hearings that the president’s lawyers had helped edit his 2017 testimony, in which he said the president relinquished his plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow months earlier than he did.

Cohen also told members of the House Intelligence Committee that he had discussed the possibility of a pardon with representatives of the president, including his lawyer, Jay Sekulow, who denied the assertion at the time.

Sekulow is one of the four lawyers who now faces the threat of a subpoena after failing to produce documents and schedule interviews with the Intelligence panel before last Friday, according to a committee aide — a deadline Schiff imposed in a letter sent to the lawyers’ representatives earlier this month.

The other lawyers whose records and testimony are being pursued are Abbe Lowell, a lawyer for Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, senior White House adviser Jared Kushner; Alan Futerfas, a lawyer for the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr.; and Alan Garten, who represents the Trump Organization.

The quartet of counsels pushed back against the committee’s request in an April letter, in which their attorneys claimed, among other things, that the committee’s request is without legislative merit and that their actions would be covered by attorney-client privilege.

The Washington Post obtained a copy of the correspondence, the existence of which was first reported by the New York Times.

On Tuesday, Patrick Strawbridge, a lawyer for Sekulow, released a statement on behalf of the group, accusing Schiff of fomenting a “truly needless dispute.”

“Instead of addressing important intelligence needs, the House Intelligence Committee appears to seek a truly needless dispute — this one with private attorneys — that would force them to violate privileges and ethical rules,” Strawbridge wrote. “As committed defense lawyers, we will respect the constitution and defend the attorney-client privilege — one of the oldest and most sacred privileges in the law.”

Schiff defended the inquiry Tuesday, arguing that materials the Intelligence Committee has collected, as well as Cohen’s testimony to the panel and special counsel Robert S. Mueller III “raise serious, unresolved concerns about the obstruction of our Committee’s investigation that we would be negligent not to pursue.”

“The Mueller Report revealed a widespread, coordinated effort by the President and his surrogates to obstruct the Special Counsel’s investigation,” Schiff continued in a statement. “We must determine how expansive the obstruction effort was, and whether others were involved beyond those who were indicted.”

The standoff threatens to drag the Trump family’s lawyers into potential court battles with Congress as their clients are facing the same possibility. Several of the Democrat-run House committees investigating the president are preparing to enforce subpoenas with contempt resolutions, which leaders have indicated they want to bundle together into a package of measures before sending it to the House floor.

The House Judiciary Committee has already voted to hold Attorney General William P. Barr in contempt, and threatened to do the same for former White House counsel Donald McGahn, if he does not comply with a subpoena to testify before the panel next Tuesday.

Schiff’s request seeks information about the contacts between Cohen, Trump, representatives of the Trump organization and any Russians related to the Trump Tower Moscow project — including details about its timeline and any plans to have Trump, then a presidential candidate, travel to Russia to help it along.

It also seeks details on any discussion about any pardon or “pardon-related concept” that was discussed for Cohen or other affiliates of the president who testified to the House Intelligence Committee, as well as the edits made to Cohen’s testimony.

Cohen is presently serving a three-year prison sentence for lying to lawmakers, as well as financial crimes.

 

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I experience a little frisson of happiness when I think about what all these lawyers and Trump's feckless offspring are paying in lawyers' fees to their own lawyers.  It doesn't take many billable hours to head into the low six figures in lawyers fees and it goes up from there. 

Oh, and **** all of those subpoena-defying turd knockers.  

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Botkinetti

I also experience happiness at the thought that Don jr and Eric may have to come to the realization that their actions may have harsh consequences. I’m sure Cohen believed he was protected and invulnerable and yet he is sitting in a jail cell. 

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27 minutes ago, laPapessaGiovanna said:

I had to compliment you for the tags @GreyhoundFan

Thank you, I was in a mood... 😉

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AmazonGrace

Is he Udway or Quesay? 

anyway he's still bad at standing and why can't he afford clothes that fit? 

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I always think of him as Udvay, not sure why. That picture makes him look like he's saying that the human suit is getting itchy. I stood that way after some jellyfish wrapped themselves around my midsection and it was excruciating to have anything touch me.

He really needs to ditch the beard. And the clothes need steamed or pressed.

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To me he's Fredo-dumb, and Eric is Fredo-dumber. 

@GreyhoundFan, that jellyfish around your midsection must have been excruciating. I hope that torment didn't last too long and you've fully recovered.

Fredo-dumb is holding his arms out like that because that's the way big muscly men hold their arms, and he's trying to emulate being as masculine as possible. Hence the beard too. It wouldn't surprise me that it's his way of trying to obey after daddy told him to 'man up'.

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1 hour ago, fraurosena said:

To me he's Fredo-dumb, and Eric is Fredo-dumber. 

@GreyhoundFan, that jellyfish around your midsection must have been excruciating. I hope that torment didn't last too long and you've fully recovered.

I recovered a long time ago. It happened in 1978. My mom's boyfriend and I were swimming in the bay and went out way too far. It usually wasn't a problem because we were both strong swimmers, but that day, we got stung by jellyfish. Both of us had them around our midsections, i had them around my legs, and he got them around his arms while trying to pull them off me. It was like hundreds of bee stings. After that, I started swimming in pools instead of open water.

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They both look totally douche-y.

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Gee, Quesay doesn't want to answer questions. What a surprise.

 

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I hate that my tax dollars go to these assholes enriching themselves: "‘These boys were on a holiday’: Trump family members promote themselves, and businesses, on European trip"

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As parties go, it’s hard to top a state dinner with the queen of England, but President Trump’s sons — Donald Jr. and Eric — tried to keep the revelry going during an impromptu pub crawl in Doonbeg, Ireland, where they bought rounds of Guinness for the locals and reveled in the adoration of a village where the Trump family owns property.

“It’s exciting when Trump comes into town, isn’t it?” Eric Trump declared Wednesday evening amid the festivities.

Not just Trump, but the Trumps — decidedly plural. As the president has hopscotched on official duties between three European nations this week, his four adult children — also including daughters Ivanka and Tiffany — have been prominently involved in many high-profile moments.

They sat for the white tie dinner with Queen Elizabeth, toured the Churchill War Rooms, attended the 75th anniversary commemoration of the D-Day invasion in Normandy and, for the Trump sons, checked in on the family business at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel in Doonbeg, where the president is spending two nights before returning to Washington on Friday.

If the display sought to project the Trumps as global goodwill ambassadors for the United States, it has also raised questions given the president’s refusal to draw strict boundaries between his official duties and his private business.

Ivanka, and her husband Jared Kushner, hold administration jobs, while Trump’s two eldest sons oversee the Trump Organization’s real estate holdings around the world, including the Doonbeg property. Lara Trump, Eric’s wife, who also is on the trip, is an adviser to the president’s campaign. Barron, Trump’s 13-year-old son, remained in Washington.

The question of who is paying for the family members’ participation — and whether American taxpayers will be on the hook — has emerged as an unresolved subplot, with newspapers in Scotland and London scouring State Department databases and reporting on the fancy hotels and expensive limousines contracted by the U.S. government.

During the trip, the Trump children have documented their exploits in glitzy Instagram posts — touring Buckingham Palace! observing the aerial flyover in Normandy! pouring pints behind the bar in Doonbeg! — in a modern-day slide show of “wish-you-were-here!” family vacation moments for the public back home. At times, the images appeared discordant with the aims of a U.S. government delegation representing the nation’s geostrategic interests.

“Questions surrounding the family on this trip come from Trump’s decision not to divest from his business and hiring Ivanka and Jared,” said John Wonderlich, executive director of the Sunlight Foundation, an open-government advocacy group that has sought to document potential conflicts of interest for the Trump family.

“It’s not utterly inappropriate for family members to be involved in a state dinner, but are they trying to show they are united and that the business and family interests are the same?” Wonderlich said. “We’re always left in doubt about what their intentions are. You can’t say it’s just a family.”

Trump aides scoffed at such questions and privately pointed out that past presidents have traveled with family members, including children. Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush brought their children on some foreign trips, and former aides said there was nothing inherently untoward about such arrangements.

In 2013, for example, the Obamas brought daughters Malia and Sasha — both minors — on a three-nation tour of Africa, including a family visit to Robbin Island, where Nelson Mandela had spent two decades in prison. In 2002, first lady Laura Bush brought one of her twin daughters, Jenna, then in college, on an official government trip to three European nations.

Presidential children raise the public costs of a trip, given that they require Secret Service protection, but it’s less clear how many other expenses would be incurred by taxpayers, former government officials said. First lady Melania Trump, who is also on the trip, has an official government role, as do Ivanka Trump, 37, and Kushner, 38, who are senior White House advisers.

But Donald Jr., 41; Eric, 35; Tiffany, 25; and Lara Trump, 36, fall into a nebulous category — especially the two sons, said Jeff Rathke, who served 24 years as a Foreign Service officer in the State Department.

“The president remains the owner of the Trump Organization, but his adult sons are running the business,” Rathke said. “It would seem to me that this would be a classic case where an agency ethics official would have to weigh in on whether it is appropriate for the adult children’s travel to be covered or require reimbursement.”

The Trump children did not travel on Air Force One to London for the president’s three-day state visit. Reporters traveling on the presidential plane also did not spot Donald Jr. or Eric on board as the president made a round trip flight from Ireland to Normandy for the commemoration ceremony — although both sons were present for the program.

“Words cannot describe the experience on being here on the site of one of the most sacred battles in history,” Donald Jr. wrote in a caption to photos of the event on Instagram.

White House officials declined to comment.

Former government officials said family members traditionally are not involved in bilateral meetings but often participate in cultural events. The Trump children were present at the state dinner with the queen and a black-tie dinner in honor of Prince Charles at Winfield House, the residence of U.S. Ambassador Woody Johnson.

Ivanka Trump was at the table with her father, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Prince Andrew and Prime Minister Theresa May when they met with American and British business leaders. She highlighted that discussion on Instagram between a photo of the Trump children posing in a bunker used by Winston Churchill during World War II and an artsy shot of Kushner and her gazing from a window at Buckingham Palace.

Ivanka then peeled off to represent the administration at a Global Entrepreneurship Summit in The Hague.

In London, President Trump spent his nights at Winfield House, reportedly because Buckingham Palace is undergoing renovations.

Trump’s aides stayed in some of the toniest neighborhoods in London, with rates for standard hotel rooms at the Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane easily topping $500. On May 20, the State Department submitted an order for the hotel for more than $1.2 million, according to federal government spending data first reported by The Scotsman and the Guardian.

Chauffeured cars outside the U.S. ambassador’s residence in London included several late-model Range Rover SUVs, which retail at above $100,000 each.

It has not been publicly disclosed where the Trump children stayed.

Before he became president, Trump regularly criticized former president Barack Obama and his family for their travel costs.

“The Obama’s Spain vacation cost taxpayers over $476K,” Trump tweeted on April 27, 2012. “They love to spend money.”

Tim O’Brien, author of Trump biography “Trump Nation: The Art of Being the Donald,” said the president is potentially trying to set his children up for political futures of their own.

“Donald Trump’s entire experience — as a business person in the world and as a resident of New York growing up in his own father’s business — was that you acquired relationships, and money and success through access,” O’Brien said. “And he’s giving his children all of the advantage of access that he can as president of the United States.”

Ahead of the trip, a British government official, briefing reporters on background, said the May government was “flattered” that Trump’s family wanted to take part in the visit, suggesting it was a sign of the strength of the bilateral relationship.

In Doonbeg, a tiny costal village of fewer than 1,000 on the western edge of Ireland, locals were thrilled to see the Trump sons as they meandered through five local pubs Wednesday and poured drafts for patrons, with reporters in tow.

“Does Doonbeg love the Trumps?” the brothers shouted, prompting affirmative cheers.

“It was huge publicity for Doonbeg. No one had heard of us and now all of a sudden it’s been shouted around the world,” marveled Caroline Kennedy, owner of the Igoe Inn. Of the president, she added: “He’s a good businessman. Every time he mentioned he would come down, Doonbeg got a mention.”

For the Trumps, it was a rare chance to revel outside the harsh gaze that has attended their father’s itinerary. Thousands protested the president’s visit to London, while thousands more demonstrated in Dublin.

Asked if the Trump sons talked politics, Hugh McNally, owner of Morrisey’s pub, scoffed.

“These boys were on a holiday over here,” he replied.

 

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Of course Uday and Qusay didn't have cash to pay the bar bill they ran up

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THEY ENJOYED a warm welcome during their tour around the pubs of Doonbeg, but Eric and Donald Trump Jr may have forgotten one important detail from their epic bar crawl – the bill.

Donald Trump’s sons poses for pictures and pulled pints during a memorable night for the Co Clare town that left more than a few with sore heads the next day.

Unfortunately, when it came time to footing the bill, things hit a slight snag with neither of the brothers carrying any cash.

Kennedy isn’t worried though, having been assured the hefty bar bill would be paid for.

Figures.

Does Kennedy know how the father is and how there are tons of stiffed businesses littering the NYC landscape?

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The owner of the bar Bevis and Butthead skipped out on sent a bill to Dumpy's golf course. I wonder if the golf course is going to turn around and charge the American people?

 

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This made me laugh for several minutes:

 

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Yikes! Those beards do nothing for their faces. They look like the villains on Fargo or something.

They (and their father) act like it, too- really dim bulbs who think they're brighter than everyone else.

 

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Quesay's wife needs to just shut up:

 

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Udvay needs to shut up and go away, in that order. "Donald Trump Jr. mocks Joe Biden for vowing to cure cancer if elected president"

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As he warmed up the crowd at his father’s reelection campaign kickoff Tuesday night, Donald Trump Jr. mocked Democratic White House hopeful Joe Biden for saying he wants to cure cancer — an issue Biden has focused on since losing a son to brain cancer in 2015.

President Trump has also pledged to cure cancer, as recently as in his remarks Tuesday night at the same rally in Orlando, where he announced his bid for a second term.

Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, took several shots at the former vice president during his remarks ahead of his father’s appearance, including one directed at Biden’s announcement last week during a campaign stop in Iowa that he would seek to cure cancer if elected president.

“What was the good one last week?” Trump Jr. told the crowd at the rally. “Remember? Joe Biden comes out, ‘Well, if you elect me president, I’m going to cure cancer.’ Wow, why the hell didn’t you do that over the last 50 years, Joe?”

During his campaign stop in Ottumwa, Iowa, last week, Biden referenced the loss of his son, Beau Biden, the former attorney general of Delaware.

“A lot of you understand what loss is and when loss occurs, you know that people come up to you and tell you ‘I understand’ if you lose a husband, a wife, a son, a daughter, a family member,” he said. “That’s why I’ve worked so hard in my career to make sure that — I promise you if I’m elected president, you’re going to see the single most important thing that changes America, we’re going to cure cancer.”

In his final State of the Union address, delivered after Beau Biden’s death, President Barack Obama asked his vice president to lead a new national effort on eradicating cancer, known as the “Cancer Moonshot.”

After leaving office, Biden also launched the Biden Cancer Initiative, which seeks to build on the work of the government effort.

Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) was among those who criticized Trump Jr.’s remarks at the rally.

“Why would anybody say anything like that?” King said after he was shown a clip of Trump Jr. during an interview Wednesday morning on CNN. “I mean, I’m not usually at a loss for words, but I am on that one. That’s outrageous. You know, for Joe Biden this is a deeply personal issue. . . . To criticize him for it is just ridiculous.”

During his remarks at Tuesday night’s rally, President Trump also endorsed the goal of curing cancer.

“We will push onward with new medical frontiers,” he said. “We will come up with the cures to many, many problems, to many, many diseases — including cancer and others, and we’re getting closer all the time.”

In his speech, Trump also pledged to “eradicate AIDS in America once and for all.”

 

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Quesay is promoting the lousy Dumpy wine:

 

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Rufus knows how much I despise Quesay. I would love the chance to spend five minutes with him to tell him exactly what I think of him and his family. However, spitting is unacceptable. Plus, it gives him and the rest of the RWNJs something valid to scream about. "Eric Trump says he was spit on by an employee at a Chicago cocktail bar"

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An employee at a high-end Chicago cocktail bar was questioned by the Secret Service on Tuesday evening after allegedly spitting on Eric Trump, according to local media reports and an interview with another worker at the establishment.

The president’s son confirmed the incident to Breitbart News.

“It was purely a disgusting act by somebody who clearly has emotional problems,” Trump, 35, told the conservative site.

The Secret Service declined to comment on the incident. Anthony Guglielmi, a Chicago Police Department spokesman, confirmed on Twitter that local officers assisted the Secret Service at the bar but declined to discuss what happened.

Restaurants and bars have regularly become hostile territory for Trump family, staffers and allies in recent years as the establishments’ owners, workers and customers have harassed or chased out everyone from Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) to Sarah Sanders, sparking debate about what constitutes appropriate political protest, and whether such battles should extend to the dinner table.

Eric Trump attributed the alleged spitting incident to the employee’s politics.

“For a party that preaches tolerance, this once again demonstrates they have very little civility,” Trump told Breitbart, apparently referencing Democrats. “When somebody is sick enough to resort to spitting on someone, it just emphasizes a sickness and desperation and the fact that we’re winning.”

The incident took place in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood at the Aviary, a boundary-pushing establishment that has nabbed a James Beard Award for its bar program. Its co-owner, Nick Kokonas, made headlines in January by offering the Clemson Tigers, college football’s national champions, “an actual celebration dinner” at his restaurant Alinea after President Trump served the players a banquet of fast food at the White House.

Eric Trump, who is executive vice president of the Trump Organization, was at the Aviary around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday when he was allegedly spit on, reported Mary Ann Ahern of NBC 5 Chicago.

After the bar closed for the night, another worker at the Aviary confirmed the basic details of the incident to The Washington Post, though they declined to speak on the record.

Hours after the incident, Eric Trump took to Twitter to post photos of his family’s hotel property along the Chicago River, making no reference to what happened at the Aviary.

 

 

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35 minutes ago, GreyhoundFan said:

Rufus knows how much I despise Quesay. I would love the chance to spend five minutes with him to tell him exactly what I think of him and his family. However, spitting is unacceptable. Plus, it gives him and the rest of the RWNJs something valid to scream about. "Eric Trump says he was spit on by an employee at a Chicago cocktail bar"

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An employee at a high-end Chicago cocktail bar was questioned by the Secret Service on Tuesday evening after allegedly spitting on Eric Trump, according to local media reports and an interview with another worker at the establishment.

The president’s son confirmed the incident to Breitbart News.

“It was purely a disgusting act by somebody who clearly has emotional problems,” Trump, 35, told the conservative site.

The Secret Service declined to comment on the incident. Anthony Guglielmi, a Chicago Police Department spokesman, confirmed on Twitter that local officers assisted the Secret Service at the bar but declined to discuss what happened.

Restaurants and bars have regularly become hostile territory for Trump family, staffers and allies in recent years as the establishments’ owners, workers and customers have harassed or chased out everyone from Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) to Sarah Sanders, sparking debate about what constitutes appropriate political protest, and whether such battles should extend to the dinner table.

Eric Trump attributed the alleged spitting incident to the employee’s politics.

“For a party that preaches tolerance, this once again demonstrates they have very little civility,” Trump told Breitbart, apparently referencing Democrats. “When somebody is sick enough to resort to spitting on someone, it just emphasizes a sickness and desperation and the fact that we’re winning.”

The incident took place in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood at the Aviary, a boundary-pushing establishment that has nabbed a James Beard Award for its bar program. Its co-owner, Nick Kokonas, made headlines in January by offering the Clemson Tigers, college football’s national champions, “an actual celebration dinner” at his restaurant Alinea after President Trump served the players a banquet of fast food at the White House.

Eric Trump, who is executive vice president of the Trump Organization, was at the Aviary around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday when he was allegedly spit on, reported Mary Ann Ahern of NBC 5 Chicago.

After the bar closed for the night, another worker at the Aviary confirmed the basic details of the incident to The Washington Post, though they declined to speak on the record.

Hours after the incident, Eric Trump took to Twitter to post photos of his family’s hotel property along the Chicago River, making no reference to what happened at the Aviary.

 

 

If she actually did spit on him, then that's disgraceful. But I wouldn't be surprised if the woman simply sneezed. Fredo-dumber isn't exactly known for his smarts...

All snark aside, isn't it remarkable that he immediately jumps to the conclusion that it's a political issue, and not, say, about his own reprehensible acts, like embezzling money from the kids with cancer foundation? Or maybe she spat on him because he showed he is his father's son and made an obnoxious comment to her, or worse, tried to grab her somewhere?

And why would he, personally, be related to politics anyway? Isn't the Trump business separate and apart from his father's position in politics? He isn't part of the administration, is he? He isn't a member of Congress, or in any way shape or form in politics either. So, why say she spat on him because of politics?

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58 minutes ago, fraurosena said:

If she actually did spit on him, then that's disgraceful. But I wouldn't be surprised if the woman simply sneezed. Fredo-dumber isn't exactly known for his smarts...

Supposedly other employees verified to the local news that she did spit on him. I agree that he shouldn't be part of politics, but with the climate today and the way that Udvay and Quesay (and their significant others) insert themselves into political discussions, cheerleading daddy's horrible "policies", slamming on Dems, and in general being disgusting; it's inevitable that they are linked to politics. They are adults who put themselves out there and are ripe for ridicule and examination of their activities, though not any threats of violence or disgusting things like spitting.

Tiffany, on the other hand, has kept a fairly low profile, only showing up at some events, and not proclaiming MAGAcrap on Twitter or Instagram. Therefore, I believe she deserves to not be under the same microscope. If she starts speaking at daddy's pep/klan rallies or pushing the MAGA agenda, I'll gladly make as much fun of her as I do of Junior and Eric.

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Perfect example of Quesay sticking his nose into the political arena. Some of the responses are hilarious. "Eric Trump’s Hot Takes On Democratic 2020 Debate Blow Up In His Face"

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Eric Trump tried his hand at political punditry during Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate, but his childish takes did not go over well.

President Donald Trump’s son began by tweeting that he was “already bored.”

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I don't know if anyone has seen the ridiculous controversy over Nike scrapping plans for sneakers featuring the Betsy Ross flag. They did so at the suggestion of Colin Kapernick. Therefore, the RWNJs all have their panties in a wad about it. Mitch McTurtle even bitched about it, saying he would "buy the first pair". Now Udvay has to weigh in. Of course, he does so with a picture that is just hilarious, given his family's ties to Russia and his daddy's slavish devotion to Putin:

 

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Irony is too complicated of a concept for Quesay to comprehend.  So, I will make it easier: Eric, you are a dumbass. Also, ditch the beard, it doesn't help.

 

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