Jeff Danziger for December 22, 2016

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    DaBoogadie  about 7 years ago

    Love the Bear coming over the hill. Great job.

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    Baslim the Beggar Premium Member about 7 years ago

    Bruce: ROFL!!!!

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    It made for a great slogan during the campaign, but now that he’s won, Donald Trump is finding that maybe he doesn’t actually want to “drain the swamp.”

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    In fact, the alligators seem to be doing quite well.

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    Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski on Wednesday boasted about his access and proximity to Trump in announcing a new consulting firm he plans to open with former Trump campaign advisor Barry Bennett. The firm’s offices will be one block from the White House.

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    Clients who pony up what are sure to be hefty fees for the firm’s services are being assured by Lewandowski in his marketing materials that he turned down “multiple opportunities within the administration” so he can serve them.

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    The pitch implies Lewandowski will remain a de facto surrogate for Trump — with all the access that implies — as he bills those seeking to influence the Trump administration for his services.

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    http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/trailguide/la-na-trailguide-updates-trump-stops-the-drain-the-swamp-talk-as-1482346628-htmlstory.html

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    Frankfreak  about 7 years ago

    Trump has professed to his loyal audience that he did not care for the line, “draining the swamp”, but it played well with the crowd, so he continued and expanded on the phrase.

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    Radish the wordsmith  about 7 years ago

    Rather than drain it, Trump advisers opt to join DC swamp

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    “I tell everyone, I hated it,” Trump said at a rally this month in Des Moines, Iowa. “Somebody said ‘drain the swamp’ and I said, ‘Oh, that is so hokey. That is so terrible.’”Trump went on to say he kept repeating the phrase when he realized how popular it was.

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    http://www.sfgate.com/news/politics/article/Trump-adviser-says-he-is-ditching-drain-the-10811045.php

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    Happy Two Shoes  about 7 years ago

    Reporter: "Your comments about the truck attack in Berlin being against Christians, do think that this might….”

    Trump: "Say it again?

    Reporter: "The attack in Berlin being an attack on Christians….”

    Trump: "Who said that? When was that said?”

    Reporter: I believe you said it in a press release….”

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    OmqR-IV.0  about 7 years ago

    You know, I keep hearing how one must listen to those who complained they were left behind, were not heard before, understand them, respect their feelings etc.

    Nah, they’re just bloody stupid. No two ways about it. Narrow-minded, short-sighted, obtuse, mostly bigoted idiots. I feel nothing for them.

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    PainterArt Premium Member about 7 years ago

    Crocs are who they are. They can not change their skin. A swamp is a comfortable place for Trump.

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    Moxie  about 7 years ago

    All promises, intimations, suggestions and/or allusions made by Mr. Trump during the campaign have been absolved… “Take him seriously, but not literally”… e.g. “Drain the swamp”.

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    feverjr Premium Member about 7 years ago

    As long as Trump is useful to the “conservative” agenda, he will be guided to “reform” government. With one party in power after the rubber stamping of a conservative judge to the Supreme Court, the checks and balances will be removed and the privatizing of the government can commence.

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    vorpal7  about 7 years ago

    if you have been in Washington for over 10 years … you are a swamp critter!

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