Yep. Though the Trump Cultists would “fix” that second panel. They KNOW that it’s the Democrats versus Trump.
Trump versus the United States of America, whose side are you on?
Faux News is misspelled in the first panel.
A mugshot was what kept Pablo Escobar out of the Colombian government.
Let’s hope the same thing happens with the tangerine traitor.
And despite this he’s the front runner… As a conservative, ouch.
They look like a three ring circus – loaded with clowns.
USA, USA, USA…
And so it is…
Murdoch. FOX. BetR. The stain on Australia.
So half of the US population that wants Trump in power are not America?
Did anybody see his mugshot? What a scary, ugly face that was.
American republicans have a serious problem picking their leader. The eight clowns showcased on Fox or the ex.. some choice! Please.. we need a sane neighbour.
Of course, the criminal proceedings are captioned the other way around: “The United States vs Donald John Trump.”
Here are some of the most notable findings from Politicos latest survey.
1. Most Americans believe Trump should stand trial before the 2024 election
2. About half of the country believes Trump is guilty in the pending prosecutions
3. A conviction in DOJ’s 2020 election case would hurt Trump in the general election
4. There is considerable room for the numbers to get worse for Trump
Despite the seeming tsunami of news coverage of Trump’s legal issues, a sizable portion of the public is still learning about the alleged crimes of the former president.
5. Half of the country believes Trump should go to prison if convicted in DOJ’s Jan. 6 case
We also asked respondents what the punishment should be, if anything, if Trump is convicted in the Justice Department’s 2020 election case. Fifty percent of respondents said that he should go to prison, including a large majority of Democrats (87 percent) and a slight majority of independents (51 percent).
6. Trump and the GOP’s ‘weaponization’ defense appears to be having limited traction
7. Trump is the prevailing villain in the story of his indictments
To further test whether the indictments are helping Trump, we asked respondents if they had favorable or unfavorable opinions of the actions, statements and behavior of key players in the federal cases — including not just Trump, but Biden, Garland, special counsel Jack Smith and the Justice Department more generally.
The results were decidedly unhelpful to Trump. Respondents provided Trump with a net favorability rating of -31 percent — the worst figure, by far, in this battery of questions (27 percent favorable vs. 58 percent unfavorable). Biden fared much better than Trump but still came out with a net favorability rating of -9 percent (36 percent favorable vs. 45 percent unfavorable).
Time for an event like a certain Israeli politician had a few years ago…
Could not be more clear; well done, Rob ♥
Uh, I imagine it would be “The United States of America v. Trump.” The plaintiff comes first; the defendant, second. And, in the most-recent case, “County of Fulton, GA v. Donald J. Trump.”
Trump never sold out our country to our enemies for millions like Biteass
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