"If we do not stop this man now, today, over 500 days into his presidency, we will be equally culpable in what he has planned for our great nation".
Trump told reporters at the White House that he had full faith and support for USA intelligence agencies and accepted their conclusion that Russian Federation meddled in the election. We eschew ugliness and divisiveness. But other Republicans - ranging from the not-so-prominent to rising leaders within the Party - issued their own respective condemnations of what appeared to the naked eye to be traitorous actions by Trump, who invalidated official findings against Russian Federation by American intelligence agencies in an effort to placate Putin the dictator. "It is time to push him into the ash bin of history".
"The president has also demanded changes to the legal immigration system and that is where the real sticking point is among Democrats and even among some of the more moderate Republicans", Cameron Easley told Hill.TV's Joe Concha on "What's America Thinking".
"I believe in fiscal conservatism, American exceptionalism, a moral rubric based on Judeo-Christian values, and on a basic fealty to the essential standards set by our forefathers: truth, liberty, self-sacrifice and basic goodness", he wrote, invoking Reagan's name. This is who we are.
Sue Bird breaks WNBA record being named to 11th All-Star Game
The Lynx are 8-4 when Augustus scores at least 10 points, and are 7-3 when she shoots 50 percent from the field or better. For the first time in three years, the Washington Mystics will have two representatives at the WNBA All-Star Game.
Lewis Hamilton signs new Sh4.6Billion-a-year Mercedes contract
It's just half an hour away where I was born and grew up. "I am also very conscious of how long it is beyond retirement". "I'm very confident that Mercedes is the right place to be over the coming years", Hamilton said.
Video shows Georgia waitress take down diner for groping her
The commenter felt Holden's actions were more deserving of assault. "However, some situations call for you to be preemptive". And, of course, you are 100 percent within your rights to call the police or ask someone else to do it for you.
In a March 2016 op-ed, he urged voters not to elect Trump, whom he described as "a disgusting blight upon the American Experience". "I always do what I believe is right", he wrote.
Villalba attributed his March primary loss for re-election to his House District 114 seat to his willingness to speak out against Trump. "That is not politically expedient, but it helps me sleep at night", Villalba wrote.
Read Villalba's full op-ed on TribTalk.