He basically awarded a massive gov't contract to himself.Ace2Ace wrote: ↑Oct Fri 18, 2019 10:43 amThe foreign leaders will stay at a hotels. Why should Trump's hotel be excluded? It makes no sense.
Those laws were written when the presidents didn't own hotels. Things have change. So must the laws.
That same constitution was not allowing Black and Women to vote. Remember? It's not perfect.
Guests should stay at any hotel, whether it belongs to the speaker of the House, the President or any Congressman. It's not a sin to be a business. And businessmen should not be barred from running for office.
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if you have any doubt we are starting all those wars in the Middle East for Israel, here is more proof.
Trump decides to step back, and the Israel lobby is enraged.
The Syrian Kurds will still fight ISIS, with the help of Assad and Putin. What's the problem? They are all Syrians. They can get together and fight any invader. That's what is happening.
We were there to pit Syrian against each other. We were pushing the Kurds to fight Assad. And now that big bully is leaving, the Kurd have no protection and are forced to recognize that they shouldn't fight Assad, but rather work with him.
Trump, forced by Turkey to leave the area, is the best thing that happened in Syria these days. The Kurd have now join forces with Assad.
Let's get out of that mess.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a Ukraine expert assigned to the National Security Council, is testifying in the House impeachment inquiry Tuesday, offering new details on the push for investigations of President Trump’s political rivals and corroborating other witnesses with his firsthand account of the alleged attempt at a quid pro quo.