Let's see...I was going to poke fun at the "rage-quit" nonsense but this bit above made me not want to bother. Your irrational rage against Trump has completely blinded you to the facts.
Multiple sources reporting on the same events that happened repeatedly across several meetings with different staff and agencies.Fake news and gullible idiots. Yeah bud, I'm sure Trump really said that
Yes the whole Greenland thing was a great example of this:If anyone is raging irrationally, it’s Trump when he’s not getting what he’s wanting at any given moment; even if that is the opposite of what he was wanting five minutes earlier.
I have this irrational concept of the liberal-ish side holding themselves to higher standards.Why is there a different standard for me and Level? He has called a few people names in the political section.
And to be quite frank, calling him a parrot is far more accurate and civil than what he has called me.
I have this irrational concept of the liberal-ish side holding themselves to higher standards.
Story is still coming from ONE source and even that source says that the memo (which no one has seen) does NOT say anything about nukes.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration is shifting $271 million earmarked for disaster aid and cyber security to pay for immigration-related facilities, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and a leading congressional Democrat said on Tuesday.
The money, which was also set aside for the U.S. Coast Guard, will be used to pay for detention facilities and courts for migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border. DHS officials say they have been overwhelmed by a surge of asylum-seeking migrants who are fleeing violence and poverty in Central America.
The Trump administration is seeking to circumvent Congress and move money originally designated for other programs. This will allow the administration to continue to house immigrants arriving at the border, part of President Donald Trump’s promise not to “catch and release” migrants and allow them to await hearings outside of custody.
The administration plans to take $115 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s disaster-relief fund just as hurricane season is heating up in the Atlantic Ocean, according to a letter from U.S. Representative Lucille Roybal-Allard, who chairs the congressional panel that oversees Department of Homeland Security (DHS) spending.
The letter also details that money will be taken for planned upgrades to the National Cybersecurity Protection System and new equipment for the U.S. Coast Guard, Roybal-Allard said.
Do you suggest they shoot them at the border or something? I don’t understand how spending more money on housing migrants is a problem.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration-funds/trump-administration-taps-disaster-cyber-funds-to-cover-immigration-idUSKCN1VH2F7?il=0
Trump administration taps disaster, cyber funds to cover immigration
"They hired someone who isn't in my party, only news with the Donald Trump Seal of Approva® l is real news! It's propagantastic!"Trump lashes out at Fox News in extraordinary rant over critical coverage of him, calling for 'new outlet'
Donald Trump has lashed out at Fox News in a rant on Twitter, attacking the conservative news network for hiring a Democrat as a commentator, and urging his followers to find a "new News Outlet".
In a thread, Mr Trump claimed that Fox News was promoting Democrats, and said that Donna Brazile — a former Democratic National Committee chairwoman who is now a Fox contributor — had on Wednesday been "spewing out whatever she wanted with zero pushback by anchor" Sandra Smith.
Mr Trump then attacked other prominent figures at the channel, which is known for its conservative slant and has been heavily favoured by Mr Trump in the past, including Juan Williams, and Shep Smith.
"The new @FoxNews is letting millions of GREAT people down! We have to start looking for a new News Outlet," Mr Trump wrote. "Fox isn't working for us anymore!"
Do you suggest they shoot them at the border or something? I don’t understand how spending more money on housing migrants is a problem.