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A ‘war room?’

March 17, 2017

To the editor: The Democratic National Committee has morphed into an un-American group determined to undermine the administration and destroy America....

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Mar-22-17 8:35 PM

"The U.S. Secret Service requested $60 million in additional funding for the next year, offering the most precise estimate yet of the escalating costs for travel and protection resulting from the unusually complicated lifestyle of the Trump family, according to internal agency documents reviewed by The Washington Post. Nearly half of the additional money, $26.8 million, would pay to protect President Trump’s family and private home in New York’s Trump Tower, the documents show, while $33 million would be spent on travel costs incurred by “the president, vice president and other visiting heads of state.”

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Mar-21-17 6:26 AM

The loyalty of Americans in sensitive positions was updated in 1947 as part of the Cold War Strategy. Any doubt about who our enemy was? China has emerged only recently and it is clearly understood and stated that RUSSIA is the number one enemy of the U.S.

They actively spy on us and attempt to flip Americans to operate and spy for them in sensitive and secret areas of our government. It is intolerable for Americans with access to our secrets to be compromised.

A President and members of his administration being compromised OR EVEN APPEARING SO is a dagger in the back of America’s security.

America is in trouble.

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Mar-21-17 6:02 AM

If our newly elected President is under suspicion of being more loyal to Russia (our enemy) than America SHOULDN'T WE KNOW ABOUT THIS SUSPICION?

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Mar-21-17 5:59 AM

GOP morphed or same ole corruption.

"The headline from Capitol Hill on Monday was confirmation of a criminal investigation into connections between ASSOCATES of a PRESIDENT and RUSSIAN OPERATIVES during a presidential election.

But the response from Republicans was almost as striking: During hours of testimony in which James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, acknowledged the inquiry, REPUBLICANS shrugged off its implications and instead offered a coordinated effort to defend President Trump by DEMANDING a FOCUS ON LEAKS to news organizations. Throughout the 5½-hour hearing before the House Intelligence Committee, as Democrats tried to highlight the criminal investigation, Republicans demanded a renewed focus on how its existence was revealed in news reports months ago."


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Mar-20-17 12:04 PM

FBI Director Comey confirmed the bureau is investigating possible links and coordination between Russia and associates of President Donald Trump as part of a broader probe of Russian interference in our election - THERE MUST AT LEST BE SMOKE! . He contradicted the tweets from Trump that declared the Republican candidate's phones had been ordered tapped by President Barack Obama. "I have no confirmation, nor does Justice, that supports those tweets" Comey said. He also disputed allegations that British intelligence services were involved in the wiretapping. Trump tweeted before the hearing began, accusing Democrats of making up allegations about his campaign associates' contact with Russia during the election. “Congress and the FBI should be going after media leaks and maybe even Hillary Clinton” - PRETEEN MENTALITY ATTEMPT TO REDIRECT HIS RED HANDED EXPORSURE. Defenders???

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Mar-18-17 4:45 PM

numy,there is no need for anyone to battle the Twit.

“He counterpunches so hard he hits himself,” said Ari Fleischer, a former White House press secretary for George W. Bush."

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Mar-18-17 8:07 AM

“About 1,500 workers at three Indiana factories are facing layoffs despite hopes that President Donald Trump would convince the companies to reverse plans for moving production to Mexico. United Technologies confirmed Friday that the first wave of about 50 layoffs happened last week at its electronics plant that had about 700 workers in Huntington. The plant in the northeastern Indiana city is slated for closure. Steps are also being taken toward about 550 job cuts anticipated at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis, where Trump's intervention last fall curbed job losses but didn't halt them altogether. Layoffs could start within a month at a 350-worker Rexnord industrial bearings factory in Indianapolis, according to United Steelworkers Local 1999 President Chuck Jones, who represents workers at the Carrier and Rexnord plants.”

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Mar-18-17 7:59 AM

Your other hyperbole aside, I’m always amazed at the disingenuous attack on the VHA. I am a vet and have used the system in many regions. I have used private health care at the hand of insurance companies for many years as part of group insurance too. I challenge anyone to prove the VA under performs private health care’s bang for buck and health care outcomes. It is not even close. The VA is under funded by Republican Legislators and they are the first to malign “The Best Health Care Anywhere.” It’s what Republicans do.

Problems are invariably traceable to under funding.

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Mar-17-17 11:39 PM

The only idiot and disgusting one in this letter is the one who penned it - Dick Kalfus

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Mar-17-17 12:55 PM

I hope there is a "war room"! Somebody has to battle the Russian puppet!

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