Saturday, January 28, 2017

This Twitter account may or may not be on the up and up, but if it is it's awesome.

I am not sure if this Rogue POTUS Staff account is actually from inside the White House, but it has made a handful of predictions that came true...
...and it DOES seem to be accurate in how it describes a Donald Trump we can all imagine behind the scenes.

Like I said I'm not sure how trustworthy it is, but it is certainly entertaining and just to cover my bases I AM now following it.

It is also worth noting that there are a number of similar "rogue" accounts out there tweeting facts that Trump does not want shared, as well as given opinions on his presidency that must be driving him up a wall.

And even without Twitter this White House is leaking like a sieve.

I seems like just about everybody around this president is showing him in an unflattering light.

Not that it is especially hard to do.


  1. Anonymous2:08 PM


    1. Anonymous3:06 PM

      The US Commander in Chief has banned Iraqi citizens from entering the United States. Meanwhile we have US Military and their support people in Iraq.

      What is even more amazing is that NOT ONE SINGLE F'ing mainstream media has so much as whispered about whether Trump's executive order has a detrimental effect on the safety of our people in Iraq.

      We don't need a rogue twitter account to tell us we are in deep shit here.

    2. Anonymous3:59 PM


      says all the bumper stickers. How does banning Iraqis from the US support the US Troops in Iraq? How does it help defeat ISIS?

    3. Anonymous4:14 PM

      He already put them in danger when he told the cia last week that they may get another chance to take Iraqs oil. Then when the Iraqi PM had a news conference after Iraqi and our troops retool parts of Mogul, he had to answer questions about what 45 said

  2. Anonymous2:09 PM

    CNN’s Poppy Harlow asked Trump adviser and former U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA) a couple of pointed questions about Pres. Trump’s ban on Muslim refugees and on Saturday, then fact-checked him live on the air when he tried to fudge his answers.

    “What data can you point to that justifies that these seven nations have a tie to U.S. terror attacks or a higher incidence of bringing terror to this country?” she asked.

    “I think maybe the idea that I would say, the evidence is that the countries themselves don’t really have a standard that would preclude enemies of the United States from emigrating here,” Kingston said. “These are not countries that are known to love the United States of America.”

    “So you say these are not countries that love the United States and therefore this is justified,” Harlow said. So, what about Russia?”

    “Well, I think in Russia — you know, there’s a lot of other Islamic countries and other countries that aren’t always fond of America, but I don’t think you have necessarily the concerns and the vigilance that you need if you’re talking about Sudan.”

    Harlow pointed out the complicated series of hurdles a Syrian refugee faces before being allowed to the U.S., a process that she said is lengthy and “incredibly hard.”

    “Congressman, can you point to a single terrorist attack in this country that was carried out by a Syrian refugee?” she said.

    1. Anonymous4:16 PM

      She should have pointed out that most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudi but Saudis arena banned. Of course 45 has financial interests there but that can't be the reason they aren't banned, right?

  3. I bet he leaves the toilet seat up....

    1. Anonymous2:26 PM

      And, I'll bet when he's finished, there is pee all over the floor! He has a hard time holding it, it's so tiny!

    2. Anonymous5:57 PM

      Nah, he sits down to pee.

    3. Anonymous8:03 PM

      then the pee goes between the seat and the toilet onto the floor ... short dicked drumph ..

  4. There are plenty of "invisible" staff at the White House. The "servant" class as it were. Also very low level staffers and aides.

    The Rogue POTUS Staff account has also had attempts to hack it. They've received several reset password e-mails liek someone is trying to get in.

    There is resistance in almost every branch of Federal govt. I'm sure the list will be growing daily.


    Rogue POTUS Staff

    Here's a few...

  5. Anonymous2:19 PM

    Cowardly Republicans go utterly silent in the face of Trump's cruelty to refugees and immigrants

    Democrats are going at Trump with guns fully ablaze over the president’s new executive order blocking all refugees from entering the U.S., but where are Republicans? Aside from Paul Ryan, who’s desperate to keep Trump happy so that he can secure the tax cuts for the ultra-wealthy that are his raison d’etre, just about the entire GOP is nowhere to be found:

    The majority of Republicans in Congress were silent on the order Saturday. Calls and emails to more than a dozen top GOP lawmakers were not returned.

    As Trump sets fire to the world, his party goes into hiding—including many of the same senators who voted to rebuke Trump’s Muslim ban when he first proposed it in 2015. But while Republicans can pretend like they accidentally had their phones set to silent all weekend, come Monday, they’re going to have to answer questions—and then they’ll get to reveal just how cowardly they are.

    1. Anonymous2:28 PM

      Does anyone think a Republican congressman/senator is going to return a phone call or e-mail?

      I remember a cartoon back when fax machines were the rage. Waste bucket labeled "recycling" directly underneath and in they went as soon as they arrived.

    2. The Republicans in Congress are like the Vichy government in France during WWII that collaborated with the Nazis.

  6. Anonymous2:24 PM

    Disgusting Dump.

  7. Anonymous2:25 PM

    And, I'll wager all Congressmen will have a very similar,canned answer to the Trump problem. They are the crappiest political party we have on this earth - led by the most devilish folks! May they rest in Hell soon!

    1. Their default answer: "Well, he never said he was perfect."

    2. Anonymous4:33 PM

      Or, "He's not a politician. Isn;t it refreshing?" I hear that crap a lot too....

    3. Anonymous5:22 PM

      Don't forget "We have to get use to his way of doing things"

  8. Anonymous2:26 PM

    Where’s Melanie, weren't she and Barron supposed to show up on Thursday for the weekend at the WH?

    1. Anonymous3:23 PM

      No self-respecting designer would dress her for photo ops?

    2. Anonymous7:41 PM

      After that revealing inauguration video of Donnie looking back to smile at Melania, oops, he was actually smiling at Ivanka who signaled "something" to him with her eyebrows, I don't think we will see Donnie and his wife together anytime soon.

      I'm no fan of gold digger/porn model Melania, but I found that immediate look of shame, embarrassment and betrayal on her face to be heart wrenching. Her countenance collapsed. He deliberately disrespected his wife in front of the world and she "got it".

      Yes, Melania chose her bed and she's stuck with it, but now I wonder how often has DJT abused her psychologically? What is her limit?

    3. Anonymous3:35 AM

      She can not just move out of tRump Tower Her Communist parents have a suite there also, too! I wold like to know how THEY got their Visas to come here, since they belonged to their local Commie Party. Maybe in tRump land no visas are required?

  9. Anonymous2:28 PM

    Wonder how those Marines actually feel about saluting a draft dodger when Trump gets on and off Marine One?

    1. Anonymous3:16 PM

      I'm surprised Trump isn't shown, in that photo, to be wearing a bullet-proof vest.

    2. Anonymous3:35 PM

      Well, and WHERE is the PISSIDENT, saluting the Marines?!

    3. Anonymous4:11 PM

      3:35, you are an idiot! I was talking about the Marines, not Asshole saluting them. You didn't do too well on reading comprehension during your school days, did you?

    4. Anonymous4:16 PM

      THe military especially the lower ranks of active duty personnel love the Donald. They really do not seem to be aware of the fact that he is probably gong to get a lot of them killed in the next 4years

    5. Anonymous5:39 PM

      4:11, I think you blew up unfairly. I think 3:35 was simply pointing out that drumpf may have dissed the Marines. I hate it when IMers blow a fuse at others.

  10. Anonymous2:31 PM

    Look at that butt, $arah!
    To think that you padded yours for extra ROWR.

  11. Anonymous2:34 PM

    Mexicans protest Trump with massive boycott of U.S. companies Walmart, McDonalds, Coke, Starbucks...

    1. GOOD!

      If only Americans had such unifying resolve.

    2. Anonymous3:16 PM

      How's that Making Americans Rich Again working' out for ya?

  12. Anonymous2:39 PM

    The moment when people realize some refugees exist because we bombed their country under Obama.

    1. Anonymous3:18 PM

      Give it a rest.
      I give you the unjust wars Dubya.
      Think before you post.

    2. abbafan3:22 PM

      It was fuckin' Dumbya's oil war that fattened profits for cheney and big oil executives! republican policies created the turmoil in those countries, which led to internal strife! President Obama had nothing to do with that, you fuckin' meat-head!

    3. Anonymous3:48 PM

      Every time they show up, abbafan, they only prove their ignorance.

    4. Anonymous3:51 PM

      Chaney was into military contractors unlimited funds that would disappear, no accountability, waste. He is licking his chops for more.

  13. Anonymous2:40 PM

    I recently listened to a radio show, and it pissed me the hell off. But who was it from?

    Fox “News”? Ha, no, I would never even consider watching them unless forced to.

    CNN? Nope. They sure can gaslight, but it wasn’t them this time.

    One of the big three—ABC/NBC/CBS? No.

    Uh-oh, was it MSNBC? No, not this time?





    One of the few silver linings to this horrible regime that is unfolding before our eyes is that finally, finally, the media is waking up and realizing that, holy shit, Trump really is a dangerously loose cannon. Took ‘em long enough, but hey, at least they’re not rolling over when we absolutely need them not to.

    But then, this last Thursday night, it happened. Minnesota Public Radio’s Kerri Miller hosted the brand-new show, Indivisible, with guests Prof. Jose Santos and Republican strategists Reed Galen, via WNYC in New York. I will sternly warn you: If you read the rest of this diary or listen to the show itself, you are going to witness a level of gaslighting that would make Sean Hannity proud. And yet it happened on NPR. So proceed with caution, and if you need to become very upset on more than one occasion, that is your right. I know I sure did.

    From our Eastern European friends, with love: fighting YEAR 1 under an authoritarian regime


    1. They will come to power with a campaign based on fear, scaremongering and distorting the truth. Nevertheless, their victory will be achieved through a democratic electoral process. But beware, as this will be their argument every time you question the legitimacy of their actions.

    As in, We litigated that in the election… We won.

    2. They will divide and rule. Their strength lies in unity, in one voice and one ideology, and so should yours.

    Listen up, Democrats in Congress!

    3. Through convoluted laws and threats they will try to control mainstream media and limit press freedom. They will ban critical press from their briefings, calling them “liars”, “fake news”. They will brand those media as “unpatriotic”, acting against the People (see point 2).

    WWII Survivor Tells Her Story For The First Time Ever, Warns Trump Emulates Hitler Perfectly

    ...P.S. During all those years we heard Hitler speak on the radio, we also saw him in newsreels before the movies. I can remember seeing him rant and rave, his face becoming contorted with rage. Donald Trump emulates Hitler to a T. HIs actions, speeches and ranting remind me exactly of Hitler. I am afraid that if he is not stopped, he will lead this country into another world war. Unfortunately, this war will not be waged with conventional weapons, and very few people will survive. And if they do, there will be nothing left to be worth living for!! I am 88 years old and I am afraid. Trump must be impeached!!!

    1. NPR is National Public Radio, not Liberal Public Radio or Democratic Public Radio.

      They are neutral.

      You may not have liked that segment but I'm sure there are other segments that others with opposite political views than yours would object to.

    2. Anonymous3:38 PM

      NPR has been bought by a ReThug, and also, too, it will be defended under the Pissident's orders.

    3. Anonymous3:51 PM

      EAST>China -Russia

  14. Anonymous2:40 PM

    Diagnosing a Tyrant

    Is our president a narcissist? And, if so, how dangerous does that make him? Most of us don’t know the DSM-V definition of narcissism, or Narcissistic Personality Disorder, and I’m not going to include it here, because Google. Yesterday, though, a new word was added to the armchair psychiatrist diagnosis of our Commander-in-Chief. Malignant. As in malignant narcissist. That sounds worse than narcissist. It sounds like a narcissist with cancer, and, in a way, that’s true. But is it his cancer, or ours?

    Yesterday, U.S. News and World Report, in an article by Susan Milligan titled ‘Temperament Tantrum,’ published the following:

    ​John D. Gartner, a practicing psychotherapist who taught psychiatric residents at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, minces as few words as the president in his professional assessment of Trump.

    "Donald Trump is dangerously mentally ill and temperamentally incapable of being president," says Gartner, author of "In Search of Bill Clinton: A Psychological Biography." Trump, Gartner says, has "malignant narcissism," which is different from narcissistic personality disorder and which is incurable.

    1. Anonymous3:22 PM

      Tick, tick, tick...

  15. Anonymous2:43 PM

    A little over a week ago, one lone person in Holland, Michigan was fed up enough about the Betsy DeVos nomination for Secretary of Education that she decided to organize a protest. She put together a private Facebook page for a march through downtown. She never figured that the march would galvanize so many locals who have seen first hand the education policy that she is putting forth and how it would actually make the education system crumble.

  16. Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff 4h4 hours ago
    #UnholyTrinity insistence to monitor Putin call was due to concern POTUS hasn't told full story about Putin attempts at blackmail.

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff 22h22 hours ago
    Bannon apparently hunting for heretics. Confirmed, is aware of this acct. Actively trying to identify us. #UnholyTrinity may be losing grip.

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff 22h22 hours ago
    Took all day to safely verify, but a full scale #WH5thcolum is forming. Also a full scale crackdown by the brass. Still must stay isolated.

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff Jan 27
    POTUS son-in-law tapped as advisor. Appears Kushner's assignment is to advise POTUS how govt can aid Trump Organization's profit margins.

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff Jan 26
    POTUS asking around about people's Photoshop skills. Says inauguration photos need to be "touched up."

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff Jan 26
    Rogue POTUS Staff Retweeted Red Painter
    If POTUS is going to prohibit govt employees from using twitter, he should start with the ones who don't know how to use it. (Apparently Sphincter keeps tweeting out his e-mail PASSWORD.)

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff Jan 26
    Under Secy Kennedy is a traitor for resigning, according to POTUS. Kennedy departs over POTUS plans for a "torture first" foreign policy. (I guess that puts to rest claims that Kennedy was fired or asked to resign.)

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff Jan 26
    POTUS: Use external email accts for information control. Maintain an official acct with "filler" to "make it look good." (Um.... isn't that what they're hammering Hillary about?)

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff Jan 25
    Pres. Trump doesn't quite understand the difference between being POTUS and being a business owner. Keeps asking "who says I can't?"

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff Jan 25
    Pres. Trump is already making waves at the office. Wants to be "the President who will be remembered as a King." His words, not ours.

  17. Anonymous2:52 PM

    We are but one week in, IMers, and it's not just us. Keep their feet to the fire!

    1. Anonymous3:42 PM


      FUCK YOU m. mcCONnell

  18. Anonymous3:04 PM

    It's obvious that WH staff are leaking - on Twitter, to the press, to the D congress.

    Hope he gets so enraged he busts an aneurysm.

  19. Anonymous3:09 PM

    Well, 30 million of us are about to get royally fucked, because,

    --Strategy talk leading up to POTUS interview tonight has been weighing whether to publicly acknowledge that no Obamacare replacement planned.

    So they're going to kill it, not replace it, leave people to suffer and die AND find a way to spin it like it's a good thing. So, watch that interview and the Rogue tweeter might be validated.

    And all those ignorant, uninformed, Trump voters are gonna have their little hearts shattered...and it won't be the first time it happens.

  20. Anonymous3:27 PM

    Trump is emotionally (at least) retarded. It's obvious. His facial expressions when he signs the executive orders are so obviously contrived. He's trying to act like an adult and he is failing. We now have a Doofus in Chief.

    1. Anonymous4:22 PM

      I wish it was as benign as Doofus...

      The Opinion of Leading Psychologists Is That Trump Is Mentally Deranged

      Trump’s narcissistic mental defect puts him in the same category as infamous tyrannical dictators like Muammar Gaddafi, Adolf Hitler, and Saddam Hussein.

      ...Trump suffers a plethora of pathologies and mental defects, but none more terrifying for America’s and the world’s fate than his severe “narcissistic personality disorder.” According to the Mayo Clinic, narcissistic personality disorder is “a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others.” If that definition needed a single image to accompany and sum up the text, it would be a picture of Donald Trump.

      Prior to the election, psychologists posed a prescient question that Trump supporters never paid heed to and they should have. They asked that if elected president would Trump at least pretend to act on the behalf of the will of the people, or would he be a dictator and silence dissenting voices, refuse to compromise, and oppress groups that he doesn’t like. The events of Trump’s first week as White House occupant should put to rest any doubt that he is a dictatorial tyrant and intends on putting Americans under a fascist regime. He is not even acting like he cares about the will of the people or pretending to act on their behalf. He is, besides a raving lunatic, a typical Republican.

      Another renowned registered psychotherapist from Johns Hopkins University Medical School, John D. Gartner, says that Trump is one with a serious problem. Dr. Gartner teaches psychiatric residents at Hopkins and took the extra-ordinary step of betraying the ethical code known as the “Goldwater Rule” to warn the “American public about the dangerousness of its new commander-in-chief’s mental state.”

      The “Goldwater Rule” is typically defined as “the informal term for part of the ethics code of the American Psychiatric Association saying it is wrong to provide a professional opinion of a public figure without examining that person and gaining consent to discuss the evaluation.” It is noteworthy that for a growing number of psychological experts, violating that part of their “ethical code” has become more important than remaining silent simply because the fate of the nation, and the world, is at stake.

      As Bobby Azarian at Raw Story wondered rhetorically exactly one year ago this week; “Will we see the start of World War III because the [possible] leader of the most important nation in the world doesn’t feel that others are kissing his ass as much as they should be?” If Trump’s raging attack on the press, protestors, other nations’ leaders, and political opponents are any indication, the answer to that rhetorical question then is the same as it is today as it was a year ago; definitely in the affirmative.

  21. Anonymous4:01 PM

    'Is this your America?

    I want to repeat: Green card holders were handcuffed, their social media was reviewed, and they were asked their views on Trump #MuslimBan

    Green Card Holder who has lived in the US for 7 years (!) was deported. Her life is here.

    ...Before I knew it, it was actually happening. Even though I didn't want to leave my family, I quickly booked a ticket to get on the next flight back. Only a few hours after the order was signed, I got to the airport, got on a plane and made it to Dubai. After waiting in the line to get my documents checked and after 40 minutes of questions and answers, I boarded the plane to Washington, only to have two TSA officers getting in and ask me to disembark the plane!!!

    Yes after almost 7 years of living the the United States, I got deported!!!

    No one warned me when I was leaving, no one cared what will happen to my dog or my job or my life there. No one told me what I should do with my car that is still parked at the airport parking. Or what to do with my house and all my belongings.

    They didn't say it with words but with their actions, that my life doesn't matter.

    Everything I worked for all these years doesn't matter.

  22. Anonymous4:12 PM

    Reading the tweet below makes me think that Trump wants no one in the room listening to his sleazy deals.

    BUT the higher ups in the Republican Party must have told Pence to stay close to Trump like stink on shit to keep Trump from selling America to the highest bidder (to keep Trump from making personal profitable deals with other countries sleaze balls).

    It is noticeable and it is unusual to see Pence as Trump's white shadow. I thought maybe it was just me.

    Rogue POTUS Staff @RoguePOTUSStaff
    VP Pence to sit in on POTUS/Putin phone call tomorrow. POTUS doesn't like idea, but gave in to pressure from #UnholyTrinity .

    1. Anonymous4:27 PM

      I noticed it. Pence is always right behind Trump's shoulder. Always. I was surprised to see him allowed on his own at the Right to Call a Fetus a Person rally.

    2. Anonymous4:59 PM

      Why is everyone surprised? Don't you remember that he said pre-election that Pence was going to be in charge of all affairs foreign and domestic while HE makes America great again??

    3. Safeguard in case blackmail tape was mentioned.

  23. Who in their right fucking mind voted for this asshole I can't even stand to look at him #resist #nofuckingwall #nobannowall

    1. Anonymous3:49 AM

      I agree, he is totally REPULSIVE. Crass, foul mouthed and ugly as HELL. Fat, more chins than most overweight people, and a belly that makes him look 9 months pregnant. He STILL thinks he is a babe magnet, when the truth is that he NEVER was. His supposed $$$$ is what has attracted the females.

    2. Anonymous7:36 AM

      people in Germany in the 30's voted for Hitler. He also did not win the popular vote.

  24. Anonymous4:21 PM

    It is something else to hear people's conversations at my coffee shop where they are sharing their feelings about Trump. One lady said she wished someone would put a bullet right between you know who's eyes. Another wished Trump, his entire cabinet, advisors and family crashed together on Air Force One. In other words get rid of America's cancer.

    1. Anonymous8:21 PM


  25. Anonymous4:26 PM

    The Emperor has no hair, and what there is, is seriously GRAY.

  26. Anonymous4:27 PM

    Dan Rather just issued the following statement:

    Today I shed a tear for the country I know and love, the one I believe still beats in the heart of most of its citizens.

    The United States became the most powerful nation in the history of mankind not merely on the basis is its fearsome military, as lethal and well trained as that may be. It wasn't solely based on its unprecedented economic engine, as dynamic and far-reaching as that may be. America's greatness was forged by a Constitutional compact of grand and universal ideals that the country has tried to live up to ever since.

    For generations, we have been an imperfect but vital beacon of freedom to a world too often wandering and failing in moral confusion. But that ultimate strength has dimmed considerably in light of the recent actions on immigration from the new President Donald Trump. We are turning around desperate refugees. We are singling out men, women, and children on the basis of their faith - and we are doing all of this with a randomness and capriciousness that defies reason.

    A colleague of mine used the term "heartless" to describe so much ot the President's executive actions. Sadly, I found it an apt and dispiriting diagnosis—especially when faced with the results of his executive order on immigration. For over the years, I have seen that our greatest American leaders extol empathy rather than condemnation. They have known that in a complicated world, it is best to make policy choices with a scalpel - not a hacksaw. Sometimes, when our national security is threatened at the level of World War II, all-out conflict is the only recourse. But those instances are by far the exception.

    From Vietnam, to the Iraq War, from Japanese internment camps to the centuries-long persecution on the basis of race and ethnicity that almost toppled our democratic experiment, broad strokes channeling our least compassionate and most jingoistic impulses have always made us weaker rather than stronger.

    Today, in the wake of his one-man decision to wreck and reverse immigration policy so suddenly, there is chaos and confusion mixed with heartbreak and fear. A well thought-out, measured overhaul of immigration policy, with organized-in-advance measures to implement that is one thing—and one that perhaps a majority of Americans would support, But this mess, created overnight, is quite another. With this, we have embolden our enemies who want to see nothing else than to compete in a world of moral relativism. In the Cold War, our struggles over civil rights fed into the propaganda of the Soviet Union - as our new actions fuel the extremism Mr. Trump claims to be attacking.

    Too many people during the campaign explained away Mr. Trump's irresponsible rhetoric as metaphors and euphemisms. These are not concepts he understands. Serious foreign policy experts know that this is a boon for our enemies and undermines our democratic principles. But too many Republican leaders in Congress, even ones that denounced the Muslim ban during the campaign, stand by cheering it now. History will mark their names, as it marks this moment.

    This will be challenged in the courts, who may very well strike it down. But damage, real damage, has been done to our global image. I believe Vladimir Putin is smiling, and would-be global powers like China see a vacuum forming that they will be eager to fill.

    I still remain optimistic that the vast majority of American people will recoil and speak out at this unwise policy. But whether we like it or not, as the detentions and impediments already springing up make all too real, this is the stated de facto policy of the United States today. Every day that it goes on, every day the chaos, confusion and heartbreak deepens, America loses more pieces of its soul and standing in the world.

    1. Anonymous5:19 PM

      A news, media, and production company created by journalism icon Dan Rather and dedicated to insightful coverage and conversation.

    2. Heartless, for sure.

      But the racist Deplorables that put him in power are rejoicing. They may be the minority but they got their way and are running the show.

      Fascist state.

      The United States is a Fascist state.

      What will it take for active rebellion? Not marches or petitions but action?

      Will an executive order to build and fill "humane camps" be the straw? Will rounding up "enemies of the state" finally spur people to take action? Would it be enough for even Republicans in the House to finally move to impeach this little tin god?

    3. Anonymous3:57 AM

      9:14 If he rounds up enemies of the state, he should start with the traitors in DC, the gop who are forcing people OUT of medical coverage. Racist bastards would not work with President Obama but follow this orange bastard wherever he decides to go. TRAITORS the entire group. Smirking McConnell has a "wife" who is foreign, yet SHE and her family are allowed to stay? She even got a job in the tRump administration. Different treatment for the traitors, eh?

  27. Anonymous4:28 PM

    Can't wait for SNL tonight.

    1. Anonymous10:49 PM

      Rerun, good but not a new one.


  28. Anonymous4:32 PM

    Philadelphia Inquirer's editorial board goes there: Trump's first days resemble those of a dictator

    1. Anonymous3:58 AM

      Dictator is the title he was hoping for. All powerful, all governing Dick-Tator tRump.

  29. Anonymous4:43 PM

    I wonder if the Republicans around him know he is fucking up and think they can manage him like Regan was. They (and us) are in for a nasty surprise when this blows up, literally,

    1. Anonymous3:59 AM

      As long as he helps them destroy ACA and overturns all of President Obama's policies, they are just fine with it. Ryan and McConnell are as evil as tRump.

  30. Anonymous4:59 PM

    --POTUS, Bannon want GOP to back #Calexit California secession organizers say they've opened an embassy -- in Moscow

    --POTUS wants GOP to give $$ to #Calexit . Bannon urges to openly endorse as state's rights issue, but privately to shift elect. college red.

    1. At this rate Californians will be more than happy to leave what used to be the union.

      But we'll take our money and resources with us.

      And I doubt we'll be the only ones leaving if we succeed. Camel's nose. As California goes, so go other states.

      If Trump and the unholy trinity interfere with the marijuana laws, a few other states may be joining California in leaving.


      California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Colorado. And maybe New Mexico. Poor Arizona is going to be landlocked. We'll have Silicon Valley, Hollywood and Las Vegas. Mike Pence will shit kittens being able to send the evil Sodom and Gomorrah out of the Nouveau Puritan States of AmeriKKKa.

    2. Anonymous11:11 AM

      Go ahead and leave. Oh, and good luck getting fresh water from the rest of the west dumb dumb. Also, good luck forming an advanced military to provide defense overnight, especially after all the wealthy tech companies and their employees leave once they realize that California needs water and a military that doesn't exist. You think they are going to pay for that buildup lol?

  31. Anonymous5:02 PM

    Boston-area academics are facing bans on entering US

    “It’s extremely frustrating. It is disrupting people’s lives,” said Hazhir Rahmandad, the MIT professor who created the spreadsheet and shared it on social media.

    “We have PhD students who are in trouble. We have a lot of graduate applicants that we might not be able to get. We have colleagues who are stranded. Some people we might be recruiting for our faculty positions might consider the US to be untenable,” said Rahmandad, who was born in Iran and naturalized as a US citizen in 2010.

    He said his parents, who hold green cards, had planned visit from Iran to celebrate birthdays for their grandchildren, twins who are turning 2.

    “At a personal level, this is not the country that I knew and I trusted and I have adopted as my new home,” Rahmandad said. “I lived through the Iran-Iraq War and I don’t think I was as stressed as what I’m facing these days. It’s so far from our values.”

  32. Anonymous5:05 PM

    Zoom in on Trump's hair as he enters Marine One. Looks like he has a disease. His hair is so thin you can see his scalp.

  33. Anonymous5:07 PM

    It's official, the dialogue between Comrade Putin and his puppet Trump have begun.

    It is only a matter of time before we will be known as The United States Territory of the Russian Federation.

    Not even one shot and Dyadya Sem (Uncle Sam) gave up like a kiska (pussy).

    1. Anonymous6:58 PM

      The United Soviet
      States of America.

  34. Anonymous5:17 PM

    "The 19 terrorists in the Sept. 11 attacks were from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates, Myre points out. They are among the Muslim-majority countries not affected by Trump's immigration freeze, but where Trump does business."

    1. They left out Pakistan too.

  35. Anonymous6:00 PM

    Even though Trump campaigned on a promise to roll back Obama’s executive orders on immigration, the Republican has so far left intact an order safeguarding 750,000 people who were brought to the United States illegally as children, known as the “dreamers.”

    The issue has become a flashpoint for White House advisers divided between a more moderate faction such as chief of staff Reince Priebus and immigration hardliners Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon, said a former congressional aide who has been involved with immigration issues in Washington.

    Priebus has said publicly that Trump will work with Congress to get a “long-term solution” on the issue.

    Meanwhile, Miller, said to have mastered the thinking of his former boss and anti-immigration advocate Jeff Sessions, Trump’s nominee for U.S. Attorney General, as well as Bannon, former head of right-wing Breitbart News, have pushed Trump to take a harder approach and rescind the protections.

    Two officials at the Department of Homeland Security expect Trump to simply stop renewing the authorizations that “dreamers” currently have to work, drive and obtain higher education. Under that plan, the most recently renewed authorizations would expire in two years.

  36. Anonymous6:15 PM

    Breaking: Fed court halts Trump's immigration ban. Details to come... inspiring show of solidarity. Thank you all. #NoBanNoWall #resist @GOP

  37. Anonymous6:18 PM

    Judge Ann Donnelly ruled just before 9 pm that implementing President Trump’s order could cause "irreparable harm"

  38. Anonymous6:23 PM

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  41. Anonymous6:37 PM

    The American Civil Liberties Union announced Saturday evening that a federal court in New York had issued an emergency stay on President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries. The court’s decision, which will affect people who have been detained in airports, came after the ACLU and other activist groups filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of two Iraqis who were held at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York as a result of the order.

    “I hope Trump enjoys losing. He’s going to lose so much we’re going to get sick and tired of his losing,” ACLU national political director Faiz Shakir told Yahoo News shortly after the decision was announced.

    The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the court ruling.

    Trump’s executive order, which he signed on Friday afternoon, barred people from Sudan, Syria, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Libya and Somalia from entering the United States for 90 days. It also stopped all refugees from entering the U.S. for 120 days and indefinitely suspended the entry of refugees from Syria. As a result of the order, some people with current visas have already been detained or turned around at airports.

    The class action lawsuit sought an immediate injunction barring the Trump administration from blocking immigrants based on the executive order. It argued that the order violates a 1965 law that banned discrimination in immigration based on national origin. According to a copy of the court decision from Judge Ann Donnelly, it will stop officials from removing individuals with approved refugee applications, holders of valid visas and people from the affected countries who have been authorized to enter — pending completion of a hearing on the matter in court. Donnelly also wrote that the lawsuit would have a “strong likelihood of success.”

    “There is imminent danger that, absent the stay of removal, there will be substantial and irreparable injury to refugees, visa holders, and other individuals from nations subject to the January 27, 2017 executive order,” Donnelly said.

    Shakir said the stay will affect those who are “currently detained in airports” and that the ACLU’s lawyers “will continue litigating the rest of the people impacted” by the order.

  42. Anonymous6:42 PM

    Trump's henchwoman

  43. Anonymous7:18 PM

    My God, that ass is huge. There's one positive with the Trump presidency, and it's the wind that wreaks havoc on Trump when he's dealing with Marine 1 and often AF 1.

    On another note--and I can't believe the news didn't discuss this (they just showed him there)--it was absolutely wrong that Pence attended the anti-choice march on Roe v Wade day and spoke as well. And Trump tweeted twice that the march had his full support. WTF! The Pres/VP/Sec of State don't do this while in office. They are supposed to represent all of us. Plus Roe is law and is about our Constitutional rights. But the WH is embracing the anti-choicers so openly. And, of course, someone dangerous will be appointed to SCOTUS next week.

  44. Anonymous7:31 PM

    Senate Democrats have the power to stop Trump. All they have to do is use it.

    We're inclined to compromise. But if we want to hold this administration accountable, we'll need to play hardball.

    (Adam Jentleson, formerly deputy chief of staff to Sen. Harry Reid, is the senior strategic adviser at the Center for American Progress Action Fund.)

    As a Democratic Senate aide for the past seven years, I had a front-row seat to an impressive show of obstruction. Republicans, under then-Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, decided they would oppose President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid at every turn to limit their power. And it worked: They extorted concessions from Democrats with threats of shutdowns, fiscal cliffs and financial chaos. I know firsthand that Democrats’ passion for responsible governance can be exploited by Republicans who are willing to blow past all norms and standards.

    Now we have a president who exemplifies that willingness in the extreme. Partly, this explains why he faces more questions about his legitimacy than any president in recent history and why he drew three times as many protesters as inauguration attendees last weekend. But in something of a mismatch, Republicans’ unified control of government means that the most effective tool for popular resistance lies in the Senate — the elite, byzantine institution envisioned by the founders as the saucer that cools the teacup of popular opinion.

    Senate Democrats have a powerful tool at their disposal, if they choose to use it, for resisting a president who has no mandate and cannot claim to embody the popular will. That tool lies in the simple but fitting act of withholding consent. An organized effort to do so on the Senate floor can bring the body to its knees and block or severely slow down the agenda of a president who does not represent the majority of Americans.

    The procedure for withholding consent is straightforward, but deploying it is tricky.... For the Senate to move in a timely fashion on any order of business, it must obtain unanimous support from its members. But if a single senator objects to a consent agreement, McConnell, now majority leader, will be forced to resort to time-consuming procedural steps through the cloture process, which takes four days to confirm nominees and seven days to advance any piece of legislation — and that’s without amendment votes, each of which can be subjected to a several-day cloture process as well.

    McConnell can ask for consent at any time, and if no objection is heard, the Senate assumes that consent is granted. So the 48 senators in the Democratic caucus must work together — along with any Republicans who aren’t afraid of being targeted by an angry tweet — to ensure that there is always a senator on the floor to withhold consent.

    Because every Senate action requires the unanimous consent of members from all parties, everything it does is a leverage point for Democrats. For instance, each of the 1,000-plus nominees requiring Senate confirmation — including President Trump’s Cabinet choices — can be delayed for four days each.

    While the tactic works well, as we’ve seen for the past eight years, there remains the question of strategy. Should Democrats be pragmatic and let Trump have his nominees on a reasonable timetable, so as not to appear obstructionist? So far, this has been their approach to some of Trump’s Cabinet picks.

  45. Anonymous7:45 PM

    He is bald, transplants by Ivana's plastic surgeon really made him angry enough to assault and rape her.

  46. Anonymous8:08 PM

    "Hit buy a truck of TURDS"!

  47. Anonymous10:35 PM

    The promotion of Bannon to the National Security Council is such an unprecedented move that it sounds like it can’t be real, but it’s been confirmed by the Washington Post among others. And what it means is that white supremacist Steve Bannon is now essentially in charge of the United States until further notice.

  48. Hideously unflattering photo. We knew he was overweight, but oh God, that huge lardy can. And the balding scalp.

    Gryphen compiled an enormous number of unflattering Palin photos. Maybe his big contribution to the resistance will be showcasing grotesque Trump pictures.

  49. Anonymous4:26 AM

    I read the entire @RoguePOTUSStaff tweets and it is scary! Did you see his SIL's job it to inform Trump how the gov't can help the Trump Organization?

  50. Anonymous5:24 AM

    Here's another twitter account from inside the White House
    Rogue WH Snr Advisor

  51. Anonymous1:40 PM

    Sarah Palin: Screw Hollywood’s emaciated haggard look that would cause a girl to strive to become smaller


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