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    Quote Originally Posted by TolkoRaz View Post
    That is as it may be, but the Impeachment will not alter that fact and it will not succeed in the Sentate as we all know....................
    You know that, and I know that, but some on the Left are still in an alternate reality - they are still obsessed about Bush winning in 2000, over Al Gore (the inventor of the amazing internet ). They think they were cheated in 2000, and they were cheated again in 2016. They're out of their minds. I tried to explain this earlier - the Left does not hear the other side of any political arguments, but the Right does hear both sides. I listen to the talk show, but it's interrupted every half-hour by the media (always Leftist) blaring their agenda-driven "news." But the Left never listens to anything from the Right, so, it's to be expected, that after years of listening to only one side, they would be so full of anger. They believe what the hear on the news. It's gospel to them.

    Trump had an obligation to ask Kiev to investigate corruption. How would it look if Trump knew about Biden's son and the $billion Biden threatened to withhold unless the Kiev official investigating corruption involving Biden's son in Ukraine was fired? How would that look? The media would then say that Trump was suborning or condoning corruption (in Ukraine), or interfering in Ukrainian affairs. As far as that goes, that may explain why there is so much reluctance by anyone in Washington to investigate the Ukrainian corruption connected to America - that officials of both American political parties were going into Ukraine after Maidan and getting into "the Action" - becoming a part of the corruption themselves.

    Ukraine seems to have that kind of effect on anyone doing business there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TolkoRaz View Post
    Majority of voting population are still wondering what the hell has happened, how did Trump get elected whilst the rest of the globe is wondering how long will this madness last!
    In recent days, with the Democrats floundering around the flotsam of the impeachment fiasco, the Trumpster is surfacing above 50% approval.

    https://www.rasmussenreports.com/pub..._index_history

    At least in England there's an issue at the heart of the madness - Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    stopped reading here.....

    my guess is you should quit any type of political commentary on america and focus on something you really know, like, i dont know. what ARE you an expert on?
    As I am sure you will recall, Trump garnered 62.9 million voted whilst Clinton secured 65.8 Million votes

    That works out as Trump 46.1%, Clinton 48.2% of the popular vote
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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    in fact, why dont you tell us who is going to take over after putin leaves.... and when that could be? any ideas?
    He's leaving?

    VVP is irreplaceable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TolkoRaz View Post
    He's leaving?

    VVP is irreplaceable!


    sooner or later we all have to leave. even VV. but even when he will eventually leave the kremlin, he for sure will not leave Politics.And always will be a man to be counted on for some surprises. He always will be the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89minence_grise. Who will succeed him? Shoigu might be a good guess . He for sure will get the votes of the Armed forces and the МЧС. But as they say in Russia, freely translated from that proverb - dont cut up the skin, before you haven't shot the bear-...

    And who knows, one day it might be even him. Russia is always good for a surprise. Not sure how he will do it, but who knows..https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2019/...one-day-a68597
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    Quote Originally Posted by TolkoRaz View Post
    He's leaving?

    VVP is irreplaceable!
    Too bad he only had daughters.

    In British tradition, the right of the crown flows thru the female blood. And it must be rightful blood at that. Or so I am told.

    Didn't o e of his daughters marry a South Korean general? Maybe that is the future of Russia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post



    sooner or later we all have to leave. even VV. but even when he will eventually leave the kremlin, he for sure will not leave Politics.And always will be a man to be counted on for some surprises. He always will be the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89minence_grise. Who will succeed him? Shoigu might be a good guess . He for sure will get the votes of the Armed forces and the МЧС. But as they say in Russia, freely translated from that proverb - dont cut up the skin, before you haven't shot the bear-...

    And who knows, one day it might be even him. Russia is always good for a surprise. Not sure how he will do it, but who knows..https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2019/...one-day-a68597
    "éminence grise" never heard that one. "Grey eminence is a powerful decision-maker or adviser who operates "behind the scenes", or in a non-public or unofficial capacity."

    Dick Cheney? John Bolton? I would say Hillary Clinton, engineering the "Arab Spring" and Maidan coup from within the bowels of the State Department.
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