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White House asks Republicans to condemn Trump remarks on U.S. Constitution


"Every President and every member of Congress swears to 'defend' the Constitution of the United States," White House spokesperson Andrew Bates said on Monday.

"Asking Members of Congress to reaffirm their oath of office and uphold the Constitution should not be a heavy lift. Congressional Republicans need to do that immediately, instead of repeatedly refusing to answer the most basic question," Bates said.
 

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White House asks Republicans to condemn Trump remarks on U.S. Constitution


"Every President and every member of Congress swears to 'defend' the Constitution of the United States," White House spokesperson Andrew Bates said on Monday.

"Asking Members of Congress to reaffirm their oath of office and uphold the Constitution should not be a heavy lift. Congressional Republicans need to do that immediately, instead of repeatedly refusing to answer the most basic question," Bates said.

Is this the best the GOP can do in refuting TFG's wild statements?

"Former Vice President Mike Pence and former national security adviser John Bolton, both Republicans, criticized Trump's remarks on Monday, with Bolton saying he was prepared to consider running for president himself if more Republicans did not call out Trump's comments.

Republican Senators John Cornyn, Lisa Murkowski, John Thune and Mike Rounds also condemned Trump.
"I just think that's irresponsible," Cornyn told reporters on Monday.
Thune, the chamber's No. 2 Republican, said: "I couldn't disagree more. I swear an oath to defend and support it (the Constitution), and I take it very seriously."
Both Cornyn and Thune, however, stopped short of saying Trump's remarks should disqualify him as a presidential candidate when they were asked that by reporters."

 

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Is this the best the GOP can do in refuting TFG's wild statements?

"Former Vice President Mike Pence and former national security adviser John Bolton, both Republicans, criticized Trump's remarks on Monday, with Bolton saying he was prepared to consider running for president himself if more Republicans did not call out Trump's comments.

Republican Senators John Cornyn, Lisa Murkowski, John Thune and Mike Rounds also condemned Trump.
"I just think that's irresponsible," Cornyn told reporters on Monday.
Thune, the chamber's No. 2 Republican, said: "I couldn't disagree more. I swear an oath to defend and support it (the Constitution), and I take it very seriously."
Both Cornyn and Thune, however, stopped short of saying Trump's remarks should disqualify him as a presidential candidate when they were asked that by reporters."


Susan Collins said she thought Trump had learned his lesson this time.
 

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Susan Collins said she thought Trump had learned his lesson this time.

You're kidding right? Most recent I find is below....

 

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(The Borowitz Report)—Donald J. Trump’s legal team struggled to explain how the original Declaration of Independence made its way to a storage unit leased by the former President in Queens, New York.

The lawyers informed the Justice Department that they had discovered the eighteenth-century document under a stack of hastily packed items, including several pairs of socks and the Oval Office’s television remote.

“Mr. Trump will, of course, return the Declaration of Independence to the National Archives as soon as possible,” Harland Dorrinson, one of the attorneys, said. “This seems to have been some kind of honest mistake.”

That version of events differs from one provided by a source close to the former President, who indicated that Trump had intentionally taken the Declaration of Independence in the hopes that it had a treasure map on the back.
 

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(The Borowitz Report)—Donald J. Trump’s legal team struggled to explain how the original Declaration of Independence made its way to a storage unit leased by the former President in Queens, New York.

The lawyers informed the Justice Department that they had discovered the eighteenth-century document under a stack of hastily packed items, including several pairs of socks and the Oval Office’s television remote.

“Mr. Trump will, of course, return the Declaration of Independence to the National Archives as soon as possible,” Harland Dorrinson, one of the attorneys, said. “This seems to have been some kind of honest mistake.”

That version of events differs from one provided by a source close to the former President, who indicated that Trump had intentionally taken the Declaration of Independence in the hopes that it had a treasure map on the back.
Hells bells , that would be worth a bit of coin …if you could sell it .

honest mistake 😂
 

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Hells bells , that would be worth a bit of coin …if you could sell it .

honest mistake 😂
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