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Jamison Foser Dec 22
This is true. USA Today, among many others, called for Bill Clinton to resign when his transgressions were far smaller than Trump’s — and his approval rating was 20 points higher than Trump’s.
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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No, I don’t think Trump would resign if newspapers said he should. But this is a case in which silence = acquiescence, and media elites are sending a signal to the public that none of this is really that bad.
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Jamison Foser
This was USA Today’s rationale in calling for Bill Clinton’s resignation. Does anyone want to argue it isn’t ten times more applicable to Trump?
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Marty Huggins for Congress Dec 22
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Kaili Joy Gray Dec 22
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It’s so telling, but the disgust at his BJ is of course the best part. The world’s most outrageous BJ in history.
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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A small man, lacking honesty and integrity? On the best day of his life, Donald Trump could only dream of being described so favorably.
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Chuckle Patch Dec 22
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I’d bet good money that whoever at USA Today actually authored this piece is currently a Trump supporter
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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For all you “wait for Mueller” types, this was *before* the Starr report.
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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Here’s the Hartford Courant 20 years ago. Who wants to argue it doesn’t apply far more today?
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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The Hartford Courant won’t join you in that argument, by the way — a couple months ago they editorialized that Trump has exceeded the transgressions that led to their call for Clinton resignation. Yet they still wouldn’t say Trump should go.
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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Believe me when I tell you I could keep going for days. So where are the calls for Donald Trump’s resignation? Or, if they won’t come, the expressions of regret at having called for Clinton’s?
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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Did you ask this Republican Senator what Congress should do about a president who imperils America through an inability or unwillingness to carry out his duties?
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Jamison Foser Dec 22
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Here’s a good thread about a different topic with important similarities —>
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Gail Zawacki Dec 22
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Saoirse Like Inaoirse Dec 22
How effective was that approach?
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groovenick Dec 22
Hypocrisy is the new moral outrage.
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