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I think Jason Chaffetz will face some re-election challenges, even in Utah.

 

He's said he will not seek re-election in 2018.

 

Some rumors that he may resign later today (Friday, April 21, 2017), perhaps to spend more time with his wives and families.

 

All those Benghazi and email hearings wore him out I guess?

 

Time to change his Twitter handle to @jasonnotinthehouse.

 

His boyish good looks would serve him well in prison.

 

 

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42 minutes ago, mtls2005 said:

I think Jason Chaffetz will face some re-election challenges, even in Utah.

 

He's said he will not seek re-election in 2018.

 

Some rumors that he may resign later today (Friday, April 21, 2017), perhaps to spend more time with his wives and families.

 

All those Benghazi and email hearings wore him out I guess?

 

Time to change his Twitter handle to @jasonnotinthehouse.

 

His boyish good looks would serve him well in prison.

 

 

Hot rumours are that Chaffetz will step out of the lime light for a short while then either run for Governor or Senator.

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52 minutes ago, Andaman Al said:

Hot rumours are that Chaffetz will step out of the lime light for a short while then either run for Governor or Senator.

Likely run for governor in 2020.

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Funny how a few tomahawks has ended the Russian story. Boom

Has not ended.
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sure gone quiet. 

 

 

 

The investigation continues.

It's known Putin tried to help elect trump. That isn't the question. What is not known yet is about collusion and financial corruption ties. It's immaterial if Putin regrets helping trump now which he likely does.

 

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6 minutes ago, Jingthing said:

The investigation continues.

It's known Putin tried to help elect trump. That isn't the question. What is not known yet is about collusion and financial corruption ties. It's immaterial if Putin regrets helping trump now which he likely does.

 

It's odd though. Trump still refuses to say anything negative about Putin.

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3 minutes ago, funandsuninbangkok said:

Like, "He's really really mean!"?

How about holding him responsible for Russia's conduct in Syria?  Or maybe Trump assumes Putin knows as little about foreign affairs as does Trump?

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12 hours ago, ilostmypassword said:

It's odd though. Trump still refuses to say anything negative about Putin.

Interesting comments here. LOL

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2017/04/07/russia-responds-to-syria-strike-as-putin-trump-bromance-gets-tomahawked/#70ae70a81833

 

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In a rather strange op-ed in Kommersant, the newspaper's editor Maksim Yusin lamented Trump's decision and longed for a Hillary Clinton presidency.

 

"I think Russians will come to regret their support for Trump and wish Hillary or Obama were in the White House," Yusin wrote. Then, oddly, "Hillary would not have done this without talking to Putin or Congress first."

 

 

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Still to early - Putin is playing the long game, while Trump is playing tiddly-winks - to know if there is any "buyer's remorse"?

 

Certainly it would behoove Putin to feign dissatisfaction at this point, wait until things die down, but he still gets much more with a Trump WH than with an HRC WH.

 

For Putin it's now more about "cleaning" things up, can you say "defenestration", and waiting.

 

It may have been "too soon" for 'Wayne Tracker' to press for the ExxonMobile waiver?

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