Skip to comments.Graham: I said my piece to Trump directly [****hole comment]
Posted on 01/13/2018 4:18:56 AM PST by C19fan
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Friday that he said his piece directly to President Trump at a White House meeting on immigration reform the previous day where Trump reportedly disparaged several nations as "shithole countries."
Graham was present at the bipartisan meeting in the Oval Office where Trump reportedly referred to Haiti, El Salvador and several African nations as "shithole countries" after lawmakers suggested that immigrants from the countries be provided protections.
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Sure Lindsey didn’t “offer his piece” to Trump and then run off crying when Trump said “I don’t swing that way.”?
If Lindsey Graham such a chieken$hit little man himself he’d tell it like it is. Ask yourself this question: How many people from the USA are running to these “shithole countries.”
I’ll never understand what the used-to-be-very-religious Upstate South Carolina sees in this queer piece of s***.
How many people from the USA are running to these shithole countries.
Maybe some of the SJWs will emigrate just to prove Donald wrong./s
Shut up, Linda!
its a custom to virtue-signal around Martin Luther King weekend
Another day, another round of every US Senators, especially Graham and others, doing a full 12 hr shift on TV spots and press interviews. The lazy media love it: stick a mic in his face and transcribe it. Done by 3:30, plenty of time to get to Friday happy hour.
Is this why we elected representatives? Graham et al probably need directions to find the Senate chamber. Even when there is a vote or a debate the place is dark and empty. Contrast this with the rotunda which has become a de facto permanent TV studio with klieg lights. All on our dime, of course.
It’s easy to get caught up in debating which DC musical is better, ours or theirs, but in the end it’s the same bag of spotlights, stage blood and flash powder meant to dazzle but merely illusory. The press may be adversarial but all in the swamp are in the wink-wink, nudge-nudge, they’ll-love-this-in flyover-country secret society.
There is a choice.
For Graham to give Trump the immigration legislation, he had to either be
1. Really stupid
2. Anti Trump
why are Haiti and El Salvador still being included in the s/hole story when I thought it had been debunked by the President and even Jake Tapper.
wasn’t the President only referring to African countries and the Visa Lottery program?
His legal name is Michael King.
Is this the same Lindsey Graham that referred to these same countries as hellholes in Senate debate on immigration reform back in 2013?
It’s time Trump acknowledges that the Dem’s are his enemies and go directly to the people. I would do this in the State of the Nation speech.
But rather than talk to his base, speak to the independents and cut away from the Dem support.
This needs to be orchestrated.
Be strong on the drug problem.
Be strong on the crime problem.
Be strong on the employment of blacks..
Then emphasize that the wall is needed to solve these problems.
Then stress, we are a Nation of immigrants, but legal productive immigrants, not parasites. We are the land of opportunity.
Then talk about how the Clinton’s built a wall around their house and highlight the similarities.
Then quote Obama and Clinton’s support for the wall speeches in the past.
Finally, offer the people a choice, sound logical solutions or hypocracy.
Which “hell hole” was he defending ?
I feel that the corruption investigations are a drum roll for a big change.
Not simply calling a spade a spade, but calling it a goddamned no f’n good shovel instead.
“Useless” or “benighted” countries would have been plenty derogatory terms, but they do not convey quite the intensity.
The Sam’s are trying to make this country like the sh*@ hole cities they run now.
I don’t get it either. An elderly friend of mine lives in Columbia SC and is very conservative and very religious. She thinks the sun rises and sets in him.
Dem’s , darn spellchecker
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