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As we speak, wad of flesh and disappointment BabyShits McTrumpenStuff, AKA Donald Trump Jr., is sitting with staffers from the Senate Judiciary Committee, trying to figure out how to weasel his way out of whatever questions they’re asking about his Russia ties without getting himself or Daddy in big trouble. Reportedly he’s told them he didn’t collude with Russia, which is possible. Russia may have simply deemed him too stupid to collude with. We sure as fuck would’ve.

Ahead of Junior’s testimony, the New York Times got its hands on a copy of his statement to the committee about precisely why he took a Russian spy meeting with Russian spies. Was it to get scandalous dirt on Hillary Clinton, like the Russians promised, and to which he responded, “I love it”? Was it just about BOUNCY RUSSIAN BABIES, as he said in his first statement on the meeting? Does he have some new, weird excuse? BINGO, THAT’S THE ONE.

In fact, he has THREE new weird excuses. One is that he felt it was his sworn duty as Donald Trump Jr., heir to the pussgrabbing throne, to at least LISTEN to whatever scandalous information the Russians allegedly had on Hillary Clinton, because he just wanted to make sure the little lady had what it takes to be president. Hell, maybe at that point Junior was an undecided voter LOLOLOL:

“To the extent they had information concerning the fitness, character or qualifications of a presidential candidate, I believed that I should at least hear them out,” he said. “Depending on what, if any, information they had, I could then consult with counsel to make an informed decision as to whether to give it further consideration.”

See? He would find out — from the Russians — whether Hillary was qualified to be president. He would do it FOR AMERICAN PATRIOTIC REASONS. Of course, if they gave him some really good shit, he would do that weird toddler bouncy run through the halls of Trump Tower — you know, the one they do when they’re carrying a full diaper load — all the way to the Trump lawyer’s office to see if PLEEEEEEASE can they use the dirty Russian dirt on Hillary PLEEEEEEEASE?

(Also, which Trump counsel? His personal lawyer Michael Cohen, who is also under investigation for all his MASSIVE Russian ties? He probably would’ve just been like, “Oh you think YOU’RE doing Russian conspiracies for your dad, let me show you MY Russian conspiracies!” Allegedly.)

Junior’s second new excuse is a (horseshit) insight into his state of mind when the Russians tried to have foreign relations with him:

… [T]he younger Mr. Trump said he was initially conflicted when he heard that the lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, might have damaging information about Mrs. Clinton. […]

The acknowledgment by the president’s eldest son that he intended to seek legal counsel after the meeting suggests that he knew, or at least suspected, that accepting potentially damaging information about a rival campaign from a foreign country raised thorny legal issues.

He was CONFLICTED. He was TROUBLED. He was HAUNTED and DISMAYED. Being approached by the Russians PERPLEXED him and sent him into a TIZZY. He was VERKLEMPT and DIED OF CONSUMPTION right there on his FAINTING COUCH.

Yet we guess he didn’t tell anybody about the troubles he’s seen, not even Jesus.

Let’s see how smart people are reacting to Junior’s alleged discombobulation:

And what of the part where Dipshit said “I love it!” about the possibility of getting sexxxy dirt on Hillary from the foreign enemy nation? His third stupid new excuse is about that:

“As much as some have made of my using the phrase ‘I love it,’ it was simply a colloquial way of saying that I appreciated Rob’s gesture,” he said in his statement on Thursday.

It’s just a thing he says! Collude with Russia to steal the election for Daddy? I LOVE IT. Murder exotic animals in their cribs for sport? I LOVE IT. Get punched in the face repeatedly? I LOVE IT.

Of course, Benjamin Wittes reminds us of the context of Junior’s “I LOVE IT”:

Exactly. The full quote was “If it’s what you say [Hillary dirt] I love it especially later in the summer.” So …

HOT TAKE: Junior is full of shit and also very dumb. Again.

Try again, dickwit!

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  • Parakeetist

    I hope he gets lots of exercise in jail.

    • geoffalnutt

      Part of him will.

  • Mr. Blobfish

    Greasy bastard sure is oily.

    • Three Finger Salute

      The oily boid gets the woim. -Bugs Bunny

  • P’jama Pahnts

    “I don’t like collusion…

    🎵

    🎶

    🎵

    I LOVE IT!”

  • ArgieBargie

    Don’t worry, Jr. Daddy will pardon you, even though he thinks you are a perpetual loser.

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    That’s okay, Junior. We know your daddy’s sperm is nothing special. We didn’t expect big things of you . . .
    Well, except for NOT FUCKING COLLUDING WITH RUSSIA.
    That part, we kinda did expect.
    Too bad most of us liberals are against the death penalty, which is the proper penalty for treason. You’ll probably skate with life in Leavenworth.

  • Wild Cat

    With that face, my best guess is that he was present because they offered the young tycoon the opportunity to sniff all the seats after the meeting ended.

  • ManchuCandidate

    Click here to see how Don T. From NYC used three weird excuses to get out of jail and work from home for $3453 an hour!!!!

    • dslindc

      Range Rover, also too, or GTFO!

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    “Depending on what, if any, information they had, I could then consult with counsel to make an informed decision as to whether to give it further consideration.”

    UM…didn’t Junior just admit to being willing to collude here?

    • jesterpunk

      Yes he did.

  • Mr. Blobfish

    Why don’t they just subpoena the Russians for a recording of the meeting?

    • Wolf Tracker

      They subpoenaed at least one to testify under grand jury. The guy that was the former hacker and military intelligence. he has dual citizenship.

      Getting Russians to cooperate when Putin would have them killed is not going to happen.

  • Nounverb911

    4. “I wanted to see the pee pee tape.”
    –DJTJR

  • chiefkurtz

    Does the timing of Daddy Trump’s playing nice w/ Nancy and Chuck seem suspicious in view of these Russian shoes dropping?

    • Nounverb911

      Yeah, but it won’t help. (Hopefully).

      • JohnBull

        They’re democrats, so I wouldn’t bet on it.

    • Wolf Tracker

      He may think it will help but Dems don’t head the investigations and Mueller was a Republican.

  • jesterpunk

    But he said the meeting was about Russian Babbies in the statement his father helped him prepare.

    • Pisto75666

      Bouncy Russian Babbies!

  • Mr. Blobfish

    Donald Fucking Trump. Can you believe it?

  • Wolf Tracker

    “Russians tried to have foreign relations with him”

    That struck my funny bone.

    If that is his statement he is sooo screwed because he admitted he knew it was probably wrong/illegal and he did not go to his lawyers and report it even though he knew he should.

    You couldn’t make a better case against yourself for collusion if you asked Mueller to write it for you.

    Don Jr. saves the country from Hillary.

    Hilarious!

  • OddMan

    OT, but I had to tell someone.

    Something to think about, Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant.
    The map below shows where Indian Point Power is located, 25 miles South of Miami. And this is one big bunch of power plants not just two nuclear plants.

    ”Including the two nuclear plants, Turkey Point operates five power-generating units. It comprises two 400-megawatt oil/natural gas-fired generation units (Units 1 and 2) and two nuclear Westinghouse pressurized water reactors (Units 3 and 4), each supplying steam to one high pressure and two low-pressure turbines with a power output rated at 693 MWe for each unit. In 2007, it added the 1,150 MW combined-cycle gas-fired Unit 5.[1] It serves the entire southern portion of Florida. With a combined capacity of 3330 MW, the site is the largest generating station in Florida and is the sixth largest power plant in the United States.” Wiki

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/58b0ff5c0b2602c459292ec3cada9aa25ca62a4851f29b5b51eb6fb3a661089c.png

    Florida Light and Power said the nuclear plants will be shut down before Irma hits. But remember nuclear reactors stay hot for years, even after being ‘turned off’. We better hope that Irma turns just a bit early and misses going directly over Indian Point.
    Back to your regular programing.

    • Three Finger Salute

      Chernobyl III: Miami McChernobylface

      • arglebargle

        Nuclear Boogaloo

        • Bobathonic

          “This time, it’s personal”

          • Lascauxcaveman

            If you live anywhere near south Florida, it is.

        • Three Finger Salute

          Nukenado.

    • Nounverb911

      Isn’t Indian Point the one near West Point on the Hudson?

      • OddMan

        Yep, sorry about that. Also missed Maddow last night. Glad she had it on. I’m quite sure it will get more newsworthy.

        • Nounverb911

          Especially since Indian Point sits atop an earthquake fault. Turkey Point will hopefully behave this weekend. (Fingers crossed)

          • OddMan

            Not sure how I transposed that turkey indian thing.
            Hopefully they do have backup generators that are flood proof. but this is one big bunch of power plants. Even if it is just damaged a little it could be weeks getting it all back on line.

    • dslindc

      This was mentioned on Maddow last night. Apparently a storm in the past caused some damage that was unexpected, so it’s a bit more likely than it might seem if hit with enough of the storm.

    • beingreleased

      Don’t worry. I’m sure the safety of Americans is their highest priority.

    • Crank Tango

      I have family about ten miles due north, already hoping for an early turn!

    • Mr. Blobfish

      No one could have expected (insert catastrophic event here).

    • Bobathonic

      I had a field trip to there back when I was in HS elementary, I guess, when it was under some construction. Here’s hoping it doesn’t go all Fukushima.

      • h4rr4r

        Fukushima required a lot of fuckups mostly in the design phase. American Nuclear power plants are under a containment dome.

        • Bobathonic

          And the Rooskies are reputed to be about the sloppiest. But still, nothing is invulnerable. Here’s hoping no thresholds are breached.

          • h4rr4r

            For sure, I just was trying to add a bit a context.

            Turkey Point has survived other hurricanes. Andrew for example passed right over the site and did real damage to the fossil fuel side of the facility.

          • Marion in Savannah

            Well, this storm is making Andrew look like a slightly breezy day.

          • h4rr4r

            Andrew hit it with 170mph winds.
            I thought Irma lost some steam already, not sure though.

    • h4rr4r

      Indian Point is in Buchanan New York.

      Turkey Point is in Florida.

    • Rebel Scum with permit

      The two headed alligator wrestling will be featured at some roadside attraction.

    • Wolf Tracker

      Well, Wolf Blitzer did just call Irma a nuclear storm.

    • SayItWithWookies

      One question: where are their backup generators? I’m hoping the answer is that they’re higher than any storm surge and protected from 185mph winds.

      • OddMan

        There should be back up generators. Looking at the map of elevation for this plant it says a max of 5 meters ( 16.4 feet). The surge is predicted to be at least 10 feet, and there will be up to 25 foot waves on top of the surge.
        The back up generators better be tough. And there better be a secondary plan, like a connection for ship to shore power.
        A little know secret about our nuclear sub fleet. Each sub is set up to have enough extra electrical power to help power a small city or jump start the local power plant. And they come with big shore power cables.

        http://www.mapcoordinates.net/en

        http://www.orlandosentinel.com/weather/hurricane/os-hurricane-irma-20170907-story.html

    • SeeTrain65

      Safe, efficient, practical Nuclear power.

      Nuclear Energy: It’s now, it’s wow!

  • Mr. Blobfish

    Mmmm. Iced coffee. Black. Like a Trump’s soul.

  • chiefkurtz

    “To the extent they had information concerning the fitness, character or qualifications of a presidential candidate, I believed that I should at least hear them out,” he said.

    Sounds similar to all those guys caught with CP, who swear they were doing ‘research’.

    • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

      And I’m kinda convinced that’s exactly what Trump is afraid of being revealed, not any of this other milder stuff

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    By “initially conflicted,” I’m guessing Junior just meant that he was aware that all of this would get out in the open. That makes more sense than the rest of his song and dance at least…

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ce8ccbe44e40740d806e8e6628b8a5faa9d34875151a5008d493aaaf52e64b55.jpg

    • Mr. Blobfish

      Coulda talked to the Secret Service.

  • geoffalnutt

    You just confessed to collusion, dumbass.

    • Daniel

      Again.

    • Latverian Diplomat

      “What can I say, I’m a team player. Want something colluded with, I’m your guy.”
      –Donnie Jr.

    • JohnBull

      If we had laws not written specifically to protect white criminals, this would mean something.

  • Daniel

    “To the extent they had information concerning the fitness, character or qualifications of a presidential candidate, I believed that I should at least hear them out”

    He was just screening her to find out if she met the same exacting standards he sets for all presidential candidates, what with him being a profound political brain, and that he felt strongly Donald Trump managed to meet.

  • Zonath

    Protip: If you’re considering doing something with questionable legality, take a meeting with one of your disgusting pussgrabbity father’s dozens of attorneys (or hell, even one of your own) before you do the thing of questionable legality.

    • Daniel

      It would help if you can spell “lawyer”.

      “It doesn’t sound like there’s a W in there, it’s a loser word.”

      • Three Finger Salute

        “Loia”

        • Daniel

          That’s a Haitian spirit thing isn’t it?

        • Daniel

          Having been caught in one too many stupid lies, Don called to his legal counsel- whose advice he’d followed to the letter- to help him get away.
          “Loia loia! Oh, baby, we gotta go!”
          “¡Ay ay ay ay ay!” his lawyer replied.
          It remains a mystery why his attorney was so bad at getting Trump Jr. exonerated.

    • dslindc

      But they might advise me against doing the thing of questionable legality and it’s obviously all Hillary’s fault anyway!

  • arglebargle
  • Fartknocker

    Donnie Jr. should start work on a new movie script titled “Throw Papa Under the Train.”

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      I thought it was “Daddy”?

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    it was simply a colloquial way of saying that I appreciated Rob’s gesture

    Which would be an improvement because…?

    JFC, these people can’t even cover their asses well. I guess because they’re not used to being held accountable for their actions. Sucks not being the rich kid who gets away with everything, doesn’t it, Junior?

    • Boscoe

      He’ll prolly get off on an affluenza defense, though.

  • Latverian Diplomat

    His next three excuses:
    “The Tovarich set me up.”
    “The Czech’s in the mail.”
    “The dog ate my ethics.”

    • Nounverb911

      Dogs have better taste.

      • Lascauxcaveman

        The dog who ate his ethics was desperate, and starved to death anyway.

      • Covfefe

        Dogs eat shit. Literally. For a dog, it’s a no brainer.

    • SeeTrain65

      “Rinat Akhmetshin came on to me.”
      “I was drunk on Vlad’s vodka.”
      “You’ve been talking to your friend Natalia Veselnitskaya too much.”
      “I wouldn’t have done it if you’d take more meetings with me.”
      “It was just a meeting. It didn’t mean anything to me.”

  • DerrickWildcat

    “We believe you. See, we don’t believe at all that someone of Mr. Putin’s importance would spend his time with someone as insignificant as your Father. Mr. Putin only deals with people that are great. Your Father wouldn’t interest him at all. Your Father is basically a nobody.”
    “Yeah, then why did Putin trust my Dad enough to loan him money when nobody else would? Then why did my Dad talk to Mr. Putin on a special line installed at home everyday months before the election? You are all liars!”

    • Boscoe

      LOL You KNOW that would totally work, too.

  • Rebel Scum with permit

    His lawyers must have helped him come up with this statement. Is this really the best they could manage? Maybe the only other defense he has is temporary insanity.

    • Marion in Savannah

      Temporary?

    • AnnieGetYerFun

      Can you imagine being his lawyers? All in a room, trying to figure out how to make your client look less fucking stupid?

      • Rebel Scum with permit

        No wonder they all drink and dial or drink and e mail. “You have no idea how fucking crazy it is here”.

      • Weird Fishes

        And still waiting for the last installment payment

      • IdRatherBeDancing

        I think the only way to do that is to use the ball-gag that Latvian posted upstream.

    • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

      “We’re pleading temporary insanity.”
      “What, yours or your client’s?”

    • Les Appentis De la résistance

      The long delay to testify was for him to learn some new big words.

    • Resistance Fighter Callyson

      “Have you seen what we have to work with? We’re lucky we came up with this much!”

      – Junior’s lawyers

    • Covfefe’s Evil Twin

      “temporary”?

  • TJ Barke

    Trump criminal enterprise, guilty as fuck.

  • CutterTeam

    “Honey, I did fuck the babysitter. But I knew it would force us to deal with the intimacy issues we’ve been struggling with and eventually reconcile. Deep down, I did it for us.”

    It’s kind of like that scenario, except that we might see the end of civilization.

    • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

      “Honey, the babysitter wanted to fuck ME. I was very conflicted and had a lot of confliction, as well as friction har har and I wanted to verify the fucking for YOU, and also I never saw that person before in my life, and the “I love it” is just what I say.”

    • Jmom

      This was Newt Gingrich’s excuse- I cheated because I love America.

      • Daniel

        Which is why he so consistently tries to fuck it.

        • Jmom

          And now he is a ceremonial altar boy at the Vatican with wife # 3. This only works for Republicans.

      • osceola

        My favorite Gringrichism was when his second wife caught him cheating and he said, “Let’s have an open marriage.”

        • Jmom

          Was this while she had cancer or am I getting his dickish behavior confused?

          • osceola

            The first wife he ditched was the one with cancer. He was banging intern Calista (future 3rd wife) when his 2nd wife caught wind of it. Now you know why Calista never leaves his side.

            Yes, his dickish behavior contains multitudes and is hard to keep track of.

    • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

      “No. No one else was involved…well, the maid, but that was it, just me, the baby sitter and the maid having a three way. And the pizza guy, and the pool guy…and one lady who just watched. That was all. I swear.

    • Boscoe

      But eventually it’ll degenerate into “Hey, it’s not MY fault she got raped, she shouldn’t have let me in her house!”

  • Vincent Ricola

    If it’s what you say I love it especially later in the summer…

    • Crank Tango

      Maybe he just meant a nice trip to the lake upstate? The leaves already kinda starting to turn…

      • HogeyeGrex

        He and the rest of his family need a nice long trip up the river.

        • Three Finger Salute

          How about just a long walk off a short pier? With luxury cement shoes and luxury cement votes…

          • HogeyeGrex

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sing_Sing

            The expression “up the river” to describe someone in prison or heading to prison derives from the practice of sentencing people convicted in New York City to serve their terms in Sing Sing. The prison is literally up the Hudson River from the city. The slang expression dates from 1891.

    • Nockular cavity

      I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LATER IN THE SUMMER
      -Love,
      Bob Mueller

      • Vincent Ricola

        I cannot wait for this movie to hit Netflix.

  • jesterpunk
    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      Never gets old (no matter how badly we want it to)

  • Daniel

    So because I can’t get past this point:

    What exactly are your standards for “a good and competent president” that mean Hillary Clinton might not meet them but Donald “John Barron” Trump does?

    • Three Finger Salute

      no vagina

      edit: white, heterosexual, nominally Protestant and no vagina. Also, RICH.

      • Daniel

        Likely to nepotism the fuck out of my career.

      • Weird Fishes

        Claims to be rich. Outwardly appears to be rich. Is probably richer than you or I will ever be. But his claim is unsubstantiated.

  • beingreleased

    Does he actually think anyone believes him or is he just creating excuses so that the Republicans on the committee will be able to say “See, he explained everything”? On the one hand, the latter seems pretty likely to happen, but he actually might be stupid enough to think he’s fooling someone.

    • Daniel

      I think it’s a little of both- at the time of delivering the lie he is just trying to cover his arse, but by the time the hearing’s over he will believe the lie himself.

      • stubbornirishlass

        Yes, but which lie? Seems like he’s trying to have it a whole bunch of ways, and that may be his undoing.

    • Vincent Ricola

      My money is on the second thing.

    • Rebel Scum with permit

      They will be blowing him big wet kisses and acting as his de facto defense counsel anyway, so this just gives them something to work with.

  • IdiotsforPalin

    The only confliction McClownstick Jr. has, is 30W or 10-40W for the hair.

    • SeeTrain65

      Depends on how hard he is to start during the winter.

  • cheetojeebus

    A dramatic interpretation of Don jr’s prep with his attorneys.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p50WnKq-x1c

  • CutterTeam

    I can’t wait until this whole thing is over, and we find out that Tiffany has been Keyser Söze the whole time.

    • Three Finger Salute

      Barron daydreamed the whole thing playing with a snow globe.

  • Thorn Spike

    Like the Newt, he just loves America too much.

  • Les Appentis De la résistance

    “Oh Rob, gesture a little to the left. Harder. I love it.”
    — Don Jr. (allegedly)

  • Nounverb911

    Has he blamed Eric yet?

  • Latverian Diplomat

    Donald Jr.’s lawyers have a new defense strategy:
    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41lRSv%2BSJoL._AC_UL130_.jpg

  • To the leagle types out there:

    At what point do all of his diversionary and conflicting stories become a prosecutorial crime for Jr. to deal with?

    Can he deflect indefinitely?

    • Wolf Tracker

      December. He will be called to testify to the Grand Jury next.

  • Nockular cavity

    And this is what he comes up with when he has time to think up an excuse.

    • Debbie the Unpaid Protester

      Not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed.

      • Marion in Savannah

        He’s about 4 beers short of a six-pack.

        • Debbie the Unpaid Protester

          one brick short of a chimney

          • Bright Bart

            an olive short of a martini

        • WeaselPoo

          Or six beers short of the plastic thingy that kills marine life.

        • SeeTrain65

          A pound of salami shy of a party tray.

    • Not surprising considering what the GOP came up with for healthcare after 8 years to think about it.

    • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

      And with legal counsel!

  • jesuswasablack

    “Depending on what, if any, information they had, I could then consult with counsel to make an informed decision as to whether to give it further consideration.”

    Hmm that doesn’t sound like: “I love it especially in late summer”?
    http://assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.2308095.1438190980!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/article_750/hunt30n-9-web.jpg

    • Villago Delenda Est

      “Yes, I am a dick. Why do you ask?”

    • Nounverb911
      • Daniel

        To be fair, Don Jr can’t really be expected to know that elephant would feel bad. Everyone was really happy when they cut his brother’s tail off.

      • Three Finger Salute
    • Marion in Savannah

      Now that is one image I did NOT have to see.

      • chazmanr

        I could never go to Ringling Bros after seeing elephants in the wild in the Chobe Game Preserve in Botswana. That just makes me want to puke.

    • Msgr_MΩment

      #pachydermlivesmatter

    • Bananas Foster

      Fucking psycho.

    • MizzMazz

      This is all you need to see to know this asshole is one sick motherfucker. Not just doing the filthy deed, but having his picture taken, while beaming with pride.

    • Terpsichord

      Besides him being an asshole, he is a fake, staged photo asshole. There is no blood on that knife or on his hands or clothes.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      That photo, aside from making him look like a fucking dipshit for killing these majectic animals, makes him look like he has a grotesque neck beard.

    • Celtic_Gnome

      Helen! Get me the electron microscope. I want to check out this fella’s penis.

      • SeeTrain65

        “Dang! Magnified 10,000,000 times and I still cain’t see it!”

  • Villago Delenda Est

    I’m waiting for his eighth story, as dictated to some reporter from his cell at the Colorado Supermax.

    • Crank Tango

      “Is that like an Imax, only better?”

      Don Jr.

      • Bobathonic

        He’s holding out for a hypermax.

        • Three Finger Salute

          Ubermax

      • Courser_Resistance

        It’s the BIGGEST, HUUUGEST Supermax ever! You’ll love it!

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    The June 2016 meeting came about after the younger Mr. Trump received an email from a family associate saying that potentially damaging information was being provided as part of the Russian government’s support for his father. But in his statement on Thursday, he described his decision to agree to the meeting as the byproduct of the chaotic, seat-of-the pants campaign assembled by his father, rather than any attempt to collude with Russia.

    “We didn’t know what the fuck we were doing, so it doesn’t count!”

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/042f95b248360b3b25270ffb53a30c6cb7c6de536119527ad38af8afad2c0aac.jpg

  • SayItWithWookies

    The acknowledgment by the president’s eldest son that he intended to seek legal counsel after the meeting suggests that he knew, or at least suspected, that accepting potentially damaging information about a rival campaign from a foreign country raised thorny legal issues.

    You know, that reminds me of the time I questioned the legality of robbing a train, so me and the gang were sure to see a lawyer about it afterwards.

  • Nounverb911
  • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

    Again, their defense boils down to “He’s an idiot.”
    Some defense.

    • Msgr_MΩment

      Misspelled “a”.

  • Wolf Tracker

    Damn CNN keeps referring to Irma as a Nuclear hurricane.

    There is a fucking nuclear power plant in the path so probably more than a few people already scared without calling it a nuclear hurricane.

    • OutOfOrbit

      but the ratings!

    • JohnBull

      It beats the crap they pull in winter every time it snows more than 8 inches east of Indiana: “Snowmaggedon of the Century of the Week”

    • Courser_Resistance

      That’s a really crap choice of words with the second biggest titty-baby on Earth agitating to drop a nuke on us.

      I fully expect it to be called SuperStorm Irma at some point. Justifiably.

      • proudgrampa

        I think I heard that already on the Weather Channel.

        But yeah, poor choice of words for the other.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    He told investigators that working for his father’s campaign consumed his life. “I had never worked on a campaign before and it was an exhausting, all-encompassing, life-changing experience. Every single day I fielded dozens, if not hundreds, of emails and phone calls.”

    So you discovered that working for a living sucks, eh? Good to know!

    • Resistance Fighter Astraea

      I hope he didn’t silustain any injuries during all that hard labor.

      • Three Finger Salute

        Carpal tunnel syndrome?

    • Debbie the Unpaid Protester

      poor babby

    • Dozens if not hundreds of emails and phone calls? Like the amount that a high powered executive probably should have been fielding every goddamn day of their career, including weekends and on vacations?

      Hrmm…

      • Marion in Savannah

        But it was HARD for wee Donny. He’d never had to do anything like that before in his life.

      • Terpsichord

        I am what is considered middle management for a government agency and I average 124 emails PER DAY. And here I thought we “gubmint” types just weren’t qualified to be fake bazillionaires.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      “I had to work past 4 o’clock several times!”

      • Marion in Savannah

        That’s a bitch — especially when you have to start work by noon.

    • WeaselPoo

      I and a partner manned a corporate IT help desk supporting 4,000 campus employees plus some users from the UK, France Sweden South Africa and Australia. .
      We handled average 75 calls and 25 emails a day each and not once did we accidentally collude with Russians.

      • Marion in Savannah

        Well, but probably with Nazis, since there were Australians involved.

        • WeaselPoo

          Don’t judge me…I was economically anxious.

  • Scooby

    I was conflicted did I love it or did I love the shit out of it.

  • Daniel

    Why did he not just say it was locker room talk?

    • stubbornirishlass

      Boys will be boys. Traitors gonna treason. Whatcha gonna do?

  • IdiotsforPalin

    Isn’t just like a Trump to use stupidity as a defense……..

    • P’jama Pahnts

      Very few people know that colluding with Russian spies is not totally legal.

    • Nounverb911

      And he’s the “smart” one.

    • OutOfOrbit

      well in all honesty … fuckitty fuckfuck

  • Nounverb911

    OT
    Ahhrnold and DeVito announce a new remake of TWINS.
    https://twitter.com/NASA_SPoRT/status/905823643715989505

    • Courser_Resistance

      Big Mama Irma with her son, Jose

    • Mr. Blobfish

      Another illeagle immigrant trying to sneak across the border.

      • Courser_Resistance

        Wonder if Jose will qualify for DACA?

    • Permit-holder Ron

      ‘I warmed ’em up for you, now bring ’em home!’

  • There is literally no way one of the Democrats that will be questioning won’t “trick” him into admitting things. He’s just far, far too stupid to not fall for simple baiting.

    • Daniel

      “Did you collude?”
      “No.”
      “You know what fathers really respect in their sons? Colluding.”
      “I colluded all the time.”

    • Mr. Blobfish

      So you do admit that you didn’t do the thing we are not accusing you of?

      • Daniel

        “Can I have a pencil?”
        “…yes.”
        “And someone who knows how to, you know. To write.”
        “…OK.”

  • Mr. Blobfish

    This is why Daddy likes Jared better.

  • President in Exile Firefly

    I wonder why he didn’t go with Daddy’s excuse: “He’s a good boy.”

  • CutterTeam

    You know, most of us are able to get through life quite easily without having to defend ourselves against allegations of treason and sympathizing with Nazis. It’s really not that difficult.

    • Hemp Dogbane

      How about turning the framed family photos backward?

    • Finnibar87

      I’ve found it to be easy as pie, and I don’t even bake.

  • WeaselPoo

    Junior’s conflict: 8 o’clock with the Russians? Ummm I’ve getting my golf bat restrung at 8, I’d rather not blow the guy off he’s hard to get…..u huh. Proof hillary is shrill and also dying? No i think my golf bat is more important…what? Proof she’s stealing the electiom from herself witj a sex trafficking ring of illegal mexicans? I love it! Conflict resolved! 8 it is then!

    • OutOfOrbit

      “golf bat restrung” is a keeper

      • WeaselPoo

        Inspired by derp. Derp! It’s there whether you want it or not! Try derp today and every day!!

        • OutOfOrbit

          yeah! derp is not just for fappin now

  • Wolf Tracker

    Did Daddy Trumpbucks write that for him?

    • Rebel Scum with permit

      I think the attorneys for both agreed they would be jabbed in the butt with ketamine and locked in separate rooms.

    • Since he can’t read, it stands to reason that he can’t write. It’s possible that he shouted parts of it at an assistant..

  • mrFawkes

    Hey Don Jr, we have a Wonkette colloquilism that we love–go eat a bag of salted rat dicks.

  • IdRatherBeDancing

    Isn’t it “defies credulity” not “credibility” — Pandantic asshole (me) wants to know.

    • MrTusks

      “Defies credulity” is the commonly-used phrase, yes.

      cre·du·li·ty
      krəˈd(y)o͞olədē
      noun
      a tendency to be too ready to believe that something is real or true.

      So, to defy credulity is to challenge one’s tendency or capacity to believe in things. “Defies credibility” is kinda funky and would be technically correct (the best kind of correct) in certain usages, but not in this instance.

      • IdRatherBeDancing

        Well thank you! I thought so.

      • WeaselPoo

        Cromulent analysis old chap.

    • Daniel

      I’ve not heard “defies credulity” before. I wonder if this is a trans-Atlantic thing, as “defies credibility” is much more common this side.

      • Marion in Savannah

        America and England — two great nations separated by a common language.

    • laughingnome

      Don Jr. fought credulity and credibility lost.

  • President in Exile Firefly

    If he intended to seek legal counsel, maybe he could tell us when he met with his lawyer, what his lawyer’s advice was, etc.

    Swing and a miss.

  • Baconzgood

    “Depending on what, if any, information they had, I could then consult with counsel to make an informed decision as to whether to give it further consideration.”

    Now that is some good corp-speak. But I have to say it does lack the cenergistic out side the box top down intuitive philosophy as is expected of end users in this current market.

    (OH! And Baconzgood stuck the landing!)

    • WeaselPoo

      Could have used some more data driven vertical cross-platform integration heuristics for maximization of assets to achieve a trending penetratiom of dynamic interrealtionships.

  • Nounverb911
    • Wolf Tracker

      Is that bobble head of his dad on the desk?

    • Rebel Scum with permit

      Who does that? I’ve never seen that before, ever, and I must’ve seen a hundred desks with family photos

      • Marion in Savannah

        Are they even his family, or just the stock pix that come with frames?

        • Finnibar87

          Uday has five kids.

          He’s only good at donating sperm to a blond haired lady’s pussy.

          • Daniel

            Donating? You think he doesn’t charge?

          • Finnibar87

            I figure his wife doesn’t make him pay anymore.

      • LeftyProud

        I have heard of people having their family pictures facing out form their desk, but lord Jeebus, it is creepy when you see it done. .

        • grindstone

          Mine are facing out — from the credenza behind me, with the pictures backs to the wall. Nothing like this.

    • MrTusks

      Wait, he has one of those wraparound-overhead cabinet desk combos? Is he their paralegal or something?

    • Finnibar87

      Junior Idiot suffers from a severe case of Trump Mouth.

    • proudgrampa

      Bingo.

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      Nothing says: “I love my family” like staring at the back of their framed pictures.

      • Finnibar87

        Junior Idiot is proving he’s had sex with at least one lady.

        • Jeffery Campbell

          Nonsense, you buy anything with money. Even Ruskie adoptions.

    • NastyBossetti

      Is that one in the middle of the back row just… himself?!

    • OneWhiteWhisker

      That is so bizarre…I’ve been in plenty of offices for work and I’ve never seen anything like that. Just right smack in front, staring you down.

    • man damn he has no chin whatsoever.

  • Wee Mousie

    Donald Trump Jr. has the same stunned look on his face that can only be found elsewhere on the faces of Kewpie Dolls, minus the glitter and feathers.

    • C4TWOMAN

      I dunno…Eric can give him a run for his money.

      • Marion in Savannah

        Eric is more vacant than stunned.

  • Finnibar87

    Hey, look!

    There is more than one whiny little bitch in the Trump Crime Family.

  • Weird Fishes

    What I find flabbergasting is that he ever thought he would be in a position to render any kind of objective opinion, knowing full well the kind of man his father is, and thinking that his advice would be heeded.

    “Dad, I have bad news about Hillary. She really is that good, and neither you nor anyone else in your circle is fit to shine her shoes. Bow out gracefully now, Dad, save yourself amd your family the indignity of historically failing on the world’s biggest stage.”

    “Thanks, son. That’s good advice. I appreciate that.”

    That never happened, the fool.

  • Baconzgood

    I just want to say. And hear me out. Don’t Jr. saying “I love it” had NOTHING to do with Russia hacking. He just likes McDonalds.

    You buying that? If not…

  • BigCSouthside

    A guy who was working super hard to get a man elected who is obviously suffering some kind of mental degradation and is so incompetent he bankrupted multiple casinos is concerned about the “fitness and qualifications” of maybe the single most qualified person to ever run who was massively successful in public service for 30 years.

  • bbayliss

    I thought this might be worth reposting

    July 20th, 2017
    wrote this this morning, had to add #17 tonight
    a short history of ONE small aspect of this mess, the June 9th meeting :
    1. It did NOT happen
    2. OK it happened but we talked about adoption
    3. OK it was about Clinton, as the email said, but there was NO collusion
    4. Ok there may have been collusion, but it’s NOT a crime
    5. I knew NOTHING about it until I read it in the papers
    6. Ok maybe someone mentioned it in passing a while back
    7. There were 4 people at the meeting (that we said didn’t happen)
    8. Ok there were 5 people at the meeting that we said didn’t happen
    9. Ok there were 8 people at the meeting that didn’t happen, but they were all private citizens.
    10.Ok one of the people at the meeting had been in contact with the Russian state prosecutor, by her own admission. all the rest, private citizens.
    11. Private citizens who had NOTHING to do with Hacking.
    12. OK The alleged former Soviet intelligence officer who attended the meeting with top campaign officials last June was previously accused in federal and state courts of orchestrating an international hacking conspiracy. Akhmetshin told the Associated Press on Friday he accompanied Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya to the June 9, 2016, meeting with Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort.
    13. So what? “coulda been China” doing the hacking. It’s not like I had ANY connection to anyone at the meeting.
    14.Ok the eighth person at the meeting was Ike Kaveladze, is an executive at a Moscow-based property firm owned by Aras Agalarov, a business associate of mine accused of 1.4 billion in money laundering
    15. OK My business partner sent a representative from Russia, but it was just “politics as usual” except with a foreign government which ISN’T illegal.
    16..OK it’s illegal, but WHAT ABOUT HILLARY?
    17. How do pardons work?

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      7.1 It happened, but the Secret Service was okay with it.

      • Finnibar87

        Maybe it happened, but I dreamt the whole thing.

        • proudgrampa

          “I was taking cold medication at the time.”

          • Finnibar87

            I was with Dale Cooper, FBI, in that room with red curtains THE ENTIRE TIME.

            Time traveling was involved.

      • Les Appentis De la résistance

        It happened but Obama didn’t stop it.

    • Paul Dietzel

      Sideshow Bob: “Attempted murder,” now honestly, did they ever give anyone a Nobel prize for “attempted chemistry?”

    • crabbyj

      Ok…I admit it…I want to have your baby.

      17 lies, but to hear Republienablers tell it, it’s a “nothingburger”, ergo Trump is acquitted of all crimes, past, present, or in the future…”no need for further investigation!”

      • bbayliss

        I was just trying to keep up and make sense of a senseless story.
        I’d love another baby, but you’re too late, sorry.

  • Ron Spangler

    There is, of course, NO WAY that this statement was written without the involvement of President Dad.

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      Its incoherence, stupidity, obvious mendacity and general air of pathetic derp proves that.

      • Kiri the Unicorn

        A proud Trump family tradition!

    • Beanz&Berryz

      President Daddy, it sounds like, at least if Ivanka is talking…

      • Celtic_Gnome

        If Don, Jr. called him Daddy, do you think Donnie would backhand him and knock him down again?

        • Beanz&Berryz

          He likes his boys manly and his girls girlie…

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    Oh. Are we just ignoring his first excuse? You know, this one:

    Did I meet with people that were Russian? I’m sure, I’m sure I did… But none that were set up. None that I can think of at the moment. And certainly none that I was representing the campaign in any way, shape or form.

    • gratuitous

      Babyshits has since had a consultation with Newt Gingrich, who told him that overweening patriotism is an excuse for everything. Gingrich used it to explain why he was banging Wife #3 while he was still married to Wife #2: Long hours at the office (because he’s such a patriot) gave him a serious case of the blue balls, and only Callista was there to relieve the stress. Babyshits asked, “Really? That worked?” And Newt just smiled and said he’d gotten an annulment from the Pope himself so he could have his third marriage properly recognized by all the Catholics.

      If it’s good enough to fool the Pope, why not use the same excuse for colluding with the Russkies? I remember a time when conservatives really hated it when people got too cozy with the Kremlin; now they elect the whole misbegotten family to the presidency.

      • peteywheats

        “I remember a time when conservatives really hated it when people got too cozy with the Kremlin.”

        Oh, they still hate it, if that person is not a Republican. Can you imagine if ANYBODY even TANGENTIALLY connected to the Obama team EVER met with ANY Russian spies?

        • gratuitous

          You know how if you say a word over and over again, about 20 times, it loses its meaning? I’ve gotten to that point with the “Imagine if a Democrat did X.” No knock on your question, but I saw a report out today that Kkkris Kkkobach’s Voter Suppression Brigade is conducting its governmental business on private e-mail servers. I believe I will die of old age before I see any “outrage” about that on Fox. Well, or anywhere else, for that matter.

  • marxalot

    Dickwink misquotes himself, heroically manages not to fall into coma due to stupid.

  • proudgrampa

    Liar, liar.
    Pants on Fire.

    Fuckweasel.

    • Finnibar87

      I detest the Trump Crime Family.

      Which includes that Bodine, Jared.

  • Phoenixdoglover

    He’s a turd off the old anus, that one.

    • crabbyj

      No…just an ordinary dingleberry on a dog’s ass. He’d have yo work his way up to turd, and I doubt he could make it past, “Wet Fart” aka “Rolling the rectal dice and coming up snake eyes…wasn’t gas after all”

  • Kiri the Unicorn

    He was CONFLICTED. He was TROUBLED. He was HAUNTED and DISMAYED. Being approached by the Russians PERPLEXED him and sent him into a TIZZY. He was VERKLEMPT and DIED OF CONSUMPTION right there on his FAINTING COUCH.

    https://youtu.be/yO2n7QoyieM

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      Jr. “thinks” like he just spent three hours with his head jammed inside Bonzo’s kick drum during one of Zep’s legendary 1975 concerts.

    • Weird Fishes

      He’s the real victim here, can’t you see?

  • ariel_gee_398

    Has it been pointed out that if he wanted disqualifying info on the fitness and character of a presidential candidate, he just had to go to the weekly family Sunday dinner?

  • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

    Um…in general it’s a good idea to check with counsel BEFORE doing something you may think is illegal to, you know, find out stuff. Seeking counsel after doing something illegal is what you do when you need defending in court.

    • Les Appentis De la résistance

      Given his family history he probably didn’t know any different.

  • Professor Fate

    As my dad Liked to say – Boy are you dumb.

    • Notreelyhelping

      A barefoot ramble through that boy’s brainpan wouldn’t get your toes wet.

  • Randy Riddle

    Is Junior the one’s that’s the mouth-breather? Or is he the one with the permanently upturned nose? I can never tell them apart.

    • Jeffery Campbell

      Does it really matter?

    • Crystalclear12

      He’s the asshole. . . no, wait that didn’t help.
      He’s the dick. . . again didn’t really narrow it down.
      He’s the dumb one. . . shit, I see your point.

    • Jamoche

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OBiSNOumtU
      Eric is the one with the juice box – the one we originally thought was the stupider one. But he at least had the basic awareness of his utter uselessness to realize that if anyone was sending him email, it had to be fake.

  • Thiazin Red

    My favorite bit is how he intended to seek legal council, he just forgot or never got around to it or something.

    • Permit-holder Ron

      But he’d THOUGHT about it, which is exactly the same as doing it!

  • Bub, the cynical zombie

    If I went in after that boy’s brain, I’d come away with a mouthful of oily hair, a flap of scalp and real bad hunger pangs.

    • crabbyj

      LMAO! You win the interwebz Bub!

  • Bitter Scribe

    He’ll probably still get away with it.

  • Crystalclear12

    This is fine.
    Trump & Co. still think the Republicans are going to protect them now that Daddy has started working with the Democrats.

    Yeah. . . GOP invented witch burning in this country
    Good luck, Junior.

  • Johnny Appleseed

    Try on the orange Jumpsuit Junior.
    You’re lying like a common Trump! Leavenworth!!!

  • Jeffery Campbell

    It’s like Molly Ivins said: When stupid goes to $40 a barrel I want drilling rights on his head.

    • mary5920

      Molly would love to write about this crowd. That drilling quotation is awesome.

      • Jeffery Campbell

        Miss her every day. There is no fucking justice in a world where Molly Ivins is dead and war criminals Dick (Richard Bruce) Cheney and Henry A. (Heinz Alfred) Kissinger continue to prowl this earth.

        • mary5920

          I guess. But everyone passes eventually and in my view, they only take their soul/Self with them, to go through the Cosmic recycling center and continue the cycle of death and rebirth until they no longer have such dirty laundry. In the case of Richard Bruce and the other deplorables, they don’t really get away with anything. Next life won’t be so hot when they have to balance the scales. Molly will be in first rate condition.
          Believe this or not–we don’t need to talk about this now, we’ll take it up next lifetime ;-)

          • Jeffery Campbell

            As my good friend says: This life and one more….

  • notanncoulter

    are maybe the trump kidz what happens when conceived under the influence of ruffies?
    asking for a friend.

  • Zippy W Pinhead

    Good Lord, that is weapons grade dumb…

  • chiefkurtz
  • Chyron HR

    Summer treason
    Makes Junior feel fine
    Blowing through the chasm of his miiiind

    (With apologizes to the late Walter Becker.)

    (The joke is that’s not a Steely Dan song but I’m pretending to think it is.)

    • Dg Hacket

      Seals&Croft libel!!

  • Rick Hill

    “But, I was distraught about hiring that hitman. So you can see how innocent I am.”

    • Lefty Wright

      Hmmm. Per Junior, not distraught, conflicted. Conflicted is like when you forgot to return a library book and you try to weasel out of a two dollar fine. Distraught is when you wreck your pick up truck and it kills your best hunting dog, then you find out your insurance has lapsed.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    Before rushing to judgment I think we should first hear from Don Jr’s defense lawyer, Trey Gowdy.

    • GHERKINS OF RESTIVENESS!

      Oh no, did Chuck Grassley get You’re Fired™??!

  • Rick Hill

    If he considered not doing it then that surely changes everything!

    • JustDon’tSayDignity

      I considered not eating lunch. Does that mean I’m on a diet now?

  • WotsAllThisThen

    When I said “I love it!” I meant I love the fact that I’ll be able to say, “No thanks I’d rather not collude” to the Russians directly. So….. not guilty?

  • mary5920

    One of the new dumb reasons is patriotism (the Newt Gingrich explanation for why he had an affair–he just loved his country so much he had to boink that other woman)

  • goonemeritus

    He had a way better justification but unfortunately his dog ate it.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    Face it. He could take a big steaming dump on the committee table and Republicans would declare him exonerated.

    • Marsupial99

      But they would probably start calling him “Chuck”

  • JoeChristmas

    Maybe he waned to sell some MAGA caps?

  • MamaBrown

    No Trump has ever had to account to anyone for his or her actions. Painfully obvious since not one of them is any good at ass-covering. They think anyone with gladly accept any excuse, however lame and laughable.

  • Internet Hitler

    Gee, maybe he wanted to trick ’em and catch some spies in the act for USA! I love it.

  • JustDon’tSayDignity

    Agh! The Stupid! It buuuurrrnnnnnzzzzz…

  • GHERKINS OF RESTIVENESS!

    I’ts Not illeagal to feel CONFLICTED LIBTARS!!!1

  • whitroth

    Right. He was conflicted, but there’s no witnesses. That’s on par with W “serving” in TANG during ‘Nam.. but no one could remember him ever showing up for a year and a half.

    And of *course* he was all hot and bothered about the bouncy Russian babies. He especially wanted to get *real* close to the hot Russian babe in the meeting (was she named Natasha Fetale?).

    But, actually, I just diagnosed why the US is in such trouble: Trumplini, Trumpolini, Jr…we’ve got the DTs.

    • Queens Lawyer

      to be clear: there was never a question of whether gwb served in the TANG. He did. He did not complete his service, moved to Alabama(?) and claimed he completed his service there. thats where no one ever saw him. and there were no transfer papers or records of him serving there.

      • covfefesumgame0005

        DARN those drug tests!

  • Kurt Weil

    Robert Mueller is probably watching this in a hotel room with Paul Manafort. The lights are off. Manafort draws slowly on a cigarette. Mueller picks up the bottle of scotch he’s been pouring since the beginning of the testimony.

    MUELLER: Freshen that for you, Paul?
    MANAFORT: *rattles ice in glass, swigs, holds it out*
    MUELLER: You know, you can make this all stop. Any time you want.
    MANAFORT: *drains glass, holds it out again*
    MUELLER: *speaking as he pours* You’re in pain. I can see that. This is painful.
    MANAFORT: *silently crying*
    MUELLER: Say the word.
    MANAFORT: *whispering hoarsely* I want that fucker’s nuts.
    MUELLER: *pondering in silence* Everything’s on the table, Paul.

  • peteywheats

    To be fair, some of his complete idiocy may be from repeated head-punchings from 45.

  • The Librarian

    Hey, Don, Jr., Dipshits ‘R Us is having a sale on excuses this week!! They’re kind of old and stale, but fresher than anything you can think up.

  • lucidamente
    • Delu

      And they used it anyway.

  • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

    ““Depending on what, if any, information they had, I could then consult with counsel to make an informed decision as to whether to give it further consideration.”

    You’re not CLIENTING right Don Jr.

  • Marla

    Oh Donnie. You’ll love jail.

  • CafeenMan

    I would have gone with bowling excuses:

    “The sun was in my eyes!”
    “The wind was blowing too hard!”

    • La Cieca

      “I was on my period.”

  • Maybe

    Wouldn’t the average sane person have sought legal counsel BEFORE taking the meeting?

    Why is it I get the impression that Daddy is still helping Sonny with his excuses.

    • sgt. jmk of the résistance

      Wouldn’t the average sane person have had a lawyer in the room for the meeting?

      • Maybe

        Well, not if they were performing a criminal activity. Far better to just talk about having legal counsel than to actually have it.

        • sgt. jmk of the résistance

          Fair point.

  • Electric Ukulele Land

    “I did it because I am a patriot” is very Oliver North of him.

    • Rick Aucoin

      Wasn’t patriotism Newt’s reason for cheating on his wife?

  • snigsy

    Oh America, sometimes you’re fun ‘n stuff, sometimes you’re just plain weird.

  • Celtic_Gnome

    He was CONFLICTED. He was TROUBLED. He was HAUNTED and DISMAYED. Being approached by the Russians PERPLEXED him and sent him into a TIZZY. He was VERKLEMPT and DIED OF CONSUMPTION right there on his FAINTING COUCH.

    But was he concerned?

    • laineypc

      Were pearls clutched?

  • laineypc

    Wow I will have to remember the conflicted defense, should I ever get pulled up on felony charges. “I was very conflicted about taking a baseball bat to the windows at that Florida golf resort. I had many second thoughts. Many.”

  • blaid droog

    It’s easy to forget that this ugly walking talking cesspool also takes pleasure killing majestic animals. Animals that are much more worthy of life than that miserable sonofabitch or his goddamned brain dead father. In lieu of prison the whole family should be dumped in some jungle that’s inhospitable to white people. Then televised to watch them try to survive. Just another trump reality show.

  • Mike Steele

    Y’know, Evan, we just love this photo, as it looks just like startled hamster in viral meme.
    BTW, DJTjr, , you’ve hit the motherlode. What right-thinking, red-blooded American wouldn’t want to garner “facts” from Russia to insure that a dissipated, brain-dead candidate didn’t reach the Oval Office? hahahahahahaha….

  • DensityDestiny

    If he said he was conflicted about meeting with Veselnitskaya by name, that directly contradicts his earlier claim that he didn’t know who the contact was before the meeting. But that could just be the way the quote was worded.

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