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WATCH: Trump’s Done With the BS, Absolutely UNLOADS on Mattis, Romney, & Europe

When you mess with the bull…

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President Trump is not happy with former Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

Not one bit.

It’s probably because of the way the general resigned, virtually calling out 45 for removing troops from Syria.

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During a cabinet meeting held in front of the cameras, Trump went off on Mattis and many others.

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On Mattis: “What’s he done for me? How’s he done in Afghanistan? Not too good. I’m not happy with what he’s done in Afghanistan. President Obama fired him and essentially so did I.

WATCH:

WOW!

Trump then laid into Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT), who recently went after Trump – see it at this link.

Trump on Europe:

Here’s everything and more on one longer YouTube video:

On Mattis’s differences in policies with Trump.

WATCH:

The mainstream media and liberals across the nation blamed Trump’s rhetoric for 12 Democrats being sent faulty “bombs” by a deranged maniac.

And yet, they largely ignore stories of Republicans (like Trump and Mattis) being sent letters containing ricin.

This isn’t the first time this has happened, either.

From Daily Wire:

A Utah man has been charged with sending a series of letters threatening to unleash the deadly poison ricin to President Donald Trump, Secretary of Defense James Mattis and several other top administration officials, CNN reports.

The man, a Navy veteran, reportedly confessed to law enforcement that he sent envelopes stuffed with the threatening letters and “ground up castor beans” (which can be turned into ricin if the poison is extracted correctly) “to the president, FBI director, secretary of Defense and the chief of Naval Operations,” according to the Salt Lake Tribune, but pleaded not guilty to “five counts of mailing threats to officers and employees of the US.”

The FBI says the man “knowingly threatened to use a biological agent and toxin, specifically ricin, as a weapon,” even though he was not successful in extracting any actual ricin from the castor beans. He did confess to purchasing the beans and having sent the letters, according to the FBI’s probable cause statement that accompanied the charges.

The suspect had been known to law enforcement: “According to Utah court records, in 2005, he was convicted on two counts of 3rd degree felony child abuse, a case that involved accusations of child-sex abuse of two girls. In 2008, [he] was convicted of attempted aggravated assault. He was released from prison in 2011.”

CNN’s Jim Acosta also bashed Trump’s rhetoric as the reason why multiple Democrats were targeted by Cesar Sayoc.

Enter Acosta:

Jim’s tweet didn’t sit well with Donald Trump Jr., who was a victim of a ricin attack earlier in the year:

Here’s what Trump Jr. is talking about, per Daily Wire:

Trump Jr. was referring to February 2018, when he and his family were allegedly targeted by someone who sent to their home an envelope containing white powder. Trump Jr.’s wife, Vanessa Trump, opened the envelope at the couple’s Manhattan apartment, then was taken to the hospital as a precaution, according to New York City police; two other people exposed to the powder were taken to New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center. A hazmat crew arrived and began decontamination procedures shortly after the incident; the powder was later found to be non-hazardous.

Leftists feared that Russians meddled in the 2016 presidential election to help candidate Donald Trump.

Two years later and there’s still no proof. However, Russia did attempt to mess with America’s elections and have for some time.

Secretary of Defense Mattis drops a big accusation against Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding the recent midterm elections…

Defense Secretary James Mattis said Saturday that Russian operatives attempted to interfere in the 2018 midterm elections, apparently confirming for the first time that Moscow attempted to meddle in last month’s elections.

Mattis: “There is no doubt the relationship has worsened. He tried again to muck around in our elections this last month. We are seeing a continued effort around those lines.

He added, “This is a very complex situation because clearly Mr. Putin is a slow learner. He is not recognizing that what he is doing is actually creating the animosity against his people.

We’re dealing with someone we simply cannot trust.

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Donald Trump Jr. Shares His Thoughts On First Day Of Impeachment Hearings: ‘I’ve Never Seen Anything More Ridiculous’

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Donald Trump Jr. was not at all impressed with the first day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry against his dad, President Donald Trump, noting that he’s “never seen anything more ridiculous.” The first day of hearings wrapped up without a single drop of new major revelations. Speaking on “Hannity,” Trump Jr. noted that while nothing major was revealed, the whole day showcased the weakness of the case Democrats have against his father. Here’s more from Fox News: “You see exactly what America voted against in 2016, career government bureaucrats doing their thing,” the executive vice president of the Trump Organization said. “Everything was hearsay, ‘I heard it from a friend, who heard it from a friend, how heard it from a friend.’ I’m saying, ‘this is a joke.’” At one point in Wednesday’s hearing, Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Ill., even appeared to embrace hearsay testimony, claiming that “hearsay can be much better evidence than direct” and that “countless people have been convicted on hearsay because the courts have routinely allowed and created, needed exceptions to hearsay.” It was unclear which of those limited exceptions would apply to Wednesday’s testimony — and whether Quigley’s argument would persuade critical swing-vote Democrats. Trump commented on Quigley’s statements telling Sean Hannity, “Then I heard the Democrats, and this is when you realize how bad or, frankly, nonexistent their case is, ‘well hearsay is often times much better than regular evidence.’ I’m saying, ‘did that guy say that with a straight face?’” Trump then went on to compare Quigley’s comments to “the telephone game we learned about in kindergarten.” “So it’s better to have heard it from a friend who heard it from a friend who heard it from a friend than to have heard it with your own ears? I mean that’s the…

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