New details about Trump-McCarthy shouting match show Trump refused to call off the rioters

They’re also saying that they failed to do their job because they didn’t do all the proper investigations, but also, that it’s too late because Trump is a private citizen now. How many times has the US played a hand in government uprisings and the such in other countries? And now when someone attempts it in the US, some people think it’s totally fine, the US has free speech so anything a politician (they tried to argue today that politicians have more free speech than civilians) says is totally fine and protected no matter how harsh because politicians needs to be harsh. It’s crazy. And as already seen, the rest of the world has lowered their views of the US even lower (lower than after we elected this guy in the first place). So we’ll for the US being the role model everyone looks up to.

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