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There's an unexplored precedent for you. If a former president is sent to prison, what happens to the Secret Service protection? Even without becoming president, someone like Trump would be far to notable to be allowed in the general population.
 
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There's an unexplored precedent for you. If a former president is sent to prison, what happens to the Secret Service protection? Even without becoming president, someone like Trump would be far to notable to be allowed in the general population.
It's almost certain that they'd keep him on an military base or in a military prison in isolation short-term and then actually construct a facility JUST for this or add a wing onto an existing military prison. The potential for state secrets to be spilled is just too severe to risk putting a president in with the general population.

But hey... they'll probably name it after him: the Trump Presidential Super-Max Center.
 
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Where is that political cartoon that showed him next to an endless conveyor shaking hands with people and then stabbing them in the back as they went by?

—Patrick
 
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It's almost certain that they'd keep him on an military base or in a military prison in isolation short-term and then actually construct a facility JUST for this or add a wing onto an existing military prison. The potential for state secrets to be spilled is just too severe to risk putting a president in with the general population.

But hey... they'll probably name it after him: the Trump Presidential Super-Max Center.
So he will get his wall, 4 walls even, after all?
 
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I’m pretty sure we could put together an international coalition of the willing.
Fuck that shit. We've been through that deja vu before. If we build the cell for you, you'll go dig up Saddam Hussein and put him there, forgetting all about Donald bin Trump.
 
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I would just like to remind everyone that the House can initiate impeachment but the very Republican Senate would oversee the actual process. And a conviction requires a 2/3 majority of the Senate.

So this still isn’t going to amount to shit while all these “Party Before Country” Republicans control the Senate.
 
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Saturday, cheeto named his NEW chief of staff to replace his old CoS.

Sunday, his NEW chief of staff quit politics entirely.
 
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Well to me he's coming off as the smartest guy in the whole administration. Had a great quiet two years with Pence, then called up to cheeto, and goes NOPE!
 

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Is Dolt45 going to find anyone willing to take the Chief of Staff position? No one with any sense of self preservation is going to take that role.
 
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Is Dolt45 going to find anyone willing to take the Chief of Staff position? No one with any sense of self preservation is going to take that role.
I'm sure there's some dim-witted sycophant desperate enough to take the role.

Just no one worth a damn who's going to go on that suicide mission.
 

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What are we up against, folks?

When asked about the allegations about Trump, Orrin Hatch responded, "I don't care."

There was more to it than that, of course. He said anything could be made illegal under the new congress and that we should judge him on the economy and not whether he broke any laws.

Really.
 
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