Discussion: Kellyanne Conway: I'm 'Very Confident' Trump Is Not Breaking Any Laws

I’m very confident Trump is not breaking any Laws …
Because I’m a graduate of Trump U law school where they taught us all about lawyerin’ and stuff.
Gots me a de-ploma and all

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Oh, well that settles it, then. I’m glad we cleared that up. I mean, if Kellyanne, with all of her years of legal experience and from her position as a totally unbiased observer, says there’s nothing going on, well then, clearly, there’s nothing going on. No need for any reporters to dig further.

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Well since you said so I guess we’ll just wait until you tell us some law is being broken. Thanks for taking this burden on for the nation.

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Pull the string and out it comes…

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Actually she got her legal expertise from a box set of Allie MacBeal.

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She can’t con us. We don’t matter. What’s important is that the Trumpanzees all nod their heads saying or thinking: “She’s right, you know that don’t you?” To that extent every minute she’s on the air is a win.

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She’s an expert on the conflict-of-interest laws. And she has an impeccable reputation for honesty and frankness.

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“I’m very confident he’s not breaking any laws,” Conway said.

Except Article1, Section 9, Clause 8 of the Constitution, also known as the Emoluments Clause:

“No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State.”

Guess they didn’t teach Kellyanne about that at Trump U.

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The Emoluments clause of the Constitution says Trump can’t receive anything of value from a foreign government. Greasing the wheels to get a building permit sure sounds like it’s a value.

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Dear Kellyanne or KAC,
Do you see the similarity:

with this


who ended up like this because, well dear we know why:
and honey is the money, power, or fame worth going all the way to here? Please think of the children:

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Would these be the same “comfortable” legal counsel that gave the Chump the very bad news that he would be obliged to write a very large settlement check in order to avoid further humiliation in his Trump University scheme? One might wonder when comfort becomes incompetence.

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Is everyone familiar with the meme MRDA, for “Mandy Rice-Davies applies”? It’s a quick, easy, historically literate suggestion that a simple denial doesn’t necessarily settle the matter forever since guilty people have been known to deny their guilt. I’m thinking it’s gonna be goddamn handy for the foreseeable future.

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May be the worst person on planet earth , next to Trump.

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Trump Rex: “La Loi, c’est moi.”

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Meanwhile:

Just a reminder that these folks are business people and insofar as that is the case, they are predisposed to understand Trump and forgive him his trespasses.

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I am TIRED of this BS and it’s just begun. Ever since she came on she has used ‘Trust me’…‘Take my word for it’ or ‘I am very confident’…C’MON MEDIA. Do you freakin’ JOBS. I don’t CARE what this ‘person’ thinks. I don’t CARE what she ‘believes’. FIND OUT. RIGHT NOW.

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“I’m very confident he’s not breaking any laws,” Conway said.

In other words, he’s breaking a shitfest of laws.

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She has no clue. But gee whiz, if Mr. Trump says he isn’t breaking any laws, then he isn’t. Who cares what everyone else thinks?

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He’s a businessman; he is also working to transition. He’s the President-elect and, you know, we’re in unprecedented times."

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