I want a bumper sticker to rub it into the faces of the TRUMP people that simply
reads:"Think, What IF this was Pres. Hillary?"
LOL! Good luck with that. His tendency to be impulsive and braggy about the
world at his fingertips is off the chart. He is a bully little kid bragging
about and showing off his "classified information" toys, to another
I watched FOX last night and they tried to spin this as no big thing, but I
guarantee you if Hilary did it they would be crying for her resignation. Revealing information can put our operatives in the field in danger.
This is very serious.
I have questioned CS on many issues.I admire his first baby steps
toward sort of, kind of, well maybe actually admonishing djt.Thank
@patriot"I fear for the future of this country -- the level of
corruption is insane."Yeah, the massive amounts of financial
conflicts of interest, nepotism, hypocrisy, trying to bury investigations, and
oh wait never mind, whatever Trump does is okay.
@patriot"and Hillary Clinton could just use a private server in a
bathroom with no security FULL of classified intel that we already know that
Russia hacked into"Does perpetuating a false statement magically
make it true eventually?From Director Comey's testimony:"With respect to potential computer intrusion by hostile actors, we did
not find direct evidence that Secretary Clinton’s personal e-mail domain,
in its various configurations since 2009, was successfully hacked" - james
comeyComey did mention it was possible, but that's not the
claim you're perpetuating now.
@Herbert GravyBarack Obama is an incredibly intelligent,
hard-working, conscientious, politically moderate, Harvard-educated
Constitutional scholar. He was eminently qualified to be president.In contrast, Trump has some serious psychological issues with narcissism,
controlling his impulses, concentrating, and in general acting like an adult.
I'm positive that if he were being psychologically evaluated for a position
with the FBI, he would be denied the job because he simply doesn't have the
temperament to be trusted with classified information.
@mightyhunterhaha "First off Trump broke no laws. Second it is he judgement
what to share with other governments."That this combination
might be a problem never crossed our minds until Republicans nominated Trump as
their presidential candidate America has 240+ years of successful
separation of powers, and the modern Executive Branch is vast, complex, and
powerful. As such, a U.S. President has significant discretion in when/how he
or she exercises the power of the office. Few if any criminal statutes
constrain the vast majority of those big and small decisions.Until
Trump, we not-unreasonably assumed that a candidate that survived the winnowing
of a national party primary could be trusted with the baseline judgment and
maturity upon which this discretion depends.The WH insiders who
spent yesterday denying this release even occurred are now providing what seems
a truer but more disturbing assurance. Specifically, Trump's lack of sound
judgment is irrelevant if his lack of interest, intellect, and attention-span
ensures he simply lacks any knowledge of any value for use by any enemy. Cold
comfort if you have any expectation for competent leadership of America.
@marxistSorry, but Donald Trump is much for "fit" to be
President than Barack Obama ever was.😁
@patriot ".....and Hillary Clinton could just use a private server in a
bathroom with no security FULL of classified intel that we already know that
Russia hacked into....but that's just fine. "Please
understand there are many of us on the real left who get it: in large part we
have President Trump because a very corrupt DNC tried to force Hillary Clinton
down our throats with a very corrupt campaign. But the Trump crisis
persists. This man is not fit to be president. We must deal with this NOW.
This is like telling your 10-year old that he really should come to a full stop
at the stop sign at the end of the street.The advice itself is not
unreasonable, and in fact, something every driver should know and practice.The problem is in not recognizing how/why this conversation should not
even be happening.
...and Hillary Clinton could just use a private server in a bathroom with no
security FULL of classified intel that we already know that Russia hacked
into....but that's just fine. I fear for the future of this country -- the
level of corruption is insane.
We have politicians who created a twenty trillion dollar national debt, and a
huge American welfare state.The problems of America were not caused
by Donald Trump. He's done his part by supplying tens of thousands jobs
prior to becoming president..Please My Steward! Save your advice
for someone else. Trump's level of intelligence is higher then his critics.
@mightyhunterhaha "First off Trump broke no laws. Second it is he (sic)
judgement what to share with other governments. "This is a true
statement, but that is not the main point. The main point is: Is Trump
rational? Does he know what he's doing? Does he know truth from
falsehood? Can he be trusted with the nuke football?The answer -
urgently - is NO!
Had a Democratic president done what Trump is alleged to have done, every single
federal Utah elected official would be calling for heads to roll, beginning with
the president. But since he's a party guy, he should probably "be more
careful". Has a week gone by without some sort of ethical
"challenge" in this admimistration? Enough already.
First off Trump broke no laws. Second it is he judgement what to share with
other governments. Stewart needs to mind his own business. Obama, Bush, Clinton
may have shared things other other governments and we will never know. Why
because some traitor in the government did go running to the media. Hillary when
she allow top secret information on personal e-m ail was not the president. Top
secret information is shared with other governments ALL the time. look at
history. Once again this is the President's call. Not congress, not the
media and definitely not traitors in the government.
"Chris Stewart says Trump needs to be careful with classified
information"Gee. Thanks Mr. Stewart for stating the blatantly
obvious.Perhaps you can make some of the following obvious public
statements about our current POTUS."trump shouldn't walk
into beauty pageant changing rooms""Trump shouldn't be making
profit from his secret service protection""Trump shouldn't
enrich himself off the backs of taxpayers""Trump shouldn't
set records for signing executive orders""Trump shouldn't
make weekly golf trips to his resorts"Or, alternately, Stewart
could actually do something to prevent any/all of this Trump blunders.
Well, I presume all he needs to do is follow Hillary Clinton's example of
how to treat classified information.The hysteria over this issue is
downright laughable 😁
I read Stewart's words differently.Just a couple of months, it
seems Stewart might be saying "the President can de-classify information at
any time, therefore - by definition - there's no comprising of information
going on here".Now Stewart is (mildly) admonishing Trump.
That's an enormous shift.Stewart is about as well insulated
from Trump shenanigans any Republican could hope to be, but if Trump starts
flirting with approval ratings in the mid to low 30s, it could impact even
A clear candidate for understatement of the year. I am thoroughly
impressed by the strong leadership exhibited by Utah's congressional
Stewart should be careful about a lot of things..
Ya think? He and our entire Utah delegation should be shouting for the president
to be disciplined in his speech and behavior, which will never happen, not by
Trump or our "representatives". As mentioned before, if this were
Hillary, Republicans would be hopping mad and demanding an investigation. Our
esteemed Senator Hatch said that Trump's behavior wasn't that bad. It
takes REAL leaders, like John McCain, to sound the alarm. Grow a backbone, Mr.
Stewart is a piece of work. Had this been a Democrat, he would have been
calling for impeachment. He made a video ab out Hillary Clinton, and the worst
she could be accused of is carelessness. Trump's disclosure was open and
blatant, directly to the highest level, in the Oval Office, and U.S. media was
excluded while Russian media was present. This is mind-boggling, and Stewart is
"Be more careful, Don...." It makes me want to hurl.
I think we are waiting for Trump to hit his stride and run smoothly, but that
does not appear to be happening. He seems to take one step forward and two
back. I sure hope he and his administration can get a handle on things because
I cannot watch the news if all they ever talk about is his most recent blunder.
Chris Stewart, Republican Representative, said "this president needs to be
more careful". Clearly, Trump is making his own party nervous. Is this supposed to be a surprise. Republicans got what they asked for! Disclaimer: I am a registered Republican, but did not vote for Trump
(or Hillary).It is probably true that Trump can share whatever he
wants as president and it isn't breaking the law. But that doesn't
mean it's not foolish of him to share some types of intel with foreign
governments. Would Trump win if the election were held tomorrow? I
think there are many independents who would switch their vote.
And as a former Air Force officer Mr. Stewart, wouldn't it make you a bit
nervous if your president was sharing classified information with an enemy and
YOUR life was being jeopardized?
"Needs to be more careful??" "Something Inappropriate hasn't
happened yet?"Why isn't he standing in front of the white house
right now leading the 'lock him up' chant, along with the rest of
Congress? Where are they? They need to do something about this, and denial
Rep. Chris Stewart says Trump needs to be careful with classified information===== Chris Stewart needs to grow a SPINE and show some
integrity!Does ANYONE seriously believe for one split second that IF
this was Hillary Clinton he'd be tip-toeing around and coddling this a
simply stating e - 'the President needs to be more careful'?!Makes me want to puke!I reckon not all "Mormons" - such as
my close neighbor Mr. Stewart - aren't even trying to be
"honest" or "seek the Truth" anymore since this election.It's now - Party of Principles!