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Discussion » Statements » Rosie's Corner » So how much is THIS flagrant EXTRAVAGANCE gonna cost us? The White House HIRED SEVENTEEN LAWYERS to lawyer for guess hoo?

So how much is THIS flagrant EXTRAVAGANCE gonna cost us? The White House HIRED SEVENTEEN LAWYERS to lawyer for guess hoo?

I read that including all of them he will have working for him about  FORTY (40) FORTY lawyers trying to keep his a** outta jail. How much do they charge per hour? How many BILLIONS will defending him cost us? As much as his wackadoodle border wall?

Posted - January 10

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  • 29218
    He is going to try and tie this up in court forever.   


    Good luck moron.



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    This post was edited by ADOLPH TRUMP at January 11, 2019 5:26 AM MST
      January 10, 2019 8:24 AM MST
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  • 56344
    "Basket of wet laundry" gives Pence way too much credit methinks. Laundry whether dirty or clean, dry or wet has a he** of a lot more personality and pizazz than doth the cipher Pence. Thank you for your thoughtful and informative reply Sharon. T'is a puzzlement to me of what goes on in the 'heads" of ultimatum boy supporters. You notice I do not say either "brain" or "mind" but "head". The outward holding tank for what most of us have inside..our minds/brains. Perhaps those holding tanks are all empty and that the beginning and end of the how and why explains his supporters. I don't know. I never will. :(
      January 11, 2019 5:30 AM MST
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