Skip to comments.Trump rips Democrats ahead of testimony from 'sleazebag' Watergate lawyer
Posted on 06/09/2019 5:20:31 PM PDT by Libloather
President Trump on Sunday ripped Democrats ahead of testimony from John Dean, a former White House counsel for President Nixon who proved pivotal during the Watergate scandal.
"The Dems were devastated - after all this time and money spent ($40,000,000), the Mueller Report was a disaster for them," Trump tweeted Sunday evening.
"But they want a Redo, or Do Over. They are even bringing in @CNN sleazebag attorney John Dean. Sorry, no Do Overs - Go back to work!"
Democrats in the House Judiciary Committee will grill Dean on Monday in an attempt to to shine a spotlight on the unsavory details about Trumps conduct contained in special counsel Robert Muellers report.
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Grill my ass, he's a friendly and will deliver the delusions the RAT's are looking for.
Watergate Redux! The RATS are going back to the old playbook hoping for a Hail Mary play! So for a day at least the MSM will compare Trump to Nixon. Pathetic and a sure sign of their DESPERATION!
The books are short and flimsy on analysis and heavy on self righteous indignation. Now this man who should never be seen publicly gets to reprise his Watergate appearance. What sh*t.
Convicted felon, served time for obstruction of justice.
Architect of Watergate cover up and of the ITT scandal cover up before.
That John Dean?
Hard to believe that having Dean testify is a good idea. Wondering how much press coverage his “testimony” will get...
John Dean. Which timeline are we even on?
MR PRESIDENT, DEPLOY THE ARMY TO THE SOUTHERN BORDER FOR AS LONG AS THE CRISIS EXISTS AND UNTIL IT IS SOLVED BY THE NEEDED LEGISLATION.
Trying to connect Trump to Watergate ? LOL
In the back of my mind, I remember reading that the break-in at the Watergate also had something to do with retrieving files / information of an affair someone — John Dean, maybe — was having. Does that ring any bells? I may be confusing that with something else, but it seems that it was Watergate related.
Chaos on our souther border is a national emergency AGAIN. Troops would certainly divert the public’s attention from the stupid hearing in the committee.
What next? The Democrats ask Hillary to have a séance with the ghost of John Ehrlichman?
G. Gordon Liddy always had nice things to say about Jonn Dean.
What could John Dean possibly have to testify about the Mueller report?
It was his wife’s (girlfriend at the time) profile in a list of prostitutes in the Democrat headquarters that initiated the break-in at Watergate.
The obvious and only motive in bringing in Dean is to evoke “the Ghost of Watergate” and the “coverup,” as if they are analogous to the present situation. A stunt.
Thank you! I hadn’t read the whole thread before posting.(Who reads the WHOLE thread before posting?) So I’m not crazy. There was a connection between John Dean and a woman-not-his-wife.
"I told the President that there is a cancer on the presidency and he needed to have it removed..."
or maybe he'll defame a cabinet member with racial slurs like he did Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz:
Butz started by telling a dirty joke involving intercourse between a dog and a skunk. When the conversation turned to politics, (Entertainer Pat) Boone, a right-wing Republican, asked Butz why the party of Lincoln was not able to attract more blacks. The Secretary responded with a line so obscene and insulting to blacks that it forced him out of the Cabinet last week and jolted the whole Ford campaign. Butz said: "I'll tell you what the coloreds want. It's three things: first, (good sex); second, loose shoes; and third, a warm place to (defecate)."
IMO, Dean is the Kitty Kelley of Cabinet insiders and I would not take anything he says at face value.
Maureen Dean was not his wife yet when John Dean sent the plumbers into Democrat headquarters to retrieve the file that contained her profile.
She was listed with other prostitutes the DNC used to entertain bigwigs.
John Dean is still alive???? Will these people never die?
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