Trump Tweets “WINRED” for Thursday’s Open Thread

Trump Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

There are 25 days until the Iowa Caucus.

There are:

For Thursday the President has tweeted 10 times and retweeted 10 times.

The first campaign rally of 2020 will be held Thursday night, from Toledo, Ohio. So far the President has two more campaign rallies scheduled for January. The second rally is scheduled for January 14th, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The third rally is scheduled for January 28th, from Wildwood, New Jersey.

Question: If the state Republican parties have canceled primaries, what exactly is the point of having campaign rallies during primary season?

According to WinRed.com they are a “conduit PAC coupled with proven fundraising technology. The advanced lead optimization and donation platform increases engagement and maximizes your fundraising by leveraging a conservative ecosystem in the millions.”

Their Twitter bio tagline “They Act. We Win.”

He’s still Impeached. The Articles moving to the Senate are to determine if his Impeached actions require removal from power by the Senators.

Again, the House voted to Impeach, sending the Articles to the Senate is to determine his removal from office. End of day, he is an Impeached President, the third in our Country’s history.

Following the U.S. led drone strike that killed Iranian General Qassem Suleimani, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), announced that the House would move forward on a War Powers Resolution to limit President Trump’s military actions regarding Iran.

Freshman Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) posted the following tweets regarding the Resolution she entered to limit President Trump’s war powers.

CBS News reports that the vote is scheduled to take place in the House on Thursday afternoon.

Reuters reported on Wednesday that the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals “granted a stay pending the Trump administration’s appeal of a Dec. 10 decision by a federal judge that barred the funding transfer.”

Politico reported that the three-judge panel was “split along ideological lines, with two Republican appointees voting to temporarily set aside the injunction and the sole Democratic appointee dissenting.”

The two Judge’s Edith Jones, and Andrew Oldham, also said in their order that there was a “substantial likelihood,” that the Texas-based plaintiffs; the City of El Paso, and the Border Network for Human Rights-lacked legal standing to sue on the grounds that President Trump’s plan to spend $3.6 billion worth of military funds to build the wall violates appropriations limits imposed by Congress.

He deleted this tweet only to replace it.

It was left up long enough for the Twittersphere to have some fun.

Yeah, he’s curing cancer now.


It’s possible today the post is updated within reason. Maybe.

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