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Well, HE should know Trump can do no wrong
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Kellyanns husband says the Whitaker appointment is UNCONSTITUTIONAL

Hello:

https://www.newsweek.com/kellyanne-conway-husband-whitaker-unconstitutional-trump-1207649

excon

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It should be easy for you to show us in the Constitution then.

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It will never happen. When Excon says Constitutional it usually means not in the Constitution anywhere.

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excon(14618) Disputed
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It should be easy for you to show us in the Constitution then

Hello D:

I dunno what's so hard.. Read it again. Clearly, it's not ME who's saying the appointment is unconstitutional.. It's George Conway..

And, if you'd READ the link, it'll TELL you WHY he thinks so.. Dude!

excon

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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So duly named STUPOR STUPID LMMFAO !!!!! You don't KNOW shit BOY !!!!!!!!!!

September 17, 1787

This was the same place the Declaration of Independence was signed. The Constitution was written during the Philadelphia Convention—now known as the Constitutional Convention—which convened from May 25 to September 17, 1787. It was signed on September 17, 1787.

On this day in 1870, President Ulysses S. Grant signed into law a bill creating the Justice Department.

In the early years of the Republic, the attorney general of the United States, a position established by Congress in the Judiciary Act of 1789, was a part-time job held by a single individual. At one time, the attorney general gave legal advice to Congress and the president. But this practice had largely ended by 1819, as the workload of the attorney general and, by this time, his assistants, increased.

In 1867, in the aftermath of the Civil War, the House Judiciary Committee studied whether to set up a “law department” within the executive branch, headed by the attorney general and made up of the various departmental solicitors as well as U.S. attorneys.

On Feb. 19, 1868, Rep. William Lawrence (R-Ohio), the committee chairman, introduced a bill to create a Justice Department along these lines. But Lawrence’s measure failed — in part because Lawrence devoted much of his time to conducting impeachment proceedings against President Andrew Johnson.

Another bill, introduced by Rep. Thomas Jenckes (R-R.I.) on Feb. 25, 1870, fared better, winning approval in the House and the Senate.

https://www.politico.com/story/2011/06/justice-department-is-created-june-23-1870-057548

DUMB ASS you are NOT the CONSTITUTIONAL SCHOLAR you claim to be!!!!!!!! ROTFFLMMFAO !!!!!!!!

STUPOR STUPID being the business man you are then the math should be easy even for the BRAIN DEAD like you !!!!!!!! LMMFAO !!!!!!!!!

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Manwe(70) Disputed
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Read it again. Clearly, it's not ME who's saying the appointment is unconstitutional.. It's George Conway

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What's CRAZY about this site is that MOST of the debates are about the words someone WROTE.. I don't participate in those debates because they're STUPID.. What someone WROTE, is what they fucking WROTE..

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Manwe(70) Disputed
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It's George Conway

Never heard of him, so I assume he's not a Constitutional lawyer. I've read & listened to Constitutional lawyers. They say the opposite. Who would you guess I base my opinion on?

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Bronto(2003) Disputed
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Clearly, it's not ME who's saying the appointment is unconstitutional.

So is Mueller per the same standard. Interested in axing both? I'm in. I'll happily trade my pawn for your queen.

Side: Trump can do no wrong