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  1. None of this is news. Anyone Trumpturd associates with is corrupt. Show me your friends, I’ll tell you what you are. No surprise.

  2. "Win at any cost" seems to be the Motto of the GOP. Even if it costs both their integrity and our democracy. It makes perfect sense for the GOP to have supported Hunter and Collins for another term in Congress and the GOP is behind tRump FOR THE SAME REASON. If the one and only reason tRump is not currently in jail is because of the protection from indictment afforded him through his unique position as "sitting President", then tRump IS a felon and the GOP is attempting to run yet ANOTHER felon for a 2nd concurrent term as President. When's the last time a felon was allowed to run for PRESIDENT? If tRump's world cannot exist when the Rule of Law is enforced – THEN ENFORCE IT.

  3. So to win you have to be a Straight white male (rarely a female that supports that), you have to say you are a Christian and say you care about white concerns (you have to use the right code words here but I just cut to the upshot) and hate thugs (aka black people) and how they are keeping you down (though alternatively you can talk about the boarder issue as that says you hate anyone from
    nations to our south for your racism quota). Now if you do that you can be a criminal, have as many affairs as you like and make sure those same poor white people never get ahead. And get re-elected!

    This is not news in the conservative (currently Republican) Party. After all the South never caught on …why should people start getting smart and demanding good effective leadership now!

  4. That is ho American's ant Putins shoos for their Predident..
    The most emberecing human being in the world
    Chame on us..American's

  5. Can't wait until trump gets his felony indictment which will lead to convictions. đŸ‘đŸ»đŸ‘đŸ»đŸ™„ Does anyone notice that trump's entire circle is being indicated and convictedđŸ€”đŸ€”đŸ€”hummmmmmm!

  6. Here it is explained for all of us from the John Birch Society It's enlightening https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSonDpS560o&feature=em-uploademail

  7. the dems and republicans that go to washington and make around 200,000 a year and become multi millionaires should be jailed ! i don't care what party you are , they are all lawyers and are all doing it ! and they all should be looked at

  8. Do you think there’s more to America than NY. DC qnd California?
    Trump cares for the people not Wall Street. Big banks Hollywood

  9. There hasn't been a decent Presidential candidate since 2012.
    The Republican field in 2016 was all crap, Trump had no real competition. Ted Cruz? Seriously??
    Same can be said about the Democratic 2020 field…

  10. These 2 are an excellent example of a Party backing up CRIMINALS to become elected. And of course, they cover and look after each other, crime over COUNTRY.

  11. ATTENTION ALL CURRENT AND PENDING FELONS !!!!! Congress has PLENTY of opportunities for you! Keep your felon status while relentlessly continuing your pursuit of reprehensible and shameless notoriety and steal- ER, MAKE MONEY AT THE SAME TIME!!! Be that pillar in the community we all look up to for moral guidance and wisdom. PB

  12. These people re-elected them because they didn't believe the charges since they bought the partisan argument. Now if they listen to the news at all they get to know these men they elected were guilty of serious crimes and are going to jail. Wonder what these voters think now?

  13. GREETINGS FROM MEXICO!!! LISTEN TO ME PEOPLE!!! THE LOUSY,STINKIN,FILTHY DEMOCRATS WANT TO DESTROY THE U.S.A!!! THEY WANT TO GIVE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS FREE HEALTHCARE INSTEAD OF REAL AMERICANS!! MY FRIEND TRUMP IS FOR THE U.S.A!!

  14. GREETINGS FROM MEXICO!!! PEOPLE DON'T LISTEN TO THE LOUSY,STINKIN,FILTHY DEMOCRATS!! THEY WANT TO DESTROY THE U.S.A!! THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT THE U.S.A!! MY FRIEND TRUMP DOES!! TRUMP 2020!! GLORY TO MY JESUS!!

  15. More than ofter only crooked man attracts another crooked man. Despite the daily screaming, the laws and times will prove who's in what side of the story.

  16. Careful everyone…..
    This GOP is riddled with UNEDUCATED PEOPLE. If they day something incredibly immature ,predjudiced ,and viscious you had better let them know that they are righteously indignant as thinking people don't show interest in thier vacuity. Dooyhe them cheer with them . Be AWOKE !

  17. Some people pull the lever and ask themselves if they are wasting their vote. The people that reelected these criminals wasted the vote of all the people who didn't vote for them.

  18. LOL! this is so awful I can't help but laugh. Goodfellas (gangsters) can ID each other pretty quickly. These guys could smell how corrupt trump was without even meeting him.

    Interesting that both Hunter and Collins blame their problems on a, "partisan witch hunt". Do republicans get trained to say this when they join the party? Most of the time when you get arrested it's because you are guilty of breaking the law and no witch hunt is required.

  19. I'm voting for Bernie Sanders because he is the only candidate that are using words that we need to hear words like radical and revolution…. Sanders2020

    P.S. My Healthcare premiums are $5 less than my rent for my apartment…..

  20. They already tried that Russian Collusion thing for 2 years didn't stick then it was Ukraine that didn't work now its witness intimidation maybe that will work

  21. The two party system is no longer working we need a third big party or some tougher rules . Maybe relinquish party upon election

  22. Guess who are the next two pardons waiting in the WH….? 54 will show his appreciation for his congressional endorsements…

  23. Rachel, Rachel, Rachel! You mad cow you! A cow has three stomachs. That's two more than you have unequally in brain cells.

  24. The downswing is still going on. Earlier was all better – at least for the German Social Democrats(SPD)!
    Published author: Albrecht Meier, Andrea Dernbach — 3 hours ago
    In almost all the countries it goes down the hill of the Social Democrats.
    The crisis of the SPD is no exception in Europe. This is only about two
    decades ago, when the Social Democracy stands above all in Western
    Europe in the zenith of their power. In Germany, Gerhard Schröder, in
    the United Kingdom, ruled by Labor President Tony Blair, and in France
    the Socialist Lionel Jospin was Prime Minister.

    In the last years, the trend was already reversing. The dissolution of
    the milieus, a shrinking working class and a sinking influence of the
    unions make foremost parties to work that call themselves socialist or
    social democratic. In almost all EU states, it goes down with it.
    . — Review:
    France:
    In France, a decline in the socialists was observed in the past decade,
    reminiscent of the infirmity of the SPD in Germany. Although the
    socialist François Hollande succeeded in conquering the highest state
    office in the Elysée Palace between 2012 and 2017, his party was always
    in a state of friction over the course. Thus, the globalization critic
    Arnaud Montebourg as Minister of Economic Affairs regularly laid down
    with his boss, the party-owning Prime Minister Manuel Valls.

    There are parallels to the current dispute in the SPD between opponents
    and supporters of Groko draw. In the presidential election of 2017, the
    party left in the camp of Socialists sent their candidate BenoĂźt Hamon
    into the race. His proposals – such as an unconditional basic income –
    were, however, not a majority: Hamon reached just a vote share of 6.4
    percent and retired after the first round.

    French President Emmanuel Macron, who won the election in the second
    ballot at that time, benefited from the fact that the French of the
    well-known party system had become tired of the long-term presence of
    conservatives and socialists. However, the socialists in France are not
    yet completely written off. In the forthcoming local elections in March,
    they hope for success in cities such as Paris, Lille and Rennes.

    Great Britain:
    Jeremy Corbyn came to the head of the Labor Party four years ago, and
    has been in opposition since 2010. Above all, young party supporters
    initially inspired the link course Corbyns, who made demands such as the
    nationalization of the railway. According to Marc Debus, a professor of
    politics at the University of Mannheim, Corbyn's assumption of the
    party chairmanship was a direct reaction to the "New Labor" policy of
    former Prime Minister Tony Blair.

    "Corbyn has killed the moderate party wing," says Debus. However, he
    doubts that Corbyn's policy in the United Kingdom is in fact majority.
    Although there is still a comparatively strong class consciousness in
    the UK. "But even in the UK, society has diversified, and Corbyn's
    course is often perceived as too radical in the political arena that has
    grown over time," said Debus.

    A look at Labor poll numbers in recent years confirms the analysis.
    After the party had come in the lower house election 2015, only a
    disappointing 31 percent, took over Corbyn the helm. In the following
    general election in 2017, he actually managed to land with a score of 40
    percent just behind

    However, Corbyn's party is far from that in the latest polls: a good
    week before the parliamentary election does not look like the party can
    repeat its 2017 success – especially among young voters, Corbyn's appeal
    has since waned.

    Netherlands:
    The example of the Dutch Social Democrats shows that things can go up
    again once the bottom has been reached. In the last parliamentary
    election in 2017, the Partij van de Arbeit (PvdA), which four times
    after the Second World War, the Prime Minister, just came to seventh
    place. The party achieved a puny vote share of 5.7 percent.
    But in the European elections last May, the Social Democrats recovered again and came to 19 percent.
    To make this comeback possible, the PvdA did not even have to swap its
    chairman. As was the case with the disastrous parliamentary elections of
    2017, former Vice-Prime Minister Lodewijk Asscher leads the party
    today. The success of the PvdA in the European elections also had to do
    with the fact that at that time the Dutchman Frans Timmermans was the
    leading candidate of the social-democratic European party family.
    But even the pragmatic course of party leader Asscher is paying off in
    the meantime. As an opposition party, the PvdA does not oppose
    cooperation with other left-wing parties such as the Socialist Party. In
    addition, the Dutch Social Democrats are focusing more on individual
    topics such as the fight against climate change than in the past.

    Spain:
    Charisma can be decisive – this lesson applies to the Spanish Social
    Democrats, who have been Prime Minister for over a year with Pedro
    Sanchez. The 47-year-old, who has the image of the "perfect son-in-law",
    not only leads the socialist PSOE, but also a government that is,
    however, on shaky legs.

    At the last general election in November – the fourth in four years –
    the PSOE remained strongest in light losses. The task of forming a
    government is made more difficult for Sanchez by the fact that in Spain,
    as in many other EU countries, the Podemos party has created an
    alternative left to the Social Democrats.

  25. The downswing is still going on. Earlier was all better – at least for the German Social Democrats(SPD)!
    Published author: Albrecht Meier, Andrea Dernbach — 3 hours ago
    In almost all the countries it goes down the hill of the Social Democrats.
    The crisis of the SPD is no exception in Europe. This is only about two
    decades ago, when the Social Democracy stands above all in Western
    Europe in the zenith of their power. In Germany, Gerhard Schröder, in
    the United Kingdom, ruled by Labor President Tony Blair, and in France
    the Socialist Lionel Jospin was Prime Minister.

    In the last years, the trend was already reversing. The dissolution of
    the milieus, a shrinking working class and a sinking influence of the
    unions make foremost parties to work that call themselves socialist or
    social democratic. In almost all EU states, it goes down with it.
    . — Review:
    France:
    In France, a decline in the socialists was observed in the past decade,
    reminiscent of the infirmity of the SPD in Germany. Although the
    socialist François Hollande succeeded in conquering the highest state
    office in the Elysée Palace between 2012 and 2017, his party was always
    in a state of friction over the course. Thus, the globalization critic
    Arnaud Montebourg as Minister of Economic Affairs regularly laid down
    with his boss, the party-owning Prime Minister Manuel Valls.

    There are parallels to the current dispute in the SPD between opponents
    and supporters of Groko draw. In the presidential election of 2017, the
    party left in the camp of Socialists sent their candidate BenoĂźt Hamon
    into the race. His proposals – such as an unconditional basic income –
    were, however, not a majority: Hamon reached just a vote share of 6.4
    percent and retired after the first round.

    French President Emmanuel Macron, who won the election in the second
    ballot at that time, benefited from the fact that the French of the
    well-known party system had become tired of the long-term presence of
    conservatives and socialists. However, the socialists in France are not
    yet completely written off. In the forthcoming local elections in March,
    they hope for success in cities such as Paris, Lille and Rennes.

    Great Britain:
    Jeremy Corbyn came to the head of the Labor Party four years ago, and
    has been in opposition since 2010. Above all, young party supporters
    initially inspired the link course Corbyns, who made demands such as the
    nationalization of the railway. According to Marc Debus, a professor of
    politics at the University of Mannheim, Corbyn's assumption of the
    party chairmanship was a direct reaction to the "New Labor" policy of
    former Prime Minister Tony Blair.

    "Corbyn has killed the moderate party wing," says Debus. However, he
    doubts that Corbyn's policy in the United Kingdom is in fact majority.
    Although there is still a comparatively strong class consciousness in
    the UK. "But even in the UK, society has diversified, and Corbyn's
    course is often perceived as too radical in the political arena that has
    grown over time," said Debus.

    A look at Labor poll numbers in recent years confirms the analysis.
    After the party had come in the lower house election 2015, only a
    disappointing 31 percent, took over Corbyn the helm. In the following
    general election in 2017, he actually managed to land with a score of 40
    percent just behind

    However, Corbyn's party is far from that in the latest polls: a good
    week before the parliamentary election does not look like the party can
    repeat its 2017 success – especially among young voters, Corbyn's appeal
    has since waned.

    Netherlands:
    The example of the Dutch Social Democrats shows that things can go up
    again once the bottom has been reached. In the last parliamentary
    election in 2017, the Partij van de Arbeit (PvdA), which four times
    after the Second World War, the Prime Minister, just came to seventh
    place. The party achieved a puny vote share of 5.7 percent.
    But in the European elections last May, the Social Democrats recovered again and came to 19 percent.
    To make this comeback possible, the PvdA did not even have to swap its
    chairman. As was the case with the disastrous parliamentary elections of
    2017, former Vice-Prime Minister Lodewijk Asscher leads the party
    today. The success of the PvdA in the European elections also had to do
    with the fact that at that time the Dutchman Frans Timmermans was the
    leading candidate of the social-democratic European party family.
    But even the pragmatic course of party leader Asscher is paying off in
    the meantime. As an opposition party, the PvdA does not oppose
    cooperation with other left-wing parties such as the Socialist Party. In
    addition, the Dutch Social Democrats are focusing more on individual
    topics such as the fight against climate change than in the past.

    Spain:
    Charisma can be decisive – this lesson applies to the Spanish Social
    Democrats, who have been Prime Minister for over a year with Pedro
    Sanchez. The 47-year-old, who has the image of the "perfect son-in-law",
    not only leads the socialist PSOE, but also a government that is,
    however, on shaky legs.

    At the last general election in November – the fourth in four years –
    the PSOE remained strongest in light losses. The task of forming a
    government is made more difficult for Sanchez by the fact that in Spain,
    as in many other EU countries, the Podemos party has created an
    alternative left to the Social Democrats.

  26. The downswing is still going on. Earlier was all better – at least for the German Social Democrats(SPD)!
    Published author: Albrecht Meier, Andrea Dernbach — 3 hours ago
    In almost all the countries it goes down the hill of the Social Democrats.
    The crisis of the SPD is no exception in Europe. This is only about two
    decades ago, when the Social Democracy stands above all in Western
    Europe in the zenith of their power. In Germany, Gerhard Schröder, in
    the United Kingdom, ruled by Labor President Tony Blair, and in France
    the Socialist Lionel Jospin was Prime Minister.

    In the last years, the trend was already reversing. The dissolution of
    the milieus, a shrinking working class and a sinking influence of the
    unions make foremost parties to work that call themselves socialist or
    social democratic. In almost all EU states, it goes down with it.
    . — Review:
    France:
    In France, a decline in the socialists was observed in the past decade,
    reminiscent of the infirmity of the SPD in Germany. Although the
    socialist François Hollande succeeded in conquering the highest state
    office in the Elysée Palace between 2012 and 2017, his party was always
    in a state of friction over the course. Thus, the globalization critic
    Arnaud Montebourg as Minister of Economic Affairs regularly laid down
    with his boss, the party-owning Prime Minister Manuel Valls.

    There are parallels to the current dispute in the SPD between opponents
    and supporters of Groko draw. In the presidential election of 2017, the
    party left in the camp of Socialists sent their candidate BenoĂźt Hamon
    into the race. His proposals – such as an unconditional basic income –
    were, however, not a majority: Hamon reached just a vote share of 6.4
    percent and retired after the first round.

    French President Emmanuel Macron, who won the election in the second
    ballot at that time, benefited from the fact that the French of the
    well-known party system had become tired of the long-term presence of
    conservatives and socialists. However, the socialists in France are not
    yet completely written off. In the forthcoming local elections in March,
    they hope for success in cities such as Paris, Lille and Rennes.

    Great Britain:
    Jeremy Corbyn came to the head of the Labor Party four years ago, and
    has been in opposition since 2010. Above all, young party supporters
    initially inspired the link course Corbyns, who made demands such as the
    nationalization of the railway. According to Marc Debus, a professor of
    politics at the University of Mannheim, Corbyn's assumption of the
    party chairmanship was a direct reaction to the "New Labor" policy of
    former Prime Minister Tony Blair.

    "Corbyn has killed the moderate party wing," says Debus. However, he
    doubts that Corbyn's policy in the United Kingdom is in fact majority.
    Although there is still a comparatively strong class consciousness in
    the UK. "But even in the UK, society has diversified, and Corbyn's
    course is often perceived as too radical in the political arena that has
    grown over time," said Debus.

    A look at Labor poll numbers in recent years confirms the analysis.
    After the party had come in the lower house election 2015, only a
    disappointing 31 percent, took over Corbyn the helm. In the following
    general election in 2017, he actually managed to land with a score of 40
    percent just behind

    However, Corbyn's party is far from that in the latest polls: a good
    week before the parliamentary election does not look like the party can
    repeat its 2017 success – especially among young voters, Corbyn's appeal
    has since waned.

    Netherlands:
    The example of the Dutch Social Democrats shows that things can go up
    again once the bottom has been reached. In the last parliamentary
    election in 2017, the Partij van de Arbeit (PvdA), which four times
    after the Second World War, the Prime Minister, just came to seventh
    place. The party achieved a puny vote share of 5.7 percent.
    But in the European elections last May, the Social Democrats recovered again and came to 19 percent.
    To make this comeback possible, the PvdA did not even have to swap its
    chairman. As was the case with the disastrous parliamentary elections of
    2017, former Vice-Prime Minister Lodewijk Asscher leads the party
    today. The success of the PvdA in the European elections also had to do
    with the fact that at that time the Dutchman Frans Timmermans was the
    leading candidate of the social-democratic European party family.
    But even the pragmatic course of party leader Asscher is paying off in
    the meantime. As an opposition party, the PvdA does not oppose
    cooperation with other left-wing parties such as the Socialist Party. In
    addition, the Dutch Social Democrats are focusing more on individual
    topics such as the fight against climate change than in the past.

    Spain:
    Charisma can be decisive – this lesson applies to the Spanish Social
    Democrats, who have been Prime Minister for over a year with Pedro
    Sanchez. The 47-year-old, who has the image of the "perfect son-in-law",
    not only leads the socialist PSOE, but also a government that is,
    however, on shaky legs.

    At the last general election in November – the fourth in four years –
    the PSOE remained strongest in light losses. The task of forming a
    government is made more difficult for Sanchez by the fact that in Spain,
    as in many other EU countries, the Podemos party has created an
    alternative left to the Social Democrats.

  27. First in GERMAN – below in English. (Why double, I don't know) — Published author: Albrecht Meier, Andrea Dernbach, 3 hours ago. –: Im AbwĂ€rtsstrudel. — FrĂŒher war alles besser – zumindest fĂŒr Sozialdemokraten (SPD). Die Krise der SPD ist in Europa keine Ausnahme. In fast allen LĂ€ndern geht es fĂŒr die Sozialdemokraten bergab. Ein Überblick: Die Krise der SPD ist in Europa keine Ausnahmeerscheinung. Dabei ist es gerade einmal zwei Jahrzehnte her, da stand die Sozialdemokratie vor allem in Westeuropa im Zenit ihrer Macht. In Deutschland regierte Gerhard Schröder, in Großbritannien der Labour-Vorsitzende Tony Blair, und in Frankreich war der Sozialist Lionel Jospin Premierminister.

    Mit den Nullerjahren kehrte sich der Trend allerdings um. Die Auflösung alter Milieus, eine schrumpfende Arbeiterklasse und ein sinkender Einfluss der Gewerkschaften machen vor allem Parteien zu schaffen, die sich als sozialistisch oder sozialdemokratisch bezeichnen. In fast allen EU-Staaten geht es mit ihnen abwÀrts.

    Frankreich:
    In Frankreich ließ sich im vergangenen Jahrzehnt ein Niedergang bei den Sozialisten beobachten, der an das Siechtum der SPD in Deutschland erinnert. Auch wenn es dem Sozialisten François Hollande gelang, zwischen 2012 und 2017 das höchste Staatsamt im ElysĂ©e-Palast zu erobern, kam es in seiner Partei stĂ€ndig zu Reibereien ĂŒber den Kurs. So legte sich der Globalisierungskritiker Arnaud Montebourg als Wirtschaftsminister regelmĂ€ĂŸig mit dem seinem Chef an, dem zur Parteirechten gehörenden Premierminister Manuel Valls.

    Da lassen sich Parallelen zum gegenwĂ€rtigen Streit in der SPD zwischen Gegnern und BefĂŒrwortern der Groko ziehen. Bei der PrĂ€sidentschaftswahl 2017 schickten die Parteilinken im Lager der Sozialisten ihren Kandidaten BenoĂźt Hamon ins Rennen. Seine VorschlĂ€ge – wie beispielsweise ein bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen – waren allerdings nicht mehrheitsfĂ€hig: Hamon erreichte gerade einmal einen Stimmenanteil von 6,4 Prozent und schied nach der ersten Runde aus.

    Frankreichs Staatschef Emmanuel Macron, der die Wahl im zweiten Wahlgang damals fĂŒr sich entschied, profitierte davon, dass die Franzosen des altbekannten Parteiensystems mit der DauerprĂ€senz von Konservativen und Sozialisten ĂŒberdrĂŒssig geworden waren. Allerdings sind die Sozialisten in Frankreich noch nicht komplett abgeschrieben. Bei den bevorstehenden Kommunalwahlen im MĂ€rz hoffen sie auf Erfolge in StĂ€dten wie Paris, Lille und Rennes.

    Großbritannien:
    Der Altlinke Jeremy Corbyn gelangte vor vier Jahren an die Spitze der Labour Party, die sich seit 2010 in der Opposition befindet. Vor allem junge ParteianhĂ€nger beflĂŒgelten anfangs den Linkskurs Corbyns, der Forderungen wie die Verstaatlichung der Eisenbahn aufstellte. Nach der Ansicht von Marc Debus, Politik-Professor an der UniversitĂ€t Mannheim, war die Übernahme des Parteivorsitzes durch Corbyn eine direkte Reaktion auf die „New Labour“-Politik des frĂŒheren Regierungschefs Tony Blair.

    „Corbyn hat den moderaten ParteiflĂŒgel kaltgestellt“, sagt Debus. Allerdings bezweifelt er, dass Corbyns Politik im Vereinigten Königreich tatsĂ€chlich mehrheitsfĂ€hig ist. Zwar gebe es in Großbritannien immer noch ein vergleichsweise starkes Klassenbewusstsein. „Aber auch im Vereinigten Königreich hat sich die Gesellschaft diversifiziert, und Corbyns Kurs wird in der im Zeitverlauf angewachsenen politischen Mitte hĂ€ufig als zu radikal wahrgenommen“, so Debus.

    Ein Blick auf die Umfragewerte von Labour in den zurĂŒckliegenden Jahren bestĂ€tigt die Analyse. Nachdem die Partei bei der Unterhauswahl 2015 nur auf enttĂ€uschende 31 Prozent gekommen war, ĂŒbernahm Corbyn das Ruder. Bei der folgenden Parlamentswahl im Jahr 2017 gelang es ihm tatsĂ€chlich, mit einem Ergebnis von 40 Prozent knapp hinter den regierenden Tories zu landen.

    Davon ist Corbyns Partei in den aktuellen Umfragen aber weit entfernt: Eine gute Woche vor der Parlamentswahl sieht es nicht danach aus, dass die Partei ihren Erfolg von 2017 wiederholen kann – vor allem bei jungen WĂ€hlern hat Corbyns Anziehungskraft inzwischen nachgelassen.

    Niederlande:
    Das Beispiel der niederlÀndischen Sozialdemokraten zeigt, dass es auch wieder aufwÀrts gehen kann, nachdem der Tiefpunkt einmal erreicht ist. Bei der letzten Parlamentswahl im Jahr 2017 kam die Partij van de Arbeit (PvdA), die nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg viermal den MinisterprÀsidenten stellte, gerade einmal auf den siebten Platz. Die Partei erreichte einen mickrigen Stimmenanteil von 5,7 Prozent.

    Bei der Europawahl im vergangenen Mai erholten sich die Sozialdemokraten dann aber wieder und kamen auf 19 Prozent.

    Um dieses Comeback zu ermöglichen, musste die PvdA noch nicht einmal ihren Vorsitzenden austauschen. Wie schon bei der desaströsen Parlamentswahl von 2017 fĂŒhrt auch heute der frĂŒhere Vize-Premierminister Lodewijk Asscher die Partei. Der Erfolg der PvdA bei der Europawahl hatte zwar auch damit zu tun, dass damals der NiederlĂ€nder Frans Timmermans als Spitzenkandidat der sozialdemokratischen europĂ€ischen Parteienfamilie antrat.

    Aber auch der pragmatische Kurs des Parteichefs Asscher zahlt sich inzwischen aus. Als Oppositionspartei sperrt sich die PvdA nicht gegen eine Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Parteien aus dem linken Spektrum wie der Sozialistischen Partei. Zudem konzentrieren sich die niederlÀndischen Sozialdemokraten stÀrker als in der Vergangenheit auf einzelnen Themen wie den Kampf gegen den Klimawandel.

    Spanien:
    Charisma kann entscheidend sein – diese Lehre gilt fĂŒr die spanischen Sozialdemokraten, die mit Pedro Sanchez seit ĂŒber einem Jahr den MinisterprĂ€sidenten stellt. Der 47-JĂ€hrige, der das Image des „perfekten Schwiegersohns“ hat, fĂŒhrt nicht nur die sozialistische PSOE, sondern auch eine Regierung, die allerdings auf wackligen Beinen steht.

    Bei der letzten Parlamentswahl im November – der vierten innerhalb von vier Jahren – blieb die PSOE bei leichten Verlusten stĂ€rkste Partei. Die Aufgabe der Regierungsbildung wird fĂŒr Sanchez dadurch erschwert, dass in Spanien wie in vielen anderen EU-LĂ€ndern auch mit der Partei Podemos eine Alternative links von den Sozialdemokraten entstanden ist.

  28. By now the question shouldn't be which Republican politicians are dirty too, but if there is a single one NOT corrupt to the brim.

  29. Rep Duncan Hunter's political incorrectness ought to make his mentor host Bill Maher proud. But how are you Bill gonna help get Dunce reelected now?

  30. 9:39 You come to the realization that the “Grand Old Party” no longer stands for Traditional Values.
    Their white majority members are forever Trumpers who pledge their allegiance to Mother Russia

  31. Republicans are dumb. You would vote for crooks just because they are from your party? REALLY? This is pure ignorance. They're both saying GUILTY which they knew they were all along (got caught sound familiar) how embarrassing.

  32. Trump will probably pardon them. They can't be pardoned until after they are convicted and admit that they have in fact broken the law. Just wait, Trump will pardon them and no one will care on the Democratic side of the aisle.

  33. I suppose the thing to say is, "birds of a feather…" People surrounding Trump are going to jail, people who endorsed him are going to jail, Trump endorses a pedophile, he pardons a war criminal, and so forth. A steaming pile of criminality. And republicans just don't seem to care. That's the scary thing – they don't care. Republicans aren't worthy of our trust.

  34. #🌏💡🇬🇧👑💕👍: RESPECTS&THANKSGIVINGS! “ FirstTrumpEndorsementInCongressIndicted,PleadGuilty|RachelMaddow|MSNBC!|ReveredHolyGrailPerspectives!| Multiple CriminalCharges?| Primaries!|Caucuses!|IOWA!|NEWHAMPSHIRE!|OHIOYES!| MorningJoe!~#đŸ‡ș🇾2020ReveredExcitingAwesomeDEMOCRATICPOTUS46Crowding!|đŸ‡ș🇾PresidentialDemocraticHopefuls👍: RESPECTS&THANKSGIVINGS!~A Personal Visionary Hopefuls Multiples!|đŸ‡ș🇾[email protected]#đŸ‡ș🇾POTUS44DEMS<#VP!|JoeBiden!|MayBeMore?|HolyGrail!|{. RESPECTS&THANKSGIVINGS!].

  35. It's Official!!! Republican's are basically all criminals. Especially this bunch who are willing to fall for Trump. Bunch of them are Russian Operatives clearly…

  36. Rachael, I am sure you are wondering rhetorically about the people who vote for the current crop of republican candidates but really, those voters are the real problem for America and they are a breed of voter that has been cultured over the past forty years. Reagan was inviting them into dishonest and delusional thinking all the way back in '95. Corruption and dishonesty are values in this crowd. I am embarrassed for they are Americans and I used to think we were better but these are a collection of awful people. Their values are in the gutter. Even more to the point real republicans are embarrassed because who they are associated with.

  37. Don't Trust those Two Faced Evangelical Bible TRUMPER'S They hide and Use Religion as a Leverage Crutch for Republican Agendas.

  38. Don't Trust those Two Faced Evangelical Bible TRUMPER'S They hide and Use Religion as a Leverage Crutch for Republican Agendas.

  39. Don't Trust those Two Faced Evangelical Bible TRUMPER'S They hide and Use Religion as a Leverage Crutch for Republican Agendas.

  40. Republican voters are looking for outlaws &/or mentally ill patients to vote for. They are the reflection of their constituents.

  41. Pretty sad there has to be the choice of criminals to have represented officials in govt. because obviously, politics is very lucrative so for that reason alone the bar needs to be raised for ppl who want to be in office! You cant get a govt. job w/o good credit and no debt lest you be able to be compromised yet these guys are ex cons and get back into office?? How stupid! And even though Trumps going to go through an impeachment trial.. he can still be on a ballot?? Forget integrity! We must be at the end of the road!

  42. These immoral majorities will be the death of our democracy. They didn't drain the swamp – they turned it into an open-air septic system. I'm guessing insider trading is pretty common among congressmen though – probably more common under Trump, as loyalty comes with a few more perks than the cult's votes and promises of pardons if you get caught.

  43. Republicans would rather elect criminals than vote for a Democrat. There is no reasoning with these people, all these pundits saying you need to try to win over Trump voters are living in a fantasyland. Trump voters aren't rational or moral enough to see past their toxic ideology.

  44. Would it be fair to assume that D. Hunter and C. Collins, having backed the president, could have presumed that they had been given a free pass when it came to sticking to the rules. Even when each was arrested they appeared fairly confident that they weren't going to fall foul of the law. How many others in Congress, blindly supporting the president's irrational behaviour, are thinking the same thoughts.

  45. Funny how Trump attracts crooks and criminals of all calibers like a big fat orange magnet.
    Toss Nunes up in the air and see if he lands on top of Parnas in jail. 😂

  46. What can office can they run from penitentiary ?????? Need Give Up Position !!! FELONS NOW !!!! Can't be in office from what I HEAR !!!! 👂👂👂👂

  47. We get the congressmen who re-present our values. In case of the two crooked republican congressmen the they reflect a crooked people!! The question we have to ask ourselves is: What are OUR values? If they are crookedness, graft and corruption then they are already reflected in the White House and the republicans in the congress! Wake up people!!

  48. Everyone connected with Trump are criminals, Trump has taught them all with their words & actions! I am amazed how these guys get off when someone that stole a coat got life in prison.The folks that would have aided these guys running are asleep and grately mistaken in their values & morals.

  49. My lord only in the great USA do votes knowingly vote for criminals to govan them. Really what those this say about the people of the USA!

  50. Everybody should watch “THE GREAT HACK” *Netflix. It’s an incredible documentary. First-hand experience.

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