@snorks nytimes values Trump's assets at 1.3b, meaning, his debts knock him pit of the b. club I dont know who to believe, but am safe in the knowledge that any figure Trump thinks will be publicised, he will inflate.
@guest2 You keep making points based on small technicalities. Trumps campaign team and family had proven, criminal contact with Russia. These represented collusion. It justified investigation. It justified indictments, which unfortunately, were not forthcoming.
@anonymous Well put.
@guest2 Don't want to be called an insurrectionist, don't storm parliament with the intent of overthrowing legitimate election results. Intent was there, success was not.
@guest2 An influx of 25,000 troops, unprecedented security scrutiny and a lack of crowds in which to hide might have had something to do with the Proud Boys and their ilk choosing to 'stand by', instead of turn up.
@mamamia-user-482898552 No sarcasm. I think that a little bit too much is being made of this now, though. The quote is parochial, or as you said, maybe outdated, but it's not an untruth that will become anything much if people rely on it, nor have I seen much of this type misrepresentation in the Australian press.
@mamamia-user-482898552 I have been soundly put in my place. I thought Fairfax was a reliable rag.
@mamamia-user-482898552 "When it finally emerges from stage four restrictions, Melbourne will have experienced one of the world’s longest and strictest lockdowns." Liam Mannix, The Age, Sept 7, 2020.
@cat I think that the Medicare numbers might create a risk of identity theft/fraud.
Yo, Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em.