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Sunday, 19 March 2017 08:34

Britain to Trump: Words matter

Written by  Washington Examiner

Words matter.

Spoken carefully, they can build. Spoken carelessly, they can destroy.

It is important, then, that those in positions of power choose their words carefully, and that they say precisely what they mean.

Political leaders, particularly the president and those who work for them, do damage not least to themselves if they are constantly going back to explain, correct, and clarify. If in doubt, remember Proverbs: "Even a fool, if he will hold his peace shall be counted wise: and if he close his lips, a man of understanding."

Members of President Trump's administration would do well to heed this advice.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer heaped up a shambles this week when, quoting a piece of commentary, he appeared to accuse a British spy agency, GCHQ, of working with former President Barack Obama to have Trump Tower's "wires tapped" during the 2016 election.

Spicer's source was Fox News commentator Andrew Napolitano, who has yet to provide any evidence of the charge. Fox News anchor Shepard Smith said separately Friday afternoon that the news side of the cable network couldn't confirm Napolitano's story.

British officials pushed back hard on Spicer's claim. GHCQ even issued a rare statement, calling the remarks read out at the White House press briefing "ridiculous.

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Brits need to think before they rattle there mouths. If words matter then by all means actions matter more. The Brits actions to let the damn Muslims take over there country and not fight back show there actions are those of cowards who will fall to there knees and beg the muzzies to not kill them as they will fondle all muzzies and kiss there feet. Brits have turned into French Cowards.

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From what I read, the Judge received information from three agents of GCHQ claiming they had been behind that wiretap. All that Spicer was doing was repeating what he had been told. True or not, he was only repeating it.

And as for the Brits complaining about what a President says, I can recall a great many times when Obozo the lying Muslim fraud made snide remarks and trashed the Brits - our supposed allies - and committed many acts that were very demeaning and damaging toward them. Funny how I can't remember ever hearing any criticism in the media or from the Brits. Selective memory problems?

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Bob Waldman Written by Bob Waldman
March 19, 2017
Not a single word of proof. You like the other blind supporters of the Cheeto and his merry band of anti Semitic swine trust a serial liar!
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Lawrence Greenberg Written by Lawrence Greenberg
March 19, 2017
Calling you a brainwashed, indoctrinated idiot would be far too kind. Go stew in your own ignorance.

As for anti-Semitic, no President has ever been more anti-Semitic than Obozo the Muslim fraud.
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George Hillier Sr Written by George Hillier Sr
March 19, 2017
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March 19, 2017
You're not too bright, are you?

One conspiracy theorist taking another's spewings as gospel.
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Lawrence Greenberg Written by Lawrence Greenberg
March 19, 2017
Another brainwashed ignoramus...


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