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MWG14 | 16:24 Sat 21st Nov 2020 | News
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Has a U S President ever been evicted from the White House?


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The English burned it down in 1812.

The English?
// The English//

the united kingdomians then

mere words - suggest some and I will use them ( British of course is wrong after 1801 act of union) - bit like roy from aus who is not from aus
but what the hell this is AB
I guess if Madison hadn’t escaped quick enough he’d have been the first black president.
Just a thought ...
"mere words - suggest some and I will use them"

Well, the leader of the force who burnt the White House along with many other buildings in Washington D.C. was Irish, so maybe you could start there?
da oirish burnt down the white house
yikes I dont think the er new incoming prez wd like that !

the men were Wellingtons regulars
and remember ye ducks words
because a man is born in a stable doesnt make him a horse
( Wellington born in Merrion sq oppo the Teashacks house - Dublin that is!)
The World will be a safer place when Trump is finally locked up and the keys thrown away. ASAP.
Trump is an even worse loser than Hilary Clinton.

Clinton managed to get 2.8 million more votes than Trump when she lost. Trump is 6 million votes behind Biden, not even close.

TTT, if you have woken up all wet and sweaty, that was a nightmare, not a wet dream.
It happened in the late summer of 1814. We Brits duffed over the Americans at the Battle of Bladensburg, the UK force led by one Major General Robert Ross.

They set fire to multiple government and military buildings, including the White House (then called the Presidential Mansion), the Capitol building, as well as other facilities of the U.S. government - shame they hadn't gone further.

The attack was in part a retaliation for the recent American destruction of Port Dover in Upper Canada, so the Americans got the come-uppance - the Burning of Washington marks the only time since the American Revolutionary War that a foreign power has captured and occupied the capital of the United States.

It was James Madison who held the PoTUs and he bunked out of the capital, no secret service needed to carry him out. They eventually found refuge for the night in Brookeville, a small town in Montgomery County, Maryland, which still is known today as the "United States Capital for a Day".
I don’t think Hillary Clinton was a bad loser at all.
She was as gracious as it’s possible to be with an opponent who’d stalked her round the stage at the debates :-)
I thought Hilary Clinton was good at conceding to Trump considering his irrational and constant ill-mannered and, to me, unacceptable behaviour.
November 22nd 1963 :(
A monumental day in USA politics ( just saying)
A day that will live in infamy.
Actually that was 1941 :-)

Jan 20 2021 will be better ...
// I don’t think Hillary Clinton was a bad loser at all.//
she didnt whine and she DID get more votes ....

apparently very personally unpopular - unlike her hubby - people were nt prepared to swallow her whole ! ( am I allowed to say that)

the parallels in dear old blighty wd be - scargill - salmond - thorpe
Infamy, infamy! They've all got it in for me!

Donald J Trump
New set of keys and a restraining order for all the trumpets, that should do in January . .
Trump may be smarter than we give him credit for. If he quietly accepted defeat he'd become yesterday's man, an unsavoury footnote in the history books. By claiming he was robbed he can position himself as the king across the water ready and waiting for 2024 and a second chance.
I don't think Trump will return in 2024.

Yes it is nice to see the Kremlin confirming its commitment to legitimate elction procedures.
They were not so squeamish about hailing Lukashenka's recent victory despite a lack of any concessions there by the other party ...
Putin is not standing by Trump at all, read the article rather than the headline (The Mail is very good at misleading headlines to get click-bait)

Trump will go I am sure, lets face it he never wanted to be in the Whitehouse in the first place - he wanted to use Trump Toer and his own plane but they wouldn't let him.

Quick Q, Is Biden going to take his salary or follow Trump and waive it?
As long as he follows Trump into the White House.
I don’t think Trump is an example to anyone.
What did the judge call the latest lawsuit?
And his legal team are a national embarrassment said the “lefties”?
Oh no actually: said Chris Christie ...

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