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Collins Condemns Comparison Of The President Of Ukraine To A 'Battered Wife' | NBC News



Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., criticized Democrats for their criticism and characterization of the president of Ukraine as a “battered wife.”
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Collins Condemns Comparison Of The President Of Ukraine To A ‘Battered Wife’ | NBC News

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17 comments

  1. I used battered wife scenario to explain it too, n we were watching when it was used on tv, I said see!

  2. Bonehead seems to forget that Bonespurs told us all what he wanted the Ukrainians to do live on TV.

  3. The President of Ukraine would say anything that fits the narrative, to get aid, no matter who is in office. Put a Democrat in office and Ukraine President would admit there was a quid pro quo. He did what he had to do for the sake of his country. Trump betrayed that trust for personal gain. He can't use Putin, because he got caught. Now, he uses an ally of the US, which also benefits Putin in several ways: Putin off hook for 2016?, relieved of duty for 2020?, Ukraine left vulnerable to Russia. It weakens our ally and threatens our national security. Nuff said

  4. Will never pin nothin on Trump!

  5. The battered wife crap is just another example of Democrats trying to create imagery and build a narrative. Pathetic attempt Dems. Also OFFENSIVE to actual battered wives.

  6. The current Ukraine president was elected to deal with the corruption of the previous Obama appointed presidents who were wildly corrupt

  7. Trump, Collins, the GOP Senators & baby Dotard public Supporters, go on and buy your boxes of tissues for tomorrow as Trump's negative Legacy will happen tomorrow on permanent record with the official Impeachment regardless what happens in the Senate. Think about it, bill Clinton was Impeached and not removed by the Senate but his permanent negative" stain" in history is still there. Trump will be the same way and there is no reversing it. Baby dotards threatned a civil war if the Official Impeachment occurs well tomorrow is the day and the Trump Supporters won't do anything. Nobody wants that nor bloodshed either but they threatned it. I would bet big money, the baby Dotards who threatned this won't do anything of such. They are liars just like their hero Pedophile king Dotard.

  8. Collins is auditioning for the job as Trump's most slavish sycophantic sentient suppository. I think he nailed it.

  9. We do not need a dictator who thinks he is above the law!

  10. Trump and the political action committees for Mitch McConnell, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, Lindsey Graham, John Kasich and John McCain accepted $7.35 million in contributions from a Ukrainian-born oligarch who is the business partner of two of Russian president Vladimir Putin's favorite oligarchs and a Russian government bank.

    During the 2015-2016 election season, Ukrainian-born billionaire Leonard "Len" Blavatnik contributed $6.35 million to leading Republican candidates and incumbent senators. Mitch McConnell was the top recipient of Blavatnik's donations, collecting $2.5 million for his GOP Senate Leadership Fund under the names of two of Blavatnik's holding companies, Access Industries and AI Altep Holdings, according to Federal Election Commission documents and OpenSecrets.org.

    Marco Rubio's Conservative Solutions PAC and his Florida First Project received $1.5 million through Blavatnik's two holding companies. Other high dollar recipients of funding from Blavatnik were PACS representing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker at $1.1 million, Lindsey Graham at $800,000, John Kasich at $250,000 and Arizona Senator John McCain at $200,000.

  11. The forest was shrinking, but the trees kept voting for the Axe, for the Axe was cleaver and convinced the Trees that because his handle was made of wood, he was one of them." Turkish Proverb

  12. Collin’s is a Traitor to the American people for the want to be Dictator Trump ! It doesn’t end here the whole world is watching !

  13. Collins, you have sunk! battered wife syndrome applies here as Ukraine president is powerless!

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