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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.

“He cannot continue to break up this country and to divide us and to create the kind of catastrophe that he is doing!” she yelled on the Santa Monica pier.

“He is a dangerous man! And I want you to know that I have faith in our special counsel. He’s going to connect the dots,” she said of Robert Mueller.

“And I want you to know that this political memo that Nunes put out is nothing!” Waters sneered. “It said nothing. It’s just another lie. Don’t even think about it!” she lectured the audience.

“Stand behind our special counsel. Help him to have the strength to connect the dots. This president colluded with Russia and he’s obstructed justice!” she bellowed.

“And he’s tearing up our environment. Let’s get rid of him,” Waters yelled, seemingly losing her voice.

In October, Waters threatened Trump by telling an audience she was going to go to Washington and “take out” the president.

Waters attacked the president about 27 seconds into her speech to “homeless LGBTQ youth” at the Ali Forney Center in New York City.

“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said.

“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take Trump out tonight,” she said, pumping her fist as the crowd roared with approval.

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A nasty symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome is losing one’s voice.

Just ask Maxine Waters.

During a small Saturday protest in the name of protecting the environment, the California congresswoman ranted about the president and Russia.