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Rudy Giuliani backtracks on his yesterday’s statement to the NY Times regarding the Moscow timeline: “calling his comments “hypothetical” and not intended to convey facts.” You can pretty much apply that to anything that comes out of Rudy’s mouth.
Rudy Giuliani now states that the Trump team was talking to the Russians about a Moscow Tower during 2016. Possibly even up to Election Day. And that Michael Cohen might be more reliable on this issue than Trump. Donald Trump, … Continue reading
Newsweek article by Robert Reich discusses how the Trump shutdown results in less money flowing through the economy. Right now some 800,000 government employees aren’t collecting paychecks. Nor are hundreds of thousands of government contractors being paid. None of them … Continue reading
Steve Kerr- must follow on Twitter: Common ground! https://t.co/2hO981Zr3u — Steve Kerr (@SteveKerr) January 20, 2019
Sen. Harris picks MLK day to announce her candidacy. Of the declared candidates so far, she is the most formidable. Perhaps Biden and Beto get in, but she has to be considered an early front runner. NY Times mentions that … Continue reading
My heart breaks for all the underprivileged children who have been helped by Donald Trump and will now longer benefit from this Foundation. According to the NY Times: Alan Futerfas, a lawyer for the charity, said the foundation had been … Continue reading
Kushner being considered for Chief of Staff, since pretty much everyone else doesn’t want the job. Two questions- 1. Can he do that from prison? 2. Is Canseco still available? Hey little buddy @realDonaldTrump u need a bash brother for … Continue reading
From the WSJ: Shahid Shafi was drawn to the Republican tenets of small government and secure borders after growing up under a military dictatorship in Pakistan. Now he is under fire from conservative activists who say he isn’t fit for … Continue reading
Emma Gonzalez: If our politicians can’t move beyond half-measures and well meaning prayers, they will need to get out of the way for the Emmas of the world. It may be that the American public doesn’t care about the sex … Continue reading
Must have missed it when the GOP proposed that what Mohamed Atta and the other 18 9/11 hijackers needed was access to mental health counseling. Apparently that was the solution.