Fox & Friends complain that John Dean tweets too much and uses too many insulting nicknames

Guys, it’s one thing to kill irony and another to dismember its corpse, make a davenport out of its skin, and sit in it while you spew random syllables like a drowned Teddy Ruxpin. Via Media Matters: BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): This is what he thinks of Donald Trump: He has horrible things to say about Ronald…

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Anonymous Republican: 'A normal person would have been indicted for this'

I assume by “normal person” he means “not the president” — not “a tool-using hominid who’s not totally fucking insane.” But the sentiment still holds. The indispensable Gabriel Sherman at Vanity Fair has an insider’s look at the mood inside the White House in the wake of the redacted Mueller report’s release, and it ain’t…

John Dean to White House staffers: 'Get out!'

John Dean knows a little something about awful, criminal, paranoid presidents with berserk rage boners for the popular Democratic presidents who preceded them. As White House counsel under President Nixon, he was deeply involved in the Watergate coverup. Eventually he flipped on the president, cooperating with investigators and pleading guilty to a single felony count….