It’s not animal husbandry, but like Rachel Maddow’s new book chronicles, US crony capitalism in the Trump era can often devolve to fossil fuel kleptocracy. In today’s Arms for Dirt, the GOP demand to prosecute the Bidens distracts from the concurrent deals Rick Perry made for
Pudding, proof, eating. x My favorite part about the Republicans' whole “you can't trust anyone who doesn't have first-hand knowledge” excuse is that the *very next witnesses* (Vindman and Williams) both have first-hand knowledge and have testified privately that Trump conditioned aid on political help.
Trump’s going to try to distract MSM with a new release of a second, April “transcript” which probably resembles the non-verbatim memorandum of a telcon from 25 July already released that confirms the arms for dirt scandal. It presumably will be as “perfect” as the first
Apparently, Trump’s lawyer(s) have been volunteering, in the context of immunity, the exposure of the VPOTUS to indictment. Not much space under that bus. Why does Donald Trump's legal team keep bringing making the unprompted point that a vice president can totally be prosecuted while
The road to the bunker seems a lot clearer after William Taylor’s testimony, in which he clearly describes the regular and irregular agenda channels in the Arms for Dirt scandal. Three “amigos” and Rudy are described clearly in Taylor’s opening statement. Of them, Sondland now appears