Another day, another investigation.
A bold plan
When all else fails, Democrats call for more investigations
“I was not involved in that.”
“Any Palestinian who would take part would be nothing but a collaborator for the Americans and Israel.”
“The attack on our democracy involved much more than the purchase of a few Facebook ads.”
Gillibrand: “An outrage!”
Loose lips not yet sinking ships
Mole hunt or John Barron by proxy?
“The three phone calls…have until now fueled questions…”
This has Jared’s fingerprints all over it
“Trump can withstand Ann Coulter. He can’t lose Hannity and the rest.”
Somebody has a few bitter pills left over
“I said ‘the president of the United States.’”
“The kid’s been taking an ax to your head with the boss ever since I got here.”
“We will not stand idly by while outside influences seek to corrupt and pervert that process.”
“I look forward to signing this into law!”
Building a bridge(gate) to Congress?
“They hoped for an online eruption.”
“…peace between Israel and the Palestinian people must be built on a foundation of truth regarding Hamas.”
Politics torpedoes another friendship.
“If I were Jared Kushner, I’d be sighing a breath of relief today.”
“Jared and Ivanka were there for one reason: to deliver a political win.”
Game of thrones.
“There is little precedent for a top White House official meeting with executives of companies as they contemplate sizable loans to his business…”
Loose lips sink ships
Russia links didn’t pan out?
“How in the hell was he still employed?”
Or “crack like an egg”?
“They’re going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV.”
Don’t get your hopes up yet
“[T]he prospect of impeachment is being considered as a realistic outcome and not just a liberal fever dream.”
“Kremlin officials viewed the charges as extremely significant.”
“He was trying to figure out if there was going to be damage from this.”
“How are people supposed to find work if this goes on in some form for a year and a half?”
What a way to find out, too.
“There are too many people out at the same time and too many joggers at peak times.”