Adam Schiff, Narrative Killer?
Nadler’s uncomfortable choice.
“We will hold this president accountable, one way or the other.”
“This court is not prepared to roll back the tide of history.”
“I’d call it a day.”
“We consider this to be a case closed…”
Let me out because I said so
Order in the court
“They never gave up asking, but they had no good answer for that question.”
Trump attorney: No, we won’t be releasing his written answers to Mueller.
Good luck with that
From Hillblazer and FOB to straw man?
What jurisdiction would they have to intrude?
Plus: Time’s Manafort-Russia connections lack a couple of dots.
“There’s no procedure in the court’s rules for having the whole case briefed, argued and decided under seal.”
“A big deal for Robert Mueller”?
“So you’re saying he’s an unindicted co-conspirator?”
“Mueller’s interest in talking with the President continues.”
“It’s definitely a ‘very, very large brain’ idea to troll a member of a body that will have subpoena power in a month.”
Running out the clock?
“Top Democrats…now tell us they plan to almost immediately begin exploring possible grounds for impeachment.”
Have a seat, your honor
“Subpoena power is interesting, to use it or not to use it.”
“Write the damn report so we can see it and rebut it.”
Probably, but should they?
How on Earth did that happen?
Taking a pass
Followed by Peter Strzok’s public testimony on Thursday.
Inquiring prosecutorial minds want to know.
“It is not hyperbole to say that lives are at stake.”
Let’s not get carried away here
Here we go again