how many false alarms about Trump's demise have we heard now since November 2016? Looks like this pea agreement is another one of them.
well, that certainly was a waste of five minutes.
"there is no obvious criminal exposure for Trump inherent in the charges. According to the criminal information, Cohen “discussed the status and progress of the Moscow Project” with Trump “on more than … three occasions,” and he had at least one conversation with Trump about the possibility of Trump’s “traveling to Russia in connection with the Moscow Project.” While there are many reasons to be alarmed about a candidate for president of the United States, soon to be designated the presidential nominee of a major political party, contemplating a significant real estate deal in the capital of a hostile foreign power, that in and of itself does not constitute criminal behavior."
The $50 million penthouse is what you doofus's are all excited about....something like an affair with a playmate that is so far beyond your scope of imagination that it has to be illegal and taboo. And in ordinary times, maybe I would get incensed by both, too, but these are not those times. An imaginary penthouse to Putin, in an imaginary building that was never built. And here I thought the pee-gate that Nutz went on about for months was going to be the
Keep fishing Gilligan. Someday you will find a catfish and you can pretend once again that you found Moby Dick.
In the eyes and reporting of the fake news media. CNN knew it was a lie but reported it anyway.
In another example of why Americans increasingly distrust the establishment media to present factually sound, unbiased news, NPR published a report Friday claiming that Donald Trump Jr.'s testimony to Congress conflicted with the current claims of Michael Cohen about the "Moscow Trump Tower" deal discussions taking place in 2016.
After a number of reporters from various outlets called out NPR for reporting what was a verifiably false claim, the network finally issued a correction and deleted its original tweet -- but not before the false report had permeated social media and made its way to CNN.
Among the reporters who caught NPR peddling the falsehood were the Washington Post's Phillip Bump and the Federalist's Sean Davis and Mollie Hemingway, whose posts were highlighted by Twitchy, among others.
"This NPR story appears to be wrong. It notes that Trump Jr. told a Senate committee that a deal in Moscow died of 'deal fatigue' by 2014," Bump explained. "But that was a deal with the Agalarovs. He was also asked if a deal was in the works in 2015/2016 and said yes."
"This entire story is a lie," wrote Davis. "Trump, Jr. was explicitly asked whether the Trump Organization was pursuing a plan to develop a Trump Tower in Moscow in 2016. His answer: 'Yes.' He even offered to give the 2015 LOI signed by Trump to Judiciary investigators."
"This story is completely wrong, as shown in attached link using the actual testimony," tweeted Hemingway. "Shocking that this was published given its lack of truth. It needs to be retracted."