Numerous legal experts have strongly advised that President Trump avoid an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller at all costs. They’re correct in saying that even someone totally innocent concerning matters under investigation can be trapped or confused into stating an unwitting “lie” and then be charged with that.
The New York Times is still trumpeting a story about President Trump ALMOST firing Robert Mueller. That’s right –-- he almost fired him! He thought about it. He thought about it some more. He talked about it. He wanted to. He may have come tantalizingly close. But he didn’t do it. (And he denies even taking it that far.)
Fox News’ slogan is “fair and balanced,” and to prove they are truly balanced, they even give airtime to the unbalanced. By that I mean Shepherd Smith’s latest comment about President Trump’s latest comment.
“The Case of the Dangerous Dossier” has more head-scratchers than a Sherlock Holmes mystery. We’ve seen a few plot twists just in recent hours; these offer a more detailed picture yet raise more questions than they answer.
Democrats hoped that the Robert Mueller investigation of “Russian collusion” in the election would be like a stick that they could use to whack President Trump. Instead, it’s turned into a piñata that keeps dropping surprises every time you poke at it, and most of them are not harming Trump.
There’s a scene in Steve Martin’s 1983 film, THE MAN WITH TWO BRAINS, in which Steve’s character speaks to the imposing portrait of his dead wife hanging over the mantel, asking her to give him some kind of sign if she objects to his pursuit of another woman. ‘Give me a sign, just some kind of sign,” he implores.
The House Intelligence Committee has been trying for some time to find out what role the infamous Trump dossier, paid for by the DNC and Hillary’s campaign, played in the decision to investigate possible collusion between Trump and Russia. \