Allies of the White House are setting the stage to disrupt the investigation of special counsel Robert Mueller. Here are a few ways they might try. https://t.co/EkfBxz2Djj— NPR (@NPR) December 17, 2017
The White House: “The president condemns violence, bigotry and hatred in all its forms, & finds anyone who might invoke his or any other political figure’s name for such aims to be contemptible.” No he doesn’t. https://t.co/tFR70H06ff— Strobe Talbott (@strobetalbott) December 17, 2017
White House Tax Push— Charles V Payne (@cvpayne) December 13, 2017
Some might say its corny but this is good stuff...real people, real families and real conviction. Better than a but of politicians and accounts throwing out a bunch of random numbers
Love that @realDonaldTrump is open to pardoning @GenFlynn.— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) December 15, 2017
His statement indicates, to me anyway, that the FBI, DOJ, and Mueller are so compromised, Flynn might not need a pardon when all is said and done.
Maybe the plea and bogus charges get tossed.https://t.co/uPv1RHHNq8
Former Nixon White House counsel: Trump might have obstructed justice to prevent Russia investigation | Via TheIntercept https://t.co/bWVoWncXh5— SafetyPin-Daily (@SafetyPinDaily) December 18, 2017