- Oct 25, 2017
Only about another year until the presidential election next year.
SCOOP by @aduehren @glubold: The White House gave a politically appointed official the authority to keep aid to Ukraine on hold after career budget staffers questioned the legality of delaying the $—a shift that Dems are probing in the impeachment inquiry. https://www.wsj.com/articles/white-house-shifted-authority-over-ukraine-aid-amid-legal-concerns-11570717571 …
Well given Hillary's loss and Bernie's slide in the polls, she might have a point that Brooklyn is cursed for presidential campaign HQs.Just reiterating this makes zero sense.I don't remember this at all. But a repeat of this seems more likely.Jane Sanders, long an influential force in her husband’s political life, has recently been instrumental in shaping decisions about his health issues, his campaign and the flow of information to the public.www.nytimes.com
I don't know. They very easily could have been heading to Ukraine for more digging.
“There's three people I think Putin pays: Trump, Dana and Me."
Imagine if he just goes and just stays in Russia while still president. Republicans would still find a way to defend him.
If she did switch parties I wonder if it would actually be better for her. GOP don't care about your past or if your intelligent. She already has a history against LBGTQ people and connections with controlling religions, she would be right at home with their voters. They would wheel her out and hope half of the base votes for her because she is an attractive female ala Palin. She has no real future, her home district doesn't like her, and I wouldn't put it past her to be slimy enough to switch parties if she thinks it will propel her to an important position. It almost seems like her best path forward as crazy as that sounds.
What if she runs Bernie's campaign like she runs Burlington College?Just reiterating this makes zero sense.I don't remember this at all. But a repeat of this seems more likely.Jane Sanders, long an influential force in her husband’s political life, has recently been instrumental in shaping decisions about his health issues, his campaign and the flow of information to the public.www.nytimes.com
UPDATED: The indictment references a congressman—Pete Sessions—whose assistance Parnas sought to remove the ambassador to Ukraine. The indictment says those efforts were made “at least in part, at the request of one or more Ukrainian gov't officials.” https://www.wsj.com/articles/two-foreign-born-men-who-helped-giuliani-on-ukraine-arrested-on-campaign-finance-charges-11570714188?shareToken=ste92e8f88a923446498383cb23e6cb755 …
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a request from various media outlets to unseal two redacted names included in a Deutsche Bank letter responding to House subpoenas for President Trump and his family's tax returns.https://www.axios.com/trump-tax-returns-deutsche-bank-0ebd8e71-6e65-4ab7-88f4-27b6a4bca880.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=organic …
I liked Splinter on occasion but weirdly enough I found Deadspin's political work to be more compelling on average.