The Trump Brain-trust

This is something to behold. A denial within a denial, a lie within a lie. 

But honestly, who of us can really remember what we said months ago, or minutes ago, for that matter?


Angel charls said…
In the days after Attorney General William Barr released his four-page summary of Robert Mueller’s 300-plus-page report, Donald Trump veered between vindication and vindictiveness. The president told a friend he was going to make an enemies list of the Democrats and media figures who advanced the Russia narrative. “He was saying, ‘We’re going to go after them,’” a person briefed on the conversation said. “Trump was feeling really good. He was campaigning to establish a narrative,” a Republican who spoke with him said. Even on the question of obstruction, which Mueller left unresolved, Trump told a Republican that it didn’t matter if the report showed he broke the law. “I was fighting back because I was being accused of something insane,” Trump said, according to a source briefed on the conversation.
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