Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his long-time business associate, Rick Gates have been ordered to surrender in the first apparent indictments of Robert Mueller’s probe of obstruction of justice and meddling in the 2016 campaign by Donald Trump’s associates. While the charges are not yet clear, the timing of the charges couldn’t be worse … More Manafort and Gates Told to Surrender
In a testy exchange this morning with Chris Cuomo, CNN’s New Day anchor, Kellyanne Conway asserted that it is inappropriate to question the timing of Donald Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. “You want to question the timing of when he fires, when he hires.” Conway said. “It’s inappropriate. He’ll do it when … More Inappropriate?
Kellyanne Conway cited a massacre that didn’t happen to support President Trump’s ban on immigrants and refugees. While she ultimately acknowledged that there was no such massacre, her approach to her mistake reveals two things: She won’t apologize for a mistake. The tweets below (sort of ) acknowledging her mistake came over ten hours after … More Bowling Green Massacre Casualty: Grace and Class
On “Meet the Press” this morning Kellyanne Conway argued that Sean Spicer’s press briefing/lecture on Saturday afternoon did not contain any falsehoods. When pressed by NBC’s Chuck Todd to answer the question why Spicer’s first encounter with the Press was riddled with lies, Conway responded with a phenomenal example of doublespeak: “You’re saying it’s a … More Alternative Facts
In a back and forth with Chris Cuomo from CNN’s “New Day” this morning, incoming adviser to Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, argued that the media should judge Donald Trump by what’s in his heart rather than what comes out of his mouth. The discussion focused in particular on Trump’s denial that he mocked New York … More Conway: Judge Trump by His Heart