The explosive book that exposes president Donald Trump as an attention-demanding child who have broken the law, cheated clients and destroyed much of his family and America, hits the bookstore shelves Tuesday.
With a tight deadline, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson gave the White House a Tuesday deadline for details on Trump’s actions.
Court refuses to make an exception for Republicans when it comes to following the rules.
Mueller broke his silence about Trump and the antics of a failed, fraudulent president to say Stone is neither innocent or worthy of a commuted sentence. He “remains a felon and rightly so.”
It’s been the pattern of his life and his presidency: Repeat a lie enough times and people will believe it. Perhaps, but Fact Checks prove him wrong time and again.
Commuting Stone’s sentence marks another move by Trump to overrule the criminal justice system by presidential whim.
With interest lagging and many Republican officials, including the governor, not attending, the storm became a quick reason to cancel the rally.
Equating peaceful protests with violence and lying about what is happening in the cities is his latest pathetic gamble to recover from his failures and mistakes. It is typical Trump.
In decisions in two cases, the Court gave the Manhattan District Attorney’s office access to Trump’s tax and financial records but kicked the case giving access to Congress back to lower courts.