Good morning. It’s Monday, so we need to load up on the coffee especially as snow storms move into the east.
Last week if you blinked, you missed a lot of news. So, let’s go over some of the recent headlines over the past few days and for today as well.
The Trump Shutdown
As of this morning, the government shutdown is on day 23 and there seems to be no end in sight. The Trump shutdown is now the longest shutdown in history.
However, Senator Lindsey Graham has asked the President to end the shutdown temporarily and negotiate the border wall later.
Prime Time Testimony
Michael Cohen has been scheduled to testify publicly before Congress on February 7th. We can only imagine the coffee beans Cohen will spill after doing President Trump’s dirty deeds for a decade.
Already President Trump is lashing out and even said in a Fox interview that Cohen’s parents should be investigated. In return, Democratic leaders sent Trump a message that witness tampering will not be tolerated.
Another Trump Tower in Russia
New reports which is now being investigated by the Democrats, confirms before the Moscow Project where Trump was building a tower and he claimed to not have any business dealings in Russia, that another Trump Tower was in works just outside of the capital of Russia.
Speaking of Trump Tower
The Russia attorney that was present at Trump Tower New York, has now been indicted. Remember who was there? Start with Paul Manafort- more on him below.
Paul Manafort Spied for Russia
President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was providing polling data to Russians.
How many times did President Trump come to the rescue of Manafort? Calling him a good guy? Smh… But, if that were the worse thing that happened, but it’s not by a long shot.
President Trump is a Russian Asset
The FBI opened not one, but two inquiries into President Trump when he fired Director James Comey because the FBI believed Trump was working for Russia and was a Russian asset.
But it doesn’t end there. Reporting by the Washington Post also has the President concealing his communications with Putin, including confiscating notes of the interpreter that was present at those meetings.
It’s going to be one hell of a week. Have a good one and keep checking in regularly for more posts.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
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