Happy Hour News- President Trump Admits Guilt
Welcome to your Happy Hour News, a summary of today’s events.
After yesterday, no doubt we all have a hangover, but that’s okay, since today the Happy Hour drink of choice is the one and only Blood Mary.
So, what happened today?
President Trump that obviously does not listen to his attorneys, went on Fox News this morning and guess what he said- that he actually made the payment to Stormy Daniels.
President Trump in his interview on Fox News’ with Ainsley Earhardt- said he knew about the payments “later on,” a contradiction of what Michael Cohen had said. That’s okay, I understand the inconsistencies, but, in Trump logic, he said
“-and they weren’t taken out of the campaign finance, that’s the big thing. That’s a much bigger thing. “Did they come out of the campaign? They didn’t come out of the campaign, they came from me.”
Try that defense in court. I hope Rudy “Gibberish” Giuliani isn’t representing you, Mr. President. Actually, I hope he is.
Of course, the President is even tweeting that campaign finance law violations are not even a crime. Go figure.
“I don’t know if you know but I tweeted about the payments. But they didn’t come out of the campaign. In fact, my first question when I heard about it was, did they come out of the campaign, because that could be a little dicey. And they didn’t come out of the campaign and that’s big.”
“But they weren’t …. that’s not even a campaign violation.”
It’s called campaign finance “violation” that per Trump, is not a “violation.” I guess the “truth isn’t the truth.”
Supreme Court Pick Brett Kavanaugh
Democrats are pushing back against Republicans. Many have refused to sit and interview Brett Kavanaugh because of Michael Cohen’s statement in open court where he politically threw President Trump under the bus.
No doubt, it is going to get interesting both legally and politically.
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