Paul Manafort Meets with Robert Mueller- What a Week
What a week it has been for President Trump and it is only Tuesday. I would like to say this may be the worst week of the Presidency so far, but it’s so hard to pick just one. Now, it has been confirmed that Paul Manafort met with Mueller’s team of prosecutors.
Remember back in the day when President Trump would say what a great guy Manafort was for not flipping? I don’t think he feels that way anymore.
This week and last, the President has been dealing with the scandals surrounding Brett Kavanaugh as witnesses continue to come forward with allegations of heavy drinking and sexual assault.
Even when the President ordered the FBI to investigate the allegations against Kavanaugh, the investigation was limited in time to one week and scope, even though that was denied by the White House.
Just yesterday, the President realizing the ticking time bomb on his lap with the Kavanaugh appointment, finally did widened the scope of the investigation by the FBI and I promise you, he won’t like the results.
The President does continue to hint at accepting another nominee as he is looking for a way out.
Earlier today, I wrote a post on Eric Trump being involved in the Stormy Daniels’ case and it’s possible legal consequences. No wonder the President lashed out at two female reporters yesterday for no reason at all.
Even worse, the fact the White House has edited the transcripts of that press conference replacing the word “thinking” to “thanking.” Those present at the press conference have already explained how they clearly heard the President insult reporter Cecilia Vega.
All and all, just another day of chaos in the White House. I think it is safe to say that we have to measure this Presidency in “dog years.” So, multiplied by seven, the last two days feels more like fourteen.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
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