Trump In 50 Words or Less
What with all the news stories the past week about investigations into Trump, particularly since the Michael Coehn hearing and its follow-ups, and word of the Southern District of New York investigations, and the state of New York, and the House Intel, Oversight, Judiciary and Financial Services committees, and the 81 letters sent out to those around Trump, and revelations about Trump overriding the national security experts to get top security clearances for his son-in-law and daughter, and more and on and on -- all the past week -- I was trying to think of a way to simplify it all, since that's one of the challenges facing Democrats and law enforcement: how to get proper attention focused on who Trump is and the crime family history he has for the past 30-40 years, and the danger he poses to the U.S.. It is no easy task.
But I think I've come up with it -- in just one sentence.
When every single national security organization in the United States said that ALL their investigations showed that Russia, our greatest adversary, was responsible for cyber-attacking America, Trump ignored every one of them and said that instead he believed the Russian leader Vladmir Putin who told him they didn't do it.
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Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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