I was just watching Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, and they were discussing the bizarre story from over the weekend about NY Times reporter Kenneth Vogel overhearing two Trump defense lawyers at a D.C. restaurant angrily arguing about the Russia probe. The Washington Post's Robert Costa was asked his thoughts about it, and answered, "It's made me rethink going to Jimmy John's every day for lunch."
By the way, what they noted on the panel was, to make the occurrence even more ludicrous is that the restaurant where the attorneys were arguing was only a block from the New York Times Washington, D.C. office. And only two blocks (I think they said) from USA Today's. But as was also noted, "Forget how close they were to these offices...what about all the other lawyers who were there around them at lunch!"
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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