‘Coverup’ blared across headlines of top newspapers after release of whistleblower’s complaint about Trump…
“Whistleblower alleges coverup” read the Wall Street Journal’s top article. “Some allies of the Republican president fretted privately that the complaint and the coming House impeachment proceedings could damage Mr. Trump’s re-election prospects, even as the president and his advisers publicly argued that Democrats were overreaching and would face a backlash from voters,” the article states.
The role played by Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer and the former New York City mayor, also was explored.MARKET WATCH
THE WHISTLEBLOWER COMPLAINT
The White House officials who told me this information were deeply disturbed by what had transpired in the phone call. They told me that there was already a “discussion ongoing” with White House lawyers about how to treat the call because of the likelihood, in the officials’ retelling, that
…they had witnessed the President abuse his office for personal gain.
THE COVERUP BEGINS…
…senior White House officials had intervened to “lock down” all records of the phone call,
…they were “directed” by White House lawyers to remove the electronic transcript from the computer system in which such transcripts are typically stored
WHY HAVE REPUBLICANS BECOME THE UN-AMERICAN PARTY?
It does not require the discerning eye of Sherlock Holmes to notice that the geographic objects of Trump’s hatred are always metropolitan areas with high percentages of black inhabitants. If the far right were sincere in their concerns about urban decay, they would use their political power to provide assistance, in the form of targeted public policy, to poor neighborhoods. Needless to say, every Trump budget proposal has recommended the reduction of funding for social welfare programs, from after-school activities for children to public transit subsidies for the elderly.
Trump, according to multiple media outlets, told a private group at a midtown hotel Thursday morning that the people who gave information to the whistleblower were “close to a spy,” and said the U.S. should “handle” them like it did “in the old days” — a veiled reference to execution…
On Friday morning, seemingly pushed to breaking point by disastrous scandals and a looming impeachment, President Donald Trump tweeted a bizarre attack on CNN, accusing them of “purposely” removing a “hyphen” (actually an apostrophe) from his tweet “discribing” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA).