Deranged claims and bad English are what remains as Trump tries to spin a strange tale of innocence, playing the “victim” of the “FBI, DOJ, and CIA”. And, sensitive to being called a tool of FoxNews, Trump gives a minor RW news channel (OANN) a shout-out.
Right, no justification for investigations…
✅ Trump Tower “adoption” lie
✅ Trump Advisor Roger Stone Indicted
✅ Trump Chair Paul Manafort Convicted
✅ Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Pled Guilty
✅ Trump Aide Rick Gates Pled Guilty
✅ Trump NSA Advisor Michael Flynn Pled Guilty
— ♻️🇺🇸 Christopher Zullo (@ChrisJZullo) March 15, 2019
You obviously know that the report will be damaging and, and assisted by your friends on State Television, are trying very, very hard to discredit it in advance. No one ever accused you of being too subtle.
— Dan Abrahams (@DanM50) March 15, 2019
most of the dossier has been confirmed. it said the Russian were trying to help you win election, and that an inordinate number of your campaign staff were in contact with Russians. it turned out to be: Sessions, Flynn, Papadopolous–all in contact with Russian intelligence
— Birmingham Weekly (@BhamWeekly) March 15, 2019
That’s nice but you reacted to this terrorist attack by tweeting a link to Breitbart.
This is like linking Arby’s and then denouncing meat.
— RentFreeHat (@Popehat) March 15, 2019
Trump deletes Breitbart post about how 'tough' his supporters can get https://t.co/VkDfa7N0JX
— Major Garrett (@MajorCBS) March 15, 2019
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) March 15, 2019
2. This is something Sartre noticed in 1944: Nazis rhetoric often includes absurd jokey flourishes, to better destabilize reality. From Sartre's "Anti-Semite and Jew": pic.twitter.com/K6eDj2zO5O
— Jeet Heer (@HeerJeet) March 15, 2019
New: Mueller may not be done with Manafort yet. Court documents and pre-sentence hearings that dealt with the breach of his plea deal suggest that prosecutors might have more ammunition to go after him on matters that go “to the heart” of the Russia probe. https://t.co/aXl3TiJuBO
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) March 15, 2019