Instead, while we get to hear the woman who has known Clinton since elementary school call the Democratic nominee “woke,” from the Trump camp we hear from Tony Schwartz, the guy who co-authored The Art of the Deal, and one of his classmates from New York Military Academy: “It helped teach him how to take a punch and how to give a punch back.” Comforting things to hear about the potential future leader of the free world. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Declines Snapchat Interview Because Who Needs Millennial Voters?
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“That’s what I’m saying with the not being informed because those people aren’t informed,” Schumer said. “You know, if you go, ‘Why don’t you like Hillary?’ they’ll go, ‘She lied about her emails. What else is she going to lie about?’ People get one fact and that’s what they latch on to about a candidate. They’ll go, ‘She lied about that.’ I’m like, ‘Well Donald Trump has a fake college. Donald Trump doesn’t pay his workers. He won’t release his taxes.’ There’s never been a nominee that has not released his taxes. I haven’t had a conversation with anyone who doesn’t like Hillary where they’ve had anything meaningful to say.” … [Read more...] about Amy Schumer: I’ll Move to Spain if Trump Wins
(CNN) — President Donald Trump is adding three seasoned lawyers to his impeachment legal defense team, people familiar with the matter said, including Kenneth Starr, the hard-charging prosecutor whose work led to President Bill Clinton’s impeachment. … [Read more...] about Harvard’s Alan Dershowitz Joins President Trump’s Impeachment Defense Team
Op-ed article writer Wayne Sandholtz sees looming autocracy in the Senate’s refusal to go along with impeachment (surprise!) and what the Supreme Court might or might not do about executive immunity. Serious stuff, but hardly reminiscent of the Cultural Revolution or the Gulag. … [Read more...] about Letters to the Editor: Trump is giving us a real-time lesson in how democracies die
These childish efforts to shun me because I refused to change my position on civil liberties that I have kept for half a century discourages vibrant debate and may dissuade other civil libertarians from applying their neutral principles to a president of whom they disapprove. But one good thing is that being shunned by some “old friends” on Martha’s Vineyard has taught me who my real friends are and who my fairweather friends were. From a personal point of view, I could not care less about being shunned by people whose views regarding dialogue I do not respect. … [Read more...] about Maxine Waters does not speak for Democrats or liberals