The "Don't Sugarcoat It" award for this week goes to Hillary Clinton.
Hillary is right. What happened to the Republican Senate that even those not up for reelection this year are letting Trump get away with foreign interference in our elections even today?
Have they been lobotomized?
HILLARY CLINTON: Joy, it does surprise me and it really saddens me. I served with a lot of people who are still there. And I give a lot of credit to the bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee that just came out with a fifth volume that really goes chapter and verse about all of the interference in the 2016 election. But more importantly, that it continues today. You know, you have the intelligence officials of even the Trump administration sounding the warnings. And you have a lot of good legislation that has come out of the House under Nancy Pelosi that goes to the Senate and is just basically buried by Mitch McConnell. I don't understand what has happened to the people that I served with, I worked with, I traveled with, who literally seem to have had like a lobotomy or something. They have given up their principles, their values, their backbone to following Trump regardless of where he leads, which they know, and I believe they know, is, you know, unconstitutional, often illegal, reckless, wrong, whatever adjective you want to use. So I can't explain it, Joy. I give credit to people like Mitt Romney who do stand up and speak out. But I wish that there had been more, like Margaret Chase Smith, who was the first Republican Senator to spoke out against Joe McCarthy back in the early '50s. You know, where is that kind of leadership? And it really saddens me that it seems to be absent.