House Intelligence chairman Adam Schiff accuses the president and attorney general of conspiring to weaponize law enforcement and classified information against their political enemies.
"I think maybe we'll see her greenlight some of these other hardline tactics these folks have been pushing for, like, say fining Trump officials who are ignoring these subpoenas," said Bloomberg reporter Rachel Cade.
Per the New York Times report, Trump had the opposite of the Midas Touch, everything Trump touched was a bad bet.
"His work was violated enough that he's willing to speak out about what should be the correct interpretation," David Gregory speculated.
"What he's doing is elevating Joe Biden and basically turning this into a one-on-one between himself and Joe Biden 18 months ahead of time," Maggie Haberman said.
Nicolette John says she knew how hard it was to do it by herself, and she wanted to help others.
He even lies about good news, Kessler said. "The GDP growing at 3.2%. That's a good number. When he speaks about even that, he can't help himself."
"By saying he'll close the border the message people get down there is, 'If you have children the gangs will turn into prostitutes or drug runners, leave now,' " said David Cay Johnston.
In a filing with a federal appeals court, the Justice Department said it agreed with the wacky ruling of a Texas federal judge that invalidated the ACA.
"What I think is quite striking is the attorney general's decision to weigh in, to kind of insert himself into this and make his own judgment, along with Rod Rosenstein," Lisa Monaco said.
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