Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe pulled no punches while discussing Trump's latest round of corrupt pardons, calling them the "culmination of those acts of Obstruction Of Justice" in the Mueller Report.
Andrew McCabe: Trump 'Actively Engaged In Undermining The System Of Justice That He Is Supposed To Protect And Defend'
Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe weighs in on Trump's latest series of corrupt pardons on CNN's New Day.
Outrage After Postal Service Misses Court-Ordered Election Day Deadline. "It's how we all thought they would do it. It's what they said they wouldn't do. And it's exactly what they are doing."
Garrett Graff at Politico Magazine runs through the many creative ways Trump can continue to be corrupt and degenerate as an ex-president.
The only copies are gone! Poof!
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW): "Reminder that Louis DeJoy still needs to be fired."
Eric Trump Attacks Joe Biden For Owning A 'Mansion On The Water' In Delaware When Asked About NYT Article On Trump Corruption
Eric Trump attempts to deflect from his family's corruption that was reported by The New York Times by asking how Joe Biden "can afford that mansion on the water in Wilmington, Delaware."
When asked about the blockbuster New York Times reporting on his father's taxes, self-dealing, and funneling millions from special interests and foreigners into his properties, Eric Trump deflected by ranting and raving about how much money his father has supposedly lost running for president and attacked Joe Biden for living in a mansion.
The administration calls Moncef Slaoui, who leads its vaccine race, a “contractor” to sidestep rules against personally profiting from government positions. Slaoui owns $10 million in stock of a company working with his team to develop a vaccine.
Because Trump has surrounded himself with conservatism's least competent blowhards—namely, whichever self-promoting grifters impress him during Fox News appearances—the executive orders produced manage to both do extremely bad things, and to do them illegally.
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