The GOP Rep from New York cannot handle the tough questions from a calm NBC reporter about corruption in Ukraine.
In a media scrum, the GOP rep from New York cannot handle being asked real questions about Ukraine and Trump by an actual reporter.
The unstable lawmaker tracking Marie Yovanovitch claims he was drunk-texting when he sent threatening messages about her.
Also, he's running for Congress while (allegedly!) drunk-texting reporters. Classy!
Color the Deadline White House crew skeptical of the date the Treasury Secretary wants to finally release the numbers: December 2020. Uh huh. Sure.
COVER UP. The better to hide Trump's financial crimes with, my dear. Nicolle Wallace and crew are right to be suspicious.
"Here's the answer. You take it from a binary choice of two lanes, you create a third lane. You take the word impeachment and you change it to 'criminal activity,' " the marketing pro said.
Analyzing Mayor Pete's assessment of Trump's draft-dodging ways, the Deadline White House crew was extremely impressed.
Tim O'Brien said Trump always leveraged debt, and then suddenly he had a lot of unexplained cash.
"Based on reporting as of last night, only 50% of the individuals and entities on that list of 81 are actually cooperating in some form," Heidi Przybyla reported.
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