Immediately after telling CNN's Jake Tapper that it wasn't a crime for Paul Manafort to share polling data with Ukrainians, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani attacks Michael Cohen's father for supposedly having ties to the Ukrainian mob.
Immediately after telling CNN's Jake Tapper that Paul Manafort sharing polling data with his Ukrainian associates wasn't criminal, Trump's lawyer did his best to smear Michael Cohen's father-in-law by suggesting he has mob ties there.
It's hard to take Rudy Giuliani's ramblings seriously, but he is a counselor to a United States president.
As Trump was boarding a helicopter for his latest photo-op at the southern border, he was asked about the very damaging news that his former campaign chairman met with Russians to give them polling data.
Trump said he didn't know anything about Manafort sharing polling data with Russians, but he's used that excuse many times and many times he's been caught lying. He has a tell.
In one of the stupidest statements made this week (!) Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma excused Paul Manafort sharing polling data with a pro-Putin oligarch because the guy was a long-time business associate.
Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma says it wasn't a crime for Manafort to share polling data with a pro-Putin oligarch because he knew the guy before the campaign started. Really.
Fox's Shepard Smith and Judge Andrew Napolitano both agree that Mueller can likely prove that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians after it was revealed that Manafort shared polling data with a Russian operative.
Listen up, Fox News Zombies: Napolitano drove a nail in the "No Collusion!" nonsense. The legal term is conspiracy, and the evidence is there.
Speaking on "The Beat with Ari Melber' Wednesday, Malcolm Nance observed that with the latest revelations coming out from the unredacted "redacted" filing, there may have not only been collusion/conspiracy, but also treason.
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