Mon, 21 January 2019
If Donald Trump does absolutely nothing today, it might not be the best he could do, but maybe the best we could hope for. As Donald cozies up under the blankies for a day of cable TV, David Waldman catches us up on the complexities behind his big scandals:
If giving water to someone dying of thirst is illegal, what humanity is left in the law of this country? Humanitarian aid isn’t always a crime. Just talking about immigration makes Donald Trump a little thirsty.
As a transnational crime syndicate, Russia should be expected to use criminals as assets. David spends some time looking into the collection of criminals and assets lined up by the the Southern District Court of New York.
Paula Apynys reaches back to offer Democrats a simple lesson, via Brian Beutler: Stop having good faith deals with bad faith people.