Saturday, July 22, 2017

Please misunderestimate The Donald

John H. Hinderaker, a distinguished lawyer and a graduate of Harvard Law School, agrees with me on Robert Mueller. He writes:
I take it as a given that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is part of the Democratic Party’s effort to destroy the Trump administration. This is evidenced by the fact that he has staffed his investigation with Democratic Party activist lawyers and contributors to the Hillary Clinton campaign, and by his expansion of his “investigation” beyond any reasonable interpretation of his charge.

Mueller evidently hasn’t found any evidence linking the Trump campaign to whatever the Russians did during the 2016 campaign–no one else has either–so instead of giving up, he is broadening his investigation to include President Trump’s business dealings.

I conclude that Mueller is not discharging his office of special counsel in good faith, but rather is acting as an agent of those who are trying to destroy or impede the Trump administration, and should be fired.

Trump is in a war. The good thing is, I think he knows it.
Our great national pastime is underestimating The Donald.

His new communications director, notes:
"I grew up in the middle class, and so there's a struggle out there. The president saw that before I did. I wish I could tell you I saw it before him, but he taught it to me.
"He's the most competitive person I've ever met, okay? I've seen this guy throw a dead spiral through a tire. I've seen him at Madison Square Garden with a top coat on, he's standing in the key and he's hitting foul shots and swishing them. He sinks 3-foot putts,"
Please, Mr. Robert Swan Mueller III, please misunderestimate The Donald.

What kind of name is "Swan?"

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