Trump is fortunate. The Cohen hearings distracted attention from his failure in Hanoi.
Failing is winning in Trumpworld. In reality, Trump was humiliated and snuck back into the White House under the cover of darkness.
Trump is still confused about the American legal system. Perhaps that’s why his name appears so often in court filings.
When Trump goes to prison, he’ll see many of his supporters.
Do they scan for CTE at the NFL combine?
How much Russian oligarch money is laundered through CPAC?
Politico is trying to create one of its false narratives. (Which one you ask? All of them).
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Right on cue from Politico’s Maggie Haberman:
A split between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama was inevitable. Now that they’ve made peace, keeping it will be the challenge.
The Obama and Clinton camps tried to mend their differences Tuesday, but certain dynamics won’t be as easy to overcome in the months ahead as Clinton mulls a White House bid: Some advisers around both politicians have a hard time letting bygones be bygones. The press is determined to continue to dissect the relationship. And Obama and Clinton have genuinely different interests and instincts on some big questions facing the country.
A media driven kerfuffle that the media admits it will keep alive, if nothing else, for clicks.
Where’s the substance?