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May 30, 2019

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Threadkiller

Collusion Never Dies.. it just smells that way..

Threadkiller

From the Byron York link:

..it now seems clear that by the end of 2017 Mueller knew that he could not establish conspiracy or coordination. That part of his investuhhigation effectively ended when 2017 did.

Yet Mueller continued his probe for more than a year, mostly focusing on obstruction allegations. Collusion as a topic of investigation might have been dead and gone by that time, but the fact that the Mueller investigation was still going on kept the collusion narrative alive. And that fed the public perception that events Mueller secretly knew were not part of a collusion scheme were still in some way suspicious.

Like Trump said this morning, Mueller is a Never Trumper.

Porchlight

>or were duped by the Russians.

Thanks for the chuckle, TM. :)

The Infamous Ignatz

There seems to be a slight problem with York's account.
Did Steele just happen to be assembling a fake dossier out of thin air for no reason, in the hope someone would pay him for the info?
He was self evidently commissioned by Hillary through her scum lawyers and scum Simpson et al at Fusion to conjure up a hit job/fairy tale.
We know this partly because Mook, a fine and pleasant lying scum, presents the implausible story that he and the campaign began to learn dribs and drabs by chance through the grape vine rather than from the guys we know they paid to create this mosaic of mendacity.

Captain Hate

Willowed

Barr created the situation for that whole Mueller fiasco by being out of town yesterday; then all of a sudden Mueller cobbles together a quick presser where he reads something awkwardly that he obviously didn't write and then Barr's underlings put out some lying statement about there being no disagreements when there obviously were.

Barr needs to stop going to these fucking conferences, just like Jeff Sessions did, until the Swamp is drained. That is Job 1 for him now and going forward.

henry

"Those lumps under the rug are not the lumps you are looking for," said the IG with the broom.

Narciso79

It's dead tm, paraphrasing dr. McCoy

MissMarple2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7e1Kf1Wbkg

Here's President Trump's press gaggle befoe he got on Marine One, where you can hear him call Mueller a Never Trumper.

Melinda

Double Willowed:


CH-

If I'm being told to "Find the Red Queen!" by Mueller, and then I'm told by Barr's Team "Yes, find it!", and in no way that statement was issued without Barr's specific approval, then I'm going to question what game I'm actually watching.

Because it patently doesn't involve a Red Queen.

I think I'm looking at a NAND gate at work and I don't know who that message was for yesterday.

Narciso79

The kavalec memo reveals what an utter fraus this exercise was, truibnikov and surkov were going to talk to a burned Russian spy, who was the alleged handler of one of their no 1 enemies

Beasts of England

You're on a roll today, henry!! 👊🏼

Threadkiller

Mueller didn't contradict Barr although he added more flavor to his alternative story.

Barr said that A happened. Mueller didn't that that A didn't happen. That equals "no conflict."

The clever part of the DoJ statement is their use of "or." " the office concluded that it would not reach a determination -- one way or the other -- "

Barr's version is not in conflict because A("one way") wasn't disputed despite Mueller dangling B("the other").

Captain Hate

Mel,

If Barr and Trump want to have a demoralized base, a few more days like yesterday and Horowitz continuing to being slower than cold molasses down a frozen pipe ought to do it.

MissMarple2

https://www.bizpacreview.com/2019/05/29/newt-calls-bs-on-mueller-ken-starr-used-the-word-guilty-against-bill-clinton-11-times-759763

Tom R

From the last thread...

TK. The little creep said this today...
"As JackIsBack learned the hard way I already explained how he was wrong to say either Mueller lied or Barr lied."

He has some inferiority issues. He's not well in the head.

When dickheads like you and JiB resort to personal attacks on a daily basis and no one but Iggy calls you out on it combined with the fact in JiB's case he turned out to be proven 100% wrong you can rest assured I am not going to let it slide. JiB even doubled down and proved himself a bigger dickhead when instead of admitting he was wrong he accused AG Barr of being part of the Deep State. Not one person here except for me called bullshit on that.

It doesn't have anything to do with having an inferiority complex. I just enjoy putting dickheads like you and JiB in their place.

Melinda

I think they're willing to risk leaving their core base hanging for a while longer because the field of play is not at all limited to 50 states. Yesterday's news in the banking world alone was more than I've seen in a lifetime. The Bank of Ireland, Bank of Singapore, it's all picking up pace.

So, Mueller and Barr put on a NothingNewness Show yesterday. Why?

MissMarple2

Captain Hate,

I am not going to get demoralized. The President is fighting this battle with few allies in DC other than a few guys in the House like Nunes, Meadows, and Jordan and some of his appointees in the cabinet and the White House.

I think he's doing an amazing job. I loved that press gaggle this morning because he is not a bit hesitant of calling out Mueller and the dem/press collusion.

Now I want to know what he's going to announce about the border.

peter

Everyone please look at tk's 9;26 post on the last thread.

MissMarple2

Melinda,

What was the banking news? I missed it.

James D.

They absolutely are doing it, CH.

Barr is clearly a swamp creature. He's shown nothing to the contrary.

He's had enough time to show that he's something better, to accomplish something, and he hasn't.

And I'm really sick of hearing about patience and how everything takes so long.

Here's a historical comparison. Pearl Harbor happened in December of 1941.

Two and a half years later, Japan's navy was smashed, Italy had surrendered, and D-Day was a week away.

We're two and a half years from the 2016 election, and what progress has been made defeating the bureaucrats of the deep state?

MissMarple2


unseen1
‏ @unseen1_unseen
25m25 minutes ago

When Schiff says the SC press conference was an epic fail, you know it was an epic fail.

https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2019/05/29/schiff-i-dont-think-muellers-statements-move-the-needle-on-impeachment/

Melinda

Directorships and heads of Central banks forced out, all purportedly tied to money laundering.

Narciso79

Because we're dealing with a rabid dog a corrupt security bureaucrat who sows terror in anybody around the world.

Tom R

he is masochistic. It has taken me too long to figure that out. I now believe that he takes pleasure in reading your comments.

I won't interact with him anymore

It does take some degree of resilience on my part to shrug off all the sewage and personal attacks that get thrown my way. I don't really enjoy it though so masochistic is the wrong term to use. I consider it defending my convictions, which IMO is a trait all conservatives should value.

I do think its very convenient how you are spinning how events played out yesterday. Yesterday you asked me several questions all of which I answered. I asked you a specific question that you said you wouldn't answer until I backed up my point about the FBI working with the Trump over the years. I provide you with a link to the FBI Vault and instead of answering the question you go into evasion mode and say you won't interact with me anymore. That is fine. I think most people here will be pleased if you can stick to your pledge. I'll take your evasion as a sign you didn't want to answer the question because it would force you to admit my reasoning was valid.

Melinda

BBL. Play nice.

Threadkiller

You're ignoring it's from both of them. OK, got it.

Posted by: Melinda | May 30, 2019 at 10:15 AM

Got what? In no way do I ignore that. Both offices are under the AG's authority.

I am suggesting that this is a mop up because Mueller introduced a controversy.

Are you saying that the SC is completely autonomous?

Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA

The Trump/Russian allegations have been obsessed-over for a few years now. There's no there there. Widespread agreement on that, all the Dems have moved on to "obstruction" of the non-crime.

The role of Hillary and the Dems has been known for just as long but it is troubling how hard it's been to get the ball rolling on that investigation. Clear indications of criminal behavior yet a feigned lack of interest in getting to the bottom of it.

Tom R

From the other thread.

Barr created the situation for that whole Mueller fiasco by being out of town yesterday; then all of a sudden Mueller cobbles together a quick presser where he reads something awkwardly that he obviously didn't write

I agree with your assessment that Mueller did not write the press release but what makes you say it is obvious that Mueller did not write it?

PS I don't think Mueller could have held that press conference without Barr's approval. That's just an assumption based on my understanding of federal government protocol rules.

Threadkiller

MM, thank you for the press gaggle video where Trump calls Mueller a Never Trumper.

Narciso79

The kavalec memo and that it was still forwarded to laycock who sent it to strzok by October 12th is the tell, who would believe such a thing.

henry

latest "discovery" on citizenship question in census.

https://twitter.com/KFILE/status/1134104965998436352

MissMarple2

Melinda,

Thanks! That's pretty important, I'd say.

As we have discussed, the funding sources are being dried up.

ALSO, I believe I heard President Trump talking about using paper ballots this morning.

Tom R

MM @ 10:16

I am a big fan of Newt but Starr operated under a different set of DOJ rules when he investigated Clinton. The official DOJ policy that a sitting POTUS could not be indicted was IIRC put in place in 2000.

Narciso79

I dont see anything about either bank in money laundering, mortgage traud with the Irish one.

Threadkiller

Trump said he will make an announcement about the illegal invaders today.

MissMarple2

Narciso,

Melinda will have to clarify. I have always found Melinda accurate on dealings in the financial world.

MissMarple2

TK,

I am ready for military deployment along with land mines.

Threadkiller

;-) MM.

MissMarple2


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
39s39 seconds ago

“Comey and Brennan are turning on each other.” @kilmeade

henry

Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
55s

“Comey and Brennan are turning on each other.” @kilmeade

Jack is Back!

So calling people Dickheads puts them in their place, says the most paranoid, attention seeking interloper we have ever had here. He's never wrong because he has a professional quality set of goal post movers.

TomR: Mr. Know-it-All!

BTW, the Barr v. Mueller conflict I believe was resolved on a neutral agreement so that Barr can get that behind him and move on the investigation of the investigation.

MissMarple2

Wow, henry! That was amazing that we tweeted at exactly the same time!

Captain Hate

I agree with your assessment that Mueller did not write the press release but what makes you say it is obvious that Mueller did not write it?

I used to give presentations at conferences and would usually practice them enough so that I needed just an outline so I could hit all points while keeping eye contact with the audience. I understand that Mueller had to use exact language for certain things but there were other boilerplate sections where he could have been more relaxed but never appeared to be so. Not reading your own words is a sure fire way to be uncomfortable. And he almost entirely read directly from the text.

PS I don't think Mueller could have held that press conference without Barr's approval. That's just an assumption based on my understanding of federal government protocol rules.

I'm sure you're right based on the DOJ backdrop. Maybe he called Barr at the last minute or the evening before and got approval.

MissMarple2

.@PressSec Sarah Sanders: "The entire existence of the Special Counsel and this process was to determine whether or not there was collusion. There was no question: He was explicitly clear in the fact that there was no collusion." pic.twitter.com/ANP7SHMkm6

— The White House (@WhiteHouse) May 29, 2019

Video at link.

henry

Myra Saefong @MktwSaefong
11m

EIA reports a bigger-than-expected weekly climb in U.S. natural-gas supplies

Captain Hate

The official DOJ policy that a sitting POTUS could not be indicted was IIRC put in place in 2000.

No, that just reiterated a position paper prepared under Nixon. Slick was a participant in a civil case. Starr's findings were used for impeachment.

Narciso79

So who was short selling yesterday and witb how much volume, or it like a syndicate deal?

MissMarple2

https://amgreatness.com/2019/05/29/another-mueller-comey-one-two-punch/

This outlines what President Trump alluded to in his press gaggle: that Comey and Mueller have been long-time friends and allies.

I had forgotten their appearing at Ashcroft's hospital bed to keep him from re-aithorizing surveillance.

Narciso79

Yes and I pointed out the significance of that event, coney rund it over like an 18 wheeler.

MissMarple2

A further Comey/Mueller connection picked up on Twitter:

Replying to @julie_kelly2 @Larry_Beech

Stephen McIntyre Retweeted Stephen McIntyre

1/ collusion between Mueller and Comey began earlier. It dates back to Mueller's contortions to assign Khobar Towers investigation to Comey in EDVA in early 2001. Comey compliantly charged "Saudi Hezbollah", rather than obvious candidate AlQaeda.

Narciso79

Actually he might have been right on that score in part, just like with the el encamto bombing in 1985 attributed to Hezbollah

sbwaters

Put on the previous thread by mistake..

AP spinning as usual. As we corrected it:

The Associated Press and others in the national media reported only one half of Mueller’s statement, "If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."

But, the AP left out Mueller’s sentence that followed, "We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime."

Tom R

CH @ 10:45

That aligns with DiGenova's claim a couple weeks back that Weissman is who wrote the "snitty" letter to Barr and leaked it to the media.

It also aligns with a theory of one of the more prominent Twitter Sleuths (Econ/Intel Chick) who used to work for the DIA. I can't link to her Twitter account but off the top of my head I think her handle is @mikayesflores.

Yesterday she said the reason behind Mueller's press conference (aside from announcing his retirement) was that members of his team (probably Weissman) were threatening to go public with a lot of stuff because they didn't like how the official report was helping Trump. I guess the rationale is Mueller did what he did because of pressure that Weissman and others were putting on him. I don't necessarily agree with it but if Weissman is who wrote the script for Mueller's comments it synchs with your observation.

Captain Hate

Here you go, narc

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/05/inverted_treasury_yield_curve_spooks_wall_street.html

MissMarple2

https://hannity.com/media-room/mueller-mayhem-mueller-backtracks-releases-joint-statement-with-barr-says-no-conflict/

Tom R

I had forgotten their appearing at Ashcroft's hospital bed to keep him from re-aithorizing surveillance.

I raised this issue last week. With hindsight 20/20 thanks to the Snowden leaks, was Comey the good guy in opposing the reauthorization surveillance laws that the Deep State has abused significantly ever since?

MissMarple2


Energy Department
‏Verified account @ENERGY
May 28

ANNOUNCED TODAY: Energy Department approves new exports of domestically produced natural gas from the Freeport LNG Terminal. Facility's expansion estimated to support up to 3,000 jobs and hundreds of indirect jobs. https://www.energy.gov/articles/department-energy-authorizes-additional-lng-exports-freeport-lng … @CEMSecretariat #CEMMI2019

Narciso79

'Were fighting robots that fly, and I have a bow and arrow, none of this makes sense'

Captain Hate

Tom,

Not to belabor this point but if Mueller was the good guy you make him out to be he could have blown them all out of the water yesterday by saying exactly what they were doing. Although I guess you could say that by looking so obviously nervous he'd surreptitiously accomplish the same thing even if it was lost on the likes of Nadler and the impeachment crowd.

The Infamous Ignatz

--When dickheads like you and JiB resort to personal attacks on a daily basis and no one but Iggy calls you out on it combined with the fact in JiB's case he turned out to be proven 100% wrong you can rest assured I am not going to let it slide.--

You should.
Not because I have lost quite a bit of respect for some people here in their dealings with you, though I have.
And not because defending yourself is wrong. It isn't.
You should for two reasons;
1. You make many good points [and many bad ones], but they are all lost in the pointless, stupid conflict that continues when you answer in kind. As OL pointed out the other day, RG makes a lot of the same points people yell at you for but there is very little conflict because he has a very different, good natured trash talking approach than you do and so defuses arguments that would become personal and ugly if he didn't.
2. It's the right thing to do.
A soft answer turneth away wrath; if your enemy thirsts give him a drink of water and by so doing pour hot coals on his head.*
If you don't rise to the bait and respond in kind but instead calmly stick to your guns [even as weird as some of your guns are], remain polite, stop with the lecturing tone and do let the insults slide one of two things will happen:

People will either keep calling you names and insulting you in spite of your politeness, which will very quickly make them appear to be unreasonable shit-stirring creeps, in contrast to your demeanor, and lose whatever support they have as the hot coals of revealing they were the real problem land on their head.

Or they will stop insulting you and calling you names and try to have serious but respectful disagreements.

Either result is better than the status quo which has made this place mighty unpleasant, no?

*I admittedly do not do as well at this as I should by a long shot.

Narciso79

Yes that was a ridiculous passage but then so was muellers monologue. And the latest plastic Turkey incident

Tom R

So, Mueller and Barr put on a NothingNewness Show yesterday. Why?

CH @ 11:11

In addition to Melinda's question is the question of why would Mueller read from a script that was likely written by Weissman? There are obviously some major uncertainties still out there preventing the dots from getting connected.

Jack is Back!

henry,

The old firm has just been given $9.6 Billion on contracts to build 3 LNG Export facilities in Texas. Big market in Europe and Asia for LNG.

https://www.enr.com/external_headlines/story?region=enr&story_id=U_FaH3mvo9QhUc2_xO_Ankh0FKphPN3HdVWt1yn_Uzi7dQncRPAcwvF6Kd6-UhsWeIezK_Cmuyh3qMATIkPk4G6YUR_8mtt9qA71HDtmt5StUtb3BeJWE3Lt0MGgXHpX&images_premium=1&define_caption=1&oly_enc_id=7999F9421378J3B

Narciso79

A wannabe lupica, who knows why:

https://babalublog.com/2019/05/30/dolphins-beat-writer-visits-cubas-potemkin-village-sings-its-praises/

Narciso79

At every step of the road, when Comey fitz Mueller could have done the right thing they've done the wrong one when they fronter for money launderers, sex traffickers serial sexual assaults et al, Mueller covered up eneffel knowledge of ray rice for instance.

Jane

Did Mueller and Nadler strike a deal in advance. Clearly Nadler knew what Mueller was going to say since he made his own speech seconds later. And Mueller didn't want to testify, knowing the republicans could tear him to shreds.

Does the Senate have the balls to subpoena him? I doubt it, and I doubt he would show up. Perhaps he is looking for a new home somewhere we can't get him back from, before the Barr report is finished.

The Deep State will do anything...

Narciso79

That was in a Chicago Tribune piece, of course they put the no knowledge spin re Goodell. Sgt schultz was more self aware.

MissMarple2

https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/446136-professor-who-has-correctly-predicted-nine-presidential-elections-says

Headline: Professor who has correctly predicted 9 presidential elections says Trump will win in 2020 unless Democrats impeach

So, who is this genius?

ALAN LICHTMAN!! Bwahahahaha!

Dave (in MA)

He really needs Stephen Miller's folks to edit his tweets before they go out, or is this just another example of 4D Chess?

hrtshpdbox

...what progress has been made defeating the bureaucrats of the deep state?

I think that far more people today are aware that a deep state exists than realized it in 2016.

I don't think Mueller could have held that press conference without Barr's approval.
Why not? He's resigning, after all, but I can't imagine Barr telling Mueller, "no, you can't speak" in any case - it would just cause problems.

Mueller's last stand was to try to deflect and discredit the coming shitstorm of truth that will ruin him and his cronies. Mueller knew there was no collusion and hung on through an election anyway, hoping to find or fabricate some obstruction? Then he should lose his pension.

henry

The Wall Street Journal @WSJ
2m

Former U.S. Republican Sen. Thad Cochran of Mississippi has died on.wsj.com/2EFKvsc

MissMarple2


Seung Min Kim
‏Verified account @seungminkim
45m45 minutes ago

Sad news: Former Sen. Thad Cochran, veteran senator and chair of the Approps Committee who resigned last year, died this morning in Oxford, Hyde-Smith's office says.

"Cochran’s family extends its gratitude for the support shown to the Senator by Mississippians over the years."

henry

Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
33s

Robert Mueller came to the Oval Office (along with other potential candidates) seeking to be named the Director of the FBI. He had already been in that position for 12 years, I told him NO. The next day he was named Special Counsel - A total Conflict of Interest. NICE!

MissMarple2

henry,

At least we now have a definite answer on why Mueller was meeting with President Trump. I know we have all speculated about it.

Now we also know he had a motive in asking.

Narciso79

That's one of the mysteries why was he there was it to give the bat signal to Rosenstein

henry

Miss M, except we shouldn't believe 100% of what Trump says because 8-D or something Sun Tzu wrote.

MissMarple2


Canada news
Trudeau to raise abortion laws with US Vice-President Mike Pence

“I’m very concerned with the situation around the backsliding of women's rights that we're seeing,” the Canadian prime minister said on Wednesday. The two are primarily meeting on Thursday to discuss the ratification process for the new NAFTA deal

Narciso79

Zoolander reminds me of that mogatu passage 'is there anybody not on crazy pills'?

Porchlight

Thanks, Iggy.

I haven't been around much in part because I've been busy but also because of the unnecessary infighting. Please for the sake of the blog, keep it civil.

Remember we are all on the same side and need each other's support.

MissMarple2


Ryan Saavedra
‏Verified account @RealSaavedra
4m4 minutes ago

Elizabeth Warren claims on ABC's "The View" that Fox News is a "hate for profit scam"

She received varying levels of pushback from all of the co-hosts on the show
============================
Despite her demeanor as an old-maid school marm, this woman is as leftist and demagogic as they come.

MissMarple2

henry,

Maybe you're right and I shouldn't take Trumps's word for it. I do think, however, there were other people in that meeting.

Narciso79

She really does think the cover of time magazine means anything.

henry

Miss M, Trump telling the truth seems to require fewer leaps in logic than the conspiracy of Trump with Mueller (and a long growing list of friends) deceptive reason for the meeting does.

Dave (in MA)
we shouldn't believe 100% of what Trump says because 8-D or something Sun Tzu wrote

Sun Tzu would have been more likely to use a smiley like

¦-D

(I'll see myself out...)

Threadkiller

At least we now have a definite answer on why Mueller was meeting with President Trump. I know we have all speculated about it.

MM, we have had this definite answer since Trump's interview in 2017 and that link and quote have been posted numerous times by Rocco and myself as well as others.

The only reason that there is a question is because of 4D Kabuki noise that gets shoved front and center so often.

MissMarple2

https://amgreatness.com/2018/05/30/dear-ex-friends-in-the-resistance/

This is a very satisfying article.

Threadkiller

Dave!

MissMarple2


Steve Herman
‏Verified account @W7VOA

There's been no independent confirmation Mueller ever told @realDonaldTrump he wanted to again be @FBI director.
=======================
The Reckoning
💥
‏ @sethjlevy
17m17 minutes ago

The Reckoning

There’s also been almost no attempt by the media to explain the events surrounding that “interview” and what preceded and followed it.

Tom R

A good observation.

https://twitter.com/jsumwon/status/1134124711951118336?s=21

GUS

as opposed to an INDIAN for PROFIT SCAM.

MissMarple2


Comfortably Smug
‏ @ComfortablySmug

The year is 2019. Rambo lives the Boomer dream of owning a McMansion in a sunny, low tax state. He spends his days buying gold and silver from rosland capital and frequenting patriotic Facebook groups.

Then a millennial disrespects the troops in public...

fdcol63 🇺🇸

I don't have enough information to prove that Mueller is a pedophile homosexual reptilian alien from Proxima Centauri b, but I can't exonerate him of those charges, either.

Dave (in MA)

RIP Leon Redbone, age 127.

GUS

I just spent nearly $40 millllllllion in tax dollars along with UMPTEEN Dem donors and Rodham accolytes. I couldn't find ANYTHING to accuse, try or detail as to MR TRUMPS involvement in ANY Collusion, conspiracy, corruption, obstruction or criminality. But I'm CERTAIN, that he is BAD.
After all, he's ORANGE. You can thank me for getting bad actors such as MANAFORT and ROGER STONE off of the streets, that is just an added bonus that I provide. BTW. There is some reason why I didn't go after RODHAM et al, but I can't remember what it is. After all, she and Glenn Simpson, along with PERKINS COIE, used RUSSIAN INTEL and a DOSSIER to FRAME the POTUS DJT.

Love D.O.F MUELLER (doddering old fool)

henry

deterred from asking. OK, send me free money.

The Wall Street Journal @WSJ
9m

JPMorgan will create a $5 million fund to compensate men who were denied or deterred from asking for parental leave as primary caregiver

Narciso79

No but he does bear a resemblance to a denebiam slime devil.

MissMarple2

Once in a while network TV delivers something worthwhile. Video at the link.

Get the tissues‼️

@Kodileerocks is blind and autistic and sings with as much as soul as the best of performers.

Kodi, thank you for this AMAZING performance‼️

*Wipes tears*

👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻pic.twitter.com/pTvtaku7xi

— MAGA❤️Gwen (@MAGAGwen) May 30, 2019
MissMarple2


Ronna McDaniel
‏Verified account @GOPChairwoman
1h1 hour ago

This is what the #USMCA will do:

*176,000 new jobs
*$34B in new US auto manufacturing investments
*boost GDP
*increase exports to Canada & Mexico

But Pelosi would rather obstruct @realDonaldTrump than ratify a deal with so many benefits.

MissMarple2


Ivan Pentchoukov
‏ @IvanPentchoukov


Trump shook @kevincorke's hand earlier today, saying "you've treated me fairly, thank you."

"Wait. Wait," the president said. "I want to answer a real reporter's question. We're gonna answer a real reporter's question, okay?"
=======================
Kevin Corke is a reporter for Fox News.

Porchlight

JPMorgan will create a $5 million fund to compensate men who were denied or deterred from asking for parental leave as primary caregiver

How many male employees of JPMorgan were primary caregivers at any time? I would venture they'd all be gay. Maybe that's the real reason for the suit.

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