Because golf trip #109 is this weekend, as Trump grasps for reasons.
Except even in the ‘fake’ questions released by your lawyers, there are 14 Russian ‘collusion’ questions.
It is strange that he’s now left with resurrecting the ‘hoax’ meme, because he’s too busy doing something, something… book promotion. Where’s the Cucking Stool, because witch hunt!
Jarrett’s willingness to shill for the president appears boundless, and his sycophancy has checked all the boxes to earn a coveted spot in a Trump tweet:
- Jarrett has repeatedly claimed that even if the president or his team colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election, they wouldn’t have broken any laws. During an appearance on Hannity, the Fox analyst went so far as to argue that, because “the Constitution gives us the freedom to freely associate with anybody, including Russians,” “Vladimir Putin, former KGB, could have sat in on that [Donald Trump Jr.] meeting and it wouldn't be a crime.” In another appearance, he said, "It was always a myth that collusion in a political campaign is a crime." Jarrett also claimed, “Even conspiring to subvert the government doesn't rise to the level of treason.”