Appearing on Meet the Press to win voters and close the deal for Donald Trump in these waning days before November, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway promised her future president would indeed sue all those many many women who have been saying nasty things about him—but only after the election.
When asked by "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, "Why not sue them now?" Kellyanne Conway responded: "Because we're busy winning the presidency."
"We're a little bit busy over here doing that," she said.
"He's just putting people on notice that they can't just falsely accuse him."
So Dear Leader's hesitation in suing the we-forgot-how-many women who have come forward to accuse him of acts of sexual assault is not that he is lying about the encounters or worried about the process of legal discovery that would shed more light on them, but because all the arrayed forces of Dear Leader and company, all ten "billion" dollars worth plus whichever Republican functionaries can be pried away from the ol' porcelain throne on any given day, can't walk and chew gum at the same time.
Once the election is over and Donald Trump is president, though, he'll have plenty of time. Lots and lots of time. As long as two important events never happen at the same time, during his presidency, he will be on top of things.
A reminder: Please do not feel sorry for Kellyanne Conway. She knew what boat she was boarding when she hoisted her luggage over the side. It is a difficult job, being the chief explainer of what the words coming out from Donald Trump's face-hole really mean and why they really make sense, but this is the path she has chosen. As long as she remembers to cash the checks before November, this will all work out for her.
Oh, she also pushed the notion that dead people will be voting in the election and admitted her team is behind because Hillary Clinton has more money than her boss, but whatever.