You’d think he was in Russia
Except actions don’t always equal rhetoric.
Being angry is fine. Threats aren’t.
There’s no need to be snappy
“Drive them out, drive them out, drive them out”
Alternate history month
Big deal or actual big deal?
“Israeli intelligence officials were shouting at their American counterparts…”
“He had to throw some brushback pitches to the administration.”
Rules of engagement.
Comey on political interference: “It’s not happened in my experience.”
Trump Morning Twitter’s back … and it’s not happy.
Ryan: “We’ll see where the facts lead.”
“This was a failed attempt at humor.”
“…we will execute our sworn duty and enforce the law.”
Hillary hypocrisy …. and hype?
“I do not do this for political purposes…”
Making new friends
Leave the gun, take the cannolis.
Who ya going to believe?
Behind closed doors
Low expectations met
“The real risk is not just this source.”
“…Israel previously had urged the United States to be careful about the handling of the intelligence that Mr. Trump discussed.”
Garland: Thanks, but …
“no U.S. government funding for family planning services can be given to foreign clinics or groups that offer abortion services…”
“Those releasing information to the press” the bigger issue.
“…exhausted, sometimes exasperated, but determined.”
“It’s not your territory. It’s part of the West Bank.”
Shouldn’t this be moot by now?
“Did we win anything? And this is the great negotiator?”
“This time it does seem more real.”
When the answer is always no there’s little point in asking
It will encourage more criminals, and cost taxpayers more.
What could possibly go wrong?