What could possibly go wrong?
“The senior White House adviser under scrutiny by investigators is someone close to the president…”
“Israeli intelligence officials were shouting at their American counterparts…”
“Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, did not dispute the account.”
“A former law enforcement official with first-hand knowledge of Rich’s laptop said the claim was incorrect.”
Rules of engagement.
Trump Morning Twitter’s back … and it’s not happy.
“This was a failed attempt at humor.”
“It could get people killed.”
“I hope you can let this go.”
“There is an ongoing effort to sabotage Trump personally, politically, professionally.”
“…Israel previously had urged the United States to be careful about the handling of the intelligence that Mr. Trump discussed.”
“Those releasing information to the press” the bigger issue.
“These acts, when combined, amount to intimidation and obstruction.”
“I get great intel. I have people brief me on great intel every day.”
Moment of truth.
“Whatever there is on Trump, reveal it.”
“That’s the problem with the Russians — they lie.”
“He said, ‘You are not under investigation.'”
“Simply put, sir, you cannot stop the men and women of the FBI from doing the right thing…”
“This is driven by tweets and assertions from people who don’t really know.”
“I had a fun idea in the middle of the night.”
“We just have no idea why this happened. No idea.”