Tag: Indictments

Yes, Trump should be “thrilled” by this week’s news — indictments and all | Salon.com

President Donald J. Trump smiles while addressing delegates on the first day of the Republican National Convention at the Charlotte Convention Center on August 24, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The four-day event is themed "Honoring the Great American Story." (David T. Foster III-Pool/Getty Images)

he is reportedly happy about the indictments, “thrilled” they are what he thinks of as light charges, and already anticipating how the cases can be leveraged for his big comeback in 2024 because it will “hurt Sleepy Joe.” He plans to make this latest “witch hunt” a theme of his upcoming rallies and since his political career has been built upon relentless whining, which his followers eat up with a spoon, he may just be right.

Source: Yes, Trump should be “thrilled” by this week’s news — indictments and all | Salon.com

Michael Cohen says Trump’s time is up: “There’s no way anybody’s getting out of it” | Salon.com

Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney to President Donald Trump, departs his Manhattan apartment for prison on May 06, 2019 in New York City. Cohen is due to report to a federal prison in Otisville, New York, where he will begin serving a three-year sentence for campaign finance violations, tax evasion and other crimes. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Michael Cohen said Thursday that all roads lead to former President Donald Trump, at least as far as the indictments handed down against his family business are concerned. Cohen, Trump’s former personal attorney, reacted on CNN to Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg being placed in cuffs and charged with grand larceny, among an assortment of other crimes on Thursday, marking it as a signal the walls are closing in on the former commander-in-chief.

Source: Michael Cohen says Trump’s time is up: “There’s no way anybody’s getting out of it” | Salon.com

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Why loyalty to Trump is a loser’s gamble

Amanda Marcotte

From jail to death via COVID-19, Trump always leaves his followers to pay the price — yet they remain faithful