The game is on…
Every news cycle, order of the day,
Business ‘n ante up to play….
Is it quid pro quo or is it more brazen these days?
As of 2019, myriad criminal charges (near 200), indictments (37), multiple plea deals and convictions, and some 20 or so investigations plague the President’s administration.
In this sense the next presidential election, 2020, will be referendum-time with the US electorate as jury.
If you’re a fan of the pres and his style of business, transactional, then you’re probably still a fan even as a Department of Justice report paints a dire case.
You might say the current US president’s a strong man, a survivor in a tough world.
History will be an ultimate judge, but for now it’s more of the same.
The DOJ Mueller report will be one of many questions the US voting electorate has to judge.
One of the biggest questions of the past two years — something that fueled the news coverage, the federal investigation and congressional scrutiny — is why so many people around Mr. Trump lied, misled and changed their stories. People hoping that Mr. Mueller would resolve those questions will be disappointed. Time and again, Mr. Mueller seems as confused as anyone else about the motives.
— Matt Apuzzo