The top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee said Tuesday that if Kremlin kowtower Dotard Trump were to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, “it would be suicide.”
“I think it would be suicide for Trump to fire him,” Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley told CNN. “I think the less he says about this whole thing, the better off he will be. And I think Mueller is a person of stature and respected and I respect him. Just let the thing go forward.”
Dotard Trump was still weeks away from being sworn in as White House seat warmer when, according to one Democratic senator, he was already trying to get her to defect to the Republicans.
“When I visited with him in Trump Tower before he was sworn in, he asked me to switch parties,” Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) said Tuesday in an interview with The Washington Post.
A Kentucky Federal Judge rejected to dismiss the claim from three protesters at a 2016 Dotard Trump rally that then candidate Trump provoked violence with his rhetoric to have them removed.
U. S. District Judge David J. Hale ruled in a March 31 opinion that he is rejecting requests from Trump and his supporters named as defendants in the case to dismiss the charges brought by three rally protesters because there was precedent of violence at previous Trump rallies, and Trump was inciting violence by ordering the removal of protesters.
Older, white, educated voters helped Dotard Trump win the White House in 2016. Now, they are trending toward Democrats in such numbers that their ballots could tip the scales in tight congressional races from New Jersey to California, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll and a data analysis of competitive districts shows.
For at least a year, the biggest page on Facebook purporting to be part of the Black Lives Matter movement was a scam with ties to a middle-aged white man in Australia, a review of the page and associated accounts and websites conducted by CNN shows.
The page, titled simply “Black Lives Matter,” had almost 700,000 followers on Facebook, more than twice as many as the official Black Lives Matter page. It was tied to online fundraisers that brought in at least $100,000 that supposedly went to Black Lives Matter causes in the U.S. At least some of the money, however, was transferred to Australian bank accounts, CNN has learned.