Why worry about the nagging details of actual policy when a good photo-op exerts its own magic?
You can commit almost any sin, no matter how terrible or suggestive of bad character, and still receive a Top Secret clearance as long as you disclose it.
It seems that Kushner’s most important rival is not even inside the White House at all, but is instead a far right hedge fund family with more money than sense.
The Trump administration seems uninterested in doing anything about Syria’s new nerve gas, or probable Russian involvement, other than blame their predecessors.
The secretive liaison fits the pattern of meetings between high-level Trump allies and agents of Russian influence.
Trump did promise to run government like his business, after all, and there’s no profit in standing up for the oppressed gay men of Chechnya — or anyone else.
The White House personnel who showed Rep. Nunes those intelligence reports have been identified, and neither is a surprise.
What does she know that terrifies them so much, and when did she know it? What could have made Trump and his cronies risk an appearance of guilty posturing?
The Senate Intelligence Committee wants to question Donald Trump’s son-in-law about a December meeting with a Russian spy who runs a bank for Vladimir Putin.
Until now, government-as-family-enterprise has been common abroad, but not in Washington, DC.