The attorney for Stormy Daniels suggested the porn actress had described President Donald Trump’s penis during her “60 Minutes” interview — but CBS News chickened out of airing the salacious details.
Attorney Michael Avenatti told NBC News’ Megyn Kelly that the highly anticipated program showed only about 14 minutes of the two hours of interviews Daniels gave to the network — which included details to corroborate her claims of a sexual relationship with Trump.
“60 Minutes and CBS, you know, they are a conservative network,” Avenatti said. “I mean, there is a lot of information that was said during that interview that didn’t make it into the final 60 Minutes.”
He said the network declined to air what most viewers probably tuned in to hear about
“They play it very close to the vest,” Avenatti said. “For instance, she can describe the president’s genitalia in great detail. That did not make it.”
Republicans will never say that racism is ‘racism’ — basically because they’re racist
Is there any expression of racism that Republicans will actually admit is racism? It's a question on a lot of progressive minds in the wake of Donald Trump demonizing female congresswomen of color with the "go back" canard that white nationalists and other assorted racists have long used to abuse anyone with heritage they dislike, whether that heritage is Jewish, Irish, Italian, African, Latin American or Muslim. Telling someone to "go back" is, in the ranks of racist statements, right up there with calling a person the N-word or some other rank slur. Yet, there still appears to be resistance among Republicans to admitting that is racism, which leads many on the left to wonder: If this doesn't count, then what could possibly count?
Republicans are ‘too cowardly’ to stand up for the morals they claim to have: Conservative columnist
Conservative Washington Post writer Max Boot called out Republicans for being more than willing to compromise their moral and "family" values for President Donald Trump.
In a Wednesday column, Boot said that GOP "scruples have eroded faster than the polar ice cap." There's the matter of the "Access Hollywood" tape, the race-baiting, xenophobia and now there's the matter of Jeffrey Epstein. But it was just four lone members who were willing to denounce Trump's order to four Congresswomen of color to go back to the country they came from.
Trump thinks impeachment is over after House vote
Following a vote by the Democratic House to table an effort by Rep. Al Green (D-TX) to approve articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, the president gloatingly told reporters "that's the end of it," and mocked the resolution as a "ridiculous project."
"The House of Representatives rejecting a bid to launch impeachment proceedings against President Trump, and President Trump declaring victory," reported CNN's Erin Burnett. "Telling reporters seconds ago 'We've just received an overwhelming vote against impeachment, and that's the end of it.' He went on to call it the 'most ridiculous project.' Riding high now over how the whole saga over his racist tweets is playing out."