Fox’s “Outnumbered Overtime” host Melissa Francis got an earful when she asked former Obama campaign strategist Roger Fisk for his opinion of President Donald Trump’s first two years in office. It went about as well as one might expect.
Even conservative Beverly Hallberg had difficulty mounting a full-throated defense of the president, admitting that some Trump voters had told her they’d only voted for the president out of opposition to Hillary Clinton. She added that while Republicans are happy about Trump’s judges and tax cuts, they “don’t always like his style, or his rhetoric.”
“Frankly, I’m underwhelmed by some of the things listed as his accomplishments,” Fisk replied. “I think Eric Trump could be sitting in the Oval Office, and tax cuts and Gorsuch and Kavanaugh and tax cuts for the wealthy would get passed.”
“If you can’t pass conservative justices and tax cuts angled toward wealthy with a Republican House and a Republican Senate, you’re in the wrong business,” he added.
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DOJ policy blocking Trump from being indicted ‘factored into’ the end of the Stormy Daniels case: report
Federal prosecutors decided to close the investigation into the 2016 criminal hush money payment to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal that benefitted the Trump campaign because, in part, of the policy that prevents the indictment of a sitting president, according to a new report from USA Today citing an anonymous source.
Michael Cohen has already pleaded guilty to the violation of campaign finance law. He said that he carried out the effort in coordination with and at the direction of then-candidate Donald Trump in order to increase his chances of victory in the 2016 presidential election.
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Trump’s Pentagon spokeswoman forced staff to run errands — and even help her adopt a foster child: report
On Thursday, the Department of Defense Inspector General released a scathing report on ex-Pentagon spokesperson Dana White, the result of an investigation that began last year following ethics complaints from her staff.
The IG concluded that White used federal staffers to help her run personal errands both during and outside of work hours. Officials were forced to book her personal travel, deliver lunch and snacks to her office, act as her chauffeur, handle her dry cleaning, and book a makeup artist to come to her house.