The problem is whether any moles exist in the WH, if it’s all about the money, since in a Trumpian world, loyalty is difficult to buy over dinner.
In Trumpland, Comey just hadn’t got enough of the vigorish. Everyone has their price. After all, Vlad Putin is going to get a big payday when those Crimea sanctions get lifted.
It even may be too late to get The Donald’s name onto the Nobel Peace Prize shortlist. If Dylan gets the Literature Prize, who can deny the golfer-in-chief.
President Donald Trump‘s first trip abroad will be to the volatile Middle East, so security will be paramount for the commander in chief.
On his second stop, Israel, the president will be staying overnight in one of the safest places on earth – a bomb-proof, bullet-proof, poison gas-proof $5,700-a-night hotel suite that can withstand a rocket-propelled grenade or even a building collapse, NBC News reported on Friday.
Steak and ketchup in Saudi Arabia for POTUS..”Trump simply doesn’t have an affinity for much international.” https://t.co/SVcIN36tqx
Ã¢ÂÂ Katty Kay (@KattyKayBBC) May 19, 2017
No one should believe anything the National Enquirer writes. The fact that the National Enquirer says Flynn is a Russian spy likely means Flynn isn’t a Russian spy. But this story matters because the man who runs the National Enquirer, David Pecker, is a huge longtime friend of Trump. The Enquirer only runs stories that help Trump. And there is no way the Enquirer would run this story unless Team Trump thought this story helped Trump.
So the real question is why the White House thinks it’s to Trump’s advantage to suddenly throw Flynn under the bus… And finally, the “best” spin the White House could come up with is that a Russian mole got inside the White House. What’s the worse spin? What possible story could the White House be trying to hide, protect if they’re using the claim “Trump hired a Russian spy in the White House” as cover?