Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Reporters question Trump Administration about Russian Connections


The White House keeps spinning the story about Donald Trump, Jr. meeting with a Kremlin-linked attorney to obtain damaging information on Hillary Clinton. All of the stories that have been released, even from Junior – especially from Junior, have been conflicting.
Now there is a new excuse to make it appear as though everything is kosher. During an interview with  CNN’s Alisyn Camerota, Sebastian Gorka, the Nazi sympathizer in the White House, offered another excuse for why the clandestine meeting is a nothing story the media should not even be covering.  A huge nothingburger.
CAMEROTA: The question is that why then, if this was all on the up and up, did the president’s son Donald Jr. not disclose — not only not disclose it, but didn’t actually use the right story when first asked about it, saying that the meeting was about adoption but that wasn’t what the real story was. And he’s not alone. I mean, let’s pull up this graphic for you of seven people related to the Trump campaign somehow — Michael Flynn, Jeff Sessions, Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort, Don Jr., Carter Page, J.D. Gordon — none of them adequately disclosed the meetings with Russians until the press found out about it. What’s going on?
GORKA: Nothing. You heard their statements. You heard Don Jr.’s statements that told you everything you need to know. He’s not even a member of the administration.
Oh yeah, he’s not a member of the administration, but Trump Jr. was an official member of his father’s presidential campaign. He met with a foreign entity to gain research against the woman his father was running against and the idea that Trump knew nothing about it is ludicrous.
This is what it looks like when a father serves his son up for sacrifice in order to save is own skin. This is the kind of “man” we have for a president. What a class act.

RELATED: Watch Kellyanne Conway Deny Trump Jr.’s Collusion While Admitting There Was Collusion

Watch the interview here:

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