“I don’t do sneaky things. I don’t leak. I don’t do weasel moves.” James Comey.
The morning after the ‘big’ 60 Minutes Stormy Daniels interview, the Washington Post is keeping ‘Democracy Alive‘ by opening Al Capone’s Vault, err…. Stormy Daniels’ Vault and dishing this sordid story, “Stormy Daniels, Donald Trump, and Shark Week: ‘He made me sit and watch’.” Oh, THE HORROR!
Stormy Daniels says that when she knocked on Donald Trump’s private bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel in July 2007, the adult film actress found the “Celebrity Apprentice” figure already engaged. Too busy to talk business, or jump into what Daniels would later describe as extramarital sex. Everything had to wait.
Trump was glued — like millions of others across the globe in more than 70 countries — to the television.
“I remember arriving, and he was watching ‘Shark Week,’” Daniels told Anderson Cooper in Sunday’s must-see “60 Minutes” interview. “He made me sit and watch an entire documentary about shark attacks.”
Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell appears to be fixated on the “studs” in the Trump Administration. I couldn’t quite figure out whether he was making a veiled reference to Stormy Daniels, or refurbishing the Oval Office for Trump’s second term. Now rumor does have it that Mr. Swalwell has spent some serious time personally investigating the Trump/Stormy connection. He brags that he’s logged at least 40 hours on Ms. Daniels rather ‘ample’ website.
Somebody had both the facts (IG and DOJ) and cajones to not let McCabe pull a #LoisLerner . You, Mr. Swalwell, should be less worried about the 'studs' in the Trump organization and more worried about Barack Obama's pension. After all, a fish rots from the head.
— ThePublicEditor.com (@TPE_PubEditor) March 17, 2018
**Disclaimer–Just kidding, Mr. Swalwell. We won’t know for sure that you’ve been using your Government computer to log onto porn sites until we finish the investigation. Oh, and as far as using your Congressional Expense Account to pay for your PornHub subscription….? I’m sure you have a perfectly logical explanation.
Gus Kenworthy’s opinion of Ivanka Trump’s visit to the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics should more appropriately be called Gus’ “Notworthy” opinion. Stupid play on words, but….Stupid is and stupid does.
The great thing about the 1st Amendment is that the uniformed and opinionated get to express themselves freely. Had you chosen to question why the murderous Nork Dictator's sister,Kim Yo-jong, was there rather than Ivanka, your opinion might actually have been worth two spits.
— ThePublicEditor.com (@TPE_PubEditor) February 25, 2018