THE TRUMP ORGANIZATION, 1600 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NW — Seems as though Jared Kushner was able to keep his father-in-law from tweeting yesterday while former FBI Director James Comey forthrightly accused Donald Trump and his White House sycophants of lying, plain and simple.
But associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones, a woman of clear vision who is able to go wherever she wants in the White House, saw, in the West Wing, Trump’s personal lawyer, Wall Street superlawyer Marc Kasowitz, a man who has very aggressively and successfully defended his client. Yesterday, after Comey hit several homers in his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Kasowitz demanded that Comey be investigated for leaking his contemporaneous notes of his conversations with Trump through an intermediary to The New York Times, in the hopes that a special prosecutor be appointed by Trump’s Justice Department — which is, of course, what happened.
Jones then watched as Kasowitz told Trump’s White House Counsel, Don McGahn, to prepare a statement linking Comey to Edward Snowden and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. But 86-year-old Daniel Ellsberg, who famously released the Pentagon Papers to theTimes in 1971, was observed by your solitary reporter on CNN and Politico praising not only Assange and Snowden, but also Comey himself.
Clearly, according to associate solitary reporter and chief European correspondent Larry Theis, British Prime Minister Theresa May’s stunning loss in yesterday’s all-important parliamentary election was due to the fake news fact that, as we “reported" in yesterday's post, Trump snuck out of Washington to avoid Comey’s day of glory before the Senate Intelligence Committee and, instead, went to London not only to make a fool of himself, but to campaign for May.