Of the Goose and the Gander

Sheryl Attkisson (and some of her readers) suggest some terms she suggests President Trump should set forth if he decides to be foolhardy and appear before Mueller:

1. An exoneration letter is drafted in advance.
2. Immunity is given to top Trump aides (and they’re allowed to sit in on interview).
3. Interview isn’t recorded.
4. Lead official….
5. #2 official’s family has received large donations from Trump political friends.
6. Prior to the interview, lead official meets privately…
7. Main interviewer has expressed disdain for Trump’s opponents, such as discussing an “insurance plan” with higher-ups to undermine them….

10. Trump aides should be permitted to destroy subpoenaed or relevant public records and wipe relevant servers with a cloth or something.

It’s irrelevant if any laws were broken or how many. All that matters is if a political crony determines whether or not he meant to.

The interview will occur comfortably in Trump’s own home, and not only will it not be recorded, no notes will be taken at that time.

See her full thread here, and with reader comments included here.

Naturally, a few die hard Hilary fans are still trying to claim the emails were nothing burgers (they contained classified information were found on Huma Abedin’s husband’s unclassified laptop because she sent them to him, and Hilary removed the C for classified from some of the emails and then claimed she thought the C stood for copies). And they like to call this what-about-ism, for obvious reasons, although that is even more obviously an admission that ‘yep, we’re hypocrites but so what?’ I prefer what’s good for the goose is good for the gander.

Meanwhile, how about that Uranian One deal? New revelations make it look even more appalling than previously.

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