Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
AXIOS is a typical leftist website, committed to Hillary (well, maybe not so much now) and committed to being anti-Trump. We continue to join Diogenes in looking for that honest man on the left although, Alan Horowitz has been pretty fair with Trump on this so-called Mueller investigation. It's nice to have a good surprise once in a while! It's good to stay in touch with what the crazies are saying as a clue as to what they are doing.]
At the start of a meeting with senior military leadership Monday night, President Trump blasted the FBI's raid of his personal lawyer's office, calling it a "disgraceful situation" and an "attack on our country in a true sense ... an attack on what we all stand for."
The big picture: This is a consistent response from Trump, who has accused the probe of unfairly targeting him and who has lashed out against his attorney general for failing to restrain its spread.
[They go on to post "Key Quotes" from President Trump at the meeting. Go HERE to read more.]
Trump also criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia investigation: "[H]e made what I consider to be a very terrible mistake for the country. But you'll figure that out."
And he went after James Comey: "Well I turned out to do the right thing [firing former FBI Director James Comey.] If you look at all of the things he's done and the lies, and you look at what's going on at the FBI ... turned out I did the right thing."
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Sources close to the president say that a political dispute with special counsel Robert Mueller has turned visceral and personal after the feds' raid on the New York offices of Michael Cohen, Trump's personal lawyer and fixer.
What we're hearing: One of the sources said: "Mueller's investigation has been drip, drip. This was a giant leap forward ... a personal hit. ... They were moving in inches. Today, they moved a mile."
[Inserted "quotes" from "inside sources at the White House"]
The president — arms crossed defiantly — held a stunning on-camera venting session during an appearance with his senior military leadership where a potential strike on Syria took second billing to Michael Cohen ("With all of that being said, we are here to discuss Syria tonight").
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Well, that was an interesting romp through leftist land. Not as nasty as most but more passive-aggressive in their presentation. It nearly sounds like real news so more believable to those who never do their own research.
I think it is always good to keep an eye on lefty sites. Kinda energizing for me informing me more that I am on the "right side" of history.
Intercourse the Left.