This one makes me go hmmm. Is “I’m a credulous oaf” a way to pivot towards impeachment after you stuck up for Trump 24 hours ago? Perhaps someone who makes an old fashioned with brandy instead of whiskey could give me a little more insight on this dolt’s strategy in the comments:
NEWS: GOP Sen. Ron Johnson tells WSJ that the U.S. ambassador to the EU told him in August that the status of aid to Ukraine was tied to Trump’s interest in having Kiev investigate certain matters. Johnson confronted Trump, who denied it. w/@siobhanehughes https://t.co/GPLBKsc9rm
— Rebecca Ballhaus (@rebeccaballhaus) October 4, 2019
You can always safely take the under with Marco, who’s looking like a human sweat drop in the video below:
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida tells reporters he thinks Trump was just kidding when he publicly asked China to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.
“I don’t think it’s a real request,” Rubio told reporters on Friday. “I think he did it to get you guys. I think he did it to provoke you to ask me and others and get outraged by it.”
This morning in the Florida Keys, @marcorubio was asked about the President calling on China to investigate @JoeBiden – see his answer ?@CBSMiami @MiamiHerald @alextdaugherty @MarcACaputo @PatriciaMazzei pic.twitter.com/3t1nTMWixn
— Jim DeFede (@DeFede) October 4, 2019
Yes, Marco, we know that Daddy is always joking when he calls Mommy bad names, and she’s only wearing big sunglasses today because her eyes are sometimes sensitive to sunlight.
And, oh yeah, Mitt thinks Trump has been very, very naughty and might well not get a second slice of cake after dinner, or something. Not to piss on him too much – it’s a good statement – but he has a history of big talk and no action.
By all appearances, the President’s brazen and unprecedented appeal to China and to Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden is wrong and appalling.
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) October 4, 2019