— The Hill (@thehill) April 20, 2018
Stock photo shade thrown! — Trump looks like the sweaty district manager trying to convince his skeptical boss those mysterious ‘accounting errors’ have nothing to do with him. Life’s been a little *too* real around here this week, so I’ve probably missed a lot, but just in case anybody wants a space to discuss this fascinating topic…
1. DNC's RICO case is ineffectually histrionic.
2. DNC's RICO case may be intended to provoke defendants to seek a stay as Cohen has based on their Fifth Amendment rights for political fodder.
— IPleadTheFifthHat (@Popehat) April 20, 2018
Fascinating & innovative lawsuit by DNC agnst #Russian Govt & #Trump family/associates & #Wikileaks. Will have significant sovereign immunity issues agnst Russia but if DNC can get past Motion to Dismiss by #Trump et al, serious discovery power will existhttps://t.co/50BXhaWYD3
— Mark S. Zaid (@MarkSZaidEsq) April 20, 2018
This looks, to my I-Am-Not-A-Lawyer eyes, like a good start at explaining the suit:
New Post: The Who, What, Where, When, and Why of the DNC Lawsuit (Part 1 of I don't know how many, Donald Trump is a walking, talking bar exam.) https://t.co/CT7OeC4PBT
— Max Kennerly (@MaxKennerly) April 21, 2018
Note: the 1972 DNC lawsuit against the Nixon campaign was successful; Nixon's folks paid $750K –on the day he resigned. https://t.co/nay8b51fEl
— Joan Walsh (@joanwalsh) April 20, 2018
Cohen Milstein is representing the DNC in this case. They have a history of successfully litigating complex and socially significant cases.
— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) April 21, 2018