“At least two members of Trump’s legal team, John Dowd and Jay Sekulow, have reportedly expressed concerns over an investigators’ interview of the president. The lawyers, as well as several White House aides, fear that the president might contradict himself or make a false statement to investigators, which is a federal crime, the Times writes, citing four people familiar with the White House’s thinking.”—-
‘Contradict himself’ , or ‘make a false statement’?? C’mon, let’s say it out loud and don’t be so coy: lying! Isn’t that what he and his gang of sycophants usually do? But, perhaps someone should convince Trump that this would be a terrific opportunity to conduct this interview in public and come clear! Have it televised! “Think about the ratings, Mr President! The best ever, period!”
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