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Re: “Total Exoneration” to total BS

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Here's interesting factual data about Roy Cohn, tRump's attorney from the 70s, pertaining to tRump's ability to recognize the difference between a good attorney and a a less good attorney...

 

The President also asked McGahn in the meeting why he had told Special Counsel’s Office investigators that the President had told him to have the Special Counsel removed. McGahn responded that he had to and that his conversations with the President were not protected by attorney-client privilege. The President then asked, “What about these notes? Why do you take notes? Lawyers don’t take notes. I never had a lawyer who took notes.” McGahn responded that he keeps notes because he is a “real lawyer” and explained that notes create a record and are not a bad thing. The President said, “I’ve had a lot of great lawyers, like Roy Cohn. He did not take notes.”

Here is an example of Roy Cohn's ethical practices...

 

In 1986, a five-judge panel of the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court disbarred Cohn for unethical and unprofessional conduct, including misappropriation of clients' funds, lying on a bar application, and pressuring a client to amend his will. In this case in 1975, Cohn entered the hospital room of the dying, comatose Lewis Rosenstiel; the multi-millionaire founder of Schenley Industries, forced a pen to his hand and lifted it to the will in an attempt to make himself and Cathy Frank—Rosenstiel's granddaughter—beneficiaries. The resulting marks were determined in court to be indecipherable and in no way a valid signature




Roy Cohn died six weeks later of AIDS related conditions.
He maintained to everyone that he had liver cancer.
A liar to the end.
An example liddle donnie bonespurs is using today...
He is useless on top of the ground - he should be under it - inspiring the cabbages... Mark Twain 1894 - APPLIES TO TRUMP TODAY
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One can only guess, but it seems likely that Cadet Bonespurs and his worshipers were so convinced everything that came out during the investigation was total BS they figured the actual report would have none of those revelations and hence nothing to expose lil donny's vast web of criminality and treason.

 

Then Toady Barr gins up a 4 page "summary" cherrypicking stuff where the report said donny was probably guilty, but we couldn't prove it yet so Congress needed to look into the matter, leaving out everything except "we couldn't prove it" and the Bonespurs congregation went wild.

 

So there's plenty of evidence to impeach and convict, but there's also Republicans in the Senate who love Power more than they love Justice, so we'll just have to wait until Jan 2021 to charge the EX-ToadPOTUS and throw him and his family in jail.

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“Total Exoneration” to total BS

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https://www.vox.com/2019/4/19/18507488/trump-mueller-report-total-**bleep**-total-exoneration

 

Trump liked the Mueller report when it looked good for him. Today he called it “total bullbleep”

 

“Total EXONERATION” to total BS in less than a month.

 

President Donald Trump has gone from “Total EXONERATION” to “total **bleep**” on special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation in less than a month.

 

 

After Attorney General Bill Barr released a March 24 letter to Congress announcing that Mueller was ending his investigation and had decided not to pursue criminal charges against Trump, the president tweeted, “No Collusion, No Obstruction, Complete and Total EXONERATION.”

 

 

Even at the time, however, there were indications that Trump was getting ahead of himself. Barr’s brief letter didn’t include a single complete sentence from the Mueller report he was purportedly encapsulating, and even the fragments he did include made it explicitly clear that Mueller was not exonerating Trump.

 

 

Less than four weeks later, Trump is now singing a very different tune. With a redacted version of the Mueller report now available for public consumption, Trump on Friday morning labeled parts of it “total **bleep**.”

 

 

Donald J. Trump
 
@realDonaldTrump
 

...agreed to testify, it was not necessary for me to respond to statements made in the “Report” about me, some of which are total **bleep** & only given to make the other person look good (or me to look bad). This was an Illegally Started Hoax that never should have happened, a...

 
 

Trump’s early position gave credence to the report when it served him well. But now that it doesn’t, the report is nonsense. Life comes at you fast.

 

 

In an earlier tweet, Trump particularly singled out comments from former White House counsel Don McGahn, included in Mueller’s report. McGahn was extensively cooperative with Mueller’s team, and part of his testimony detailed Trump’s unconventional beliefs about lawyers — beliefs that alluded to how fast and loose Trump’s lawyers handled his business before he became president. From the report:

 

 

The President also asked McGahn in the meeting why he had told Special Counsel’s Office investigators that the President had told him to have the Special Counsel removed. McGahn responded that he had to and that his conversations with the President were not protected by attorney-client privilege. The President then asked, “What about these notes? Why do you take notes? Lawyers don’t take notes. I never had a lawyer who took notes.” McGahn responded that he keeps notes because he is a “real lawyer” and explained that notes create a record and are not a bad thing. The President said, “I’ve had a lot of great lawyers, like Roy Cohn. He did not take notes.”

 

 

As McGahn alludes to in that excerpt and makes clear in other parts of his testimony, Trump asked him to fire Mueller, but McGahn refused to act on the request. Ultimately, the refusal of McGahn and other aides to act on the president’s directives to interfere with the Mueller investigation limited the president’s legal exposure.

 

 

“The President’s efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful,” the report states, “but that is largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests.”

 

 

Mueller also notes that he agrees with the Nixon-era opinion of the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) that a sitting president cannot be indicted. So while Trump may have escaped prosecution, there’s no denying that Mueller’s final report paints a deeply unflattering portrait of a president who stopped at nothing in his efforts to thwart the special counsel’s work.

 

 

Hence, “TOTAL Exoneration” has now become “total bullbleep.”

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