This morning, Trump did not kick off the week with tweets about any of these meetings. It's like he can't really think of anything to say anymore, so he's just reliving his greatest triumphs of the campaign.
On Podesta, the president asked whether "the brother of John Podesta paid big money to get the sanctions on Russian Federation lifted?" This is a bad sign, folks.
The day before a March 6 debate, Brazile sent a heads-up to Clinton's aides about a question "from a woman with a rash" whose families contracted lead poisoning from the water in Flint, Michigan. "Did Hillary know?" Mr. Trump said Monday on Twitter.
President Trump on Monday went after his former Democratic rival, Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump: Did Clinton 'ever apologize for receiving the answers to the debate?' Juan Williams: Trump's risk of impeachment rises Week ahead: House eyes more help for coal country MORE, questioning whether she ever said she was sorry for getting "answers" ahead of a primary debate.
"Nobody mentions that Hillary received the questions to the debates", Trump answered, according to The Hill.
Gonzaga holds off South Carolina 77-73 in Final Four
Silva grabbed a pair of offensive rebounds on another possession, eventually getting fouled and sinking a pair of free throws. Meeks has devoured rebounds all tournament, the 14 boards he grabbed Saturday against OR bringing his tournament total to 59.
"Are you kidding me?"
Last Monday, Trump asked on Twitter why the House Intellgience wasn't investigating a uranium deal with Russian Federation that occurred during Clinton's tenure of Secretary of State or speeches her husband gave in Russian Federation. "It would be the electric chair, OK?"
"... Clinton's remarks at Georgetown followed a speech before thousands of businesswomen in San Francisco earlier [last] week - one of her first since losing the election to Trump in November - and in both cases she alternated between throwing sharp critiques at the current administration and poking fun at herself". Please support our efforts.
The Washington Post reported that Jackson's new role would put her temporarily in charge of the DOE office responsible for enforcing civil rights laws in schools as well as school's handling of sexual assaults on campus.