In this photo, taken on February 20, 2017, traditional Russian wooden dolls depicting President Donald J. Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin were on display and for sale at a souvenir shop in St. Petersburg, Russia.
(Credit AP Photo by Dmitri Lovetsky)
A huge question? What if there is some ties, links, or whatever that is found between Trump-Putin/Russia (e.g., monetary, business, promises, sanction deals, blackmail, or anything else) — what would this all GOP-run Congress do?
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No matter how or when, we need proof positive about this whole thing, but no more Trump sleight of hand games; no more clever gimmicks; no more PR stunts; no more Flim-Flam moves, and certainly no more con-artist slick tricks.
So, next week is very busy - two issues in play and a lot at stake:
Issue #1: The stakes will be high when FBI Director James Comey testifies before a House panel Monday morning on President Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claim that his predecessor “wire tapped” Trump Tower during the campaign last year. It will be Comey’s first public discussion of the explosive charges that Trump leveled in a series of tweets early on a Saturday morning two weeks ago, accusing President Barack Obama of wiretapping or conducting surveillance last year on Trump and his campaign.
Issue #2: Committee will also press Comey on whether Trump's campaign, Russia, or others colluded and to what extent.
As before stay tuned - we the people have a compelling need to know and no more tap dancing by anyone.