Friday News – Manafort and Kavanaugh

I’m sitting on the train with CC headed from Seattle to Vancouver and we are both reading the twitters. It’s a big news day!

 

The damn GOP knew about this the whole time yet are still trying to foist Kavanaugh on the SC.

This can’t be a good day for them or Trump.

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Off To Seattle Tomorrow

I will be wearing a plaid shirt – just ironed it

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A Dodgy Character With Small Teeth

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Yesterday – The Confirmation Hearing And Bob Woodward’s Book

Watching this video I think it is very clear that Bash receives a text, reads it, smirks a couple of times and then makes the white power sign all the while glancing up at the monitors. I have no doubt in my mind that it was deliberate.

And then we have this…

And this…

I’m buying that book. It will come in handy for my holiday reading next week in Seattle and Vancouver. Yes, I’m off on my travels with CC on Monday!

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Some Honesty

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WTF…Trump Coming To Ireland

This will be fun

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John McCain Finally Tells Sarah Palin To Fuck Off

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Courtesy of BBC.

Sarah Palin, the ex-Alaska governor who served as John McCain’s running mate when he ran for president in 2008, is reportedly banned from his funeral.

According to US media, the request to Mrs Palin – who Senator McCain later regretted selecting – was sent through a family intermediary.

A Palin “family source” told NBC News that “out of respect” to the family, “we have nothing to add at this point”.

Mrs Palin was unveiled as McCain’s running mate exactly 10 years ago.

“The Palin family will always cherish their friendship with the McCains and hold those memories dear,” the family representative told a reporter on Wednesday.

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Image captionMeghan McCain, daughter of Senator John McCain, cries over his coffin on Wednesday

The 81-year-old Arizona Republican senator and former Vietnam prisoner-of-war died last Saturday after a battle with brain cancer.

In a pair of tweets after the death, Mrs Palin praised her former running mate as “a maverick and a fighter, never afraid to stand for his beliefs”.

“John McCain was my friend,” she wrote. “I will remember the good times. My family and I send prayers for Cindy and the McCain family.”

A McCain family source told People magazine on Wednesday that the decision probably came from his widow, Cindy McCain.

“She is very protective of John’s memory and legacy. She’s also a grieving widow. I think she wants to get through this as best she can,” the unnamed source said.

According to the magazine, stay-away messages were conveyed through an intermediary to Mrs Palin.

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