We know that this Russian investigation has, for the time being, pushed President Donald Trump’s confessed sexual assaults off the chart. But we also know how Russian intelligence operates, and it is likely that every brag made by Trump had at least some elements of the truth. After all, there were credible witnesses after the fact.
Now suppose Trump got a little frisky in Russia, and Russian intelligence set up Trump and has evidence of him committing a serious crime?
Ever wonder why Vladimir Putin has been getting everything he could want? That NATO meeting couldn’t have gone better if Putin had been Trump’s proxy.
And I’ve heard that Trump had sought to roll back the Obama administration sanctions almost immediately after taking office. Trump wouldn’t even affirm U.S. willingness to come to the defense of NATO allies.
Then there is the abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey, and the almost immediate meeting with the two Sergeis, Lavrov and Kislyak, in the Oval Office, with no American press there.
Remember what Comey said about meeting with Trump when he wanted to talk Comey into curtailing the Russian investigation? Trump made Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Vice President Mike Pence leave the room so Trump and Comey “could talk.” Eerily similar to the Oval Office meeting, wouldn’t you say?