Trump Has Begun the Process of Selling Out Rudy Giuliani

  
Via:  tessylo  •  2 weeks ago  •  9 comments

By:   Esquire Charles P. Pierce,Esquire

   Trump Has Begun the Process of Selling Out Rudy Giuliani

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Trump Has Begun the Process of Selling Out Rudy Giuliani



3e8fe5e0-f6a7-11e9-bcf7-fda0636017da   Charles P. Pierce, Esquire   3 hours ago  






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From Esquire

And, right before the holiday season officially begins, the last piece of the puzzle locks into place, and the last alibi falls apart like an overcooked turkey. From   The New York Times :


  Lawyers from the White House counsel’s office told Mr. Trump in late August about the complaint, explaining that they were trying to determine whether they were legally required to give it to Congress, the people said. The revelation could shed light on Mr. Trump’s thinking at two critical points under scrutiny by impeachment investigators: his   decision in early September to release   $391 million in security assistance to Ukraine and his denial to a key ambassador around the same time that there was a “quid pro quo” with Kyiv. Mr. Trump used the phrase before it had entered the public lexicon in the Ukraine affair.

Now we have the whole thing. The president* used military aid money already appropriated by Congress to shakedown the government of Ukraine, an ally, in order to get Ukraine to help him ratfck one of his prospective opponents in the 2020 presidential election. As last week’s testimony confirmed, everyone in this massive loop knew this at the time. Then someone, and we still don’t know who, took a complaint to the intelligence community’s inspector general. This was at the end of July. And, by August, they had briefed the president*, who, having been caught   borscht -handed, released the aid in early September. Every episode in that chronicle is an impeachable offense, and the entire timeline is one very big one.

Remember what Rep. Adam Schiff said last week, when the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee tried to argue that nothing untoward had happened because the president* eventually released the aid?



  "My Republican colleagues, all they seem to be upset about with this is not that the president sought an investigation of his political rival, not that he withheld a White House meeting and $400 million in aid we all passed in a bipartisan basis to pressure Ukraine to do those investigations.   Their objection is that he got caught.   Their objection is that someone blew the whistle, and they would like this whistleblower identified, and the president wants this whistleblower punished. That's their objection. Not that the president engaged in this conduct, but that he got caught.”

Now, even that most threadbare irrelevancy is denied to all but the most fervent members of the cult. The president* released the aid because his lawyers told him he’d been caught. On this matter, at least, the case is airtight, and there is no daylight to be found. The president*, among others, is stone busted. That may matter. It may not. But anyone arguing for the defense on the Ukraine matter is bound to look like even more of an idiot than they already do, and those people look like the succulent, ripe fruit of the Stupid Tree already. That’s something, anyway.

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As this news was breaking, the president* was having another one of his traveling wankfests, this one in Sunrise, Florida. His trolley left the track early and never returned. From   NBC News :


  "The same maniacs are pushing the deranged impeachment. Think of this. Impeachment. Impeachment. A witch hunt. The same as before," he said referring to former   Special counsel Robert Mueller's report . "And they're pushing that impeachment witch hunt. And a lot of bad things are happening to them. Because you see what's happening in the polls? Everybody said: that's really bullshit.”

He looked awful and sounded worse. There’s something hinky about one of his arms. His voice was raspy. I’m beginning to think it was a bad idea to let the story of his Midnight Ride to Walter Reed fade as quickly as it did. Before the rally, the president* did an interview with Bill O’Reilly in which he began the process of selling out Rudy Giuliani. From   The Daily Beast :


  Asked point-blank if Giuliani was acting on his behalf in trying to dig up dirt on former vice president Joe Biden—an issue now at the heart of an impeachment inquiry—Trump said, “No, I didn’t direct him, but he is a warrior, he is a warrior...I know that he was going to go to Ukraine and I think he cancelled the trip. But Rudy has other clients, other than me. He’s done a lot of work in Ukraine over the years.”

That’s his story and he’s sticking to it. For now, anyway.










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Tessylo
1  seeder  Tessylo    2 weeks ago

And, right before the holiday season officially begins, the last piece of the puzzle locks into place, and the last alibi falls apart like an overcooked turkey. From     The New York Times   :


    Lawyers from the White House counsel’s office told Mr. Trump in late August about the complaint, explaining that they were trying to determine whether they were legally required to give it to Congress, the people said. The revelation could shed light on Mr. Trump’s thinking at two critical points under scrutiny by impeachment investigators: his      decision in early September to release       $391 million in security assistance to Ukraine and his denial to a key ambassador around the same time that there was a “quid pro quo” with Kyiv. Mr. Trump used the phrase before it had entered the public lexicon in the Ukraine affair.

Now we have the whole thing. The president* used military aid money already appropriated by Congress to shakedown the government of Ukraine, an ally, in order to get Ukraine to help him ratfck one of his prospective opponents in the 2020 presidential election. As last week’s testimony confirmed, everyone in this massive loop knew this at the time. Then someone, and we still don’t know who, took a complaint to the intelligence community’s inspector general. This was at the end of July. And, by August, they had briefed the president*, who, having been caught      borscht   -handed, released the aid in early September. Every episode in that chronicle is an impeachable offense, and the entire timeline is one very big one.

Remember what Rep. Adam Schiff said last week, when the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee tried to argue that nothing untoward had happened because the president* eventually released the aid?



    "My Republican colleagues, all they seem to be upset about with this is not that the president sought an investigation of his political rival, not that he withheld a White House meeting and $400 million in aid we all passed in a bipartisan basis to pressure Ukraine to do those investigations.      Their objection is that he got caught.      Their objection is that someone blew the whistle, and they would like this whistleblower identified, and the president wants this whistleblower punished. That's their objection. Not that the president engaged in this conduct, but that he got caught.”

Now, even that most threadbare irrelevancy is denied to all but the most fervent members of the cult. The president* released the aid because his lawyers told him he’d been caught. On this matter, at least, the case is airtight, and there is no daylight to be found. The president*, among others, is stone busted. That may matter. It may not. But anyone arguing for the defense on the Ukraine matter is bound to look like even more of an idiot than they already do, and those people look like the succulent, ripe fruit of the Stupid Tree already. That’s something, anyway.

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2  bbl-1    2 weeks ago

Trump selling out Rudy?  Really not much to sell.  Giuliani was always a 'low grade' merchandise.  Probably why Trump used him.

As far as the Ukraine Aid scandal.  It is a gift to Putin.  America's political situation is now even more cumbersome, confused and less ready to handle a real crises.  This is what Putin wants and Trump delivers it.

 
 
 
Paula Bartholomew
3  Paula Bartholomew    2 weeks ago

I think that when Rudy could not even remember that 9/11 happened on his watch, Trump knew he had a total patsy to be used and then thrown under the bus.

 
 
 
Kavika
4  Kavika     2 weeks ago

I believe that Rudy once said that Trump was his only client...Kinda contradicts what Trump just said. 

 
 
 
Paula Bartholomew
4.1  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  Kavika @4    one week ago

I wouldn't let him be my lawyer even if it was a pro bono case.

 
 
 
Tessylo
5  seeder  Tessylo    2 weeks ago

Just about anything/everything the shitstain says - he contradicts himself shortly thereafter.  

 
 
 
PJ
6  PJ    2 weeks ago

How many more times do we have to see this same scenario, Trump cutting ties with those who have acted on his behalf.  These are actions of a man who has not one loyal or honorable bone in his body.   

 
 
 
Tessylo
6.1  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  PJ @6    2 weeks ago

It is part of his sociopath psychopathy.

He demands loyalty but does not return it

 
 
 
Paula Bartholomew
6.2  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  PJ @6    one week ago

Anyone who teams up with him and then gets all shocked and shaken when he turns on them, gets no sympathy from me.  They want sympathy, check the dictionary.  Sympathy is between shit and syphilis.

 
 
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