January 29, 2023

Trump just issued a desperate, telling denial right before his ex-campaign manager goes to trial

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On the morning of his former campaign chairman’s long-awaited trial,  President Trump took to Twitter in a rage to hedge his bets and cover all his bases — but only succeeded in amplifying his obviously guilty conscience for the whole nation to see.


A curious thing to say for a man who desperately maintains he has committed no collusion and no crimes. The projection of guilt on to his rival in the presidential election and the Democratic Party is by now a common tactic from Trump, whose anxiety is clearly reaching new heights as the Mueller investigation swoops in on its first victim.

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It’s obvious at this point that the President doesn’t actually mean any of the things that he says, since just two days ago he was arguing that collusion was illegal as he tried to accuse Clinton’s campaign chairman of colluding with the Russians.

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For the record, Mueller, who is a Republican, is not only appointing “Angry Dems” and none of the attorneys he has hired have shown any evidence of bias beyond their voting registration or a few campaign donations to the Democrats — which most of Trump’s family has done in the past — making his angry outbursts just another expression of desperation that tells the American people all we need to know about who is guilty of what crimes in this sordid tale.


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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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