Here’s some incredibly rich irony that I’m betting you’ll enjoy chewing on: President Donald Trum–who lies more often than he breathes–cannot stop accusing former FBI Director James Comey of being a liar. Ever since Comey testified last Thursday, Trump has been saying what Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee never happened:
Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication…and WOW, Comey is a leaker!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 9, 2017
And yet, his dimwitted son, Donald Jr., was a guest Saturday evening on the Fox News show Justice With Judge Jeanine, and appeared to say that if, as Director Comey had suggested, the president had said, “I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go,” there should have been no ambiguity in what the Liar-in-Chief meant:
“When he tells you to do something, guess what? There’s no ambiguity in it, there’s no, ‘Hey, I’m hoping. You and I are friends: ‘Hey, I hope this happens, but you’ve got to do your job.’ That’s what he told Comey.”
Here’s the problem: Both President Trump and his attorney maintain that the incident never happened. Or as the president said at a press conference on Friday:
“I did not say that.”
So which one is it? It can’t be both.
Donnie Junior also attacked Comey for not taking any action if he “felt threatened” by the president:
“For this guy, as a politician, to then go back and write a memo: ‘Oh, I felt threatened.’ He felt so threatened, but he didn’t do anything.”
When’s the last time you disagreed with your father to his face, Junior? And how hard did he slap or slug you when you dared to do so? The FBI Director was supposed to do what exactly if he felt threatened by the president? Hit him the way your daddy probably did you and Eric from a very young age?
If we’re going to go after people on a petty and personal level, let’s get all our cards on the table. We can begin with the president testifying under oath before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
— Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) June 11, 2017
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