Corey Lewandowski: My Memory Has Been Refreshed About Emailing Carter Page On Russia [VIDEO]

Politico reports:

Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said Tuesday night his “memory has been refreshed” regarding his email exchange with Carter Page in which the former foreign policy adviser requested Lewandowski’s permission to travel to Moscow.

Page, who testified last week before the House Oversight Committee as a part of their ongoing probe into Russian election meddling in 2016, told congressional investigators in testimony revealed Monday that he had asked he former Trump campaign chief and Hope Hicks, now the White House communications director, about his trip to Moscow in 2016 in which he met with Russian officials and discussed the presidential campaign.

  • Funny how the possibility of perjury charges and being confronted with evidence will motivate one’s memory…

    • Jeffg166

      It does help clear things up doesn’t it. Oh, those emails.

      • Steverino

        But his emails!

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    • Mrs. Councillor Nugent

      Oh, I see he found the little curving arrow at upper left in his tool bar.

  • bkmn

    Refreshed means Trump’s lawyers told him what to say.

    • Corey will have his own lawyers by now… ones way more competent than the Trump family’s.

      • Chucktech

        Gee, I dunno, Trump’s got that dashing, mustachioed Wiley Coyote guy (Ty Cobb, of all unlikely names), doesn’t he? He just exudes probity and expertise…

        • David Walker

          …for getting people off the hook for DUI, maybe. Sometimes you CAN judge a book by its cover.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      “Refreshed” == “waterboarded by Kellyanne”

      • David Walker

        Nah. He’d like it. So would she. Lose-lose.

  • Lazycrockett
  • Kelly Lape

    Oh you have a paper trail.. Yeah, I remember now. Too late perjurer. You’re going down. Hard.

  • MikeBx2

    “Oh THAT trip to Russia”

  • CanuckDon

    “Ohhhh….THAT Carter Page…”

  • Lazycrockett

    Lewandowski has already met with Mueller, right?

  • Tatonka

    Potential imprisonment for perjury and treason does tend to focus the mind wonderfully.

  • Treant

    Translation: “They have it on tape. They also have it on tape where I said I’d tell them I didn’t remember, even though I totally did. And I talked about it to one of Mueller’s moles, apparently. So yeah…uh, I now remember.”

    • Joe in PA

      Hey, this is O/T…but I just got a postcard in the mail from “Woosch”, they are in your neck of the woods, two gay guys. They sell soaps. Hell, maybe that’s you? 🙂

      wssoap.com

      • Treant

        Nope, that’s not me. They do melt and pour, I do cold process. Although the number resolves to Allentown, PA, which is a spit and a holler from me!

        • Snarkaholic

          Which glycerin soaps last longer: M&P or CP?

          • MonochromeMouse

            Not an expert but I would think cold process soap lasts longer since it’s fresher, melt and pour is just melting down already processed soap into a mold.

          • Treant

            Ding, ding, ding, we have a much shorter-winded answer than I gave. 🙂

          • Treant

            The roll-up answer… As a general rule, and I’m assuming that the soap maker is using a recipe of decent hardness and allowing the soap to cure in open air for a minimum of four weeks, CP will far outlast a bar of MP. In the case of a soap maker who’s concerned with durability, appropriate crystallization and curing, and wants to gift you or sell you something that will last, CP can last for ages.

            Alas, some soap makers design their formulae so that you’ll be back shortly, and/or short the cure. In that case, soap can literally melt in the shower and it usually doesn’t feel that great to the user–crystallization and curing are what give soap its structure, lather, and feel.

            The long-winded answer…

            Bad question. 🙂 “Glycerin” soap generally refers to MP, although it’s just as accurately applied to both CP and HP (Hot Process), plus all the hybrid processes in between, like CPOP (Cold Process, Oven Process). All of the home soap maker’s processes conserve glycerin; only commercial soap makers remove it and then sell it back to you as lotion to coat your now-irritated skin from using their soap.

            Clear or close-to-clear translucent soap is almost always MP. Also, it’s fully shrink wrapped, which is great for MP but not recommended for CP. That’s fine; if you saw my amethyst geode soaps, those were MP because you simply can’t achieve that design and level of clarity with CP soap.

            Many disparage MP. I don’t. It’s great for people who simply want to melt, add color and scent, and go from there…but for simple designs like this, you can make it at home for about two dollars a pound and the processing is both trivial…and kind of fun. When I started, I used an old (well-cleaned) Pringles can to make a round form, and cut bars down the length. Just tear apart the can when done, and it rips easily.

            MP comes in a lot of bases; standard, ultra-clear, white, aloe vera, honey, olive oil, with detergents, without detergents, and so on. Good bases, like SFIC and Crafter’s Choice, don’t have much base scent. Not so good ones might whiff a bit of the clarifying and processing chemicals (which are harmless, and mostly things like rubbing alcohol or ethanol).

            CP is made from scratch, in a stainless steel pot, with the oils, water, and lye. Plus colorant and scent, if they’re being used (several of my recipes don’t use color or added scents). There’s a lot of kitchen chemistry involved.

            Because of the clarifying and use of alcohols, MP tends to dissolve faster than CP, all else being equal. Which, as I noted above, sometimes it isn’t…

          • Snarkaholic

            Thanks for the detailed education. I use glycerin soap in my kitchen, and it does a fast disappearing act.
            Also, and alas, the San Francisco Soap Company discontinued their line of my favorites. I can’t even find them on eBay now, so I was wondering if you can recommend a good company that sells fruit-scented glycerin soaps online?
            Thanks again!

          • Treant

            Lordy, not off the top of my head…these guys seem about the same as any other and I’m sure the soap is good.

            Also, if you hit your local Farmer’s Market, you’ll probably be able to find two or three soap makers there. 🙂

          • TheManicMechanic

            I learned something today. Thanks!

          • Treant

            I aim to pleasure.

          • JohnJay

            With all this soap talk… I was wondering… what is “hard milled” soap? Also, I was going to get some gift items from Beekman that included honey and goat milk soap. Is that something good or just meh.

          • Treant

            Re-milled/Hand milled/double milled/triple milled soap is made, reduced to shards, and re-milled to be denser, and often to add ingredients that wouldn’t survive the lye in the initial process. Each milling increases density and durability, but there’s not much sense in going past three.

            The home soap maker calls it “rebatching,” and a lot of us do it if we make a mistake since you can often rescue a batch that way. Our process is also different since we don’t have a milling machine, but it works out the same. Many also rebatch old bars to renew scent, or a faded color. I have about 40 bars that should be rebatched, and I’ll get right on that. Soon. Really.

            The prices from Beekman aren’t that bad (you can do it a lot cheaper at home if you wish and know how, but that’s true of anything), the bars look nice and Beekman has a good reputation.

            Nowadays, don’t give me soap. But before I made the stuff, I would have loved getting a gift like this.

            It looks like a triple milled bar, but I can’t find the ingredients list so can’t tell you about the quality there (soap makers are not required to give ingredients; I always do, just in case somebody’s allergic to coconut or FD&C Yellow #5 or something!)

          • JohnJay

            Thanks for the answer & info!

      • Treant

        Jesus Clooney Christ, they’re charging $1.20 an ounce for melt and pour.

        Avoid, avoid, avoid.

        • greenmanTN

          Ohhh, you aren’t going to call it MP this time just to show off your command of the lingo? 😁

          • Treant

            You should see us on the soaping boards.

            My 25 CO, 40 OO, 30 lard, 5 castor, 5 SF, full water riced when I added SoS fig scent. What happened?

            Duh, SoS’s fig scent is known to rice.

      • Smokey

        They’re not far from the Woods Campground. They also sell at some of the local craft shows.

    • Snarkaholic
    • james1200
      • Todd20036

        There are words on that gif of that nicely built man, aren’t there?

  • GayOldLady

    Lying POS tries to revise history by saying he “refreshed” his memory. Maybe you forget someone asking for permission to go to lunch, but no one forgets a person asking permission to go to Russia. Liar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • The_Wretched

      “The meetings and travel to and with Russians was through the roof, you can’t expect me to remember what the goof Page was upto.”

      • David Walker

        One would think he’d make a point to remember everything the goof Page was up to.

        • Tawreos

          Why? He was just some guy that stopped by the campaign to drop off pizza and they decided to send him to Russia as a tip for good service. Why would they remember him?

          • David Walker

            It was a Papa John pizza…the one with the swastika made from black olives. I remember that now.

          • The_Wretched

            We regularly send the idiots and coffee boys on sensitive international trips around here.

          • Tawreos

            Thy even sent one to the Oval Office.

  • Harveyrabbit

    Just shameless.

  • Tawreos

    Is having your memory refreshed code for I don’t want to go to prison for lying so please buy this bullshit?

    • Treant

      Ding! Ding! Ding!

      We have a winner!

    • David Walker

      He should hire you as his excuse-writer. Very good writing sample.

  • another_steve

    His ass is going to be “refreshed” in prison.

    If ya get my meaning.

    • Prison rape ain’t funny, Steve. Just saying. Only barbaric nations tolerate it.

      • another_steve

        That said, it’s a pretty common theme of gay male porn. Has been for a long long time.

        Some attempt to stigmatize that and certain other sexual fantasies. Call them “bad.” That’s a pretty common element of hyper-PCism.

        I don’t buy into it though.

        • It’s not ‘hyper-PCism’ to note there’s a distinct difference between harmless fantasies (presumably and hopefully consensual) versus the reality where people start believing that being repeatedly raped is an expected and appropriate punishment add-on to being sentenced to prison.

          Because it’s not. Normalizing it as an expected component of our penal system doesn’t help.

          • I’m fine with your Jared fantasies, esp. since you’ve been okay with me going “ICK!” But very much not okay with this.

          • worstcultever

            blocked him a long while ago, cuz just stupid shit and life’s too short

          • another_steve

            Lol. Fine.

            I’ll get to work modifying my fantasy life to accommodate your tastes, Becca. 😉

          • Whatever. I said my piece and am moving on.

          • another_steve

            Overreaction, Becca. I’m not “advocating” for anything. I’m not making a point that rape is ever appropriate in any setting or situation. I’m fantasizing. Human beings do that. Fantasize.

            Thoughts and fantasies are never ever evil. Never ever.

            Actual deeds can be evil, but thoughts and fantasies, never.

          • Thoughts and fantasies are never ever evil. Never ever.

            Pedophiles, Steve. Their thoughts and fantasies are very much evil.

            (…drop mic…)

          • The_Wretched

            Interestingly enough, I think evil thoughts are widely spread enough that I don’t fault someone morally for them. I do, however, when they start expressing those ideas with a relevant context (which might be just them alone in a basement).

          • another_steve

            I never “fault” people for thinking something, anything. That’s a very Orwellian thing to do – criticizing and/or attempting to control someone’s thoughts. Civilized people don’t do that.

            Similar imo to speech. Imo a person has a 100 percent right to get on a soapbox and speak the most heinous and vile thoughts imaginable. As opposed to advocating an evil deed. Advocating violence.

            The United States Supreme Court has agreed with me on this.

          • canoebum

            Sure. But you’re writing here on a mostly LGBT comment board. Some of us don’t believe that prison rape (a violent act) should be made into a joke, especially by gay people. It’s unseemly and does a disservice to our broader cause. We’re just as entitled to our opinion as you.

          • another_steve

            Oh please. The endless broad-brush insults in these comment threads regarding people of faith – insults that rarely differentiate between, say, Pat Robertson and an LGBT-affirming priest, rabbi or other spiritual leader – those don’t do a “disservice” to our movement?

            Aside from being hurtful to the many many LGBT people of faith out there, those comments, when read by the average person, just reinforce the “LGBT = anti-religion” meme used to clobber LGBT people over the head in state houses and at dining room tables all across the nation, every day of the week.

            And the fat-shaming in these comment threads. And on and on.

            All that said, I believe commenters on this or any other blog have a 100 percent right to make any comment they want, however they want to make it. They needn’t ask for my “approval.”

          • The_Wretched

            1st Amendment is overpowered to give cover the xtians getting confused (intentionally) on how the Free Speech right works (since they can’t get what they want via the SOCAS). I want the 2nd put back in historical perspective, the 4th renovated and someone to challenge the 3rd. We don’t see nearly enough of the 3rd.

          • another_steve

            The behavior – the actual deed – is very much evil and rightly condemned by society.

            Again, though… imo, no thought and no fantasy is ever “evil.”

            Never ever.

          • TheManicMechanic

            While thoughts are not outwardly evil, thoughts and fantasies do become obsessions, and obsessions can eventually lead to actions. If the eventual action is decidedly evil, then the thoughts that fomented it is inseparable from it and evil as well.

            Similarly, our constant statements of what you’d do to Jared are obviously fantasy to us, but there could be circumstances if those words landed on the wrong ears could land you in hot water. Far-fetched, yes, but there are countless stories of folks who have been questioned by authorities about statements they have made in public (this forum is public) regarding others.

            We all know you around these parts, a_s, and we know your postings in that regard are just fantasy, and to some, tedious. 😉

          • The_Wretched

            You’re running into a context issue. There are people who are more than happy to think of and support real (non-fantasy) prison rape as a ‘just’ outcome. They post here and in other comment spaces.

            Your first comment in this thread isn’t clearly enough just a fantasy comment. It has to be distinguished from the other folks’s pro-rape as punishment comments. BeccaM is not overreacting and I nearly made the same comment but didn’t since she did.

          • TheManicMechanic

            I’ve been guilty of making statements regarding “jailhouse Bubba justice” on many occasions, but it is more about context than a desire to have someone violated. It’s more poetic justice, where, for example, someone received an uncharacteristically light jail sentence for gay bashing or even murder of a LGBT victim as we’ve seen all too often, or child sexual abusers receiving punishment at the hands of genpop.

          • canoebum

            “His ass is going to be “refreshed” in prison.” is not a fantasy. It’s a declarative statement. I have to agree with Becca on this one. I really do wish gay men would stop making a joke out of prison rape. It’s not funny.

          • another_steve

            “Funny” and “appropriate” – when it comes to fantasy – is in the eye of the beholder.

            No one living in a non-Orwellian society has the right to define it for others.

          • canoebum

            “No one living in a non-Orwellian society has the right to define it for others.”

            Fantasies in your head? No problem, go wild. But when you write them on a comment board they become communal property. I’d prefer we didn’t own that particular one.

          • another_steve

            Thoughts/fantasies as “communal property”? I have no idea what that means, canoebum.

            I often read things here in the JMG comment threads that I don’t agree with. That I find distasteful and insensitive. But I don’t “own” those comments.

            Someone “owns” your thoughts and fantasies, canoebum?

          • canoebum

            Please do not be obtuse. You’re too intelligent for that. You know I am referring to your statement here on this board, “His ass is going to be “refreshed” in prison.” If you intended that to be an expression of a fantasy you were having, you didn’t make yourself well understood, obviously.

  • Ben in Oakland

    I forgot all about my torrid love affair with Ryan Reynolds, and that’s why I never mentioned it to my husband of 15 years, or to JMG readers.
    But watching Green Lantern refreshed my memory. Now all of you know.

    • Chucktech

      Just as with this Lewindowski dick, we knew already. Just as we suspected.

      • Ben in Oakland

        Please don’t tell my husband! I’ll do anything– a-ny-thing!

        • Chucktech

          WELL, oh KAY! I think we can work out some kind of arrangement…

    • Joe in PA
      • Ben in Oakland

        Ryan does not like cynical people. I can assure you of that!

      • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

        The dog ate his cell phone.

    • james1200
      • Ben in Oakland

        You’ll be sorry when you see my adoring boy toy Ryan on my arm. You’ll be so jealous you’ll explode.

        Just don’t tell my husband!!!!

        • james1200
          • Ben in Oakland

            Cynicism does not become you. Ryan doesn’t like cynicism.

          • james1200

            Maybe I’m jealous, did you think of that?

          • Ben in Oakland

            Well, if your jealous, then I’m truly sorry.

            Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

    • Southeast PDXer

      I <3 you, but Green Lantern Ryan Reynolds IS MINE!

      • Ben in Oakland

        That’s not what he told me!

    • Rambie

      Same with my rendezvous with Chris Evans…

      • Ben in Oakland

        Oh, I had him. No wonder you forgot about it! But Ryan, oh Ryan!

  • fastlanestranger

    Beep
    Boop
    My memory has been refreshed
    Beep beep
    Oh wait…the memory has been derezzed.

  • Steven B
  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Lewandowski looks like crap, like he hasn’t slept in a week.

    • Ben in Oakland

      We can only hope.

    • Lazycrockett

      pity.

    • Buford

      What’s half of zero…?

      • Bad Tom

        Amazingly, still nothing.

      • Paula

        Donald Trump?

    • Chucktech

      I’d still watch him beat off…

      • David Walker

        Have you tried a PornHub search? Just…you know…asking. It’s what people always ask me. Emmm…oh, shit.

      • Tawreos

        …zombies with a plastic fork.

      • Joe in PA

        Watch? You wouldn’t help? You are so selfish. 🙂

        • Chucktech

          Ummmm… no. I might beat off with him…

    • Tawreos

      Knowing that charges may soon be pending does that to you.

      • David Walker

        Oh, Tawreos. I do hope that observation is not from experience.

        • Tawreos

          It is sort of from experience, but thankfully charges never developed.

  • Lars Littlefield
    • David Walker

      Thanks, Lars. Patches was on my lap when I looked at the pix. She’s now asking about karate classes. I think she’ll drop that when she finds out it involves exercise.

      • Lars Littlefield

        I sort of like the photo of the three tabby cats dancing. They looked so serious.

    • Paula

      That’s easy. Cats is made of rubber. Its a known fact.

      • Lars Littlefield

        Not necessarily. I once lived with a cat that my partner named Arial Phenomenon. Arial had a penchant for climbing as high as possible. She fell off the roof one day and broke a hip and leg. Surgery cost $1,200 to put her back together again. Our vet (a nice gay boy originally from west central Alabama) apologized when we picked her up to go home. He said, “There were more bone parts leftover than I could figure out what to do with so I . . . ” and he made the throw-over-the-shoulder sign. The surgery only encouraged her. Within a week she was walking the power line to the house as if she was rehearsing a new circus act. About two weeks after that she ended up ripped to shreds by the fan and fan belt of my Buick. At least it was a fast death, albeit a noisy one.

        $1,200!!!!!!

  • Jacob

    I love the smell of hubris and pitards.

  • KarenAtFOH

    ..

  • Bambino
  • AlternativeQuacks

    Seth Abramson has an amazing 28-tweet thread on all the bombshells that came out of Carter Page’s congressional testimony. It’s a great read for how fucked the Trump Treason Team is now. Page is indeed an “absolute idiot”, as Andrew Laufer said the other day.

    https://twitter.com/SethAbramson/status/927999713714081799

    • The_Wretched

      Page’s Russian handlers also couldn’t believe just idiotic Page was.

      • AlternativeQuacks

        TrumpRussia – It’s like Watergate, but with stupid people.

        • Bad Tom

          Stupid Watergate

          –John Oliver

        • LeeCMH

          Worst yet, tRump-Russia involves an enemy country.

    • Bad Tom

      NO COLLUSION! YOU’RE THE COLLUSION!!

      Thanks for posting. That is an excellent read. Page is obviously a lucrative source for Mueller.

    • Tread

      This makes me so insanely mad.

    • WNY

      Wow

  • edrex
  • Adam Stevens
  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    LOL do these creepy dudes have any idea how much they are grossed out by regular people ?

    • safari

      No

    • Tawreos

      Creepy dudes never do.

  • Bad Tom

    Mueller shoving the text of all those emails in your face suddenly made you remember, “Oh, yeah, I DID send those.”

    Lying fucker caught out.

    Put that Fake News in your pipe and smoke it, Corey.

    • justme

      Gitmo could be his new reality..

  • Buford

    Question for the legal experts… to what extent is ‘Oops, I forgot’ a valid defense against perjury charges…?

    • Lars Littlefield

      Not quite as strong as Woopsies!

    • Chucktech

      For Republican swine like this guy? Totes forgivable.

  • Bambino

    O/T Woah! The horror never cease. Not sure how one can prove it.
    https://twitter.com/Thomas1774Paine/status/928308496029880325

    • Lazycrockett

      I’m side eyeing this for the moment.

      • Bambino

        Cory Feldman said the same except Heim was 11 at the time.

    • worstcultever

      Not that it would surprise me, but better sources than Nat Enq and Daily Mail please

      • Bambino

        Even if it’s true you will need many witness to come forward to testify.

      • William

        The National Enquirer isn’t fit to line the bottom of a bird cage.

    • Tulle Christensen

      I want to say first that I have no idea if this is true or not

      but I do know hearsay is not good evidence

      • Bambino

        Yeah, I know many would like to pile on just to cash in on the topic du jour. Even with one fake case would have damaged many real victims in this.

    • Kelly Lape

      Did he? Didn’t he? A friend was told by the deceased. If it won’t stand up in court it is journalistic malpractice to print it. Of course “True Pundit” is anything but respectable journalism: https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/true-pundit/

    • Lazycrockett

      The article in the daily mail, cough cough, says that it was consensual, but I’m still not trusting the article or the source.

      • Kelly Lape

        10 year olds don’t consent. Hearsay isn’t evidence. Unless actual victims come forward this is a bs story (IMHO).

        • Lazycrockett

          The article say 13, but I’m not going to bother with The Daily Mail.

        • Tulle Christensen

          That is true nor could 13 year old Corey. So who is this 10 year old?

        • Bambino

          Hence the report use the legal term of rape regardless if it’s consensual or not.

      • Chucktech

        It’s Corey Haim who said he’s on this crusade to expose pedophilia in Hollywood. So did HE say it or not?

        • Lazycrockett

          Haim is dead. The source some guy named Dominic Basulto and a google search seems hes sketchy at best.

          • Chucktech

            Oh! Thank you, but I know I just read somewhere that some 30-something male actor was starting this campaign, for the life of me, I thought it was Corey Haim…

          • Chucktech

            Corey Feldman.

      • Bambino

        For what it’s worth National Enquirer has a more exclusive detail.
        https://www.nationalenquirer.com/true-crime/charlie-sheen-corey-haim-rape-claims/

      • ETownCanuck

        Charlie Sheen’s a dirtbag, so I suppose it could be true that there may have been something that went down…it sounds more like statutory rape rather than forced sex if Haim wanted to do it again. Either way, it’s pretty awful.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    Lewandowski always seems like such a worm.

    • Rocco

      Very Eddie Haskell like without the positives or charm. There is even a vague resemblance! No offense to the local Eddie.…

  • LeeCMH

    Interesting how a few indictments “refreshes” memory.

  • Gene Perry

    “my memory has been refreshed” … translation: “I just got a supeona”

  • Mike C

    Indictments do wonders for the brain.

  • William

    Damn Corey, did you get into Kellyanne’s stash?

  • Mark Née Fuzz

    He means “Oops, I got caught lying.”

  • Tawreos

    Of course he had to go on Fox to spout this unbelievable bullshit because it is about the one place where he won’t be called out on it.

  • alc2018

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3241921281789361f86bde50704dfcff4d1fbfe03f164598301748fc27aa4eaa.jpg gotta love a lyin’ old twink, even if he’s been bonked a few thousand times…lol

  • ClevelandJim

    He admitted this on FOX?! Hell has frozen over and the sky IS falling!

  • Michael R

    Fox is reporting news ?

  • Tomcat

    Corey is such a pompous ass.

  • Michael R

    ” gulp ” ( at 1:26 )

  • William
  • alc2018

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/af17c49de1d9cd8b0e6644842aaf89105520089f1850e2195f3812234dcaf94c.jpg just dont let him come anywhere near me,ya understand I’m a chrristian!

    • JAKvirginia

      She looks like the wife of the Mayor of Munchkin City.

  • Guest

    Why does Lewandowski still have a job at CNN? Do they want a criminal as a pundit? Please.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok
    • safari

      The pearls make it classy.

    • Finally a baggy outfit that actually suits her and doesn’t make my eyes bleed.

    • Joe in PA

      Seems like a good place to drop this…it is a fun read..and hell…Frank Bruni wrote it…what’s not to like? 🙂

      https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/03/opinion/sunday/sarah-huckabee-sanders-kelly.html

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        Excellent!

        LOL :

        ” (To listen to her pronounce “priorities” is akin to hearing the air seep out of a flat tire, and she leaves half of the consonants on the curb.)”

        • Joe in PA

          And now, dammit, I’m going to hear that. 🙁 I really didn’t notice before…maybe I’ve been in PA too long. (apologies to my PA friends!)

      • Chucktech

        Bazinga…

    • AlternativeQuacks

      Camo! This is going to be some press briefing.

    • Blake J Butler

      Why the hell is she wearing an army jacket ?

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        To cover all her sexy

        • Blake J Butler

          Eh! A cinnabon is more attractive than her. And certainly more appetizing and doesn’t defend nazis.

        • Rocco

          Lol…omg…dead…thanks for laugh of the day!

      • David Walker

        She’s trying to channel Bugs Bunny. On her, it doesn’t work.
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akAj-TWUq0E

    • Jefe5084

      Looks serious this year. Camouflage, clutching pearls, defiantly crossed arms, stern Jesus- hates- you look, and shame. Lots of shame. Spooky.

    • Gerry Fisher

      It does seem appropriately symbolic of her relationship with the White House press corps.

    • Phil Touchette

      Why hasn’t Lane Bryant been clamoring to dress her up as a product placement?

  • worstcultever

    Sure hope he gets indicted. Hope Hicks too.

    Edit: And I really hope all these people are ready for the bus Dumpy’s about to back up over them.

  • FelineMama

    “Memory is refreshed”. Damn, I’m a gonna remember this next time i get caught “mis-remembering” sumin’ by golly!!

    • Tulle Christensen

      Just say you brain has DRAM and not SRAM.

      But even if you are SRAM brain based you can still flipflop

      • FelineMama

        WOW, Tulle, you threw me for a loop on this one! I had to google DRAM/SRAM. Yup. Clear as mud for me now. You must be one of those ‘dem der’ braniacs!

  • Michael R

    Is ” volunteers ” code word for treasonous little fuckers ?

  • Friday’s_cat

    It’s hard for Corey to keep track of every little evil done.

  • worstcultever

    Cop: You were going around 60 miles an hour over the limit, sir. Could I see your license and registration?

    Cory: Sorry officer, but I have no memory of even getting into this car, let alone driving down this road. In fact I consider myself to be at home watching TV!

  • Karl Dubhe

    Why, I can totally believe him. Think of all the people who once “were in your life” who you’ll not acknowledge anymore. Usually that involves something messy.

    I wonder just how messy this involvement was, for him to forget it so completely.

    • Rocco

      That’s an interesting way to describe this, although it seems to give Miss Thing some wiggle room…

      • Karl Dubhe

        Not really. In a relationship, maybe. This is a bit more than a shag…

  • lymis

    Honestly, something like the fact that you ordered takeout for a campaign meeting from a different restaurant once is something you could easily forget, to the point of “I don’t recall every ordering from them.”

    And in the current campaign and political climate, forgetting that someone once told you in passing that they ran into the Belgian attache at a cocktail party is equally justifiably forgettable.

    But sorry, under the current circumstances, it’s just not believable that anyone associated with Trump would conveniently forget meetings with any Russians. Hell, at this point, they should probably remember every salad they ever ordered Russian dressing on.

    And once you’re in the circle of people who have reason to believe you’re under federal investigation for the matter, it’s frankly idiotic not to scour through your old datebooks and calendars and meeting notes on your own to find out for damn sure what happened. There’s no excuse not to know.

    So no, not buying it.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    These #FuckingMorons have zero clue how recording devices, both audio and visual, work do they?

  • Hue-Man

    SCOTUS would allow his execution!

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday overturned a lower court ruling that an
    Alabama man convicted of killing a police officer in 1985 was no longer
    legally eligible to be executed because strokes wiped out his memory of
    committing the murder

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-court-memory/supreme-court-reverses-ruling-sparing-killer-who-forgot-the-crime-idUSKBN1D61X4

    • ChrisMorley

      The Alabama Attorney General now wants him poisoned by injection as soon as possible of course, but there is still some hope.
      Angie Setzer, a lawyer who works with the [Equal Justice Initiative], said, “The U.S. Supreme Court expressly did not decide whether it is appropriate for the State of Alabama to execute Mr. Madison, rather the Court ruled that relief under the restrictions governing federal habeas review is not appropriate.
      We are reviewing next steps in light of this ruling.”
      http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/index.ssf/2017/11/supreme_court_rules_alabama_de.html

    • Talisman

      This would not be an issue if they didn’t wait 32 years to carry out the punishment.

  • joe ho

    And Dem politicians still refuse to say the word “perjury” when asked about Sessions & Co.

  • Talisman

    Pending indictments have that effect.

  • teeveedub

    Shorter Corey Lewandowski: “Please! Please, please, please don’t indict me!”

  • Waarki

    He’s no Ronald Reagan

  • Dan M

    Ah, another rat 🐀 looking for his water wings before deserting a sinking ship.

  • amati1684

    The Trump domain is just one big storage room for lying sacks of shit. There isn’t an ounce of integrity in any of them.

  • Renfield

    oh, THAT Carter Page. Of course I know that Carter Page. I thought you meant the other one who works at that Burger King.

  • Rocco

    This is about as much Fox as I can stomach, so thanks for posting Joe! It is very curious. I have have no idea who this newest blonde is, but her word choice is interesting. What is shocking is the change in Lewandowski’s language,memory, and demeanor when discussing non-Clinton topics. Wow. Someone has gotten to him, or advised him lately. Lol…this is getting so juicy! Lewandowski is such an asshole and I wish him the worst.

  • -M-

    Oh, really? How convenient.
    Did it jog any other memories? Anything at all that you might want to share before Mueller does? Think about it because I don’t see anyone who’d go to jail for you.

  • JCF
  • Danieruw

    That’s the look of a man who knows he’s going to be indicted!