Mueller Subpoenas Deutsche Bank Over Trump Loans

Bloomberg reports:

Special prosecutor Robert Mueller zeroed in on President Donald Trump’s business dealings with Deutsche Bank AG as his investigation into alleged Russian meddling in U.S. elections widens.

Mueller issued a subpoena to Germany’s largest lender several weeks ago, forcing the bank to submit documents on its relationship with Trump and his family, according to a person briefed on the matter, who asked not to be identified because the action has not been announced.

“Deutsche Bank always cooperates with investigating authorities in all countries,” the lender said in a statement to Bloomberg Tuesday, declining to provide additional information.

  • AmeriCanadian

    What are the odds that Drumpf pulls the switch and fires Mueller? Seems like he has full Republican support now and can do absolutely no wrong.

    • Ninja0980

      Pretty good, especially since the story about the one FBI Agent being canned has been getting full wing nut press coverage.

    • Frostbite

      And why shouldn’t he? He’s been getting away with near murder already, he has nothing to fear.

    • Treant

      Rising steadily, I should think. The Republicans will simply allow it to happen and that’ll be the end of that.

      Or I’m sure that’s what they want to think. If I were Mueller, and I were conducting an honest investigation, my firing would trigger so much data…you could say, leaking and urinating…all over the place that it would be absolutely devastating.

      • AmeriCanadian

        I’ve completely lost faith. With a child chaser about to be elected senator with everyone’s support and a tax plan that will contribute to the bankruptcy of our country, I don’t believe anything matters any longer and no amount of data will make any difference. I do think the U.S. has become a lost cause.

        • Treant

          I tend to agree. Barring a major sea change, we’re sliding into irrelevancy and a third-world style dictatorship.

        • It feels like we are living in the sunset of our country.

      • Joe in PA

        Which seems to be the elephant (you should pardon the expression) in the room…we get “bombshell” after “bombshell” and nothing happens with this congress. Rachel doesn’t even talk about that, much less the other MSM outlets. Has it become so “normal”? The next shiny object steals the news cycle.

        • Tawreos

          They may be trying to avoid being accused of a witch hunt if they all go after Trump and the entire GOP.

      • Librarykid

        Flooding is the image that comes to mind.

    • Gustav2

      If he does it, it is not illegal

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g56c9Pa7PzY

      • JAKvirginia

        Yeah, and maybe that “lawyer” might explain that high crimes and misdemeaners part of the Constitution.

      • Jeffrey

        Stephen Miller is absolutely reptilian and I can’t imagine anyone being dumb enough to let him appear on video. He reeks of the grotesque authoritarian fascist agenda and literally makes my skin crawl.

    • Rambie

      Sadly I wouldn’t be surprised. But then I’d hope the information gathered would be left somewhere, on accident of course, and leaked plus the Apprentice tapes, and all kinds of stuff still hidden.

      Tar the GOP’ers far and wide for this in the coming election.

    • Librarykid

      and won’t be punished for any wrong doing. Edited that just a bit for you.

  • Gustav2

    Don’t forget Wilbur Ross, the Trump administration’s commerce secretary, presided over a deal with a Russian businessman with ties to Vladimir Putin while serving in his previous role as vice-chairman of the Bank of Cyprus. And the Bank of Cyprus was part of the money laundering scheme that caused Deutsche Bank to pay fines

    • WHAT???? Oh man what a damn fucking web of interconnected shitgibbons we have running our country for the good of other crime oligarchs.

      • prixator

        running ruining. FIFY.

  • safari

    Donald is just a regular ol’ washing machine.

    • Tawreos

      Seems more like a wash-tub to me

  • Bluto
    • safari

      There was that episode where Mr. Garrison climbed the wall into Canada and fucked their president Trump to death while sniffing poppers.

    • why should he be rewarded?

  • Michael R
    • Steverino

      With both Putin and Trump as clients, perhaps they should change their name to Douche Bank.

    • Librarykid

      Talk about a large load

  • Joe in PA

    “Deutsche Bank always cooperates with investigating authorities in all countries,” ….

    Really?

    • Dazzer

      Yeah. That made me laugh, too.

      The Deutschebank is even less transparent than the Vatican Bank.

    • Jeffrey

      As a banker I want to share what a genuinely big deal this is. To subpoena international bank records is not something you do as a fishing expedition. It’s because Mueller already knows what’s there and it can’t be anything good for Trump. This is exactly where all of the world should be worried about what Trump/Putin will do to stop this investigation.

      • Jeffg166

        Somehow it will be Hillary’s fault.

        • Todd20036

          Naw. It’ll be our fault.

          Trump betrayed America because of gay marriage.

          • Dayglo

            We are all Godless gay Kenyan socialists conspiring to confiscate guns from decent Americans and send them to Benghazi rebels to perpetuate Hillary’s child sex rings worldwide.

          • Librarykid

            in basements that do not exist

          • i always wanted to hang w/ the cool kids

      • FAEN

        Thank you.

      • Mark McGovern

        Do you have a sense of what specifically they think is there?

        • Jeffrey

          Money laundering and payoffs, I would guess. Earlier this year there was a lot of news about Trump associates involved in money laundering throughout Asia and I bet that this will link up with Putin’s involvement in Trump’s businesses. And that the huge Russian investment in Trump’s buildings are nothing more than payoffs and more laundering. An FBI forensic accountant will find the links because trump has not been smart enough nor hired the brightest people.

          • Mark McGovern

            Is this real life or am I living in like a spy movie nightmare?

          • bzrd

            don’t forget ivanka in Panama and Azerbaijan hotel money laundering schemes
            she is manufacturing the fab fashion for the clink as we ponder her future

      • lattebud

        Get copies of those records to state Attorneys General, Senate, Congress and Wikileaks (or maybe not)

  • Renfield

    Very likely the shitgibbon will fire Mueller. The gibbon is owned by Putin and his mob cronies.

    • DaddyRay

      I am actually more worried about Putin or the mob being behind an unfortunate accident

  • safari

    O/T: My ads on JMG today are (1) things I was looking at on Amazon and (2) Ashely Madison. I’m not understanding what I did to get the latter.

    • DaddyRay

      Did you happen to search for Josh Duggar

      • safari

        No. Though good thought.

        • Gustav2

          I have been getting ads for Waygu beef yesterday and this morning.

          I double checked the temp needed on the tenderloins we cooked on Monday night. The husband never trusts my decades of restaurant experience.

          • Reality.Bites

            Gustav2, 40 years sitting on the sofa getting wasted and ordering pizza really doesn’t count as restaurant experience.

            Trust me. I know.

    • Rambie

      Ashely Madison is still around?!

      • safari

        Evidently

        • Rambie

          and yet, they shut down rentboy or whatever it was called. LOL

    • safari

      Looking at the other ads. One is for a Subaru, one is for an Arctic cruise, and the last one is for a site to date (no joke) Russian ladies.

      Maybe the internet thinks I’m a lesbian?

      • clay

        Wait! You mean you’re NOT Barbara Eden!

      • Reality.Bites

        I got the Russian lady site a week or two ago. I think that one’s coming from the site contents mentioning Russia a lot.

    • Reality.Bites

      Blame your twin.

    • Yes! I’ve been getting a slew of Ashley Madison ads also! I thought that site was history, guess not.

  • Dazzer

    The most interesting thing about this is that Mueller is going to get a lot of co-operation from various EU financial agencies.

    Despite its name, Deutschebank is not the official bank of Germany and the German authorities (along with the European Central Bank) will not only have their own information, they’ll be incredibly interested in anything Mueller comes up with.

    The problems will come from the City of London and offshore tax havens which will cite ‘regulations’ in not giving ful and accurate information to any investigator.

  • Smokey

    Hurry with that report Mueller…
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=g2LJ1i7222c

    • Gustav2

      That was fun. thanks for the smile.

      • Smokey

        You’re welcome. I find this constant barrage has engendered an inner sadness in me and the Cub although he still retains some of the optimism of youth. We take our pleasure where we can.

    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      I love this. How many kids today have no idea what that machine is?

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        Have one in my office. Incoming student: “Wow, that’s a pretty machine. What does it do?”

        • Mrs. Councillor Nugent

          Get a mimeograph, then tell them about snorting the fluid.

          • Anastasia Beaverhousen

            Oh, Honey, I think smelling all those test papers started me down the evil road of drug and drink. Who the hell I am kidding, I was drinking Bailey’s in my bottle.

          • Librarykid

            They killed our brain cells and pickled out livers with those wonderfully aromatic, cool, moist pages.

          • Zachary Adams

            We’re all showing our age {sigh}

          • Prost Seattle

            Yeah, fifth grade math worksheets are the gateway drug for middle aged gay men.

    • Mrs. Councillor Nugent

      A Boston Pops staple for literally decades, though that’s not the stage at Symphony Hall where they normally play, the stage floor is different.

      • Smokey

        I used an Austrian orchestra’s recording.

      • Librarykid

        Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo, played this piece when he appeared with symphony orchestras in cities he visited and put on childrens’ shows. I remember going to one on a Saturday afternoon.

    • Wasn’t this piece in “How to Succeed in Business “?

      • Smokey

        Not any version I know about; Frank Loesser was composer for Broadway and film.

  • IAMBOWLINGQUEEN
    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      Should read, “I can see Russia IN the White House.”

      • Todd20036

        I can see Kushner in Another Steve… eventually.

      • prixator

        “I can’t see the White House because Russia is obstructing the view.”

  • worstcultever

    Worldwide organized crime racket headed by world’s richest criminal (Putin) – backed by world’s most sophisticated (and thus far, completely unresisted) cyber disinfo racket –

    vs. Robert Mueller.

    Yep, I’m praying. For the asteroid.

    • JeauxFan

      The Republican Party’s entire reason for being is not only to keep white men rich but also to siphon into their coffers what little is left for the rest of us to live and retire on. MLK described the monetary and manpower requirements of the war in Vietnam as a “demonic destructive suction tube”. That’s how I see the avarice of Republicans. It’s so voracious, and by now, firmly entrenched in American and world politics that I honestly am losing hope.

      • netxtown

        I hate to say this – but i believe it would be prudent to remove “retire” from any and all thoughts, goals, and end games.

    • The Russian crime lords, paid for and built a road going through Mongolia to China. And on this road one sees a constant stream of large black SUV’s. Mongolians are worried they will be ground zero for Russian mob and Chinese tong battles. Hubby saw this himself and listened to the worry of the Mongolians.

  • DaddyRay

    I stupidly applied the new iPhone OS update and am now waiting on my phone to do a recovery

    • AmeriCanadian

      I feel your pain! Apple is dropping the ball as of late.

      • DaddyRay

        I don’t know why I would do this update right before work

      • CharlestonDave

        The new iMac Pro, supposedly released this month, is Apple’s answer to everything computer-based.

        • AmeriCanadian

          Of course it is. /s

    • safari

      So I should update right now?

      • DaddyRay

        I wouldn’t – the update has something to do with Apple Pay sharing money with friends and family (which I would never do through Apple Pay)

        • Leo

          It’s more than Apple Pay. cNet recommends the update. I did it and haven’t had a problem.

          • DaddyRay

            well it just finished recovering – now it is telling my that iTunes can’t sync because it doesn’t recognize the device

          • DaddyRay

            ok I had to re-trust the device

    • CharlestonDave

      I did OK with the iPhone update, but High Sierra ruined the ability of my old desktop Mac and old laptop to play 4K videos from my drone. Obviously Apple would like me to dash out and drop $3500 on each of two new machines.

  • CharlestonDave

    The complexity and reach of this scandal that is Trump boggle my mind. Scandal is really too small a word. Metascandal? How can anyone keep track of all of it? I have given up on following the details. Of late, I just keep in mind:

    (a) Trump et al had and have extensive business and personal entanglements with Russia;
    (b) Russia interfered in our election by secretly implementing a campaign against Hillary, at a minimum;
    (c) They are all lying about it constantly and shamelessly;
    (d) Several who lied about it to the FBI are already in serious trouble because that’s a crime, with more to come;
    (e) The Republican party is providing cover.

    Do I have the high points here? I honestly can’t keep up with it. It’s Scandal Fatigue Syndrome or something, idk.

    • Gustav2

      You missed conducting foreign policy while only the transition.

      While the Obama administration was applying sanctions on Russia Trumpsters said they would ease up on them and they also told other nations not to vote for a UN resolution on Israel’s illegal West Bank settlements.

      • CharlestonDave

        Thank you. We’ll put that as (d)1.

        • CharlestonDave

          And I just realized my list overlooked the most important charge, obstruction. So we have 3-part (d) now.

          • Gustav2

            Wait until he tries to fire Mueller! LOL

    • canoebum

      I use the word calamity. It is scandalous for Trump, but for the rest of us it’s a national disaster.

    • Paul

      There’s also.the russian ambassadors that have been dropping dead.

    • Librarykid

      Metascancal; is that like Metamucil, producing shit?

  • GayOldLady

    If (when) Trump fires Mueller I believe there will be an uprising of citizens all over the country and we’ll be thrown into a Constitutional crisis. I don’t think DJT, with or without his party, will survive a Mueller firing. I feel a Mueller firing is inevitable, particularly with the WSJ calling for it in recent months and now calling for Mueller to resign. This is going to make Watergate look like a walk in the park.

    • Leo

      One of Mueller’s fail-safe’s is Schneidermann, at least as far as pardoning goes.

      • GayOldLady

        I agree. Schneidermann likely has enough on Trump and his family to put them away for decades.

    • netxtown

      I do think we are nearing the end of a rope. Who’s neck it is around and who gets ‘hung’ first will be the deciding event. What unfolds from there is anyone’s guess.

    • Joe in PA

      Ya know GOL, I hear “constitutional crisis” a lot…what does that mean exactly. Ok, I admit,, I wasn’t paying attention in Civics. 🙁

      • Joe in PA

        From Wikipedia (my definitive source for everything…ahem):

        Politically, a constitutional crisis can lead to administrative paralysis and eventual collapse of the government, the loss of political legitimacy, or to civil war.

        • netxtown

          I read that – and heard…”the south’s gonna do it again”…and then remembered they’ve already lost once…..

        • AmeriCanadian

          Are you saying that our current politicians haven’t lost political legitimacy yet?

        • AdamTh

          Scary to think about but I could see a civil war in the future. It won’t be over marriage or Tony Perkkkin’s “religious liberty” to discriminate – it will be common folks vs the billllionaires.

      • Smokey

        If, as an example, it is proved that voting machines were hacked what do you do? The Constitution has no provisions for nullifying the vote or a do over. Who would respond? Congress; the Supreme Court? Are all actions by the administration now reversed? Who becomes president and how? That would be one crisis.

        • Joe in PA

          Such a delicious “crisis”. Let’s start with “reversing all actions”.

          Hey, I can dream. 🙂

          • Librarykid

            Let’s start with euthanizing all the republicans

      • GayOldLady

        A Constitutional Crisis happens when there is a stalemate among governing entities or legal bodies that the Constitution does not provide a remedy for.

    • netxtown

      I could be wrong…but somewhere buried within the Constitution – isn’t there some sort of language that empowers the people to oust the elected officials once they stray too far from the design?

      • Rambie

        My implied than spelled out IIRC. The French didn’t need even that much to empower themselves.

        But the dis-information machine will work overtime to point the angry mobs at the innocent, or at least wrong, targets. You know, like a pizza shop in DC.

      • clay

        You might be thinking of the Declaration of Independence:

        “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. . .

        when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.”

        • netxtown

          that’s the one!! thank you!!

          • clay

            Unfortunately, the part I eleded reads:

            “all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.”

          • canoebum

            They’re called elections. Perhaps if more citizens participated, we wouldn’t be in this mess.

          • AmeriCanadian

            “Both parties are the same”

        • geoffalnutt

          Donnie Two Scoops can’t read. The Constitution, The Declaration Of Independence, The Bill Of Rights, etc. – all totally meaningless to him. He doesn’t know what America stands for. He doesn’t care.

          • The only thing he cares about is amassing ever greater popularity, status, and having the best of everything.

    • leastyebejudged

      It doesn’t matter what the citizens want, it’s ALL up to this current idiotic scumbag congress.

      • AdamTh

        Nope.. It’s up to the scumbags that OWN Congress….

      • Librarykid

        they deserve to be sent on hunting trips with Cheney or people with the same poor aim and the same disregard for human life as Cheney

    • CharlestonDave

      Seth Abramson (ex-federal prosecutor) is arguing that Mueller can’t be fired now because there are 4 indictments already on the table.

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        That finding makes sense. He has to at least be present for those.

        C’mon: throw Kushner to the wolves before much longer. That alone will send Cheeto into the stratosphere.

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      • GayOldLady

        I hope that’s true.

    • worstcultever

      Pessimistic this morning. If Dump fires Mueller, nothing will happen. Sure, media/citizen flurry – but no consequences. The pukes have this all sewn up. There’s no more law.

      • drbrentzenobia

        Mueller has been collaborating with NY Attorney General Schneiderman to ensure that, even if Mueller is fired and Trump pardons everyone, NY state prosecution could go forward. Trump can’t stop him.

        And at this point even if Mueller were fired, the FBI would continue with the cases on autopilot. Sessions would have to commit obstruction of justice to stop them.

        It’s probably too late for Trump to stop the investigations at this point.

      • GayOldLady

        I understand your pessimism, but I think it will play out differently.

        • I sure hope so. Today I don’t believe that trump is going to pay for his crimes, and that he could win a second term.

          • GayOldLady

            I don’t know why I feel so strongly that Justice will prevail, but I do. I always go back to the quote from MLK
            “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward Justice”.

          • GOL I am hoping you are correct. I want this pit of despair to be scrubbed away.

          • John

            Please – Let It Be So!!!

          • glass

            He could never “win” a second term, he would have to steal it. And remember that it has been less than 1 year. There is so much shit in the streets of America, that Brazil can smell us stinking. 3 more years of this is not going to hold up.

        • Steve Smith

          You have to make sure it does. By fair means or foul.

      • Am also feeling very pessimistic these last few days. Today, especially so. I feel all that previous hopefulness I had, was nothing more than child like belief in the idea that good always triumphs.

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      The problem is that riots and the damage thereof happen where the unhappy people live, they don’t happen where the rich people live and love to vacation. You want to scare the willies out of the rich, protest and show up at yacht clubs, the Hamptons and outside the gated communities & private places the rich would usually chuckle while watching Faux News while eating caviar. Maybe even outside WSJ and Faux News HQ.

      To be blunt, there has been a class war, the rich won and this is the occupation. The worst thing to do is soil our own bed. It’s time to soil the front door of the enemy.

      • netxtown
        • ETownCanuck

          The protagonist of that song was unsuccessful though 🙁

      • clay

        uhh, inside gated communities and secured business towers, hack their political donation systems, jam the religious broadcasters . . .

        I mean, if you want a successful coup.

      • GayOldLady

        I agree, the GOP has won the class battle, but I don’t think they’ve won the class war.

        And I don’t condone rioting and don’t believe there will be rioting. I believe when Trump fires Mueller you will see people in the streets at State Capitals, DC, and most major cities. When the politicians see with their own eyes the outrage, they’ll step away from Trump.

        • Skeptical_Inquirer

          I don’t know. I look at the GOP pols and think they are perfectly capable of watching people get gunned down then complaining about all the blood on the sidewalks.

        • Jeffg166

          One can only hope.

    • Danieruw

      Here’s where the protests (peaceful) will be when this happens.
      https://act.moveon.org/event/mueller-firing-rapid-response-events/search/

  • mpatreyu

    I’m not going to believe this one until it is officially announced. Could be meant to stir up trouble for Mueller

  • leastyebejudged

    Such glacial progress !

    • AdamTh

      True, but… ever tried to stop a glacier?

      • worstcultever

        thanks for this – i like it

    • Leo

      The average timing of the reporting on what’s already officially taken place in this investigation is ~4 months and I would assume the same on this.

      I recall reporting on alleged requests for Deutsche records from the spring.

    • MatthewD

      I have no problem with cautiously dismantling our enemies foundation.

  • Sam_Handwich

    oh i almost forgot, it’s gay cake day

    https://twitter.com/chrisgeidner/status/938032372360122369

  • Sam_Handwich

    dotard’s twitter account has been silent so far today

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      He’s trying to figure out how to swear in German.

    • AdamTh

      Has he been known to “ghost tweet”?

    • netxtown

      I guess his handlers haven’t passed the preloaded messages back to the ‘throne’. Then they tell him to push the big red button…..

      • Tawreos

        I don’t like to think about Trump pushing buttons, especially big red ones because that is how the nuclear launch button is always portrayed.

    • clay

      The White House’s official communique came out an hour early today, and (as per usual) was about things that happened yesterday, or even last Friday (World AIDS Day was finally mentioned). What’s POSUS up to today? His standard calendar of only two items per day:

      Lunch with Senators (GOP, only); and
      Happy hour reception for Business Owners and their families.

  • boatboy_srq

    This directly relates to Lord Dampnut’s $800M price tag, yes? DBAG would have paid down (if not paid off) with the GOTea ransom.

  • leastyebejudged

    lol, douchebank

  • Hunter M
  • Renfield

    I’m becoming–really way past become–exhausted daily reading about the shitgibbon and his phony administration and their crimes. It’s like living through the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich one page at a time. They never surprise, never. Conway looks like the meth head she is. The rest, dumb and dumber. I mean, the entire administration, including the GOP, could be easily played by puppets, maybe Punch and Judy? But you can’t parody them. As for the “children”: at least they will look like the shitgibbon in a few years. He’s simply a crony in the Russian mob. If Mueller does his job, or is allowed to do his job, which I don’t think will happen, the indictment should be 1000s of pages long, from RICO to treason. Possibly one “good” thing (good is relative here of course), the list of beneficiaries of his “policies” in the U.S. is easy to find, so once IF we can somehow rid ourselves of this crap, basically wipe our ass clean of him and his group, we will have a long list of others to go after. And by go after I mean destroy. I really advocate something like 1789 or 1917 and I see others saying that as well. We’ve tolerated the sanctimonious GOP roaches long enough.

    • William

      I could get into a 1789 scene involving Mitch and the rest of the republicans.

    • bzrd

      They want us to live by the words of their Lard but they don’t have to. In the old days they were called Sunday christians but assholes the rest of the week, now they’re just shits all the time
      flush them,
      Mueller
      please

  • Buford

    Suddenly, all those cries of ‘collusion is not a crime’ and ‘no obstruction of justice’ seem sorta silly.

  • AlternativeQuacks

    I think we may be treated to an “unpresidented” tweetstorm today. But I’m still trying to guess how he’s going to blame Hillary for this.

  • Kevin Andrews

    This couldn’t happen to a more deserving Shitgibbon traitor. I’m sure the ritual is important to some but I would just as soon see the execution in the public square now rather than later. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/cfce562ab0dea31569e22fef57cc21a80eadfb4c56fb1e1ff7ca3487aef8ac72.png

  • bkmn

    Fasten your seatbelts kids. Trump will go nuts over this.

  • Beth Sanders

    So he has money somewhere. tell me why does this matter?

    In Christ,
    Bethany Sanderes

    • Reality.Bites

      You don’t respond, so I’ll I’ll tell you is to fuck yourself long and hard with a machete.

      • bzrd

        no room there when christ is in 24/7

      • stevenj

        Yes, but she/he/it does upvote comments. Let’s see if you get lucky.

        • Reality.Bites

          I did indeed.

          What did one tick say to the other tick?

          Oh no you’ve got a Beth Sanders on you,

    • AmeriCanadian

      You know how sometimes you accidentally wash some money with your clothes? Well, the serial numbers get changed when you do that. That’s what your dear leader is doing with his money and Deutsche Bank is helping him. Now go back to your bridge game.

      • bzrd

        she’s busy in the closet with christ

      • Beth Sanders

        not quite sure i understand. but thank you. Ethel has been calling me!

    • MatthewD

      We know the questions are important when people like you object to them. That’s a start.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada
  • MikeBx2

    Trump’s lawyer said a president can’t obstruct justice. How does he feel about money laundering?

  • Pluto Animus

    The first sentence of this post was not “BOOM.”

    Damn, I thought I knew you, Joe.

    Still, excellent news. Indictments on the Deutsche Bank evidence in about six to eight months is my guess.

  • James

    So, Trump fires Mueller, Republicans refuse to impeach him, Democrat voters retaliate by voting in Dems in 2018 who impeach him anyway, Republican voters retaliate by giving a Republican the White House in 2020, and the cycle continues.

  • The one interesting thing about my temping years is seeing my old bosses on the news. Sometimes in handcuffs! Pass the popcorn!

  • MassageBear

    Doesn’t Dotard’s son-in-law have a big mortgage payment coming up due in a few weeks to Deutschebank for some overpriced property in NYC?