Trump never told his HHS Secretary Alex Azar that he was replacing him with Mike Pence as the leader of the Coronavirus response.
As Mike Pence warmed up the crowd in Battle Creek, Michigan, a group of Trump supporters chanted lock her up when Nancy Pelosi's name was mentioned.
Trump bragged about a Syria ceasefire, but it turns out that Turkey was correct. There is no ceasefire as the shelling has continued.
The anger of Republicans in Congress is reaching a boiling point at Donald Trump‘s plans to improperly divert billions of dollars from money that was earmarked by Congress for the military to build his border wall. Trump intends to divert the money using the authority of his questionable national emergency declaration.
Last night the federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York (SDNY) subpoenaed the financial records from Donald Trump’s inauguration committee. This is a good indication that the SDNY prosecutors plan to bring criminal charges very soon against Donald Trump, members of his family, and others in his inner circle.
The recent bad news for Mike Flynn is also bad news for Vice President Mike Pence, and may mean that he will soon be indicted by Bob Mueller.
Yesterday the judge responsible for sentencing Flynn suggested he was guilty of treason and should spend some serious time in jail. Also yesterday, one of Flynn’s partners in crime, Bijan Kian was arrested. These events can be interpreted to mean that Mueller is very close to indicting our Vice President.
The problem with this thinking is that it would mean Pence had to avoid not just controversy, but also criminal behavior. But it seems it hasn’t worked out that way.
Vice President Mike Pence has based his entire political career on being “holier than thou.” He has successfully campaigned on “restoring family values” and bringing morality back to America.
Too many media outlets had difficulty attributing the Indiana corporate payoff to Pence and it's a sign they're still pimping Donald Trump as a hero.