Today's made-for-TV morning joust pitting The White House's Kellyanne Conway and CNN's Alisyn Camerota was a breakfast-classic. Both of them apparently had eaten their Cherios before taking center stage.
There's that iconic scene in the movie Animal House when slobbish John Belushi character provokes a food fight at the University cafeteria.
So, it is official.
President Donald Trump has admitted the obvious. He is being investigated.
On Tuesday, when he testified in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee, did Attorney General Jeff Sessions acquit himself on the issue of collusion with the Russians? Was it proper for him to not to answer questions posed to him by Senators if those questions dealt with conversations he had with the President of the United States, Donald Trump?
Today, is a moment of horror and acrimony For some of us, it could also be a day of reckoning.
My friend and Congressman Steve Scalise was shot as the Republicans were preparing for the annual baseball game against the Democrats.
How do you deal with the most powerful man in the world who tweets statements that might be hurtful to the country and to his own legal interests and whose poll numbers are the lowest for any new president in history?
In many respects, even as Attorney General Jeff Sessions faces the US Senate Intelligence Committee today, the future of the Donald Trump administration comes down to down to Donald Trump vs. James Comey. the battle of lies, veracity and credibility. The question, the ultimate inquiry, with whom do you believe?
Close your eyes and just imagine:
A Reporter asks President Donald Trump during a press conference whether he will let the public know if he has a recording of his conversations with Jim Comey, former Director of the FBI.
Cloud over the administration, growing cancer on your administration.
The twain has met.
According to the testimony of the former FBI Director Jim Comey today, President Donald Trump has stated his administration is under a cloud. During Watergate, Richard Nixon was told by his counsel John Dean that the then-president’s administration has struck with a deadly disease, cancer.
Well, it's official. At least, for now. If there are any questions remaining, the President’s tweets are official White House documents.