Commentary Interviews News — 17 March 2017

Leaders of both the House and Senate Intelligence Committees confirm that they’ve seen no evidence to support President Trump’s claims that there was either surveillance of Trump tower and any monitoring at the direction of President Obama.

I specifically made the point that President Trump’s contentious relationship with the truth is a pattern, dating back to birtherism during the Obama administration. Time and time again Trump has made unsubstantiated allegations, yet never is held accountable for making them or penalized for never eventually substantiating them. They are slanderous and libelous in nature.

Also we dissected the first draft of the proposed budget of the Trump Administration and the cuts which would impact all cross sections of the federal government, especially those who are children, the elderly and the disabled.


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