Will You Kiss The Don(ald)’s Ring?


For Trump, what’s personal and what’s business are … the same thing

President Donald Trump just can’t seem to stop himself from making inappropriate comments to law enforcement officials involved with the Russia investigation — the latest being Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who’s overseeing Robert Mueller’s probe.

According to a new report from CNN’s Pamela Brown, Evan Perez and Laura Jarrett, when Rosenstein visited the White House in December, Trump asked Rosenstein where the Russia investigation was heading and whether the deputy attorney general was on his “team.” The CNN team cites “sources familiar with the meeting.”

The comments would be part of a pattern for Trump of demanding to know which side law enforcement officials are on, even when they’re supposed to be nonpartisan. He reportedly requested then-FBI Director James Comey’s “loyalty,” questioned the “loyalty” of Attorney General Jeff Sessions after his recusal from the Russia probe, and inquired about whom then-Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe voted for in 2016.

The Rosenstein comments, which reportedly happened just last month, make clear Trump hasn’t changed his stripes in this regard — he wants his top law enforcement officials to be personally loyal to him, and he can’t bring himself to simply let the Russia probe go forward without his interference.

And…there’s more.

How loud would the Noise Machine/Puke Funnel’s shouting be if, FSM forbid, a Democratic Administration was demanding personal loyalty from law enforcement while quite literally rolling out the red carpet/rolling over for a hostile foreign power?

Might explain why a lot of rats are abandoning ship

2 thoughts on “Will You Kiss The Don(ald)’s Ring?

  1. Trump seems to be laboring under the misconception that the Department of Justice is his personal law firm. Sadly, the Attorney General doesn’t have the moxie to tell him otherwise, and Congress is studiously indifferent to the problem.

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