[Also from the other thread...]
What I'm finding interesting in all this...
Those involved, directly or tangentially, are all selecting their words very carefully, with more than a couple non-denying denials.
For example, WH Dep Press Secretary Hogan Gidley on Fox News this morning when he was asked bluntly by Bill Hemmer, "Are you saying the President did not tell Michael Cohen to do that?"
Gidley's reply: "I'm telling you right now, this is exactly why the President refuses to give any credence or credibility to news outlets..."
Dep Press Sec Gidely went on and on, but did not answer the question, when all he really had to say was "that is correct."
Mr Hemmer replied, after patiently waiting, "That was not a denial of my question."
I thought that exchange to be quite interesting.
Still unexplained in this current set of events is --- why did Mr Giuliani do a sudden about face and say that only Pres Trump didn't collude, apparently implying that others in the campaign did. What prompted him to say that?
I'm thinking I may need to add that one to my list of unanswered curiosities.
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