New York Times Confident Sessions Won’t Bow To Trump’s Threats To Find ‘Anominoushhh’ Op-Ed Writer

We’re confident that the Department of Justice that the First Amendment protects all American citizens and that it would not participate in such a blatant abuse of government power. The President’s threats both underscore why we must safeguard the identity of the writer of this op-ed and serve as a reminder of the importance of a free and independent press to American democracy. That's from the New York Times and it's in response to Donald Trump's suggestion that he will attempt to force t

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2 thoughts on “New York Times Confident Sessions Won’t Bow To Trump’s Threats To Find ‘Anominoushhh’ Op-Ed Writer

  1. This is more than the individual concerned, who is actually irrelevant apart from her or his reportage. As Elizabeth Warren has pointed out, the actions of this group of people trying to contain a lunatic’s worst excesses are unconstitutional. The president of the United States is a nutjob. Where Trump flails, disaster almost unfailingly occurs and he flails wildly, as nutjobs do. Gary Cohn’s single proven act is actually enough evidence that he is endangering the United States and allies and indeed everybody on the planet. An administrative cabal is neither appropriate nor safe enough. He should be removed from office forthwith. Get on with it!

  2. There’s a very important principle that every prospective trial lawyer is taught early in law school: never ask a witness a question you do not already know the answer to. Trump is not a lawyer, although God knows he has spent half half his life with them. The more he keeps shouting about finding the traitorous bas…d who wrote this op ed the more I can’t help thinking that if the answer really surprises him (wife, daughter, son-in-law ….) he will be in his biggest jam yet. What would he do, crucify Ivanka on the South Lawn?

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