You're saying "legal" and "incidental" while investigating other people equates to this? How is Obama sick or low and how is that Watergate?
Boro Friend wrote:I don't think we have seen the end of that story.
astontibs wrote:I guess baby man was right all along. http://thefederalistpapers.org/us/house ... bama-admin
Phaedrus wrote: This seems to be related to the story that people in the Obama administration were spreading investigative files around the bureaucracy so as to make it harder for Trumpites to find and erase them. It's information related to other investigations that happens to have caught Trump associates talking to the subjects of the investigation. Apparently it is explosive enough that people feared it would be destroyed.
This is what happened to the last Mayor of Norristown. He was caught on tape talking crime to someone who was the subject of a completely different investigation. County investigators passed the info to the FBI and the rest is history.
I'm guessing there are a billion reasons to investigate Trump, starting with his bogus tax credits.
Stinky Pete wrote:Boro Friend wrote:I don't think we have seen the end of that story.
Stranger things have happened. Right now, the story as I understand it is that Trump pulled that accusation out of nowhere, and demanded an investigation. While reviewing what surveillance was taking place, someone found that one or more of Trump's team was picked up "incidentally" in unrelated surveillance. In no way does this make Trump right. In fact, it should make people even more concerned about what's going on.