An attorney who left the CIA in 2014 after facing professional retaliation for trying to work with intelligence community whistleblowers is now representing the U.S. official who reportedly filed a complaint alleging wrongdoing by President Trump.
Jam O: I'm confused by the Mulvaney statement. Didn't Mulvaney stand at that press podium and declare that the White House staff looked at every other alternative and decided that the Doral "bed bug" Trump National resort was the best place to hold the G7 meeting? That made it sound like more than Trump made that decision. Now he is claiming that after being in the Oval office for 2 years, 272 days, 22 hours, 54 minutes as of this writing, that Trump still thinks he is in the hospitality business? As chief of staff, shouldn't he have reminded Trump that he is in the Oval office, and not in some Trump Tower office?