Blogger in downtown Chicago By John Ruberry The biggest catch, so far, for the Mueller Probe is the sentencing last week of political consultant and lobbyist Paul Manafort, who was briefly the chairman of the Donald Trump presidential campaign. Manafort, a very conspicuous Washington insider, pleaded guilty to charges of tax and bank fraud, and … Continue reading What if there was a Mueller probe of the Chicago City Council?
The bank...is trying to kill me, but I will kill it! Andrew Jackson I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve. Isoroku Yamamoto There has been a lot of pixels, Ink and TV time dedicated to the Conviction of Paul Manafort and the sudden … Continue reading Washington Insiders Better Beware Trump’s Jacksonian Response to Manafort and Cohen
Who is Paul Manafort, the man in charge of the Trump campaign? Mary Kate Cary explains, When Trump hired Manafort, The New York Times buried the story on page A14, with only a single sentence about his international political consulting; The Wall Street Journal also had only one sentence. Similarly, The Washington Post ran a … Continue reading Paul Manafort, Trump’s fixer