“…If the president put Russian salad dressing on his salad tonight, somehow that’s a Russian connection,” White House spokesperson Sean Spicer once quipped. Yes, “this Russia thing” seems to be all about food of one kind of another. With this in mind, the latest White House scandal involving Donald Trump Jr. and his contact with Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer with links to the Kremlin, is not the “nothing burger” the Republicans would have many believe.
As Former FBI agent James Comey sat before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week, there existed one irrefutable fact: Mr. Comey possessed something that neither Trump nor his administration would ever possess…integrity. Comey’s testimony was sincere, admirable, and whether meaning for it to be or not, it was deadly to Trump’s presidency.
During the hearing Comey engaged in a conversation with Americans, the kind that Trump could never have. Comey answered questions openly and candidly. He never used the word hero, but he did use the word “cowardly”. I use the word humility. In Canadian courts often judges rely upon the credibility of Continue reading “The Comey Before the Storm: a Question of Truths”→