The Washington Post’s fact checker blog ripped Bill Clinton on Wednesday for his “pathetic and misleading attempt to normalize Hillary Clinton’s use of her personal email account,” giving the former president “Three Pinocchios” for his claim about emails marked classified on his wife’s private server.
A Washington Post contributor who claimed that a $400 million cash payment to Iran was “American diplomacy at its finest” failed to disclose that he has worked on projects that received funding from a chief architect of the White House’s self-described campaign to build a pro-Iran “echo chamber,” according to information obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
I’ve mentioned before how troubling I find Donald Trump’s use of the term “the Tiananmen Square riots,” how I think it’s indicative of an authoritarian mindset—or, at least, an authoritarian-curious mindset. Needless to say, then, I also found it disturbing that the presumptive Republican nominee would hint that he might use the power of the federal government to investigate and destroy businesses that displease him.
Here’s Trump, talking to Sean Hannity last night: