Democrats’ Daddy Issues With Trump Aren’t Going to Work Out Well for Them
By Stephen Kruiser
Top O’ the Briefing
Happy Monday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Derek’s ravings about having invented “solar-powered underwear” made him persona non grata at the Canasta Club’s monthly fondue social.
Well, that certainly was an interesting news weekend.
American Democrats are continuing their descent into a Trump-induced madness from which there obviously won’t be any return. They’ve escalated their insane war on Donald Trump to a point that has the potential to backfire in grand fashion. They really didn’t think this one through. Then again, they haven’t thought any of their Trump tantrums through. They’re blinded by rage and won’t stop until they get some red meat footage for the 14 viewers who still watch MSNBC and CNN.
Robert writes that the arrest of Trump that was originally planned for Tuesday may no longer be happening:
But now it turns out that the Manhattan district attorney’s office, which has Trump in its sights, just may be stepping back from the brink: Business Insider reported Saturday night that Trump’s indictment is “on hold” until one more witness testifies Monday afternoon.
At first, it wasn’t clear who the witness would be, but Matt wrote last night that we now know his identity:
A source with knowledge of the “hush-money” investigation has confirmed to the New York Times that Rudy Giuliani lawyer Robert Costello, a former legal advisor to Michael Cohen, will be appearing before the grand jury on Monday with the sole intention of undermining Cohen’s credibility.