But the potential presidential aspirant’s bulk has also been the butt of jokes. Blogger Laura Goldman caught MSNBC’s Chris Matthews taking the latest crack at it on Thursday. Matthews was speaking at Thinkfest, a weeklong event sponsored by Philadelphia magazine at the Rittenhouse Hotel, when magazine editor Tom McGrath asked Matthews’ take on Christie’s potential 2016 bid.
Sekulow issued a one sentence statement in response to a list of detailed questions from The Post.”Apart from being of no consequence, the characterizations are misinformed, inaccurate, and not pertinent,” Sekulow’s statement read.Trump Jr. Did not respond to requests for comment. His attorney, Alan Futerfas, told The Post that he and his client “were fully prepared and absolutely prepared to make a fulsome statement” about the meeting, what led up to it and what was discussed.Asked about Trump intervening, Futerfas said, “I have no evidence to support that theory.” He described the process of drafting a statement as “a communal situation that involved communications people and various lawyers.”Peter Zeidenberg, the deputy special prosecutor who investigated the George W.
EPA: Myron Ebell directs environmental and energy policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and is a leading climate change skeptic. He opposes the Clean Power Plan, which is aimed at reducing carbon emissions, calling it illegal. He heads a group called the “Cooler Heads Coalition” that questions “global warming alarmism.” DOE/NRC: Mike McKenna, president of MWR Strategies, a lobbying firm.
“If I do become DNC chair, I am not going to impose a policy on anybody. We’re going to have a democratic process on how we arrive at funding the Democratic Party,” he said. Ellison, who co chairs the Congressional Progressive Caucus, said he would make sure the ban came up for debate but said he would leave the ultimate decision up to the broader DNC body a deference that neither Obama nor Wasserman Schultz showed..
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Hey I agree with you, but there a difference between expressing your frustration with something and downright attacking it. There are plenty of comments from people who rant about places like SWS and SW which are fine I more concerned with posts that have titles like, “The mods of r/StarWars are cucks” (an actual removed post) and other shit like that. I don want to get involved in anyone else bullshit..