Sure it was. You just don’t want to answer, for obvious reasons.
No thanks, I’m glad to call out the lack of good faith responses directly when I see them. There was nothing to flag. But there was a lack of good faith to call out, so I did, and I will continue to do so.
Well, literally, he expressed a hope, not a request. So the most you can say is, taken literally, he had a hope of what they might find. Also, he didn’t literally say what they should do with those emails if they found them, did he? If you insist on taking him literally, you need to stick to that.
Clinton and Republican’s worked together on the new legislation. Bottom line is that Republican congress got to see Ken Starr’s report - unredacted. With the change, the report is now sent to the DOJ. They have no mandate to share the report with anyone, including congress. But of course public pressure will force their hand. House DEMs can sue for an unredacted version, but it is unlikely they will prevail. IMHO
Asking how we’re supposed to know when Trump is joking and when he is not is a very legitimate question. Going all the way back to the campaign, Trump supporters have had to continually explain things away for him for which there was no indication that what he was saying was a joke other than the explanation that followed.
Same people who don’t get it on reasonable is a personal attack and it’s not an attempt to have a discussion in good faith, and rather than attempting to explain you decided that only a reasonable person would understand so you decided not to try to explain, insinuating the other poster was not reasonable.
Try acting in good faith. You might just get some in return
Obviously that he was literally saying what he wished would happen and he was not asking Russia to do anything.
But maybe we should investig…oh, that’s right. We just spent two years doing that and…No Collusion.