Based on a tip from a confidential source, I’m working on an exclusive post on Trump’s sketchy Russian sanctions.
I’m also due to see Randy Rainbow this evening and have a dentist appointment—not to mention dealing with ongoing allergy issues—so I’m moving the 85th edition of CrankyYank to Friday.
This post will chronicle some of Russia’s dastardly deeds that had gone unanswered—until Mueller’s indictments came down, which mysteriously caused the administration* to act. Was this a simple act of cutting and pasting a list of oligarchs from Mueller’s action, or something else? More to follow…
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