The head of the Family Research Council told Politico that evangelicals forgave Trump's past sexual indiscretions saying, Donald gets a "mulligan" and "a do-over here.’The religious right has soiled themselves repeatedly in their efforts to defend a possible pedophile and a man who bragged about his sexual assault techniques, had an affair with a porn star while his wife was recovering from giving birth to his son and then paid her off with $130K. But you know, bygones, right?
On CNN's Inside Politics, co-host John King correctly explained that Devin Nunes' new "memo".. creating a conspiracy theory freak-out on the Right... is tainted because he's been labeled a "Trump lap-dog" over his past actions on the House Intelligence Committee. The CNN show first discussed AG Jeff Sessions evolving memory during his testimony on all things Russia including George Papadopoulos, but now he's sitting down with Robert Mueller.
Shame on Matt Schlapp for attempting to coach Alisyn Camerota on how she should run her show. But if you don't want to talk about Trump's adultery, I guess distraction is your only option. Schlapp, the chairman of the American Conservative Union and frequent CNN Trump surrogate (his wife is Trump's White House Director of Strategic Communications) refused to engage any questions on CNN revolving around Trump's reported affair with porn star Stormy Daniels.
@alisyn_camerota Please don't indulge surrogates like @mschlapp. If he doesn't want to answer your questions and then tells you how to program your show, turn off his mic and move on. He wasted 8 minutes of @NewDay
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