A twitterific quick takes is coming your way.
Mitch McConnell gives Trump the green light to move on Mueller, says he won’t permit vote on legislation to protect special counsel from being fired pic.twitter.com/JktGyj1z1u
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 17, 2018
Sadly, people will look back on this era and blame Trump for the assault on democratic norms, while McConnell did far more damage. https://t.co/VyN1oALHBH
— Seth Masket (@smotus) April 17, 2018
* The NY Attorney General sets up a bank shot.
New York Attorney General Seeks Power to Bypass Presidential Pardons https://t.co/xnvtoOonDC
— Nancy LeTourneau (@Smartypants60) April 18, 2018
* The Texas senate race could be a toss-up.
new Quinnipiac Texas Senate poll: Cruz 47%, O'Rourke 44%
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) April 18, 2018
* Dictionary shade is the best!
In the 16th century, 'pettifogger' began to mean "a lawyer whose methods are petty, underhanded, or disreputable." https://t.co/oUQVbntIQW
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) April 16, 2018
* Sam Waterston pulls the old, “I’m not a lawyer, but I played one on tv.”
Trump claimed he'd be a "law and order" president. Take it from Sam Waterston: He's been anything but.
Trump is threatening to fire Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein. We need to be ready to take to the streets if he does. Text FIRED to 21333 to find a protest near you. pic.twitter.com/HSUEeXgoUp
— Stand Up America (@StandUpAmerica) April 16, 2018
* Maybe it is a witch hunt.
— AMHotFlash (@AMHotFlash) April 18, 2018
* Finally, take heed to this warning:
You won't believe what Obama says in this video 😉 pic.twitter.com/n2KloCdF2G
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) April 17, 2018