Show Me The Money: The Answer To Trump Bribery Questions

Law360 (March 26, 2018, 1:06 PM EDT) -- March madness found President Donald Trump. One minute, his chief legal counsel, John Dowd, went on Twitter to "pray" for the end of Robert Mueller's investigation. The next minute, Dowd resigned. Women came out of the woodwork alleging extramarital affairs. And, President Trump reversed course on his national security adviser, discarding H.R. McMaster in favor of the far more hawkish John Bolton. Hardly a day seems to pass without some major policy reversal or loyalty breach. Things simply never seem to be what they are when it comes to the president.

Recent events indicate another shell game may be in play....

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