On Tuesday, Donald Trump Jr. released what he says is the full e-mail chain regarding setting up the June 2016 meeting between him, along with Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort, with a Russian lawyer who had dangled in front of them the possibility of her having information harmful to the Clinton campaign.
In my view, the e-mails are extremely damaging to the president's son, not really a question of legality but of competency and honesty.
Also, Mr. Trump's initial statements about the meeting which had to be repeatedly "clarified" is now reported as having been approved by the president himself.
OK, methodologically this isn't much of a poll but I still like the question: Are Coloradans courteous drivers? The poll says yes, but Denver Post readers commenting on the article sure seem to disagree!
An American soldier, 34-yr-old Sgt. Ikaika Erik Kang was arrested for intending to support ISIS including trying to get them a drone. The most incredible part of the story, in my opinion, is this, from the FBI affidavit accompanying his arrest:
While in the U.S. Army, as far back as 2011, KANG has made threatening statements. He was reprimanded on several occasions for threatening to hurt or kill other service members, and for arguing pro-ISIS views while at work and on-post. Due to these remarks and threats, KANG's security clearance was revoked in 2012, but reinstated the following year after KANG complied with military requirements stemming from the investigation.