- In a recent interview on an MSNBC news program, she referred to the current President as President Bush: "First, he [Trump] tries to charm you. President Bush tries to charm you. If that doesn't work, he tries to bully you. If that doesn't work, he walks away."
- When someone tried to correct her, she ignored him.
- On February 6, shortly after Trump became President, Pelosi said she saw no way that she could work with “President Bush.”
- On the ABC news show “This Week," on April 30, 2017, she again referred to Trump as President Bush and then had to apologize to Bush for her mistake.
- Attorney Eric Conn recently pleaded guilty to stealing more than half a billion dollars from the Social Security program.
- Which should be good news except for the fact that after pleading guilty, Connn hit the road and cannot be found.
- It is believed that he may be hiding out in Cuba.
- He somehow got out of his ankle monitoring bracelet two months after pleading guilty to the fraud, awaiting his July sentencing day in court, which raises the interesting and distressing question: why was he not immediately jailed after pleading guilty?
- The FBI is clueless as far as his whereabouts: “Conn’s whereabouts are currently unknown,” according to David Habich, the general counsel in the FBI’s Louisville office.
- Ned Pillersdorf, an attorney for one of Conn’s former clients, summed up this insanity best: ‘It was totally predictable that he would flee. I was always shocked that, when he was arrested, he was actually allowed out on bond. And there has been a betting pool going on in Prestonsburg [Kentucky] on not if he would flee, but when.”
- Caroline Biden, the niece of former Vice President Joe Biden recently pleaded guilty to a $100,000 credit card scam.
- And this was not a one time, accidental or incidental scam, according to the Post she worked the scam for over a year: “Using a borrowed credit card, the blonde Caroline Biden set up an unauthorized customer account at Bigelow Pharmacy on Sixth Avenue in Greenwich Village, and racked up the six-figure bill over the course of a year, according to a criminal complaint that does not name the victim card owner.”
- But despite the magnitude of her crime and the large amount of money she stole, as the niece of a powerful Federal politician she will receive no jail time, not one week, not one day, not one hour.
- She will receive no jail time despite pleading guilty to grand larceny and petit larceny.
- And even those charges will be reduced if and when she pays back the $100,000.
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