Like a broken record, Trump has been repeating the same tweets over and over. When he’s stuck on a topic that he feels makes him look good, there’s no stopping him. Lately, it’s the Senate Intelligence Committee’s findings in which they concluded that they could neither prove nor disprove a connection between Trump and Russia.
Of course, the Senate Intelligence Committee is not Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Trump would love to be out of the woods at this point, but he isn’t. As much as he’d like for every news outlet to be giving 24-hour coverage of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s findings, everyone but him understands that this is not the final word and that the committee isn’t saying that no collusion happened, just that they can’t prove or disprove it with their findings.
Meanwhile, Roger Stone’s court battle is just beginning. It certainly seems as if Mueller has plenty of evidence that Stone either colluded or intended to collude with Wikileaks and Russian hackers to get illegally obtained dirt against Hillary Clinton. Trump hasn’t had much to say about his longtime friend’s troubles other than it’s “sad” and that he didn’t work for the campaign for long.
Reading through Stone’s indictment, it’s not apparent that he knew he was no longer involved in the campaign. Instead, it appears he was working closely with them to help Trump win.
Twitter wasn’t impressed by Trump’s all-caps declaration, either. Read some of their comments below: