Monday morning, a federal judge issued a ruling that will have the president tweeting at any moment, and just like with every other rant, it will be warranted. That’s what desperate men do when faced with their certain fate, and that’s exactly what a simple man like Donald J. Trump does when facing adversity.
The ruling requires the Pentagon, as well as the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), to hand over documents relating to Ukraine to the media.
Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, a district judge for the District Court for the DC, issued a preliminary injunction requiring the agencies to give all non-exempt documents to the Center for Public Integrity after the nonprofit news outlet issued a #FOIA request for the records
— Michael O'Grady (@mog7546) November 25, 2019
Since the president views the media as enemy number one, this will certainly be the topic in politics today. Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly’s notes read as follows:
People on Twitter immediately started talking about the breaking news. This is what they are saying:
Good. Expose the truth. #TrumpCheats
Judge orders Pentagon, budget office to give Ukraine documents to news outlet https://t.co/DO2xVlq00X
— Spider-Man 2020 💥🕸️ (@1SpiderMan2020) November 25, 2019
FOIA – re Trump, DOD, State, OMB re Ukraine
‘Court ORDERS that Defendants process at least half the responsive pages—approximately 106 pages—and produce the responsive, non-exempt documents to Plaintiff by DECEMBER 12, 2019”https://t.co/YHS7djAQHf pic.twitter.com/fpa9NsPjDE
— File411 (@File411) November 25, 2019