The Drudge Report, which debuted with its flashing blue light, has become subtle.
Yet, Drudge doesn't allude to that in its headline. Instead it simply announces that Donald Trump is going to the people in Melbourne, Florida. Isn't that the standard MO for politicos in the soup? To hold a rally?
And the news coverage Drudge links to discusses only that coming event this Saturday. It will be held in a hanger. In addition, Trump has hammered his intention to have America circling the moon several times during his first term.
One wonders why the bombastic Drudge is playing it cool. Is it because he senses the magnitude of the To Russia With Love story? And he doesn't want to show his own cards prematurely?
We have to remember that it was Matt Drudge who broke the Monica Lewinsky story. And that almost brought down a U.S. president. What Drudge knows now about Trump's relationship with the Russians before and after the election could also bring down a U.S. president.
It could again be the Drudge Report which discloses the facts which are the tipping point in setting in play another Watergate. Only, this one could be worse, some watchers warn.
As with Watergate, there could be the lawyers surrounding the president who could also be accused of breaking the law.
The top White House lawyer is former Jones Day partner Don McGahn. He represented the Make American Great Again campaign. After that, he was hired for the big job. Also in the White House are other former Jones Day lawyers. Could they too find themselves accused of allegedly being on the wrong side of the law?
The Jones Day brandname could become forever associated with the 2017 version of All the President's Men.
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