— The Hill (@thehill) January 15, 2017
Don't want to trust that tape to a courier. https://t.co/xXWjatfKdd
— Schooley (@Rschooley) January 15, 2017
Per the Guardian:
Donald Trump’s first foreign trip is to be to Iceland for a summit with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, according to reports.
In a move that echoes Ronald Reagan’s cold war meeting in Reykjavik with Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986, Trump and his team have reportedly told British officials that the summit will take place within weeks of him becoming US president…
On Saturday the president-elect said he would consider dropping sanctions against Russia if Moscow helped tackle terrorism and worked with the US on other goals, although they would remain in place “at least for a period of time”…
Trump’s claims that he has “nothing to do with Russia” appear to have been contradicted by his son Donald Jr, who reportedly said in a speech in 2008 that “Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section” of a lot of the Trump Organisation’s assets…
They'll seal the deal by signing each other's names in the snow. https://t.co/ehs1qfjZSA
— Zeddy (@ZeddRebel) January 15, 2017
Not always, but general heuristic: Angrier Trump gets a/b, and the more he harps on, an allegation against him, the more likely it's true
— Jesse Singal (@jessesingal) January 15, 2017
So few ask if Trump's taxes are perpetually under audit because he's up to his eyeballs in foreign debt including to Russians.
— Zeddy (@ZeddRebel) January 14, 2017