To recap: the personal lawyer for the President of the United States has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for conduct including campaign finance violations involving hush money payments to women on behalf of the President.
Or, as we call it in 2018, Wednesday.
— ThankYouForNotSmockingHat (@Popehat) December 12, 2018
AMI – the parent company of the National Enquirer – got immunity from prosecution for its role in a conspiracy to violate campaign finance laws with respect to the MacDougal story. They admit they coordinated with Trump’s campaign to influence the election. https://t.co/HAgLBSU4VN
— Bradley P. Moss (@BradMossEsq) December 12, 2018