Category: Robert Mueller

Donald Trump: A life-threatening toxin in our body politic

    What did we do to deserve to be cursed With a president who is the worst of the worst? He was duly elected But now us has infected With a pernicious boil that Bob Mueller must burst.    

The yin and yang of Sam Nunberg   My last name is Nunberg, but just  call me Sam. I like to be noticed, I am quite a ham. And if Mueller does try To make me testify, I will or I won’t because that’s what I am.          

Ryan, McConnell, the Memo, and the Trumpian Fifth column

  The FBI’s under attack. We must all gird our loins and fight back. The Republicans help To save Mr. Trump’s scalp; Is there any who isn’t a hack?

The inscrutable Mueller

  On Trump’s ties to Russia who knows what’s in store. Though pundits conjecture Trump’s clean or done for. While the parties debate If the facts catenate, It’s safe to suspect that Bob Mueller knows more.

Methinks little Wilbur Ross protests too much

“Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, retained investments in a shipping firm with business ties to Russian President Vladimir V. Putin’s inner circle.” []   Secretary of Commerce, pint-sized Wilbur Ross Calls his ties to the Russians complete applesauce. His financial exposure To Putin is kosher And he’s taking the heat on account of his boss.... Read more »

Mueller's fishing expedition (with a little help from Thoreau)

  Trump’s approval on polls keeps on falling And who knows when they will bottom out. In the meantime he amps up name-calling As Bob Mueller in milk finds the trout.

Is the Oval Office becoming a pressure cooker?

  In Trump’s kitchen cabinet, they’re hunkering down Having learned Mueller talked to Sam Clovis. The pressure may force more of them  to blow town As the heat has turned  up where the stove is.  

Trump's denial of knowing Papadopoulos is highly implausible

“President Trump on Tuesday belittled George Papadopoulos, the former foreign policy adviser who tried to broker connections between Trump campaign and Russian officials, as a “young, low level volunteer” as he sought to distance himself and his campaign from the special counsel’s investigation.” [Philip Rucker, The Washington Post]   With a name like a curator at... Read more »

On Trump's reaction to Mueller's indictments

  In the White House, it’s said, Trump is fuming O’er charges made and charges looming. He’s many a jitter And silent on Twitter, But our luck will run short.   I’m assuming.

Mueller's first shot across Trump's bow

  The initial indictment’s been sealed by the court; It comes at a time of the greatest import. I fervently wish It will  hook a big fish On the scale and the size of a Paul Manafort.