Team Hillary is feeling their oats today and feeling pretty good about the brouhaha that the media has started around the Trump administration. They are in the How Do You Like Me Now mood and cannot suppress their glee. It seems that they want the President of the United to fail. Is that sort of un-American behavior?
As Written By Ed Morrissey for HOT AIR:
It may be “vindicating” to see a media avalanche on the woes of a president you tried to defeat, but it’s also problematic. What, exactly, does it say about your candidate? And yet, NBC News reported last night that Hillary Clinton and her campaign team want everyone to know they’re laughing about Donald Trump’s controversial and chaotic start, while claiming vindication for their campaign:
Hillary Clinton and her supporters are laughing to keep from crying.
After an election in which Donald Trump led chants of “Lock her up!” over Clinton’s handling of classified material and public transparency and branded her “the most corrupt candidate ever” over ethics conflicts, President Trump’s White House is now under bipartisan fire for multiple stories that Democrats argue outstrip any of their 2016 nominee’s alleged transgressions. …
In interviews with NBC, several veterans of the Clinton campaigned stressed that there’s a point behind the pile-on: Building momentum for investigations into the Trump administration, especially over potential ties with Russia during the campaign.
That may certainly be one point, and one that’s already happening at the FBI even without Team Hillary prodding. So far, though, the probe hasn’t actually found anything actionable — no coordination, and in Michael Flynn’s case, apparently no deception when being interviewed by FBI agents. Both Republicans and Democrats have called for investigations into the Flynn case, but the GOP mainly wants to look into the leaks and whether outside political operatives have influenced the intelligence community.
CONTINUE READING ARTICLE HERE: Team Hillary: We’re feeling pretty vindicated by Trump’s first month, you know