Chuck Schumer might have finally gone too far.
The infamously partisan Senate minority leader has spent President Donald Trump’s administration playing a heckler’s role, pretending to tears over the plight of immigrant children when cameras were rolling and maliciously jeering the undeniable successes of the economy during the Trump presidency.
But in a Tuesday morning news conference, the career political hack from New York City took his criticism of Trump further than ever, insinuating without a shred of evidence that the president’s family had profited personally from deals made during Trump’s time in the White House.
In an interview only moments later, a clearly agitated Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky had a suggestion that might finally shut down Schumer:
Trump, he said, should take Schumer to court for defamation. full story