President Donald Trump‘s lawyers are gearing up for special counsel Robert Mueller‘s final report, and they apparently expect that a “complex multi-faceted” legal fight over executive privilege will be required. Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani told the Daily Beast that he’s still in wait-and-see mode, while an unnamed person familiar with the legal team’s thinking expressed that Team Trump “expect[s] a complex, multi-faceted process to ensue after Mueller’s team drops its report—potentially involving a legal battle over executive privilege.” Giuliani, for his part, said that if Mueller’s report “doesn’t deal with sensitive, privileged material, then we probably will have no objection.” “But we can’t know that until we see it, and we can’t know if we’re going to agree to all of it, some of it—there’s no way to know that in the abstract,” he added, … [Read more...] about Trump Lawyers Gearing Up for ‘Complex, Multi-Faceted’ Response to Mueller’s Findings… That Will Backfire?
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opinion Suzanne Fields Published 9:27 PM EST Dec 31, 2018 'Tis the season to be angry. The president is angry at the Democrats for not allocating enough money to build the border wall. The Democrats are angry at the president for wanting one. Civil servants are angry at both parties for closing the government and putting thousands on furlough. We're all angry at Congress and the president for playing politics rather than paying attention to what's best for the country. Jim Mattis, secretary of defense, was so angry when the president said he would withdraw troops from Afghanistan and Syria that he delivered his letter of resignation to take effect at the end of February. The president was so angry when he read it that he made it effective on the first of January. During the holiday season, we're warned about office parties and fraternizing with the opposite sex because drinking reduces sexual self-restraint. But today we're warned to be wary of drinking the bubbly with those … [Read more...] about Opinion: Let’s address anger in New Year
KANYE West has reignited his feud with Drake after finding out he followed his wife Kim Kardashian on Instagram. The rapper, 41, took to Twitter today to hit out at the Canadian, branding the move the “most f**ked up of all”. In a series of angry tweets, he wrote: “I never knew till this morning that Drake followed my wife on Instagram back in September. “I had to bring this up because it’s the most fucked up thing of all and I just saw it this morning. “Imagine having a problem with somebody and they follow your wife on Instagram.” Seemingly calming down, he added: “We truly wish this man the best and pray that he will find the same happiness that we have.” Kanye and Drake's relationship became strained earlier this year amid rumours Drizzy rapped about sleeping with Kim on his track In My Feelings. Many music fans believe Drake insinuated he'd slept with Kanye's wife Kim on his track In My Feelings. On the track he rapped about … [Read more...] about Kanye West reignites feud with Drake after finding out he followed wife Kim Kardashian on Instagram
GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. — An employee at a Grand Rapids nursing facility kept more than 1,900 opioid tablets intended for clients for herself over two years, according to a state agency’s investigation. The facility’s clients sometimes went without pain medications as a result, according to the report. The investigation by the Minnesota Department of Health’s Office of Health Facility Complaints also found that other staff members were aware of the theft but didn’t report it because of fear of retaliation by the employee and by management at the facility, Majestic Pines Senior Living. The agency posted its findings online on Wednesday from an investigation that was concluded Nov. 16 after a visit to the northern Minnesota facility on Oct. 16 and 17 by senior special investigator Darin Hatch. Copies of the report were filed with the Itasca County attorney, the Grand Rapids city attorney and the Grand Rapids Police Department. Jessica Wolf, executive director at … [Read more...] about 1,900 pain pills stolen by northern Minnesota nursing facility employee, state finds
Sainted We don’t do statues or busts anymore, and it’s largely a good thing. But if we did, I’d nominate Dan Bostrom as deserving of a lasting monument to honor his monumental service to the citizens of St. Paul. I first got to know this fine man when he was an honored member of St. Paul’s ISD 625 School Board. As a district employee back then I sat through many a meeting and greatly appreciated his many well-delivered contributions to the betterment of the students and teachers. I lately have followed his civic career more recently as a member of the City Council. Counsel, he does, with his wise words and civic manner. He has prudently addressed, in his comments, all sides of the issues considered, both the idealistic and the realistic. Dan Bostrom has often made the Council aware that not every good proposal can be funded without raising more and more taxes. He has been aware that city residents are rightly concerned about double-digit taxation and cautioned … [Read more...] about Sainted and Tainted: Good counsel is hard to find, and Dan Bostrom gave us plenty