What If There Had Been Damaging Info On Hillary? Donald Jr Had A Right To Meet With Russian Lawyer
James Robbins, USA Today
The saying in the Watergate days was that “it’s not the crime but the cover-up.” These days, you don’t need a crime or a cover-up to trigger outsized political outrage, just a heavy dose of bad optics.
The latest hyperventilating from the anti-Trump crowd is over a chain of emails from June 3-8, 2016 between Donald Trump Jr. and music producer Rob Goldstone.