Maggie Haberman is a a very good reporter from the New York Times. She is soon to release a book about Trump which includes a number of interviews with him. One of the reasons this is coming out now is because a story is in the book about how Trump took documents to Mara Lago and he knew it was wrong / illegal.
Many people are jumping all over Ms. Haberman because she never told anyone about this crime. And they feel it would have changed the game.
Really? The first time he admitted to an illegal act was when he fired James Comey. It was just a few months after he was elected and I remember Michael Che on SNKL saying, "It's over right? That's it? Donald Trump, the President, admitted to a crime. Can we all go home now?"
But no, it wasn't over.
It wasn't over when he admitted to campaign fraud. It wasn't over when he admitted to illegal sexual extortion. It wasn't over when he blackmailed blue states over Covid funds. It wasn't over when he illegally broke the Constitution's emoluments laws. It wasn't over when he blackmailed NATO, Montenegro and illegally extorted Ukraine for arms to lie about Hunter Biden.
IT WAS NEVER OVER WHEN HE LIED, BROKE THE LAWS, CHEATED OR ASSAULTED WOMEN. IT WASN'T OVER WHEN HE TRIED TO OVERTHROW THE FUCKING GOVERNMENT.
What makes anyone think this one thing would have made any difference?