If it's Friday than it must be time for The Gregg Housh Show! --
Here on episode 16 we take a break from our recent stream of guests to just kick back with the regular gang and discuss this week's bouquet of current events.
First off, we round table it about the total disintegration of the Trump administration's Russian defense - as well as any pretense left that its anything but amateur hour at the White House - Further detailing the slipping away of any credibility the administration hopes to claim in effort to halt the seriously alarming downslide tumble which continues into pure incompetence and legal quagmires. The White House, slammed by the latest development of the Russian collusion story, is filled with more lawyers than staff as the bottom truly dropped out this week.
It went down like this: upon getting word of the future release of an article by the New York Times, who has been working and gathering evidence all year to put together the story and evidence of a meeting which took place over the summer - involving Donald Trump Jr and a clearly stated Russian agent - a meeting which had been sought out by the Russian, and to which Donald Trump Jr had agreed, concerning material said by the Russian to entail a potentially 'damaging' set of information on Clinton held by the Russian government. In attempt to preempt the times, Donald Trump Jr release all emails concerning the matter. What follows is a jaw dropping reveal of what many claim is the very collusion with Russia which many have sought. The group discuss how this all played out, exactly what has been detailed in these emails, and how this will effect things moving forward.
Also on the chopping block, the group discuss Chistopher Wray's nomination for FBI director, the push this week to alert the public on what the end of net neutrality entails that ended up with a swell of over two million comments submitted to the FCC. Along with various other smaller events, we discuss the general failure of the GOPs attempt to follow through with its year-after-year promise to end Obamacare, detailing some of the cluster bomb of various healthcare plans being proposed by the disagreeing GOP splinter groups.