Donald Trump loves to see himself on the cover of magazines like Time. He has even gotten upset when others have managed to get the cover, Steve Bannon for example. Recently fake Time Magazine covers, featuring Donald Trump, were discovered displayed in several of his properties.
Trump Jr. Lands A Time Cover
Donald Trump Jr. has landed himself a much coveted Time Magazine cover after he released emails this week that show him excitedly planning to collude with Russians during the elections.
While this cover may not be the circumstances the younger Trump may have wanted; it was his brazen conduct documented in emails that landed him there.
Trump Jr.’s Emails Make Even His Strongest Supporters Question
Long-time Conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer has been a fan of Donald Trump. He has gone along with the President’s story asserting that there has not been any evidence of collusion with the Trump team and the Russian government.
In an interview on Fox News, Krauthammer stunningly reverses his long-held position that nothing wrong had occurred. “They were saying for six months; we didn’t do it, there’s no evidence that we did it … Now they’re saying, yeah we did it, but it wasn’t so bad, and we were incompetent at it. That’s not a very good defense,” said the commentator.
He went on, “If you get in a car to go to a certain place in the middle of the night to pick up stolen goods, and it turns out the stolen goods don’t show up, but the cops show up, I think you’re going to have a very weak story saying ‘I got swindled here,’” He went on to say, “Look, this is incompetence, they got swindled, and he admits ‘If I had known, I wouldn’t have done this,’” Krauthammer said. “But to say ‘I love it,’ to be informed that the Russians are working on their behalf, contradicts six months of stories.”
Krauthammer explained, “I defended them because up until today there was no ‘there’ there. Well, now there is a ‘there. The denial of collusion is very weak right now because it looks as if Don Jr. was receptive to receiving this information.”