The FISA applications, the testimony in secret hearings, the scope memorandum — all of it.
It does what lawmakers have become best at: delegating their authority to the president so they can later complain about how he uses it.
The special counsel bent the rules, to be lenient.
Look next to the Southern District of New York, where they don’t write, they indict.
It spun old facts. It didn’t give us new ones.
D.C. has been delusional about the Kremlin since the 1990s.