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The invention of lying. Are we really surpised when politicians and bureaucrats lie? In this episode we talk about the lies that politicians tell and what we can do about it to stop it. If you are looking for a passionate and engaging look at politics with a side order of not taking ourselves to seriously you are gonna love The Schmidt Show.
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- Should We Believe a Word He Says? — Michael Cohen – President Trump’s former personal attorney – is spending three days testifying before congressional committees this week, making a series of accusations against his former client. But with his long record of lying again and again, why should anyone believe a word Cohen says regarding Trump or anything else?
- Convicted liar Michael Cohen is testifying about Trump – Should we believe a word he says? | Fox News — House Democrats are relying on Cohen to help them fulfill their campaign promises to aggressively investigate the president’s activities in the private sector, in his personal life and in government.
- Michael Cohen’s long history with Trump — ...here’s a timeline to help keep track of the federal probe in New York and Cohen’s involvement in the Russia investigation. Some of these entries also live in PBS NewsHour Correspondent Lisa Desjardins’ interactive, frequently updated giant Russia timeline. Check out the full timeline here.
- The giant timeline of everything Russia, Trump and the investigations | PBS NewsHour — This timeline is a tool aimed at understanding the growing number of dots and where they connect. Think of it as a map. We spent months checking and cross-checking sources of information for each item.