Not to mention his other specialty of Russian money laundering. (We don’t know that yet, but what do you think the odds are?)
When you have three clients, and two say they don’t pay you, how else do you survive in New York?
It’s the blackest Black Jeopardy yet.
And since we’re explaining science while drunk, let’s expand today’s educational segment to Drunk History:
Let’s put this in context: If a Louisiana stripper, porn actress with a high school education has dirt on the Cheeto coated carnival barker, what do you think the the guy who once and still runs Russia’s spy agency have on his little puppet?
Based on this piece in last week’s New Yorker, I’m gong with pee tape:
Of all the allegations about Donald Trump contained in the ex-British spy Christopher Steele’s infamous “dossier,” the most notorious remains a secondhand report that Trump consorted with prostitutes in 2013 while staying in the Presidential suite at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, in Moscow, and that, at his request, the prostitutes urinated on a bed in which President Barack Obama and his wife had previously slept.
Early last year, when this allegation became public, along with much of the rest of the dossier, Trump denounced it as “crap” compiled by “sick people.” Since then, the allegation has remained uncorroborated, a fact that has given ammunition to those who want to dismiss the entire dossier as a fabrication. When it first emerged in public, the hotel-room allegation’s credibility was so hotly debated, it split the legendary investigative-reporting team of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who won a joint Pulitzer Prize for their exposure of the Watergate scandal. Bernstein, who helped CNN break the news of the Steele dossier, last January, argued that it was “not fake news.” But Woodward dismissed it as “garbage,” a comment that won him a thank-you note from Trump.
In a new book being published on Tuesday, “Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin’s War on America and the Election of Donald Trump,” the co-authors Michael Isikoff and David Corn report an anecdote suggesting that so-called golden showers were a form of entertainment familiar to some in Trump’s circle, even if not necessarily to Trump himself.