John Podesta: White House’s ‘tenuous grasp’ on truth creates ‘massive vulnerability’ for perjury in Russia investigation
“For a group of people who seem to have a very tenuous grasp on the truth, the chance of lying in an official investigation is pretty high,” John Podesta says of officials in Donald Trump’s White House, “and I think that is a place where they have massive vulnerability.”
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