Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are glad to see Donald Trump’s alleged Supreme Court short list coming down to mostly encouraging names.  They also rip the right for its insane romance with Julian Assange, with Trump suggesting Assange is trustworthy and Sarah Palin even apologizing to Assange for condemning his publishing her own hacked emails years ago.  And they groan as Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer vows to stall at least eight Trump cabinet nominees.

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  1. Hoyacon Member
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    Geraghty is pretty credulous on the “Russians did it” hacking.  You don’t have to like Assange to recognize the lack of real evidence tying this to the Russians, and Geraghty doesn’t put forth any.  There are some excellent threads here discussing how weak the case is at present.

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