VT is calling for an investigation of Melania’s application for US residency. We are told it is filled with errors, which we will not characterize as lies though some might. If there are errors, she should be removed from the country but we don’t think her child should be put in a cage.
Not to be missed among a sea of misconduct is Barr’s use of your taxpayer dollars to bring a DOJ lawsuit to enforce a non-disclosure agreement by an aide to Melania Trump, who is not a government employee. She or campaign should hire their own lawyer. https://t.co/o8SJFAdBWd— Barb McQuade (@BarbMcQuade) October 16, 2020
"The lawsuit is the latest move by the Justice Department to intervene in disputes between the Trumps and their former aides…But unlike Bolton, the government doesn't allege Wolkoff disclosed any classified material." https://t.co/jjn4mrihsh— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) October 13, 2020
"The Department of Justice has turned into the Trump's own police force, unfortunately," says a former Melania Trump aide who is facing a lawsuit from the DOJ over her tell-all book about the First Lady. https://t.co/1Zqtvl9Yzb pic.twitter.com/zcPEn2n3nT— Cuomo Prime Time (@CuomoPrimeTime) October 15, 2020
So why is AG Bill Barr getting the justice department involved in a civil lawsuit with a private citizen?— David W Pippy (@DWPippy) October 13, 2020
Anybody got the answer?
Justice Department sues Melania Trump tell-all book author, says she broke non-disclosure agreement https://t.co/H5N08l9vM5
“The decision to file the lawsuit raised new questions about whether President Trump is using the powers of the Justice Department to settle personal scores that have little to do with the federal government.” https://t.co/zYBYnSONcl— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) October 14, 2020
The Justice Department has filed a civil lawsuit against a former top aide to first lady Melania Trump who released a tell-all book last month featuring damning revelations from her friendship with the first lady and her time in the White House. https://t.co/iGRl5WckX2— ABC News (@ABC) October 14, 2020
Do not read this forbidden line.