In other news, GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX) says he will reimburse the government for the $84,000 he spent to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit. You know, now that's he's been caught. He should resign anyway.
Meanwhile, a city investigation of the police response to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia found that police officers intentionally let the situation get out of control and the police chief obstructed the investigation.
Finally, our European allies have no idea what to do with America while they wait for Rex Tillerson to get fired.
BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - On the eve of his trip to Europe, Rex Tillerson gave a speech last week that European allies had waited months to hear: an “ironclad” promise of U.S. support to its oldest allies.
The relief in European capitals lasted barely a day as reports surfaced of a White House plan to oust the U.S. secretary of state, plunging America’s friends back into confusion over President Donald Trump’s foreign policy. [...]
“Just as Tillerson comes to Brussels to give a public statement of support that the EU and NATO have wanted all along, it seems he has no mandate, that the guillotine is hanging over his head,” said an EU official involved in diplomacy with White House officials.