In other news, ABC News reports that Trump's former henchman Michael Cohen has sat down for hours of interviews with special prosecutor Robert Mueller's team.
The special counsel’s questioning of Cohen, one of the president’s closest associates over the past decade, has focused primarily on all aspects of Trump's dealings with Russia -- including financial and business dealings and the investigation into alleged collusion with Russia by the Trump campaign and its surrogates to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, sources familiar with the matter tell ABC News.
Meanwhile, a Yale Law School student who spoke to the Huffington Post says she was advised that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh likes his female clerks to look and dress "a certain way" when she was applying for a judicial clerkship. Multiple professors told her this, suggesting everyone knew Judge Kavanaugh is a creep.
Finally, Iran's foreign minister has outright rejected the Trump regime's latest overtures about negotiating a new nuclear deal for obvious reasons.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif took to Twitter to dismiss the characterization of last deal as a “personal agreement”, saying it was “an int’l accord enshrined in a UN (Security Council resolution)”.
“U.S. has violated its treaty obligations too... Apparently, U.S. only mocks calls for peace,” he added in the message that was attached to a video of a protester who took to the stage after Hook’s speech, shouting that sanctions were hurting Iranian people.
He's not wrong.