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A Presidential Lecture; Just Enough Suspicion to Plausibly Deny!

Earlier today (6/14/16) the President performed a surgical lecture attempting what seemed to be something akin to Barry Scheck’s closing arguments at the O.J. Simpson trial; plausible deniability.

Nearly seven and one-half years into his Presidency and it appears that despite the exposure to what is likely overwhelming evidence, classified or otherwise, he continues to mischaracterize the threat, to articulate in a manner that is best described as an adolescent temper-tantrum, a position based entirely on false-conclusions or, at best, a decidedly calculated body of non-sequiturs.

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