Hope Hicks, a young woman who was one of candidate and president Donald Trump’s closest aides (she served as a top White House press official) appeared before the House Judiciary Committee last week. She “testified” for eight hours, with five attorneys (two personal, two White House, and one from the DOJ. The DOJ? WTF?) present to advise her, and, according to the transcript of the closed door meeting, gave inadequate (NO) answers to 155 questions. The White House lawyer objected each time, claiming she was immune to testifying about anything that happened during the presidency of the most transparent president in history.
Her name appears in the Mueller Report more than 180 times. She was, for a long time, known as the president’s closest confidante. Her testimony could go a long way toward illuminating the president’s state of mind and his intent in the days he first began trying to shut down the Mueller investigation.
Although, of course, current Attorney General Bill Barr has already taken care of the issue of president’s completely, unimpeachably non-criminal intent. He famously excused the president’s many guilty-appearing actions as the understandable anger and frustration of an innocent man unfairly attacked by traitors and spies. And Bill Barr, we all know, is an honorable man.
Hope Hicks spoke, under oath, to Mueller’s investigators about Trump’s rage when Robert Mueller was appointed Special Counsel on May 17, 2017. He was, according to Hicks, who saw the president immediately after his outburst at Jeff Sessions in the Oval Office, as upset as she’d ever seen him.
The only other time she saw him as distraught, she told Mueller’s vicious partisans, was when the completely out of context, innocent Access Hollywood pussy grabber tape came out toward the end of the 2016 campaign. When Sessions told the president that Trump himself was now under investigation, Trump apparently said “I’m fucked.” before lashing out at Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III:
According to notes written by Jody Hunt—then chief of staff to Attorney General Jeff Sessions—Trump “slumped back in his chair and said, ‘Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I’m fucked.’”
“The President became angry and lambasted the Attorney General for his decision to recuse from the investigation, stating, ‘How did you let this happen, Jeff,’” the report continues, paraphrasing Hunt’s notes.
Sessions himself told the special counsel that Trump said, “’You were supposed to protect me,’ or words to that effect,” according to the report.
“’Everyone tells me if you get one of these independent counsels it ruins your presidency,’” Trump continued, per the report. “’It takes years and years and I won’t be able to do anything. This is the worst thing that ever happened to me.”
source (obviously Breitbart, FOX and The Stormer cover this material differently)
OK, truthfully, between you me and the lamp post that any one of Trump’s treasonous enemies could be hanging from (in Trump’s perfect world) — the Democrats are reaching here. Hicks was close to the president, true, and told Mueller that the president was very angry that Jeff Sessions would not protect him, as Roy Cohn  (who was disbarred toward the end of his despicable life) always had. But, seriously, is that any reason to put her in position to commit perjury to protect the man she owes her career to? (She’s now an executive at the company that owns FOX news).
Let us not forget, Hope Hicks gave those Democrat traitors on the Judiciary Committee a legal sounding reason for not answering anything they asked. She cited “Absolute Immunity” a perfectly legal sounding term one of Trump’s more creative (and brazen) lawyers pulled directly out of his Roy Cohn-like homophobic ass. Will this novel yet legal sounding reason for giving inadequate sworn testimony stand up in court? Only if Boof Kavanaugh has the final say.
Although, even Boof would probably be constrained by the long held, indisputable legal principle that says once a privilege is waived (as Executive Privilege was waived for Hicks once the then White House employee voluntarily spoke under oath to Mueller) it cannot be reasserted.
The fucking law again! So goddamned unfair! Where is Roy Cohn when you need him?!!!
 (recycled footnote from here)
Because when I have any doubt about a factual assertion I make here I do a quick and easy fact check, I asked google “was Roy Cohn a homophobe?” He was, many sources agree. Here is one of the results that came up in about one second, a marvelous little summary of the career of this malevolent creature, a career I highlighted in a footnote scroll to the bottom of this one for two excellent treatments of this evil fuck:
Roy Cohn – RationalWiki
Some readers (Jews in particular) might find this review of two biographies of Cohn the reviewer waded through, disturbingly fascinating.
(above) the self-hating Roy Cohn, living picture of Dorian Grey.