Active AG & # 39; s WIFE defends him in e-mail to reporter and claims that Mueller & # 39; is packing & # 39;
Trump & # 39; s acting attorney general WIFE defends him in e-mail to reporter who claims that the man investigated by Mueller supervises & # 39; packing & # 39; (and says he did not know that he worked for which sold toilets were a scam for well-meaning men)
- Marci Whitaker wrote a reporter bashing an article about her husband
- President Trump named Matt Whitaker Acting Attorney General Whitaker then took over the supervision of the Mueller probe
- Marci Whitaker claimed that the probe from Mueller & # 39; packed & # 39; by & # 39; all accounts & # 39;
- Defended his role aboard World Patent Marketing, a company invented
- Asked why he should recuse the probe after & # 39; mild statement & # 39; bashing
- Called her husband & # 39; a capable and friendly person & # 39;
Geoff Earle, deputy U.s. Political editor for Dailymail.com
The wife of Acting Prosecutor General Matt Whitaker, in an e-mail, released a reporter after a critical article about her husband – and stated that Counsel for Special Counsel Robert Mueller & # 39; finished & # 39; concerns.
Marci Whitaker fired the wicked one on a Slate reporter, who published an article that reduces the idea that the Senate lawyer-nominated William Barr must confirm simply because he is superior to the & # 39; spectacularly horrible existential threat that Whitaker is currently proposing. 39 ;.
In the e-mail, with a private phone number and a work email that was checked out and sent directly to one of the reporters, Marci Whitaker defended the integrity and resume of her husband, including a task on the board of World Patent Marketing, a company of the invention that paid $ 25 million in a settlement with federal regulators.
HOME FRONT: Marci Whitaker, wife of Attorney General, wrote a letter to a journalist who defended her husband and named the Mueller probe
As a former American lawyer, Whitaker wrote letters that backfired when people complained that the company was a scam.
One of the inventions that promoted a company of prospective inventors who paid for its promotional services was a special & # 39; male toilet & # 39; for well-meaning men
Om To imply that Matt had visibility and knowledge of $ 25 million in abuses is absurd, & # 39; she wrote. & # 39; Would you characterize a strictly formulated letter as threatening? [note: obviously, yes, you did, but really?] It was well documented that Matt is a capable and friendly person, "she wrote.
She also reprimanded the claim that Whitaker, who has not been confirmed by the Senate because he is in a & # 39; acting & # 39; role, should recuperate the probe from Mueller, which he has criticized on CNN and elsewhere.
Loyalty: Marci Whitaker threw an article that described the work of her husband on the board for an invention
President Donald Trump installed loyalist Matthew Whitaker as acting lawyer
The two met at high school in Iowa
Whitaker has obtained supervision of the Mueller survey
& # 39; PACKAGING & # 39 ;: she also wrote about the Mueller probe
& # 39; It is not real or should not be so controversial to say that the Mueller research should remain within the parameters given, & # 39; she remarked.
& # 39; Especially when it was said more than a year ago, while the research has just begun. Why should someone recondition themselves for that mild statement? If the abundance of caution is the standard, anyone who has ever thought about the subject for 5 minutes would have to do this. And in any case, it means that a person who speculates on a hypothetical scenario would initiate a dark plan, while the investigation is likely to be completed and [the] the eyes of the nation are upon them. & # 39;
Mueller did not provide any information about his plans. And although there have been some media accounts speculating that the probe is nearing its end, just when Mueller is going to submit a report, is one of the great unanswered questions that fascinate Washington.
Whitaker asked the reporters not to keep her comments off-record, although she did not ask them to be in a "bad way". to use.
& # 39; PS this is my business email and phone. Please do not use it in a wrong way. I like my job and I have to continue to earn my living, especially in the light of this shutdown. Thanks! & # 39; she wrote Mark Joseph Stern, who wrote the article with Dahlia Lithwick. DAHLIA LITHWICK and MARK JOSEPH STERN.
Marci Whitaker, who attended a course that Whitaker met at their Iowa high school, was last known to work at Mc2, a company that deals with wastewater treatment and municipal drinking water.
Marci Whitaker's email to Slate
Mr. Stern –
I understand the message that Slate wants to send his readers. You hate Trump – noticed. I also understand that I can not stop people from writing what they want if they throw in a few words like "reportedly" or "probably". But I can not understand the zeal when I try to destroy a person who has done nothing to earn this abort. Someone who has never had a complaint about ethics. Someone who supported his family through a variety of companies, some of which were more successful than others, but never sinister or shady. Do you hope that the qualifications of all future appointees are that they have sat at a desk and pushed paper for 30 years? Is life experience, both good and bad, in one way or another disqualifying? Matt is really a good person and only serves his country. He also returns in the private sector. It is a little comfort to me that the people who want to work with him in the future, let us hope, are really unlikely readers of Slate and similar publications. I like to love things about Slate and I'm not a fire-breathing Republican dragon either, so I'm a bit worried about reading these things. I have ignored a lot, because it is all innuendo and / or plain BS, but you should know that this is just too much. If you have a conscience, I hope that you will consider reporting in a more ethical and honest way than is shown in this article.
Literally none of the horrible things that you and your co-author say are true. There is no evidence that Matt is homophobic, and if you knew how the American officer's office worked and how multiple law enforcement agencies participated in the McCoy case, you would not print it. Mr. McCoy has been trying for years to run it this way, and it has never had any influence, except perhaps on the very negatively motivated and gullible. To imply that Matt had visibility and knowledge of $ 25 million in abuses is absurd. Would you characterize a strictly formulated letter as threatening? [note: obviously, yes, you did, but really?] It was well documented that Matt is a capable and friendly person. He spent more than a year at the right hand of Sessions. But certainly, implying that he got the current appointment because of something he said more than a year before he worked for someone. Especially on the television part – LOL. What does that mean? Nothing, that's what. It sounds really suspicious if you put it that way AND if you ignore that he was simply loved and competent. It is not in this particular article, but the "he audition for the job on CNN" part of the past months' reporting is one of the most absurd and tragically funny part of this whole experience. Who could have imagined this change of events? No one. We do not, that's for sure. The idea that it was a calculated plan is foolish. Work through that sequence and see if it seems plausible.
It is not real or should not be so controversial to say that the Mueller study should remain within the given parameters. Especially when it was said more than a year ago, because the research has just begun. Why should someone recondition themselves for that mild statement? If the abundance of caution is the standard, anyone who has ever thought about the subject for 5 minutes would have to do this. And in any case, mean that someone who speculates on a hypothetical scenario, would set in motion a dark plan, while the investigation is likely to be completed and they [sic] the nation's eyes are on them. Yes, that is pretty realistic. Oh, and I think you missed that the Supreme Court decided not to accept the temporary appointment challenge. Most organizations had given up that corner of attack a while ago. Kudos for your perseverance, however misguided it is. Finally, I do not know how you print that he "lies" about the academic all-American thing, while you yourself write all these untruths. It is really bizarre. That is all explained, if you wanted to know.
The only thing I can applaud you about is having the courage to link your e-mail address. I hope that you will consider whether the cruelty of your reporting is justified. Given your apparent mindset, I am sure that there are many ways for you [sic] to change the mental cartwheels to justify this. Because Trump! It is a simplistic end to any discussion and relieves you of genuine journalistic integrity. Because Trump! And integrity! And if he himself had a conscience, he would not be there! That is sarcasm, by the way. Matt is an honest and considerate person of integrity. I feel like I can write your articles for you. They are so clichéd.
PS this is my business e-mail and telephone. Please do not use it in a wrong way. I like my job and I have to continue to earn my living, especially in the light of this shutdown. Thanks!