But if he's lying, he's probably a people pleaser -- the type of person who'd try to put himself in the best light even if you'd found him offline first, according to a University of Kansas researcher.In professor Jeffrey Hall's survey of 5,020 men and women who belonged to an undisclosed Internet dating site, most respondents indicated they wouldn't lie.
It reported that New Jersey real estate developer Charles Kushner had pledged .5 million to Harvard University in 1998, not long before his son Jared was admitted to the prestigious Ivy League school."It's a very conservative broadcasting network, and Townhall.com, which is a very conservative news website." He added, "In the last three news conferences all of the questions to the American news media have been handled by conservative press, and i think there's no other way to describe it but the fix is in." Expanding on what he meant by "the fix is in," Acosta explained, "This president does not want to answer questions, critical questions, about his associates, his aides' contacts with the Russians during the course of that campaign just as his national security advisor is being run out of this White House on a rail." There is a solution to all of this.Perhaps it's time to take Jay Rosen's advice and send in the interns, while using the heavy hitters to do their investigative reporting from the outside in. Trump will hide behind the skirts of conservative media in order to avoid the questions which are pressing and important. I was surprised to see reports from Chairman Nunes on that count today. And sometimes in that context in order to understand the importance of the report and assess its significance it was necessary to find out or request the information as to who that U. OLIVIER KNOX: The second part of that on MSNBC there a perfectly logical explanation on how unmasking works but the problem is the previous comment in which she denies any knowledge of it so she can't in the same breath... I really don't know to what Chairman Nunes was referring.