(We don’t) Trump’s latest comments came Friday when attempting to explain why he sent a tweet threatening that he had tapes of his conversations with fired FBI Director James Comey.
On Thursday, Trump had admitted that no such tapes, at least to his knowledge, existed.
Not so, says Jeff Shane, vice president of Allison & Taylor Reference Checking.
News reported earlier this month that several top law firms had rejected the opportunity to represent Trump over fears that he would refuse their advice about not making public statements.
Still, Trump has continued to comment and tweet incessantly.“If you’re his attorney, you’re pulling your hair out,” Zeidenberg said.
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“The dilemma of workplace bullying is often made worse by the feeling that nothing can be done to alleviate it,” says Shane, “but that’s not true.
“He’s trying to affect the testimony of a witness, which you’re not supposed to do.”Indeed, it could well be seen, as former Barack Obama White House ethics czar Norm Eisen has said, as an attempt to intimidate a witness.