RUSH: Gary Tuchman, he can't believe it! He's from the New York-Washington axis, New York-Washington corridor. He's from CNN.
RUSH: Where were the Republicans hammering home — for the cameras, for the people — the idea that Trump had not been a target for three months and that everybody knew it? Where were the Republicans on TV last night excoriating this investigation and chastising the Democrats for perpetrating this fraud?
RUSH: Here's Trump, and he's telling the people at the NTSB how he's going to clean it up. There's way too much bureaucracy, way too many regulations. There's way too many obstacles to making America great, and he has illustrations and all kinds of things, and he's on a roll here. He was literally kicking it.
CALLER: I see him as a superhero. He has more courage than anyone else I know, and I give him and his family all our support, because for what he's endured in the last couple of months — or since he's even gotten into the campaign — it is astonishing.
RUSH: The Democrats are dropping the F-bomb at practically every appearance now, because they think that's how they connect to the Millennials.
RUSH: Is this not amazing? The part where he says, "I woke up in the middle of the night. … He can't possibly be having dinner with me alone!"
RUSH: t I think he's such a strict interpreter of the law and the Constitution that I think he's greatly offended by people in positions of power on major media networks and newspapers who are ignorant of it. They ought not have the job if they don't know what they're talking about.
RUSH: Now you have the specter of Comey memorializing conversations with the president and leaking them.
RUSH: Do you realize the entire Senate and House intelligence communities have known since Comey's first appearance up there, whenever it was — that Trump was not under investigation? Every damn Democrat for the last four months has known this. So have a lot of Republicans.
RUSH: I ran into a story here that has pictures of Millennial types in a bar in Brooklyn watching the Comey testimony, and you can’t find a happy face among them. They are dejected. They are long-faced. They are slouching. They’re watching this, and it’s not what they were led to believe. It was not what they were led to expect.
RUSH: I've been asked: "Have you noticed all the attention the media is paying to the British election?" Yeah, I have noticed that. You know why? They're looking anywhere they can for wins.
RUSH: They are now being defined and governed by a raw, sheer hatred — and this is important: That hatred is combined with daily affirmation that the best they've got to get rid of Donald Trump is not working. And that just infuriates them even more.
RUSH: No longer is this just gonna be a long list of stories that I might mention on the program. Now, you will get specifically the stories that I talk about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but ran out of time. It's going to be more of a real-time base feature rather than just a generic list of places that I go to prep the show.
RUSH: Barack Obama will never be blamed for anything, even when he’s totally at fault for things falling apart. That’s the upshot of a New York Times article analyzing the continued Obamacare free fall.