RUSH: You can find quid pro quos with Mrs. Clinton and that foundation selling influence to the White House before she even got there. But you don't have any quid pro quos with Donald Trump, and you don't have any with Donald Trump Jr. What would have made something like this a crime under current law would have required money in some way, shape, manner, form. There wasn't any here.
How Is Trump the Human Being Dealing with These Personal Attacks and Phony Roadblocks Stopping His Agenda?
RUSH: This phony baloney, plastic banana, good-time, rock 'n' roll Russian collusion story is the primary roadblock. It's giving everybody who hates Trump or doesn't want him to succeed an excuse to stand pat and do nothing to advance his agenda. Even fellow Republicans.
RUSH: I think the whole thing was a misdirection play. But this picture makes it look like she is part of the opposition to Trump.
RUSH: If you would have told me that what has happened to me was gonna happen to me 30 years ago — I'm now 65 or 66 — you know what I would have told you? "Well, I'll be working three days a week, flitting around doing this or that. Nothing left to prove." And it's the exact opposite. I have to tell you, folks, attitudinally — and the staff will tell you — it's the opposite of phoning it in. I am more intense about things here every day than ever.
RUSH: "Why do you want this job? Why do you want to work for this schlub Trump? Why do you even want the job?"
RUSH: By the way, folks, while all of this is going on [with Donald Trump Jr.], the health care bill status over in the Senate's looking very, very bad.
RUSH: His book is called The Political Spectrum, and it's written for average, ordinary Americans. It's not in economic legalese. It's a story about how regulation and Washington politics are hurting technology and innovation.
RUSH: There has been an effort, silent, meaning nobody is actually expressing this desire verbally. Nobody is saying this is what's going on. But there is a coup underway, being led by the media with accomplices in the Democrat Party and a number of international players to reject the outcome of the election, to undermine the presidency of Donald Trump, and, if the wish list were realized, to get rid of him.
RUSH: The Politico is reporting tensions between moderates and liberals in California have plunged the Democrat Party into a "civil war."
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.