In a painful public statement, Missouri’s governor doubled down on the notion that he’s the one who’s been wronged — not the woman he abused in a series of sexual encounters.
In a painful public statement, Missouri’s governor doubled down on the notion that he’s the one who’s been wronged — not the woman he abused in a series of sexual encounters. J.B. Forbes AP
In a painful public statement, Missouri’s governor doubled down on the notion that he’s the one who’s been wronged — not the woman he abused in a series of sexual encounters. J.B. Forbes AP

Greitens is confused about who the victim is in this mess. (Hint: It’s not the governor)

April 12, 2018 05:04 PM