Lessons from the first week of the Biden administration.
The gist of which is, be more like the guy who fired me after 10 days and who you just trounced in an election.
His obituary will now include lines like, “providing aid and comfort to an insurrectionist” and, maybe, “man whose odiousness inspired the legislative dismantling of the private equity industry.”
Not in prison anymore, thanks to the Dear Leader’s last acts!
Comply with our subpoenas or, you know, just stop doing any business in the United States.
At least, one whistleblower attorney really hopes so.
The Drumpfs need some new banks.
We actually almost feel bad for him.
I mean, if he doesn’t use the days he’s gonna lose’em, right?
In fairness to the hedge fund manager, it may be a 12 million-way tie.
Please rise and raise your right hands and prepare to explain everything everyone named “Trump” ever said to you.
And he’s not about to take his first “L” of the Trump administration, unlike the outgoing commander-in-chief.
And it may be bad news for cocktail parties.
And then make Donald Trump a non-client as quickly as possible.
Why should the public know what its government is up to, anyway?
It’s clock-striking-midnight dealmaking time at the Justice Department.
The wealthy and powerful could be and were trusted with the truth.
A week before his colleagues are being ordered back to the office and at the same time that Jamie Dimon is extolling the plan’s virtues.