Hello Prime members and welcome to the weekend.
This week we finally heard from Mueller. The importance of what he chose to say is open to interpretation — and differs depending on who you ask. One thing is clear, however: Democrats want to hear more.
Here’s what happened in Prime this week.
- Reading in between the lines of Mueller’s public remarks.
- Anyone who was expecting new bombshells from Mueller was disappointed Wednesday, David Kurtz writes.
- Josh Marshall gives his take on Mueller’s comments.
- The evidence in the census case is damning, and so is the administration’s effort to cover it up.
- The Kushner family real estate firm has secured $800 million in debt backed by government-owned Freddie Mac.
- Nevada became the latest state this week to reenfranchise felons.
- Hollywood is attempting to boycott Georgia over its anti-abortion bill.
- Josh walks through how he’s thinking about the impeachment question.
- The Democratic frontrunners may be old, but baby boomers are growing less important in politics.
- Here’s why the border wall GoFundMe didn’t complete even basic permitting.
- Kate Riga tells the story of an alleged extortion scheme gone wrong.