Swamps are dark places where it is easy to hide things. Rather than draining the swamp, the Republican regime is using it to hide information.
Some called it a Friday night news dump, but it was more like a frustrating trickle. One by one, the White House began slowly releasing financial disclosure reports Friday evening for about 180 of its top staffers, including Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Jared Kushner and Sean Spicer.
The reports, which show how much money President Trump’s top aides have earned and what assets and investments they have, were not easily accessible to reporters or the public.