Here is another example of reporting that Trump apologists may disbelieve. They might disbelieve CNN or the committee that shared it. But Trump devotees should be able to suspend their disbelief and admit the veracity of the quote if Donald Trump Jr. does NOT deny it or if he complains that it was taken out of context. I am guessing he won't because he knows the committee has him on videotape.
That said, it definitely seems the Trump Crime Family was grasping at straws and searching for and acting upon even the flimsiest of reasons for Trump to stay in office.
Donald Trump Jr. told the committee that the reason he texted Meadows a detailed plan about how to ensure his father would get a second term two days after the 2020 presidential election was because he thought the ideas were “the most sophisticated” and “sounded plausible.”
Trump Jr.’s testimony, revealed by the select committee on Thursday, provides new context to a text message CNN first reported on in April where he lays out various ideas for keeping Trump in power by subverting the Electoral College process.
Although Trump Jr. said that he was not the original author of the text, a point his lawyer made to CNN back in April, and that he did not remember who the original author of the message was, he explained to investigators why out of all the messages he was being sent at the time, he felt this one was necessary to pass on to Meadows.
“Perhaps in reading it, it was the most sophisticated, you know, and detailed, and again, about things I don’t necessarily, you know, know too much about, but it sounded plausible and I wanted to make sure that we were looking into the issues brought up in the text,” Trump Jr. said.