Since this is the era of extreme leaking of communications related to politics, she should have known that her email on a conservative lidserv would reach the public. And that it did, via DailyBeast. Again, she finds herself in the soup because of her activism.
As Abovethelaw lawyer-journalist, Kathleen Rubino, reports, on that listserv, Thomas recommends organizing a ground up grassroots social media campaign to support the Trump Administration's daily initiatives.
Those who read between the lines ferret out a kind of Judy Garland-Mickey Rooney cheerleading in one of their films to save pop's store. (The kids put on a show.) And in Ginni's case, the optimistic planning seems to be to shore up the ban on Muslims. The Trump Administration has veered away form the first version. But Ginni still seems at it.
This isn't the first time that Ginni has managed to put herself in a negative light because of her activism. Here is the article in The New York Times how it could raise judicial issues. And here is a more general article about Ginni and Clarence in The New Yorker.
The reality is: Ginni could mean even more trouble and bad press for the Trump Administration. She is no skilled politico. One wonders if the high-rankers in the White House will have to decide to muzzle her.
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