Martin Schram: Eavesdropping on a 2020 smoking gun

This was the week when working-at-home Americans kept sneaking peeks at a most unusual sort of scoop that was looping on our news screens. It was breaking news that left us feeling like eavesdroppers listening to a confidential unburdening between famous insiders.We heard President Donald Trump revealing something that surprised the Washington smart set. He spoke with uncharacteristically understated ease, quite unlike his familiar hard-sell default timbre we are used to when he is at his bullying pulpit. He sounded like he was talking to a colleague he wanted to impress. Actually, he was bein…

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