I'm sure you do.
It was about the report in the Washington Post that said that Donald Trump "personally dictated" the letter describing Donald Jr's meeting with some Russians in Trump Tower. A letter later shown to be false.
I asked if Toomey was OK with the President of the United States misleading the American people like that.
So what's changed?
Mr. Mueller has also been examining a false statement that the president reportedly dictated on Air Force One in July in response to an article in The Times about a meeting that Trump campaign officials had with Russians in 2016. A new book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” by Michael Wolff, says that the president’s lawyers believed that the statement was “an explicit attempt to throw sand into the investigation’s gears,” and that it led one of Mr. Trump’s spokesmen to quit because he believed it was obstruction of justice.It's from the latest reporting about Mueller's investigation into Trump's possible obstruction of justice.
Yea, I might have to ask Senator Toomey again about that letter.