Together with the attorneys general of California, New Mexico and New York, I challenged the Administration’s action, filing suit in federal court.
My fellow attorneys general and I will continue to anticipate Trump’s aggressive moves and hold him accountable. And we will counter his unlawful, ill-conceived gambits. We represent the first line of defense to uphold the rule of law. Today it is rarely seen at the top levels of international chess, because elite players know how to react–by turning aggression into weakness.
I made sure to regularly ask about whom he was dating, because I didn't want him to think I was interested.
He would ask me to one-on-one dinners and drinks, and I'd suggest casual after-work beers instead.
In the early 20th century, the King’s Gambit led to many brilliant victories.
But through careful preparation, grand masters discovered that they could place White on the defensive by capitalizing on weaknesses created by the aggressive opening.
They failed to ask their own executive agencies to review the Executive Order. ” But we had already seen him in court–and defeated him there twice.
Mike reached across the table to examine mine."You were born in 1966? That's so weird."The word rattled around in my head, even after he changed the subject to his upcoming marathon training. The banter that had come so easily seemed stilted in the bar. A week later, he invited me to join him and his friends for a hike, followed by a party.
The most aggressive opening in chess is called the King’s Gambit.
On the second move, White sacrifices a pawn that typically protects his king for a blitzkrieg assault on Black. With no preparation, no careful groundwork, White signals his intent to wipe his opponent off the board.
We have seen this story before: disregard for the rule of law. That’s why I joined 19 fellow attorneys general in calling for the appointment of an independent special counsel to continue Comey’s work investigating Russian interference in our elections.
We will see more reckless and aggressive behavior from this Administration.