As much as I hate Donald Trump, I've often wondered why he was singled out. To hear some people talk, political corruption began on January 20, 2017. Others think you have to go back to Nixon to find a president this bad, even though Bush lied us into Iraq. Trump was involved in money laundering for Russian oligarchs, yet a certain president from the 90s and his wife were also involved in shady financial dealings with Russian oligarchs. Political corruption is nothing new, but I don't understand why we pick and choose who to go after. I'd argue that being conned into the illegal Iraq war was an even bigger crime, and the Bush Administration got off scott free. And it was none other than Robert Mueller who helped propagate that lie. Ironic, since he's now become the darling of the left. While working for the CIA under Bush, John Brennan supported torture (he used the weasel words "enhanced interrogation"). Today, John Brennan attacked Trump's corruption and said he will end up "in the dustbin of history." Funny, since Brennan himself belongs there as well. I just find it odd that war criminals have been able to rehabilitate their images simply by attacking Trump. Keith Olbermann used to be an outspoken critic of Republicans and Bush in particular. Today, he says he owes Bush an apology and that John McCain is his favorite politician of the 21st century. Trump is making people lose their minds. Trump's money laundering schemes and attempts to obstruct justice are certainly criminal, but The US has let other politicians get by with as much or worse.