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Let's take a glance at the top 40 intimidating players in NFL history.
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That would be yet another component of obstruction of justice, which Trump has said he is being investigated for but which his lawyers have denied.
This lie increases Trump's legal exposure for obstruction and witness intimidation--more evidence of corrupt intent @Susan_Hennessey https://t.co/q Bx7e58XEl— Norm Eisen (@Norm Eisen) June 22, 2017 The thing that may save Trump is his claim that he did so in order to keep Comey honest.
) I got a whole slew of responses, but versions of the same question kept popping up over and over again: I myself have been called intimidating a lot throughout my life.
It all started with my father who, trying his hardest to console a weepy teenager who didn’t have a date to prom, told me that it wasn’t my fault that men didn’t want to date me. He totally meant it as a compliment — he’d raised a strong, outspoken young woman, and he knew it — so I tried to take it as such.
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Defensive players initially come to mind when we think of intimidation, but lightning-quick runners, stonewall offensive lineman, and deep-threat wideouts have just as easily struck fear into opponents throughout the years.