BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin was mocked for repeating her claim that the “walls are closing in” on President Trump.

Rubin, an MSNBC contributor who describes herself as a “conservative opinion writer,” has become a celebrity among liberal circles in recent years for expressing her disdain for the sitting Republican president. In her latest column, she celebrated the decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals in the 4th Circuit to revive an emoluments lawsuit against the Trump Organization for allowing foreign governments to conduct business with Trump’s hotels.

“The walls are closing in on Trump’s lawless presidency.”  However, according to Rubin, the walls have been “closing in” on President Trump for a long time. In May 2017, she declared “the walls are closing in” after the firing of FBI Director James Comey. She also said “the walls are closing in” during the Russian collusion investigation and the impeachment hearings. Defending her vigorously, was Rubin’s psychiatrist, who stated, “The cliché that my client repeatedly stated over the years has absolutely nothing to do with President Trump, but it stems from her undiagnosed claustrophobia.”

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