The Ides of March

Did you ever hear this expression? In researching Mother Google it states it is a date on the Roman calendar in 44 B.C. where Julius Caesar was assassinated. (And all you millennials out there thought Caesar was only a wrap or a salad.) This changed the course of Roman history and is quoted famously in Shakespeare’s play to beware the Ides of March.

Perhaps we could have a copy of the Mueller Report published on this day. It certainly would be appropriate.

It’s Kathleen, and if you don’t like what I say it’s still Kathleen.

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