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Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
« Reply #30 on: November 14, 2017, 10:39:39 AM »
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    The craziness just keeps coming. Now we discover that Donnie, Jr. was in contact with Wikileaks from the Summer of 2016 until the Summer of 2017. Collusion, what collusion?

    It's difficult to remember but Trump actually said that there was no contact between his campaign and Russia. WaPo published an article yesterday that listed 30 known contacts, yes 30, from the campaign. That was immediately rendered obsolete when the news broke about Junior's email correspondence with Wikileaks.

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    Donald Trump Jr. had multiple online conversations during the 2016 presidential campaign with WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy group that last year released a hacked trove of Democrats’ emails, according to four congressional officials.

    Mr. Trump, the president’s son, in recent weeks handed over Twitter messages he exchanged with WikiLeaks to several congressional committees investigating Russia’s attempts to disrupt the election, according to the officials. In September, Mr. Trump acknowledged in a closed-door interview with the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had corresponded with the group during the campaign, the officials said.

    The correspondence, which began weeks before the Nov. 8, 2016, election and continued through much of this year, is the second time it has been publicly revealed that Mr. Trump communicated with people and organizations with ties to the Russian government who were trying to undermine the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton.

    Donald Trump Jr. Communicated With WikiLeaks During Campaign
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/13/us/politics/donald-trump-jr-wikileaks-emails-democrats.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #31 on: November 16, 2017, 07:32:14 PM »
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  • Jeff Sessions is a senile old fool so his memory loss is at least plausible. The House Judiciary Committee had a front row seat to that on Tuesday. They will surely understand as will Bob Mueller. He is so old that he was a Segregationist when we used to capitalize the word to describe the people who thought African-Americans and European Americans were two distinct species and should not go to school together, use the same bathrooms, or drink from the same water fountains. Jared Kushner, on the other hand, is barely out of short pants so he has no excuse. Only, he keeps forgetting those pesky Russian contacts. Of course, the explanation is clear. They were so trivial, he just couldn't be bothered. Too bad for him, not everybody agrees. 

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    President Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner received and forwarded emails about WikiLeaks and a “Russian backdoor overture and dinner invite” that he kept from Senate Judiciary Committee investigators, according to panel leaders demanding that he produce the missing records.

    Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) and ranking member Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) sent a letter to Kushner’s lawyer Abbe Lowell on Thursday charging that Kushner has failed to disclose several documents, records and transcripts in response to multiple inquiries from committee investigators.

    In the letter, Grassley and Feinstein instruct Kushner’s team to turn over “several documents that are known to exist” because other witnesses in their probe already gave them to investigators. They include a series of “September 2016 email communications to Mr. Kushner concerning WikiLeaks,” which the committee leaders say Kushner then forwarded to another campaign official. Earlier this week, Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. revealed that he had had direct communication with WikiLeaks over private Twitter messages during the campaign.

    Senate Judiciary panel: Kushner had contacts about WikiLeaks, Russian overtures he did not disclose
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/senate-judiciary-panel-kushner-had-contacts-about-wikileaks-russian-overtures-he-did-not-disclose/2017/11/16/402586b4-cb05-11e7-8321-481fd63f174d_story.html?tid=a_inl&utm_term=.4d347b20a946
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #32 on: November 23, 2017, 08:38:08 PM »
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  • Is Flynn flipping? That is the question that has been under review for as long as Bob Mueller has been the special counsel. We appear to have an answer. YES, he is.

    The reasons should be obvious. His contacts with Russians are more extensive than previously known; he has potentially accumulated enough problems from both his dealings with Russians and Turks to face multiple indictments; and his legal costs are already beyond his means to cover. Worst of all, he has even put his son at risk of an indictment for failure to register as the representative of a foreign government--one of the charges Flynn himself faces.

    Recently, Trump's lawyers began talking about setting up a fund so the billionaire could provide financial assistance for White House aides who couldn't afford their legal bills. That offer emerged after it became known that RNC cash and left-over funds from the campaign were being used to pay for Trump and Junior's legal fees while every one else had to pay out of their own pockets. If Trump puts a penny in the "fund" for somebody else, I will be very surprised. Meanwhile, Trump's lawyer announced yesterday that Flynn would not be getting any financial assistance. He wasn't the only one. They also refused to give any assistance to anyone who is indicted. The smuck Papadopoulos, who thought he was protecting the president when he lied, was thrown under the bus for a second time by Trump. There is no one who does loyalty like Trump.
     
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    A lawyer for former national security adviser Michael Flynn informed an attorney for President Trump this week that he can no longer discuss the special counsel’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, a sign that Flynn may be preparing to cooperate in the probe, people familiar with the investigation said.

    The call from Flynn lawyer Robert Kelner to Trump attorney John Dowd came Wednesday evening and is a potentially ominous sign for Trump and his close associates. Before this week, Kelner had been strategizing with lawyers for Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr. and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, among others.

    The split suggests that Flynn, who has been a top target of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III and his team, may be looking to share information with the prosecutor and his team.

    Flynn’s lawyer shuts down communications with Trump’s team, a sign he may be cooperating with Mueller probe
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/flynns-lawyer-shuts-down-communications-with-trumps-team-a-sign-he-may-be-cooperating-with-mueller-probe/2017/11/23/75de75ea-d09b-11e7-81bc-c55a220c8cbe_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_flynn-625pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.240b376af2a1
     
    « Last Edit: November 24, 2017, 03:41:32 AM by Solon »
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #33 on: November 25, 2017, 01:21:05 PM »
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  • Flynn's culpability
    Why Flynn would flip on Trump despite Trump's unprecedented defense of Flynn is summed up below. Would it be enough to buy his silence if Trump had paid his legal fees and promised to pardon him? That was probably nixed by Trump's lawyers. It's a prima facie case of obstruction of justice--or should I say, another count. Even now, however, Flynn may only be negotiating with the special counsel. There may be no deal---yet.

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    shortly after the Trump administration began, acting attorney general Sally Yates went to the White House and informed officials that Flynn had lied to the FBI about his contacts with Russian officials (which they knew because they were monitoring the Russian ambassador’s communications) and that because of those lies, he was susceptible to blackmail. For some reason, Flynn spent 18 more days in the White House before being fired.

    By taking a large fee from Russia for giving a speech in late 2015, Flynn appears to have violated a law that requires retired generals getting such payments to receive prior approval. He also was hiding the fact that he was paid more than half a million dollars by allies of the Turkish government to promote Turkey’s interests while advising the Trump campaign (he later registered retroactively as an agent of a foreign government; failing to register is a felony). He failed to include payments from Russia on his financial disclosure forms and may have lied about it to investigators. During the transition, he managed to delay a military operation against the Islamic State that Turkey objected to while he was secretly receiving those Turkish payments, a story that has gotten strangely little attention. He was even reportedly involved in planning for a bizarre plot to kidnap the exiled Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen in Pennsylvania and return him to Turkey, for which Flynn and his son were allegedly to be paid $15 million.

    In short, Flynn appears to have violated multiple laws in multiple ways and could be looking at the possibility of serious time behind bars.

    Michael Flynn is the key to the Russia scandal — and he may have just flipped on Trump
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2017/11/24/michael-flynn-is-the-key-to-the-russia-scandal-and-he-may-have-just-flipped-on-trump/?utm_term=.1627f2d4ff53
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #34 on: November 27, 2017, 11:22:33 AM »
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  • Add another criminal count or two or three against Michael Flynn. This latest revelation adds to Flynn's woes and increases his need for a deal with the special counsel. Of course, he only gets a deal if he has something of value to offer. 

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    Flynn served as an adviser to two Washington-based companies pursuing efforts to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East: ACU Strategic Partners, which proposed a partnership with Russian interests, and IP3/IronBridge, which later launched a separate endeavor that initially proposed working with China to build the infrastructure, according to federal documents and company officials.

    In various filings in 2016 and 2017, Flynn did not initially disclose his connection to ACU and foreign contacts he made while advising the firm.

    Flynn said he served as an “advisor” to ACU from April 2015 through June 2016, according to an amended financial disclosure he filed this August. But he made no mention of the company in a “Truth in Testimony” form he signed for a congressional appearance in June 2015, shortly before he traveled to the Middle East on the trip paid for by ACU. Flynn wrote that he was representing his company, Flynn Intel Group, at the hearing.

    Flynn also did not reveal his ties to ACU on the personal financial disclosure form he completed in February after entering the White House, according to federal filings. It was not until August — six months after he was fired as national security adviser — that he disclosed a relationship to the firm on an amended form.

    ...“It appears that General Flynn violated federal law by omitting this trip and these foreign contacts from his security clearance renewal application and concealing them from security clearance investigators who interview as part of that background check,” according to the letter.

    It is a criminal offense to knowingly omit material information requested by federal officials conducting such a review

    Michael Flynn’s role in Mideast nuclear project could compound legal issues
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/michael-flynns-role-in-middle-eastern-nuclear-project-could-compound-legal-issues/2017/11/26/51ce7ec8-ce18-11e7-81bc-c55a220c8cbe_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_flynnsaudi-835am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.31d5f29bbf29

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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #35 on: November 27, 2017, 11:47:57 AM »
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  • Lock up all of them - democrats and republicans. And lets start over.

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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #36 on: December 12, 2017, 06:09:53 AM »
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  • This info is reported by Meduza, an independent Russian news site reporting from Latvia. Several participants in the US election interference have been arrested in Russia and charged with treason for allegedly providing information on the operation to US authorities. Who that might be has not been made public. Enough info has been revealed in the trials to suggest that the FSB, the successor to the KGB, ordered at least some of the hackers to target the Democrats in an effort to help Trump get elected.

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    Konstantin Kozlovsky, a Yekaterinburg resident accused of working with the hacker group “Lurk,” reportedly declared in court that he acted “under the command of Russian Federal Security Service agents” when he participated in the hacking of the U.S. Democratic National Committee and stole Hillary Clinton’s emails. According to the newsletter The Bell, Kozlovsky made this announcement on August 15, at a hearing to extend his arrest.

    ...The Bell reports that FSB Major Dmitry Dokuchayev managed Kozlovsky using the pseudonym “Ilya.” Kozlovsky also names former Kaspersky Lab official Ruslan Stoyanov. Dokuchayev and Stoyanov have been in pretrial detention since December 2016 on treason charges. According to the independent TV network Dozhd, they are suspected of leaking intelligence about Russian hackers to the American government.

    Jailed Russian hacker says the FSB coordinated his cyber-attacks on Hillary Clinton and the DNC
    https://meduza.io/en/news/2017/12/11/jailed-russian-hacker-says-the-fsb-coordinated-his-cyber-attacks-on-hillary-clinton-and-the-dnc?utm_source=email&utm_medium=briefly&utm_campaign=2017-12-11
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #37 on: December 31, 2017, 01:43:49 AM »
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  • The source of information that led to the FBI's initial investigation into Russian election tampering and the potential involvement of the Trump campaign came from the Trump campaign itself. George Papadopoulos, recently indicted for lying to the FBI, bragged to the UK's Australian Ambassador in a heavy evening of drinking that the Russians had thousands of Hillary Clinton's emails and planned to use them to undermine her presidential campaign. That was in May, 2016. When the emails began to surface publicly through Wikileaks, the Australians informed US authorities about the incident. This blows up the Trump claim that it was the dossier that led to the investigation. The effort to dispute, deny, and dissemble about the Steele dossier has been a great waste of effort on the part of Trump and his minions in an attempt to discredit the origins of the investigation. 

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    During a night of heavy drinking at an upscale London bar in May 2016, George Papadopoulos, a young foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, made a startling revelation to Australia’s top diplomat in Britain: Russia had political dirt on Hillary Clinton.

    About three weeks earlier, Mr. Papadopoulos had been told that Moscow had thousands of emails that would embarrass Mrs. Clinton, apparently stolen in an effort to try to damage her campaign.

    ...two months later, when leaked Democratic emails began appearing online, Australian officials passed the information about Mr. Papadopoulos to their American counterparts, according to four current and former American and foreign officials with direct knowledge of the Australians’ role.

    The hacking and the revelation that a member of the Trump campaign may have had inside information about it were driving factors that led the F.B.I. to open an investigation in July 2016 into Russia’s attempts to disrupt the election and whether any of President Trump’s associates conspired.

    How the Russia Inquiry Began: A Campaign Aide, Drinks and Talk of Political Dirt
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/30/us/politics/how-fbi-russia-investigation-began-george-papadopoulos.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0
    « Last Edit: December 31, 2017, 10:46:46 AM by Solon »
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #38 on: January 21, 2018, 07:43:17 PM »
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  • This Politico interactive brings us up to date with the people involved in the Russian election tampering investigation and any potential criminality associated with it. It identifies 270 people. There are constant developments in the probe mostly uncovered by investigative reporters, but there is nothing being leaked from Mueller's side. The use of false identities and shell corporations to pay off Trump's prostitute girl friend is the latest info that provides investigators with insight as to how Trump and his lawyer have operated. It may offer fertile ground for exploring the issue of money laundering. Bannon was quoted in Fire and Fury that money laundering would be the crime that brought Trump down.

    From the Trump team that includes:

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    73 associated with his 2016 campaign
    44 are lawyers
    27 are current or former Trump administration officials
    24 served on the transition team
    12 have ties to the Trump Organization

    The 270 people connected to the Russia probes
    https://www.politico.com/interactives/2018/trump-russia-investigation-ties/
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #39 on: January 22, 2018, 05:07:04 AM »
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  • In a case of following the money, the FBI is conducting an investigation into the Russian government's transfer of funds to the US that were deemed suspicious.

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    US authorities are poring over hundreds of newly uncovered payments from Russian diplomatic accounts. Among them are transactions by former ambassador Sergey Kislyak 10 days after the 2016 presidential election and a blocked $150,000 cash withdrawal five days after the inauguration

    Officials investigating the Kremlin’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election are scrutinizing newly uncovered financial transactions between the Russian government and people or businesses inside the United States.

    Records exclusively reviewed by BuzzFeed News also show years of Russian financial activity within the US that bankers and federal law enforcement officials deemed suspicious, raising concerns about how the Kremlin’s diplomats operated here long before the 2016 election.

    Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, charged with investigating Russian election interference and possible collusion by the Trump campaign, is examining these transactions and others by Russian diplomatic personnel, according to a US official with knowledge of the inquiry. The special counsel has broad authority to investigate “any matters” that “may arise” from his investigation, and the official said Mueller’s probe is following leads on suspicious Russian financial activity that may range far beyond the election.


    Investigators Are Scrutinizing Newly Uncovered Payments By The Russian Embassy
    https://www.buzzfeed.com/jasonleopold/newly-uncovered-russian-payments-are-a-focus-of-election?utm_term=.tqx8V2jWa#.hvNeQpJg8

    In another BuzzFeed report, the FBI has honed in on 60 money transfers that were specifically marked “to finance election campaign of 2016.” The money was not just spent in the US  but other countries too.

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    On Aug. 3 of last year, just as the US presidential election was entering its final, heated phase, the Russian Foreign Ministry sent nearly $30,000 to its embassy in Washington. The wire transfer, which came from a Kremlin-backed Russian bank, landed in one of the embassy’s Citibank accounts and contained a remarkable memo line: “to finance election campaign of 2016.”

    That wire transfer is one of more than 60 now being scrutinized by the FBI and other federal agencies investigating Russian involvement in the US election. The transactions, which moved through Citibank accounts and totaled more than $380,000, each came from the Russian Foreign Ministry and most contained a memo line referencing the financing of the 2016 election.

    Secret Finding: 60 Russian Payments "To Finance Election Campaign Of 2016"
    https://www.buzzfeed.com/jasonleopold/secret-finding-60-russian-payments-to-finance-election?utm_term=.kwxEAa5Xz#.ehEzyBYDe

    Finally, in a separate investigation, the FBI is looking specifically to determine if the Russians spent money illegally on the Trump campaign by funneling it through the National Rifle Association (NRA). Rest assured the Mueller team will be very interested in this investigation.

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    The FBI is investigating whether a top Russian banker with ties to the Kremlin illegally funneled money to the National Rifle Association to help Donald Trump win the presidency, two sources familiar with the matter have told McClatchy.

    FBI counterintelligence investigators have focused on the activities of Alexander Torshin, the deputy governor of Russia’s central bank who is known for his close relationships with both Russian President Vladimir Putin and the NRA, the sources said.

    It is illegal to use foreign money to influence federal elections.

    FBI investigating whether Russian money went to NRA to help Trump
    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article195231139.html
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #40 on: January 22, 2018, 11:09:15 AM »
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  • I'm waiting for all of this to backfire on the democrats,

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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #41 on: January 24, 2018, 01:01:27 PM »
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  • There are evidently 3 major threads in the Mueller investigation (though Mueller and his team have not made any comments on the topic): criminal involvement with a foreign power during the election by Trump/associates, obstruction of justice by the president regarding the conspiracy investigation, and money laundering.

    Axios provides a summary of recent activity surrounding the investigation.

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        "Mueller ... is seeking to question President Trump in the coming weeks about his decisions to oust national security adviser Michael Flynn and FBI Director James B. Comey," per the WashPost.

        Jeffrey Toobin says on CNN that the testimony "will be a defining moment of the Trump presidency ... as dramatic a confrontation" as President Bill Clinton's questioning in the Starr prosecution.

        In a conversation of interest to Mueller, "Shortly after President Trump fired his FBI director in May, he summoned to the Oval Office the bureau’s acting director for a get-to-know-you meeting," per the WashPost. "Trump ... asked Andrew McCabe: ... Whom did he vote for in the 2016 election? McCabe said he didn’t vote."

        "Trump ... also vented his anger at McCabe over the several hundred thousand dollars in donations that his wife, a Democrat, received for her failed 2015 Virginia state Senate bid from a political action committee controlled by a close friend of Hillary Clinton.

        Why it matters: "McCabe ... found the conversation with Trump 'disturbing.'"

        "The encounter is also the latest example of Trump erupting at a senior official, whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions, for recusing himself from the Russia probe, or White House counsel Donald McGahn, for not doing more to quash the investigation early on.

        Axios' Jonathan Swan scooped: "Attorney General Jeff Sessions — at the public urging of President Donald Trump — has been pressuring FBI Director Christopher Wray to fire Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, but Wray threatened to resign if McCabe was removed."

        "Sessions was questioned for several hours last week as part of the special counsel investigation," per the N.Y. Times.

        "Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates ... added a prominent white-collar attorney, Tom Green, to his defense team, signaling that Gates' approach to his not-guilty plea could be changing behind the scenes," per CNN.

        Simona Mangiante — fiancée of former Trump campaign worker George Papadopoulos — told the WashPost: “I believe history will remember him like John Dean."


    from Axios AM email Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018
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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #42 on: January 24, 2018, 01:53:37 PM »
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  • This thread was started on Oct. 28, 2017 - how much longer do we have to wait?

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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #43 on: January 24, 2018, 04:38:45 PM »
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  • Well. This is an issue beyond anything else we've had to deal with- the President, his family, his donors, his campaign, his relations at home and abroad. I'd like to see it all come to fruition soon, too, but this type of case takes a lot of time. Have to make sure every detail is brought to the spotlight.
    "It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something." - POTUS #32

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    Re: Mueller"s Russia Investigation: First Indictments Filed
    « Reply #44 on: January 24, 2018, 05:23:57 PM »
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  • I wouldn't be surprised to see it fall back the democrats too. There's too much coming out about both sides for me to feel comfortable.