2019 Mar 24, 9:37am
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As a top official in President Trump’s campaign, Paul Manafort shared political polling data with a business associate tied to Russian intelligence, according to a court filing unsealed on Tuesday. The document provided the clearest evidence to date that the Trump campaign may have tried to coordinate with Russians during the 2016 presidential race.Mr. Manafort’s lawyers made the disclosure by accident, through a formatting error in a document filed to respond to charges that he had lied to prosecutors working for the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, after agreeing to cooperate with their investigation into Russian interference in the election.::::Prosecutors and the news media have already documented a string of encounters between Russian operatives and Trump campaign associates dating from the early months of Mr. Trump’s bid for the presidency, including the now-famous meeting at Trump Tower in Manhattan with a Russian lawyer promising damaging information on Hillary Clinton. The accidental disclosure appeared to some experts to be perhaps most damning of all.“This is the closest thing we have seen to collusion,” Clint Watts, a senior fellow with the Foreign Policy Research Institute, said of the data-sharing. “The question now is, did the president know about it?”
Mueller is coming for Trump. Believe it. We all know that there is absolutely nothing he could have ever done that would dissuade you from thinking that Trump is simply the the most awesome President ever.But as the story comes out over the next several weeks, you might be called upon to explain more than ever before, all the Trump attributes you are willing to overlook. And how it is that liking Trump does not imply that you are deplorable. Mueller Is Telling Us: He’s Got Trump on Collusionhttps://www.thedailybeast.com/mueller-is-telling-us-hes-got-trump-on-collusion
Half the Dems: "We ALWAYS knew it was a nothingburger"
You did make this post, correct?
I don't think anyone thought that the President would be indicted. We don't even know if you can indict a sitting President.
“This is the closest thing we have seen to collusion,” Clint Watts, a senior fellow with the Foreign Policy Research Institute, said of the data-sharing. “The question now is, did the president know about it?”
Is it possible one day that the politicians that are obsessed with Trump's impeachment will actually give up and start doing their job working for the common folk?
one day that the politicians that are obsessed with Trump's impeachment will actually give up and start doing their job working for the common folk?
Other Half: "Mueller's a Russia Agent! Release every interview Mueller did with hundreds or thousands of witnesses! Violate their privacy!"
18 BayArea ignore (0) 2019 Mar 24, 3:21pm ↑ like (0) ↓ dislike (0) you continue to believe a media that has become propagandists?
None of these were in the purview of the Mueller investigation.Most are things from before Trump was President, so I don't think congress would waste time on them. But they have to be pissed at the vindictive and careless way that Trump has seemed worked so hard to undue any and all things that might be considered Obama legacy. All Presidents do some of that type of thing, but Trump took it to an entirely different level.
Nearly all of the items in that cartoon are media manufactured