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Reply #120 posted 12/05/17 8:07am

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Reply #121 posted 12/05/17 8:24am

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Interesting that Deutsche Bank is saying they will cooperate - now that they legally have to. I imagine they have a lot of customers they are trying to protect for a myriad of reasons.

If Trump doesn't get caught in some lie it will be a miracle from hell. This scenario with the attorney/phone call/tweet that Rodeo and Benni are laying out is just absurd. We can bet they had an all night delete-athon.

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If there's one thing I learned about Mueller's investigation is that by the time anything hits the news, he's already gotten what he needs. The Trump team is always playing catch up. In other words, it's probably too late for that delete-athon. Mueller has already clicked saved lol lol lol

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Reply #122 posted 12/05/17 8:27am

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poppys said:

Interesting that Deutsche Bank is saying they will cooperate - now that they legally have to. I imagine they have a lot of customers they are trying to protect for a myriad of reasons.

If Trump doesn't get caught in some lie it will be a miracle from hell. This scenario with the attorney/phone call/tweet that Rodeo and Benni are laying out is just absurd. We can bet they had an all night delete-athon.

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If there's one thing I learned about Mueller's investigation is that by the time anything hits the news, he's already gotten what he needs. The Trump team is always playing catch up. In other words, it's probably too late for that delete-athon. Mueller has already clicked saved lol lol lol

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Reply #123 posted 12/05/17 8:52am

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Musicslave said:

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If there's one thing I learned about Mueller's investigation is that by the time anything hits the news, he's already gotten what he needs. The Trump team is always playing catch up. In other words, it's probably too late for that delete-athon. Mueller has already clicked saved lol lol lol

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Reply #124 posted 12/05/17 9:32am

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Reply #125 posted 12/05/17 10:06am

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Musicslave said:

poppys said:

Interesting that Deutsche Bank is saying they will cooperate - now that they legally have to. I imagine they have a lot of customers they are trying to protect for a myriad of reasons.

If Trump doesn't get caught in some lie it will be a miracle from hell. This scenario with the attorney/phone call/tweet that Rodeo and Benni are laying out is just absurd. We can bet they had an all night delete-athon.

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If there's one thing I learned about Mueller's investigation is that by the time anything hits the news, he's already gotten what he needs. The Trump team is always playing catch up. In other words, it's probably too late for that delete-athon. Mueller has already clicked saved lol lol lol


Mueller is not stupid lol He probably has a team that monitors all the Trumps lol lol

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Reply #126 posted 12/05/17 11:58am

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Musicslave said:

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If there's one thing I learned about Mueller's investigation is that by the time anything hits the news, he's already gotten what he needs. The Trump team is always playing catch up. In other words, it's probably too late for that delete-athon. Mueller has already clicked saved lol lol lol


Mueller is not stupid lol He probably has a team that monitors all the Trumps lol lol

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You know what's also funny is how Trump seems to think that as long as nobody tells him that he's under investigation, he think he's not lol As if the FBI is obligated to tell him he's being investigated. lol

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Reply #127 posted 12/05/17 1:01pm

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luv4u said:


Mueller is not stupid lol He probably has a team that monitors all the Trumps lol lol

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You know what's also funny is how Trump seems to think that as long as nobody tells him that he's under investigation, he think he's not lol As if the FBI is obligated to tell him he's being investigated. lol


He knows he is.

But as long as he tells his supporters he's not, they believe him. They'll believe virtually anything he says, and polls indicate that almost half the electorate does not believe news accounts about him from mainstream media sources.

That's why he'll keep saying these things.

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Reply #128 posted 12/05/17 7:15pm

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Gates and Manafort remain on house arrest. Manafort has yet to substantiate his financial claims. Gates may have more charges brought against him. His lawyer reported that federal prosecutors said more charges, called superseding indictments, could be coming.

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Reply #129 posted 12/06/17 5:32am

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With The Republicans in complete control of both house and senate plus the white house. I wouldn't be surprised to see Mueller replaced.

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Reply #130 posted 12/06/17 6:14am

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With The Republicans in complete control of both house and senate plus the white house. I wouldn't be surprised to see Mueller replaced.

not complete control... we need 8 more senators... and replace a few others

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Reply #131 posted 12/06/17 6:18am

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With The Republicans in complete control of both house and senate plus the white house. I wouldn't be surprised to see Mueller replaced.

He better not be replaced. The out cry would be over-whelming.

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Reply #132 posted 12/06/17 6:55am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

With The Republicans in complete control of both house and senate plus the white house. I wouldn't be surprised to see Mueller replaced.

He better not be replaced. The out cry would be over-whelming.

No scandal has affected him yet. It's been one after another and it's become normal.

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Reply #133 posted 12/06/17 7:45am

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PennyPurple said:

He better not be replaced. The out cry would be over-whelming.

No scandal has affected him yet. It's been one after another and it's become normal.

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Yeah, I sort of agree with you. This Republican House and Senate do not have the balls to stand up against him. They're all afraid of being blasted on Twitter by President Twitter Fingers, they'll simply fall in line as they did with following the Pres lead on backing Roy Moore.

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Penny's right. They'll be an outcry but it may not yield anything but more division in this country.

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Reply #134 posted 12/06/17 7:56am

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https://www.vox.com/world/2017/12/5/16737634/mueller-trump-russia-investigation-deutsche-bank

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Mueller appears to be looking deep into Trump’s finances

This German bank has dealt with Jared Kushner before.

Updated by Alex Ward@AlexWardVoxalex.ward@vox.com Dec 5, 2017, 7:23pm EST
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Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly subpoenaed Deutsche Bank for financial information on President Donald Trump and his associates as part of the investigation into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 presidential election.

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Multiple news outlets report that Germany’s largest bank received a request from Mueller’s team several weeks ago for data on money and financial transactions made by Trump and his associates.

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It’s still unclear which specific individuals Mueller requested information on and whether the president himself was one of them. One of Trump’s personal lawyers, Jay Sekulow, disputes the reports. “We have confirmed that the news reports that the Special Counsel had subpoenaed financial records relating to the President are false,” he said in a statement. “No subpoena has been issued or received. We have confirmed this with the bank and other sources.”

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Trump’s family has relied Deutsche Bank for past business loans: The real estate company owned by Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and top White House adviser, finalized a $285 million loan from Deutsche Bank one month before election day as part of a refinancing package for one of Kushner’s company’s properties in Times Square.

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The bank has also been linked to criminal activity. In January 2017, Deutsche Bank received $630 million in penalties because it was involved in a $10 billion Russian money-laundering scheme that involved the bank’s Moscow, New York, and London branches, CNN reports.

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So far, four members of Trump’s inner circle have been charged in connection to the Mueller probe: former campaign chair Paul Manafort and his business associate Rick Gates, campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos, and former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn. Only Papadopoulos and Flynn have pleaded guilty and both are now working with investigators.

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Analysts are speculating that Kushner may be Mueller’s next big target, which may help explain why the special counsel’s office is asking for this information. But this isn’t the first time Mueller’s team has examined financial records as part of its probe, and they retaincampaign finance experts on staff.

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Deutsche Bank declined to comment on the Reuters report when Vox called to confirm the story, but did tell NBC News that “Deutsche Bank takes its legal obligations seriously and remains committed to cooperating with authorized investigations into this matter.”

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The Office of the Special Counsel also declined to comment when contacted by Vox.

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I wonder if Deutsche Bank is required to share whether or not they were subpoenaed with their clients. I wonder if Jay Sekulow is lying.

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Reply #135 posted 12/06/17 12:57pm

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http://www.cnn.com/2017/12/06/politics/whistleblower-flynn-told-colleague-removing-russia-sanctions-priority/index.html

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Whistleblower: Flynn told colleague Russia sanctions would be 'ripped up'

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Washington (CNN) As President Donald Trump delivered his inaugural address, incoming-national security adviser Michael Flynn texted his former business colleague about a plan to join Russia and build nuclear reactors in the Middle East: The project was "good to go," he told them, according to a summary of a whistleblower's account provided by a lawmaker.

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The business colleague who texted with Flynn later recounted that he also suggested sanctions against Russia would be "ripped up" as one of the administration's first acts, according to the whistleblower.
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Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee, on Wednesday released his summary of the whistleblower's account detailing Flynn's conversations with colleagues as the Trump administration took power. The account provides the strongest claim yet that the administration was focused on unraveling the sanctions that President Barack Obama had just put in place and that Flynn had a personal motivation for doing so.
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Flynn attempted to "manipulate the course of international nuclear policy for the financial gain of his business partners," and assured a business partner the US would relax sanctions once he worked in Trump's White House, Cummings wrote to House Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina.
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Flynn, while involved in the Trump transition, worked with companies including ACU Strategic Partners to make a deal with Russia to build nuclear reactors in the Middle East. But Cummings' letter to Gowdy described Flynn's interest in the deal for nuclear reactors in far more detail than was previously known.
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The Wall Street Journal's... reporting said Flynn had facilitated a draft memo with the National Security Council staff that would support the project. The memo was intended for Trump to sign, though there's no indication the President saw it, the Journal reported.
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Cummings said the Flynn whistleblower was "extremely hesitant to come forward -- and still fears retaliation" but "feels duty bound as a citizen to make this disclosure." The whistleblower isn't named, but Cummings promised in the letter to share the person's identity with Gowdy if it remains confidential and Gowdy agrees to speak with the whistleblower.

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The whistleblower's story to Cummings starts January 20, Inauguration Day, at an event in D.C. The whistleblower encountered a business partner of Flynn's, Alex Copson of ACU Strategic Partners, which was working on building the reactors. "I couldn't be better. This is the best day of my life," Copson told the whistleblower as he described the message from Flynn, Cummings said. "This is the start of something I have been working on for years, and we are good to go."
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Flynn had texted Copson with the same message -- that the nuclear reaction project was "good to go" -- from his place on the dais outside the Capitol 10 minutes into Trump's inaugural address, the whistleblower told Cummings. Flynn also texted Copson to tell his business colleagues to "let them know to put things in place," Cummings wrote.
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Copson then told the whistleblower that Flynn "has been putting everything in place for us" and that the project would "make a lot of very wealthy people."
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The whistleblower also heard from Copson that Flynn would try to reduce sanctions against Russia as "one of his first orders of business and that this would allow money to start flowing into the project," Cummings wrote.
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The criminal case against Flynn in federal court barely touched on his work in private business, though it did describe his attempts during the presidential transition to mediate Russia's response to sanctions from the Obama administration and to influence foreign nations' votes on a UN Security Council measure related to Israeli settlements.
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Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators about calls he had with the Russian ambassador about sanctions and the UN vote at the request of Trump campaign officials. A document filed in Flynn's case mentioned his failure to comply with foreign lobbying disclosure laws related to his work for Turkey, but his charging document didn't mention that work.
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Cummings also asked Gowdy to subpoena several of Flynn's business partners, related companies and other administration officials. Cummings said his office could not verify the whistleblower's story, and whether Copson was telling the whistleblower the truth, without subpoenaed documents.
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Cummings has been critical of his Republican colleague Gowdy's leadership in their investigation of Flynn. Before Gowdy was House Oversight chair, Republican Jason Chaffetz of Utah led the committee. He and Cummings jointly exposed details that Flynn had lied on his security clearance forms earlier this year, though Chaffetz later backed off the inquiry despite the Democratic demands.

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Reply #136 posted 12/06/17 8:23pm

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Musicslave said:

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You know what's also funny is how Trump seems to think that as long as nobody tells him that he's under investigation, he think he's not lol As if the FBI is obligated to tell him he's being investigated. lol


He knows he is.

But as long as he tells his supporters he's not, they believe him. They'll believe virtually anything he says, and polls indicate that almost half the electorate does not believe news accounts about him from mainstream media sources.

That's why he'll keep saying these things.


To Trump, if it is something that he does not like, he calls it 'fake news' lol

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Reply #137 posted 12/07/17 3:57am

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Musicslave said:

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http://www.cnn.com/2017/12/06/politics/whistleblower-flynn-told-colleague-removing-russia-sanctions-priority/index.html

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Whistleblower: Flynn told colleague Russia sanctions would be 'ripped up'

Trump said as much before the election... so what? that is not illegal now if his pal acted on that info could it be insider trading? Maybe but that is on the friend not on Flynn and certainly not at all on Trumpy.


AND these texts were sent When Trump was President. But I agree he should not have sent them and they could be a problem for him and anyone that acted on that info... even if it was something that we all expected.

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Reply #138 posted 12/07/17 4:01am

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namepeace said:


He knows he is.

But as long as he tells his supporters he's not, they believe him. They'll believe virtually anything he says, and polls indicate that almost half the electorate does not believe news accounts about him from mainstream media sources.

That's why he'll keep saying these things.


To Trump, if it is something that he does not like, he calls it 'fake news' lol

it was funny a few times but now it seems to be an excuse. I do not think a sitting president should ever go after the media. The media should be there to hold the officials accountable. There is bias but there is also a great deal to say that Trump will not like.

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Reply #139 posted 12/07/17 5:45am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

luv4u said:


To Trump, if it is something that he does not like, he calls it 'fake news' lol

it was funny a few times but now it seems to be an excuse. I do not think a sitting president should ever go after the media. The media should be there to hold the officials accountable. There is bias but there is also a great deal to say that Trump will not like.

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Reply #140 posted 12/07/17 8:04am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:



luv4u said:




namepeace said:




He knows he is.

But as long as he tells his supporters he's not, they believe him. They'll believe virtually anything he says, and polls indicate that almost half the electorate does not believe news accounts about him from mainstream media sources.

That's why he'll keep saying these things.




To Trump, if it is something that he does not like, he calls it 'fake news' lol





it was funny a few times but now it seems to be an excuse. I do not think a sitting president should ever go after the media. The media should be there to hold the officials accountable. There is bias but there is also a great deal to say that Trump will not like.



Now you're making sense!
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Reply #141 posted 12/07/17 8:32am

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I heard a great take last night on the Ari Melber show on MSNBC. It came from Sophia Nelson, a former House GOP committee counsel. She reminded us:

The special prosecutor does not offer deals like the one Flynn got unless they believe that Flynn can deliver them someone higher up than him. A "bigger target" as Ms. Nelson puts it.

Now, who would that be?

President Trump? Donald Trump, Jr? Jared Kushner? I don't know, but you can be certain that Flynn was not given that deal just because he looks good in a suit.

You wan watch here: http://www.msnbc.com/msnb...ari-melber It's the story titled "Whistelblower: Flynn Pushed Russia Plan Minutes Into Trump..." Ms. Nelson's comments are about 6 minutes in.

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Reply #142 posted 12/07/17 9:29am

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RodeoSchro said:

I heard a great take last night on the Ari Melber show on MSNBC. It came from Sophia Nelson, a former House GOP committee counsel. She reminded us:

The special prosecutor does not offer deals like the one Flynn got unless they believe that Flynn can deliver them someone higher up than him. A "bigger target" as Ms. Nelson puts it.

Now, who would that be?

President Trump? Donald Trump, Jr? Jared Kushner? I don't know, but you can be certain that Flynn was not given that deal just because he looks good in a suit.

You wan watch here: http://www.msnbc.com/msnb...ari-melber It's the story titled "Whistelblower: Flynn Pushed Russia Plan Minutes Into Trump..." Ms. Nelson's comments are about 6 minutes in.

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What's so detrimental to Trump with Flynn is, apparently he's been monitored for awhile. Who knows what conversations, text, emails, etc. they have on Trump & Co. Which goes back to why Trump was trying his best to cover for him in the beginning. He knew he would be up ish creek if the Feds ever flipped him.

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Reply #143 posted 12/07/17 10:00am

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Reply #144 posted 12/07/17 10:17am

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Musicslave said:

RodeoSchro said:

I heard a great take last night on the Ari Melber show on MSNBC. It came from Sophia Nelson, a former House GOP committee counsel. She reminded us:

The special prosecutor does not offer deals like the one Flynn got unless they believe that Flynn can deliver them someone higher up than him. A "bigger target" as Ms. Nelson puts it.

Now, who would that be?

President Trump? Donald Trump, Jr? Jared Kushner? I don't know, but you can be certain that Flynn was not given that deal just because he looks good in a suit.

You wan watch here: http://www.msnbc.com/msnb...ari-melber It's the story titled "Whistelblower: Flynn Pushed Russia Plan Minutes Into Trump..." Ms. Nelson's comments are about 6 minutes in.

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What's so detrimental to Trump with Flynn is, apparently he's been monitored for awhile. Who knows what conversations, text, emails, etc. they have on Trump & Co. Which goes back to why Trump was trying his best to cover for him in the beginning. He knew he would be up ish creek if the Feds ever flipped him.



Yep. They didn't just make a deal with him yesterday. He's been working with them for some time.

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Reply #145 posted 12/07/17 10:32am

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It used to be that the Republican and their sheep constituency they herded never changed. But suddenly they have.
It used to be that they would distance themselves as far away from "them dammed commies, and their evil pinko empire"

Now, they'd love to have sleep-over and pillow fights with them. Bash their eyelashes at them with their blushed red faces and wet panties.

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Reply #146 posted 12/07/17 10:55am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

It used to be that the Republican and their sheep constituency they herded never changed. But suddenly they have.
It used to be that they would distance themselves as far away from "them dammed commies, and their evil pinko empire"

Now, they'd love to have sleep-over and pillow fights with them. Bash their eyelashes at them with their blushed red faces and wet panties.

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Right! If that's going to help them win the WH and Congress, Yup! nod

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Reply #147 posted 12/07/17 11:07am

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RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

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What's so detrimental to Trump with Flynn is, apparently he's been monitored for awhile. Who knows what conversations, text, emails, etc. they have on Trump & Co. Which goes back to why Trump was trying his best to cover for him in the beginning. He knew he would be up ish creek if the Feds ever flipped him.



Yep. They didn't just make a deal with him yesterday. He's been working with them for some time.

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Both voluntary and involuntary, if you know what I mean lol Remember, Sally Yates pointed out that he might have been compromised during that transistion period and the FBI had been watching / listening to most Russians operatives since the 1950's. So even if he wasn't the target, the Russian on the other end of the phone, email or text was.

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Reply #148 posted 12/08/17 7:36am

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George Papadopoulos's finacee says he (Papadopoulos) was actually a high-level campaign staffer who "set up meetings with leaders all around the world" and that she knew he reported to Michael Flynn and Steve Bannon because she saw emails between them and Papadopoulos.

Again - the FBI does not enter into plea bargains with people like Papadopoulos unless they know he can deliver someone higher. And I doubt that someone is Flynn, because Flynn also entered into a plea agreement with the FBI. It goes higher up than Flynn, and whoever it goes to - the FBI has them squarely in their sites.

https://www.politico.com/...iew-287137

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Reply #149 posted 12/08/17 7:37am

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RodeoSchro said:



Yep. They didn't just make a deal with him yesterday. He's been working with them for some time.

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Both voluntary and involuntary, if you know what I mean lol Remember, Sally Yates pointed out that he might have been compromised during that transistion period and the FBI had been watching / listening to most Russians operatives since the 1950's. So even if he wasn't the target, the Russian on the other end of the phone, email or text was.

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To quote the man himself: "he has a story to tell." nod




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