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Reply #270 posted 03/06/18 7:34am

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RodeoSchro said:

^Awesome!

If anyone deserves to go to jail, it's Roger Stone. I would consider this whole investigation a success if Roger Stone is the only guy that goes to jail.

It wouldn't hurt if Nunberg goes, too.


I second that nod but there is a real possibility that more could join them.

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Reply #271 posted 03/06/18 8:10am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

RodeoSchro said:

^Awesome!

If anyone deserves to go to jail, it's Roger Stone. I would consider this whole investigation a success if Roger Stone is the only guy that goes to jail.

It wouldn't hurt if Nunberg goes, too.


I second that nod but there is a real possibility that more could join them.

Roger Stone truly is one of the most despicable freaks alive.

"Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost".
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Reply #272 posted 03/06/18 8:21am

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He does like pee and leather.

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #273 posted 03/06/18 8:35am

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Flynn is putting his house up for sale, because of mounting legal bills.

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Reply #274 posted 03/06/18 8:35am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

RodeoSchro said:

^Awesome!

If anyone deserves to go to jail, it's Roger Stone. I would consider this whole investigation a success if Roger Stone is the only guy that goes to jail.

It wouldn't hurt if Nunberg goes, too.


I second that nod but there is a real possibility that more could join them.


NOPE. Gotta catch em all....

See the source image

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Reply #275 posted 03/06/18 9:44am

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Don't cross the streams.

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #276 posted 03/06/18 4:49pm

benni

Gary Cohn, Trump's top Economic Advisor, is resigning.

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Reply #277 posted 03/06/18 5:19pm

poppys

benni said:

Gary Cohn, Trump's top Economic Advisor, is resigning.


Yes, more of The White House Apprentice's revolving door of officials. Likely because of the Trade Agreement.


New York Times Mar 6, 2018

Gary D. Cohn, President Trump’s top economic adviser, plans to resign, becoming the latest in a series of high-profile departures from the Trump administration, White House officials said on Tuesday.

The officials insisted there was no single factor behind the departure of Mr. Cohn, who heads the National Economic Council. But his decision to leave came after he seemed poised to lose an internal struggle amid a Wild West-style process over Mr. Trump’s plan to impose large tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

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Reply #278 posted 03/06/18 5:22pm

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How many legs does the "fake news" defense have exactly? Because this shit seems so damning that even my 7 year old son could put it together.

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Reply #279 posted 03/06/18 7:03pm

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OMG!! Stormy Daniels is suing Trump. The Idiot forgot to sign the HUSH Agreement. lol lol lol

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Reply #280 posted 03/06/18 7:26pm

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herb4 said:

How many legs does the "fake news" defense have exactly? Because this shit seems so damning that even my 7 year old son could put it together.

You know it's kinda genius how Trump and the right co-opted the "fake news" banner. Everyone was calling Fox and right-wing media fake news, then all of a sudden, like all great propagandists, they took it as their own and ran with it. Turning it into a nonsensical meaningless word term. lol

Crooked Donnie. Lock him up!
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Reply #281 posted 03/06/18 8:19pm

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PennyPurple said:

OMG!! Stormy Daniels is suing Trump. The Idiot forgot to sign the HUSH Agreement. lol lol lol

lol She has her own thread. http://prince.org/msg/105/451087

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Reply #282 posted 03/07/18 4:23am

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poppys said:

PennyPurple said:

OMG!! Stormy Daniels is suing Trump. The Idiot forgot to sign the HUSH Agreement. lol lol lol

lol She has her own thread. http://prince.org/msg/105/451087

[Edited 3/6/18 20:22pm]

Yup she sure does, but if you notice the time stamp I reported this before the new thread 'appeared'.

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Reply #283 posted 03/07/18 8:37am

poppys

PennyPurple said:

poppys said:

lol She has her own thread. http://prince.org/msg/105/451087

Yup she sure does, but if you notice the time stamp I reported this before the new thread 'appeared'.


The thread I linked above was started by luv4u on 1/12/18, Trump Lawyer Arranged $130,000 Payment for Adult-Film Star's Silence. The hush story was posted there 5pm yesterday. The new thread started by luv4u last night is Stormy Daniels sues Trump, says 'hush argeement' invalid because he never signed.

Now there are 2 Stormy threads, she's pretty popular! sexy

Mueller needs his thread back. cool


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Reply #284 posted 03/07/18 8:59am

poppys

Business Insider 3/7/18

Mueller has secured sworn testimony from a little-known but pivotal witness in the Russia investigation

robert muellerRobert Mueller. Thomson Reuters

  • The special counsel Robert Mueller has secured sworn testimony from George Nader, a little-known but critical witness in the Russia investigation.
  • Nader serves as an adviser to the United Arab Emirates' Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan and attended two meetings with President Donald Trump's associates that have invited intense FBI scrutiny.
  • In particular, investigators are focused on a January 2017 meeting in the Seychelles islands between Nader, Trump associate Erik Prince, and Kremlin ally Kirill Dmitriev, the head of a sanctioned Russian investment fund.

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Reply #285 posted 03/07/18 3:03pm

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No mention of the dude who got drunk and went on every news station he could find and spilled his guts yesterday? Becasue that shit was hilarious. Funny though, FOX News didn't put him on and didn't even mention him until they had 24 hours to spin it. Dude did everything but shred the subpoena he received on national TV and dare Mueller to arrest him.

If anyone missed it, here:


https://slate.com/culture...tdown.html

You know how they say when you're drunk you're most honest and your true self comes out? I believe every word this dude said.

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Reply #286 posted 03/07/18 8:59pm

benni

And the hits keep coming for Trump. Decided to catch up on news before bed and came across this article:


https://www.msn.com/en-us...ar-BBK08hX

Mueller gathers evidence that 2017 Seychelles meeting was effort to establish back channel to Kremlin

In January 2017, Erik Prince, the founder of the private security company Blackwater, met with a Russian official close to Russian President Vladi­mir Putin and later described the meeting to congressional investigators as a chance encounter that was not a planned discussion of U.S.-Russia relations.

A witness cooperating with Mueller has told investigators the meeting was set up in advance so that a representative of the Trump transition could meet with an emissary from Moscow to discuss future relations between the countries, according to the people familiar with the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive matters.

...While Mueller is probing the circumstances of the Seychelles meeting, he is also more broadly examining apparent efforts by the Trump transition team to create a back channel for secret talks between the new administration and the Kremlin...

Investigators now suspect that the Seychelles meeting may have been one of the first efforts to establish such a line of communications between the two governments, these people said. Nader’s account is considered key evidence — but not the only evidence — about what transpired in the Seychelles, according to people familiar with the matter.

Nader has long served as an adviser to the UAE leadership, and in that role he met more than once with Trump officials, including Stephen K. Bannon and the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, according to people familiar with the matter. After the Seychelles meeting, Nader visited the White House several times, and met at least once there with Bannon and Kushner, these people said.

Nader — and the Seychelles meeting — are also of interest to Mueller’s team as it examines whether any foreign money or assistance fueled the Trump campaign, and how Trump officials during the transition and early days of the administration communicated with foreign officials, particularly Russians.

Nader’s cooperation with the special counsel was first reported by the New York Times.

The UAE agreed to broker the meeting in part to explore whether Russia could be persuaded to curtail its relationship with Iran, including in Syria, a Trump administration objective. Such a concession by Moscow would have been likely to require the easing of U.S. sanctions on Russia, which were imposed for Russia’s intervention in Ukraine in 2014, those officials said.

Prince had no formal role with the Trump campaign or transition. However, according to people familiar with the Seychelles meeting, he presented himself as an unofficial envoy for Trump to high-ranking Emiratis involved in setting up his discussion with the Russian official.

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Reply #287 posted 03/08/18 5:19am

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benni said:

And the hits keep coming for Trump. Decided to catch up on news before bed and came across this article:


https://www.msn.com/en-us...ar-BBK08hX

Mueller gathers evidence that 2017 Seychelles meeting was effort to establish back channel to Kremlin

In January 2017, Erik Prince, the founder of the private security company Blackwater, met with a Russian official close to Russian President Vladi­mir Putin and later described the meeting to congressional investigators as a chance encounter that was not a planned discussion of U.S.-Russia relations.

A witness cooperating with Mueller has told investigators the meeting was set up in advance so that a representative of the Trump transition could meet with an emissary from Moscow to discuss future relations between the countries, according to the people familiar with the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive matters.

...While Mueller is probing the circumstances of the Seychelles meeting, he is also more broadly examining apparent efforts by the Trump transition team to create a back channel for secret talks between the new administration and the Kremlin...

Investigators now suspect that the Seychelles meeting may have been one of the first efforts to establish such a line of communications between the two governments, these people said. Nader’s account is considered key evidence — but not the only evidence — about what transpired in the Seychelles, according to people familiar with the matter.

Nader has long served as an adviser to the UAE leadership, and in that role he met more than once with Trump officials, including Stephen K. Bannon and the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, according to people familiar with the matter. After the Seychelles meeting, Nader visited the White House several times, and met at least once there with Bannon and Kushner, these people said.

Nader — and the Seychelles meeting — are also of interest to Mueller’s team as it examines whether any foreign money or assistance fueled the Trump campaign, and how Trump officials during the transition and early days of the administration communicated with foreign officials, particularly Russians.

Nader’s cooperation with the special counsel was first reported by the New York Times.

The UAE agreed to broker the meeting in part to explore whether Russia could be persuaded to curtail its relationship with Iran, including in Syria, a Trump administration objective. Such a concession by Moscow would have been likely to require the easing of U.S. sanctions on Russia, which were imposed for Russia’s intervention in Ukraine in 2014, those officials said.

Prince had no formal role with the Trump campaign or transition. However, according to people familiar with the Seychelles meeting, he presented himself as an unofficial envoy for Trump to high-ranking Emiratis involved in setting up his discussion with the Russian official.


^ that!

"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #288 posted 03/09/18 7:09am

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^^ There are a lot of puzzle pieces hanging around, wow. But Seychelles sure is a nice place for an illegal meeting! Those Blackwater dudes got tricks.


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Reply #289 posted 03/09/18 7:20am

poppys

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Robert Mueller.
Photo illustration by Slate. Photos by SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images and Thinkstock.


The Slatest

It’s Not Just a “Russia” Investigation Anymore

A rundown of the other countries whose connections to the Trump campaign and the White House are under scrutiny by Robert Mueller.

By Joshua Keating

March 08, 20184:29 PM


Robert Mueller’s investigation began as an inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election and is still often referred to, in shorthand, as the “Russia investigation,” but at this point, Russia is far from the only country involved. Here’s a rundown of some of the other foreign powers alleged to have had improper or illegal contact with members of the Trump administration.

Turkey
Qatar
United Arab Emirates
Israel


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Reply #290 posted 03/10/18 7:50am

poppys

Wall Street Journal - 3/9/18

Trump wants to make a deal with Mueller that if he meets with him, he can define the duration and/or scope of the investigation.
This is where Reality TV meets Reality. falloff


WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump’s lawyers are seeking to negotiate a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller that uses an interview with the president as leverage to spur a conclusion to the Russia investigation, according to a person familiar with the discussions.

The president’s legal team is considering telling Mr. Mueller that Mr. Trump would agree to a sit-down interview based on multiple considerations, including that the special counsel commit to a date for concluding at least the Trump-related portion of the investigation. One idea is to suggest a deadline of 60 days from the date of the interview, the person said.

Another consideration for the legal team is reaching an agreement with Mr. Mueller on the scope of his questioning of the president, which they expect to focus largely on his decision to fire former national security adviser Mike Flynn and former FBI director James Comey, according to people familiar with the matter.

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Reply #291 posted 03/10/18 2:53pm

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Thanks for constant updates, poppy.

Predictably enough the usual suspects have checked out and wandered off to whatever FOX News is telling them is important today, but Mueller is on this shit. He never had an agenda or a vandetta. He's just following evidence and flipping criminals left and right.

When this thing ends, it's going to be (at least) with the POTUS knee deep in Russian/NY/NJ mob money, a whole lot of money laundering and shady business deals and several people facing prison. I doubt it's collusion, which, if you notice, is the ONLY thing Orange Julius DENIES. I find that telling.

I keep saying it but now I know with 100% certainty why Trump never released his taxes. Along with the fact that Donald doesn't want the wrold to know he's not nearly as rich as he pretends to be, the truth of all this horse shittery is in his finances and those closest to him. That's where the truth lies and Mueller knows it.

Trump knows it too.

He's also going to get away with it because Republicans don't care about laws that punish rich white people. Obama would ALREADY have been impeached/forced to resign.

Fuck DJT and everyone who voted for him. Shameless, vindictive, selfish, authoritarian hypocrites.

[Edited 3/10/18 14:55pm]

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Reply #292 posted 03/10/18 3:45pm

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herb4 said:

Thanks for constant updates, poppy.

Predictably enough the usual suspects have checked out and wandered off to whatever FOX News is telling them is important today, but Mueller is on this shit. He never had an agenda or a vandetta. He's just following evidence and flipping criminals left and right.

When this thing ends, it's going to be (at least) with the POTUS knee deep in Russian/NY/NJ mob money, a whole lot of money laundering and shady business deals and several people facing prison. I doubt it's collusion, which, if you notice, is the ONLY thing Orange Julius DENIES. I find that telling.

I keep saying it but now I know with 100% certainty why Trump never released his taxes. Along with the fact that Donald doesn't want the wrold to know he's not nearly as rich as he pretends to be, the truth of all this horse shittery is in his finances and those closest to him. That's where the truth lies and Mueller knows it.

Trump knows it too.

He's also going to get away with it because Republicans don't care about laws that punish rich white people. Obama would ALREADY have been impeached/forced to resign.

Fuck DJT and everyone who voted for him. Shameless, vindictive, selfish, authoritarian hypocrites.

[Edited 3/10/18 14:55pm]

I agree 100 %, especially the "Fuck DJT and everyone who voted for him" part.

"Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost".
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Reply #293 posted 03/10/18 5:56pm

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herb4 said:

Thanks for constant updates, poppy.

Predictably enough the usual suspects have checked out and wandered off to whatever FOX News is telling them is important today, but Mueller is on this shit. He never had an agenda or a vandetta. He's just following evidence and flipping criminals left and right.

When this thing ends, it's going to be (at least) with the POTUS knee deep in Russian/NY/NJ mob money, a whole lot of money laundering and shady business deals and several people facing prison. I doubt it's collusion, which, if you notice, is the ONLY thing Orange Julius DENIES. I find that telling.

I keep saying it but now I know with 100% certainty why Trump never released his taxes. Along with the fact that Donald doesn't want the wrold to know he's not nearly as rich as he pretends to be, the truth of all this horse shittery is in his finances and those closest to him. That's where the truth lies and Mueller knows it.

Trump knows it too.

He's also going to get away with it because Republicans don't care about laws that punish rich white people. Obama would ALREADY have been impeached/forced to resign.

Fuck DJT and everyone who voted for him. Shameless, vindictive, selfish, authoritarian hypocrites.

[Edited 3/10/18 14:55pm]

Absolutely. Fox News would have taken just a fraction of these allegations and ran with them 24/7

Crooked Donnie. Lock him up!
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Reply #294 posted 03/10/18 6:53pm

poppys

Agree. They can NEVER EVER EVER use the 'values' fucking excuse again. Trump makes Clinton look like a choirboy.


and thank you herb


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Reply #295 posted 03/10/18 8:02pm

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poppys said:


Agree. They can NEVER EVER EVER use the 'values' fucking excuse again. Trump makes Clinton look like a choirboy.


and thank you herb


[Edited 3/10/18 18:55pm]




And liberals have ALWAYS been the true moral values holders. We have always pointed our moral compass true to humanity. Conservative moral values has always pointed to complete bullshit.
Crooked Donnie. Lock him up!
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Reply #296 posted 03/12/18 7:13am

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poppys said:

Wall Street Journal - 3/9/18

Trump wants to make a deal with Mueller that if he meets with him, he can define the duration and/or scope of the investigation.
This is where Reality TV meets Reality. falloff


WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump’s lawyers are seeking to negotiate a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller that uses an interview with the president as leverage to spur a conclusion to the Russia investigation, according to a person familiar with the discussions.

The president’s legal team is considering telling Mr. Mueller that Mr. Trump would agree to a sit-down interview based on multiple considerations, including that the special counsel commit to a date for concluding at least the Trump-related portion of the investigation. One idea is to suggest a deadline of 60 days from the date of the interview, the person said.

Another consideration for the legal team is reaching an agreement with Mr. Mueller on the scope of his questioning of the president, which they expect to focus largely on his decision to fire former national security adviser Mike Flynn and former FBI director James Comey, according to people familiar with the matter.

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This is where they'll probably stop "working" with the Mueller Investigation. Mueller is not going to agree with those terms. He's sworn to follow the evidence wherever it may lead for however long it takes. He'll probably get a good laugh out of these request though.

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The only way I can see him agree with the time frame is IF HE'S ALREADY DONE WITH HIS INVESTIGATION. Because by that point, it wouldn't matter anyway.

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Trump will probably have another tantrum after Mueller rejects his terms. Hell, he may even panic and try to fire Sessions and Rosenstein at the same damn time if he can't have it his way. Spoiled freakin brat. lol

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Reply #297 posted 03/12/18 12:32pm

Musicslave

Mueller Weighs Putting Off Trump Obstruction Decision

Chris Strohm
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March 12, 2018, 4:00 AM EDT
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice is said to be close to completion, but he may set it aside while he finishes other key parts of his probe, such as possible collusion and the hacking of Democrats, according to current and former U.S. officials.

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That’s because Mueller may calculate that if he tries to bring charges in the obstruction case -- the part that may hit closest to Trump personally -- witnesses may become less cooperative in other parts of the probe, or the president may move to shut it down altogether.

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The revelation is a peek into Mueller’s calculations as he proceeds with his many-headed probe, while pressure builds from the president’s advisers and other Republicans to show progress or wrap it up.

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The obstruction portion of the probe could likely be completed after several key outstanding interviews, including with the president and his son, Donald Trump Jr. The president’s lawyers have been negotiating with Mueller’s team over such an encounter since late last year. But even if Trump testifies in the coming weeks, Mueller may make a strategic calculation to keep his findings on obstruction secret, according to the current and former U.S. officials, who discussed the strategy on condition of anonymity.

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Any clear outcome of the obstruction inquiry could be used against Mueller: Filing charges against Trump or his family could prompt the president to take action to fire him. Publicly clearing Trump of obstruction charges -- as the president’s lawyers have requested -- could be used by his allies to build pressure for the broader investigation to be shut down.

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When it comes to the obstruction portion of the investigation, Mueller is said to be focused on three main episodes: Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey last May; the drafting of a misleading statement about the purpose of a June 2016 meeting between Don Jr., Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and a group of Russians at Trump Tower; and the disclosure that Trump considered firing Mueller last June.

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Mueller’s team of FBI agents and prosecutors has already interviewed people who could provide firsthand knowledge of possible obstruction of justice, including Comey, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Michael Rogers.

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Read full article here: https://www.bloomberg.com...n-decision

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Reply #298 posted 03/12/18 2:11pm

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Musicslave said:

Mueller Weighs Putting Off Trump Obstruction Decision

Chris Strohm
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Shannon Pettypiece
March 12, 2018, 4:00 AM EDT
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice is said to be close to completion, but he may set it aside while he finishes other key parts of his probe, such as possible collusion and the hacking of Democrats, according to current and former U.S. officials.

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That’s because Mueller may calculate that if he tries to bring charges in the obstruction case -- the part that may hit closest to Trump personally -- witnesses may become less cooperative in other parts of the probe, or the president may move to shut it down altogether.

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The revelation is a peek into Mueller’s calculations as he proceeds with his many-headed probe, while pressure builds from the president’s advisers and other Republicans to show progress or wrap it up.

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The obstruction portion of the probe could likely be completed after several key outstanding interviews, including with the president and his son, Donald Trump Jr. The president’s lawyers have been negotiating with Mueller’s team over such an encounter since late last year. But even if Trump testifies in the coming weeks, Mueller may make a strategic calculation to keep his findings on obstruction secret, according to the current and former U.S. officials, who discussed the strategy on condition of anonymity.

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Any clear outcome of the obstruction inquiry could be used against Mueller: Filing charges against Trump or his family could prompt the president to take action to fire him. Publicly clearing Trump of obstruction charges -- as the president’s lawyers have requested -- could be used by his allies to build pressure for the broader investigation to be shut down.

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When it comes to the obstruction portion of the investigation, Mueller is said to be focused on three main episodes: Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey last May; the drafting of a misleading statement about the purpose of a June 2016 meeting between Don Jr., Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and a group of Russians at Trump Tower; and the disclosure that Trump considered firing Mueller last June.

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Mueller’s team of FBI agents and prosecutors has already interviewed people who could provide firsthand knowledge of possible obstruction of justice, including Comey, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Michael Rogers.

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Read full article here: https://www.bloomberg.com...n-decision


^ A wise decision, IMO.

"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #299 posted 03/14/18 7:07pm

benni

Manafort's attorney says that Mueller's order allowing him to pursue illegal conduct outside of the Russia investigation is wrong. And he says since his client's alleged crimes don't have to do with the 2016 election that they should be tossed.

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