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Reply #120 posted 04/17/18 3:12pm

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Business Insider 4/17/18

  • The office of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller told reporters that "many" stories about his investigation "have been inaccurate."

  • It was an unusual piece of pushback from an office that tends to keep quiet.

  • The progress of Mueller's probe into potential Russia-Trump collusion is a source of fascination for many outlets.

  • Many stories are based on leaks from anonymous figures said to have knowledge of the probe, which are inherently difficult to verify.


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Reply #121 posted 04/17/18 3:36pm

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poppys said:

Business Insider 4/17/18

  • The office of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller told reporters that "many" stories about his investigation "have been inaccurate."

  • It was an unusual piece of pushback from an office that tends to keep quiet.

  • The progress of Mueller's probe into potential Russia-Trump collusion is a source of fascination for many outlets.

  • Many stories are based on leaks from anonymous figures said to have knowledge of the probe, which are inherently difficult to verify.


hmmm


Yeah, it's a bit cryptic.

http://www.businessinside...rue-2018-4

News outlets, including Business Insider, routinely report on the progress of the investigation, often citing anonymous sources whose knowledge of the investigation is often unclear to readers.

Robert mueller special counselMueller heading in to an off-the-record meeting with lawmakers in Washington, DC, in June. Alex Wong/Getty Images

The practice is a long-standing journalistic convention designed to protect sources from reprisal for speaking out of turn. Mueller's office does not typically give much on-the-record commentary.

But this statement, given to The Washington Times, a pro-Trump outlet that routinely takes aim at reports hostile to the president, struck a different tone.

The spokesman reportedly said:

"What I have been telling all reporters is that many stories about our investigation have been inaccurate.

"Be very cautious about any source that claims to have knowledge about our investigation and dig deep into what they claim before reporting on it.

"If another outlet reports something, don't run with it unless you have your own sourcing to back it up."

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Reply #122 posted 04/18/18 9:21pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:


hmmm


Yeah, it's a bit cryptic.

http://www.businessinside...rue-2018-4

News outlets, including Business Insider, routinely report on the progress of the investigation, often citing anonymous sources whose knowledge of the investigation is often unclear to readers.

Robert mueller special counselMueller heading in to an off-the-record meeting with lawmakers in Washington, DC, in June. Alex Wong/Getty Images

The practice is a long-standing journalistic convention designed to protect sources from reprisal for speaking out of turn. Mueller's office does not typically give much on-the-record commentary.

But this statement, given to The Washington Times, a pro-Trump outlet that routinely takes aim at reports hostile to the president, struck a different tone.

The spokesman reportedly said:

"What I have been telling all reporters is that many stories about our investigation have been inaccurate.

"Be very cautious about any source that claims to have knowledge about our investigation and dig deep into what they claim before reporting on it.

"If another outlet reports something, don't run with it unless you have your own sourcing to back it up."


The Washington Times? spit ok ok ok

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Reply #123 posted 04/19/18 4:40am

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^^ There has to be a reason Mueller's team gave that to the Washington Times, a pro Trump rag. It's some kind of warning to vet everything they're getting from sources. But why?

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Reply #124 posted 04/20/18 1:49pm

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No wonder trump is so nervous about Cohen. Probably not too smart to treat someone like crap who knows where all the bodies are buried..... Probably never thought he'd need him.

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https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/20/us/politics/trump-michael-cohen.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news

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Michael Cohen Has Said He Would Take a Bullet for Trump. Maybe Not Anymore.

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For years, a joke among Trump Tower employees was that the boss was like Manhattan’s First Avenue, where the traffic goes only one way.

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That one-sidedness has always been at the heart of President Trump’s relationship with his longtime lawyer and fixer, Michael D. Cohen, who has said he would “take a bullet” for Mr. Trump.

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For years Mr. Trump treated Mr. Cohen poorly, with gratuitous insults, dismissive statements and, at least twice, threats of being fired, according to interviews with a half-dozen people familiar with their relationship.

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“Donald goes out of his way to treat him like garbage,” said Roger J. Stone Jr., Mr. Trump’s informal and longest-serving political adviser, who, along with Mr. Cohen, was one of five people originally surrounding the president when he was considering a presidential campaign before 2016.

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Now, for the first time, the traffic may be going Mr. Cohen’s way. Mr. Trump’s lawyers and advisers have become resigned to the strong possibility that Mr. Cohen, who has a wife and two children and faces the prospect of devastating legal fees, if not criminal charges, could end up cooperating with federal officials who are investigating him for activity that could relate, at least in part, to work he did for Mr. Trump.

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Last week federal agents raided Mr. Cohen’s office and hotel room and seized business records, emails and other material as part of what Mr. Trump has called a “witch hunt” by his own Justice Department. The trove included documents dating back decades, as well as more recent ones related to a payment in 2016 to a pornographic film actress who has said she had a sexual encounter with Mr. Trump, which Mr. Trump denies.

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Although Mr. Trump called Mr. Cohen last Friday, four days after the raid, to “check in,’’ according to people familiar with the call, he and Mr. Cohen have spoken little since Mr. Trump entered the White House. The two men did have dinner together at Mar-a-Lago, Mr. Trump’s private club in Florida, a few weeks ago, but since the raid Mr. Cohen has told associates he feels isolated.

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Mr. Trump has long felt he had leverage over Mr. Cohen, but people who have worked for the president said the raid has changed all that.

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“Ironically, Michael now holds the leverage over Trump,” said Sam Nunberg, a former aide to Mr. Trump who worked with Mr. Cohen and Mr. Stone. Mr. Nunberg said that Mr. Cohen “should maximize” that leverage.

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“The softer side of the president genuinely has an affection for Michael,” Mr. Nunberg said. “However, the president has also taken Michael for granted.” Mr. Nunberg added that “whenever anyone complains to me about Trump screwing them over, my reflective response is that person has nothing to complain about compared to Michael.”

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Mr. Stone recalled Mr. Trump saying of Mr. Cohen, “He owns some of the finest Trump real estate in the country — paid top dollar for it, too.” In Mr. Trump’s worldview, there are few insults more devastating than saying someone overpaid.

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For years, Mr. Cohen has described himself as unflinchingly devoted to Mr. Trump, whom he has admired since high school. He has told interviewers that he has never heard Mr. Trump utter an inaccuracy or break a promise. He has tweeted about Mr. Trump nearly 3,000 times.

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In a Fox News interview last year, Mr. Cohen declared: “I will do anything to protect Mr. Trump.’’ He told Vanity Fair in September that “I’m the guy who would take a bullet for the president,” adding, “I’d never walk away.”

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At a Republican fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago earlier this year, Mr. Cohen went so far as to approach the first lady, Melania Trump, to try to apologize for the pain he caused her with the payment to Stephanie Clifford, known as Stormy Daniels, the adult film actress who has claimed to have had the sexual encounter with Mr. Trump.

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Over the years, Mr. Trump threatened to fire Mr. Cohen over deals that didn’t work out, or snafus with business projects, people who were present for the discussions said. He was aware that Mr. Cohen benefited in other business projects as being seen as affiliated with the Trump Organization, and it irked him.

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“He clearly doesn’t think that Michael Cohen is his Roy Cohn,” said Tim O’Brien, a Trump biographer, referring to Mr. Trump’s former mentor and the president’s ideal for a pit bull-like defender. “I think his abusive behavior to Michael is animated by his feeling that Michael is inadequate.”

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Prosecutors have argued that Mr. Cohen did little actual legal work for Mr. Trump and instead focused on extensive political, media and real-estate dealings for the president.

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Michael D’Antonio, another Trump biographer, recalled Mr. Cohen calling him soon before the book was published.

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“He wanted to know if I was going to call Trump a racist and he wanted to know” if it would include an old allegation from Mr. Trump’s wife, Ivana Trump, that he had committed marital rape, Mr. D’Antonio said.

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Mr. Cohen also wanted the title of the book, which was originally “Never Enough,” changed, Mr. D’Antonio said. He recalled saying to Mr. Cohen, “When has it ever been enough for Donald?”

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“And Cohen started laughing, and he said, ‘I don’t have a problem with the title personally,’” Mr. D’Antonio recalled. Nonetheless, he said, Mr. Cohen said he would call the publisher to get the title changed, and then threatened a lawsuit when he couldn’t.

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In 2007, Mr. Cohen was dispatched, along with Ivanka Trump, to scout a golf course development project in Fresno, Calif., that didn’t materialize. The next year, he served as chief operating officer of Affliction Entertainment, a Trump mixed-martial arts venture of boxing, wrestling and karate that featured a Russian Army veteran named Fedor Emelianenko. (“His thing is inflicting death on people,” Mr. Trump said at the time.)

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He has also scouted business opportunities for Mr. Trump in the former Soviet bloc, including a 2010 trip to Georgia on Mr. Trump’s behalf.

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Mr. Cohen has been active in Mr. Trump’s political ventures. When Mr. Trump pondered running for president in 2012, it was Mr. Cohen who wenton an early trip to Iowa to meet with Republican operatives and who set up a website called ShouldTrumpRun.org. He even initially sought to pay some of the costs for the site with money raised for his own abortive run for New York State Senate.

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Mr. Trump never ran in 2012, but Mr. Cohen raised $500,000 in four hours for the Mitt Romney presidential campaign that year during one of their “national call days” — and had campaign officials credit it as money that his boss had raised, one former Romney official recalled. When Mr. Trump ran for president in 2016, Mr. Cohen was given no official role on the campaign.

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He fought with the initial campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski. Paul Manafort, the campaign chairman, later blocked him from coming on board. Mr. Trump never ordered his aides to make a place for Mr. Cohen.

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Some of Mr. Cohen’s efforts to help only led to embarrassing rebuffs in front of those in charge. A month before the election, Mr. Cohen approached Mr. Trump outside his Trump Tower office with photographs of Bill Clinton and a mixed-race man alleged — without any evidence — to be the former president’s illegitimate son. Mr. Trump knocked the papers away, angrily telling Mr. Cohen to “get that out of my face,” said one former campaign official who witnessed the incident.

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Particularly hurtful to Mr. Cohen was the way Mr. Trump lavished approval on Mr. Lewandowski in a way he never did for Mr. Cohen. When Mr. Cohen told Mr. Trump that he believed that Mr. Lewandowski had been behind a negative story about Mr. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump dismissed the comments as simple jealousy, and didn’t pay attention, according to two people familiar with the incident.

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Mr. Cohen raised millions of dollars for Mr. Trump in the campaign, at a time when the candidate was struggling to attract support. Mr. Cohen tried to soften the edges as Mr. Trump faced a torrent of criticism for decades of racially divisive remarks, forming a “diversity coalition” to give Mr. Trump cover comprised of African-Americans, Muslims and other groups.

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“Nobody else around Donald Trump would have thought to do that for him,” said Darrell Scott, an African-American pastor from Ohio and a friend of Mr. Cohen who helped created the coalition.

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Reply #125 posted 04/20/18 3:25pm

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^^ popcorn popcorn cool

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Reply #126 posted 04/20/18 7:22pm

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Mr Cohen can ask for a Huuuuge raise now. Huuuuuge!
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Reply #127 posted 04/21/18 11:08am

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Reply #128 posted 04/23/18 5:22am

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Enjoy lol

https://www.facebook.com/...698924247/

lol hilarious!

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Reply #129 posted 04/27/18 9:57pm

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https://www.bloomberg.com...ith-russia

No Russia Collusion, House Republicans Say in Their Final Report

Trump quickly embraced the report by his allies in the GOP to bolster his assertion that there’s no evidence of wrongdoing.

On Twitter Friday night, he wrote: "As I have been saying all along, it is all a big Hoax by the Democrats based on payments and lies." Trump added that "there never should been" a special counsel appointed...

...But Republican Representative Michael Conaway of Texas, who led the panel’s Russia investigation, said the report shouldn’t be used to undermine Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian probe.

“Mueller’s got a broader area of jurisdiction, he’s looking at a lot of other things," Conaway said. “I think Mr. Mueller should finish his investigation on time and on his own schedule."

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Reply #130 posted 04/28/18 7:14am

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Russian from Trump Tower meeting: 'I am a lawyer, and I am an informant'




So now Veselnitskaya is an informant for Russia too according to her. What was her capacity in the Trump meeting then?

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Reply #131 posted 04/28/18 8:11am

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She is sexy.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #132 posted 04/28/18 8:19am

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She is sexy.

See the source image

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Reply #133 posted 05/01/18 7:53am

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https://www.nytimes.com/2...ussia.html

What Mueller Wants to Ask Trump About Obstruction, and What It Means

The questions show the special counsel’s focus on obstruction of justice and touch on some surprising other areas.


Questions related to Michael T. Flynn, the former national security adviser

Questions related to James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director

Questions related to Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Campaign Coordination With Russia


This puts a lot of things in order with timelines.


[Edited 5/1/18 7:58am]

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Reply #134 posted 05/01/18 8:00am

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Rod is under the firing line. oh oh

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #135 posted 05/01/18 6:23pm

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This doesn't really fall under Mueller, but we've got a couple of threads open about Trump and wanted to put this somewhere:


Trump apparently dictated the letter the doctor was to write in 2015 about his health! :-O



When Dr. Harold Bornstein described in hyperbolic prose then-candidate Donald Trump's health in 2015, the language he used was eerily similar to the style preferred by his patient.

It turns out the patient himself wrote it, according to Bornstein.
"He dictated that whole letter. I didn't write that letter," Bornstein told CNN on Tuesday. "I just made it up as I went along."


https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html
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Reply #136 posted 05/02/18 6:10am

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benni said:

This doesn't really fall under Mueller, but we've got a couple of threads open about Trump and wanted to put this somewhere:


Trump apparently dictated the letter the doctor was to write in 2015 about his health! :-O



When Dr. Harold Bornstein described in hyperbolic prose then-candidate Donald Trump's health in 2015, the language he used was eerily similar to the style preferred by his patient.

It turns out the patient himself wrote it, according to Bornstein.
"He dictated that whole letter. I didn't write that letter," Bornstein told CNN on Tuesday. "I just made it up as I went along."


https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html


^ this should be a thread.

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Reply #137 posted 05/02/18 6:30am

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DiminutiveRocker said:



benni said:


This doesn't really fall under Mueller, but we've got a couple of threads open about Trump and wanted to put this somewhere:


Trump apparently dictated the letter the doctor was to write in 2015 about his health! :-O





When Dr. Harold Bornstein described in hyperbolic prose then-candidate Donald Trump's health in 2015, the language he used was eerily similar to the style preferred by his patient.



It turns out the patient himself wrote it, according to Bornstein.

"He dictated that whole letter. I didn't write that letter," Bornstein told CNN on Tuesday. "I just made it up as I went along."


https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html



^ this should be a thread.


Agree. His craziness just gets worse. That doctor seems like he was definitely pressured to lie. Trump seems to be using his position like a mobster, bullying everyone who doesn’t do what he wants. Pathetic.
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Reply #138 posted 05/02/18 6:35am

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2elijah said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


^ this should be a thread.

Agree. His craziness just gets worse. That doctor seems like he was definitely pressured to lie. Trump seems to be using his position like a mobster, bullying everyone who doesn’t do what he wants. Pathetic. [Edited 5/2/18 6:32am]



He was always a bully - always always always. I say let Trump be Trump as he edges his way to jail.

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Reply #139 posted 05/02/18 9:58am

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Trump's White House lawyer Ty Cobb is leaving. This leaves Trump with only Jay Sekulow as a lead lawyer. And Sekulow isn't all that great. Say what you will about Cobb and John Dowd, they are both excellent attorneys.

I doubt it's a coincidence that Cobb announced his "retirement" the day after it was announced Mueller may subpoena Trump if he has to. Cobb is out there at the end of May.

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Reply #140 posted 05/02/18 10:02am

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Trump's White House lawyer Ty Cobb is leaving. This leaves Trump with only Jay Sekulow as a lead lawyer. And Sekulow isn't all that great. Say what you will about Cobb and John Dowd, they are both excellent attorneys.

I doubt it's a coincidence that Cobb announced his "retirement" the day after it was announced Mueller may subpoena Trump if he has to. Cobb is out there at the end of May.

HAHAHAHA toooo very bad for Donald. lol

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Reply #141 posted 05/02/18 11:20am

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Trump's White House lawyer Ty Cobb is leaving. This leaves Trump with only Jay Sekulow as a lead lawyer. And Sekulow isn't all that great. Say what you will about Cobb and John Dowd, they are both excellent attorneys.

I doubt it's a coincidence that Cobb announced his "retirement" the day after it was announced Mueller may subpoena Trump if he has to. Cobb is out there at the end of May.

"He is expected to be replaced by Williams & Connolly partner Emmet T. Flood, a Republican defense lawyer who helped President Bill Clinton during impeachment proceedings and was interviewed by President Trump earlier this year." I. Fucking. Love. It.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #142 posted 05/02/18 11:21am

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benni said:

This doesn't really fall under Mueller, but we've got a couple of threads open about Trump and wanted to put this somewhere:


Trump apparently dictated the letter the doctor was to write in 2015 about his health! :-O



When Dr. Harold Bornstein described in hyperbolic prose then-candidate Donald Trump's health in 2015, the language he used was eerily similar to the style preferred by his patient.

It turns out the patient himself wrote it, according to Bornstein.
"He dictated that whole letter. I didn't write that letter," Bornstein told CNN on Tuesday. "I just made it up as I went along."


https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html

And people are still defending this absolutely disgusting idiot.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #143 posted 05/02/18 12:39pm

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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-interview/trump-lawyer-any-mueller-trump-interview-to-be-limited-washington-post-idUSKBN1I32JP

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Trump lawyer: any Mueller-Trump interview to be limited - Washington Post

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“Some people have talked about a possible 12-hour interview. If it happens, that’s not going to happen, I’ll tell you that. It’d be, max, two to three hours around a narrow set of questions,” Giuliani, a former New York mayor who backed Trump in his presidential campaign said, according to the reporter’s Twitter post.

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Separately, Giuliani told Bloomberg News that Trump’s legal team “would be inclined” to allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller to interview the president. “We would be inclined to do it,” Giuliani said, according to Bloomberg.

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However, he said if Mueller had already decided to believe former FBI Director James Comey’s account of events, “then we would just be leading him into the lion’s den,” Bloomberg reported. A year ago Trump fired Comey, who has since written a book critical of the president’s conduct.

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Trump has publicly wavered on whether he would sit down with Mueller’s investigators, who are looking into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow.

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Both Trump and Moscow deny any wrongdoing, and the president has called the investigation a political witch hunt.

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A spokeswoman for the White House did not immediately respond to an emailed request for comment, and a spokesman for the special counsel’s office declined to comment.

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Mueller has charged 22 people and entities to date, including Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his associate Rick Gates.

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Reply #144 posted 05/02/18 1:08pm

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^^ But if everything is not answered in that time, couldn't he still be subpoenaed? Didn't we go through this time limit thing a while back?

Guliani is gonna try rinse and repeat. One of the theories is he leaked the questions too. The other one is Mueller's team did it

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Reply #145 posted 05/02/18 1:24pm

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grab some popcorn,folks...this is getting interesting eek lol

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Reply #146 posted 05/02/18 1:50pm

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poppys said:

^^ But if everything is not answered in that time, couldn't he still be subpoenaed? Didn't we go through this time limit thing a while back?

Guliani is gonna try rinse and repeat. One of the theories is he leaked the questions too. The other one is Mueller's team did it



Mueller could go all the way to the USSC, who would almost certainly hold that he has the power to subpoena the president and compel his appearance. But Trump could say, "I still disagree, and I'm president, and I'm not showing up".

That's when it gets serious. Like, really serious.

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Reply #147 posted 05/02/18 2:30pm

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RodeoSchro said:

poppys said:

^^ But if everything is not answered in that time, couldn't he still be subpoenaed? Didn't we go through this time limit thing a while back?

Guliani is gonna try rinse and repeat. One of the theories is he leaked the questions too. The other one is Mueller's team did it



Mueller could go all the way to the USSC, who would almost certainly hold that he has the power to subpoena the president and compel his appearance. But Trump could say, "I still disagree, and I'm president, and I'm not showing up".

That's when it gets serious. Like, really serious.

An attorney on the news just said that even if he takes the fifth, it would not save him from impeachment.

If he refuses to testify and it goes to the Supreme Court he will lose, just like Nixon, because no one is above the law.


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Reply #148 posted 05/03/18 10:45am

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OMG. Wiretapped. HAHAHA


Everyday the story gets better and better.


ROTFL lol

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Reply #149 posted 05/03/18 12:19pm

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PennyPurple said:

OMG. Wiretapped. HAHAHA


Everyday the story gets better and better.


ROTFL lol



This is going to make a great read once it's all over.

On a side note, if anyone ever saw his TV show The Apprentice, you will see how Trump and his show rewarded the worst of humanity and ruthless underhanded deads to "win" lol

"Yay! I'm a horrible person! I won!!"

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