Trump Tweets Feelings About Russia Investigation

Trump Tweets Feelings About Russia Investigation

Trump Tweets Feelings About Russia Investigation

Trump, who has been in office for more than nine months, said that if Obamacare premiums go up it is the fault of Democrats - but he then claimed that the Affordable Care Act would be repealed and replaced after Republicans passed tax reform.

The Clinton-Collusion "Nothing Burger" President Trump and his minions have served up, is a defrosted "Diversion Burger" from the Russian investigation, which has produced its first sealed indictments, according to CNN.

Uranium One controlled mining interests in the U.S, that on paper amounted to 20% of US uranium output. That is not in doubt.

Various congressional boards of trustees have attempted their own particular examinations concerning Russian interfering in the decisions, following up on the finish of United States knowledge organizations that Moscow tried to influence the challenge for Mr. Trump - a thought that he has much of the time rejected as a deception.

Trump has accused Clinton and President Obama with colluding to approve a Russian company buying a Clinton Foundation donor's mining company, despite the FBI investigating the Russian officials involved for bribery. He is the subject of multiple investigations besides Mueller's, including an FBI investigation into a series of wire transfers, which moved more than $3 million between 2012 and 2013.

"So I'm going to continue to do that", she said. His job was to collect opposition research - "oppo", as it's called in the trade - that could be used against Trump.

Campaigns and party committees frequently pay companies to assemble what's known in politics as opposition research - essentially damaging information about their opponents - and nothing is illegal about the practice.

It was recently reported that the Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website that Singer bankrolls, was funding the opposition research by the firm Fusion GPS that helped produce the "Steele dossier", the salacious and uncorroborated report implicating Trump for connections to Russian Federation named after ex-British spy Christopher Steele. Fusion picked up Steele's contract, and Elias' clients allegedly weren't informed.

Former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele released the salacious dossier during the 2016 election.

Instead it became a cause célèbre.

The president then seemed to allege that the timing surrounding the discussions over the Russian Federation investigation, which began prior to Robert Mueller's appointment as special counsel in May, were some kind of conspiracy to disrupt the GOP's push for tax reform. That's what prosecutors are paid to do: Turn over every stone.

Levy takes partcular issue with an op-ed entitled "Fusion Collusion" by journalist Kimberley A. Strassel in The Wall Street Journal, and portrays Democrat members of the panel during the interview with Fritsch and Catan in a negative light. The FBI may have been compromised, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said.

The New York Times reported on Friday that the dossier was first funded by major Republican donor Paul Singer via the Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website. (This a few hours after suggesting the Post was an unreliable source). But what we do know, is that when those indictments are unsealed, Trump and Sarah Huckabee Sanders will no longer be able to get away with calling the Mueller investigation a hoax and witch hunt that's about to end. Before that happens, Americans - whatever their beliefs - should decide where they stand on the integrity of American democracy.

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