The White House didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
“We stood outside the Kremlin Annex tonight with a blue wave falling on us and it felt great,” protest organizer Adam Parkhomenko, a former Hillary Clinton campaign adviser, said.
The reporter who clashed with White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at a press briefing last week over the Trump administration’s migrant policies said on Sunday that he stands by his comments
“I’m extremely angry with this administration that has lied to me, continues to lie to me,” Playboy reporter Brian Karem told CNN’s “Reliable Sources.”
1. CIA And FBI ‘Human Intelligence’
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team charged Papadopoulos — unconvincingly — with lying to investigators, because Papadopoulos said his contacts with Mifsud began before he was on the Trump campaign. Actually, the contacts started after he “learned he would be a foreign policy advisor for the campaign,” but before the campaign made a public announcement that he was to be an advisor.
2. The Trump Tower Meeting
Whenever Democrats or David French types talk about Trump and Russia collusion they look to the Trump Tower meeting as definitive proof. There are several problems with that. First, no presidential campaign in American history would pass up the chance of hearing evidence of crimes being committed by their opponent, no matter the source. In fact, some would say you’re doing the country a favor if you let everyone know that your opponent is subject to blackmail from a not-so-friendly foreign power (just don’t have your son and son-in-law sit in on the meeting).
More problematic is that Glenn Simpson — head of Fusion GPS, the firm being paid by the Clinton campaign and the DNC
3. Mike Flynn And The Logan Act
4. Andrew McCabe Sets Up Reince Priebus
Days later, the “breaking news” on CNN was that the White House had tried to pressure the FBI into batting down the reports on supposed ties between Trump and Russia. So not only was the White House supposedly colluding, now there were allegations of obstruction of justice.
5. Brennan Shops Dossier To Harry Reid
Former CIA Director John Brennan, who may have been the U.S. intelligence official to first push an investigation into the Trump campaign, briefed then-Sen. Harry Reid on the Clinton-funded dossier in August 2016.
6. Comey And Clapper Give CNN A Reason To Publish The Dossier
Comey, at the behest of former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, briefed Trump on one of the allegations in the dossier, but not on the main allegation in the dossier,
7. The Jeff Sessions Recusal
Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation after anonymous intelligence community leaks about his contacts with Russians.
8. Rosenstein Recommends Comey Firing, Appoints Special Counsel
Rosenstein recommended Comey’s firing, and then — overseeing the investigation that stemmed from that firing — appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel.
Taken together, these setups indicate a massive effort to aid the Clinton campaign before the election.
Read Full Story From Source: 8 Times U.S. Intelligence Set People Up To Fabricate The Russia Story
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has been granted a permanent security clearance following a lengthy FBI background check, a person familiar with the situation said Wednesday.
The move ensures that Kushner, a key White House adviser with a portfolio touching on international affairs, can hold access to some of the country’s most closely held secrets. The person who spoke about Kushner’s security clearance insisted on anonymity to discuss the process.
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Apple’s Siri interrupts a question about the intricacies of Barack Obama’s Iran policy on Thursday during a White House press briefing. The iPhone’s personal assistant beeped its question-acknowledgement tone as a journalist asked White House spokesman Josh Earnest if Obama is disappointed at not getting Republican backing for the Iran nuclear agreement. Siri then buts in, saying ‘Sorry. I’m not sure what you want me to change’