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    Keep on dreaming, Right Wing scum, like Twittler himself, calling the "failing" New York Times, and hilariously saying, "As you know, I'm NOT under investigation(No, we DON'T know that, Scumbag) and insisting that he's calm.

    Donald Trump's Worst Fear is Coming True: He Isn't Excluded From the Russia Probe




    Chris Riotta

    ,Newsweek•November 2, 2017

    President Donald Trump has not been excluded from a federal investigation into Russia's meddling efforts during the 2016 election, despite months of the president and his White House administration denying he was included in the probe, a key member of the House Intelligence Committee confirmed on Thursday morning that.
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), ranking member on the committee tasked with investigating the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russian government operatives, told CNN that he and his colleagues are "looking at a whole range of actors and what kind of relationships they had with the Russians."

    "We're not excluding anybody," Schiff responded when Cuomo asked if the president was being investigated by the House Intelligence Committee. "We are determined—at least on our side of the aisle, we certainly are—to follow the facts where they lead. We hope the Republicans are as well."


    The congressman was initially describing his committee's intention to question George Papadopoulos—a member of the Trump campaign’s foreign advisory panel—on his ties to Russian officials throughout the campaign. But he later indicated that the president is not out investigators' sights.


    Trump has routinely said he was not under investigation by any group, including the one led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. "I’m not under investigation, as you know," the president said in a phone call Wednesday night with New York Times, noting the recent indictments of his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and Rick Gates, Manafort’s business partner.
    "Even if you look at that, there’s not even a mention of Trump in there," he continued. "It has nothing to do with us."
    The White House has also categorically denied Trump's involvement in Russia's alleged meddling in last year’s election. Officials also downplayed the role of Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about a meeting he had with a Kremlin-linked Russian academic who offered to provide "dirt" on Hillary Clinton last year.




    Papadopoulos "was a member of a volunteer advisory council that met one time over the course of a year and he was part of a list that was read out in the Washington Post," White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday after it was reported he pleaded guilty for false statements. "He was not paid by the campaign. He was a volunteer on a council that met once."
    Papadopoulos appeared to have more interactions with the Trump campaign apart from the single meeting Sanders noted.
    But what the House Intelligence Committee or Mueller know about the president’s involvement—if any—remained a mystery on Thursday.
    "Mueller has a very different responsibility, and there’s a specific connotation to being a suspect in a criminal investigation," Schiff said Thursday. "I’ll have to leave it to Mr. Mueller to answer those kinds of questions."


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    “We’re not excluding anybody” somehow translates to a direct threat against Trump?

    I guess they aren’t excluding you, me, the posters on this forum, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy or Santa Claus either. We should all be crapping our pants.

    I’m sure Trump is paralyzed with fear about an investigation that’s been going on for a year that hasn’t even come close to indicting him or anyone near him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDeuce View Post
    “We’re not excluding anybody” somehow translates to a direct threat against Trump?

    I guess they aren’t excluding you, me, the posters on this forum, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy or Santa Claus either. We should all be crapping our pants.

    I’m sure Trump is paralyzed with fear about an investigation that’s been going on for a year that hasn’t even come close to indicting him or anyone near him.
    this is what fucking assholes say to reel the fucking idiots in

    intelligent people smirk and smile and laugh, and then reality sets in when they realize that they have to continue to support the fucking idiots and their offspring
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    Wait, you mean I could get caught up in this dragnet??
    Wtf???
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    Sstay in denial, scumbags, stay in denial. AWFUL lotta bullet points for a "coffee boy," lol

    http://billmoyers.com/story/why-geor...new-nightmare/

    Why George Papadopoulos Is Trump’s New Nightmare

    It's not the indictment of his former campaign manager that Trump should worry about. It's what we're learning about his little-known foreign policy aide, George Papadopoulos.
    By Steven Harper | November 3, 2017


    Former Trump foreign policy adviser Papadopoulos pled guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his contacts with Russia during the campaign. That means big trouble for the president.
    In isolation, George Papadopoulos’ guilty plea rebuts the claim that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is a “hoax.” In context, Papadopoulos’ confession fits into a bigger picture. Increasingly, it appears that Putin expected a Trump administration to soften US policy toward Russia and even eliminate debilitating sanctions imposed after its incursion into Ukraine and annexation of Crimea. Roll the tape:





    Now add a few key post-election events:

    • On Dec. 1, 2016, Jared Kushner suggested to Ambassador Kislyak the use of Russian diplomatic facilities to establish a secure back channel for private communications between Trump’s transition team and the Kremlin.
    • In late December 2016, President Obama’s new sanctions against Russia for election interference complicated the picture. Although he initially denied doing so, Trump’s national security adviser-designate Michael Flynn spoke with Russian Ambassador Kislyak about the new sanctions. Then when Putin did not retaliate for the sanctions, Trump tweeted:
    • In late January, a pro-Putin Ukrainian legislator and a former Trump business associate met with Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen at a luxury hotel in Manhattan. They gave Cohen a proposed Ukrainian peace plan that would lift Russian sanctions. Cohen was supposed to pass the plan along to then-national security adviser Flynn. At about the same time, the administration considered an executive order lifting Russian sanctions unilaterally.

    Team Trump lied repeatedly about pre-election contacts between the campaign and Russia. Why? That’s one of the questions special counsel Robert Mueller is trying to answer, and former campaign adviser Papadopoulos is now a prosecution witness in the case. His guilty plea, released this week, filled in many holes in the still unfolding narrative about what exactly occurred last year.
    That’s why, based on what the public already knows Papadopoulos to have told federal investigators, George Papadopoulos is Trump’s new nightmare.
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    Just got an e-mail from a lawyer in Niger. Said Mueller is investigating me for colluding with the Russians, evidently found some posts by me praising Putin here on the Rx

    No problemo, all I had to do was wire him $ 1,000 this morning and he promised to make it go away

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    Papadop is guilty of making false statements to the FBI

    Yet he can be trusted to make non-false statements as a witness

    How fucking dumb are you clown boy queer-O
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    Papadop is guilty of making false statements to the FBI

    Yet he can be trusted to make non-false statements as a witness

    How fucking dumb are you clown boy queer-O

    The guy even lied on his resume. Low hanging fruit trying to make a name for himself.
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    There were a lotta liars in Watergate, too, but that doesn't mean some of them didn't eventually tell the truth-like John Dean. That's why over 50 people went to jail, Furthermore, you can BET that Papadop wore a wire, which is why his charges went from more than 10 years in the slam to 6 months to zero-but, you brain dead chimps keep pretending like it doesn't matter, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    There were a lotta liars in Watergate, too, but that doesn't mean some of them didn't eventually tell the truth-like John Dean. That's why over 50 people went to jail, Furthermore, you can BET that Papadop wore a wire, which is why his charges went from more than 10 years in the slam to 6 months to zero-but, you brain dead chimps keep pretending like it doesn't matter, lol.

    You in your favorite position when reality smacks you in the face once again cockroach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LENBO View Post
    You in your favorite position when reality smacks you in the face once again cockroach.
    Another non response from Dumbo, for the excellent reason that he has nothing to come back with, THERE'S a shocker...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    Another non response from Dumbo, for the excellent reason that he has nothing to come back with, THERE'S a shocker...


    Watergate . ...Impeachment .........
    More like a dying narrative that mental midgets like yourself keep holding onto Maxine ,
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    Quote Originally Posted by LENBO View Post
    Watergate . ...Impeachment .........
    More like a dying narrative that mental midgets like yourself keep holding onto Maxine ,
    Get back to me when you have even a FEW refutations of any of the many points why Douchebag Donny is quaking in his boots, otherwise, STFU, Dumbo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    Get back to me when you have even a FEW refutations of any of the many points why Douchebag Donny is quaking in his boots, otherwise, STFU, Dumbo...
    I'll do that when the Trump piss tape you think exists , surfaces Maxine .
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    We have found no evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    Get back to me when you have even a FEW refutations of any of the many points why Douchebag Donny is quaking in his boots, otherwise, STFU, Dumbo...
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    He might have gotten locked up.

    The judge said enough is enough with these bullshit lawsuits put him cuffs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbacks View Post
    He might have gotten locked up.

    The judge said enough is enough with these bullshit lawsuits put him cuffs

    Or he’s out getting a drink from the neighbors water spigot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HamGlaze View Post
    Or he’s out getting a drink from the neighbors water spigot.
    lol
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    Why dont u quit starting so many threads asshole....
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    so now the investigation is turning















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