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Секретарь Совета Безопасности Николай Патрушев (слева) и Министр обороны Сергей Шойгу перед началом совещания с постоянными членами Совета Безопасности.
Секретарь Совета Безопасности Николай Патрушев (слева) и Министр обороны Сергей Шойгу перед началом совещания с постоянными членами Совета Безопасности.
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Saved Stories - Trump Investigations 
Key takeaways from Roger Stone's indictment in Russia probe - Associated Press
"trump authoritarianism" - Google News: Trump invokes Israel’s ‘wall’ in saying he has agreed to reopen government - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
"trump electorate" - Google News: What would it take for Trump to get a primary challenge in 2020? - Washington Post
Palmer Report: Donald Trump caves like an idiot on wall and shutdown after his world collapses
Just Security: Wither the Giuliani Defense of “No Crime of Collusion” in Wake of Roger Stone’s Indictment
Deutsche Bank's CEO vows to bring 'pride back,' finds support among Davos leaders - CNBC
Donald Trump: Trump Wanted His Disney Animatronic To Brag About His Skyscrapers, New Book Says
Euro zone banks shed 30 billion euros of bad debt in Third quarter - Yahoo Finance
"Anthony Weiner" - Google News: Just Trust Us - Slate
"cambridge analytica" - Google News: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg goes on the defensive: 'We don't sell people's data' - CNBC
One Man's Obsessive Fight to Reclaim His Cambridge Analytica Data - WIRED
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
Michael Novakhov on the New Abwehr Hypothesis of Operation Trump - Google Search
"social media in trump campaign" - Google News: Roger Stone, Adviser to Trump, Is Indicted in Mueller Investigation - New York Times
FBI Arrests Roger Stone
Paul Manafort due in court to face Mueller probe allegations he lied after pleading guilty - Washington Post
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Inside the Mueller probe – Power Line

Saved Stories - Trump Investigations 
Key takeaways from Roger Stone's indictment in Russia probe - Associated Press

Key takeaways from Roger Stone's indictment in Russia probe  Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Russia investigation snared another associate of President Donald Trump with the arrest Friday of self-described political "dirty ...


"trump authoritarianism" - Google News: Trump invokes Israel’s ‘wall’ in saying he has agreed to reopen government - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Trump invokes Israel’s ‘wall’ in saying he has agreed to reopen government  Jewish Telegraphic Agency
(JTA) — Announcing that he has agreed to end the partial government shutdown for three weeks, President Donald Trump invoked Israel's security barrier in ...


 "trump authoritarianism" - Google News
"trump electorate" - Google News: What would it take for Trump to get a primary challenge in 2020? - Washington Post

What would it take for Trump to get a primary challenge in 2020?  Washington Post
If he can't rebound in the polls, it will become more likely.


 "trump electorate" - Google News
Palmer Report: Donald Trump caves like an idiot on wall and shutdown after his world collapses


When Special Counsel Robert Mueller had the FBI arrest Roger Stone this morning, it became clear that Donald Trump was going to have to change the subject. When the FAA began shutting down New York’s LaGuardia airport out of necessity a few hours later, it became clear that Trump was going to have to end his government shutdown today. Sure enough, he caved in swift and stunning, if predictably incoherent, fashion.
 


Donald Trump gave a long and rambling speech in the White House Rose Garden today. Most of it was varying degrees of unintelligible. But the only part you need to know is this: Trump agreed to reopen the federal government for three weeks, without any funding at all for his border wall. This was precisely what Trump said he’d never do. So what happens in three weeks?
 


In short, nothing. Trump kept hinting during his speech that he’ll magically declare a national emergency in three weeks and build his wall that way, but that’s always been an empty, laughable threat. Trump’s speech made it fairly clear that he was protesting too much, and that he’s done with this shutdown business entirely. Three weeks from now, the public and the media will have moved on from focusing on the shutdown and the wall, and he can then quietly sign a new budget without any wall funding.
 
The bad news for Donald Trump is that three weeks from now, the primary focus of the nation will likely be on who all else gets arrested between now and then. The wording of the Roger Stone indictment strongly suggests that his arrest is a precursor to far bigger moves coming soon on the part of Robert Mueller.




 Palmer Report
Just Security: Wither the Giuliani Defense of “No Crime of Collusion” in Wake of Roger Stone’s Indictment

The Roger Stone indictment should be considered in light of the many recent statements that the president’s counsel, Rudy Giuliani, tossed out in recent weeks. Giuliani insisted on the narrowest possible definition of “collusion,” excluding anything other than Donald Trump or his campaign’s direct involvement in the conspiracy to hack the DNC or the Clinton campaign’s chair emails. On Friday morning in the wake of Stone’s indictment, White House press Secretary Sarah Sanders asserted, “The question and the big thing that the Mueller investigation is supposed to center on is whether or not the President in some outrageous way colluded with Russia.” By now the president’s lawyers must believe they have a fairly good sense of his exposure on the facts of the case. Their position seems to have shifted from “no collusion,” to “no crime of collusion,” and they have tried to redirect the focus away from whether a host of campaign members colluded. Their hope may be that the Trump campaign-Wikileaks-Russia alliance is so extraordinary and unprecedented that the law cannot clearly reach it.
The Stone indictment now shows that over a number of months the Trump campaign used Stone as an intermediary—more precisely, its agent— to solicit information from WikiLeaks, a partner of Russia in a conspiracy to influence a federal election. Stone did not have to chase the campaign; the campaign reached out to him launching that initiative after it became privately known by the campaign and publicly known that Russia was behind the hacked material that Wikileaks possessed and was preparing to release in increments. In fact, the campaign appears to have knocked on Stone’s door immediately after Wikileaks’ release of the first tranche of Democratic National Committee emails in July 2016. The indictment alleges that “After the July 22, 2016 release of stolen DNC emails by Organization 1, a senior campaign official was directed to contact STONE about any additional releases and what other damaging information organization number one had regarding the Clinton campaign.”
The campaign cannot credibly argue that it did not derive value from this association. The information that the campaign thirsted to acquire with Stone’s help was central to the design of its attack on Hillary Clinton. The new indictment shows that this was a priority in the higher echelons of the campaign: that someone “directed” a senior campaign official to urge Stone in the summer of 2016 to find out what he could about future WikiLeaks releases.
We can add to this active use of a direct, covert contact to the facts already unearthed about the Trump campaign’s solicitation and encouragement of the support from the Russian government, with WikiLeaks (also a foreign national) acting as a full partner in this political “mutual aid” pact. The federal campaign finance laws prohibit foreign nationals from influencing elections – – and Americans from substantially assisting them in that illegal endeavor. The American participation is also subject to prosecution as a conspiracy to defraud the United States, which was a statutory basis for the special counsel’s indictment of Russian parties. Under these laws, the Trump campaign is clearly exposed, as an entity, along with those of its personnel who directed these activities.
It is not irrelevant to the overall judgment of whether a legal violation occurred that the campaign sent other signals to the Russian government that it was in the market for this help. After a Russian agent, in April 2016, told Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos of “Moscow possessing ‘dirt’” on Hillary Clinton “in the form of ‘thousands of emails,’” the campaign green-lighted Papadopoulos’ setting up a back channel meeting between the campaign and Russian officials. At Trump Tower in June of 2016, the campaign’s senior management met with Kremlin emissaries. And in July 2016, the president publicly called on the Russians to locate missing emails within the very same week the campaign reached out to Stone. The president made that statement even as he was ostensibly reserving judgment on whether the Putin regime was responsible for the hacks. He also went out of his way to declare his “love” of Wikileaks.
The indictment contains allegations that the Trump campaign was not merely cheering on Wikileaks and the Russians. On at least one occasion, Stone allegedly asked for specific material on Clinton, with specific date ranges. Did someone on the campaign ask Stone to check for this information? Who would have thought to look for it? The indictment does not say. But we also know that Stone’s intermediary proposed, and the campaign adopted, a line of attack on Clinton’s health, based on information that they believed would be supported by emails that had not yet been released.
Now the campaign is preparing to argue that so long as the information had already been stolen, it was perfectly free to conduct a strategic communications with a foreign government and its agents to acquire information about the emails or to influence the timing of the release. The campaign lawyers will likely say that the material was nothing of “value” for campaign finance law purposes, and that in any event, the First Amendment protects its receipt and use of the information.
We face, in other words, the fairly exceptional development that a presidential campaign claims a constitutional right to encourage foreign nationals to traffic in stolen information for its political benefit. Without a doubt this is a case of first impression. At the same time, as the evidence continues to develop, Mr. Giuliani’s hope of escaping with a truly technical defense, buttressed by a sweeping constitutional claim, could still come to ruin.
Attention will soon turn to what the special counsel has learned about the Trump Tower meeting in June 2016. Then the campaign clearly communicated to Russia that it was looking for its help. The president’s son arranged a meeting, and his campaign chairman and senior campaign official Jared Kushner, attended it. The president said he knew nothing about it, and of course, his and his associates’ story about what transpired in the meeting has constantly changed.
But the more that details accumulate about the extent to which this campaign would march with Russia arm-in-arm to victory in the general election, the more uncertain are the prospects for Mr. Giuliani’s claim that even if there was collusion, there was no crime. Gone are the days where “no collusion” could be voiced. We are now down to the question of whether crimes were committed and will be charged..
Photo: Roger Stone exits the federal courthouse on January 25, 2019 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)


 Just Security
Deutsche Bank's CEO vows to bring 'pride back,' finds support among Davos leaders - CNBC

Deutsche Bank's CEO vows to bring 'pride back,' finds support among Davos leaders  CNBC
Deutsche Bank, the embattled German lender, has found some support among leaders gathered at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.
Donald Trump: Trump Wanted His Disney Animatronic To Brag About His Skyscrapers, New Book Says

Trump tried to add a line to the script of the Hall of Presidents attraction at Walt Disney World, a former aide claims.



 Donald Trump
Euro zone banks shed 30 billion euros of bad debt in Third quarter - Yahoo Finance

Euro zone banks shed 30 billion euros of bad debt in Third quarter  Yahoo Finance
The euro zone's top banks shed some 30 billion euros (26 billion pounds) worth of unpaid loans in the three months to September, in a new sign that European ...
"Anthony Weiner" - Google News: Just Trust Us - Slate

Just Trust Us  Slate
NewsGuard and other initiatives could reverse the bad incentives of the Facebook era by rating media credibility. Sounds good—if you trust their rankings.


 "Anthony Weiner" - Google News
"cambridge analytica" - Google News: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg goes on the defensive: 'We don't sell people's data' - CNBC

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg goes on the defensive: 'We don't sell people's data'  CNBC
Zuckerberg said Facebook selling user information on to advertisers would be "counter to our business interests."


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One Man's Obsessive Fight to Reclaim His Cambridge Analytica Data - WIRED

One Man's Obsessive Fight to Reclaim His Cambridge Analytica Data  WIRED
David Carroll has been locked in a legal war to force the infamous company to turn over its files on him. He's won a battle, but the struggle continues.


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"social media in trump campaign" - Google News: Roger Stone, Adviser to Trump, Is Indicted in Mueller Investigation - New York Times

  1. Roger Stone, Adviser to Trump, Is Indicted in Mueller Investigation  New York Times
  2. Roger Stone arrested following Mueller indictment  POLITICO
  3. Roger Stone: Trump ally arrested on seven Mueller probe charges  The Star, Kenya
  4. Mueller Has Indicted Former Trump Adviser Roger Stone  BuzzFeed News
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FBI Arrests Roger Stone

The FBI has arrested Roger Stone, the longtime adviser to President Donald Trump, as a part of special counsel Rober Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. He was charged with seven counts that include witness tampering, false statements, and obstruction of an official proceeding.
Stone is expected to make an appearance in federal court later on Friday.
You can read the indictment below:
This is a breaking news post. We will update as more information becomes available.
Paul Manafort due in court to face Mueller probe allegations he lied after pleading guilty - Washington Post

  1. Paul Manafort due in court to face Mueller probe allegations he lied after pleading guilty  Washington Post
  2. Manafort Due in Court Over Allegations He Lied  TIME
  3. Paul Manafort due in court to face allegations of lying to prosecutors  Los Angeles Times
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Inside the Mueller probe – Power Line

Inside the Mueller probe  Power Line
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