"America will never be the same":The "Cabal Of Right-Wing FBI Agents" And The Trump's FBI Files: Open, declassify, and publish all FBI files, and all the relevant information on Donald Trump! The public has the right to know, and in these circumstances this right becomes imperative.

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The "Cabal Of Right-Wing FBI Agents" And The Trump's FBI Files

FBI: open, declassify, and publish all your files, and all the relevant information on Donald Trump!


FBI: open, declassify, and publish all your files, and all the relevant information on Donald Trump, his family, and all their political and other connections. This should shed some light on these issues. The public has the right to know, and in these circumstances this right becomes imperative. | Trump actively hid info on meetings with Putin from top officials - report

The real story is the real collusion between some, unidentified yet "rogue agents of the FBI New York Branch" with Russia, explicit or implicit; hypothetically designed and managed by New Abwehr The Demiurge through its witting and unwitting agents, assets, robots, and tools worldwide, primarily in the US, Russia, Europe, and Israel. 
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“There is no reason to doubt the seriousness or professionalism of the FBI,” Nadler said in a statement that added that his committee “will take steps to better understand both the president’s actions and the FBI’s response to that behavior, and to make certain that these career investigators are protected from President Trump’s increasingly unhinged attacks.” 

Me thinks humbly, that in this unprecedented situation there should be a reason to take everything with a grain of salt, and to doubt everything and everyone, within the reasonable limits. The complexities and the complex relationships (like those between Mr. Trump and the FBI) have to be approached gingerly and carefully. The truth here is not one-dimensional

I also think that Trump's family was under the watchful eyes of the various special services for a long time, from the times of his paternal grandfather's emigration from Germany. Most likely, he was the Abwehr's agent, and his occupation, running a whorehouse, only confirms that, since those establishments were used for the military purposes, and were considered a part of the recreational and health-fitness aspects of the military personnel. 

Trump's father Fred made his money building the housing projects for the Jewish German refugees after WW2, and the role of the Abwehr's financing (as a sort of reparation) in these projects should be elucidated. 

Most likely, Trump's family had the long and "productive" relations with the FBI, and probably served as the FBI informants. 

Donald Trump's relationships with Roy Cohn and the various Mob figures, as well as with the "high FBI officials (e.g. Kallstrom)" only confirm these complicated connections, which have to be revealed and understood in their entirety. 

FBI: open, declassify, and publish all your files, and all the relevant information on Donald Trump, his family, and all their political and other connections. This should shed some light on these issues. The public has the right to know, and in these circumstances this right becomes imperative. 

Mr. Nadler, do not paint the FBI as angels, they are not. Get all the complex truth out. 

The suspected complicity of the New York City Branch of the FBI (as probably their, the FBI's, most pro-Trump faction) in what was described as "coup d'etat", is the broadly shared, and most likely, the justified concern, in the light of their traditional historical connections with the "Giuliani - Kallsrom cabal". 

Investigate the New York branch of the FBI, for their pre-election, pro-Trump shenanigans in particular (of which the Anthony Weiner's sexting and emails affair, and the October 28 Letter might be the parts, amplified by the Russian-German, GRU-Abwehr-New Abwehr Social Media bots and propaganda; I believe), as the part of the general inquiry into the FBI, which is urgently needed; into its origins, history, and its postulated and reported, and very logical to presume, infiltration and penetration by the Abwehr, and by the New Abwehr

Sidney Blumenthal: "Cabal Of Right-Wing FBI Agents" Took Down Hillary In A "Coup D'Etat"
"After weeks/months of the Hillary campaign bashing Trump for "irresponsibly" questioning the legitimacy of the election process, Clinton-insider, Sid Blumenthal, is apparently making the media rounds in Europe attributing her loss to a "coup d'etat" organized by "a cabal of right-wing agents of the FBI in the New York office attached to Rudy Giuliani."   

“It was the result of a cabal of right-wing agents of the FBI in the New York office attached to Rudy Giuliani, who was a member of Trump’s campaign.”
Investigate the investigators! Save America! Reform the FBI now! 

"The Conspiracy Theory About the FBI Putsch Against Clinton and Democracy"
"According to a spate of new reports on Reuters, Daily Beast, Esquire, the Guardian and MSNBC, 
the real story 
behind the Fox News story, as well as the Comey letter, is a group of rogue FBI agents, mainly in the New York branch, who view Clinton as “the antichrist”, according to the Guardian, and who are hell-bent on making sure she doesn’t become President. The FBI, one agent told the Guardian, is “Trumpland.”

This alleged renegade group of agents includes those who were charged with investigating the new charges against Weiner, 

the now-estranged husband of Clinton adviser Huma Abedin, who is suspected of sexting a 15-year-old girl. According to these reports, it was these agents who pressured Comey to investigate whether the emails on Weiner’s computer were possibly linked to the investigation of the emails that had been stored on Clinton’s unauthorized private server. The timing of Comey’s letter, according to this theory, wasn’t linked to any wish of his to influence the elections but stemmed from fear that the rogue agents would leak the story of Weiner’s computer to the press anyway. Democrats believe that Comey’s letter is at least part of the reason for Clinton’s fall in the polls over the past week.
The rogue agents on active duty in New York are supposedly in contact with the former head of the FBI’s New York Office, Jim Kallstrom, who once described the Clintons as a “crime family,”’ as in the Mafia. Kallstrom and many other former and current FBI agents are in touch with former New York Mayor and prosecutor Giuliani, one of Trump’s main supporters and the man who presided over the loudest “Lock Her Up” chorus at the GOP Convention this summer. Last Wednesday, in an interview with Fox News, Giuliani promised “big surprises that will change the race” and presto, two days later, Comey sent his letter. Giuliani promised, and Giuliani delivered... 
If the conspiracy theory is even partially true, it’s nothing less than a sinister effort by rogue agents to undermine the elections process. Comey, in this scenario, isn’t out to sway the elections but is trying to maneuver between the politics outside the Bureau and the rebellious agents inside. If it’s even partially true, it is an unprecedented assault by an actual law enforcement agency against American democracy, which immediately brings to mind the dirty tricks and manipulations conducted against political enemies by the late FBI Director J Edgar Hoover. But even Hoover will seem like small fry if the plot succeeds, and Trump is elected. 

America, in that case, will never be the same."



Michael Novakhov

6:20 AM 1/13/2019

Trump actively hid info on meetings with Putin from top officials - report

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US President Donald Trump has taken great pains to hide the details of his private conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin from top members of his own administration, the Washington Post reported Saturday night.
According to the report, in a break from standard policy and the practices of former presidents, Trump has denied top advisers detailed information of several meetings with the Russian leader, whom US agencies have accused of seeking to undermine American democracy.
It said top officials in the State Department and National Security Council have been unable to learn the particulars of at least two meetings — one in Hamburg in July 2017 and the other in Helsinki in July 2018.
Following the Hamburg meeting, the US leader took away the notes of his interpreter and instructed the person to keep quiet on what was said, the paper reported. Then-secretary of state Rex Tillerson sat in on that meeting, but also failed to provide top officials with any details on its contents beyond an official readout issued after the sit-down.
At the Helsinki summit Putin and Trump were joined only by their interpreters and, as in Hamburg, aides and top advisers were unable to receive a detailed account of what was said.
Trump faced widespread criticism following the Helsinki summit from both Democrats and Republicans, with his performance at a press conference alongside Putin — in which he sided with Moscow over his own government’s assertion that the Kremlin meddled in the 2016 US election, and heaped praise on the Russia strongman — roundly condemned by allies and critics alike.
Administration officials have been unable to glean details of at least three other public interactions between the leaders over the past two years.
In the past US presidents have made great effort to have their meetings with Russian leaders well documented, to allow top diplomats and security officials to study what was said and possible implications.
The president’s secrecy “is not only unusual by historical standards, it is outrageous,” Strobe Talbott, former deputy secretary of state under Bill Clinton.
“It handicaps the US government — the experts and advisers and Cabinet officers who are there to serve — and it certainly gives Putin much more scope to manipulate Trump.”
Speaking to Fox News after the Washington Post story was published, Trump dismissed the notion that he had taken steps to stifle the meetings’ contents.

US President Donald Trump (right) meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 Summit in Hamburg, July 7, 2017. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)
Trump also raged on Saturday at a New York Times report according to which law enforcement officials became so alarmed by his 2017 dismissal of FBI director James Comey that they began probing whether he had been working for Russia against US interests.
Trump blasted the FBI on Twitter, insisting it acted “for no reason & with no proof” when it opened the investigation.
The New York Times reported that the FBI launched the previously undisclosed counterintelligence investigation to determine whether Trump posed a national security threat, at the same time that it opened a criminal probe into possible obstruction of justice by the president.
The investigation was subsequently folded into the broader probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election and possible collaboration by the Trump campaign.
No evidence has publicly emerged that Trump was secretly in contact with or took direction from Russian officials, the Times said.

US President Donald Trump, left, listens to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a press conference after their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland, on July 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
“Wow, just learned in the Failing New York Times that the corrupt former leaders of the FBI, almost all fired or forced to leave the agency for some very bad reasons, opened up an investigation on me, for no reason & with no proof, after I fired Lyin’ James Comey, a total sleaze!” Trump tweeted.
According to Trump, “the FBI was in complete turmoil… because of Comey’s poor leadership” and the way he handled the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server to send some government emails.
“My firing of James Comey was a great day for America,” Trump said, describing the former FBI director as “a Crooked Cop who is being totally protected by his best friend, Bob Mueller.”
Asked in a late Saturday interview with Fox News whether he had ever worked for Russia, Trump replied: “I think it’s the most insulting thing I’ve ever been asked… I think it the most insulting article I’ve ever had written and if you read the article, you’d see that they found absolutely nothing.”
Such standard reactions from Trump “do nothing to address the incredibly serious nature of these allegations,” said Democratic Congressman Jerrold Nadler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.
“There is no reason to doubt the seriousness or professionalism of the FBI,” Nadler said in a statement that added that his committee “will take steps to better understand both the president’s actions and the FBI’s response to that behavior, and to make certain that these career investigators are protected from President Trump’s increasingly unhinged attacks.”
The Times said that the FBI had been suspicious of Trump’s ties to Russia during the 2016 campaign. But it held off on opening an investigation until the president sacked Comey, who refused to pledge allegiance to Trump and roll back the nascent Russia investigation.
The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, called the Times report “absurd” and said Comey was fired for being “a disgraced partisan hack.” She also disputed that Trump had ever been soft on Russia.

Former FBI director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on June 8, 2017. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images via JTA)
“Unlike president Obama, who let Russia and other foreign adversaries push America around, President Trump has actually been tough on Russia,” Sanders said.
Trump has repeatedly criticized the Mueller probe as a “witch hunt” and views it as an attempt to besmirch the legitimacy of his presidency.
Mueller has indicted 33 people, including members of Russia’s GRU military intelligence, and chalked up convictions against some of the president’s close associates.
Trump’s ex-national security adviser, Michael Flynn, pleaded guilty to lying to investigators about his Moscow ties.
His former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has been sentenced to three years in prison for multiple crimes, including felony violations of campaign finance laws that prosecutors allege were carried out under Trump’s direction.
Trump’s former presidential campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has been convicted in one case brought by Mueller and pleaded guilty in another, over financial crimes related to his work in Ukraine before the 2016 campaign, and for witness tampering.
Cellphone records show that Cohen was near Prague during the summer of 2016, supporting claims that he met there with Russian officials during the presidential election campaign, McClatchy news service has reported.
Cohen, who will testify in Congress on February 7, insists that he has never been to Prague, but added in a tweet: “#Mueller knows everything!”
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Mueller is Investigating Trump as a Russian Asset

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On Friday night, the New York Times published a bombshell report that the FBI has been investigating whether President Trump “had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests.” The story reframes the focus and purpose of the investigation now headed by Robert Mueller. The probe is not just about Russian election interference, or about Trump’s obstruction of the probe — it is about the secret relationship between Trump and Russia that appears to be causing both these things to happen.
The first question to ask yourself when absorbing this story is, what does it mean for a president to be working for Russia, and against the United States? Trump frequently says the United States would be better off if it got along better with Russia — and that position, right or wrong, is certainly not criminally suspect. Presidents obviously have the right to change American foreign policy, and to forge friendships with countries that had been previously hostile. Nixon’s overtures to China, or Obama’s opening of relations with Cuba, did not set off criminal investigations. The FBI would not investigate a president simply for harboring friendly views of a rival state.
The potential that Trump is working on behalf of Russia, therefore, by definition posits some kind of corrupt secret relationship. That is to say, it’s an investigation into whether Trump is a Russian asset.
When I wrote about this last summer, much of the pushback centered on the imagined accusation that Trump is a Russian “agent.” He is obviously not. An agent is not the same thing as an asset. An asset can describe a wide range of relationships, but in Trump’s case, it would mean that he is subject to sexual or financial blackmail, along with possibly some form of back-channel propaganda. We know for a fact that Trump is vulnerable to sexual blackmail, but that kind of leverage, if it exists, would be difficult for Mueller to obtain. (Sexual blackmail is only useful if you keep it locked up tightly.) It’s far more likely that Trump’s financial vulnerability opened him up to Russian leverage. And that is the kind of information American investigators can access.
A somewhat related issue is the question of whether Russia has some kind of backchannel to shape Trump’s thinking. Trump has met with Russian officials since 1987. It was after his first trip to Moscow that he first contemplated running for president. It is well within the realm of possibility that Russians used blackmail, bribes, or perhaps just simple flattery to help shape his thinking on world affairs.
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It is hard to understand how else some of the idiosyncratic and bizarrely Russpohillic ideas he routinely spouts have found their way into Trump’s brain. His warning that tiny Montenegro is a threat to attack Russia, or his claim that the Soviet Union was right to invade Afghanistan in 1979, are not notions Trump would pick up from his normal routine of binge-watching Fox News.
Much of the public focus on the Mueller investigation has centered on campaign collusion. Russia worked to help elect Trump, and Trump and his campaign at minimum welcomed its help, and at maximum, actively participated. (Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort gave polling data to a Russian oligarch, the most likely use for which would have been guiding Russian social media efforts.) But campaign collusion is a relationship with a fixed endpoint: November 8, 2016. After Trump won presidency, any secretive or suspicious mutual interest between him and Vladimir Putin would conclude. Having succeeded in helping to elect the friendly Trump (and block the unfriendly Clinton), Putin could now operate with his chosen candidate on a normal president-to-president basis.
The Times report tells us that collusion is only part of the story. The relationship between Trump and Putin did not merely rest on their mutual interest in the Trump campaign defeating Clinton, but indicates some deeper connection. From the very beginning of this story, pundits have underestimated the full extent of Trump’s ties to Russia and how much deeper the story might yet go. Now we already know Mueller is not merely looking into crimes, but trying to ascertain the foundational loyalties of the President of the United States.

Mueller is Investigating Trump as a Russian Asset

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Presidents Putin and Trump Photo: Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images
On Friday night, the New York Times published a bombshell report that the FBI has been investigating whether President Trump “had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests.” The story reframes the focus and purpose of the investigation now headed by Robert Mueller. The probe is not just about Russian election interference, or about Trump’s obstruction of the probe — it is about the secret relationship between Trump and Russia that appears to be causing both these things to happen.
The first question to ask yourself when absorbing this story is, what does it mean for a president to be working for Russia, and against the United States? Trump frequently says the United States would be better off if it got along better with Russia — and that position, right or wrong, is certainly not criminally suspect. Presidents obviously have the right to change American foreign policy, and to forge friendships with countries that had been previously hostile. Nixon’s overtures to China, or Obama’s opening of relations with Cuba, did not set off criminal investigations. The FBI would not investigate a president simply for harboring friendly views of a rival state.
The potential that Trump is working on behalf of Russia, therefore, by definition posits some kind of corrupt secret relationship. That is to say, it’s an investigation into whether Trump is a Russian asset.
When I wrote about this last summer, much of the pushback centered on the imagined accusation that Trump is a Russian “agent.” He is obviously not. An agent is not the same thing as an asset. An asset can describe a wide range of relationships, but in Trump’s case, it would mean that he is subject to sexual or financial blackmail, along with possibly some form of back-channel propaganda. We know for a fact that Trump is vulnerable to sexual blackmail, but that kind of leverage, if it exists, would be difficult for Mueller to obtain. (Sexual blackmail is only useful if you keep it locked up tightly.) It’s far more likely that Trump’s financial vulnerability opened him up to Russian leverage. And that is the kind of information American investigators can access.
A somewhat related issue is the question of whether Russia has some kind of backchannel to shape Trump’s thinking. Trump has met with Russian officials since 1987. It was after his first trip to Moscow that he first contemplated running for president. It is well within the realm of possibility that Russians used blackmail, bribes, or perhaps just simple flattery to help shape his thinking on world affairs.
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It is hard to understand how else some of the idiosyncratic and bizarrely Russpohillic ideas he routinely spouts have found their way into Trump’s brain. His warning that tiny Montenegro is a threat to attack Russia, or his claim that the Soviet Union was right to invade Afghanistan in 1979, are not notions Trump would pick up from his normal routine of binge-watching Fox News.
Much of the public focus on the Mueller investigation has centered on campaign collusion. Russia worked to help elect Trump, and Trump and his campaign at minimum welcomed its help, and at maximum, actively participated. (Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort gave polling data to a Russian oligarch, the most likely use for which would have been guiding Russian social media efforts.) But campaign collusion is a relationship with a fixed endpoint: November 8, 2016. After Trump won presidency, any secretive or suspicious mutual interest between him and Vladimir Putin would conclude. Having succeeded in helping to elect the friendly Trump (and block the unfriendly Clinton), Putin could now operate with his chosen candidate on a normal president-to-president basis.
The Times report tells us that collusion is only part of the story. The relationship between Trump and Putin did not merely rest on their mutual interest in the Trump campaign defeating Clinton, but indicates some deeper connection. From the very beginning of this story, pundits have underestimated the full extent of Trump’s ties to Russia and how much deeper the story might yet go. Now we already know Mueller is not merely looking into crimes, but trying to ascertain the foundational loyalties of the President of the United States.
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This is the week the game changed in the Russia investigation

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Over the last 96 hours, we’ve learned that not only was campaign chairman Paul Manafort sharing polling with a Russian official linked to the country’s intelligence service during the course of the 2016 campaign, but also that special counsel Robert Mueller’s office spoke with Trump pollster Tony Fabrizio.
“Mueller’s team met with pollster Tony Fabrizio in February 2018, an interview that has not been previously reported and takes on new significance after Manafort’s attorneys revealed Tuesday that Mueller’s team is still interested in how Manafort shared polling data with his Russian intelligence-linked colleague.
“CNN journalists observed Fabrizio leaving the special counsel’s office on the first of February last year and have since confirmed he was meeting with Mueller’s team. At the time, the special counsel had been digging into Manafort’s finances and political work ahead of his trial.”
Big, big deal.
But wait, you say, we already knew Mueller was looking into the 2016 campaign and possible ties between it and Russia! And he already had people like George Papadopoulos and Michael Flynnadmitting that they weren’t totally honest in their testimony about the nature and breadth of their interactions with Russians! And we already knew that Manafort — along with Donald Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner — met with Russians including Natalia Veselnitskaya at Trump Tower in June 2016, a meeting that had been set up under the auspices that the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton!
And I will say that you are absolutely right! We did already know all of that!
But here’s what President Donald Trump could say, roughly, before this week: There was never a whiff of collusion between the Russians and any serious person in my campaign. Most of these people who have pleaded guilty I have never heard of before. Manafort was the campaign chairman, yes, but everything he did wrong came long before he was affiliated with my campaign.
He just can’t say that anymore. Not only do we know that Mueller knows Manafort was talking with — and sharing polling data with — Konstantin Kilimnik — while he was the head of Trump’s campaign, we also now know that Mueller has talked to the pollster from whom Manafort may well have taken those numbers that he shared with Kilimnik. (A source familiar with the situation told CNN that Fabrizio was unaware of what Manafort did with any and all polling data.)
Now, Trump said Thursday before he left for Texas that he “didn’t know anything about” Manafort’s dealing with Kilimnik — or the fact that his campaign chairman shared polling data with the Russian. And there is no evidence yet public that Manafort ever told Trump that he was talking with Kilimnik, much less sharing poll numbers and discussing Ukraine and Russia.
And sharing poll numbers with a Russian isn’t direct collusion — although the timing of Manafort’s conversations, which came shortly before Russia hacked into the Democratic National Committee servers and extracted emails that were eventually posted on the WikiLeaks website, is suspicious, to say the least.
The broader point here is that the news earlier this week about Manafort’s conversations with Kilimnik changed the game. No longer is this about what Manafort did prior to ever even entering Trump’s orbit. Now the conversation is about what Manafort did WHILE he was serving as the top official of Trump’s campaign.
What the Fabrizio news does is make clear, again, a) how much more Mueller knows about all of this than we do, b) how long he has known (the special counsel team interviewed Fabrizio LAST February) and c) how deep and intertwined all of this is with Trump’s top staff and aides.
Trump can continue to say that the Mueller probe is a hoax and a witch hunt. But the more we find out about what Mueller knows — and has known — the less credible that taunt from the President seems.
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NYT: FBI Worried Donald Trump Was In Russian Employ After James Comey Firing | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC - YouTube

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FBI investigated how Trump's actions seemed to benefit Russia - CNN
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Trump Organization hires former White House ethics lawyer to handle Hill investigations - CNN
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There are at least 17 Trump investigations and they're 'bigger and broader' than most realize - PRI
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There are at least 17 Trump investigations and they're 'bigger and broader' than most realize  PRI
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House Democrats scooping up staff, lawyers to power Trump investigations - CNN
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Democrats are quietly preparing for what will likely be the largest congressional investigation of a sitting president in recent memory.
Mounting legal threats surround Trump as nearly every organization he has led is under investigation - The Washington Post
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Two years after Donald Trump won the presidency, nearly every organization he has led in the past decade is under investigation. Trump's private company is ...
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For WIRED, Garrett M. Graff compiled the full list of 17 known investigations targeting President Trump's world from various federal, state, and local prosecutors.
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There are criminal or civil investigations looking at more than a decade of Trump's life.
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At least six entities linked to President Donald Trump are the focus of investigations, with the possibility of others that have not been made public. CNN's Victor ...
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As Democrats officially take back control of the House when the new Congress is seated Thursday, newly empowered House Committee chairmen are ...
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Tue, 18 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Flynn sentencing marks keystone moment in Mueller investigation | TheHill  The Hill
Michael Flynn, President Trump's first national security adviser who began cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation about a year ago, will ...
Trump lashes out amid multiple investigations - CNN
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Trump lashes out amid multiple investigations  CNN
After weeks of court filings by special counsel Robert Mueller and other prosecutors, a new reality for President Trump sets in: every corner of Trump's public life ...
Democrats prepare to investigate Trump from every angle - The Washington Post
Fri, 21 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Democrats prepare to investigate Trump from every angle  The Washington Post
This is the third in a four-part series examining the dynamics of the new Congress. | Part one, Part two. The majority party in the House and the Senate enjoys a ...
This is the week the game changed in the Russia investigation - CNN
Thu, 10 Jan 2019 22:15:00 GMT
This is the week the game changed in the Russia investigation  CNN
Over the last 96 hours, we've learned that not only was campaign chairman Paul Manafort sharing polling with a Russian official linked to the country's ...
Here are all the ongoing investigations and lawsuits involving Trump and his businesses - Business Insider
Thu, 03 Jan 2019 18:01:00 GMT
Here are all the ongoing investigations and lawsuits involving Trump and his businesses  Business Insider
Nearly every corner of President Donald Trump's political, business, and charitable activities are the subject of some form of investigation as 2019 begins.
Comey's warning to Trump - CNN
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Comey's warning to Trump  CNN
He may be an imperfect messenger, but James Comey's warning is still chilling.
Donald Trump 'investigated by FBI' as possible RUSSIAN AGENT after James Comey's firing - Express.co.uk
Sat, 12 Jan 2019 03:38:00 GMT
Donald Trump 'investigated by FBI' as possible RUSSIAN AGENT after James Comey's firing  Express.co.uk
PRESIDENT Trump was investigated by US law enforcement as a potential Russian agent in May 2017, following his controversial decision to fire James Comey ...
Trump’s Crooked Foundation Dissolves, But Investigation Continues - New York Magazine
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Trump’s Crooked Foundation Dissolves, But Investigation Continues  New York Magazine
New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood is investigating the Trump Foundation, of the the more transparently illegal schemes by Donald Trump and his ...
Trump goes on offense against investigations after tough week | TheHill - The Hill
Sun, 16 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Trump goes on offense against investigations after tough week | TheHill  The Hill
President Trump on Sunday went on offense after a week that saw potential legal woes piling up against him.
Now We Know Trump Picked William Barr to Shut Down Mueller’s Investigation - New York Magazine
Thu, 20 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Now We Know Trump Picked William Barr to Shut Down Mueller’s Investigation  New York Magazine
Attorney general nominee William Barr wrote a 20 page memo attacking Robert Mueller's obstruction of justice investigation earlier this year. The Trump ...
Trump inaugural committee under criminal investigation, sources say - CNN
Sat, 15 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Trump inaugural committee under criminal investigation, sources say  CNN
President Donald Trump's 2017 inaugural committee is currently being investigated by federal prosecutors in New York for possible financial abuses related to ...
TRUMP INVESTIGATIONS - Hanford Sentinel
Mon, 07 Jan 2019 15:30:00 GMT
TRUMP INVESTIGATIONS  Hanford Sentinel
TRUMP: "Many people currently a part of my opposition, including President Obama & the Dems, have had campaign violations, in some cases for very large ...
Trump-Russia investigation: 5 biggest 2019 storylines - Vox
Wed, 02 Jan 2019 08:00:00 GMT
Trump-Russia investigation: 5 biggest 2019 storylines  Vox
2019 could be the year we learn about collusion, Donald Trump Jr., Mueller, and Kushner's fates, and more.
Michael Cohen, Trump’s Former Lawyer, Agrees to Testify to Congress - The New York Times
Fri, 11 Jan 2019 01:41:15 GMT
Michael Cohen, Trump’s Former Lawyer, Agrees to Testify to Congress  The New York Times
In a decision that could further damage President Trump's image, Mr. Cohen will give “a full and credible account” of his work for Mr. Trump next month before ...
Where do the investigations related to Trump stand? - Washington Post
Thu, 20 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Where do the investigations related to Trump stand?  Washington Post
A look at where the investigations related to Trump stand.
Nearly every organization Trump has led in the past decade under investigation - MSNBC
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Nearly every organization Trump has led in the past decade under investigation  MSNBC
President Trump is facing legal challenges on more fronts than ever before. As he prepares to enter his third year in office, the president's campaign, transition ...
Recusal redux: Attorney general nominee might have to cede oversight of Mueller investigation if confirmed - Washington Examiner
Fri, 11 Jan 2019 20:09:00 GMT
Recusal redux: Attorney general nominee might have to cede oversight of Mueller investigation if confirmed  Washington Examiner
Attorney general nominee William Barr may have to recuse himself from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, activists and attorneys say, ...
Dems poised to investigate Trump organization - CNN
Thu, 27 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Dems poised to investigate Trump organization  CNN
Subpoenas have been served on the Trump Organization and a dozen linked entities in a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's ongoing business ties ...
Analysis | Power Up: For Trump, mounting legal investigations may pose direct problem - The Washington Post
Fri, 14 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Analysis | Power Up: For Trump, mounting legal investigations may pose direct problem  The Washington Post
Issa Friday. We made it. Again. Outside of our usual request for tips, recipes, and comments, we have another ask of you: as we approach the year's end, we ...
Here's What Robert Mueller Has Uncovered So Far, in His Own Words - TIME
Fri, 14 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Here's What Robert Mueller Has Uncovered So Far, in His Own Words  TIME
When Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel in 2017, he was given several subjects to investigate: Russian meddling in the election, any coordination ...
Five things to know about the Trump inauguration investigation | TheHill - The Hill
Sun, 16 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Five things to know about the Trump inauguration investigation | TheHill  The Hill
Federal prosecutors in New York are reportedly probing whether President Trump's inaugural committee misspent donated funds from the record $107 million it ...
Mueller investigation news: Paul Manafort advised White House on how to attack investigation of Trump and Rus… - Vox.com
Fri, 14 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Mueller investigation news: Paul Manafort advised White House on how to attack investigation of Trump and Rus…  Vox.com
We now have details on how Manafort worked with Trump to attack and discredit the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Cuomo hits back at Trump over New York investigations, border security - POLITICO
Thu, 20 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Cuomo hits back at Trump over New York investigations, border security  POLITICO
ALBANY — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blasted fellow New Yorker President Donald Trump over his comments attacking the governor and the state's ...
With Examination Of Trump Administration Inauguration Spending, List of Investigations Grows - NPR
Fri, 14 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
With Examination Of Trump Administration Inauguration Spending, List of Investigations Grows  NPR
The potential legal and political peril facing President Trump has grown bigger than just the Russia investigation. Investigators in New York are also looking into ...
Cummings puts Trump on notice for wave of investigations - POLITICO
Wed, 19 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Cummings puts Trump on notice for wave of investigations  POLITICO
The incoming Oversight Committee chairman sent more than 50 letters to the Trump administration.
Reporter details the investigations into Trump - CNN
Tue, 18 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Reporter details the investigations into Trump  CNN
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Adam Schiff’s Plans to Obliterate Trump’s Red Line - The New Yorker
Mon, 24 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Adam Schiff’s Plans to Obliterate Trump’s Red Line  The New Yorker
President Trump said some time ago that he believes his personal finances should be off limits to investigators. In an interview with the Times in July, 2017, he ...
Trump’s Big, Beautiful List of Scandals - The New York Times
Wed, 26 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Trump’s Big, Beautiful List of Scandals  The New York Times
They rank #4 on the newsletter's countdown of the year's most significant stories.
Alarming CNN Graphic Shows Just How Many Ongoing Investigations Relate To Trump - HuffPost
Sat, 15 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Alarming CNN Graphic Shows Just How Many Ongoing Investigations Relate To Trump  HuffPost
Most people know President Donald Trump is linked in one way or another to various investigations, whether it's the special counsel's Russia probe or the ...
N.Y. Today: Investigating Trump’s New York Dealings - The New York Times
Thu, 27 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
N.Y. Today: Investigating Trump’s New York Dealings  The New York Times
Five stories to help you understand President Trump and the city he came from. Also: a brotherly bird-watching contest.
Trump's campaign, business, administration, inaugural committee, family under investigation - MSNBC
Sun, 16 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Trump's campaign, business, administration, inaugural committee, family under investigation  MSNBC
Due to Michael Cohen and court filings over the last few weeks Donald Trump has been linked to numerous investigations, the latest of which involves possibly ...
Democrats renew push to investigate Trump's Hurricane Maria response in Puerto Rico - NBCNews.com
Mon, 07 Jan 2019 21:34:00 GMT
Democrats renew push to investigate Trump's Hurricane Maria response in Puerto Rico  NBCNews.com
Democrats in Congress are picking up some unresolved business: reintroducing a bill to investigate the Trump administration's response to Hurricanes Irma and ...
These Democrats Will Soon Have the Power to Investigate the White House. How Far Will They Go? - The New York Times
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
These Democrats Will Soon Have the Power to Investigate the White House. How Far Will They Go?  The New York Times
In two weeks, congressional Democrats will return to Washington with the authority to investigate a White House that is suspected of foreign collusion, conflicts of ...
Democrats jostle over investigations into Trump's finances, Russia ties - Reuters
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Democrats jostle over investigations into Trump's finances, Russia ties  Reuters
With less than three weeks to go before they take control of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrats are jockeying to lead overlapping investigations into ...
Senate intel committee grilling ex-Trump campaign members in Russia probe - NBC News
Fri, 11 Jan 2019 23:18:00 GMT
Senate intel committee grilling ex-Trump campaign members in Russia probe  NBC News
The Senate intelligence committee interviewed Sam Nunberg Friday, asking questions about Trump's business dealings and how he formulated his Russia ...
Interior Secretary Zinke resigns amid investigations - Houston Chronicle
Sat, 15 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Interior Secretary Zinke resigns amid investigations  Houston Chronicle
Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke submitted his resignation to the White House on Saturday, facing intense pressure to step down because of multiple ...
Departing House Republicans Try to Keep Investigation Into F.B.I. Alive - The New York Times
Fri, 28 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Departing House Republicans Try to Keep Investigation Into F.B.I. Alive  The New York Times
The chairmen of the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees urged Senate Republicans to pick up their inquiry into the F.B.I.'s investigations of the Trump ...
Calling anyone in the Trump investigation a rat is unfair to rodents | TheHill - The Hill
Wed, 19 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Calling anyone in the Trump investigation a rat is unfair to rodents | TheHill  The Hill
If there is a 'rat' in the middle of all this, it may well rest with the simultaneous commercial and campaign activities of senior advisers.
Week In Politics: The Many Investigations Into The Trump Administration - NPR
Fri, 14 Dec 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Week In Politics: The Many Investigations Into The Trump Administration  NPR
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with political commentators León Krauze of Univision and John Phillips of the Orange County Register about the different ...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “Russian Intelligence services and international organized crime” – Google News: Trump blasts FBI counterintel probe into whether he worked for Russia – Japan Today
13/01/19 03:03 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Trump blasts FBI counterintel probe into whether he worked for Russia    Japan Today U.S. President Donald Trump blasted the FBI Saturday, insisting it acted “for no reason & with no proof” when it opened an investigatio...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Donald Trump: NYT’s Maureen Dowd Sees Big Similarities Between Trump And Pelosi, Except For This
13/01/19 03:03 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Two children of immigrants have vastly different points of view. Donald Trump 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites) Trump Investigations Report
» Trump Investigations Report: FBI News Review: “Christopher Wray” – Google News: Buhler High School First Semester Honor Rolls – The Hutchinson News
13/01/19 02:55 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Buhler High School First Semester Honor Rolls    The Hutchinson News Buhler High School placed the following students on honor rolls for the first semester of the 2018-2019 school year.High Honors: 12th grade: Noah Thomas … “Christopher ...
» Trump Investigations Report: FBI News Review: “fbi criticism” – Google News: Trump actively hid info on meetings with Putin from top officials – report – The Times of Israel
13/01/19 02:50 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Trump actively hid info on meetings with Putin from top officials – report    The Times of Israel US president took unprecedented steps to conceal details from sit-downs, confiscating notes and swearing interpreters to secrecy, Washingto...
» Trump Investigations Report: “bank of Cyprus” – Google News: U.S. House Democrats eye reported FBI probe of Trump – Yahoo News
13/01/19 01:51 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
U.S. House Democrats eye reported FBI probe of Trump    Yahoo News A U.S. House of Representatives committee will look into a newspaper report that the FBI investigated whether President Donald Trump has been working on … “ba...
» Trump Investigations Report: FBI News Review: “gregg jarrett” – Google News: Madison area prep results from Friday, January 11, 2019 | High School Sports – Madison.com
13/01/19 01:45 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Madison area prep results from Friday, January 11, 2019 | High School Sports    Madison.com WISCONSIN DELLS 69, WAUTOMA 49. Wautoma 21 28 — 49. Partner: WisconsinPrepZone.com. Follow Wisconsin high school sports action live · Find the … ...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Donald Trump: No, Twitter Is Not Reassured That Trump Is Alone In The White House
13/01/19 01:42 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
“Do we think he is wandering the hall, talking to the portrait of Nixon?” asks one tweet. Donald Trump 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites) Trump Investigations Report
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Donald Trump: Mike Pompeo Rips As ‘Absolutely Ludicrous’ NYT Story On Alleged FBI Inquiry Into Trump
13/01/19 01:10 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
In a “Face the Nation” interview, Pompeo refused to engage in discussion on the story, calling it “silly” and unworthy of a response. Donald Trump 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites) Trump Investigations Re...
» Trump Investigations Report: Trump-Russia investigation | The Guardian: Trump’s attorney general pick raises fears of a president above the law
13/01/19 01:00 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Senate hearings set for William Barr, author of controversial memo some say suggests he will undermine Robert Mueller Two months after Donald Trump fired his original attorney general, the Senate will on Tuesday cross-examine his propose...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “putin and trump” – Google News: Trump on Putin: I’m not keeping anything under wraps – CNN
13/01/19 00:57 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Trump on Putin: I’m not keeping anything under wraps    CNN … © 2019 Cable News Network. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. All Rights Reserved. CNN Sans & © 2016 Cable News Network. Terms of *service* | Privacy … &#...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “trump russian ties” – Google News: Trump calls question on whether he ever worked for Russia ‘insulting’ – WFMZ Allentown
13/01/19 00:28 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Trump calls question on whether he ever worked for Russia ‘insulting’    WFMZ Allentown President Donald Trump on Saturday said the idea that he ever worked for Russia was “insulting,” and he slammed a New York Ti...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Politics: Americans blame Trump and GOP much more than Democrats for shutdown, Post-ABC poll finds
13/01/19 00:01 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Support for building a wall on the border has increased over the past year, although 54 percent of Americans still oppose the idea. Politics 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites) Trump Investigations Report
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “Trump liar” – Google News: COMMENTARY: Donald Trump a liar? – Las Vegas Review-Journal
13/01/19 00:00 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
COMMENTARY: Donald Trump a liar?    Las Vegas Review-Journal Donald Trump just may be our most honest president since Abraham Lincoln. Sure, The Washington Post’s valiant if pedantic fact-checkers claim that in “710 … “...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Palmer Report: Donald Trump opens his mouth and makes it all even worse for him
12/01/19 23:50 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
There’s something called the “Streisand effect.” The theory is that if you try too hard to suppress a negative story about you, your actions will end up creating even more interest in the story. There’s popular debate as to just how perv...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Donald Trump: Trump Blasts Times’ FBI Investigation Article As ‘Most Insulting Ever’
12/01/19 23:45 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
President also insisted on Fox News that he’s “not keeping anything under wraps” concerning his private meetings with Vladimir Putin. Donald Trump 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites) Trump Investigations Report
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “organized crime and Russian intelligence” – Google News: Indonesia wants illegal fishing listed as organized crime – Asia Times
12/01/19 23:26 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Indonesia wants illegal fishing listed as organized crime    Asia Times When Indonesian authorities seized a notorious fishing boat last April carrying 30 kilometers (18 miles) of illegal gillnets,they found they had essentially caught a...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Palmer Report: Welcome to the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primary race. I’m your host, Bill Palmer.
12/01/19 23:00 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Julian Castro announced today that he’s entering the 2020 race for President. I’m supporting him, of course. I’m also supporting Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Beto O’Rourke, Amy Klobuchar, and some other Democrats I’m proba...
» Trump Investigations Report: “Manafort” – Google News: Schumer to force vote on U.S. decision to lift sanctions on Russia firms – Reuters
12/01/19 22:52 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Schumer to force vote on U.S. decision to lift sanctions on Russia firms    Reuters U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said on Saturday he will force a vote soon on a resolution to disapprove the Trump administration’s dec...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “Trump FBI file” – Google News: Trump has concealed details of his face-to-face encounters with Putin from senior officials in administration – Salt Lake Tribune
12/01/19 22:50 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Trump has concealed details of his face-to-face encounters with Putin from senior officials in administration    Salt Lake Tribune President Donald Trump has gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russ...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “trump and russia” – Google News: Washington Post: Trump concealed details from meetings with Putin – CNN
12/01/19 22:28 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
Washington Post: Trump concealed details from meetings with Putin    CNN There are no detailed records of five personal meetings President Donald Trump has had with Russian President Vladimir Putin, The Washington Post reported … &...
» Trump Investigations Report: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Donald Trump: Trump Concealed Details Of Putin Meetings From Administration Officials: Report
12/01/19 21:49 from Trump Investigations Report - Posts Review from Michael_Novakhov (1 sites)
The Washington Post reports the president instructed his interpreter not to disclose any details of what transpired during the meeting to administration officials. Donald Trump 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites) Trump Investigati...
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