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Senators target Russia with massive bipartisan bill

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A bipartisan group of senators, frustrated by what they see as the Trump administration's failure to adequately punish Russia for its broad spectrum of bad behavior -- are taking matters into their own hands.
They've proposed a massive bill that aims to, among other things, force the administration to assess whether Russia is a state sponsor of terror.
It would also require a two-thirds Senate vote if Trump decides to leave NATO, a report on Russian President Vladimir Putin's net worth and assets, and title insurance companies in the US to report information on who owns entities that buy high-priced homes here -- as well as would hammer Russia with a host of additional sanctions and new ways of cracking down on Russian disinformation and cyber-crimes.
Sen. Bob Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat who's one of the bill's cosponsors, said the legislation is a response to President Donald Trump's "willful paralysis in the face of Kremlin aggression" and seeks to ramp up pressure on Russia through a wide range of punitive measures.
"Putin's actions cannot be tolerated, and the consequences of inaction are quickly compounding," Menendez said in a statement.
"That is why we are introducing a proposal to actually address the realities of the Kremlin threat in a holistic way, all while sending a crystal clear message to our adversaries that the US Congress will protect our institutions, allies and values even if the President chooses not to do so," he added.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina did not mention the President or the administration's policies on Russia in his own statement Wednesday but highlighted the ways the proposed legislation serves as a meaningful rebuke toward Moscow.
"Our goal is to change the status quo and impose meaningful sanctions and measures against Putin's Russia. He should cease and desist meddling in the US electoral process, halt cyberattacks on American infrastructure, remove Russia from Ukraine, and stop efforts to create chaos in Syria," Graham said.
"The sanctions and other measures contained in this bill are the most hard-hitting ever imposed -- and a direct result of Putin's continued desire to undermine American democracy. The sanctions and measures we propose are designed to respond in the strongest possible fashion," he added.
Trump has often claimed that he has been "tougher on Russia" than any of his predecessors and has called the investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Moscow "a whole big fat hoax."
But the President has been criticized for his open admiration of Putin and for consistently doubting whether Moscow interfered in the 2016 US presidential election despite the assessments from his own intelligence community.
In November 2018 lawmakers made their frustrations clear after the administration failed to announce a tranche of sanctions on Moscow over the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in the United Kingdom earlier last year.
Wednesday's legislative announcement comes a year after the US released a sweeping list of prominent Russian business and political figures, implementing a congressional law designed to punish Russia for election interference.
The US Treasury report, published shortly before a midnight deadline, listed every senior member of the political administration at the Kremlin, and every Russian oligarch with a net worth of $1 billion or more.
Some of those named are already subject to US sanctions. But the administration stopped short of imposing new punishments, saying the legislation was already doing its job. The report was "not a sanctions list," it said.
Instead, the Treasury report resembled an exercise in naming and shaming -- putting individuals on notice that they may be subject to sanctions in the future.
Correction: This article has been updated to reflect correctly when the list of Russians was unveiled and to add more background about the sanctions.
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House Democrats planning expansive Trump probes, even after Mueller report

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No matter when and how Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe ends, House Democrats are planning to aggressively ramp up their own Trump-related investigations that will include a network of committees and high-profile public hearings likely to last well into the 2020 election year.
It is unclear at this point when the special counsel’s investigation into Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates will be complete, though several officials have said the probe is nearing its end.
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But the Mueller report will not mark the end of Russia investigations. House Democrats have ramped up their own efforts to investigate the president on matters related to Russia, his personal finances, his relationships and communications with foreign officials, and more.
The House Financial Services Committee, led by Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., is the latest panel to join in on the investigations. Axios reported Wednesday that the committee will coordinate with the House Intelligence Committee on money-laundering inquiries -- while the House Foreign Affairs Committee is also involved.
The details emerged after House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., already announced a sweeping new probe into the president’s foreign business dealings and Russian election meddling.
Committee Democrats alleged last year that Trump’s financial records with Deutsche Bank and Russia may reveal a “form of compromise” that “needs to be exposed.” Schiff has long maintained there had to be some reason that the German banking giant, which has what he called a “history of laundering Russian money,” was willing to work with the Trump Organization.
The same committee has also floated a potential subpoena for notes or testimony from the interpreter in meetings between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin—a move that would dramatically escalate Democrats’ investigations into the Trump administration. Should Schiff choose to subpoena the interpreter, it would likely trigger a major confrontation between the executive and legislative branches concerning discussions with foreign leaders.
Reports last month suggested that Trump took possession of the notes from the interpreter after his summit with Putin in Hamburg in 2017, and instructed the individual not to discuss what had taken place in the meetings with Putin with any other administration officials. But the president’s decision to ask the interpreter not to share details of his meetings with foreign leaders with other members of the administration could have been a response to prior leaks of private conversations with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and then-Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto in 2017.
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Schiff posed the idea of subpoenaing the interpreter in 2018, but again, last month, suggested they could use subpoena power to obtain the notes and testimony.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee also has directed resources from their former subcommittee on terrorism and nonproliferation to one focused on investigations and oversight. Chairman Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., said that it “made sense” to have a panel like this when there are “so many questionable activities of this Administration vis-à-vis foreign policy.”
Engel also pointed to Trump’s summit with Putin in Helsinki, Finland in 2018.
“It’s been many months since Helsinki, and we still don’t know what Putin and Trump talked about,” Engel said, adding that a new panel could also look at the “business interests of the president” and how his financial dealings with certain countries in the Middle East and Russia have “affected what he’s done in foreign policy.”
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Meanwhile, sources told Fox News that the House Judiciary Committee has staffed up with former Obama chief ethics counsel Norm Eisen helping Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., conduct the panel’s oversight of Mueller’s Russia investigation and the Justice Department. The Judiciary Committee also would lead the charge on any potential impeachment proceedings.
And the House Oversight Committee, while not leading a full investigation, had invited former Trump attorney Michael Cohen to testify before the panel. He accepted, but then postponed the public hearing citing alleged threats made by Trump and his legal team. Cohen was also invited by Schiff to testify before the House Intelligence Committee, but his hearing has yet to be scheduled.
On the other side of the Capitol, the Senate Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed Cohen for a deposition before their panel. That same committee, chaired by Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Ranking Member Mark Warner, D-Va., has been probing whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential election. But this week, NBC News reported that the committee has found “no evidence” of collusion.
While the timeline of Mueller’s investigation remains to be seen, Trump’s former attorney John Dowd ripped the entire probe as a “terrible waste of time” on Wednesday in an interview with ABC News.
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“I will be shocked, if anything regarding the president is made public, other than, ‘we’re done,’” Dowd said.
“I know exactly what he has. I know exactly what every witness said, what every document said. I know exactly what he asked. And I know what the conclusion [is],” Dowd said, again blasting the probe as “one of the greatest frauds this country’s ever seen.”
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“I’m just shocked that Bob Mueller didn’t call it that way and say, ‘I’m being used.’ I would have done that,” Dowd added.
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Palmer Report: Robert Mueller’s checkmate


The biggest news of the night is that the judge in the Paul Manafort case agrees with Robert Mueller that Paul Manafort lied about his interactions with Russian spy Konstantin Kilimnik during the election, and therefore nullified his prior cooperation agreement. The specific wording reported by Chris Matthews of MSNBC was the judge said that Robert Mueller has established that Manafort lied.


The judge also agreed that Manafort lied about “another investigation.” We know from Robert Mueller’s filings that Manafort’s lies go to the the very “heart” of the investigation. We know that the heart of Mueller’s investigation is Trump and his campaign’s collusion and conspiracy with Russians to help him win the election.


Now we know that Mueller has enough hard evidence to convince a judge of what really happened between Kilimnik and Manafort to convince a judge that Manafort lied. There is only one question left: did Mueller prove Manafort’s lies beyond a reasonable doubt to this judge, or did he merely meet the preponderance burden that’s required in these matters?

If Robert Mueller has evidence beyond a reasonable doubt of what really happened and just successfully got a judge to side with him based on that evidence, then buckle up, because that means Mueller already has what he needs to win this whole thing, and we are not far away from some major indictments.
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Palmer Report: Donald Trump’s fatwa of hate

It was precisely thirty years ago this Valentine’s Day that the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, in a rhapsody of stupefying ignorance and insufferably wicked intolerance astonishing even for him, decreed a fatwa ordering the murder of Salman Rushdie. Rushdie’s “crime” was writing a book, “The Satanic Verses,” detailing verses that were supposedly spoken by Mohammad as part of the Qur’an, and then withdrawn on the grounds that the devil had sent them to deceive him.
Not to be outdone, many in the world press matched the Ayatollah’s absurdity with eye-poppingly craven capitulation, refusing to call it what it was: a state sponsored mob hit ordered by a religious lunatic. Instead they collectively scratched their heads feebleheadedly and wondered aloud at the moral maze presented by religious “freedoms” and our helplessness in the face of them. As if that weren’t enough, they even dared to ask what role of responsibility in all this was played by Rushdie himself, who, understandably, went into hiding.

When at a Trump rally on Monday, when a BBC cameraman was attacked by a Trump supporter, that MAGA hat-wearing imbecile was responding to a Trump fatwa of his own. Donald Trump is fully aware of the power of his words and the hate his fanatical, evil regime has inspired. Yet he continues to use the language of hatred and intolerance, directed at America’s press in particular, and all who disagree with him in general.


The response from the press has remained impotent. Very little is being said condemnatory of Trump and his continuing characterizations of the press as “fake news” and “enemy of the people.” And what is being said doesn’t go far enough, nor does it demand enough.
 


The White House did issue a statement, deliberately lackluster and predictably insincere. “President Trump condemns all acts of violence against any individual or group of people – including members of the press. We ask that anyone attending an event do so in a peaceful and respectful manner.”
 
Donald Trump’s greedy, exigent demand for uncritical praise is matched by his pathological hatred for criticism. Like the Ayatollah’s God he is simply too weak to endure the ordinary onslaught of criticism that all who took the job before him acknowledged as an inevitable hazard of the occupation. Forget the flaccid disavowal from the White House: Donald Trump’s fatwa of evil is still in force.
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Palmer Report: Matt Whitaker just got what was coming to him


Before Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker was even done testifying for the House Judiciary Committee, Palmer Report wrote that he had already committed perjury during his testimony, and that he was very likely to get rung up for it. Sure enough, the Chairman of the committee just did precisely that.


In a development that’s entirely expected yet nonetheless stunning, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler has published a letter to Matt Whitaker, informing him that he’s been nailed for felony perjury. When Whitaker claimed under oath that he hadn’t discussed the Robert Mueller probe with Donald Trump, Palmer Report predicted that proof would soon surface that they had in fact discussed it. It’s not that we had any inside information or a crystal ball. It’s just that the Democrats had zeroed in on this question in a manner which suggested they already had proof, and they were merely daring Whitaker to lie. So what now?
 


Jerry Nadler’s letter to Matt Whitaker says that the committee has “identified several individuals with direct knowledge of the phone calls you denied receiving from the White House.” For the moment, Nadler is merely asking Whitaker to come back and “clarify” his answers under oath. This is, in effect, an offer to maybe not send Whitaker to prison, if he promptly comes back and tells the incriminating truth about Donald Trump.
 
The ball is now very briefly in Matt Whitaker’s court. If he doesn’t immediately to come back and tell the truth, Jerry Nadler will ring him up for felony perjury. If Nadler doesn’t feel that referring Whitaker to the DOJ will get the job done, he can simply turn Whitaker’s transcript over to Robert Mueller, who can then indict and arrest him, and push him to cut a plea deal against Trump. Either way, the point is to get Whitaker to sell Trump out, as Whitaker is a peon, and Trump is the real target.
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