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Matt Whitaker, a guy who’s spent his life running toilet scams on suckers, and trying to sound smart on Fox News while talking to a braindead audience, is quickly finding out today that he’s not nearly as smart or clever as he thought he was.

Whitaker’s House Judiciary Committee testimony thus far today has consisted of dimwitted jokes that have prompted the smart people in the room to laugh at him instead of with him, and remarks like “your five minutes are up” that were as inappropriate as they were ineffective.



Matt Whitaker was clearly tutored on base-level tactics like repeating the question in the hope of running out the clock, but the people doing the questioning have seen right through it. Whitaker also kept trying to buy time by putting on and taking off a pair of reading glasses that – based on their size in relation to his head – clearly didn’t belong to him.
 


The whole thing was just weird. If you were an SNL writer trying to craft a sketch about a comically inept congressional witness, and you came up with Matt Whitaker, you might get accused of taking things too far over the top. But all popcorn-worthy aspects of today’s debacle of a hearing aside, one point shines through.
 
Matt Whitaker is toast. He’s absurdly in over his head. He’s been exposed today as not prepared to be a witness, and not suited to be Acting Attorney General. His time on the job will be over within a few days, mercifully. He’s toast. We’re also pretty sure Whitaker just got himself rung up for perjury.
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JAMAL KHASHOGGI KILLING
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman (“MBS”) reportedly told a senior aide he would go after Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi “with a bullet,” a year before the dissident journalist was murdered inside the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate. U.S. intelligence understood that MBS was ready to kill the journalist, although he may not have literally intended to shoot him, Mark Mazzetti reports at the New York Times.
The conversation was intercepted by U.S. intelligence agencies, as part of routine efforts by the National Security Agency and other agencies to capture and store the communications of global leaders, including allied ones. Julian Borger and Bethan McKernan report at the Guardian.
Evidence collected in Turkey indicates that Khashoggi was the victim of “a brutal and premeditated killing … planned and perpetrated by officials of the State of Saudi Arabia,” U.N. Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions Agnes Callamard has found following her visit to Turkey from Jan. 28 to Feb. 3. “The murder of Jamal Khashoggi and the sheer brutality of it has brought irreversible tragedy to his loved ones,” Callamard commented, adding that the killing “is also raising a number of international implications, which demand the urgent attention of the international community including the United Nations.” The U.N. News Centre reports.
The Kingdom “seriously curtailed and undermined” Turkey’s ability to investigate Khashoggi’s murder, Callamard claimed, finding in her preliminary report that it was 13 days before Turkish officials were allowed inside the Istanbul consulate, the BBC reports.
Saudi Arabia quietly held a second court hearing for 11 people facing charges over the killing, Callamard disclosed, criticizing the kingdom for its lack of transparency in the proceedings over the slaying. “Given the importance of the case, we should be expecting a greater presence of representatives of the media, of civil society, of a range of other governments, not just those hand-picked by the Saudi authorities,” Callamard commented, Jamey Keaten reports at the AP.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators is renewing an effort to penalize Saudi officials for Khashoggi’s death, yesterday reintroducing a bill that would require sanctions on those responsible. “Seeing as the Trump administration has no intention of insisting on full accountability for Mr. Khashoggi’s murderers, it is time for Congress to step in and impose real consequences to fundamentally reexamine our relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and with the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen,” Senate Foreign Relations committee ranking member Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) said in a statement. Rebecca Kheel reports at the Hill.
TRUMP-RUSSIA
Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) has given in to the wishes of acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker that a subpoena is not issued while Whitaker testifies before the committee as scheduled for today. Yesterday, the Department of Justice (D.O.J.) sent the committee a letter demanding a commitment in writing that any subpoena would not be used during the hearing, a promise that Nadler was initially not prepared to give; after evening negotiations, however, the committee agreed verbally and in writing not to issue a subpoena on or before Feb. 8, according to D.O.J. spokesperson Kerri Kupec, Katie Benner and Charlie Savage report at the New York Times.
Democrats have pledged to press Whitaker about a number of issues – namely whether he has revealed anything about special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian electoral interference and alleged collusion with the Trump campaign. “Based upon today’s action, it is apparent that the Committee’s true intention is not to discuss the great work of the D.O.J., but to create a public spectacle,” Whitaker said yesterday in a statement that accompanied a five-page letter to Nadler, arguing that the acting attorney general has no legal obligation to discuss his conversations with the president. Sadie Gurman reports at the Wall Street Journal.
Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) yesterday said his panel has still found no evidence to suggest that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 election. Burr told C.B.S. news that “based on the evidence” his committee has seen so far, there is no reason to suggest that members of the Trump campaign and the Russian government were working together during the election, John Bowden reports at the Hill.
Mueller’s team has accused former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort of continuing to try to minimize the conduct of an associate with alleged ties to Russian intelligence, even after Manafort agreed last year to plead guilty and cooperate with prosecutors, according to a newly released court transcript. The partially redacted transcript suggests that when Manafort was debriefed by prosecutors and F.B.I. agents, he seemed to be trying to avoid providing information that could be damaging to Kremlin-linked associate Konstantin Kilmnik; “I think Mr. Manafort went out of his way in this instance … to not want to provide any evidence that could be used with respect to Mr. Kilimnik,” deputy special counsel Andrew Weissmann told U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson during a court session yesterday, Josh Gerstein reports at POLITICO.
Mueller is reportedly focused on a meeting at the height of the 2016 presidential campaign between Manafort and Kilimnik. Kilimnik, indicted last year on charges of witness tampering in Manafort’s case, has denied having ties to Russian spy agencies, Reuters reports.
A legal analysis of today’s Whitaker hearing, unpicking the difficult issues around subpoenas and executive privilege, is provided by Founding Editor and Senior Fellow Andy Wright at Just Security.
VENEZUELA
The head of U.S. Southern America Command (Southcom) yesterday said the military is prepared to protect Americans and U.S. diplomatic facilities in Venezuela “if necessary,” with the Latin country in the midst of turmoil as incumbent president Nicolás Maduro faces a challenge from leader of the opposition Juan Guaidó. “Southcom is supporting diplomatic efforts, and we are prepared to protect U.S. personnel and diplomatic facilities if necessary,” Navy Adm. Craig Faller stated in his opening remarks during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Ellen Mitchell reports at the Hill.
Trucks bearing aid are poised at Colombian frontier, with the food delivery rejected by Maduro and summoned by Guaidó.  Dylan Baddour provides an account of the situation at the border at the Wall Street Journal.
What appeared to be a carefully calibrated policy to outst … Maduro was actually a big gamble by a small group of opposition leaders acting on a hastily assembled plan,” David Luhnow, Juan Forero and José de Córdoba comment at the Wall Street Journal, in an analysis of how the group managed to take control of the country’s opposition.
SYRIA
The Pentagon is preparing to pull all U.S. forces out of Syria by the end of April, even though the Trump administration has yet to come up with a plan to protect its Kurdish partners from attack when they leave, according to current and former U.S. officials. With U.S.-backed fighters set to seize the final Syrian sanctuaries held by Islamic State group in the coming days, the U.S. military is turning its attention toward a withdrawal of forces in the coming weeks, Dion Nissenbaum and Nancy A. Youssef report at the Wall Street Journal.
Iraq’s Kurdish Peshmerga leaders claim that Islamic State group still presents a genuine threat and the U.S. must not withdraw its forces from Syria. Jennifer Glasse provides an account at Al Jazeera.
“We don’t get to choose when the war ends … but we do get to choose where it is fought,” Marc A Thiessen comments at the Washington Post, arguing against a U.S. withdrawal from Syria. The war, Thiessen claims, “can either be fought over there, in the deserts of Syria and the mountains of Afghanistan, or it can be fought over here — on American streets and in American cities, as it was on Sept. 11, 2001 … it’s up to us.”
U.S.-led airstrikes continue. U.S. and coalition forces carried out 645 airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria between Jan. 13 and Jan. 26. [Central Command]
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS
Yemen’s warring parties reached a preliminary compromise on a plan for the redeployment of opposing forces from the key port of Hodeidah, the U.N. announced yesterday. U.N. spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said the preliminary accord was reached by representatives of Yemen’s government-in-exile and the Iran-aligned Shi’ite Houthi rebels, who met on a U.N. vessel in Hodeidah’s inner harbor during U.N.-mediated talks between Feb. 3-6, Edith M. Lederer reports at the AP.
Top Russian diplomat Zamir Kabulovm has met with Taliban representatives and expressed Moscow’s support for the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. The meeting came after two days of talks between prominent Afghan figures and Taliban representatives in Moscow and contradictory statements about an immediate U.S. forces withdrawal from the country, Al Jazeera reports.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has defended the fact that “Death to America” chants are commonplace at anti-U.S. rallies across Iran, although he qualified that the chanting is aimed at U.S. leaders and not its people. Khamenei’s website today quoted him as saying the chant means “death to U.S. leaders, death to [President] Trump and [national security adviser] John Bolton and [Secretary of State Mike] Pompeo,” the AP reports.
The choice of Vietnam as the venue for a second U.S.-North Korea summit later this month highlights the possibility of moving beyond conflict and division towards a thriving partnership, the U.S. State Department said yesterday. State Department spokesperson Robert Palladino told a news briefing that U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun is in Pyongyang to prepare the Feb. 27-28 summit and seeking progress on commitments made at the first meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore last June, Reuters reports.
Navy and intelligence veteran and former television news correspondent Lea Gabrielle will take up a key position at the State Department to tackle foreign propaganda efforts, reportedly as a plank of the U.S. government’s response to Russian disinformation, terrorist group messaging, and Chinese propaganda. Robbie Gramer and Elias Groll report at Foreign Policy.
“Counting the bodies in conflicts is a necessary … confusing and too often sordid business,” Peter Beaumont writes at the Guardian, explaining that although necessary, body counting “becomes sordid … when the process becomes political and weaponized for a purpose; that is, when it is in hock to competing agendas.”
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In an interview aired Friday, Ivanka Trump told ABC News that she knew “literally almost nothing” about her family’s secret pursuit of a deal to build a Trump-branded tower in Moscow during the 2016 campaign. Her claim, however, is contradicted by various sources, including information released by special counsel Robert Mueller and emails cited in media reports, which indicate that the president’s eldest daughter was closely involved with the controversial project.
Much information on Ivanka’s involvement in the deal comes from President Donald Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, who was spearheading the Trump Tower-Moscow negotiations. Cohen, who has been sentenced to three years in prison, described his work on the project to prosecutors after he pleaded guilty last year to lying to Congress and campaign finance violations.
In a December memo describing Cohen’s cooperation, Mueller noted that Cohen had said that he “briefed family members” of Trump about the Moscow project. Those briefings clearly included Ivanka. She has acknowledged that in November 2015 she emailed Cohen to suggest he contact Dmitry Klokov, a Russian weightlifter who said he could help secure a meeting for Donald Trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin in order to help facilitate a Trump Tower-Moscow deal. According to Buzzfeed, which first reported these communications, Klokov told Cohen that he could broker a meeting with Trump and Putin to help secure the deal. (In the December memo on Cohen, Mueller said Klokov had offered to help the Trump campaign achieve “synergy on a government level” with Moscow.)
In late 2015, Ivanka also suggested an architect for the Moscow project in an email to Cohen, according to the Associated Press and other outlets. Under the preliminary deal, she received the right to have a spa under her name in the building. CNN last year reported that deal documents show that the Trump Organization, as part of an initial agreement, secured the option to “brand any or all portion of the spa or fitness facilities as ‘The Spa by Ivanka Trump’ or similar brand.” If the spa was named after her, Ivanka or her designee would be given sole power to approve “all interior design elements of the spa or fitness facilities.”
Peter Mirijanian, a spokesman for Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, said this summer that her role in the Trump-Moscow deal was limited to “reminding Mr. Cohen that, should an actual deal come to fruition (which it did not) the project, like any other with the Trump name, conform with the highest design and architectural standards.” Mirijanian also said that Ivanka did not know Klokov but passed on to Cohen an “unsolicited email” from Klokov’s wife, who she also did not know. Mirijanian did not respond to questions from Mother Jones on Friday.
The Trump Organization pursued the Tower-Moscow deal even as Donald Trump, campaigning for president, falsely claimed that he had no business dealings in Russia. Trump’s lavish praise of Putin and efforts to cast doubt on allegations that Russia was behind the hacks of Democratic targets raised eyebrows during the election, and the secret deal has become an intense focus of Mueller’s probe.
In her ABC interview, Ivanka attempted to downplay the project, which her father signed a letter of intent to pursue. “There was never a binding contract,” she said. “I never talked…with a third party outside of the organization about it.” This claim apparently excludes her contact with Klovkov.
Mueller has described the Moscow project as a “lucrative business opportunity” that could have made Trump’s company “hundreds of millions of dollars from Russian sources.”
Ivanka said Friday that the project was one of “40 or 50 deals like that that were floating around, that somebody was looking at. Nobody visited it to see if it was worth our time.”
But according to Felix Sater, a Trump Organization associate who helped Cohen pursue the Moscow deal, Ivanka herself visited Moscow in 2006 as part of the Trump Organization’s long-running pursuit of a deal there. “I arranged for Ivanka to sit in Putins private chair at his desk and office in the Kremlin,” Sater boasted in a 2015 email to Cohen.
In a 2017 statement to the New York Times, which first reported on Cohen and Sater’s emails about the Trump Tower, Ivanka said she took “a brief tour of Red Square and the Kremlin” as a tourist and did not recall sitting in Putin’s chair.
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