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Trump looks to amplify message by bringing Fox News into the White ...

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President Donald Trump is expected to tap former Fox News executive Bill Shine as communications director, the latest sign of the network's ...
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Fox News Hands Trump a New White-Nationalist Talking Point

Vanity Fair-Aug 23, 2018
Fox News Hands Trump a New White-Nationalist Talking Point ... whom the neo-Nazi Web site the Daily Stormer has called its “greatest ally.
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'I snookered them': Illinois Nazi candidate creates GOP dumpster fire

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CHICAGO — Illinois Republicans botched four opportunities to stop an avowed Nazi from representing their party in a Chicago-area ...
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Trump: The Press Is Not At All The Enemy of the People, "Fake News ...

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'Fox & Friends' exclusive: President Trump speaks out on the ..... from the beginning of the campaign, they told me about this Nazi who lived in ...
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New York attorney general subpoenas Deutsche Bank for information ...

Washington Post-Mar 12, 2019
The Deutsche Bank subpoenas were for documents related to three Trump properties, all bought with loans from the bank, the two people ...
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Deutsche Bank Weighed Extending Trump Loans on Default Risk

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Top Deutsche Bank AG executives were so concerned after the 2016 U.S. election that the TrumpOrganization might default on about $340 ...
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Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign manager, was ... Ms. James subpoenaed Deutsche Bank and Investors Bank, which ...
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“Extend and Pretend”: Are Deutsche Bank and Trump Playing Chicken ...

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For the past two decades, Trump's lender of choice has largely been Deutsche Bank. In 1998, when Trump was radioactive on Wall Street ...
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David Cay Johnston: We Will See Trump's Tax Returns And Find Out ...

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DAVID CAY JOHNSTON: Well, Donald Trump has always been able to stop ... And the Deutsche Bankmatter is particularly important, because ...
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Waters to Seek Whatever Needed in Trump-Deutsche Bank Probe

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House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters said she has advised her staff to seek whatever information it needs in ...
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Democrats Are Going After Trump Via His Favorite Bank

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In early 2014, Donald J. Trump approached his personal bankers at Deutsche Bank to sound them out about potentially lending him money to ...
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Democrats Investigating Trump's Alleged Money Laundering May ...

Newsweek-Mar 2, 2019
“We're going to find out a lot about Deutsche Bank and that bank's ... documents from the bank about their dealings with Trump last year, but ...
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Brussels Edition: Who Calls the Shots?

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Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning.
The EU faces a Brexit quandary. Last night, the British Parliament added yet another twist to the saga by voting against the possibility of crashing out of the bloc with no deal. Problem is, it’s really not up to the members of parliament because that’s the default option if they don’t approve the deal or don’t delay the exit date. Today, lawmakers vote again — this time on a Brexit postponement until June 30. That’s not their call either. It depends on the 27 other leaders approving such a request unanimously. Right now, there’s no consensus across the EU over how long such a delay should be, or even whether to grant one at all.

What’s Happening

NATO Report | Attention Donald Trump. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is due to release his latest annual report, showing how close members — including Germany — are to meeting a pledge to spend at least 2 percent of their gross domestic product on the military. European nations averaged 1.46 percent in 2017.
Male Dominance | Three men will be endorsed today by the European Parliament for senior positions at the European Central Bank and two other financial authorities. The assembly will also call on member states and the European Commission to promote more women in the next round of nominations — something capitals say they’re willing to do.
Referendum Burnout | One unexpected consequence of the U.K.’s decision to put its EU membership to a popular vote has emerged in Denmark. Parliament in the country, which joined the bloc in the same year as Britain almost half a century ago, has cooled to the idea of holding a referendum on whether the country should join the banking union.
Clearing Deal | Firms in the U.K. and the U.S. might have to accept greater control by EU authorities if they want to keep servicing clients in the bloc. That’s after EU negotiators reached a political deal on how to supervise foreign derivatives clearinghouses, capping a heated debate that erupted after the Brexit referendum. 

In Case You Missed It

Apple Vs. Spotify | Apple should be probed by the EU’s antitrust agency over how it allegedly squeezes rival music-streaming services, Spotify said yesterday, escalating a row over the iPhone maker’s practice of taking a cut of sales on its app store. EU regulators are increasingly wary of technology platforms controlling online ecosystems to rig the game to their advantage.
Merger Pushback | Deutsche Bank faces stiff resistance from some supervisory board members to a merger with rival Commerzbank over the prospect of tens of thousands of job cuts as the two lenders edge closer to a deal. Here’s our QuickTake on why we almost never have any good news to give you about European banks.
Dirty Money | The money-laundering scandals pouring out of the Nordic banks may seem like deja vu, given the litany of past incidents in Europe’s banking sector. It’s practically taken for granted that there’s always someone somewhere trying to make ill-gotten wealth look innocent, Alan Katz reports.
Palm Oil | The EU set new criteria for palm oil use in biofuels in a balancing act to avert a trade war with Asia while appeasing climate hawks at home. Indonesia and Malaysia, which account for 85 percent of global supply, have warned of retaliation against “discriminatory” measures, while palm oil prices are down 15 percent since early 2018 amid the EU environmental campaign.
Naughty Swedes | And now a First World problem: after successive years of budget surpluses, Sweden is predicted to breach its own rules for how low its debt can go and will need to explain it to Parliament. The government seems to have no fiscal fireworks up its sleeve, despite record-low interest rates and calls for better infrastructure, health care and welfare.

Chart of the Day

There is not a single country in the EU where the birth rate is high enough to prevent the population from shrinking. Eurostat data released this week confirm that an all-but-irreversible demographic decline — straining the bloc’s welfare systems and damping its growth outlook — is only getting worse. Without immigrants to replenish its ranks, pay taxes and work, Europe runs the risk of dying off.

Today’s Agenda

All times CET.
  • 11 a.m. Eurostat to release 2018 data on asylum applicants in the EU 
  • 5:15 p.m. EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier speaks in Bucharest
  • EU and the UN will co-chair the third conference on ‘Supporting the future of Syria and the region’ 
  • Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker delivers a keynote speech at the Spring Assembly of the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the EU
  • NATO presents latest data on defense spending

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How are we doing? We want to hear what you think about this newsletter. Let our Brussels bureau chief know.
— With assistance by Nikos Chrysoloras, and Jonathan Stearns
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Russian spies were all over the 2016 race. They were working for one candidate: Donald Trump

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Let’s take a trip into the mind of Vladimir Putin in the Summer of 2015 about the time that Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president.
The Russian president is sitting over there in Moscow, and he’s a very unhappy man. The summer before, in 2014, numerous government officials, oligarch friends of Putin, and several financial institutions owned by the Russian government had been sanctioned by the Obama administration in retaliation for Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and seizure of Crimea. Among the banks sanctioned was the Vnesheconombank (VEB), a government owned bank with offices in New York and elsewhere in the United States that Putin and his pals had used to spy on American financial institutions and to launder money.
Putin had already started making moves in 2014. Russia’s Internet Research Agency (IRA) in St. Petersburg, almost certainly a civil arm of the Russian intelligence agency, the GRU, and funded by the Russian government, had already begun operating within the United States. The IRA had established its so-called “Translator Project” back in April of 2014 and within months had sent two of its agents into this country on visas obtained under false pretenses. These agents had the mission of establishing the internet infrastructure necessary to infiltrate and interfere with the upcoming presidential campaign by buying false identities, laundering Russia-supplied money, and establishing web pages and Facebook accounts that could be used during the campaign.
By the summer of 2015, Putin apparently concluded that the best way to get the sanctions on Russians lifted was to make sure that the next American president was friendly to Russia and likely to go along with Putin’s desire to have the sanctions canceled.
That summer, the Internet Research Agency began buying political ads on Facebook and using fake Twitter accounts to post messages about divisive political issues and critical of Hillary Clinton. According to testimony given to the Senate Judiciary Committee by Facebook, over the next two years more than 150 million Americans had seen fake political information posted on Facebook and Instagram by the Internet Research Agency. According to a 2017 report in The New York Times, fake Russian accounts on Twitter posted hundreds of thousands of anti-Clinton messages using automated “bots.”
Also in the summer of 2015, the Dutch intelligence service, the AIVD, informed its counterparts in the American intelligence community (probably in the CIA and or NSA) that a Russian group of hackers known as Cozy Bear, working for the GRU, had hacked the Democratic National Committee computer networks.
Let’s stop right there. By any measure, this is espionage activity by a hostile foreign power. The object of the espionage might not have involved what we usually think of as national security secrets such as information about U.S. military capabilities and intentions or nuclear warfare, but it was espionage nevertheless. Agents of the Russian government were secretly obtaining information about the American political process and using that information to benefit one political party, the Republicans, and to damage the other political party, the Democrats.
In the world of business, this would be equivalent to obtaining industrial secrets from one business and using them to benefit a business friendly to the hostile power. Two Russian intelligence agents were convicted of just such a scheme in New York in 2013. One of the agents was working for the bank that was owned by the Russian government and sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury in 2014 after Putin’s seizure of Crimea, the Vneseconombank.
So the government of Vladimir Putin had unleashed its main intelligence service, the GRU, to spy on the Democratic Party. And Putin’s government was using the Internet Research Agency to establish an infrastructure within the United States that it could use to influence the presidential election against Hillary Clinton, known to be no fan of Putin’s.
And what was happening right about then in New York City? Why, isn’t that Donald and Melania Trump I see slowly descending the escalator in Trump Tower? Why, yes, it is! It’s June 16, 2015, and Donald Trump throws his proverbial hat into the proverbial ring of the 2016 presidential race.
What else did Putin have going on that summer? Well, gun-loving Russian spy Maria Butina was running around the United States hatching plans with American political consultant Paul Erickson to influence the presidential campaign. She writes a proposal for something called the “Diplomacy Project” in which she proposes to use her contacts with prominent Republicans in the National Rifle Association to influence American policy with Russia. She checks in regularly with her Russian sponsor, Alexander Torshin, a Russian politician and Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Russia who is close to none other than Vladimir Putin. They also meet with American officials of the Federal Reserve and an undersecretary of the Department of the Treasury. In July of 2015, at a conference in Las Vegas known as “Freedom Fest,” Butina asks candidate Trump if he is elected president, will he lift sanctions on Russia. Trump allows as how that’s not a bad idea.
In the summer of 2018, Butina pleaded guilty to conspiracy against the United States, admitting in her plea: “With Person 1’s [Erickson’s] assistance and subject to Russian Official’s [Torshin’s] direction, Butina sought to establish unofficial lines of communication with Americans having power and influence over US politics. Butina sought to use those unofficial lines of communication for the benefit of the Russian Federation, acting through Russian Official [Torshin].”
Wait a minute! We’re getting ahead of ourselves! Who’s that I see over there, running around and making big moves over the summer of 2015? Why, it’s George Papadopoulos, applying for a position in the Trump presidential campaign. When he doesn’t gain that position, young Papadopoulos goes to work on the Ben Carson campaign. The Carson campaign runs out of steam a few months later, in January of 2016, and Papadopoulos redoubles his efforts to join the Trump campaign. In March of 2016, he gets an interview with a top Trump campaign official for the position of foreign policy adviser. According to the Department of Justice sentencing memorandum filed by his lawyers at the time he was sentenced to a short term in prison after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russians Papadopoulos is informed by a Trump campaign staffer during the interview that the Trump campaign’s “focus would be on improving relations with Russia.” Papadopoulos is hired, and later in March of 2016, Trump announces to the Washington Post that he has named him as a foreign policy adviser to his campaign.
Big things are in store for young Papadopoulos in the coming months, as he meets with a mysterious “professor” Joseph Mifsud in London and is told by the “professor” that during a recent trip to Moscow, officials of the Russian government informed him that they have “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the form of “thousands of emails” that they are willing to share with the Trump campaign. Papadopoulos dutifully reports this interesting little tidbit back to Trump headquarters in New York City.
In the space of less than two years, Putin’s circle is closed. The Russian president wanted to find a way to get the Obama sanctions on Russia lifted. He salted the soup of the American political process with the Internet Research Agency and his main intelligence service, the GRU. The Internet Research Agency put its agents on the ground in the United States and began setting up fake Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts they could use against Hillary Clinton. The GRU began its hacking of the Democratic Party’s computer records. By March of 2016, two contacts with the Trump campaign had been made. A person acting on behalf of the Russian government reached out to George Papadopoulos with an offer to help the Trump campaign, and Paul Manafort, a man well-known in Russian political and intelligence circles had been hired by the Trump campaign.
Donald Trump hadn’t even gotten the Republican nomination for president yet, and everywhere you looked around the Trump campaign, there were Russian spies at work. It’s almost as if it was all part of a plan, and it was. It was Putin’s plan, and Trump was its beneficiary.
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The Proposal for the Interdisciplinary Evidence Based Consensus Model in the Counterintelligence Investigations of Donald Trump - By Michael Novakhov, M.D. | A panel of experts highlight the problems with all major claims of the official account of the 9/11 attacks. 9/11 Unmasked: An International Review Panel Investigation Paperback – September 11, 2018 by David Ray Griffin (Author), Elizabeth Woodworth (Author) - 6:33 AM 1/31/2019

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Feb 12, 2019 - American private equity firm Francisco Partners, which owns NSO, did ... Within days, Israeli investigative television show Uvda and The New ...
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Feb 13, 2019 - Israeli spy firm reportedly targeted researchers probing hacks of dissidents ... NSO, which is largely owned by American private equity firm ...
Missing: merchants ‎oppression
Feb 11, 2019 - Revealed: Israel's cyber-spy industry helps world dictators hunt ... American privateequity firm Francisco Partners, which owns NSO, did not ...
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Nov 25, 2018 - Haaretz says talks for $55 million dollar deal were held before crown prince began a crackdown on rivals.
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