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  • 40plus's Avatar
    Today, 01:47 AM
    The above is total BS, written by a hack who makes money writing crap per instruction. How do I know? A close relative of mine took a contracting job writing articles like this from home during the election campaign. She would get an assignment to write X amount of words on such a topic from such a perspective, for publishing on a certain date. According to her, it was easy money, particularly in the current political climate. She would simply read existing articles, and re-write the same thing, which is why you see so many of these cookie-cutter articles out there. It is a paid profession, so follow the money. Now, turds like MNT(BS)71, who are not articulate enough, nor intelligent enough to write for paid propaganda articles vie for validity using the 'cut & paste' rendition of the same stupid song that has no merit in fact, in evidence or even entertainment. It is both an open, and also a deep-stealth act of war upon others who don't share the same opinion, or who are not aware they, their families, their culture, their freedom and ultimately their lives are being targeted for destruction. These progressives are the racists. These masquerading SJWs who go about destroying all things stable, literally screaming out the very thing they want to hide; that they are hoping beyond hope that their limp-wrist fe-manliness, their cowardice, feigned outrage, and their out-right bigotry, hypocrisy, absolute racism and continually expanding intolerance will just slip past the 'great deplorable', simply with over saturation by media. What they apparently don't see is that there is a massive (and growing) number of Americans who not only clearly understand this attempted (and nearly accomplished) bastardization of American excellence, but since Mr. Trump's emergence and now Presidency..they are no longer intimidated by anything PC, including it's handlers. And they are not afraid to do something about it anymore. This entire article, and all the other "news", so co-joined to every other leftie article that a even blind horse could see the propaganda pattern therein, is only causing conservatives and patriots to solidify their stance. For example, from the second paragraph: The "Economist Intelligence Unit, (we are so smart and credible) a nonpartisan organization (meaning hate-u disguised as love-u) comprising over 100 country experts (yea, expert, that's the ticket) and economists across the globe (of whom none have ever accomplished anything near the success level Mr. Trump has economically), upgraded (oh, oh, it's getting worse, be very afraid) Trump's likelihood of impeachment from low (meaning zero) to moderate (meaning zero)." Every other paragraph is just as easy. As for the growing number of people jumping the Lib ship for the Trump-side, I read a SJW post after a protest in Portland that he was quitting the progressive movement. The reason was because his 'comrades' pushed him down and ran over him, themselves trying to escape some pissed off Trump supporters who were going to give them a beach-slapping. I wish I had the link. He was really upset, realizing there was no loyalty or consideration of others among them..though I see it as an additional condemnation of the left, as it appears to me he apparently found insufficient anchor to or in the cause to fight for his place. But what else would one expect from the SJW PJ boys? Still, with proper discipline & study, this is another millennial who could end up with a head on his shoulders, as opposed to a monkey-butt-sniffer. (ref. Wolverines epic cartoon: http://image-store.slidesharecdn.com/fd68f9e3-5b99-4d79-8b2e-68d105ed70af-original.jpeg) Finally, one last example of lib bluff from the last paragraph: "So far, as the Economist Intelligence Unit writes, nothing (no evidence) Trump has done in office may rise to the level of an offense worthy of impeachment (meaning it won't happen). But with the constant drip (wow, they actually admit it) of his campaign's alleged (meaning we know it's fake) collusion with Russian President Vladimir Putin's Kremlin, plunging approval ratings (their failed polls) and self-confessed dismay with the job of the presidency (dismay with lack of loyalty and with obstructionists, possibly, the job..no), could Trump be on his way to leaving the White House regardless? (now they're asking, I thought it was a done deal?) Whether it be through impeachment, the end of his term or on his own departure, (yea, right) only time will tell. (meaning, it ain't gonna happen, but we had to write something to not get suicided)"
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    Today, 01:21 AM
    From AFP. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. It’s a radio talent contest with a mission: showcasing the skills of Mosul’s youth after years of jihadist rule and a months-long battle for the city. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 01:21 AM
    By Adnan Abu Zeed for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.* There are strong indications that Gulf states want to keep Iraq away from Iran‘s influence by including Iraq under the banner of a US-backed Sunni Arab alliance. The United States sees Iraq as a vital location in need of a clear US policy, especially with the presence there of US military bases and about 8,500 US soldiers, as well as the US impact on the country’s overall situation. The most recent quest in this direction was the Arab Islamic American Summit held May 21 in Riyadh, attended by US President Donald Trump and Iraqi President Fuad Masum. It also appears that Iraq’s participation in the Eager Lion maneuvers, an annual military exercise, launched May 7 in Jordan with the participation of more than 7,000 soldiers from over 20 countries, was part of the attempt to bring Iraq into the Sunni Arab axis. The race to convince Iraq to abandon its well-known alliances with Iran and Iran’s allies was already underway when Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir visited Baghdad on Feb. 25, declaring that “Saudi Arabia and Iraq face the scourge of terrorism.” This rhetoric reflects Riyadh’s keenness on overcoming the obstacles to developing its relations with Baghdad. Those relations took a bad turn when the Saudi ambassador to Iraq, Thamer al-Sabhan, was expelled from Iraq in August after the Iraqis took offense at his statements about the “Iranian intervention in Iraq” and “Iranian-backed armed Shiite organizations fueling the tension with Sunnis.” Jubeir’s hopes of extracting Baghdad from Tehran’s grip were revived when Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met March 20 with Trump in Washington. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 01:21 AM
    By John Lee. A British academic has said that visiting Iraq has caused him to have problems entering the United States. Writing in*Times Higher Education, Nick Petford, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Northampton, said: “My forays have not been without consequence. In March this year I fell foul of Donald Trump’s travel restrictions from Middle Eastern countries that included*Iraq. On a trip to Miami, I was pulled out of the immigration queue by Homeland Security, held for five hours and questioned twice about why I had been to “Syria”. “My UK ESTA travel authorisation was revoked and replaced by a temporary visa, probably because more paperwork was needed to kick me out than let me in. Whether I’ll be allowed back into the US any time soon is yet to be resolved.“ But he says that this experience won’t stop him travelling to Iraq again. “Our rationale for working there and in other challenging territories is simple,” he adds. “Our mission requires it, and frankly the Iraqi people deserve our support given the UK’s historically interventionist stance. One area that we intend to focus on more with our Iraqi partners is healthcare. Another is MBA provision. There are also research opportunities that include exchange visits between staff and students.” Nick Petford’s full article can be read here. (Source: Times Higher Education) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • 40plus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:57 PM
    Hahahaha. That's one for the history books..I don't believe even President Trump could have said it any more succinctly. Thanks Wolver.
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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:51 PM
    Experts Upgrade Donald Trump's Impeachment Odds as Russian Investigation Looms Donald Trump’s presidency has been clouded in controversy from its very inception, with multiple federal investigations into his campaign’s ties to Russia looming over the White House before he even assumed the Oval Office. Now, it appears his odds of impeachment are growing not even six months into his tenure as commander-in-chief. The Economist Intelligence Unit, a nonpartisan organization comprising over 100 country experts and economists across the globe, upgraded Trump's likelihood of impeachment from low to moderate Friday, following calls for the president’s removal officially reaching the floor of Congress. Meanwhile, Texas Representative Al Green announced he's already gotten a head start on the exhaustive political process, drafting articles of impeachment as his Democratic colleagues—most notably California Representative Maxine Waters—take to the airwaves to demand Trump’s firing. "We note that the president's impulsive character and disregard for protocol means that even the unlikely is possible," the Economist Intelligence Unit said in a statement provided to Newsweek. "But it would take a significant shift in mood, even allowing for his existing transgressions, to shift Republican loyalty away from Trump." Impeachment is a long, often drawn-out procedure requiring multiple steps and a House vote before a removal process could even begin in the Senate. Experts foreshadow Trump being able to survive another three and a half years in the White House for a few key reasons. "Trump will continue to be useful to the Republican Party—especially on tax reform and health care," the organization writes. "Congress is highly polarized—Democrats and Republicans are unlikely to cooperate for impeachment." The unit also believes Republicans will continue to enjoy a majority in the House of Representatives following the November 2018 midterm elections. The organization goes on to list multiple reasons for its upgrading of Trump’s impeachment odds, starting with the new special counsel appointed to investigate the administration's possible links to Russian officials throughout the 2016 campaign. "Other building-blocks towards a case of ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ might include Mr. Comey's account of being put under pressure by Mr. Trump to drop his investigation into Michael Flynn; Mr. Trump's failure to separate himself from his business empire; and his careless handling of classified information," the organization continues. So far, as the Economist Intelligence Unit writes, nothing Trump has done in office may rise to the level of an offense worthy of impeachment. But with the constant drip of his campaign's alleged collusion with Russian President Vladimir Putin's Kremlin, plunging approval ratings and self-confessed dismay with the job of the presidency, could Trump be on his way to leaving the White House regardless? Whether it be through impeachment, the end of his term or on his own departure, only time will tell.
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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:43 PM
    Laughing...Laughing.......You are so disconnected from the Real World.....We already have a specialist...and it is one who Donaldof Trumpler feared the most, and obviously, he has his reason to be afraid........ so let me bring you up to speed... Here is what's it like to have a special counsel, like Robert Mueller, hounding you Ever wondered what it’s like to be pursued, badgered and threatened legally by a special counsel, like the one appointed last week to investigate the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia? I can tell you firsthand. In 2003, the George W. Bush administration leaked the name of a CIA operations officer, Valerie Plame, to syndicated columnist Robert Novak. A week later my Newsday colleague Knut Royce and I wrote a story disclosing that Plame had worked undercover — Novak had assumed she was simply an analyst. So when the Justice Department tapped a special counsel to look into the matter, he turned to us first. The counsel, Patrick Fitzgerald, first tried sweet-talking our lawyers, saying he did not need us to name our sources, just to specify how many sources we had and when we had talked to them. No deal! Then he did something diabolically clever. He got everyone who could possibly have been a source to sign a waiver of confidentiality, then claimed Knut and I could no longer claim reporters’ privilege. This got some traction with our lawyers, but Knut and I were not going to let coercion stop us from protecting our sources. I had been through this before, when the U.S. Senate appointed a special counsel in 1991 to investigate my story in Newsday that Anita Hill had accused Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment. But things had changed dramatically. A decade later, newspaper lawyers were worrying about the bottom line as well as the 1st Amendment, and the legal protections for journalists had been seriously diminished. Fitzgerald threatened us with a subpoena, provoking a nasty internal dispute at Newsday about cooperation. The deputy attorney general who appointed him, the same James B. Comey who was just fired as head of the FBI by President Trump, called Fitzgerald “Eliot Ness with a Harvard law degree.” Someone else called him a “bulldog.” He certainly pursued us like one, though he eventually decided we were not essential to his case and let it drop. Later he convicted top White House aide Lewis “Scooter” Libby of perjury and obstructing his investigation. Fitzgerald, Comey, former FBI Director and new special counsel Robert Mueller, even Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who appointed Mueller, are all tough, apolitical “bulldog” prosecutors who know one another well from the Justice Department Criminal Division. Anyone who gets in Mueller’s way, including reporters who have received leaks from government sources, had better be careful. And Trump administration officials in particular can take it from me: They’re in serious trouble. As always, the subjects of the investigation will wonder how high it will go. We know that Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions met with the Russian ambassador. He could be in jeopardy. Was Trump dumb enough to become personally involved? He did, after all, publicly ask Russia for help discrediting Hillary Clinton. Could that be construed as a criminal act? What about Trump’s request to Comey to go easy on his former national security advisor, Michael Flynn? From what we know so far, it is unlikely that Mueller’s investigation will bring down Trump. But the adage in Washington investigations is always “follow the money,” and that’s where the real peril lies for Trump and his family. The Trumps have bragged at times that they do not have to borrow much from U.S. banks because they get their money overseas, much of it from Russia. Because Trump has refused to make his tax returns, or any other documents from his business, public, we do not know the details, or what the unnamed Russian investors got in return. Mueller will want to find out. But problems in following the money trail could arise from Rosenstein’s rather narrow mandate to Mueller.After Comey appointed Fitzgerald, he clarified that Fitzgerald had full authority to pursue his investigation as if he was the attorney general. For example, he did not have to seek permission from the Justice Department to go after reporters. It was pretty close to being a blank check. Mueller, by contrast, will be dependent on the Justice Department and the FBI — the appointment of a new FBI director could still influence this investigation — for money and people. Also, Rosenstein will retain the authority to veto Mueller’s prosecutorial initiatives if he feels the investigation has strayed too far from the mandate, or to fire him for “good cause.” And of course, Trump can always fire Rosenstein and appoint someone who will fire Mueller, though that strategy did not work out well for Richard Nixon. A special counsel investigation can cause a lot of wreckage. I had to ready my family for the possibility that I would go to jail and even lose my job in the bargain. New York Times reporter Judith Miller actually did spend 85 days in jail trying to protect her sources from Fitzgerald’s inquiry before agreeing to testify. I’m not sure all that collateral damage was worthwhile, but the Trump investigation is on a different plane — it’s necessary to the survival of our system of government. For that reason Mueller should have at least as much authority as Fitzgerald did. All right dude....you get the point now?.....If not...read my next post...maybe that will get your attention....
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    Yesterday, 09:50 PM
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    Yesterday, 09:47 PM
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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:36 PM
    Politics Donald Trump's Approval Rating Sinks As White Voters, Republicans Withdraw Support President Donald Trump's approval rating fell sharply this week as some of the folks who voted for him in droves have begun to back away from the leader who has been plagued by controversy during his brief but rocky tenure in the White House, according to a new poll this week. The survey from Fox News found just 40 percent of voters approved of Trump's job performance, a 5 percentage point slide from where it stood in the same poll last month. Disapproval also rose 5 percentage points to 53 percent. "Some of the drop in approval comes from Republicans," noted Fox News in its write-up of the survey. In their poll, Trump's support among GOP voters had hovered between 84 percent and 87 percent during his tenure in the White House, but in the new survey that fell to 81 percent. Fifty-three percent of white voters without a college degree approved of the job Trump has done, a decrease of 9 percentage points in just one month. White voters overall were split on Trump, with 48 percent approving of his job performance and 48 percent disapproving, according to the Fox News poll. In the election, 66 percent of whites without college degree and 57 percent of whites overall voted for Trump, according to CNN's exit polls. A few potential issues white working class voters might have with the Trump presidency: 44 percent don't support the Republican health care bill backed by the former reality TV star and 50 percent thought he wouldn't actually get a wall built along the southern border of the U.S., one of his key promises during the campaign. According to the Fox News poll, voters overall were skeptical of Trump's firing of former FBI Director James Comey. By a margin of 60 percent to 29 percent, voters believed the president got rid of Comey for self-serving reasons—namely the FBI's investigation into his administration's potential ties with Russia—versus firing him for harming the bureau. The Fox News poll interviewed 1,011 registered voters through telephone calls from May 21 through May 23. It had a margin of error of 3 percentage points for the full sample. The latest poll isn't the first to find white working class voters and Republicans have begun to jump off the Trump train just four months into its planned four-year trip. A Reuters/Ipsos poll last week found disapproval of Trump among Republicans jumped 7 percentage points to 23 percent. A Quinnipiac University survey this month found support among whites without a college degree had dropped 10 percentage points in just one month to 47 percent. It keeps going ..... dooooown........ and.......doooooown... and.........dooooown.... and.........dooooown.... and.........dooooown..... The question for the smarties wannabe here..... how low it will get? Tip...tip...better jump off the train before it wrecks...
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    Yesterday, 03:52 PM
    Emmanuel Macron Swerves Donald Trump To Hug Angela Merkel Instead Did Emmanuel Macron just intentionally leave Donald Trump hanging? Video footage has emerged that appears to show France’s newly elected president appearing to dodge his U.S. counterpart at the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday. In the clip, Macron walks up a red carpet toward a group of world leaders. He seems to be making a beeline for Trump, whose hands are outstretched, apparently in anticipation of a warm welcome. But just feet away, Macron deftly swerves and embraces German chancellor Angela Merkel instead. He then shakes hands with other leaders, before eventually entering into another fierce handshake-off with Trump. Folks...you must watch the video to truly appreciate the "suave"move by this superb leader. As I have posted before...I don't believe there isn't any rational world leader that likes or enjoys be around of, or in the company of Donaldof Trumpler...this exemplify exactly what Donaldof really is, a clown and a Puppet placed there by the Russians and everyone around the world knows it so they don't take him seriously. And I understand why.
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    Yesterday, 04:44 AM
    FBI Russia investigation looking at Kushner role (CNN)The FBI's criminal probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election is increasingly touching on the multiple roles of senior White House adviser Jared Kushner on both the Trump campaign and the Trump transition team. Points of focus that pertain to Kushner include: the Trump campaign's 2016 data analytics operation; his relationship with former national security adviser Michael Flynn; and Kushner's own contacts with Russians, according to US officials briefed on the probe. There is no indication Kushner is currently a target of the probe and there are no allegations he committed any wrongdoing. It's not clear if the FBI plans to talk to Kushner, but investigators believe he would be able to help provide information to assist the probe. A source close to Kushner said Kushner was unaware of the FBI's interest in him and hasn't been contacted. NBC News and the Washington Post reported Thursday on the FBI's interest in Kushner. Kushner's attorney said her client is willing to talk to the FBI if asked. "Mr. Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about these meetings. He will do the same if he is contacted in connection with any other inquiry," said Jamie Gorelick, his attorney. The FBI has collected data on computer bots, programs that perform repetitive functions like searches, allegedly linked to Russia that helped target and push negative information on Hillary Clinton and positive information on Donald Trump through Facebook and other social media, the officials say. Federal investigators have been taking a closer look at the Trump campaign's data analytics operation, which was supervised by Kushner, officials say, and are examining whether Russian operatives used people associated with the campaign -- wittingly or unwittingly -- to try to help Russia's own data targeting. Kushner, the president's son-in-law, worked with and helped oversee the campaign's data operation contractors based in San Antonio, Texas. Kushner has described how, beginning last June, he began testing the use of data targeting to sell Trump merchandise. Eventually, according to a November Forbes magazine profile, the data operation helped the Trump campaign figure out where the candidate's message was resonating in states like Michigan and Wisconsin, places where conventional political wisdom suggested they would be wasting time and money. "I called somebody who works for one of the technology companies that I work with, and I had them give me a tutorial on how to use Facebook micro-targeting," Kushner told Forbes. A source connected to the data analytics group said the team has not been contacted about any Russia related probe. "We have not been contacted by anyone and don't know anything formally about an investigation," the source said. The FBI focus on Flynn also touches on Kushner because he led the presidential transition's foreign policy efforts. Kushner's impact grew during the transition, which one source says he effectively ran -- along with another campaign aide Rick Dearborn -- once New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was removed. This source says both Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump wanted Flynn in as national security adviser. A source close to Kushner denied that he pushed for Flynn. Kushner has acknowledged meeting during the transition with Russia's ambassador and separately with the head of a Russian bank. According to a source familiar with what transpired, neither meeting discussed sanctions but instead focused on establishing a backchannel to Russia's president. Those meetings are of interest to the FBI. The White House referred calls to Kushner's attorney. Folks....note how it says now "Criminal Probe"...so something really bad happened here to be called like that.....and of course...that involves Donaldof....so it is to be expected that at some point in the future...things are going to be really bad for him.....
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    Yesterday, 04:33 AM
    Newsweek Ivanka Trump's Husband, Jared Kushner, Met With Russian Officials Last Year and the FBI is Investigating Why The FBI is scrutinizing Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as part of its Russia probe, NBC News reports. Investigators are interested in Kushner's separate meetings with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and banker Sergey Gorkov in December 2016, The Washington Post reports, although the newspaper writes that Kushner has not been accused of doing anything wrong. As NBC explains Gorkov, studied at the training school for Russia's Federal Security Service, an intelligence agency known as the FSB. He is also the chairman of VneshEconomBank, which is owned by Moscow and has been sanctioned by the U.S. since mid 2014. Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser, attended the meeting with Kushner and Kislyak in December. Later that month, Kushner sent a deputy to meet with the Russian ambassador. In yet another meeting, Flynn met Kislyak one-on-one and the two discussed ending U.S. sanctions against Russia—something Flynn later reportedly misrepresented to Vice President Mike Pence. When details of their meeting leaked, Trump asked Flynn to resign. Kushner, a key White House adviser and the husband of the president's daugheer, Ivanka Trump, did not initially disclose his meetings with Kislyak or Gorkov on his security clearance forms, according to The New York Times. His lawyer said this was an accident and explained the forms would be changed to reflect the meetings. “Mr. Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about these meetings. He will do the same if he is contacted in connection with any other inquiry,” Jamie Gorelick, an attorney for Kushner, told The Post. The FBI is investigating the Trump team and Russia on a number of fronts. One involves Russia's alleged attempts to influence the U.S. election and the Trump campaign's alleged coordination with Moscow. There's also a separate probe into possible financial crimes, though the details remain murky, and yet another invesigation into Flynn's undisclosed dealings with foreign countries. Sarah Isgur Flore, a spokesperson for the Justice Department, told The Post: “I can’t confirm or deny the existence or non-existence of investigations or subjects of investigations.” The investigation into links between Trump’s campaign and Moscow is now being spearheaded by a special counsel, former FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III, while the Pentagon's top watchdog is running the Flynn probe. NBC News reports that Kushner is "in a different category" from Flynn and former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who have received grand jury subpoenas. It's unclear if federal investigators have requested any records from him.
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    Yesterday, 04:30 AM
    Politics Leaders Of Senate Russia Probe Given 'Blanket Authority' To Issue Subpoenas WASHINGTON ― The Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday voted unanimously to give its leaders “blanket authority” to issue any subpoena they deem appropriate in their investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election and possible ties between Moscow and President Donald Trump’s campaign. Under regular committee rules, Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and ranking member Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) could only issue subpoenas after a full committee vote on the matter. Thursday’s vote, however, allows the two leaders to act jointly without the approval of their fellow members ― thus speeding up the process. On Wednesday, the committee issued two new subpoenas specifically targeting former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s businesses, Flynn Intel LLC and Flynn Intel Inc. Flynn was fired earlier this year over failing to disclose that he had had conversations with Russian officials prior to Trump’s inauguration. Burr and Warner maintained that Flynn’s decision to assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination does not apply to his businesses and documents, adding he could be subject to a contempt charge if he doesn’t turn over the materials. “We would like to hear from Gen. Flynn,” Burr told reporters on Wednesday. “We’d like to see his documents. We’d like him to tell his story because he publicly said, ‘I’ve got a story to tell.’ We’re allowing him that opportunity.”
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    Yesterday, 04:21 AM
    Just to point out a difference here...and a Common Denominator.... Everyone around Donaldof seems to get in the worst mood....I mean....look at the Pope !! Who would imagine the Pope would have the look of someone who wants to choke Donaldof...but he did had the look....and .... NO SMILES !!!! Then look at Merkel...When Merkel met Donaldof....NO SMILES !! ( I can only guess Donaldof striking resemblance of Adolf Hitler may have cause consternation ) BUT.. AND SO FOLKS....THERE IS ONLY ONE COMMON DENOMINATOR....ONE WHO NO ONE WANTS TO BE AROUND WITH, ONE WHO EVERYONE WANTS TO STAY AWAY FROM LIKE A SKUNK ON YOUR LAP....AND THAT ONE IS DONALDOF TRUMPLER....PICTURES DON'T LIE...
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