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Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

Yep, Russia is a "major player" in trying to influence other countries' elections, so it sure is reasonable that trump, his campaign, and his "staffers" would "have contact" ............. and they most certainly did.


Try dealing with what was actually posted - Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

Is there anything in that you see as out of order.


Mueller saw things "out of order" with it and so does everyone but trump supporters and they are a small minority.


Mueller isn't posting here. What do YOU find wrong with the President and his staff having contacts with world leaders?


You proved my point, only trump supporters see nothing wrong with what trump has done. Thank goodness they are a small minority.

 

You missed the question. You seem to prefer to talk about other posters rather than the issues under discussion.


 

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

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Yep, he asked Russia to "find the emails" and they were released almost immediately. Some "business" alright !


Whenever I see something like that I wonder if the poster really has no sense of humor or knows the truth and is just playing a game. It is also important to remember what emails he is talking about before getting all sanctimonious about his action.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b71f2eYdTc


There is no "humor" in a presidential candidate asking the Russians to assist in slandering an opponent. There is also no humor in anyone accepting or supporting such a thing. That is "the truth".


   How is suggesting that help is need in getting Hillary to comply with the suboena(sic) on those documents "slandering an opponent". He was expressing, in a light hearted way, the reality that Hillary was not complying with the law.

 

Do you find her actions acceptable?


Hillary broke no laws.  Nothing "lighthearted" about inviting the Russians (an enemy of our State) to participate in slandering a candidate in our presidential election. Nothing "lighthearted" about the Russians hacking into some of our state voter data bases and hacking into the DNC. Nothing "lighthearted" about Russia and Putin helping get someone beholding to them into America's presidency.


If he was conspiring with the Russians and wanted help, surely he would have found a better way to solicit it than a public, recorded request.

 

Hillary did break laws and it was downplayed by Strzok's rewrite (at Lynch's direction) and Comey's "he couldn't prove she meant to" silliness.

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rk9152:  Businessman Trump did business with interests in Russia - totally legal and makes it reasonable that he and his employees would have contact. Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That may be your take on what happened, but this is much closer to what the rest of us think. Nothing "normal" at all about Trump's actions and they won't be excused as normal beyond his base.

 

 

 

Tom NicholsVerified account @RadioFreeTom Apr 20

The Russians attacked the election. The Trump campaign, right up to the top, thought that was awesome. They greeted it with "how can we work this" instead of "call the FBI." They lied, and lied, and lied some more. Amazing that the media got *any* of it right faced with that.



@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  Businessman Trump did business with interests in Russia - totally legal and makes it reasonable that he and his employees would have contact. Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That may be your take on what happened, but this is much closer to what the rest of us think. Nothing "normal" at all about Trump's actions and they won't be excused as normal beyond his base.

 

 

 

Tom NicholsVerified account @RadioFreeTom Apr 20

The Russians attacked the election. The Trump campaign, right up to the top, thought that was awesome. They greeted it with "how can we work this" instead of "call the FBI." They lied, and lied, and lied some more. Amazing that the media got *any* of it right faced with that.


I think you have that backwards. The FBI supposedly got hold  information about Russian interference in the election and instead of informing the Trump campaign, they used the information to place spies within the campaign.


No it is you who have it backwards. Our Intel got information from other countries Intel plus their own and it involved members of Trumps circle dealing with Russia which was passed on to the FBI. The FBI had also picked up info in their surveillance of Russians in the US who were dealing with people close to Trump. Read what Cohen has told us, and even what Trump has told us, plus the Mueller report lays it out. An example is Jerrod trying to set up a back channel to Russia using the Russian embassy in DC. The Russian amb. reported that back to Hqs. and we do monitor what he tells his bosses. Now who were the spies placed in the Trump campaign by the FBI. Full details on what they did, and how they did it.


Fusion GPS is not part of the government. And yes, people close to businessman Trump worked commercially in and with Russia.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 

 

Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

Yep, Russia is a "major player" in trying to influence other countries' elections, so it sure is reasonable that trump, his campaign, and his "staffers" would "have contact" ............. and they most certainly did.


Try dealing with what was actually posted - Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

Is there anything in that you see as out of order.


Mueller saw things "out of order" with it and so does everyone but trump supporters and they are a small minority.


Mueller isn't posting here. What do YOU find wrong with the President and his staff having contacts with world leaders?


You proved my point, only trump supporters see nothing wrong with what trump has done. Thank goodness they are a small minority.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:


Yep, he asked Russia to "find the emails" and they were released almost immediately. Some "business" alright !


Whenever I see something like that I wonder if the poster really has no sense of humor or knows the truth and is just playing a game. It is also important to remember what emails he is talking about before getting all sanctimonious about his action.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b71f2eYdTc


There is no "humor" in a presidential candidate asking the Russians to assist in slandering an opponent. There is also no humor in anyone accepting or supporting such a thing. That is "the truth".


   How is suggesting that help is need in getting Hillary to comply with the suboena(sic) on those documents "slandering an opponent". He was expressing, in a light hearted way, the reality that Hillary was not complying with the law.

 

Do you find her actions acceptable?


Hillary broke no laws.  Nothing "lighthearted" about inviting the Russians (an enemy of our State) to participate in slandering a candidate in our presidential election. Nothing "lighthearted" about the Russians hacking into some of our state voter data bases and hacking into the DNC. Nothing "lighthearted" about Russia and Putin helping get someone beholding to them into America's presidency.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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@rk9152 wrote:

@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  Businessman Trump did business with interests in Russia - totally legal and makes it reasonable that he and his employees would have contact. Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That may be your take on what happened, but this is much closer to what the rest of us think. Nothing "normal" at all about Trump's actions and they won't be excused as normal beyond his base.

 

 

 

Tom NicholsVerified account @RadioFreeTom Apr 20

The Russians attacked the election. The Trump campaign, right up to the top, thought that was awesome. They greeted it with "how can we work this" instead of "call the FBI." They lied, and lied, and lied some more. Amazing that the media got *any* of it right faced with that.



@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  Businessman Trump did business with interests in Russia - totally legal and makes it reasonable that he and his employees would have contact. Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That may be your take on what happened, but this is much closer to what the rest of us think. Nothing "normal" at all about Trump's actions and they won't be excused as normal beyond his base.

 

 

 

Tom NicholsVerified account @RadioFreeTom Apr 20

The Russians attacked the election. The Trump campaign, right up to the top, thought that was awesome. They greeted it with "how can we work this" instead of "call the FBI." They lied, and lied, and lied some more. Amazing that the media got *any* of it right faced with that.


I think you have that backwards. The FBI supposedly got hold  information about Russian interference in the election and instead of informing the Trump campaign, they used the information to place spies within the campaign.


No it is you who have it backwards. Our Intel got information from other countries Intel plus their own and it involved members of Trumps circle dealing with Russia which was passed on to the FBI. The FBI had also picked up info in their surveillance of Russians in the US who were dealing with people close to Trump. Read what Cohen has told us, and even what Trump has told us, plus the Mueller report lays it out. An example is Jerrod trying to set up a back channel to Russia using the Russian embassy in DC. The Russian amb. reported that back to Hqs. and we do monitor what he tells his bosses. Now who were the spies placed in the Trump campaign by the FBI. Full details on what they did, and how they did it.

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@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  Businessman Trump did business with interests in Russia - totally legal and makes it reasonable that he and his employees would have contact. Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That may be your take on what happened, but this is much closer to what the rest of us think. Nothing "normal" at all about Trump's actions and they won't be excused as normal beyond his base.

 

 

 

Tom NicholsVerified account @RadioFreeTom Apr 20

The Russians attacked the election. The Trump campaign, right up to the top, thought that was awesome. They greeted it with "how can we work this" instead of "call the FBI." They lied, and lied, and lied some more. Amazing that the media got *any* of it right faced with that.



@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:  Businessman Trump did business with interests in Russia - totally legal and makes it reasonable that he and his employees would have contact. Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That may be your take on what happened, but this is much closer to what the rest of us think. Nothing "normal" at all about Trump's actions and they won't be excused as normal beyond his base.

 

 

 

Tom NicholsVerified account @RadioFreeTom Apr 20

The Russians attacked the election. The Trump campaign, right up to the top, thought that was awesome. They greeted it with "how can we work this" instead of "call the FBI." They lied, and lied, and lied some more. Amazing that the media got *any* of it right faced with that.


I think you have that backwards. The FBI supposedly got hold  information about Russian interference in the election and instead of informing the Trump campaign, they used the information to place spies within the campaign.

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IMHO, Mueller is a decent and honorable man who knew Donny's toady AG would never continue the investigation and if Donny's Treasonous family were indicted, donny would issue blanket pardons.

 

So he gave all the information needed to send the Trump Family Traitors to the House of Many Doors AFTER We the People get the ToadPOTUS our of office.

 

Ball's in our court - now we need to concentrate on removing donny at the ballot box and THEN sending the infantile twit to jail.

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rk9152:  Businessman Trump did business with interests in Russia - totally legal and makes it reasonable that he and his employees would have contact. Russia is a major player on the world scene so it is only reasonable that President Trump and his staffers would have contact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That may be your take on what happened, but this is much closer to what the rest of us think. Nothing "normal" at all about Trump's actions and they won't be excused as normal beyond his base.

 

 

 

Tom NicholsVerified account @RadioFreeTom Apr 20

The Russians attacked the election. The Trump campaign, right up to the top, thought that was awesome. They greeted it with "how can we work this" instead of "call the FBI." They lied, and lied, and lied some more. Amazing that the media got *any* of it right faced with that.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@john258 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:


Yep, he asked Russia to "find the emails" and they were released almost immediately. Some "business" alright !


Whenever I see something like that I wonder if the poster really has no sense of humor or knows the truth and is just playing a game. It is also important to remember what emails he is talking about before getting all sanctimonious about his action.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b71f2eYdTc


There is no "humor" in a presidential candidate asking the Russians to assist in slandering an opponent. There is also no humor in anyone accepting or supporting such a thing. That is "the truth".


How is suggesting that help is need in getting Hillary to comply with the suboena on those documents "slandering an opponent". He was expressing, in a light hearted way, the reality that Hillary was not complying with the law.

 

Do you find her actions acceptable?


Simple answer. Yes. We were told so by the FBI and JD after they investigated it. Now Trump has broken the law. We have seen him named as a co conspirator to his lawyer Michael Cohen, and Cohen is on his way to jail. Mueller laid out 10 cases where Trump broke the law and should be tried. Mueller even laid out the cases that can be used in court or in Congress. The courts and Mueller have given us proof Trump was not complying with the law. LOCK HIM UP.


Yes, the corrupted elements of the DoJ that developed a "Plan B" to stymie Trump also covered up her actions by changing the wording in their report.

 

But the question is - do YOU find it acceptable to destroy emails under subpoena?


We got our answer from the FBI and JD yes. Once again the far right prove the experts correct on what they have told us about them. Now we have reached that point again. You know the drill.

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