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Sen Intel Cmte witness: "Trump Is A Tool"

Cyber expert drops Senate intel bombshell: Russia targets Trump with fake news because he’ll repeat it


New cover of the The Economist: "The Trump Presidency So Far"


WH officials gave Nunes intel-& Trump team wasn't monitored-it was foreigners talking about them

Trump White House officials gave Nunes the intel—& Trump team wasn't monitored; it was foreigners talking about them


The WH gave intel to Devin Nunes.. so Devin Nunes could turn around and pretend to brief the WH on that intel. Stunningly dishonest.

Trump voters flip flop on claims of 'bus loads' of illegal voters

Stunning exchange at Senate Intel:

Stunning exchange at Senate Intel:

Q: GOP Sen - ‘Why do #Russia active measures work?

A: @selectedwisdom - “Because #Trump embraces them



Canary Carnage

Quite simply, i hate him and everything he stoops for...


Oh my, Comey: "We don't care who "Is gored by our work."


BBC: Trump Russia dossier key claim 'verified'


The BBC has learned that US officials "verified" a key claim in a report about Kremlin involvement in Donald Trump's election - that a Russian diplomat in Washington was in fact a spy.


If anyone looks like a harmless economist, rather than a tough, arrogant KGB man, it is the bland-faced Kalugin.

But sources I know and trust have told me the US government identified Kalugin as a spy while he was still at the embassy.

It is not clear if the American intelligence agencies already believed this when they got Steele's report on the "diplomat", as early as May 2016.

But it is a judgment they made using their own methods, outside the dossier.


TPM: Senate Intel Committees Russia Probe - Whether Trump was involved is the probes core question

Whether Trump was involved is the probe’s core question

Asked if there was evidence of “direct links” suggesting the President played any role in Russia’s interference, Burr said that was the ultimate question the committee would seek to answer.

“We know that our challenge is to answer that question for the American people in our conclusions to this investigation,” said Burr, who noted that he voted for Trump in November.

He and Warner also said it was too early to definitively reject coordination between Trump’s campaign team and Russian officials, saying they would “let this process go through before we form any opinions.”


Committee has more access to classified information than it had in previous probes

The senators said the classified information they have been able to access far exceeded what was available to them during their investigation of the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.

Seven committee staffers assigned to sift through thousands of intelligence documents have access to information typically only available to the most senior members of Congress, known as the Gang of Eight, the senators said.

“That is unprecedented in the history of the committee,” Burr said, adding that this makes it easier for the committee to determine who needs to be interviewed.

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