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M.N. Many people, including his own Secretary of State, called Mr. Trump an idiot. So what? This name calling does not, in and by itself, make him necessarily an idiot, no more and no less than his name-callers are themselves.
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Bashing Mueller won’t make the Russia probe go away – Los Angeles Times


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Bashing Mueller won’t make the Russia probe go away
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Trump is now facing the Hobson’s choice of allowing Mueller’s investigation to continue, thereby almost certainly exposing a boatload of Trump’s questionable financial dealings, which could provide grounds for impeachment, or firing Mueller and hoping  
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Republicans ratchet up Mueller criticism
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Facebook: Just three Russian Brexit ads found by inquiry – BBC News


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A Brief Trip to Green-Wood
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The Early Edition: December 13, 2017 – Just Security

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The Public Isnt Buying It: Confidence in the FBI is Very High

Memo to the President: Your your attacks on the FBI arent working.

President Trump has apparently decided that attacking federal law enforcement is a good defense strategy in LAffaire Russe. Conservative media outlets have picked up the cry, devoting hours of air time to the absurd proposition that the FBI is corrupt and biased in favor of Hillary Clintonand against the President.

The other day, curious about the impact of such attacks on public opinion, we put a very simple poll in the field using Google Surveys. It asked one question, polled between December 5-7: 

The answer was striking:

The average confidence rating for the FBI in this poll measured in at 3.34. That  to any other institution we poll on, save the military, which had an average confidence score of 3.78. The question polled here is subtly different from our other polls, which measure confidence in institutions as protectors of national security. This one asks about confidence in generalon the theory that the Presidents attacks on the Bureau have been general attacks, not limited to the national security function. That said, the FBIs rating was notably higher than the next highest institution, the intelligence community more broadly, which had an average confidence measure of 3.04. Forty-seven percent of respondents give the FBI higher confidence ratings, either 4 or 5. And fully 74 percent repose at least some confidence in the Bureauthat is, give it at least a rating of 3. By contrast, only 26 percent give the FBI lower confidence ratings, that is a rating of only 1 or 2.

We dont know what these numbers would have looked like before the President began his attacks. But support for the Bureau appears very strong. If hes going to defend himself by tearing down the FBI, Trump has his work cut out for him.

Methodology

For this survey, we once again used , which is supporting this public opinion project with a large in-kind donation of access to its survey platform to ask a variety of questions related to national security. Respondents are internet users over 18 who answer surveywall questions on websites that use Google Opinion Rewards for Publishers to access content. Surveys appear on a network of more than 1,500 sites, including USA Today and the Financial Times. For more information on Google Surveys methodology, including questions regarding sampling bias and inferred demographics, please see  on the topic. Emma Kohse and Benjamin Wittes also discussed criticisms and advantages of the Google Surveys methodology at some length .

The Early Edition: December 13, 2017

Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Heres todays news.

NORTH KOREA

The U.S. is ready to talk with North Korea without preconditions, but only after a period of quiet, Tillerson said yesterday at the Atlantic Council, noting that it would be unrealistic to call for talks with North Korea based on them coming to the table ready to give up their program comments that seemingly demonstrate a shift in U.S. policy toward North Korea. Nicole Gaouette and Joshua Berlinger report at CNN.

The Presidents views on North Korea have not changed, the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement responding to Tillersons comments. Josh Delk reports at the Hill.

Trump has been pushing for China to rein in North Korea and cut the oil off, Tillerson said yesterday, Demetri Sevastopulo and Katrina Manson reporting at the Financial Times.

Tillerson also ruled out a containment strategy for North Korea, saying that Pyongyang would use its nuclear weapons as a deterrent and for commercial activity, and that the U.S. had already seen elements of nuclear technology sales in the marketplace. Paul Sonne reports at the Wall Street Journal.

The U.N. undersecretary for political affairs, Jeffrey Feltman, emphasized the urgent need to prevent miscalculation and reduce the risk of conflict in comments yesterday following his recent trip to North Korea to meet with top officials, saying that he had told the North Koreans that they need to signal that theyre willing now to go in a different direction. Edith M. Lederer reports at the AP.

Feltman said he believed he left the door ajar for future talks when he met with officials in Pyongyang, adding that though North Korea did not make any kind of commitment to talks, he fervently hopes that the door to a negotiated solution will now be opened wide. Michelle Nichols reports at Reuters.

North Koreas scientists and workers would continue manufacturing more latest weapons and equipment, the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said yesterday, according to the state K.C.N.A. news agency, Reuters reporting.

ISRAEL-PALESTINE

The Palestinian people will not accept a role for the U.S. in the peace Middle East peace process from now on, the Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas said today, calling Trumps recent decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israels capital a crime. Zeynep Bilginsoy and Sarah El Deeb report at the AP.

I invite all other countries supporting international law to recognize Jerusalem as the occupied capital of Palestine, the Turkish President Reçep Tayyip Erdoğan said in remarks opening the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (O.I.C.) summit in Turkey, Ali Kucukgocmen reports at Reuters.

The U.S. has never been an honest mediator and never will be, the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in a message on Twitter today, Rouhani also attended the O.I.C. meeting, Reuters reports.

It seems some countries are very timid of the United States, the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said ahead of the summit, accusing some Arab countries of issuing very weak responses to Trumps decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israels capital. Tuvan Gumrukcu and Parisa Hafezi report at Reuters.

Israeli forces carried out airstrikes in Gaza this morning and struck a compound belonging to the Palestinian Hamas militant group in Gaza in response to rocket fire toward southern Israel, according to the Israeli military. The AP reports.

Erdoğan has been aggressive in his response to Trumps decision and has threatened to cut diplomatic ties with Israel, Al Jazeera provides an overview of the Turkish presidents recent remarks on Israel and Palestine.

The relatively muted response in Palestine and the region to the change in U.S. policy reflects weariness, skepticism about the sincerity of those who have called for an uprising, or intifada, and the key issue now is what impact the announcement would have on the peace process and Americas ability to act as a broker. Rachel Elbaum observes at NBC News.

Jordan has been deeply critical of Trumps announcement despite, according to Jordanian politicians and analysts, pressure from Saudi Arabia, U.A.E. and other Arab states to accept the change in U.S. policy, however Jordan may pay the price diplomatically and economically for an apparent rift in relations with Saudi Arabia. Ali Younes provides an analysis at Al Jazeera.

Trumps announcement on Jerusalem was good for peace because it recognizes that the conventional approach to understanding the conflict has produced decades of diplomatic failure. The change in U.S. policy reinforces useful messages that Israel is here to stay; that Jews have a connection to the land and are not foreigners or crusaders; that U.S. and Israel have a strong relationship; and that the U.S. has a key role to play in Arab-Israeli diplomacy. Douglas J. Feith writes at Foreign Policy.

TRUMP-RUSSIA

Top F.B.I. agent Peter Strzok and F.B.I. lawyer Lisa Page exchanged texts calling Trump an idiot and a menace, Strzok was part of special counsel Robert Muellers team investigating the Russian interference in the 2016 election but was removed from his post in the summer, and a Justice Department watchdog has launched an inquiry into the texts. Brent Kendall and Aruna Viswanatha report at the Wall Street Journal.

The F.B.I. Director Christopher Wray declined to discuss the texts during testimony last week citing the ongoing investigation, but said that he would hold people accountable after there has been an appropriate investigation. Michael S. Schmidt, Matt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman report at the New York Times.

Strzok and Page played an important role in the investigation of Hillary Clintons use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, Devlin Barrett reports at the Washington Post.

The House Intelligence Committee interviewed Trumps former campaign adviser Sam Clovis yesterday in a closed session, two Democratic lawmakers confirmed, Clovis has been under scrutiny after reports that he had encouraged a campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, to arrange a meeting between Trump campaign officials and Russian officials. Olivia Beavers reports at the Hill.

Mueller yesterday completed interviews with current and former White House witnesses which were part of his initial request, according to the White House lawyer Ty Cobb, the specific witnesses have not been named and it is unclear whether Mueller will seek follow-up interviews. Darren Samuelsohn reports at POLITICO.

Russia interfered in the U.S.s democratic processes, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in a closed-door meeting with U.S. diplomats yesterday, taking a different line to the president who has decried the Russia investigations as fake news. Spencer Ackerman reveals at The Daily Beast.

The office of the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff (Calif.) has denied that he or his staff leaked non-public information about Donald Trump Jr.s testimony last week, defending the decision to inform the public of a witness noncooperation. Kyle Cheney reports at POLITICO.

IRAQ

There must be an effort to remove the grassroots of the Islamic State group in the region, the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told reporters yesterday, warning that the extremist group has an unfortunately ability to recruit young people very quickly. The AP reports.

U.S. and Iraqi officials have expressed concerns about consolidating the victory against the Islamic State group in Iraq, noting that reconstruction and stability are urgently needed to prevent the terrorists from making a comeback. Michael R. Gordon reports at the Wall Street Journal.

U.S.-led airstrikes continue. U.S. and coalition forces carried out 18 airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria and Iraq between December 4 and December 7. [Central Command]

IRAN

A Congressional deadline for re-imposing sanctions on Iran will be allowed to pass without action this week, congressional and White House aides said yesterday, meaning the decision would revert back to Trump, who must take a decision in mid-January whether continue to waive sanctions on Iran as part of the 2015 nuclear agreement. Patricia Zengerle reports at Reuters.

Im semi-hopeful we may be successful, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said yesterday, referring to a possible agreement between Congress and the White House on legislation relating to the Iran nuclear deal. Rebecca Kheel reports at the Hill.

YEMEN

At least 15 people have been killed and more than 30 wounded in suspected Saudi-led coalition airstrikes in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, according to Yemeni Houthi rebel officials. Ahmed Al-Haj reports at the AP.

Russia has suspended its diplomatic presence in Yemen due to the situation in Sanaa, Russias R.I.A. news agency reported yesterday, saying that some diplomatic staff would temporarily be working from the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Al Jazeera reports.

A public display of the U.S.s evidence that Iran is providing missiles to the Houthi rebels in Yemen is set to be unveiled by the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley at the Defense Intelligence Agency headquarters, according to officials. Courtney Kube, Carol E. Lee and Robert Windrem report at NBC News.

SYRIA

Russian and Syrian forces carried out bombing in southern Aleppo province and in the Damascus countryside yesterday, killing civilians in both locations, according to activists and a correspondent. Al Jazeera reports.

U.S. officials have challenged Russian President Vladimir Putins characterization of the war in Syria, saying that his declaration of victory against the Islamic State group was premature and a White House National Security spokesperson expressed skepticism about the ability of Syria to achieve peace and stability once the remaining Islamic State militants have been defeated. Phil Stewart reports at Reuters.

The Syrian opposition delegation has called for direct talks with representatives of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad at the U.N.-backed Geneva talks, Al Jazeera reports.

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS

Trump signed a nearly $700bn annual defense policy bill yesterday, the president said the signing of the bill accelerates the process of fully restoring Americas military might. Rebecca Kheel reports at the Hill.

Federal charges have been brought against Akayed Ullah, who has been accused of the attempted suicide bombing in central New York on Monday. Joseph Ax and Brendan Pierson report at Reuters.

A U.S. airstrike targeted an al-Shabaab vehicle laden with explosives in Somalia yesterday, the U.S. Africa Command said in a statement, Ellen Mitchell reporting at the Hill.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson engaged in an outreach effort yesterday to try and dampen criticism of his reorganization of the State Department and his management style, seeking to change the narrative about him amid rumors that he is soon to leave his position. Carol Morello reports at the Washington Post.

The future of five Guantánamo Bay prisoners cleared by the U.S. to leave the base are in doubt as the Trump administration has not released any prisoners and not added any to the list of cleared to go home. Ben Fox reports at the AP.

The International Criminal Court (I.C.C.) Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda called on the U.N. Security Council to prioritize action on the outstanding warrants of arrest issued by the Court, noting that the Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has recently travelled to countries and was not arrested. The U.N. News Centre reports.

The lack of progress toward parliamentary elections in Afghanistan has raised fears that the government would collapse despite Western officials efforts to support President Ashraf Ghani, the continuing instability could undermine the security situation and the ability to combat the Taliban and the Islamic State group. Mujib Mashal explains at the New York Times.

The isolation of Qatar by Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., Egypt and Bahrain does not undermine Americas core interests in the Middle East and military cooperation, the U.S. should let the Gulf countries battle politically over extremist ideologies. Jonathan Schanzer writes at the Wall Street Journal.

Senior FBI agent removed from Mueller’s team repeatedly called Trump ‘an idiot’ – ABC News


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An old letter sheds light on FBI’s malice toward Martin Luther King Jr.
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The secret letter was tucked inside the pages of an old book. It had been written by FBI director J. Edgar Hoover to a top lieutenant, condemning civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. It was Nov. 19, 1964, and Hoover the previous day had assailed 

The Public Isn’t Buying It: Confidence in the FBI is Very High – Lawfare (blog)


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The Public Isn’t Buying It: Confidence in the FBI is Very High
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President Trump has apparently decided that attacking federal law enforcement is a good defense strategy in L’Affaire Russe. Conservative media outlets have picked up the cry, devoting hours of air time to the absurd proposition that the FBI is corrupt

M.N. Many people, including his own Secretary of State, called Mr. Trump an idiot. So what? This name calling does not, in and by itself, make him necessarily an idiot, no more and no less than his name-callers are themselves.

M.N. Many people, including his own Secretary of State, called Mr. Trump “an idiot”. So what? This name calling does not, in and by itself, make him necessarily “an idiot”, no more and no less than his name-callers are themselves, and this is not necessarily a sign of the name-caller’s in question implied or assumed … Continue reading“M.N. Many people, including his own Secretary of State, called Mr. Trump “an idiot”. So what? This name calling does not, in and by itself, make him necessarily “an idiot”, no more and no less than his name-callers are themselves. “
M.N.: I do not really think that there is a need for the second special counsel. Just investigate the FBI, and the DOJ, if indicated.

M.N.: I do not really think that there is a need for the “second special counsel”. Just investigate the FBI, and the DOJ, if indicated. American Spectator Trump’s lawyers want second special counsel as Republicans turn up the heat on Mueller investigation Los Angeles Times They cite financial contributions to Democrats by some of Mueller’s team of prosecutors, the transfer of … Continue reading“M.N.: I do not really think that there is a need for the “second special counsel”. Just investigate the FBI, and the DOJ, if indicated. “
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WASHINGTON (AP) People close to Michael Flynn are describing the emotional pressures he faced this past year as special counsel Robert Mueller closed in on him and also investigated his son. President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser 

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Public Confidence in the Mueller Investigations and Other Russia Investigations
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In late November, as part of our monthly tracking of confidence in institutions engaged in national security activities, we polled for the second month on the question of How much confidence do you have in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s fairness and

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GOP congressman to Trump: Mueller probe ‘infected with bias … – Politico


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Rep. Matt
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Gaetz said he issued the warning during a flight on Air Force One with Trump ahead of a Friday evening rally in Pensacola.
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4:06 PM 12/12/2017 Former police officer argues FBI pushed him to support terrorism Washington Post

Mike Novas Shared NewsLinks Handcuffs are the solution to the FBI problems! Not for the criminals whom they cannot catch because they are not capable of solving their crimes, but for themselves, for the years of abuse of power, lying to the American people pic.twitter.com/nVviEklIuq Putin Ordered Theft Of Clintons Emails From DNC, Russian Hacker … Continue reading“4:06 PM 12/12/2017 – Former police officer argues FBI pushed him to support terrorism Washington Post”
Luke Harding on Trump, Russia, and Collusion | The Nation

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If the FBI can’t protect us from criminals, who can? – Dallas News


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Trump’s lawyers want second special counsel as Republicans turn up the heat on Mueller investigation
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They cite financial contributions to Democrats by some of Mueller’s team of prosecutors, the transfer of a senior FBI agent who had sent what were said to be anti-Trump texts to a colleague, and other controversies as evidence that the probe is fatally 
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