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Woman arrested for laundering money to ISIS through Bitcoin
Trump declares support for law enforcement at FBI graduation
News Wrap: Sessions defends FBI after Trump criticism
Do men look good in a string bikini? (1977)
PBS NewsHour full episode December 15, 2017
Former FBI official: Comey let politics creep into process
Former agent agrees with Trump that FBI is in ‘tatters’
Trump Reasserts No Collusion with Russia
Trump Says Russia ‘Not Helping’ On North Korea; Russia Fires Back – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Fox’s Lou Dobbs: We have the most corrupt FBI and DOJ in our country’s history investigating Trump – Media Matters for America
America’s chaotic, crazy, challenging, great, tumultuous, horrible, disappointing year – Allentown Morning Call
How we know Donald Trump is going down
Trump to accuse China of ‘economic aggression’ – Financial Times
The Real Russia Scandal – New York Times
How we know Donald Trump is going down
A healthy Republican Party can only be built atop the ruins – Kansas City Star (blog)
Roger Stone beats defamation case brought by political foe – New York Post
The three crucial Trump-Russia stories you missed this week
Justice Inspector General – Patriot Post
Unlike Nixon, Trump will not go quietly – Brunswick News
British Intervention Into 2016 US Election – Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)
felix sater – Google News: News Blog – North Coast Journal (blog)
News Blog – North Coast Journal (blog)
Trump Bashes FBI Russia Probe, Leaves Open Possible Flynn Pardon – Voice of America
As social media companies soar, former insiders among the fiercest critics

 

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Woman arrested for laundering money to ISIS through Bitcoin

From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 02:57

Feds: Woman laundered money to people in China, Pakistan and Turkey, then planned to travel to Syria.

Trump declares support for law enforcement at FBI graduation

From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 03:46

The president reiterated his backing despite slamming the agency for apparent bias in the Clinton email investigation and ongoing Russia probe; Kevin Corke has more for ‘Special Report.’

News Wrap: Sessions defends FBI after Trump criticism

From: PBSNewsHour
Duration: 05:17

In our news wrap Friday, President Trump launched fresh criticism at the FBI, saying, “we’re going to rebuild” the agency, before speaking to its training academy graduates and striking a different tone. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he didnt hold the presidents view. Also, a federal judge will release former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort from house arrest once he meets conditions.

Do men look good in a string bikini? (1977)

From: NewsOnABC
Duration: 03:44

From This Day Tonight aired on October 12th, 1977, reporter Sue Faulkner asks beachgoers and fashion experts their opinion on the racy new style of beachwear for men, the male string bikini. Is it too much or too little?

PBS NewsHour full episode December 15, 2017

From: PBSNewsHour
Duration: 54:07

Friday on the NewsHour, Republicans on the verge of a tax cut agreement make final deals in an aggressive push to get it done before the holidays. How will it affect national debt? Also: What U.S. officials are signaling to North Korea, Shields and Brooks analyze the news, reviewing some of the best movies of 2017 and using poetry as a gateway to reading.

Former FBI official: Comey let politics creep into process

From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 05:24

Former FBI deputy assistant director Danny Coulson speaks out about allegations of bias within the FBI on ‘The Story.’

Former agent agrees with Trump that FBI is in ‘tatters’

From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 06:08

Former FBI official Kevin Brock weighs in on ‘Fox News @ Night.’

Trump Reasserts No Collusion with Russia

From: VOAvideo
Duration: 02:08

President Donald Trump on Friday again attacked the investigations looking into alleged collusion between his election campaign and Russia. This comes as some of his allies, including Republicans in Congress, would like to see a special counsel appointed to look into what they allege is political bias by federal investigators. VOA White House Bureau Chief Steve Herman reports.
Originally published at – https://www.voanews.com/a/trump-reasserts-no-collusion-with-russia/4166014.html

Trump Says Russia ‘Not Helping’ On North Korea; Russia Fires Back – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty


RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Trump Says Russia ‘Not Helping’ On North Korea; Russia Fires Back
RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
U.S. President Donald Trump said he has sought Russia’s help in resolving the crisis over North Korea’s nuclear weapons program but he is not satisfied with Russia’s efforts. Shortly after Trump made his remarks to reporters at the White House on
Trump says Russia not helping with North KoreaNK News
Trump
 : Russia not helping on North Korea
Guardian (blog)
Trump dodges question on talks with N. KoreaThe Korea Herald

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Fox’s Lou Dobbs: We have the most corrupt FBI and DOJ in our country’s history investigating Trump – Media Matters for America


Media Matters for America
Fox’s Lou Dobbs: We have the most corrupt FBI and DOJ in our country’s history investigating Trump
Media Matters for America
Louie, some things you might have either missed or simply ignored in your false claim that the “FBI and DOJ are corrupt.” An agent and a lawyer were exchanging text messages which expressed their political opinions – that is not a crime. They are still

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America’s chaotic, crazy, challenging, great, tumultuous, horrible, disappointing year – Allentown Morning Call


Allentown Morning Call
America’s chaotic, crazy, challenging, great, tumultuous, horrible, disappointing year
Allentown Morning Call
Americans reacted to intelligence reports about Russia’s attempted election meddling and special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation with steady concern and sharp criticism of Trump and his campaign associates, all colored heavily by partisanship. A 

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How we know Donald Trump is going down

If you listen to nearly anyone in the media this week, on the left or right, you’ll get the impression that Donald Trump is about to magically fire Robert Mueller (even though he can’t do that), and as a result Trump will magically be off the hook for his criminal antics (even though it doesn’t work that way). But here in the real world, it’s never been more clear that Trump is going down. In fact it’s Trump himself who’s showing us why he’ll go down.

Just today, Trump tepidly floated the idea that maybe he’ll consider pardoning Michael Flynn at some point. This might have been a smart move on his part, six months ago. By now Flynn has already legally committed himself to a plea deal, and he’s turned over incriminating evidence against Trump and other big fish. Because Trump is hesitant and indecisive by nature, he blew the opportunity to save himself with a Flynn pardon a long time ago. This is part of a larger pattern.

This fall, Trump had the opportunity to try to get Robert Mueller fired back before any arrests got underway. It would have been a convoluted process, and there’s a strong chance it would have backfired on him, but he did have a window of opportunity. However now that four of his own people have been arrested and two of them have cut a deal, he doesn’t have a fraction of the political muscle required to get away with it. As we’ve previously explained, the Republican Party is only making noise about Mueller so it can make the case to Trump’s base that it tried to stop Mueller.

Once the public figures out that Donald Trump isn’t about to fire Robert Mueller, the media will move on to claiming that Trump is about to start a war as a distraction from his scandal. But again, it’s far too late for Trump to get away with starting a needless war; that window closed months ago. Trump is hesitant and tepid by nature, and he’s not a man of action until it’s far too late to matter. It’s how we know he’s going down.

The post How we know Donald Trump is going down appeared first on Palmer Report.

Trump to accuse China of ‘economic aggression’ – Financial Times


Financial Times
Trump to accuse China of ‘economic aggression’
Financial Times
Donald Trump will accuse China of engaging in economic aggression when he unveils his national security strategy on Monday, in a strong sign that he has become frustrated at his inability to use his bond with China’s President Xi Jinping to convince 

The Real Russia Scandal – New York Times


New York Times
The Real Russia Scandal
New York Times
In November 2006 I wrote a column for The Wall Street Journal under the headline Russia: The Enemy. It was then a controversial view. At the time, Moscow had bombed Chechnya into submission. But it hadn’t yet invaded Georgia and Ukraine. The 

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How we know Donald Trump is going down

How we know Donald Trump is going down

How we know Donald Trump is going down

It’s more of a sure thing than ever

A healthy Republican Party can only be built atop the ruins – Kansas City Star (blog)


Kansas City Star (blog)
A healthy Republican Party can only be built atop the ruins
Kansas City Star (blog)
In the end, the restoration of the Republican Party will require Republicans to lose elections. It will require Republican voters as in Alabama and (to some extent) Virginia to sit out, write in or even vote Democratic in races involving pro 
The Secret Post-Alabama Fantasy of the Anti-Trump GOP EstablishmentThe New Yorker
Alabama delivers a wake-up call to Trump’s Republican PartyMSNBC
ANALYSIS: Alabama result more about the GOP and Trump than AlabamaABC News
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Roger Stone beats defamation case brought by political foe – New York Post


New York Post
Roger Stone beats defamation case brought by political foe | New … 
New York Post
Longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone on Friday beat a defamation case by a political rival who claimed the self-described Dirty Trickster falsely portrayed him as a child molester. Five of six Manhattan Supreme Court jurors found that former New York 
Longtime
 portrayed… 
Trump associate Roger Stone cleared of defamation allegations  New York Daily News
Roger Stone wins lawsuit and is cleared of defamation chargesWashington Examiner

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The three crucial Trump-Russia stories you missed this week

There are the stories that make their way to the forefront of media coverage because they sound important in the moment or they make for good ratings. Then there are the stories that should have gotten more coverage than they did, because they’ll end up being crucial. This past week, full of noise and bombast and misdirection, was a potent reminder of that disparity. Here are the three crucial Trump-Russia stories you may have missed, and why they matter.

As per usual, the biggest news in the Trump-Russia scandal continues to arrive on Friday. This time around we received the revealing news from the Washington Post that Jared Kushner is hiring a crisis management company (link). This means he knows he’s about to be arrested, or he’s about to cut a deal, or he’s otherwise about to face a reputational crisis. In other words, even as all the noise about Mueller supposedly being fired plays out on cable television, Mueller is actually about to take down Trump’s son-in-law.

In another major development, Mueller has seized Michael Flynn’s banking records from Deutsche Bank, according to the Wall Street Journal (link). Why does this matter? Mueller already has a plea deal with Flynn. There is no need for him to continue chasing down Flynn’s every last possible transgressionunless those transgressions are going to help expose crimes committed by someone like Donald Trump or Jared Kushner. Deutsche Bank has floated questionable loans to both of those men, and it has a history of facilitating Russian money laundering. Mueller seems to think Flynn’s banking records will give him the evidence he needs against a bigger fish.

The third crucial underreported Trump-Russia story this week is that Marco Rubio and Bob Corker both basically announced their campaigns for president in 2020 on Friday (link). This means they don’t think Donald Trump will still be in office by 2020, and even if Mike Pence inherits the presidency, they don’t think he’ll survive to run as the incumbent in 2020 either. Are we looking at back to back impeachments?

The post The three crucial Trump-Russia stories you missed this week appeared first on Palmer Report.

Justice Inspector General – Patriot Post


Patriot Post
Justice Inspector General
Patriot Post
Under Barack Obama and Eric Holder, it seemed perfectly acceptable for the intelligence community and the Justice Department to be politicized and supportive of the Obama agenda, so maybe it was merely a career-enhancing move for the texters to look 
Comey edits revealed: Remarks on Clinton probe were watered down, documents showFox News

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Unlike Nixon, Trump will not go quietly – Brunswick News


Washington Post
Unlike Nixon, Trump will not go quietly
Brunswick News
… his calls were recorded, is puzzling. Second, it is said Trump obstructed justice when he fired FBI Director James Comeyfor refusing to cut slack for Flynn. But even Comey admits Trump acted within his authority. And Comey had usurped the 
Republican Trey Gowdy suggests deputy FBI director will be ousted by next weekBusiness Insider
Trump rips the FBI before speech at its training academyThe Hill
Democrats Universally Claimed Moore’s Loss to be a ‘One-Finger Salute’The Costa Rica Star

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British Intervention Into 2016 US Election – Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)

British Intervention Into 2016 US Election
Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)
According to Luke Harding, author of Collusion, Simpson specialized as a journalist on the intersection between organized crime and the Russian state. According to Harding, Steele and Simpson knew the same FBI agents, shared expertise on Russia, and 

felix sater – Google News: News Blog – North Coast Journal (blog)


North Coast Journal (blog)
News Blog
North Coast Journal (blog)
… shine a light on their extensive connections with Russia. In his initial comments given on the House floor Thursday, Huffman dedicated the time to discussing damning revelations secret meetings, business and financial entanglements, and 

 felix sater – Google News

News Blog – North Coast Journal (blog)


North Coast Journal (blog)
News Blog
North Coast Journal (blog)
It’s not that we lack evidence of TrumpRussia ties; it’s that there’s so much it makes your head spin. ‘So today, I’m beginning a moment of truth series of speeches: to point out facts that show an administration that is compromised; that not only 

Trump Bashes FBI Russia Probe, Leaves Open Possible Flynn Pardon – Voice of America


Voice of America
Trump Bashes FBI Russia Probe, Leaves Open Possible Flynn Pardon
Voice of America
The president has repeatedly called the Russia investigation a “witch hunt” being used by Democrats to explain their 2016 election loss. “There is absolutely no collusion. I didn’t make a phone call to Russia. I have nothing to do with Russia 
Trump lets off steam on a cloudy Friday in DCCNN
FBI agents involved in Russia investigation called Donald Trump an ‘idiot’The Independent
FBI agents involved in Russian Federation investigation called Donald Trump an ‘idiot’Newburgh Gazette

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As social media companies soar, former insiders among the fiercest critics

Blistering criticism of social media by two former Facebook insiders has brought a new patch of turbulence for the handful of companies that control the platforms even as their influence … Click to Continue »

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