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Russia struggles with legacy of 1917 Bolshevik Revolution
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Parsing the Russian social media ‘plot’ to elect Donald Trump: Walkom – Toronto Star
Donald Trump: Paul Manafort Offers Up Trump Tower Apartment In Bid To Get Off House Arrest
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Palmer Report: As Robert Mueller closes in, Donald Trump announces one last desperate move involving Vladimir Putin
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Robert Mueller is targeting the Trump-Russia guy who could flip on Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr
How cases of Paul Manafort and Sergei Magnitsky are linked: money laundering through Cyprus – CBC.ca
Trumpers couldn’t care less about indictments – Times-Enterprise
The Bushes father and son unload on Donald Trump in new book – USA TODAY
Will Trump and Putin Meet Soon? The US Administration Says a Big Sit-Down Could Happen Next Week – Newsweek
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McConnell: No need to pass bills to protect Mueller – Politico
3 Ways To Think About What Mattered In The Deluge Of Political News This Week – NPR
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Russia struggles with legacy of 1917 Bolshevik Revolution

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They played key roles in Russia’s 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, which triggered a civil war that killed millions, devastated the country and redrew its borders.

fbi – Google News: FBI document alleges Martin Luther King Jr. may have had child out of wedlock, held events with sex orgies – Washington Examiner

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FBI document alleges Martin Luther King Jr. may have had child out of wedlock, held events with sex orgies
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The FBI’s interest in both has already been made public, as the agency’s head at the time, J. Edgar Hoover, had the agency conduct surveillance on King during the 1960s as part of a domestic counterintelligence program. However, this document goes into …
Secret Martin Luther King document included in JFK file releaseCNN
FBI report in new JFK release claims Martin Luther King Jr had ‘all-night sex orgy’ at workshop for church ministersDaily Mail
Martin Luther King Jr. FBI Dossier Among JFK Assassination FilesTheWrap

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DOJ Official Aided Ponzi Schemer in FBI’s Probe, Lawyer Says
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A high-ranking Justice Department official tipped off disgraced hedge fund founder Stephen Maiden when he was under federal investigation in 2012, giving him advice on how to evade wiretaps and promising to help sway FBI agents, a lawyer told a …

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Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power
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Cambridge Analytica claims to be able to construct a precise psychographic profile of individuals from their social media posts, Facebook likes and internet use and says it was instrumental in Trump’s victory, identifying supporters, persuading 

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Trump Campaign Downplays Cambridge Analytica Role
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The Trump campaign on Wednesday attempted to downplay the role Cambridge Analytica played during the election, following a Daily Beast report that one of its tech gurus contacted Julian Assange to offer assistance with the Clinton email leaks.
Trump Campaign Distances Itself from Cambridge Analytica After Assange Connection SurfacesVanity Fair
The Trump campaign is scrambling to distance itself from Cambridge Analytica amid Assange-Hillary Clinton email flapBusiness Insider
Trump campaign analytics company contacted WikiLeaks about Clinton emailsCNN
The Guardian –Slate Magazine (blog) –The Independent –Daily Beast
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Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power
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Cambridge Analytica claims to be able to construct a precise psychographic profile of individuals from their social media posts, Facebook likes and internet use and says it was instrumental in Trump’s victory, identifying supporters, persuading 

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Parsing the Russian social media ‘plot’ to elect Donald Trump: Walkom – Toronto Star

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Parsing the Russian social media ‘plot’ to elect Donald Trump: Walkom. The only surefire way to insulate yourself from … letting dodgy, election-related material onto their sites. The most dramatic were ads such as one that showed Hillary Clinton 

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Donald Trump: Paul Manafort Offers Up Trump Tower Apartment In Bid To Get Off House Arrest

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Despite having three passports, his lawyers said Manafort is no “Jason Bourne.”

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Arriving in Japan, Trump projects confidence, says he’ll probably meet Putin during Asia trip

TOKYO President Trump offered a brief overview of his five-country, 12-day trip to Asia as he flew from Honolulu to Tokyo on Saturday, telling reporters that he expects to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin while abroad, plans to pressure other leaders to take a tougher stance on North Korea, and thinks he is […]

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Palmer Report: As Robert Mueller closes in, Donald Trump announces one last desperate move involving Vladimir Putin

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It was the worst kept secret, because Donald Trump has gone far too senile to keep a secret, and kept publicly hinting at it. Now, one day after he departed for his twelve day overseas trip in Asia, Trump’s White House is making it official in a press release (link): he’ll be meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin during his Asia trip. The official excuse is to discuss North Korea  but we all know damn well what this is really about.

When the week began, Special Counsel Robert Mueller arrested Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort and campaign adviser Rick Gates on criminal charges, while also announcing he already had a guilty plea from Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos. This set off a chaotic chain of events in which Trump campaign official Sam Clovis testified before a grand jury, Trump campaign adviser Carter Page voluntarily confessed to meeting with Russian officials during the election, and pretty much everyone asserted that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been lying about the Trump-Russia conspiracy the entire time.

We all know why Donald Trump is suddenly meeting with Vladimir Putin. In fact it’s now fair to ask if Trump’s entire Asia trip was put together as nothing more than an excuse to get Trump and Putin in a room alone together. That way they can discuss how to handle the Trump-Russia scandal that’s suddenly become a Trump-Russia crisis. Manafort is a Russian financial puppet who could expose all of Putin’s dealings. Manafort also knows all of Trump’s secrets.

This meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin is now set to be one of the key moments of this entire saga and perhaps of the century. The corrupt and illegitimate leaders of the United States and Russia will be desperately plotting to try to save themselves as everything collapses around them. Stay tuned.

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Agents from the San Juan field office are reportedly looking into the circumstances surrounding a disaster-recovery deal involving Whitefish, a small Montana firm.

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Saudi Arabia carries out major purge, cementing crown prince’s power
Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman: Reformer and hardliner
Trump’s five-country Asia trip begins, Putin meeting confirmed
Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power – The Times
Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: Trump Campaign Downplays Cambridge Analytica Role – Daily Beast
Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: UPDATE – Wikileaks confirms approach from Trump campaign – UpperMichigansSource.com
Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: REVEALED: Trump-backing data analytics boss asked Julian Assange to help find Hillary’s missing emails – Raw Story
Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: Trump Data Guru: I Tried to Team Up With Julian Assange – Daily Beast
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cambridge analytica – Google News: Data and Democracy: What Role Did Cambridge Analytica Play in … – Global Voices Online
Cambridge Analytica Social Media Posts in Trump and Brexit campaigns – Google News: Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power – The Times
Trump Campaign Adviser Met With Russian Officials in 2016 – New York Times
Manafort money laundering charge in Russia probe may face challenges – Reuters
As Mueller picks up pace, capital roils with talk of pardons and firing – WHYY
A brief history of Trump’s calls for Clinton to be investigated – The Hill
FBI Gives Senate Hillary Memos Over Comey’s Handling Of Clinton Email Investigation – Newsweek
Trump arrives in Japan for start of Asia tour, says he’ll likely meet with Putin – KSDK
Did ‘bots’ inflame online anger over controversial ad in Va governor’s race? – Washington Post
crime and terror – Google News: Challenging the King, Religion Falls Under Saudi’s New Anti-Terror Law – Al-Bawaba
Parsing the Russian social media ‘plot’ to elect Donald Trump: Walkom – Toronto Star
How Russia ‘Pushed Our Buttons’ With Fake Online Ads – WIRED
Two popular conservative Twitter personalities were just outed as Russian trolls – Philly.com
US Lawmakers Criticize Social Media Companies Over Russian Interference – VOA Learning English
UK Parliamentary Panel Asks Twitter For Data On Accounts Linked To Russia – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

 

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Saudi Arabia carries out major purge, cementing crown prince’s power

Saudi princes and ministers have been arrested, while two key ministers were replaced. The move further consolidates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s power.
Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman: Reformer and hardliner

He is known as “MBS” or “Mr. Everything.” As the King’s favorite son, he is in line to take power in Saudi Arabia. However, the role Mohammed bin Salman plays in Riyadh has two sides.
Trump’s five-country Asia trip begins, Putin meeting confirmed

US President Donald Trump has arrived in Japan for a marathon tour of Asia set to be dominated by the North Korean stand-off. He also confirmed talks later this week with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.
Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power – The Times


The Times
Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power
The Times
Cambridge Analytica claims to be able to construct a precise psychographic profile of individuals from their social media posts, Facebook likes and internet use and says it was instrumental in Trump’s victory, identifying supporters, persuading 

Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: Trump Campaign Downplays Cambridge Analytica Role – Daily Beast


Daily Beast
Trump Campaign Downplays Cambridge Analytica Role
Daily Beast
The Trump campaign on Wednesday attempted to downplay the role Cambridge Analytica played during the election, following a Daily Beast report that one of its tech gurus contacted Julian Assange to offer assistance with the Clinton email leaks.
Trump Campaign Distances Itself from Cambridge Analytica After Assange Connection SurfacesVanity Fair
The Trump campaign is scrambling to distance itself from Cambridge Analytica amid Assange-Hillary Clinton email flapBusiness Insider
Trump campaign analytics company contacted WikiLeaks about Clinton emailsCNN
The Guardian –Slate Magazine (blog) –The Independent –Daily Beast
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Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: UPDATE – Wikileaks confirms approach from Trump campaign – UpperMichigansSource.com


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UPDATE – Wikileaks confirms approach from Trump campaign
UpperMichigansSource.com
The editor of Wikileaks is confirming that the group was approached by a data firm working for President Donald Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election. Julian Assange says on Twitter that Cambridge Analytica reached out to his group prior to last …

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Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: REVEALED: Trump-backing data analytics boss asked Julian Assange to help find Hillary’s missing emails – Raw Story


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REVEALED: Trump-backing data analytics boss asked Julian Assange to help find Hillary’s missing emails
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Alexander Nix, the CEO of Cambridge Analytica, directly reached out to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to ask for his assistance in obtaining and publishing Hillary Clinton’s missing emails from her tenure as Secretary of State. ADVERTISING.

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Trump Data Guru: I Tried to Team Up With Julian Assange
Daily Beast
Nix, who heads Cambridge Analytica, told a third party that he reached out to Assange about his firm somehow helping the WikiLeaks editor Wikileaks founder release Clinton’s missing emails, according to two sources familiar with a congressional Congressional investigation into 

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After scuffle, army allows Hawara residents to resume picking their trees in orchard near Yitzhar settlement The post Settlers clash with Palestinians during IDF-approved olive harvest appeared first on The Times of Israel .

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05/11/17 05:46 from The Times of Israel
Authorities don’t say why Alwaleed bin Talal, whose company holds stakes in large Western firms, was scooped up in anti-corruption probe The post Billionaire prince among dozens arrested in Saudi sweep appeared first on The Times of Isra…

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My sons’ departure from Orthodoxy confronted me with what felt like a colossal Jewish parenting fail The post When my kids stopped being religious appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» How this CEO uses his ‘Israeli DNA’ to run a AR/VR company in New York
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Lyron Bentovim, CEO of The Glimpse Group, believes being Israeli helps him run his New York-based firm The post How this CEO uses his ‘Israeli DNA’ to run a AR/VR company in New York appeared first on The Times of Israel .

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BIRD Energy selects 5 projects it believes will help create a cleaner world The post US-Israel fund to invest $4.8 million in clean energy projects appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» Is Saudi Arabia pushing Israel into war with Hezbollah and Iran? 
05/11/17 05:08 from Middle East
What connects Lebanese PM Saad Hariri’s sudden resignation and Hezbollah’s assassination threat with Saudi Arabia and Israel? It’s all about Iran. But Israel must not be maneuvered by an impatient Riyadh into a premature confrontation

» Liberman urges President Rivlin to pardon Hebron shooter
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Defense minister calls clemency for Elor Azaria an issue of ‘public interest,’ says it will ‘stitch together the rips’ in Israeli society The post Liberman urges President Rivlin to pardon Hebron shooter appeared first on The Times of Is…

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Globes: Businessman is in intial talks for a stake in Israeli drugmaker; investment could help troubled firm with debt repayments The post Len Blavatnik mulls stake in Teva appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» Traditional carpet weaving in central Iraq unravels
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Hit by years of war and cheap imports, Iraqi rug makers now struggling to keep historic craft alive The post Traditional carpet weaving in central Iraq unravels appeared first on The Times of Israel .

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In first, India to take part in 11-day Blue Flag drill, aimed at improving technical skills, diplomatic cooperation The post IDF kicks off its largest-ever international aerial exercise appeared first on The Times of Israel .

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» Five additional Islamic Jihad fighters declared dead from Israel strike on Gaza tunnel
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The announcement brings the total death toll to 12; such tunnels have been used in the past to attack or capture Israelis

» Nikki Haley: Unless UN rights council reforms, US is out
05/11/17 04:03 from The Times of Israel
In speech to Israeli Americans rapping the UN, American envoy says she won’t allow repeat of Obama’s ‘betrayal’ of Israel The post Nikki Haley: Unless UN rights council reforms, US is out appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» Exit of Lebanon’s Hariri increases instability on Israel’s front with Hezbollah
05/11/17 04:02 from Middle East
Trump’s new sanctions on Hezbollah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards will hurt Lebanon’s central bank and make it hard to pay the salaries of Lebanese government workers affiliated with Hezbollah

» Mounting tensions in Syria and Gaza throw Israel into a new state of emergency
05/11/17 04:01 from Middle East
Israel’s proactive strategy on both its southern and northern fronts runs the high risk that at some point, something may go wrong

» Larry David jokes about picking up concentration camp women
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Comedian opens ‘Saturday Night Live’ with uncomfortable monologue about Hollywood sexual assault scandals, notes many of the accused are Jews The post Larry David jokes about picking up concentration camp women appeared first on The Time…

» Germany’s Continental confirms buy of Israel cybersecurity firm Argus
05/11/17 03:55 from The Times of Israel
Financial details of the deal were not disclosed but Hebrew media estimated it at $400m last week The post Germany’s Continental confirms buy of Israel cybersecurity firm Argus appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» Russia struggles with legacy of 1917 Bolshevik Revolution
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Many now see the events that led to the establishment of the Soviet Union as coming at too great a price for the nation The post Russia struggles with legacy of 1917 Bolshevik Revolution appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» Disrespecting China’s anthem can land you in prison
05/11/17 03:37 from The Times of Israel
As part of Xi Jinping’s patriotic push, those found disparaging the ‘March of the Volunteers’ may lose political rights, face imprisonment The post Disrespecting China’s anthem can land you in prison appeared first on The Times of …

 

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After scuffle, army allows Hawara residents to resume picking their trees in orchard near Yitzhar settlement The post Settlers clash with Palestinians during IDF-approved olive harvest appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» Billionaire prince among dozens arrested in Saudi sweep
05/11/17 06:46 from The Times of Israel
Authorities don’t say why Alwaleed bin Talal, whose company holds stakes in large Western firms, was scooped up in anti-corruption probe The post Billionaire prince among dozens arrested in Saudi sweep appeared first on The Times of Isra…

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11 princes, four current ministers and tens of former ministers detained in a probe by a new anti-corruption body headed by Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman

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My sons’ departure from Orthodoxy confronted me with what felt like a colossal Jewish parenting fail The post When my kids stopped being religious appeared first on The Times of Israel .

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Lyron Bentovim, CEO of The Glimpse Group, believes being Israeli helps him run his New York-based firm The post How this CEO uses his ‘Israeli DNA’ to run a AR/VR company in New York appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» US-Israel fund to invest $4.8 million in clean energy projects
05/11/17 06:25 from The Times of Israel
BIRD Energy selects 5 projects it believes will help create a cleaner world The post US-Israel fund to invest $4.8 million in clean energy projects appeared first on The Times of Israel .

» Liberman urges President Rivlin to pardon Hebron shooter
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Defense minister calls clemency for Elor Azaria an issue of ‘public interest,’ says it will ‘stitch together the rips’ in Israeli society The post Liberman urges President Rivlin to pardon Hebron shooter appeared first on The Times of Is…

» Len Blavatnik mulls stake in Teva
05/11/17 06:07 from The Times of Israel
Globes: Businessman is in intial talks for a stake in Israeli drugmaker; investment could help troubled firm with debt repayments The post Len Blavatnik mulls stake in Teva appeared first on The Times of Israel .

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Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power
The Times
Cambridge Analytica claims to be able to construct a precise psychographic profile of individuals from their social media posts, Facebook likes and internet use and says it was instrumental in Trump’s victory, identifying supporters, persuading 

Saved Stories – Cambridge Analytica: Trump Campaign Downplays Cambridge Analytica Role – Daily Beast

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Trump Campaign Downplays Cambridge Analytica Role
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The Trump campaign on Wednesday attempted to downplay the role Cambridge Analytica played during the election, following a Daily Beast report that one of its tech gurus contacted Julian Assange to offer assistance with the Clinton email leaks.
Trump Campaign Distances Itself from Cambridge Analytica After Assange Connection SurfacesVanity Fair
The Trump campaign is scrambling to distance itself from Cambridge Analytica amid Assange-Hillary Clinton email flapBusiness Insider
Trump campaign analytics company contacted WikiLeaks about Clinton emailsCNN
The Guardian –Slate Magazine (blog) –The Independent –Daily Beast
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Revealed: how Russia invaded the heart of British power
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Cambridge Analytica claims to be able to construct a precise psychographic profile of individuals from their social media posts, Facebook likes and internet use and says it was instrumental in Trump’s victory, identifying supporters, persuading 

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Parsing the Russian social media ‘plot’ to elect Donald Trump: Walkom
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Parsing the Russian social media ‘plot’ to elect Donald Trump: Walkom. The only surefire way to insulate yourself from … letting dodgy, election-related material onto their sites. The most dramatic were ads such as one that showed Hillary Clinton 

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Donald Trump: Paul Manafort Offers Up Trump Tower Apartment In Bid To Get Off House Arrest

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Despite having three passports, his lawyers said Manafort is no “Jason Bourne.”

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Arriving in Japan, Trump projects confidence, says he’ll probably meet Putin during Asia trip

TOKYO President Trump offered a brief overview of his five-country, 12-day trip to Asia as he flew from Honolulu to Tokyo on Saturday, telling reporters that he expects to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin while abroad, plans to pressure other leaders to take a tougher stance on North Korea, and thinks he is […]

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Palmer Report: As Robert Mueller closes in, Donald Trump announces one last desperate move involving Vladimir Putin

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It was the worst kept secret, because Donald Trump has gone far too senile to keep a secret, and kept publicly hinting at it. Now, one day after he departed for his twelve day overseas trip in Asia, Trump’s White House is making it official in a press release (link): he’ll be meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin during his Asia trip. The official excuse is to discuss North Korea  but we all know damn well what this is really about.

When the week began, Special Counsel Robert Mueller arrested Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort and campaign adviser Rick Gates on criminal charges, while also announcing he already had a guilty plea from Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos. This set off a chaotic chain of events in which Trump campaign official Sam Clovis testified before a grand jury, Trump campaign adviser Carter Page voluntarily confessed to meeting with Russian officials during the election, and pretty much everyone asserted that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been lying about the Trump-Russia conspiracy the entire time.

We all know why Donald Trump is suddenly meeting with Vladimir Putin. In fact it’s now fair to ask if Trump’s entire Asia trip was put together as nothing more than an excuse to get Trump and Putin in a room alone together. That way they can discuss how to handle the Trump-Russia scandal that’s suddenly become a Trump-Russia crisis. Manafort is a Russian financial puppet who could expose all of Putin’s dealings. Manafort also knows all of Trump’s secrets.

This meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin is now set to be one of the key moments of this entire saga and perhaps of the century. The corrupt and illegitimate leaders of the United States and Russia will be desperately plotting to try to save themselves as everything collapses around them. Stay tuned.

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Palmer Report: Donald Trumps tweet plunges Saudi Arabian government into regime-changing chaos

Donald Trump just departed on a twelve day overseas trip to Asia. His staff is able to regularly supervise him during these trips, limiting his ability to sneak off and post a mentally incompetent Twitter meltdown. But he did manage to fire off a cryptic tweet on Saturday morning which seemed oddly specific: “Would very much appreciate Saudi Arabia doing their IPO of Aramco with the New York Stock Exchange. Important to the United States!” In the hours since, the government of Saudi Arabia has plunged itself into total chaos and this can’t be a coincidence.

Just hours later, CNBC reported that the royal family of Saudi Arabia arrested one of its own wealthiest and most influential members, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, who has invested his money heavily in American companies (link). Others were also ousted from governmental power, as the Crown Prince looks to seize full control over the nation, in what amounts to a partial regime change. Trump’s tweet was some kind of signal to the Crown Prince and Jared Kushner’s secret visit to Saudi Arabia now sticks out like a sore thumb.

Kushner took the trip without the public knowing, and when the media subsequently asked about it, Trump’s White House declined to provide a satisfactory answer. Harvard Law Professor Laurene Tribe characterized Prince Alwaleed’s arrest in this manner: “This is the prince who stiffed Jared on his recent secret mission to Saudi, where of course Putin & Trump are in cahoots.” The company Trump referenced in his tweet, Aramco, is the official government-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia.

So the timeline now looks like this: Jared Kushner secretly traveled to Saudi Arabia and asked Prince Alwaleed to bail out his sinking personal fortunes. Alwaleed refused. One week later Donald Trump publicly invited the Saudi Arabian government to launch its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Hours later, the Saudi Arabian government arrested the Prince who had just refused to bail out Kushner. And because everything about Trump relates to Russia, Saudi Arabia just announced a major new oil deal with Russia.

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Palmer Report: As Robert Mueller closes in, Donald Trump announces one last desperate move involving Vladimir Putin

It was the worst kept secret, because Donald Trump has gone far too senile to keep a secret, and kept publicly hinting at it. Now, one day after he departed for his twelve day overseas trip in Asia, Trump’s White House is making it official in a press release (link): he’ll be meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin during his Asia trip. The official excuse is to discuss North Korea  but we all know damn well what this is really about.

When the week began, Special Counsel Robert Mueller arrested Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort and campaign adviser Rick Gates on criminal charges, while also announcing he already had a guilty plea from Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos. This set off a chaotic chain of events in which Trump campaign official Sam Clovis testified before a grand jury, Trump campaign adviser Carter Page voluntarily confessed to meeting with Russian officials during the election, and pretty much everyone asserted that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been lying about the Trump-Russia conspiracy the entire time.

We all know why Donald Trump is suddenly meeting with Vladimir Putin. In fact it’s now fair to ask if Trump’s entire Asia trip was put together as nothing more than an excuse to get Trump and Putin in a room alone together. That way they can discuss how to handle the Trump-Russia scandal that’s suddenly become a Trump-Russia crisis. Manafort is a Russian financial puppet who could expose all of Putin’s dealings. Manafort also knows all of Trump’s secrets.

This meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin is now set to be one of the key moments of this entire saga and perhaps of the century. The corrupt and illegitimate leaders of the United States and Russia will be desperately plotting to try to save themselves as everything collapses around them. Stay tuned.

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Putin Trump – Google News: Trump calls Japan ‘crucial ally,’ says he’ll probably meet Putin during Asia trip – Chicago Tribune
Manafort wants to use Florida home to end house arrest – Austin American-Statesman
Trump: Manafort was let go because of conflicts with ‘certain nations’ – Business Insider
Palmer Report: George Papadopoulos isnt the only Trump-Russia player whos cut a deal with Robert Mueller
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He told reporters that the meeting is “expected” to happen and that he “will want Putin’s help” in dealing with the North Korea nuclear crisis. Trump and Putin could cross paths twice during the president’s lengthy Asia trip: at a summit in Vietnam and 
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Palmer Report: George Papadopoulos isnt the only Trump-Russia player whos cut a deal with Robert Mueller

At the start of this week, it was revealed that former Donald Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos had cut a deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. That’s not what should scare Trump the most. If Trump has enough marbles left to even understand what’s going on at this point, he’s truly scared because he’s figured out that Papadopoulos isn’t the only one.

Mueller had the FBI arrest Papadopoulos all the way back in June. That means Mueller was able to pull off an indictment, secret arrest, guilty plea, detailed confession, release, and ongoing cooperation in exchange for a minimal sentence although without any of it becoming public until he chose to announce it this week. Furthermore, Mueller only revealed the Papadopoulos deal because it was strategically aligned with Paul Manafort’s arrest.

More importantly, the Papadopoulos deal only gives Mueller a finite number of avenues for flipping people higher up the food chain. The confession allows Mueller to seek deals with Manafort, Sam Clovis, and Jeff Sessions but those are only three names out of several key players. Mueller can’t use Papadopoulos to get to Michael Flynn, or Jared Kushner, or Donald Trump Jr, or any of a number of other people. Instead he needs to flip other small fish in order to move on them and we know that in at least one instance, he already has.

Last Friday, former CIA Director James Woolsey revealed to the media that he’s been cooperating with Robert Mueller in the criminal case against Michael Flynn. The story was then buried a few hours later when it surfaced that arrests were imminent. But it’s clear that Woolsey – who was a bit player in the Trump campaign has either formally or informally cut a deal with Mueller. It probably doesn’t stop at Woolsey, either. Mueller has surely already flipped small fish under each of the key players, and he’s keeping it all under wraps until it’s time for the arrest of those key players.

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Palmer Report: Donald Trumps allies reveal they know hes finished

When alleged career criminal Paul Manafort was informed that he was eventually going to be indicted and arrested in the Trump-Russia scandal, he didn’t suddenly try to straighten up his act. Instead he took a high paying overseas consulting job, which seemed remarkably similar to the gigs that got him into legal trouble to begin with, in an attempt to land one more big payday before he had to hunker down and fight a prolonged battle against impending criminal charges.

Manafort’s logic must have been that if he was going down for his past actions then there was nothing he could do to prevent it, and he might as well cash in one last time, so he’ll have the money waiting for him if he somehow beats the rap. There’s a lesson in there about how people like Paul Manafort tend to behave when they think they’re about to be finished. It informs us that Donald Trump’s other allies, the important ones around the world who pull his strings, are accelerating their own plans because they think that Trump is about to be finished.

Last night the crown prince of Saudi Arabia had eleven of his fellow princes arrested on what appear to be bogus corruption charges, including the wealthy and powerful Prince Alwaleed, in an aggressive power grab. Last weekend, Jared Kushner took a secret trip to Saudi Arabia. Just hours before the arrests began, Donald Trump posted a tweet about the IPO of a Saudi Arabian government oil company. We don’t know what role Trump and Kushner played in the palace coup but from their actions it’s clear they had some role in it.

The sudden actions of the Saudi Arabian crown prince seemed rushed and hasty, as if he’d been planning it all along but suddenly concluded that he’d better hurry up and go through with it before Donald Trump is finished. It’s the weakness and complicity of Trump that allows these kinds of naked aggression to play out in foreign countries. They’re now suddenly taking their best ambitious shots, revealing that they know Trump is finished. Now we see what Vladimir Putin does next, as he too inevitably concludes Trump’s time is increasingly short.

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The Facebook ads placed by a Russian troll farm and released Wednesday show the Russian propaganda campaign of 2016 didnt favor either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. Instead, it mocked and goaded America.

This directly contradicts US intelligence assessments. We assess Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election, the assessment released in January stated. Russias goals were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency. We further assess Putin and the Russian government developed a clear preference for Trump.

If the ads placed by the St. Petersburg Internet Research Agency, a troll collective linked to Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Kremlin-connected restaurateur, reflect the strategy of the influence campaign, the intelligence community was wrong. The ads backed white nationalist as well as black causes. They often targeted Clinton before the election but switched to attacking Trump afterward. The ads against both were even visually similar.

A conceivable defense of the intelligence conclusion is that you cant interfere in the election after the voters have chosen, so only the anti-Clinton bias of the Russian campaign really made a difference. That argument is lame, however.

Neither the trolls with their tiny budgets (at best, hundreds of thousands of dollars compared with the hundreds of millions spent by the candidates and their US backers) nor Russian state media with their laughable reach couldve hoped to shape the election outcome. That would assume they knew more about US-based influence tools than the entire US political industry.

Even today, the best Russian experts on the political uses of the social networks believe it wouldve been impossible to tip the scales. Leonid Volkov, an Internet entrepreneur and campaign manager to Putins No. 1 domestic foe Alexei Navalny, wrote on Facebook on Thursday:

When people discuss, in all seriousness, election interference by means of $100,000 worth of Facebook ads (hundreds of times less than the Clinton and Trump campaigns spent on FB ads), when leading political publications show as proof hellish pictures the most viral of which garnered all of 200,000 views (and most got only a few thousand; 500 rubles not thousand dollars, not even dollars was spent on promoting some of them) . . . it is, above all, simply shameful.

Darn, we got a total of 2 million views for our social network ads before a rally in Astrakhan, and it cost us 20,000 rubles.

The trolls, on entry-level salaries of about $1,000 a month, are far less savvy than Navalnys. The silly mistakes they made in their English the misuse of modal verbs, the missing articles, the clumsy turns of phrase are evidence they were the lowest of info-war foot soldiers.

They werent playing to win the election, just to stir things up. They werent Republicans or Democrats: These parties dont operate in St. Petersburg. They were trolls, happy to make a dent here, create a disturbance there.

The campaign was not tied to election timelines: Its permanent, and it will go on while the United States and Russia are adversaries. Elections and government changes that do nothing to alter the relationship between countries are just a useful background for propaganda, disinformation and sheer trollery because they politicize the audience and draw its attention to the divisive issues that propagandists exploit. Instability and confusion are the primary goals, and theyre easy to achieve on the cheap.

The Kremlins goal was not to promote either candidate. Though Putin made no secret of his special dislike for Clinton, he was never short-sighted enough to trust Trump and no one in a position of power in Russia ever indicated that he did. The influence campaigns real goal was to amplify Americas organic discord and undermine trust in institutions.

The hearings about the Facebook, Twitter and YouTube ads, with angry senators and squirming corporate lawyers hoping to avoid heavy-handed, misguided regulation, serve this purpose even better than the original ads did. US legislators look powerless; the Americans who were supposedly taken in by the cheap, badly made ads look ignorant.

US intelligence agencies look politicized and incapable of serious analysis, let alone an effective resistance, when it comes to Russian active measures.

The fit of US self-flagellation likely goes beyond the trolls and propagandists wildest dreams. A great nation, with the worlds best-funded and most professional media and an institutional framework other nations could only dream of, ought to be able to ignore the Russian propagandists pitiful, incompetent efforts.

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Very Frustrated Trump Becomes Top Critic of Law Enforcement

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Mr. Trump has made clear that he sees the attorney general and the F.B.I. director as his personal agents rather than independent figures, lashing out at both for not protecting him from the Russia investigation.

In May, he fired the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, who later testified that he had refused Mr. Trumps demands that he pledge loyalty and publicly declare that the president was not personally under investigation. In July, Mr. Trump told The New York Times that he would never have appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions had he known that Mr. Sessions would recuse himself from overseeing the investigation.

While his lawyers have for now persuaded Mr. Trump not to publicly attack Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, the president has not ruled out firing him, a scenario that other presidents facing special prosecutors considered virtually unthinkable. Asked on Friday whether he might fire Mr. Sessions if the attorney general does not investigate Democrats, Mr. Trump left open the prospect: I dont know, he said.

The presidents Twitter posts and comments drew rebukes from Democrats and some Republicans. Former Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., who served for six years under President Barack Obama, said Mr. Trumps comments make the job of law enforcement officials more difficult.

Combined with his improper attempts to influence Department of Justice actions, this demonstrates that he is a president who is willing to flout those norms that protect the rule of law, Mr. Holder said in an interview.

Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee, a Republican who has broken with Mr. Trump, said the Justice Department should be free of political interference.

President Trumps pressuring of the Justice Department and F.B.I. to pursue cases against his adversaries and calling for punishment before trials take place are totally inappropriate and not only undermine our justice system but erode the American peoples confidence in our institutions, he said.

Some conservatives defended Mr. Trumps right to exercise oversight of the countrys law enforcement agencies, saying that it would be dangerous to have an attorney general and an F.B.I. director who were not answerable to elected leaders.

The notion that law enforcement, in particular, is somehow to be insulated from political influences and therefore inevitably insulated from political accountability is a horribly dangerous idea from the standpoint of civil liberty, said David B. Rivkin Jr., a White House and Justice Department lawyer under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush.

However, Mr. Rivkin added, That doesnt mean you exercise your authority to direct those things in a crude and obscene fashion. You have to exercise some politesse about it.

Other presidents have been criticized for political intervention when they spoke out about continuing criminal cases. Peter J. Wallison, who was the White House counsel under Reagan, said his president at times spoke out on cases of interest, including the investigation of Reagans onetime adviser Michael K. Deaver.

I would try to discourage him, for all the good reasons people in the White House are probably trying to discourage Trump, but it was to no avail, Mr. Wallison said. Trump is doing the same, except to a greater extent.

Mr. Wallison noted that Mr. Obama at times commented on investigations, recalling statements denying wrongdoing by the Internal Revenue Service when conservative groups found their tax exemptions targeted for scrutiny. Presidents say these things because they are human beings and have emotions, he said. Nevertheless, there is little evidence that public statements have any effect on outcomes.

Before Watergate, presidents were less reluctant to intervene in law enforcement. The administrations of Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson had the F.B.I. wiretap the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. President Richard M. Nixon had the bureau eavesdrop on the telephone calls of reporters.

But in the past four decades, no president has sought to publicly pressure law enforcement as much as Mr. Trump.

In a barrage of a dozen tweets on Thursday night and early Friday, Mr. Trump railed at law enforcement agencies for not investigating Democrats. He cited Tony Podesta the brother of Hillary Clintons campaign chairman, John D. Podesta who stepped down from his firm this week amid scrutiny of his lobbying business by Mr. Mueller. And he cited a book excerpt by Donna Brazile, the former interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman, who wrote that last years primaries were tilted by a fund-raising agreement that the committee made with Mrs. Clinton.

Im really not involved with the Justice Department, Mr. Trump told reporters before leaving on a 12-day trip to Asia. Id like to let it run itself. But honestly, they should be looking at the Democrats. They should be looking at Podesta and all of that dishonesty. They should be looking at a lot of things. And a lot of people are disappointed in the Justice Department, including me.

Earlier in the day, Mr. Trump tweeted that Mrs. Clinton stole the Democratic Primary from Bernie Sanders and asserted that there was major violation of Campaign Finance Laws and Money Laundering.

At some point the Justice Department, and the FBI, must do what is right and proper, Mr. Trump wrote.

Everybody is asking why the Justice Department (and FBI) isnt looking into all of the dishonesty going on with Crooked Hillary & the Dems, he also tweeted.

Mr. Trumps interest in directing law enforcement decisions extends beyond his political opposition but carries its own risk. The presidents support for capital punishment for the New York terrorism suspect, Sayfullo Saipov  SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY, he tweeted  could pose problems for prosecutors and help defense lawyers who could argue that their client cannot get a fair trial.

Mr. Trump also weighed in again on Friday on the case of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who pleaded guilty to desertion and endangering other troops by walking away from his base in Afghanistan and getting captured by the Taliban. Mr. Trump, who last year called Sergeant Bergdahl a dirty rotten traitor who should be executed, expressed outrage when a military judge on Friday gave the sergeant a dishonorable discharge but no jail time.

The decision on Sergeant Bergdahl is a complete and total disgrace to our Country and to our Military, Mr. Trump tweeted.

But Mr. Trumps own outspokenness may have helped lead to the very result he was condemning. The judge did not explain his reasoning on Friday but last week said he would consider the presidents past comments as evidence for a lighter sentence.

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Well before any public knowledge of these events, Sipher notes, Steeles report identified multiple elements of the Russian operation including a cyber campaign, leaked documents related to Hillary Clinton, and meetings with Paul Manafort and other Trump affiliates to discuss the receipt of stolen documents. Mr. Steele could not have known that the Russians stole information on Hillary Clinton, or that they were considering means to weaponize them in the U.S. election, all of which turned out to be stunningly accurate.

(After this column went to print, The Times reported that Trump foreign-policy adviser Carter Page met with Russian government officials in a July 2016 trip to Moscow, something he has long denied. This further confirms another claim made in the Steele dossier.)

Theres more of this, but you get the point: The suggestion that the Steele dossier has been discredited is discreditable to the point of being dishonest.

This brings us to the second anti-Mueller contention, which is that his indictment of former campaign chairman Paul Manafort for tax fraud connected to his political work in Ukraine, along with news of the guilty plea entered by Trump foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos for lying to the F.B.I., is merely evidence of the slimness of the special counsels case.

The nonchalance about Manaforts illicit ties to pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine is almost funny, coming from the same people who went berserk over Chinas alleged meddling on behalf of Democrats in the 1996 presidential campaign.

But if nothing else, the Manafort indictment underscores the Trump campaigns astonishing vulnerability to Russian blackmail.

Did that vulnerability explain the campaigns bizarre intervention (denied by Manafort) to soften the Republican Party platforms language on providing help to Ukraine?

Why did the campaign pursue a course of semi-secret outreach to Russia through George Papadopoulos, giving him just enough visibility to let the Russians know he was a player but not so much visibility as to attract much media attention?

What else about Trumps obsequious overtures to the Kremlin might similarly be explained by the contents of the Steele dossier?

These questions require answers, which is what makes calls to remove Mueller from his job or have Trump pardon Manafort, Papadopoulos and even himself both strange and repugnant. Since when did conservatives suddenly become conveniently bored with getting to the bottom of Russian conspiracies?

As it turns out, theyre not bored. They just want the conspiracies to involve liberals.

Thus the third Trumpian claim: That the real scandal is that the Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee paid for the Steele dossier. Somehow thats supposed to add up to collusion between Clinton and the Russians, on the remarkable theory that Steele was merely retailing Kremlin-invented fables about Trump.

Yet how else was Steele supposed to investigate allegations of Russias ties to the Trump campaign except by talking to Russian sources with insight into the Kremlin? If Clinton was the beneficiary of the Kremlins designs, why did it leak her emails? And why would Putin favor the candidate most hostile to him in last years election but undermine the one who kept offering improved relations?

You already know the answers. The deeper mystery is why certain conservatives who were once Trumps fiercest critics have become his most sophistical apologists. The answer to that one requires a mode of analysis more psychological than political.

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Feeling cornered and under siege, an angry Donald Trump has embarked on a crucial trip to Asia, the longest foreign tour of his imploding presidency.

Increasingly, Trump is acting like a man who sees only two ways to survive. Given that, the only remaining question for him in his desperation may be this: What should I do first?

Will he fire Robert Mueller as the special counsel investigating Trumps ties to Russia, which now seems only a matter of time, even though it is certain to trigger a constitutional crisis?

Or will he first try to regain popular support by risking a catastrophic nuclear war with North Korea, now closer than ever in the absence of any genuine diplomacy happening, even though it would inevitably result in hundreds of thousands of casualties?

This is a dangerous period in the turbulent Trump presidency, and for the world.

When the history books are written about this era, it is hard not to conclude that this weeks developments will loom large. This was the week we learned the first strong indications that to put it in Trumps vernacular the jig is up.

The announcement from the Mueller team last Monday was a bombshell. Two senior Trump campaign officials have been indicted and a third Trump adviser has pleaded guilty. The 12-count indictment laid out the first charges in Muellers investigation into Russian efforts to interfere with last years U.S. election including the headline charge of conspiracy against the United States.

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Even as a tiny fraction of what the Mueller team now undoubtedly knows, the court filings drew a staggering portrait of how Trumps world operated last year. It revealed how Russian intelligence successfully penetrated Trumps campaign operation at different levels.

For several months, including during the Republican convention of last summer, Trumps campaign was run by Paul Manafort, who operated in secret as a foreign agent of a regime friendly to Russias Vladimir Putin. Before Manafort joined Trump in an official capacity, the charges indicate he laundered tens of millions of dollars for the Ukrainian strongman Viktor Yanukovych.

Perhaps even more ominous for Trump is the unexpected guilty plea of former campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos  once described by Trump in an interview with The Washington Postas an excellent guy. Papadopoulos admitted to lying to the FBI about his attempts to set up meetings with Kremlin contacts in search of dirt on Hillary Clinton.

This weeks developments, as an opening volley from the Mueller team, provide an indication of what their strategy is. They are pressuring Manafort to co-operate and reveal what he knows about Trumps role. They have already done a deal with Papadopoulos to tell them what he knows about who else was involved.

As Trump himself must know, it is widely accepted that Mueller has Trumps tax returns in his possession. This means that Muellers team is able to pull together a complete picture of Trumps financial relationship with Russians including the years well before he announced for the presidency.

There have been numerous reports that Trump and his associates have been heavily financed by Russian oligarchs and mobsters, including those involved in money laundering, extortion, drugs and racketeering. If so, this would help explain why Trump has been so obsessively reluctant to be critical of Putin or of Russia since being elected president.

More than anyone, Trump would know the extent of his involvement with Russia although Mueller, by now, may be a close second. Therein lies the danger for Trump. He knows that Mueller has the potential to destroying his presidency.

So if youre Trump Mueller, somehow, has to be gotten rid of. The only question is when. Neither Trump nor his associates have ever acknowledged this, although Trump once described it as a red line if Mueller ever started examining his financial holdings. Mueller has certainly crossed that line.

It is widely accepted in Washington political circles that Trump is seeking an opportunity to fire Mueller. To this end, many of his media boosters at Fox News are working overtime in trying to come up with ways to discredit Mueller and his team.

Yes, the risks for Trump in this are enormous. Any firing of Mueller not unlike the fabled Saturday Night Massacre by Richard Nixon in 1973 would trigger a constitutional crisis. But in Trumps mind, that would be a risk worth taking if the stark alternative as a response to Muellers eventual findings is impeachment.

This drama is only beginning.

Tony Burman is former head of Al Jazeera English and CBC News. Reach him @TonyBurman or at tony.burman@gmail.com.

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A conceivable defense of the intelligence conclusion is that you cant interfere in the election after the voters have chosen, so only the anti-Clinton bias of the Russian campaign really made a difference. That argument is lame, however.

Neither the trolls with their tiny budgets (at best, hundreds of thousands of dollars compared with the hundreds of millions spent by the candidates and their US backers) nor Russian state media with their laughable reach couldve hoped to shape the election outcome. That would assume they knew more about US-based influence tools than the entire US political industry.

Even today, the best Russian experts on the political uses of the social networks believe it wouldve been impossible to tip the scales. Leonid Volkov, an Internet entrepreneur and campaign manager to Putins No. 1 domestic foe Alexei Navalny, wrote on Facebook on Thursday:

When people discuss, in all seriousness, election interference by means of $100,000 worth of Facebook ads (hundreds of times less than the Clinton and Trump campaigns spent on FB ads), when leading political publications show as proof hellish pictures the most viral of which garnered all of 200,000 views (and most got only a few thousand; 500 rubles not thousand dollars, not even dollars was spent on promoting some of them) . . . it is, above all, simply shameful.

Darn, we got a total of 2 million views for our social network ads before a rally in Astrakhan, and it cost us 20,000 rubles.

The trolls, on entry-level salaries of about $1,000 a month, are far less savvy than Navalnys. The silly mistakes they made in their English the misuse of modal verbs, the missing articles, the clumsy turns of phrase are evidence they were the lowest of info-war foot soldiers.

They werent playing to win the election, just to stir things up. They werent Republicans or Democrats: These parties dont operate in St. Petersburg. They were trolls, happy to make a dent here, create a disturbance there.

The campaign was not tied to election timelines: Its permanent, and it will go on while the United States and Russia are adversaries. Elections and government changes that do nothing to alter the relationship between countries are just a useful background for propaganda, disinformation and sheer trollery because they politicize the audience and draw its attention to the divisive issues that propagandists exploit. Instability and confusion are the primary goals, and theyre easy to achieve on the cheap.

The Kremlins goal was not to promote either candidate. Though Putin made no secret of his special dislike for Clinton, he was never short-sighted enough to trust Trump and no one in a position of power in Russia ever indicated that he did. The influence campaigns real goal was to amplify Americas organic discord and undermine trust in institutions.

The hearings about the Facebook, Twitter and YouTube ads, with angry senators and squirming corporate lawyers hoping to avoid heavy-handed, misguided regulation, serve this purpose even better than the original ads did. US legislators look powerless; the Americans who were supposedly taken in by the cheap, badly made ads look ignorant.

US intelligence agencies look politicized and incapable of serious analysis, let alone an effective resistance, when it comes to Russian active measures.

The fit of US self-flagellation likely goes beyond the trolls and propagandists wildest dreams. A great nation, with the worlds best-funded and most professional media and an institutional framework other nations could only dream of, ought to be able to ignore the Russian propagandists pitiful, incompetent efforts.

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5:16 PM 11/3/2017 – The World News and Times: Crooks, Traitors, or Both? Trump Investigations Report: 2:40 PM 11/3/2017 Mueller Reveals New Manafort Link to Organized Crime and Semyon Mogilevich

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The Manafort – Mogilevich link is established for the first time in the indictment by Mueller Mueller Reveals New Manafort Link to Organized Crime Friday November 3rd, 2017 at 2:19 PM 1 Share Buried deep in Robert Muellers indictment of Paul Manafort is a new link between Donald Trumps former campaign and Russian organized crime. The indictment (PDF), unsealed … Continue reading“2:34 PM 11/3/2017 – The Manafort – Mogilevich link is established for the first time in the indictment by Mueller” Trumpistan TodayThe Web: News, Reviews, Analysis, Opinions from mikenova (18 sites)
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4:21 PM 11/2/2017 – Shooting at a Colorado Walmart

4:21 PM 11/2/2017 – Shooting at a Colorado Walmart

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Suspect Arrested in Shooting at Colorado Walmart That Killed 3

New York Times4 hours ago
A man suspected of fatally shooting three people inside a suburban Denver Walmart was arrested Thursday morning after an all-night manhunt …
Three dead in shooting at Walmart in Thornton; gunman at large
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3 killed in Thornton Walmart shooting; police seek suspect
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The Latest: 3 victims of Walmart shooting identified

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Updated 1:08 pm, Thursday, November 2, 2017

Tip Helps Police Arrest Suspected Walmart Gunman

Police in Thornton, Colo. say a tip from a citizen helped officers apprehend a man suspected of opening fire at a suburban-Denver Walmart, killing three people Wednesday evening. (Nov. 2)

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Police in Thornton, Colo. say a tip from a citizen helped officers apprehend a man suspected of opening fire at a suburban-Denver Walmart, killing three people Wednesday evening. (Nov. 2)

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THORNTON, Colo. (AP) — The Latest on the shooting at a Colorado Walmart (all times local):

1 p.m.

Authorities have identified the three people who were fatally shot at a Walmart in suburban Denver.

Coroner Monica Broncucia-Jordan said Thursday that 52-year-old Pamela Marques, 66-year-old Carlos Moreno, and 26-year-old Victor Vasquez died in Wednesday night’s shooting.

Moreno was a grandfather who was a longtime maintenance worker at the Auraria Higher Education Center. It houses various state colleges and universities in downtown Denver.

  • This Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017 photo released by the Thornton Police Department shows Scott Ostrem, suspected of fatally shooting several people inside a Thornton, Colo., Walmart Wednesday night. He was arrested 14 hours following a brief car chase that ended at a congested intersection, police said. (Thornton Police Department via AP) Photo: AP / Thornton Police Dept.
  • Marlena Fobb, front right, of Thornton, Colo., who was shopping at the time of the shooting at a Walmart store, hugs an unidentified store employee Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. The store was the scene of a shooting Wednesday night when a man walked in and opened fire with a handgun. The suspect was arrested Thursday, about 14 hours after fleeing the store. Fobb's husband, Jason, left, holds the vacuum cleaner that the couple was purchasing at a self-check stand when the suspected gunman entered the store. Photo: David Zalubowski, AP / Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
  • Walmart employees and customers that were inside the store wait to hear what to do from police as they stand behind police tape outside of a Walmart store where several people were killed in a shooting, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. Investigators, who have not released any details about the circumstances of the shooting, were reviewing security footage and interviewing witnesses to get a description of the shooter. (Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via AP) Photo: Helen H. Richardson, AP / Copyright - 2017 The Denver Post, MediaNews Group.

This Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017 photo released by the Thornton Police Department shows Scott Ostrem, suspected of fatally shooting several people inside a Thornton, Colo., Walmart Wednesday night. He was arrested 14 hours following a brief car chase that ended at a congested intersection, police said. (Thornton Police Department via AP)

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This Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017 photo released by the Thornton Police Department shows Scott Ostrem, suspected of fatally shooting several people inside a Thornton, Colo., Walmart Wednesday night. He was arrested

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Marlena Fobb, front right, of Thornton, Colo., who was shopping at the time of the shooting at a Walmart store, hugs an unidentified store employee Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. The store was the scene of a shooting Wednesday night when a man walked in and opened fire with a handgun. The suspect was arrested Thursday, about 14 hours after fleeing the store. Fobb’s husband, Jason, left, holds the vacuum cleaner that the couple was purchasing at a self-check stand when the suspected gunman entered the store.

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Marlena Fobb, front right, of Thornton, Colo., who was shopping at the time of the shooting at a Walmart store, hugs an unidentified store employee Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. The store was the

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Jason Fobb, second from left, comforts his daughter, Angelique, as Fobb’s wife, Marlena, right, embraces her daughter Destiney outside a Walmart store Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. The couple was in the store at the self-check stand Wednesday night when a man walked in and opened fire with a handgun, killing several. The suspect was arrested Thursday, about 14 hours after fleeing the store.

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Jason Fobb, second from left, comforts his daughter, Angelique, as Fobb’s wife, Marlena, right, embraces her daughter Destiney outside a Walmart store Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. The couple was

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Photo: David Zalubowski, AP

Marlena Fobb, right, holds her daughter, Destiney, outside a Walmart store Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. Marlena Fobb and her husband, Jason, were inside the store Wednesday night when a man walked in and opened fire with a handgun, killing several shoppers. The suspect was arrested Thursday, about 14 hours after fleeing the store.

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Marlena Fobb, right, holds her daughter, Destiney, outside a Walmart store Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. Marlena Fobb and her husband, Jason, were inside the store Wednesday night when a man walked

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Employees head in to a Walmart store Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. A man suspected of fatally shooting several inside the suburban Denver Walmart on Wednesday, was arrested 14 hours later following a brief car chase Thursday that ended at a congested intersection, police said.

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Employees head in to a Walmart store Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. A man suspected of fatally shooting several inside the suburban Denver Walmart on Wednesday, was arrested 14 hours later following

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Marlena Fobb, a customer from Thornton, Colo., who was trying to buy a vacuum cleaner at a Walmart store, talks about seeing a gunman entering the store as Fobb returns to pick up her vacuum Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. The store was the scene of a fatal shooting Wednesday night. The suspect was arrested Thursday, about 14 hours after fleeing the store.

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Marlena Fobb, a customer from Thornton, Colo., who was trying to buy a vacuum cleaner at a Walmart store, talks about seeing a gunman entering the store as Fobb returns to pick up her vacuum Thursday, Nov. 2,

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Photo: David Zalubowski, AP

Nick Noblett, left, and Tonya Brown talk Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, about being in the Walmart store behind them during a fatal shooting Wednesday evening in Thornton, Colo. The couple returned to the store to pick up their belongings after escaping when the gunman entered.

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Nick Noblett, left, and Tonya Brown talk Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, about being in the Walmart store behind them during a fatal shooting Wednesday evening in Thornton, Colo. The couple returned to the store to

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Walmart employees and customers that were inside the store wait to hear what to do from police as they stand behind police tape outside of a Walmart store where several people were killed in a shooting, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017, in Thornton, Colo. Investigators, who have not released any details about the circumstances of the shooting, were reviewing security footage and interviewing witnesses to get a description of the shooter. (Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via AP)

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Walmart employees and customers that were inside the store wait to hear what to do from police as they stand behind police tape outside of a Walmart store where several people were killed in a shooting,

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Photo: Helen H. Richardson, AP

The Latest: 3 victims of Walmart shooting identified

Spokesman Blaine Nickerson says he was well-known and respected on campus.

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11:15 a.m.

Neighbors of the man suspected of fatally shooting three people at a suburban Denver Walmart say he was unfriendly and occasionally hostile toward them.

Gerald Burnett says he was sitting on the stairs drinking coffee one morning at his garden-style apartment building in Thornton when Scott Ostrem came down the outdoor stairway. He says Ostrem told him to move and cursed at him.

Teresa Muniz (MUHN’-is) says Ostrem never returned her greetings and once or twice swore at people for sitting in the stairways or leaving laundry in communal machines.

She says she sometimes saw him carrying a bow and set of arrows or a shotgun into or out of his apartment.

She says most people in the building know one another but she never even knew Ostrem’s name until now.

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10:40 a.m.

Police say a man suspected of fatally shooting three people inside a Colorado Walmart has a minor criminal record.

Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila said Thursday that 47-year-old Scott Ostrem had a minor criminal history, but Avila didn’t elaborate.

Court records show a resisting arrest charge against Ostrem was dismissed in 1999.

Court records also show Ostrem filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2015.

Ostrem was arrested Thursday, about 14 hours after the shooting inside a Walmart in the Denver suburb of Thornton.

Two men died inside the Walmart, and a woman died later at a hospital.

A motive for the shooting was unknown.

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9:45 a.m.

Police say a man suspected of fatally shooting three people inside a suburban Denver Walmart tried to flee officers in his car but was blocked by traffic.

Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila said Thursday that 47-year-old Scott Ostrem was arrested without incident after a brief chase that started near an apartment about 5 miles (8 kilometers) from the Walmart store.

Avila says police went to the apartment and didn’t find Ostrem. But they got an anonymous tip that he was driving in the area and spotted him.

Police took Ostrem into custody after his car was blocked by traffic at an intersection. Avila declined to say if Ostrem was armed.

He says a motive for the shooting is unknown.

Two men died inside the Walmart, which is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of Denver in a busy shopping center. A woman died later at a hospital.

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This story has been corrected to show that the tip was that the suspect was driving a car in the area.

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9:20 a.m.

Police say a man suspected of fatally shooting three people inside a suburban Denver Walmart tried to flee officers in his car but was blocked by traffic.

Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila said Thursday that 47-year-old Scott Ostrem was arrested without incident after a brief chase that started at a Thornton apartment.

Avila says police received an anonymous tip that led them to the apartment, which is about 5 miles (8 kilometers) from the Walmart store where the shooting took place late Wednesday.

Police took Ostrem into custody after his car was blocked by traffic at an intersection. Avila declined to say if Ostrem was armed.

He says a motive for the shooting is unknown.

Two men died inside the Walmart, which is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of Denver in a busy shopping center. A woman died later at a hospital.

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8:20 a.m.

Police say they’ve arrested a man suspected of walking into a suburban Denver Walmart and immediately opening fire with a handgun, killing two men and a woman Wednesday night.

Thornton police say 47-year-old Scott Ostrem was arrested Thursday morning, about 14 hours after he fled the store in a car. Authorities used security video to help identify him.

Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila said Wednesday night that the shooting appears random and there are no indications that it was an act of terror.

He says the motive is unknown.

Two men died inside the Walmart, which is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of Denver in a busy shopping center. The woman died later at a hospital.

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6:58 a.m.

Colorado authorities have identified a man who police say nonchalantly walked into a Walmart and immediately opened fire, killing two men and a woman Wednesday night.

Thornton police are searching for 47-year-old Scott Ostrem, who they say fled in a car before officers arrived. Authorities used security video to help identify the suspect.

Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila says the shooting appears to be random and there are no indications that it was an act of terror.

Customers and employees hid or fled toward the exits after gunshots rang out in Thornton, a suburb of Denver. Avila says he doesn’t know how many rounds were fired.

Two men died at the store, and the woman died at a hospital. Authorities did not immediately release any other information about the victims.

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11:53 p.m.

Colorado authorities are searching for a man who police say nonchalantly walked into a Walmart and immediately opened fire, killing two men and a woman Wednesday night.

Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila says the shooting appears to be random and there are no indications that it was an act of terror.

Customers and employees hid or fled toward the exits after gunshots rang out in Thornton, which is a suburb of Denver. Avila says he doesn’t know how many rounds were fired.

Authorities are reviewing security video to identify the suspect, who fled in a car before officers arrived.

Two men died at the store, and the woman died at a hospital. Authorities did not immediately release any other information about the victims.

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Paul Manafort Guilty Of Bad Password Choices
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A Brooklyn blogger uncovered evidence of Paul Manafort’s alleged money laundering months ago
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Russia Facebook Ad Army of JesusAn ad from a Russia-linked account on Facebook run during the 2016 presidential election.US House Intelligence Committee

Congress released some of the Facebook ads linked to Russian operatives in the run-up to last year’s presidential election, and they reveal a concerted effort to divide the US and vilify Hillary Clinton.

The ads targeted different cross-sections of the US population and often citizens at opposite sides of the political spectrum.

Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, released the trove on Wednesday before a hearing with Facebook, Google, and Twitter.

“Whether the Russians and Trump coordinated these efforts, we do not yet know, but it is true that the Russians mounted what could be described as an independent expenditure campaign on Trump’s behalf,” Schiff said.

“The Russians did so by weaving together fake accounts, pages, and communities to push politicized content and videos, and to mobilize real Americans to sign online petitions and join rallies and protests,” Schiff said.

Some of the ads portrayed Clinton as an ally of Satan, promoted a US burqa ban, and hailed Trump as the “one and only who can defend the police from terrorists.”

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A suggestion to like the “Woke Blacks” Facebook page was shown to people interested in “African-American culture” and the civil rights movement.

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It was seen more than 750,000 times, the Wall Street Journal reported.

This post, centered on Sanders’ criticism of the Clinton Foundation, was targeted at people who liked the “Bernie Sanders” Facebook page.

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“The Clinton Foundation is nothing more than an ‘organized crime’ at it’s [sic] finest, in which we are investing our taxpayers’ money,” the rest of the ad went.

“So why are so many people going to vote for her? That’s a secret for me. What’s your opinion on that point?”

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U.S. authorities identify six Russian officials in DNC hack: WSJ

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November 2, 2017 / 8:29 AM / Updated 4 hours ago

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department has gathered enough evidence to charge six members of the Russian government in the hacking of Democratic National Committee computers before the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the investigation.

Federal agents and prosecutors in Washington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and San Francisco have been cooperating on the DNC investigation and prosecutors could bring the case to court next year, it said.

By identifying individual Russian military and intelligence hackers with charges, U.S. authorities could make it difficult for them to travel, but arrests and jailing would be unlikely, according to the Journal report.

The hacking investigation, conducted by cybersecurity experts, predates the appointment in May of federal special counsel Robert Mueller to oversee the probe of alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion with President Donald Trump’s campaign.

Mueller and the Justice Department agreed to allow the technical cyber investigation to continue under the original team of agents and prosecutors, the Journal said.

U.S. intelligence agencies have said Russian intelligence agencies were behind those cyber attacks, which resulted in thousands of emails and other documents being made public by WikiLeaks last year. The intelligence community concluded in January that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the campaign to sway the election in Trump’s favor.

Russia has denied it meddled in the election and Trump has denied that his campaign colluded with the Russian government.

If the case is brought by federal prosecutors, it would pinpoint the specific Russian military and intelligence hackers behind the attack on the DNC and the emails of John Podesta, who was campaign chairman for Trump’s Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.

It would be the second time the United States charged Russians with cyber crimes. In March, the Justice Department charged two Russian intelligence agents and two hackers with masterminding the 2014 theft of 500 million Yahoo accounts.

(Corrects last paragraph to say ‘It would be the second time the United States charged Russians with cyber crimes,” instead of “It would not be the second time …”)

Reporting by Doina Chiacu; Editing by Steve Orlofsky

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Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Here’s today’s news.

NEW YORK TERROR ATTACK

Federal prosecutors have filed charges against 29-year-old Uzbek immigrant Sayfullo Saipov who is suspected of carrying out Tuesday’s attack in New York. The charges accuse the driver, who killed eight people and injured 12, of aiding the Islamic State group and working with “others known and unknown.” Melanie Grayce West, Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Rebecca Davis O’Brien report at the Wall Street Journal.

The F.B.I. are no longer seeking information about a second individual in connection with the attack, the Assistant F.B.I. Director Bill Sweeney announced yesterday, adding that “we have found him. I’ll leave it at that.” Josh Delk reports at the Hill.

The charges against Saipov were filed in civilian court and not the military system, following comments by the president that the U.S. criminal justice system was a “laughingstock” and that he would consider trying Saipov at the military court in Guantánamo Bay. Benjamin Mueller, William K. Rashbaum, Al Baker and Adam Goldman report at the New York Times.

Saipov said he was proud of what he had done, he requested that the Islamic State flag be displayed in his hospital room and told the F.B.I. that he was inspired after watching a video of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Devlin Barrett, Matt Zapotosky and Mark Brennan report at the Washington Post.

Trump used the terrorist attack to promote hardline policies, saying yesterday that he would take action to remove the “diversity lottery” program for foreigners seeking U.S. visas and step up “extreme vetting” of immigrants, also taking aim at Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) for helping to create the “lottery” program and stating that the U.S. needs a system of “punishment that’s far quicker and far greater than the punishment these animals are getting right now.” David Nakamura and Ed O’Keefe report at the Washington Post.

Saipov “killed 8 people, badly injured 12. SHOULD GET DEATH PENTALTY!” Trump tweeted last night, his comments potentially causing problems when the criminal case comes to be heard as defense lawyers could argue that their client cannot get a fair trial. Cristiano Lima reports at POLITICO.

The New York attack has shone the spotlight on Uzbekistan and Central Asia’s problems with terrorism, the region consists of five predominantly Muslim Soviet republics that have struggled with poverty and have served as recruitment ground for the Islamic State group. Sajjan Gohel explains at CNN.

Sending Saipov to Guantánamo would be unprecedented, likely drawing the ire of the F.B.I. and career national security professionals, and raising complex legal questions as the suspect is a lawful permanent U.S. resident. Charlie Savage explains at the New York Times.

“It’s hard to imagine a worse idea” than sending Saipov to Guantánamo Bay, the co-editor of Just Security Stephen I. Vladeck writes at the Washington Post, setting out the legal obstacles, arguing that the U.S. criminal justice system is well-equipped to handle such cases, and highlighting that Guantánamo proceedings have been dysfunctional.

The Islamic State group tends to keep quiet when a recruit is apprehended and there may be a number of reasons that they do not claim responsibility in such scenarios, Rukmini Callimachi explains at the New York Times.

Most of the Uzbek and Tajik Islamic State group recruits have been radicalized in Russia, demonstrating the power of the terrorist group’s Russian-language propaganda, Amie Ferris-Rotma writes at Foreign Policy.

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Federal prosecutors and agents have gathered evidence to charge more than six members of the Russian government who were involved in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee’s (D.N.C.) computer system dur