Tag Archives: Russia

Stone Admits Being Unnamed Person In Indictment

Fox News reports: Roger Stone said Friday evening that he is “probably” the unnamed person referenced in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment against 12 Russian intelligence officers who allegedly hacked the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential race. Stone, a former campaign adviser to Donald Trump, initially told The Hill on Friday that he didn’t think he was the …

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Jill Stein Spends Recount Cash On Russian Defense

The Daily Beast reports: Money that Jill Stein raised to recount votes in 2016 swing states is being used by her campaign to pay for legal bills stemming from the investigation of Russian interference in the last presidential election. In June, The Daily Beast reported that the the U.S. Green Party candidate’s campaign, which raised $7.3 million for recounts in …

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Hannity: Americans Are Stupid For Allowing Hacking

“The real truth is simple. The Russians try to hack us, we try to hack them. Everything that we’re upset that they’re doing, we’re doing to them. That’s what happens – the fact that the United States has not lived up to preventing the ability of these people to hack us is ridiculous. Everyone’s saying, ‘We now know that the …

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Rosenstein Indictments Return Focus To Roger Stone

The Washington Post reports: A federal indictment filed Friday accusing a dozen Russian military intelligence officers of conspiring to hack Democrats during the 2016 campaign spotlights communications between Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to President Trump, and an online persona allegedly operated by the Russians. Stone has previously acknowledged exchanging direct messages on Twitter in August and September 2016 with …

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InfoWars Thanks Russia For Hacking Hillary’s Server

“Let’s take this report for what it is and say that’s accurate information. Well, I would say, thank you, Russia. How about you? Why would the documents have affected the election so much unless it exposed corruption from inside the Democrat Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign? Which it did. Now, whether you believe these indictments are real or not …

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Indictments Timeline Shows Russians First Targeted Hillary’s Server Hours After Trump Begged Them To

NBC News reports: Among the new details: the conspirators allegedly first tried to compromise email accounts used by Clinton’s personal office on July 27, 2016, the same day that Trump appeared to urge Russia to go after her emails at a campaign press conference in Florida. Rosenstein, who laid out the allegations at a news conference that began while Trump …

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Guiliani: Today’s Indictments Mean No Americans Were Involved, Mueller Needs To Declare Trump Innocent

Mediaite reports: Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said today the indictments of 12 Russian intel officers on charges of hacking the DNC and Hillary Clinton‘s campaign are good news. He has, however, extrapolated from all this that it is time for Robert Mueller to pronounce President Donald Trump innocent. The DOJ announcement actually says, “There is no allegation in this indictment …

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Sen. Jeff Flake Blasts Trump For Groveling Before Putin: This Sends Our Allies A Terrifying Message [VIDEO]

“Singing his praises for no good reason sends a terrifying message to our allies. Flattering such a man is simply bizarre. That the admiration comes from an American president, well, that is unconscionable. If the White House is as confused about the nature of the threat we face from Mr. Putin as it seems to be, a meeting between our …

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LIVE VIDEO: FBI’s Peter Strzok Testifies Before House

The Hill reports: House lawmakers are poised to question Peter Strzok on Thursday in what is sure to be a lengthy, tense standoff between Republicans and the FBI agent who once worked on special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference. Strzok has been in Republicans’ sights for several months after a Justice Department inspector general investigation revealed that he …

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Croatia Advances To World Cup Final Against France

The Washington Post reports: Croatia advanced to its first World Cup final by joining Argentina (1990) as the only teams to win a semifinal match they trailed at halftime. Croatia fell behind on Kieran Trippier’s free kick in the fifth minute, but leveled the score on Ivan Perisic’s leaping, left-footed volley in the 68th minute. Mario Mandzukic scored the game-winner …

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Trump Blows Up First NATO Meeting, Accuses Germany Of Being “Totally Controlled By Russia” [VIDEO]

USA Today reports: President Donald Trump unleashed his most remarkable broadside yet against a European ally on Wednesday, accusing Germany of being “totally controlled by Russia” and of not meeting its obligations to the NATO alliance. “Germany, as far I’m concerned, is captive to Russia,” Trump said. That extraordinary rhetoric represents Trump’s strongest attack to date on NATO allies – …

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Russian Mining Company Places Trump’s Seal Of Approval On Asbestos Pallets: Donald Is On Our Side!

The Guardian reports: Donald Trump’s environmental policies may have caused controversy in the US but the president’s stance has managed to get him a literal stamp of approval from a Russian mining company. Uralasbest, one of the world’s largest producers and sellers of asbestos, has taken to adorning pallets of its product with a seal of Trump’s face, along with …

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Flynn Takes Lobbying Gig As He Awaits Sentencing

The Wall Street Journal reports: Former national security adviser Mike Flynn has a new job: He has joined a global lobbying and investment advisory firm. As he awaits sentencing for lying to federal investigators, he is going into business with Washington lobbyist Nick Muzin and his New York partner Joey Allaham with a new firm called Stonington Global LLC, they …

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Trump: Meeting With Putin Is Easier Than NATO Allies

CNN reports: President Donald Trump said his easiest meeting on his foreign trip to Europe during the next week may be his sit down with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump spoke to reporters before leaving for the NATO summit in Brussels, the first stop on his trip. He then plans to travel to the United Kingdom where he will hold …

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Trump Told Putin: My Aides Are “Stupid People”

The New York Times reports: During a phone call with Mr. Putin in March, when the president was urged by aides not to congratulate the Russian president on his electoral victory, Mr. Trump did just that. He told Mr. Putin that Russia and the United States should get along better. And he commiserated with Mr. Putin over Trump administration officials …

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LGBT Activists Display “Hidden Flag” At World Cup

From the Hidden Flag website: When Gilbert Baker designed the rainbow flag in 1978, he did so to create a symbol and an icon for the LGTB community. A symbol, recognisable across the world, that people could use to express their pride. Unfortunately, 40 years later, there are still countries in which homosexuality is persecuted, sometimes even by jail sentences, …

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Giuliani: Zero Concern About Cohen Flipping [VIDEO]

ABC News reports:  Rudy Giuliani told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” Sunday that he has “zero” concerns about Cohen, who once described himself as “the guy who would take a bullet” for Trump. “What was the president’s reaction to that interview with Michael Cohen?” Stephanopoulos asked Giuliani. “Same as mine, which is fine. Michael Cohen should …

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Manafort Doesn’t Want To Be Seen In His Jail Jumpsuit

CNN reports: Paul Manafort does not want to visit court until his Virginia criminal trial and he waived his right to appear in court for any upcoming hearings in the Eastern District of Virginia, his attorneys wrote in a filing Friday. His reason for not appearing has been the “the great time and distance involved in having the US Marshals …

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Twitter Is Deleting One Million Fake Accounts A Day

The Washington Post reports: Twitter has sharply escalated its battle against fake and suspicious accounts, suspending more than one million accounts a day in recent months, a major shift to lessen the flow of disinformation on the platform, according to data obtained by The Washington Post. The rate of account suspensions, which Twitter confirmed to the Post, has more than …

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Carter Page: No Concern That FBI Has Dirt On Me

The Rising reports: Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page on Friday said he is not worried that federal investigators might find damaging information about him from the year he was under surveillance. I have absolutely no concern whatsoever,” Page told Krystal Ball on “Rising.” Page did not rule out taking legal action against the federal government. When asked by co-host …

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