The issue of Collusion is still open

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    There are similarities between the words "issue" and "illusion" and even more so "collusion" and also "confusion", especially if you're suffering from delusion.

    Give it up. This bird has flown.
     
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    Now he claims he never used them
     
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    A person can obtain entire books full of words that rhyme. Songwriters use them all the time.
     
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    You are assuming that the Republicans support Trump. By the Republicans actions in Congress you can tell they hate Trump as much as Democrats.

    Trump is in reality the first independent president we have had in over a century.

    There would be grain if they feel Pence is one of them.

    If they can get Trump out of office this is a dangerous. The Democrats will try this again with the next Republican president. Don't believe me? They are trying to do what they did to W with Katerina to Trump. So much so infact that Pelosi keeps forgetting who is President.
     
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    Besides being whiny, or should I say in addition to, you're very annoying. I am sure you were precious to your folks though.
     
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    ah! very clever, the ol..."Takes one to know one" rebuttal...
     
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    wrong. it matters if trump's campaign gave aid and comfort to our enemies.

    NOW please go ask trey gowdy about the meaning of the word TREASON and get back to us.





    Full transcript: FBI Director James Comey testifies on Russian interference in 2016 election


    "The Russian active measures campaign may have begun as early as 2015
    , when Russian intelligence services launched a series of spear fishing attacks designed to penetrate the computers of a broad array of Washington based Democratic and Republican party organizations, think tanks and other entities. This continued at least through the winter of 2016.

    While at first the hacking may have been intended solely for the collection of foreign intelligence. In mid-2016 the Russians weapon eyes the stolen data and used platforms established by the Intel services, such as D.C. leaks in existing third-party channels like WikiLeaks to dump the documents. The stolen documents were almost uniformly damaging to the candidate Putin despised, Hillary Clinton. And by forcing her campaign to constantly respond to the daily drip of disclosures, the releases greatly benefited Donald Trump's campaign.

    None of these facts is seriously in question. And they're reflected in the consensus conclusion of our intelligence agencies.

    We will never know whether the Russian intervention was determinative in such a close election. Indeed, it is unknowable in a campaign to which so many small changes could have dictated a different result. More importantly, and for the purposes of our investigation, it simply does not matter.

    What does matter is this, the Russians successfully meddled in our democracy and our intelligence agencies have concluded they will do so again. Ours is not the first democracy to be attacked by the Russians in this way. Russian intelligence has been simile interfering in the internal and political affairs of our European and other allies for decades.


    SCHIFF: What is striking here is the degree to which the Russians were willing to undertake such an audacious and risky action against the most powerful nation on Earth. That ought to be a warning to us that if we thought that the Russians would not dare to so blatantly interfere in our affairs, we were wrong.

    And if we do not do our very best to understand how the Russians accomplished this unprecedented attack on our democracy and what we need to do to protect ourselves in the future, we will only have ourselves to blame.

    We know a lot about the Russian operation, about the way they amplified the damage their hacking and dumping of stolen documents was causing through the use of slick propaganda like R.T., the Kremlin's media arm. But there is a lot we don't know.

    Most important, we do not yet know whether the Russians have the help of U.S. citizens including people associated with the Trump campaign. Many of the Trump's campaign personnel, including the president himself, have ties to Russia and Russian interests. This is of course no crime. On the other hand, if the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it aided or abetted the Russians, it would not only be a serious crime, it would also represent one of the most shocking betrayals of democracy in history."
     
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    Not as annoying as people like you who make stuff up out of nothing.
     
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    Did you think otherwise? Really?
    Both sides in the house don't want to cooperate with Trump...that has been blatantly obvious. Right out of the gate. Republicans as well.
    Same with Bernie Sanders. The machine did everything they could to stop him from overtaking Hillary. And it worked. The fully corrupt system wants nothing to do with anyone not a part of the in crowd, or is willing to play along.

    As a liberal, I would think you would not like this fact.
    I don't like Trump, didn't from the start...you probably remember that. But I can appreciate that he is not the usual slick politician. And I do not like that nothing is going to get done for the next 4 years just so the establishment can try and show Americans what a bad idea it was to not elect one of them.
     
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    So We Find Out FBI Has Been Investigating Trump Since July


    :eusa_naughty:


    Did Russia "hack" the election? Four questions.

    President-elect Donald Trump is already undermining U.S. national security. From denying Russian meddling in the U.S. election to placing at risk the stability of U.S.-China relations to refusing to fully rid himself of his own conflicts of interest around the world, Donald Trump is making decisions that will endanger the country he is supposed to lead. And he's not even president yet.

    Trump is making clear his disregard for the integrity of the system that he was elected to defend.


    http://www.usnews.com/opinion/world...-is-already-undermining-our-national-security
     
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