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Reply #120 posted 06/16/17 6:41am

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popcorn I heard Mueller was following the money....

popcorn Trump surrogates are working hard to discredit him. He must be getting somewhere. Pence lawyered up too. Maybe Teflon knows something,lol.

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Reply #121 posted 06/16/17 10:12am

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Reply #122 posted 06/16/17 10:17am

SoulAlive

One of these men is lying.Which one do you believe? lol lol Image result for either Trump or Comey is lying

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Reply #123 posted 06/16/17 10:43am

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http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/deputy-attorney-general-privately-acknowledges-recuse-russia-probe/story?id=48080253

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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein acknowledges he may need to recuse himself from Russia probe, sources say

The senior Justice Department official with ultimate authority over the special counsel's probe of Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 election has privately acknowledged to colleagues that he may have to recuse himself from the matter, which he took charge of only after Attorney General Jeff Sessions' own recusal, sources tell ABC News.

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Those private remarks from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein are significant because they reflect the widening nature of the federal probe, which now includes a preliminary inquiry into whether President Donald Trump attempted to obstruct justice when he allegedly tried to curtail the probe and then fired James Comey as FBI director.

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Rosenstein, who authored an extensive and publicly-released memorandum recommending Comey's firing, raised the possibility of his recusal during a recent meeting with Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand, the Justice Department's new third-in-command, according to sources.

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Although Rosenstein appointed a special counsel to lead the federal probe, he still makes the final decisions about resources, personnel and -- if necessary -- any prosecutions.

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In the recent meeting with Brand, Rosenstein told her that if he were to recuse himself, she would have to step in and take over those responsibilities. She was sworn-in little more than a month ago.

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Reply #124 posted 06/16/17 4:12pm

214

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One of these men is lying.Which one do you believe? lol lol Image result for either Trump or Comey is lying

Most likely both of them.

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Reply #125 posted 06/16/17 4:52pm

purplepoppy

Good answer 214!

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Reply #126 posted 06/23/17 2:13pm

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214 said:

SoulAlive said:

One of these men is lying.Which one do you believe? lol lol Image result for either Trump or Comey is lying

Most likely both of them.


wait, one is lying and you believe both? confuse

"When you have people who don't know about science standing in denial of it and rising to power - that is a recipe for the complete dismantling of our informed democracy" - Neil de Grasse Tyson
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Reply #127 posted 06/23/17 3:59pm

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214 said:




SoulAlive said:


One of these men is lying.Which one do you believe? lol lol Image result for either Trump or Comey is lying



Most likely both of them.




wait, one is lying and you believe both? confuse


Hey, sometimes right wing talking points work and sometimes they dont!
Matthew 5:38-39
“You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.’ But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.
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Reply #128 posted 06/23/17 4:29pm

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45 finds it bothersome that Comey is "good friends" with Mueller.

I find Jared and Ivanka in the WH BOTHERSOME.

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Reply #129 posted 06/23/17 4:41pm

214

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214 said:

Most likely both of them.


wait, one is lying and you believe both? confuse

I don't know anymore.

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Reply #130 posted 06/24/17 6:20am

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There is definitely game playing going on. I tend to believe Comey over Trump re Trump asking him to drop the investigation (in so many words).

But Comey knew those HRC emails he released right before the election were duplicates. What about that? My guess is that Comey and Trump were getting along until Trump tried to end the Russia investigation completely which stepped on Comey's FBI toes.

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Reply #131 posted 06/24/17 2:40pm

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There is definitely game playing going on. I tend to believe Comey over Trump re Trump asking him to drop the investigation (in so many words).

But Comey knew those HRC emails he released right before the election were duplicates. What about that? My guess is that Comey and Trump were getting along until Trump tried to end the Russia investigation completely which stepped on Comey's FBI toes.


That I do not understand at all. What was his point?

But here's something... when Trump said he did not tape hs conversation(s) with Comey and said his tweet about said tapes was meant to keep Comey honest. Comey was a witness, was he trying to influence a witness? Is *that* legal?





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Reply #132 posted 06/24/17 3:35pm

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purplepoppy said:

There is definitely game playing going on. I tend to believe Comey over Trump re Trump asking him to drop the investigation (in so many words).

But Comey knew those HRC emails he released right before the election were duplicates. What about that? My guess is that Comey and Trump were getting along until Trump tried to end the Russia investigation completely which stepped on Comey's FBI toes.


That I do not understand at all. What was his point?

But here's something... when Trump said he did not tape hs conversation(s) with Comey and said his tweet about said tapes was meant to keep Comey honest. Comey was a witness, was he trying to influence a witness? Is *that* legal?





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Probably not. But now is it he said/he said? Confusing. Are Comey's notes worth anything?

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