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11084 No. 11084 ID: 22c903

The constitution is safe. Our country will have a border wall to keep the filthy drug mules and their shitty welfare sucking criminal anchor offspring out. We will defund bullshit special interests. Purge the Marxism from the colleges, break up the (possibly pedophilic) democrat mafia squatting in DC, restore journalistic ethics to our press and become a non-service based economy again. Small businesses and innovation will boom in the next four years. The truth will ring long, sharp and free.

A golden age is before us folks.

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>> No. 11257 ID: 9723b1
This kindergarten level inanity is the last resort of a hopeless man. Enjoy the next 18 years.

>unnamed sources
Wew lad and these unnamed sources are breaking the law apparently, because they're releasing information regarding an ONGOING INVESTIGATION.

Oh btw?
>phone records
Didn't CNN and FBI deny that wiretapping of Trump took place? And CNN is now claiming that FBI wiretapping of Trump is proving his collusion with Russia?

Fucking pick a lie already and stick to it, you can't shout multiple contradictory lies at people and expect to be taken seriously.
>> No. 11258 ID: ea8f9f
You don't use wiretaps to get phone records.
>> No. 11259 ID: d4c8ee
It's been revealed that Flynn was also plotting with the Turks too.
>Former CIA Director James Woolsey said that he attended a secret meeting in September with ousted Trump national security adviser Adm. Mike Flynn to plan a covert operation to “whisk away” a fugitive cleric and hand him over to Turkey’s authoritarian government.

>The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that Woolsey and other people present at the meeting confirmed that Flynn was coordinating with officials from the cabinet of right-wing Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan in anticipation of extraditing Fethullah Gulen back to Turkey should Trump win the presidency.

>The “dead of night” operation was intended to circumvent normal U.S. extradition laws, Woolsey said. The meeting took place on Sep. 19, and Woolsey said he arrived late only to be startled and alarmed that the discussion was treading into potentially illegal territory.

>The plan, according to Woolsey, was “a covert step in the dead of night to whisk this guy away.” Gulen is wanted in Turkey for allegedly aiding last summer’s failed military coup against the Erdogan regime.

>“It isn’t known who raised the idea or what Mr. Flynn concluded about it,” said the Journal.
>> No. 11260 ID: eb2308
Sources confirm trump is martian, refuse to comment on likelihood of anal probing becoming mandatory.
>> No. 11261 ID: d4c8ee
Russian foreign ministry is upset that people won't stop leaking stuff about their agents in the White House.


>Also, I would like to say that if the practice of leaking information that concerns not just the United States but also Russia, which has become a tradition in Washington in the past few years, continues, there will come a day when the media will publish leaks about the things that Washington asked us to keep secret, for example, things that happened during President Obama’s terms in office. Believe me, this could be very interesting information.

>Our American colleagues must decide if they respect the diplomatic procedure, if they keep their word on the arrangements made between us, primarily arrangements made at their own request, or we create a few very nice surprises for each other.
>> No. 11262 ID: 983596
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First heard about a CRA bill passed last month I totally would have called my congresspeople/senators about. Gonna keep watching that wikipedia page now.
>> No. 11263 ID: d4c8ee
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>Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is willing to testify before federal and congressional investigators, but only if he is granted immunity, his lawyer said Thursday.

>"Gen. Flynn certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit. ... No reasonable person, who has the benefit of advice from counsel, would submit to questioning in such a highly politicized, witch-hunt environment without assurances against unfair prosecution," Robert Kelner, Flynn's lawyer, said in a statement late Thursday.
>> No. 11264 ID: d4c8ee
>when you are given immunity that means you have probably committed a crime
>> No. 11265 ID: dd244d
>impeach drumpf
>she could still win!
How do you feel now that you know that Trump suggested the immunity and convinced Flynn to testify.

Who do you think this is going to implicate :^)

Does it matter if Obama had Trump wiretapped or spied on him in some other way? Watergate wasn't about wiretapping, as in literal tapping of a wire, either.

It's still both illegal and immoral.
>> No. 11266 ID: b70387
My comment is clearly in reference to >>116011 saying
>Didn't CNN and FBI deny that wiretapping of Trump took place? And CNN is now claiming that FBI wiretapping of Trump is proving his collusion with Russia?

Any investigation that happened or is happening appears to be within the bounds of the law.
>> No. 11267 ID: 9723b1
>You don't use wiretaps to get phone records.
Well I don't, but the FBI and NSA do.


See that? See how I took what you said, removed all meaning from it, and then tried to score some halfhearted nitpicky gotcha on a meaningless phrase?

That type of tactic should be familiar, it's kind of exactly what you did in this post >>116016
>> No. 11268 ID: b70387
Accusing someone of wiretapping him is a very serious thing, and he shouldn't use imprecise language, if he knows what happened isn't exactly that.
>> No. 11269 ID: a1c7fe

The point is that used colloquially, wiretapping is a term that applies to any type of high tech spying.

Trump is 100% right on that.

Denying it by claiming no physical wires were tapped is dumb.
>> No. 11270 ID: e188a9
And he has still provided absolutely no proof for his claims.

Who's ready for a national sales tax? Because I hear having money is for cucks.
>> No. 11271 ID: b70387

Former US Attorney: Susan Rice Ordered Spy Agencies To Produce ‘Detailed Spreadsheets’ Involving Trump

>Former President Barack Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice ordered U.S. spy agencies to produce “detailed spreadsheets” of legal phone calls involving Donald Trump and his aides when he was running for president, according to former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova.

>“What was produced by the intelligence community at the request of Ms. Rice were detailed spreadsheets of intercepted phone calls with unmasked Trump associates in perfectly legal conversations with individuals,” diGenova told The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group Monday.

>“The overheard conversations involved no illegal activity by anybody of the Trump associates, or anyone they were speaking with,” diGenova said. “In short, the only apparent illegal activity was the unmasking of the people in the calls.”

>Other official sources with direct knowledge and who requested anonymity confirmed to TheDCNF diGenova’s description of surveillance reports Rice ordered one year before the 2016 presidential election.

Top Obama Adviser Sought Names of Trump Associates in Intel

>White House lawyers last month learned that the former national security adviser Susan Rice requested the identities of U.S. persons in raw intelligence reports on dozens of occasions that connect to the Donald Trump transition and campaign, according to U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

>The pattern of Rice's requests was discovered in a National Security Council review of the government's policy on "unmasking" the identities of individuals in the U.S. who are not targets of electronic eavesdropping, but whose communications are collected incidentally. Normally those names are redacted from summaries of monitored conversations and appear in reports as something like "U.S. Person One."

>The intelligence reports were summaries of monitored conversations -- primarily between foreign officials discussing the Trump transition, but also in some cases direct contact between members of the Trump team and monitored foreign officials. One U.S. official familiar with the reports said they contained valuable political information on the Trump transition such as whom the Trump team was meeting, the views of Trump associates on foreign policy matters and plans for the incoming administration.


>Rice's requests to unmask the names of Trump transition officials do not vindicate Trump's own tweets from March 4 in which he accused Obama of illegally tapping Trump Tower. There remains no evidence to support that claim.

>But Rice's multiple requests to learn the identities of Trump officials discussed in intelligence reports during the transition period does highlight a longstanding concern for civil liberties advocates about U.S. surveillance programs. The standard for senior officials to learn the names of U.S. persons incidentally collected is that it must have some foreign intelligence value, a standard that can apply to almost anything. This suggests Rice's unmasking requests were likely within the law.
>> No. 11272 ID: d4c8ee
>The C.I.A. told senior lawmakers in classified briefings last summer that it had information indicating that Russia was working to help elect Donald J. Trump president, a finding that did not emerge publicly until after Mr. Trump’s victory months later, former government officials say.

>The briefings indicate that intelligence officials had evidence of Russia’s intentions to help Mr. Trump much earlier in the presidential campaign than previously thought. The briefings also reveal a critical split last summer between the C.I.A. and counterparts at the F.B.I., where a number of senior officials continued to believe through last fall that Russia’s cyberattacks were aimed only at disrupting America’s political system, and not at getting Mr. Trump elected, according to interviews.

>The former officials said that in late August — 10 weeks before the election — John O. Brennan, then the C.I.A. director, was so concerned about increasing evidence of Russia’s election meddling that he began a series of urgent, individual briefings for eight top members of Congress, some of them on secure phone lines while they were on their summer break.

>It is unclear what new intelligence might have prompted the classified briefings. But with concerns growing both internally and publicly at the time about a significant Russian breach of the Democratic National Committee, the C.I.A. began seeing signs of possible connections to the Trump campaign, the officials said. By the final weeks of the campaign, Congress and the intelligence agencies were racing to understand the scope of the Russia threat.
>> No. 11273 ID: 185975
>The C.I.A.
>senior lawmakers
>former government officials
>senior officials
>members of Congress
>the officials
I'm impressed.

>John O. Brennan
>Obamas personal assistant
Ah ha. We're beginning to see why the other "sources" remain undisclosed.

>significant Russian breach of the Democratic National Committee
The password was Obama08, and the source of the information is a berniebro whistleblower.

Nice try to paper over facts though.
>> No. 11274 ID: d4c8ee
Trump voters will have their property seized and be forced out of their homes if the wall gets built. And some might end up living in Mexico when they send out surveyors to check where the border actually is.


>Trump supporters in Texas are coming to the realization that their vote for the president may force some of them out of their homes for less than they are worth, with others finding out that — if they stay — they’ll be living in Mexico if his wall is built.

>According to one family who had their farm cut in half — part of it in the U.S., part of it in Mexico — they are still stunned that government was able to take their property 10 years ago.

>“I was very angry, I just kept saying, how can they do that? How is that possible in the United States that they can do this?” D’Ann Loop of Brownsville recalled. “They put up a fence in front of our land and then keep us in here — lock us in. I didn’t understand. I was very — I was floored and flabbergasted.”

>According to Loop, all of their property is now on the Mexico side after losing in court.

>“It left us no property on the U.S. side of the border wall, including my house,” she explained. “Everything was behind — on the Mexican side of the U.S. border fence,” with her husband adding they enter the U.S. through a locked gate

>According to Pat Bell of River Bend, she voted for Trump but never supported his border wall plan, and now she may have to get a lawyer because her home will no longer be in Texas.

>Saying fences and walls don’t work, Bell said she’ll fight to stop it.

>“Absolutely I would go to the people who are in charge and, you hate to say I would get a lawyer, but if it comes to that issue, you would,” she explained.
>> No. 11275 ID: 791f24
>implying Obama liked Hillary or even wanted her to win
Obama was forced to tolerate her and used her to his advantage, but he didn't like her or respect her, he was the one that shit on her coronation in 2008. She had the private email server because she didn't want Obama looking at her shit. Nobody else was in control of the government's spy organizations when Hillary decided to have a private email server. All of this Russia shit may be Obama trying to cover up his own hand in sabotaging the Clinton campaign. Who appointed James Comey as FBI boss? Putin?
>> No. 11276 ID: 04b349
Trump's constant visits to Palm Beach is costing the city and local businesses millions of dollars in revenue.
>> No. 11277 ID: 9723b1
>ahurrr bummer don lyk hilldog
He campaigned for her 24/7 while still being paid by the tax money of the 75% of the country that didn't vote for him.

Goddamn it Jedi stop petting your wiener and attend to this!

("This is for Jedi, get your grubby paws off it senseless")
(Being silly.)
>> No. 11278 ID: b70387
FBI obtained FISA warrant to monitor former Trump adviser Carter Page

>The FBI obtained a secret court order last summer to monitor the communications of an adviser to presidential candidate Donald Trump, part of an investigation into possible links between Russia and the campaign, law enforcement and other U.S. officials said.

>The FBI and the Justice Department obtained the warrant targeting Carter Page’s communications after convincing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judge that there was probable cause to believe Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power, in this case Russia, according to the officials.

>This is the clearest evidence so far that the FBI had reason to believe during the 2016 presidential campaign that a Trump campaign adviser was in touch with Russian agents. Such contacts are now at the center of an investigation into whether the campaign coordinated with the Russian government to swing the election in Trump’s favor.


>A former Trump campaign adviser said Page submitted policy memos to the campaign and several times asked to be given a meeting with Trump, though his request was never granted. “He was one of the more active ones, in terms of being in touch,” the adviser said.


>Officials have said the FBI and the Justice Department were particularly reluctant to seek FISA warrants of campaign figures during the 2016 presidential race because of concerns that agents would inadvertently eavesdrop on political talk. To obtain a FISA warrant, prosecutors must show that a significant purpose of the warrant is to obtain foreign intelligence information.

>Page is the only American to have had his communications directly targeted with a FISA warrant in 2016 as part of the Russia probe, officials said.
>> No. 11279 ID: 791f24
the campaigning was just keeping up appearances.
my conspiracy theory is as valid as anyone else's until proven wrong.
>> No. 11280 ID: 9723b1
>Being silly is a bannable offense
Then let me be serious: Why must you act like a child? Is it the ginger genetics? Grow the fuck up.

Shareblue is a propaganda outlet, it is not news, and I know you wouldn't tolerate anyone posting stormfront so kindly be consistent for once.
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>Shareblue is a propaganda outlet, it is not news,

So is wikileaks but it doesn't make the documents they host any less real.
>> No. 11282 ID: b70387
What he said >>116311. Also, one-hour, one-board ban. Gotta get my manlet frustrations out somehow.
>> No. 11283 ID: 9723b1
In the history of the office of the president no location has been "reimbursed" for being visited.

They demand Trump pay out of pocket because law enforcement has to prevent the crackheads Soros shipped in from rioting. That's like me paying for someone to fuck you in the ass, then charging you for the service of not getting fucked in the ass.

Why not block the rioters from entering? Why not complain to Soros? Why not turn the fact that the president is routinely visiting into a tourist attraction and rake in millions? Considering three congresspeople signed this "letter", why not pass a law in congress appropriating some extra funds for palm beach? Because they don't want a solution, it's retarded virtue signalling.

Trump will either ignore it, because he's in the executive branch and cant do these congressmens job for them, or he'll do something lulzworthy and offer them a loan with 30% interest.

tl;dr fake news posted on operatorchan by people being paid to be disruptive
>> No. 11288 ID: 71c91b
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https://is.gd/lJd6pY - Trump Releases His Budget Draft Proposal; Reads Straight Out Of Republican Playbook
https://is.gd/lMxS2n - Trump's First Budget Proposal Would Gut EPA/USDA
https://is.gd/Zylid6 - And 62 Other Agencies And Programs, While Funneling That Money To The Military and Police
https://is.gd/kjK6Jd - U.S. Pressure Forces G20 To Drop Climate Change Financing From Joint Statement
https://is.gd/H50I7B - Trump Repeal of Climate Rules Means U.S. Paris Target May Now Be Out of Reach; Under Trump it's Heading In The Opposite Direction
https://is.gd/M5CuvQ - Trump Repeals Regulation Protecting Workers From Wage Theft

https://is.gd/5xi5TS - U.S. Allegedly Killed 200 Civilians In Mosul Air Strike
https://is.gd/q8e4jC - And Dozens In Syria
https://is.gd/O6uFwq - U.S. Military Has Allegedly Killed More than 1,000 Civilians In The Month Of March

https://is.gd/Tteobx - Trump Signs "Citizens United For Churches" Executive Order
https://is.gd/lu8ZLl - Betsy DeVos Undoes Obama Student Loan Protections
https://is.gd/VLsMyr - Donald Trump Expected to Pick Shadow Banker for Key Position at the Fed

https://is.gd/3IMd38 - Larry Summers Had the Power to Punish Wall Street. Now He's Slamming Obama's Gentle Treatment.
https://is.gd/t1Gby9 - Trump's CIA Director Pompeo, Targeting WikiLeaks, Explicitly Threatens Speech and Press Freedoms
https://is.gd/qWGqtg - Alexander Acosta, Who Refused To Prosecute Billionaire Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, Nominated For Labor Secretary

>Trump promises to "drain the swamp", then fills the Federal Government full of wealth-addicted promise-breakers according to the will of the .01%

If these news posts haven't opened your eyes that Trump is just a puppet of the super rich transnational capitalist class and has been playing from their playbook from the start, I have some beachfront property in Florida to sell you.

Pic related because if Trump wasn't a puppet then the guy who posted said pic must be a precognitive
>> No. 11291 ID: 572056
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wtf is that, an image for ANTS?

Also that post is right here: >>115126
>> No. 11292 ID: cce514
Trump orders FCC to create Safe Space for him.


>Late night talk show host Stephen Colbert’s controversial joke about President Trump drew the attention of the Federal Communications Commission. The agency received “a number” of complaints about Colbert’s commentary earlier in the week, according to the FCC’s chief.

>FCC Chairman Ajit Pai promised to “take the appropriate action” following a comprehensive investigation of Colbert’s remarks.

>The FCC's response will depend on whether Colbert’s remarks are considered “obscene.”

>“We are going to take the facts that we find and we are going to apply the law as it’s been set out by the Supreme Court and other courts and we’ll take the appropriate action,” he told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT Thursday.
>> No. 11293 ID: 71fd09
>Trump orders...
I see no evidence of this.
>> No. 11294 ID: 8a1fae
drain the swamp lmao
>In the ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton on Saturday, Chinese investors were advised to invest sooner rather than later in case the rules change. “Invest early, and you will invest under the old rules,” one speaker said.

>The woman identified as “Jared’s sister” was believed to be Nicole Kushner, who is involved in the family business, not Dara Kushner, who generally stays out of the spotlight. But the woman’s face was not clearly visible from the back of the ballroom, where reporters were told to remain.

>Saturday’s event in Beijing was hosted by the Chinese company Qiaowai, which connects U.S. companies with Chinese investors. The tagline on a brochure for the event: “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States.”
>> No. 11295 ID: aadd02
>“Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the United States.”
If you are rich and want to invest in American business, we will fast track your citizenship. This is not a secret. This is policy, it has been for years, and it's generally good for America.
>> No. 11296 ID: b70387
Yeah, but they're talking about ending that program, which would provide added incentive to take advantage of it now.
>> No. 11297 ID: 8ea750
Obama: "Donny don't touch that stove, it's hot"
Trump: "I can do what I want! I'm a big boy!"
*5 minutes later*
Trump: "Aaaah! Obama you rat! This is your fault!"

>President Barack Obama warned Donald J. Trump against hiring Michael T. Flynn to be part of his national security team when Mr. Obama met with his successor in the Oval Office two days after the November election, two former Obama administration officials said on Monday.

>Mr. Obama, who had fired Mr. Flynn as the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, told Mr. Trump that he would have profound concerns about Mr. Flynn becoming a top national security aide, said the administration officials, who were briefed on the Oval Office conversation. Mr. Trump later ignored the advice, naming Mr. Flynn to be his national security adviser.

>Mr. Flynn was forced out of that position after it was revealed that he had lied to Vice President Mike Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador to the United States, amid a continuing investigation into connections between the Russian government and the Trump campaign.
>> No. 11298 ID: d4c8ee
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Trump: "Aaaah! Obama you rat! How could you give your own successor the ol' spicy general?!"

>> No. 11299 ID: 02ca39
Guess Comey was getting too close to the truth.
>> No. 11300 ID: d4c8ee
The "official" reason is that he was too hard on Hillary over the emails. It's Nixon firing AGs until he can find one who will do what he wants (or in this case, stop investigating him) all over again.


Also the senate intel committee investigation just ordered the Treasury Department to start turning over information.

Grand jury subpoenas have also been issued into the investigation into Flynn.
>> No. 11301 ID: bf8856
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imagine the outcry from all of the self-identified patriots, constitutionalists and so-called conservatives on this board if president obama had fired comey over the clinton investigation back in september.
looks like when its their guy they all say he dindu nuffin
>> No. 11302 ID: 84dc01

lol Jesus, it's like watching schizophrenics try to work shit out. Keep frothing.
>> No. 11303 ID: d4c8ee
>He had grown enraged by the Russia investigation, two advisers said, frustrated by his inability to control the mushrooming narrative around Russia. He repeatedly asked aides why the Russia investigation wouldn’t disappear and demanded they speak out for him. He would sometimes scream at television clips about the probe, one adviser said.

>Trump had grown angry with the Russia investigation — particularly Comey admitting in front of the Senate that the FBI was investigating his campaign — and that the FBI director wouldn't support his claims that President Barack Obama had tapped his phones in Trump Tower.

>Bipartisan criticism of Comey had mounted since last summer after his lengthy statement outlining why he was closing the investigation into Clinton’s private email server.

>But the fallout seemed to take the White House by surprise. Trump made a round of calls around 5 p.m., asking for support from senators. White House officials believed it would be a "win-win" because Republicans and Democrats alike have problems with the FBI director, one person briefed on their deliberations said.

>Instead, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer told him he was making a big mistake — and Trump seemed "taken aback," according to a person familiar with the call.

>By Tuesday evening, the president was watching the coverage of his decision and frustrated no one was on TV defending him, a White House official said. He wanted surrogates out there beating the drum.

>Instead, advisers were attacking each other for not realizing the gravity of the situation as events blew up. "How are you not defending your position for three solid hours on TV?" the White House aide said.
>> No. 11304 ID: aadd02
I liked Comey. He seemed bipartisan and fearless. Can't say I'm surprised by this though.
>> No. 11305 ID: 749934
Trump meets with handler day after firing man investigating him for treason.
>A day after firing the FBI director who had been overseeing the sweeping probe into his campaign's ties to Russia, President Trump has just one event on his public schedule: an Oval Office meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

>The sit-down between Trump and Lavrov, the first face-to-face contact the president has had with a senior official of the Russian government, will take place Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the White House. It will be closed to the press, according to the White House schedule.
>> No. 11306 ID: f21a80
"lol who needs opsec when you've got great deals?" says trump as russians bug oval office.


>A photographer for a Russian state-owned news agency was allowed into the Oval Office on Wednesday during President Trump’s meeting with Russian diplomats, a level of access that was criticized by former U.S. intelligence officials as a potential security breach.

>The officials cited the danger that a listening device or other surveillance equipment could have been brought into the Oval Office while hidden in cameras or other electronics. Former U.S. intelligence officials raised questions after photos of Trump’s meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov were posted online by the Tass news agency.

>Among those commenting on the issue was former deputy CIA director David S. Cohen. Responding to a question posed online about whether it was a sound decision to allow the photographer into the Oval Office, Cohen replied on Twitter: “No it was not.” He declined to elaborate when reached by phone.
>> No. 11307 ID: d4c8ee
FBI acting director McCabe contradicts White House statements.
>“Director Comey enjoyed broad support within the F.B.I. and still does to this day,” Mr. McCabe said at the hearing.

>“The vast majority of F.B.I. employees enjoyed a deep and positive connection to Director Comey,” he added.

>Mr. McCabe also said that the Justice Department’s investigation into whether any Trump associates colluded with Russia in the presidential election was “highly significant,” another direct contradiction of the White House.

>A day earlier, a spokeswoman for Mr. Trump, trying to parry accusations that Mr. Comey’s firing was related to the Russia inquiry, called it “probably one of the smallest things that they’ve got going on their plate” at the F.B.I.

Trump admits reason for firing Comey was a lie.
>On Tuesday, President Trump said he fired FBI Director James Comey “based on the clear recommendations of both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.”

>On Thursday, Trump told NBC’s Lester Holt that “regardless of recommendation, I was going to fire Comey.”

>It’s a stunning reversal. It’s tantamount to an official admission that the original explanation the Trump administration gave for Comey’s firing — which presented a three-page memo from Deputy AG Rosenstein, about Comey’s handling of the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state, as the justification for the move — was a lie.

FBI and US Marshals raid GOP campaign advisor offices in VA.
>> No. 11308 ID: d4c8ee
One thing that's interesting is that none of the official press releases, readout or schedules mention that Kyslak, a active FSB officer, attended, and that he has been cropped out of all the photos released by the WH.
>> No. 11309 ID: aadd02

President Trump suggested Friday that there may be “tapes” of his private conversations with FBI Director James B. Comey, whom he fired earlier this week, in an apparent attempt to threaten Comey about “leaking to the press.”

James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 12, 2017

In his tweet, Trump appears to suggest that he may have recordings of his communications with Comey. It is unclear if such tapes exist, however.

White House spokespeople did not immediately respond to questions about whether Trump had in fact taped his conversations with Comey.

Trump put the word tapes in quotation marks, indicating that perhaps there may be a record of some kind if not an actual audio or video recording.
>> No. 11310 ID: a8529b
Apparently he also tried to make Comey swear loyalty to him.
>what would happen if I demanded your loyalty?
>i would be extremely honest

>As they ate, the president and Mr. Comey made small talk about the election and the crowd sizes at Mr. Trump’s rallies. The president then turned the conversation to whether Mr. Comey would pledge his loyalty to him.

>Mr. Comey declined to make that pledge. Instead, Mr. Comey has recounted to others, he told Mr. Trump that he would always be honest with him, but that he was not “reliable” in the conventional political sense.

Now before somebody goes "BUT HE'S THE PRESIDENT" I'll direct them to this article by a USAF pilot about integrity vs loyalty:
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I got Gorsuch on the SCOTUS. I expected little else from Trump.

He will be fighting the Bush/McCain faction of the republican party as well as the democrats for the next four years
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