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117514 No. 117514 ID: 85023b

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his longtime business partner Rick Gates have been charged in a 12-count indictment with conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money and making false statements.

It marked the first criminal allegations to come from Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia to influence the 2016 election.

Gates did not respond to a request for comment, nor did Jason Maloni, a spokesman for Manafort. Manafort was spotted walking into the FBI’s Washington Field Office Monday morning.
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Also George Papadopoulos, who was arrested back in July, just pled guilty to lying to the FBI about collusion.
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*in an extremely St. Petersberg IP address* this clearly just more russophobic racism against russia and as american I urge my fellow citizen to support doland j trump
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>At Facebook, roughly 126 million users in the United States may have seen posts, stories or other content created by Russian government-backed trolls around Election Day, according to a source familiar with the company’s forthcoming testimony to Congress.

Can we discuss terms of your surrender now?
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Poor bastard
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In my dreams, Trump and Clinton get perp walked through a gauntlet of journalists on the same day.
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washington dc folks are outrageously concerned about their own safety since the clinton years, like its a literal outrage. only mere citizens who lived in the region would ever have noticed, but back in the 1980s any mere citizen could just walk into the capital building, talk to their representatives & observe proceedings. these days the capital is guarded buy military dudes with automatic weapons, it looks just like what they used to make fun of as a third world strongman dictatorship. if you want to find out whats going on for yourself these days you need official permission, usually from your member of congress and you need to arrange it weeks in advance. chilling effects and all that, it bugs me cause i grew up in that region before it was so locked down.
so why not just build a big prison wall around the whole city? lock them all in once and for all. they'll be safe as all hell if nobody from scary outside the beltway america can get in.

this post has been reviewed by the nsa and fbi (probably)
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Alas it is not to be.
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>Federal investigators have gathered enough evidence to bring charges in their investigation of President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and his son as part of the probe into Russia's intervention in the 2016 election, according to multiple sources familiar with the investigation.

>Michael T. Flynn, who was fired after just 24 days on the job, was one of the first Trump associates to come under scrutiny in the federal probe now led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into possible collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign.

>Mueller is applying renewed pressure on Flynn following his indictment of Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, three sources familiar with the investigation told NBC News.
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WASHINGTON — For months, commentators and officials describing special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia have used words such as “collusion” and “coordination” to summarize the complicated federal probe.

President Donald Trump himself has latched onto the terms, declaring on Twitter last week that there had been “NO COLLUSION” after criminal charges were unveiled against three of his ex-campaign aides.

But the words by themselves do little to explain how campaign officials might be prosecuted for contacts with Russian operatives, according to legal experts. That raises questions about which crimes Mueller’s prosecutors will use to bring criminal cases stemming from what began as a FBI counterintelligence investigation 15 months ago.

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