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  1. Uglytruth

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    Happened under WHO'S WATCH? WHO has Russian connections?
     
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    Did Jared Kushner throw his brother-in-law Don Jnr under the bus? Or was it, the Russians, the FBI - or even his DAD?
    • The disclosure that Donald Trump Jr met a Russian lawyer after an offer of official dirt on Hillary Clinton has electrified politics
    • The biggest question hanging over it is who told the New York Times that the meeting had happened - and who leaked the incriminating emails
    • Candidates include Jared Kushner, the FBI, the Russians, and a series of other possibilities


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    'The deception is mind-boggling': Fox News anchor Shep Smith in blistering attack on Donald Jr and the Trump administration's 'lies' about Russia
    • Fox News Channel anchor Shepard Smith on Friday assailed the 'mind-boggling deception' by Trump administration in explaining Russia probe revelations
    • In a 90-second commentary, Smith took the administration to task for failing to be more forthcoming
    • It was learned Friday that Donald Trump Jr did not disclose the fact that a Russian lobbyist and former spy attended a June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower
    • Smith's comments are noteworthy because Fox News Channel is considered the cable news outlet that is most sympathetic to Trump


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    Trump's circular firing squad: Allies of the president scramble to shift the blame for the escalating Russian collusion and Don Jr's email scandal from themselves to each other
    • White House's Russia soap opera is pitting allies of the president against each other - and creating divides in the president's family
    • President Donald Trump and his eldest son have retained separate attorneys
    • So has Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, a senior White House advisor
    • Trump's former campaign hands are meanwhile pointing the finger of blame at each other for the Russian collusion debacle


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    the_shootist The war is here on our doorstep! Midas Member Site Supporter ++

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    What laws were broken? Why is the word 'lies' in quotation marks? Did they lie or didn't they?
     
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    Trump slams Sessions and says he would NEVER have hired him if he knew he'd recuse himself from Russia probe - before warning special prosecutor Mueller not to pry into his family business in explosive interview
    • Trump spoke with The New York Times in an interview published on Wednesday
    • He told the newspaper he never would have hired Jeff Sessions as the Attorney General if he knew he would later recuse himself from Russia investigation
    • Trump said it was 'unfair to the president' that Sessions took the job then stepped away from the probe
    • He also slammed James Comey, the ousted FBI director, claiming he used the dirty dossier of made-up material about him as leverage to try to keep his job
    • He also warned special prosecutor Robert Mueller not to look in to his family or his family's finances as part of the ongoing probe into links to the Kremlin
    • Taking aim at the special prosecutor's efforts, Trump said his office was full of 'conflicts of interest'


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    Comey was WRONG to leak his account of meeting Trump, says deputy attorney general overseeing Russia probe
    • Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein sat down with Fox News Channel's Martha MacCallum
    • Rosenstein admonished former FBI Director James Comey for leaking his memos on conversation with President Trump to the press
    • The deputy AG defended his decision to appoint Special Counsel Robert Mueller, saying the investigator now handling the Russia probe enjoys bipartisan support


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    Wow...
    This is getting crazy.
     
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    Past time to dump Sessions, Rosenthal, McCabe, this is a fking joke what they are allowing Mueller to do
     
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    Trump 'asks about pardon powers': President is 'looking in to how he can protect himself, his family and his business from Russia probe and is digging up dirt on Mueller to discredit the investigation'
    • The Washington Post claims President Trump asked advisers about how to pardon himself, his family and his businesses on Thursday
    • Separately, he has asked his lawyers to dig up dirt on former FBI Director Robert Mueller in an effort to discredit his Russia investigation, it was claimed
    • At the same time, Mark Corallo, the spokesman from his legal team resigned
    • Corallo did not want to publicly criticize Mueller as instructed, sources said
    • Trump ordered a reshuffle of the team late on Thursday night as a result
    • His long-serving personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz will see his responsibilities reduced as a result, it was claimed


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    How the hay is it " they " know what it is he is asking his attorney ?
    How is it they can even claim that ?
    Its ALL like the Natl Enquirer now.
    Disgusting.
    International businessman.
    500 odd corporations.
    Deals and ties and deals and ties at as many lsvels as tge FBI has.
    F me.
    Cannot even SEE Obamas so called transcripts or ANYTHING.
    But they want to dissect Trump.
    Get into hiz businesses and make up more crap.
    Not cool.
    Its now apparent , to me at least, that being a
    " productive member of society " is a foreign idea to almost anyone in that loop.
    Parasites.
    Sucker fish.
    Ticks.
    Dog robbers ( would rob a dog for a bone )
    This is going to tear the country apart and is totally not a good usage of our tax $...yeah...all borrowed anyways...
    Late for coffee. Gotta go.
    Back later.
    Regards Search,
     
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    Local paper..........

    Whopper of the Week
    Russian meddling on behalf of Hillary Clinton?
    • By Gregory Hill
    • 7 hrs ago

    Claims of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia have spawned some fanciful conspiracy theories.

    One recent letter to the editor is particularly ambitious. It suggests that Clinton, not Trump, was the collaborator, claiming that Ted Kennedy and other Democrats have been colluding with the Russians to rig elections for years. (The Kennedy story, based upon a highly questionable KGB memo, is rated “Mostly False” by PolitiFact.)

    The letter claims ominously that Clinton “signed off on the Uranium One deal sending U.S. uranium to Russia.” Snopes.com notes that (1) while the Russians purchased a 51percent financial stake Uranium One, an international mining company with U.S. subsidiaries, the U.S. uranium was not (and under US law cannot be) exported, and remains under the control of US-based subsidiaries; (2) approval of the deal was made by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) chaired by the Treasury Department, on which the State Department had only one of nine seats; and (3) Under-Secretary Jose Fernandez, who represented Clinton on CFIUS, insisted that Clinton “never intervened” in CFIUS matters. (Annenberg Center’s FactCheck.org confirms these observations.)

    The letter claims that nine Uranium One stockholders made large donations to the Clinton Foundation charity. Snopes notes that the largest donation came from Canadian Frank Giustra, who sold his entire stake in Uranium One three years before the Russia deal and 18 months before Clinton became secretary of state. Of the other stockholders, only one (Ian Telfer, also Canadian) contributed in the same time frame the deal was taking place. Telfer claims his contributions were made at the urging of Giustra, his friend and mentor, from enthusiasm for particular charitable endeavors. Telfer never even discussed Uranium One with the Clintons.

    The letter claims “the Federal agent who transported the sample of uranium for inspection by the Russians was James Comey.” Here, the author confuses the delivery of highly enriched uranium seized in early 2006 in Georgia during a nuclear smuggling “sting” operation with the Uranium One Deal. There is no connection. Robert Mueller -- then Bush’s FBI director, and now the special counsel appointed by Trump's Justice Department to investigate Russian meddling allegations -- made the delivery, not James Comey.

    The author makes much of a report (though even he calls it “unsubstantiated”) of donations allegedly made by companies involved in Russia’s Silicon Valley (Skolkovo) project to Clinton Foundation charities, but offers no evidence that Clinton did anything for the project other than allowing its entrepreneurs to devote some of the fruits of their labors to charitable causes.

    The author claims that the DNC refused to allow federal intelligence agencies to examine the servers allegedly hacked by the Russians, but (as PolitiFact notes, labeling the claim as “False”) neglects to mention that the DNC furnished the FBI with complete copies of the servers, containing everything the servers contained.

    Finally, he mentions “ties” between the Russian lawyer from whom Donald Trump, Jr. attempted to obtain dirt on the Clintons and Fusion GPS, a firm “retained by Democratic operatives to develop opposition research on Trump.” He doesn't mention that Fusion GPS was initially hired by "Never Trump" Republicans to compile the research. It was retained by Democrats only after Trump won the GOP nomination. Its sole tie to the Russian lawyer was being hired by her firm to work on a case involving a Russian defendant in a sanctions case.

    The verdict: This letter tells the quintessential fish story. If anything was ever hooked, it was more likely a guppy than Moby Dick.

    Is there anything more substantial to suggestions that the Trump Campaign collaborated with the Russian meddling? That remains to be seen. It is not surprising that Russia would seek to influence the U.S. presidential election. Great powers (the U.S. included) tend to do things like that.

    Collaboration by U.S. citizens in such efforts would be another matter. Still, if Donald Jr. truly thought the Russian lawyer was bringing evidence of large illegal Russian contributions to Clinton’s campaign, as he claims, perhaps the greater sin would lie in refusing to accept and reveal such information. His evolving and contradictory accounts of the meeting do not, however, inspire confidence in his candor. Hopefully, when Mueller blows away the fog, we will find that all reports of serious, substantial collusion are just fish stories.

    Enjoying our content? Become a Bucks County Courier Times subscriber to support stories like these. Get full access to our signature journalism for just 44 cents a day.

    Gregory Hill is a retired attorney still doing pro bono work. Editorial board members Carl LaVo, Jennifer Hansen and Eric Bown provided consultation.

    http://www.buckscountycouriertimes....cle_2e0afd55-52e3-5786-b7cf-8da04f5ccc04.html
     
  18. Joe King

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    Man, don't be insulting the National Enquirer like that. Because unlike the others, they do still have a bit of journalistic standards left. lol
     
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    Trump Is Looking to Stop Mueller; The Left Prepares for Full Chimp Out

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    by The_Real_Fly
    Jul 20, 2017 11:53 PM


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    If God is truly great, Trump will fire Mueller, seize his documents, and have him arrested for colluding with the media and plotting a coup against the President. If chaos is truly set to rain down upon us, like the ash at Pompeii, we will need Trump to start taking militant action against his enemies.

    This is the end game now -- just 6 months into his Presidency.

    You know it's war, especially since he stopped the CIA project to arm and support ISIS in Syria. I know you cucks will say "they were moderate rebels." Bullshit. They were ISIS. Now be quiet about it.

    Reports are swirling tonight, after another leak out of Mueller's stupid investigative committee suggesting they were widening their probe into Trump's business, the President's lawyers are now looking to stop him.

    Via McClatchy:

    With the Russia investigation continuing to widen, Trump's lawyers are working to corral the probe and question the propriety of the special counsel's work. They are actively compiling a list of Mueller's alleged potential conflicts of interest, which they say could serve as a way to stymie his work, according to several of Trump's legal advisers.

    A conflict of interest is one of the possible grounds that can be cited by an attorney general to remove a special counsel from office under Justice Department regulations that set rules for the job.

    The president is also irritated by the notion that Mueller's probe could reach into his and his family's finances, advisers said.

    Trump has been fuming about the probe in recent weeks as he has been informed about the legal questions that he and his family could face. His primary frustration centers on why allegations that his campaign coordinated with Russia should spread into scrutinizing many years of Trump dealmaking. He has told aides he was especially disturbed after learning Mueller would be able to access several years of his tax returns.

    When comparing it to the impeachment investigation into President Clinton, one source for McClatchy said it paled in comparison.

    "This is Ken Starr times 1,000," said one lawyer involved in the case, referring to the independent counsel who oversaw an investigation that eventually led to House impeachment proceedings against President Bill Clinton. "Of course, it's going to go into his finances."

    The article then veered off the reservation and into lunaticville, discussing scenarios where the President would simply pardon himself. This is pure theoretical nonsense and McClatchy knows it.

    Currently, the discussions of pardoning authority by Trump's legal team is purely theoretical, according to two people familiar with the ongoing conversations. But if Trump pardoned himself in the face of the ongoing Mueller investigation, it would set off a legal and political firestorm, first around the question of whether a president can use the constitutional pardon power in that way.

    "This is a fiercely debated but unresolved legal question," said Brian Kalt, a constitutional law expert at Michigan State University who has written extensively on the question.

    The power to pardon is granted to the president in Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution, which gives the commander in chief the power to "grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offences against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment." That means pardon authority extends to federal criminal prosecution but not to state level or impeachment inquiries.

    No president has sought to pardon himself, so no courts have reviewed it. Although Kalt says the weight of the law argues against a president pardoning himself, he says the question is open and predicts such an action would move through the courts all the way to the Supreme Court.

    "There is no predicting what would happen," said Kalt, author of the book, "Constitutional Cliffhangers: A Legal Guide for Presidents and Their Enemies." It includes chapters on the ongoing debate over whether presidents can be prosecuted while in office and on whether a president can issue a pardon to himself.

    Preet Bharara, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and the left's new hero because he was fired by Trump -- is talking greasy on Twitter. You could see why he got fired. He's an idiot.

    Trump supporters are fairly uniform in their disdain for Mueller. They'd rather see him executed than continue to investigate 'russian ties.' The left and the deep staters, are adamant about it -- because they know the fix is in. Mueller is staffed with Clinton lawyers, whose sole focus is to destroy Trump and reimplement their neocon schemes of war by any means necessary.

    Tucker Carlson discussed this issue with Krauthammer, who warned that this investigation is heading towards a 'fishing expedition.'



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    'Maybe they went to the toilet together!' Russia's foreign minister says Trump and Putin may have had even MORE private meetings during the G20 summit
    • President Trump met officially with Russian President Vladimir Putin for more than two hours at the G20 summit in Hamburg, and shared a brief handshake
    • It emerged this week that they had an additional meeting at the end of a leaders' dinner
    • Russia's foreign minister now tells NBC News that they may have talked even more in an anteroom where leaders wait to be announced at the summit
    • 'Maybe they went to the toilet together – that was the fourth,' he snarked
    • Sergei Lavrov used the analogy of kids who chat while waiting to be let in to a morning kindergarten class


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    Yeah really...right ??!!!
    When I was a kid I actually luvvvved that
    rag and mom would buy one at the checkout line sos I could read about Bigfoot.
     
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    Also, last October they were the only rag out there who told us just how big of a skank whatsherface is, too.


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    That was when every other rag out there was saying she was gonna win and win big.
     
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    Donald Trump Jr and Paul Manafort cut a deal to talk to Senate panel in private and avoid a public hearing next week
    • President Donald Trump's eldest son and his former campaign chairman will be interviewed by a Senate panel investigating Russian meddling in the election
    • Senate Judiciary Committee says there are no plans to issue subpoenas to force Donald Trump Jr and Paul Manafort to publicly testify
    • Both men face questions about attending a Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016
    • The meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya was described to Trump Jr in emails as part of a Russian government effort to help his father's campaign


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    'I've got complete power to pardon': Trump defends Don Jr. and undermines embattled Jeff Sessions in raging Twitter rant against Russia probe
    • As the Russia probe closes in on Trump's closest associates, the president has inquired about his authority to issue pardons
    • Trump cited the power to pardon in the series of tweets on Saturday
    • He defended his son Don Jr., who met with a Russian lawyer in June 2016
    • Don Jr was told the lawyer had damaging information against Hillary Clinton
    • On Saturday, Trump ressurrected Hillary Clinton's email scandal and questioned why Attorney Jeff Sessions wasn't investigating her instead


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    It is good that he asked why Sessions wasn't investigating Hellary. He showed that he cannot direct the AG.
     
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    I'd luv to see the military brought into this complete with military trials & executions.
     
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    Trump 'dictated Donald Jr.'s misleading statement claiming his meeting with Russian lawyers was about adoption'
    • The Washington Post reports that Trump told his son to issue misleading statement claiming the meeting was about adoptions
    • President allegedly gave the instruction before flying back from the G-20 summit
    • One of Trump's legal team denied the claims on Tuesday and said they were of 'no consequence'
    • On July 11, Donald Trump Jr. admitted the subject of the meeting was for him to receive dirt on Hillary Clinton
    • Jared Kushner - who was also present - previously claimed that US adoptions in Russia were discussed


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    New White House Leak to WaPo Over Trump Jr.-Russian Meeting is Backhanded Slap to the Face of Gen. Kelly

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    by The_Real_Fly
    Jul 31, 2017 9:39 PM


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    HAHAHAHAHA -- Scaramucci is gone and the General is in, so you thought the leaks would end.

    WRONG.

    This might be one of the worst leaks yet. Or, you might want to simply call it 'fake news.' Either way, General Kelly will have his hands full at the Trump White House, which appears to be populated with the scummiest people on the face of the planet -- real self-fellatiors.

    According to the Washington Post, an unnamed source inside the White said Trump directed Trump Jr. media response, addressing his meeting with Russians.

    Flying home from Germany on July 8 aboard Air Force One, Trump personally dictated a statement in which Trump Jr. said that he and the Russian lawyer had “primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children” when they met in June 2016, according to multiple people with knowledge of the deliberations. The statement, issued to the New York Times as it prepared an article, emphasized that the subject of the meeting was “not a campaign issue at the time.”

    The claims were later shown to be misleading.

    Over the next three days, multiple accounts of the meeting were provided to the news media as public pressure mounted, with Trump Jr. ultimately acknowledging that he had accepted the meeting after receiving an email promising damaging information about Hillary Clinton as part of a Russian government effort to help his father’s campaign.

    The extent of the president’s personal intervention in his son’s response, the details of which have not previously been reported, adds to a series of actions that Trump has taken that some advisers fear could place him and some members of his inner circle in legal jeopardy.

    As special counsel Robert S. Mueller III looks into potential obstruction of justice as part of his broader investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, these advisers worry that the president’s direct involvement leaves him needlessly vulnerable to allegations of a coverup.

    “This was .?.?. unnecessary,” said one of the president’s advisers, who like most other people interviewed for this article spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive internal deliberations. “Now someone can claim he’s the one who attempted to mislead. Somebody can argue the president is saying he doesn’t want you to say the whole truth.”

    The rat continues...

    “He refuses to sit still,” the presidential adviser said. “He doesn’t think he’s in any legal jeopardy, so he really views this as a political problem he is going to solve by himself.”

    WaPo offers us the play by play details, as if a fly on the wall was reporting directly from the scene.

    Air Force One took off from Germany shortly after 6 p.m. — about noon in Washington. In a forward cabin, Trump was busy working on his son’s statement, according to people with knowledge of events. The president dictated the statement to Hicks, who served as a go-between with Trump Jr., who was not on the plane, sharing edits between the two men, according to people with knowledge of the discussions.

    In the early afternoon, Eastern time, Trump Jr.’s team put out the statement to the Times. It was four sentences long, describing the encounter as a “short, introductory meeting.”

    “We primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children that was active and popular with American families years ago and was since ended by the Russian government, but it was not a campaign issue at the time and there was no follow up,” the statement read.

    Trump Jr. went on to say: “I was asked to attend the meeting by an acquaintance, but was not told the name of the person I would be meeting with beforehand.”

    Over the next hour, word spread through emails and calls to other Trump family advisers and lawyers about the statement that Trump Jr. had sent to the Times.

    There you have it folks. The President of the United States dictated a statement for his son, which was then sent to the NY Times. When do the concurrent prison sentences begin?

    Whoever leaked this information to the Post, in light of recent events, neither respects or fears General Kelly. Given that it was Scaramucci's job to find the rat's in the White House, who exactly will be honored with the task to do that job now?

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-...-russian-meeting-backhanded-slap-face-gen-kel
     
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    BREAKING NEWS: President Trump pressured Fox News to release fake story about death of DNC staffer Seth Rich and Wikileaks to divert attention from Russia, claims explosive lawsuit
    • Rod Wheeler filed a complaint on Tuesday in the Southern District of New York against Fox News, Malia Zimmerman and Ed Butowsky
    • He claims that the cable news network and Zimmerman worked with Butowsky and President Trump to release false information about the death of Seth Rich
    • 'The motivation behind the article: establish that Seth Rich provided WikiLeaks with the DNC emails to shift the blame from Russia,' claims the lawsuit
    • A text from Butowsky to Wheeler included in the filing shows that President Trump saw the story before it was published and wanted it out 'immediately'


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    Trump's choice as FBI director is confirmed: Christopher Wray is backed by Senate to take over from fired James Comey
    • Former federal prosecutor and specialist in white-collar crime Christopher Wray will lead the FBI after Senate approved him 92-5
    • 50-year-old has been praised by Republicans and Democrats with California Democrat Dianne Feinstein saying he had a 'steel spine'
    • Will be sworn in and take over agency rocked by the sacking of James Comey after troubled relationship with president and decision to clear Hillary Clinton
    • As a lawyer in private practice he represented Chris Christie during Bridgegate


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    Read all about it !!
    Comey book deal.
    ( kiss my arse )

    http://enews.earthlink.net/article/top?guid=20170802/8df75293-b33d-4d43-bc73-22f2ff383e13

    James Comey has book deal, publication set for next spring
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    FILE - In this Thursday, June 8, 2017, file photo, former FBI director James Comey speaks during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, in Washington. Comey has a book deal. Flatiron Books told The Associated Press on Wednesday, Aug. 2, that Comey will write about everything from allegations of ties between Russia and Donald Trump's presidential campaign to the bureau's investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. (AP Photo - Andrew Harnik)
    By HILLEL ITALIE
    From Associated Press
    August 02, 2017 12:20 PM EST
    NEW YORK (AP) — Former FBI Director James Comey has a book deal.

    Flatiron Books told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Comey is writing a book about leadership and decision making that will draw upon his career in government. Comey will write about experiences that made him the FBI's best-known and most controversial FBI head in recent times, from his handling of the bureau's probe into Hillary Clinton's private email server to allegations of ties between Russia and Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

    Trump fired Comey in May and soon after told NBC News that he was angered by the FBI's investigation into "this Russia thing with Trump and Russia," which he called a fake story. Comey has since testified before Congress that Trump asked him to end an investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn and kept memos about his meetings with the president.

    According to Flatiron, Comey will cite "examples from some of the highest-stakes situations in the past two decades of American government" and "share yet-unheard anecdotes from his long and distinguished career."

    The book is currently untitled and scheduled for publication next spring.

    "Throughout his career, James Comey has had to face one difficult decision after another as he has served the leaders of our country," Flatiron Publisher and President Bob Miller said in a statement. "His book promises to take us inside those extraordinary moments in our history, showing us how these leaders have behaved under pressure. By doing so, Director Comey will give us unprecedented entry into the corridors of power, and a remarkable lesson in leadership itself."

    Comey was represented by Matt Latimer and Keith Urbahn of Javelin. Financial terms were not disclosed, but several publishers bid for the book and three officials with knowledge of the negotiations said the auction topped $2 million. The officials asked not to be identified because were not authorized to discuss the book.

    Over the past two decades, Comey has been praised and criticized by both Democrats and Republicans. In 2004, he was among the Justice Department officials who threatened to quit after White House officials in the George W. Bush administration pressured then-Attorney General John Ashcroft, who was recovering from gallbladder surgery, to authorize a domestic surveillance program begun in response to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. (The program was eventually restructured).

    During the 2016 presidential campaign, Comey was twice at the center of news involving the FBI's investigation of whether Clinton, the Democratic candidate, broke any laws when she used a private email server while secretary of state.

    In June 2016, Comey announced that while the bureau had concluded there was no reason to bring criminal charges, he chastised Clinton and her associates for being "extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information." In late October, less than two weeks before Election Day, he issued a letter to Congress saying that the FBI had found emails that "appear to be pertinent" to the investigation.

    While Comey announced two days before the election that no charges would be recommended, the renewed attention to Clinton's emails is widely believed to have damaged the candidate, who lost narrowly to Trump.

    Comey was appointed as FBI director by President Barack Obama in 2013. On Tuesday, the Senate confirmed his successor, Christopher Wray, a former high-ranking official in President George W. Bush's Justice Department who oversaw investigations into corporate fraud.
     
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    From Haaretz.

    Trumps new man is working for the Jew man. Was a Nazi hunter.

    Christopher Wray's cases included the denaturalization of the notorious former Sobibor death camp guard John Demjanjuk, which paved the way to his deportation to Germany

    Allison Kaplan Sommer
    07.06.2017 | 20:03

    Christopher Wray, U.S. PresidentDonald Trump's nominee for FBI chief, is best known for his reputation as a white-collar criminal lawyer. But during his 2003 to 2005 tenure as assistant attorney general in charge of the criminal division, he also helped spearhead efforts to strip U.S. citizenship from and deport numerous former Nazi concentration camp guards living in the United States.


    His cases included the denaturalization of the notorious former Sobibor death camp guardJohn Demjanjuk, which paved the way to his deportation to Germany.

    Demjanjuk was stripped of his U.S. citizenship by a federal court in 2002, but appealed the decision. Under Wray in 2004, the Justice Department successfully argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals that the government had proved convincingly that Demanjuk had committed crimes that exploited and exterminated Jews in Poland.

    At the time, Wray said that “Those, like Demjanjuk, who participated in Nazi atrocities do not belong in this country. We will take all appropriate steps to make sure that these individuals do not enjoy the privileges of U.S. citizenship.”


    Demanjuk, a retired Ukrainian auto worker in Cleveland, had been famously extradited to Israel in 1986, where he was convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to death. But the former camp guard returned to the U.S. after the Israeli Supreme Court found that reasonable doubt existed as to whether Demjanjuk was indeed the notorious “Ivan the Terrible.”

    After the collapse of the former Soviet Union, however, evidence emerged that Demanjuk was a “willing” concentration camp guard who participated in the murder of tens of thousands of Jews in gas chambers. With the new evidence, Demjanjuk was charged again in 2001. He was stripped of his citizenship, but remained in the U.S. until 2009, when Germany agreed to take him in. He died in Germany in 2012, a year after he was convicted by a German court of murdering tens of thousands of Jews.

    Demjanujuk was the highest profile ofnumerous cases in which Wray oversaw the stripping of U.S. citizenship and in several cases, successful deportation of former Nazi prison guards, or, in some cases, members of police forces in Eastern Europe who actively participated in atrocities against Jews and others. The prosecutions were pursued in partnership with Eli M. Rosenbaum, Director of the Justice Department's Office of Special Investigations, who was popularly known as the “Nazi-hunter” for his effort to track down Nazi war criminals who lived covertly in the U.S. and blocking those who tried to enter the country.


    In 2005, Wray left the Justice Department for private practice.

    Trump’s choice of Wray must now go before the U.S. Senate for approval. He will replace former FBI Director James Comey, who the president fired last month amid the agency's ongoing probe into alleged Russian meddling into the U.S. election. Trump's announcement of his selection of Wray comes just before Comey is to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Moscow's alleged interference and any potential ties to Trump's campaign or associates.

    Ray’s two-year tenure at the DOJ’s criminal division marked a period of intensive activity identifying perpetrators of Nazi atrocities. Only one of Wray’s cases from that time remains unresolved as he returns to the Justice Department - the case of 92-year-old Jakiw Palij, a Polish man who still lives in Jackson Heights, Queens. Palij was dubbed “The Nazi Next Door”by New York tabloids when yeshiva students protested outside his home on Holocaust Remembrance Day.

    In November 2003, Wray announced the initiation of deportation proceedings against Palij based on his service as an armed guard at a Nazi forced labor camp in German-occupied Poland – now part of Ukraine – following the revocation of his U.S. citizenship. Wray stated at the time that, “By guarding prisoners of Nazi forced labor camps and preventing their escape, Palij and his fellow guards actively aided the Nazis’ scheme to annihilate the Jews of Europe.”

    In the document charging him, it was detailed that Palij guarded the camp while armed with a rifle and prevented the prisoners from escaping. On November 3 and 4, 1943, while Palij was there, the document said, “the approximately 6,000 surviving prisoners of the camp, along with tens of thousands of other prisoners in Poland, were murdered as part of an operation to which the SS assigned the macabre code-name ‘Operation Harvest Festival.’“

    When Palij applied for an immigration visa to the United States in 1949, he falsely claimed that he worked on his father’s farm and then worked in Germany. In fact, he served with the Nazi in Poland during that period. Palij denies the accusations against him and has stayed in his New York home despite the revocation of his citizenship and ordered deportatio. Neither Ukraine, Poland, nor Germany has been willing to accept him.

    In an editorial this year, the Daily News called on German chancellor Angela Merkel to receive Palij and try him for his crimes. The piece counted Palij among the other undocumented criminals that Trump has advocated to force out of the country.

    “President Trump has long talked about deporting people who shouldn’t be here. He should put Palij first on the list – and if Merkel won’t take Palij, dump him in Guantanamo.”
     
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    Fired FBI director James Comey signs multi-million dollar book deal - and will tell all about being axed by Trump and Hillary's email probe says publisher
    • Flatiron Books announces that it has signed deal for memoir from ex-FBI director to be published in spring 2018
    • Untitled book's value has not been announced but DailyMail.com revealed in June that offers of up to $10 MILLION were expected
    • Publisher promises the juice from the man who knew everything saying Comey will 'share yet-unheard anecdotes from his long and distinguished career.'
    • Comey was fired over Russia probe by Donald Trump but Hillary Clinton blames him for her defeat because he reopened probe into her emails


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    ^^^ It will be full of lies trying to rewrite history. killinton should be in jail & he failed to do that. boo hoo Trump canned my worthless do nothing ass.
     

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