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Adam Schiff Expands House Intel’s Trump Investigation

Adam Schiff announced on Wednesday that the House Intelligence Committee will expand its investigation of President Trump to include five separate areas of inquiry Schiff, who chairs the Intelligence Committee, plans to resume the panel’s investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. He will also investigate whether foreign actors have tried to exert influence over Trump, his ...

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Elizabeth Warren Caught Officially Calling Herself ‘American Indian’ Again

As a young lawyer in the 1980s, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren described herself as “American Indian” on a registration form for the State Bar of Texas, even though the 2020 presidential hopeful has scant Native American ancestry. The Washington Post obtained a form that Warren filled out in April 1986 for a legal license in Texas which showed that the ...

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New York Prosecutors Subpoena Trump’s Inaugural Committee

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Federal prosecutors in New York on Monday subpoenaed President Trump’s inaugural committee as part of an investigation into possible illegal foreign contributions to the $107 million inaugural fund. “We have just received a subpoena for documents. While we are still reviewing the subpoena, it is our intention to cooperate with the inquiry,” a spokesman for the inaugural committee told reporters ...

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Bank Flagged ‘Suspicious’ Payments To Lobbyist Who Worked With Fusion GPS And Attended Trump Tower Meeting

The bank for Russia-born lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin flagged as suspicious hundreds of thousands of dollars into his account in 2016 and 2017. Akhmetshin worked closely with Fusion GPS in 2016 and was also one of the attendees of the infamous Trump Tower meeting. Akhmetshin worked for Fusion GPS to investigate the lobbyist behind the Magnitsky Act, which was discussed at ...

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Trump: ‘I Never Did’ Direct Roger Stone To Contact WikiLeaks

President Trump said Thursday that he did not direct anyone in his campaign to ask Roger Stone to contact WikiLeaks during the 2016 presidential campaign. “No, I didn’t. I never did,” Trump told The New York Times in an Oval Office interview when asked if he spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks. He repeated the same when asked if he ever ...

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New Evidence Destroys Adam Schiff’s Theory About Trump Tower Meeting

The Senate Intelligence Committee has obtained phone records showing that Donald Trump Jr. did not speak with his father from a blocked telephone number in the days before the infamous Trump Tower meeting in June 2016. The finding, first reported by CNN, undercuts Democrats’ theory that Trump Jr. may have told his father in those phone calls about the Trump ...

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Judge Orders Release Of Sealed Records From BuzzFeed’s Dossier Lawsuit

A federal judge in Florida on Wednesday ordered the public release of dozens of documents kept under seal during BuzzFeed’s lawsuit over the Steele dossier. District Court Judge Ursula Ungaro ordered that the documents be made public by Feb. 8. More than 40 records used in the case are listed in the order. Ungaro’s decision will shed light into the ...

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Lindsey Graham Wants FBI Briefing On Roger Stone Raid

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham is requesting an FBI briefing about the circumstances of a pre-dawn raid of Trump confidant Roger Stone’s home in Florida last Friday. “I am concerned about the manner in which the arrest was effectuated, especially the number of agents involved, the tactics employed, the timing of the arrest, and whether the FBI released details ...

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DOJ Official’s Wife Investigated Trump Kids For Fusion GPS

Nellie Ohr, the wife of Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, told Congress in October that she investigating President Trump’s children on behalf of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm behind the Steele dossier Ohr also testified that during a meeting in July 2016, Christopher Steele passed her husband materials from his infamous dossier Nellie Ohr, who worked as a contractor ...

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Sen Blumenthal Cites Corsi’s Unverified Claim As Evidence That Trump Campaign ‘Coordinated’ With WikiLeaks

Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal is citing right-wing author Jerome Corsi to make the case that President Donald Trump and Roger Stone coordinated with WikiLeaks. Blumenthal cited an interview that Corsi gave in which he claimed that Stone asked him to contact WikiLeaks ahead of the publication of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape. If true, Corsi’s allegation would be a major ...

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Michael Cohen Shakes Up Legal Team For The Second Time

Michael Cohen is shaking up his legal team for the second time, announcing through a spokesman on Monday that he will replace former federal prosecutor Guy Petrillo as his lead attorney. Lanny Davis, Cohen’s legal adviser, announced that Michael Monico and Barry Spevack will replace Petrillo, a former federal prosecutor, and his associate, Amy Lester. Petrillo, who worked for years ...

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AG Nominee Says He’d Resign If Ordered to Fire Mueller ‘Without Good Cause’

Attorney general nominee William Barr told senators Monday that he would resign if ordered to fire special counsel Robert Mueller without a legitimate reason. “I would resign rather than follow an order to terminate the Special Counsel without good cause,” Barr wrote in response to a list of questions posed by the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to USA Today. Barr’s ...

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Here’s Everything We Know About Roger Stone, ‘Person 1,’ And ‘Person 2’ Following Mueller Indictment

The special counsel’s indictment of Roger Stone highlighted a deep rift that has grown during the Russia investigation between the longtime Trump confidant and two former associates he worked with during the 2016 presidential campaign. Jerome Corsi and Randy Credico, who are referred to as “Person 1” and “Person 2” in the indictment, have indicated that they will testify against ...

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Corsi: ‘I Will Be Happy’ To Testify Against Roger Stone

Jerome Corsi said Sunday that he will be “happy” to testify against Roger Stone if he is called to appear at any trial against the Trump confidant. “I will be happy to testify, if — I would suspect to be subpoenaed,” Corsi said in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper. “And I will let the testimony fall wherever it falls. ...

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Stone Indictment Undercuts Trump-Russia Collusion Narrative

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The indictment against Roger Stone makes no allegation that the longtime Trump associate conspired with Russia or WikiLeaks. Instead, Stone is accused of lying to Congress about communication he had with Trump campaign officials and other associates about his efforts to find out what information WikiLeaks had during the 2016 campaign. The indictment appears to undercut some of the Democratic-backed ...

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