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Trump Calls Intelligence Whistleblower ‘Highly Partisan’

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President Donald Trump said Friday that a “highly partisan” intelligence community whistleblower is behind a complaint filed against him regarding his interactions with the leader of a foreign country, who has been identified in the press as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. On Twitter, Trump denied saying anything improper in a phone conversation that is said to be at the center ...

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Reports Identify The Country At Center Of Mysterious Trump Whistleblower Complaint

The Trump phone call at the center of a mysterious intelligence community whistleblower complaint reportedly involves Ukraine. Both The Washington Post and The New York Times report that an intelligence official who worked in the White House filed the complaint Aug. 12 after growing alarmed about the details of a phone call that President Donald Trump had with Ukrainian President ...

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Pentagon Announces Additional $250M for Ukraine

The Department of Defense announced today plans to provide $250 million to Ukraine in security cooperation funds for additional training, equipment, and advisory efforts to build the capacity of Ukraine’s armed forces. This reaffirms the long-standing defense relationship between the United States and Ukraine and will bring total U.S. security assistance to Ukraine to $1.5 billion since 2014. The new ...

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Rudy Giuliani Is Pushing Ukraine To Investigate Joe Biden’s Connections

President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph Giuliani is pushing Ukrainian officials to delve deeper into ongoing investigations connected to Paul Manafort and Joe Biden, The New York Times reports. Giuliani will travel to Ukraine’s capital to meet with Ukraine’s President-elect Volodymyr Zelensky, who will take control of the country’s government June 3. Giuliani plans to discuss two separate investigations: one ...

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Russia’s Decision to Grant Expedited Citizenship to Residents of Russia-controlled Eastern Ukraine

The United States condemns today’s decision by President Putin to provide expedited Russian citizenship to Ukrainians living in Russia-controlled eastern Ukraine. Russia, through this highly provocative action, is intensifying its assault on Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. President Putin’s decision creates a serious obstacle to the implementation of the Minsk agreements and the reintegration of the Donbas region. The Minsk ...

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Transatlantic Community Imposes Sanctions on Russia for Ukraine Invasion

Today, the United States, EU, and Canada took coordinated action in response to Russia’s continued aggression against Ukraine by imposing sanctions on individuals who orchestrated the unjustified November 25 attack on three Ukrainian naval vessels near the Kerch Strait. Additionally, the United States imposed sanctions on six Russian defense firms, including shipbuilding companies; two individuals involved in the November sham ...

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State Department: Crimea Must Be Returned to Ukraine

Russia’s occupation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula Five years ago highlighted an escalation of Russian aggression. Russia attempted to upend the international order, undermined basic human freedoms, and weakened global security. The world has not forgotten the cynical lies Russia employed to justify its aggression and mask its attempted annexation of Ukrainian territory. Russia’s use of force against a peaceful neighbor ...

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Globalists Panic as Ukrainian Populist Outsider Surges in Presidential Election Polls

Ukrainians have every right to be angry with Russia over the many atrocities committed against the Ukrainian people especially in the Soviet times. In 2014, a year before elections were set to be held, the admittedly corrupt President Viktor Yanukovych was overthrown in a violent revolution. After the revolution, unsavory people took the reigns of power such as the neo-nazi ...

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Trump administration authorizes $10 million for Ukraine Navy

In response to Russia’s dangerous escalation and unjustified November 25 attack on three Ukrainian naval vessels near the Kerch Strait, the Department of State, subject to Congressional approval, will provide an additional $10 million in Foreign Military Financing to further build Ukraine’s naval capabilities. “We do so in solidarity with Lithuania and the United Kingdom, also planning to increase their ...

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Trump cancels meeting with Putin, cites Russia’s seizure of Ukrainian vessels

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President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he had decided to cancel a one-on-one meeting with Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin because Russia had not yet returned ships and sailors that it illegally seized earlier this week. “Based on the fact that the ships and sailors have not been returned to Ukraine from Russia, I have decided it would be best ...

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Mattis: Actions in Ukraine Show Russia’s Word Cannot Be Trusted

By Jim Garamone – Defense.gov WASHINGTON — Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian ships in the Sea of Azov in contradiction to signed treaties and the Law of the Sea show that Russia cannot be counted on to keep its word, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said at the Pentagon today. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis discusses Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian ...

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U.S. State Department calls on Russia to end occupation of Crimea

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement Wednesday that Russia had “acted in a manner unworthy of a great nation” by invading and continuing to occupy Crimea. “Russia, through its 2014 invasion of Ukraine and its attempted annexation of Crimea, sought to undermine a bedrock international principle shared by democratic states: that no country can change the borders ...

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Defense Department to Provide $200M defensive aide to Ukraine

The Defense Department announced Friday that it will provide $200 million to Ukraine in security cooperation funds for additional training, equipment and advisory efforts to build the defensive capacity of Ukraine’s forces among its ongoing struggle with Russian-supported forces in Crimea. “This reaffirms the long-standing defense relationship between the United States and Ukraine, and brings the total U.S. security sector ...

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The White House Flip Side, March 2, 2018

While we catch the most important stories coming from the White House as they happen, some minor stories and small details fall through the cracks on busy news days. When they do, we pick them up … on the flip side Presidential Itinerary – the details The president and first lady headed to Charlotte, NC to attend former Reverand Billy Graham’s ...

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