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Monday, June 12, 2017

Been a while...

It seems to me that we are overdue for one of those juicy stories from the "unnamed source" about some potentially fatal scandal coming out of the Trump White House. Or at least one of those less than important stories from the "unnamed source" about something that the media can attempt to turn into something relevant.


If we don't see something fairly soon... we may have assume that either Trump actually did fire the correct leakers from his "staff", the recent stories about FISA warrants are scaring people off, or the media is a little gun shy after being exposed for being dead wrong about several of their "big scoops".

62 comments:

James said...

Sessions' testimony tomorrow will be open to the public.
More fun.

A known source.

Myballs said...

Sessions insisted on the open session.

C.H. Truth said...

Yeah James...

Sessions is the one who chose to testify in public. Believes he has much to be said that people should want to hear...

Look for 99% of it to be (an attack on) a rebuttal of James Comey...

James said...

bureau knew about Sessions in closed session.
Sessions’ recusal came after reports revealed he failed to disclose two meetings with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. during the 2016 campaign....

CNN and NBC reported that Comey told senators in the closed session following his public testimony that Sessions may have had a third, previously undisclosed meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak last year.

Spokespeople for Burr and Warner did not respond to TPM’s requests for comment on whether an invitation for Sessions to appear before the committee was extended following Comey’s testimony.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious troll.

Commonsense said...

Awfully coincidental that there have really been no leaks since Comey was fired.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious troll

James said...

MSN -- The hearing will bring sharp questioning for Sessions and likely some uncomfortable moments from the Trump administration.

Sessions is likely to be asked about his conversations with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and whether there were more encounters that should have been made public. And he can expect questions about his involvement in Comey's May 9 firing, the circumstances surrounding his decision or recuse himself from the FBI's investigation, and whether any of his actions — such as interviewing FBI director candidates or meeting with Trump about Comey — violated his recusal pledge.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious troll

Rev. Jim Boswell said...

Is Sessions About to Commit Perjury?

Just Security:
“Following James Comey’s hearing on Capitol Hill, the Department of Justice issued a statement which flatly contradicts something that Comey said in his testimony. It appears that Comey and Jeff Sessions have directly opposing positions on how the Attorney General responded when Comey says he implored Sessions to prevent the president from directly communicating with him as FBI director. It is increasingly common these days for the administration to include a falsehood in an official statement. Repeating that falsehood under oath before Congress is an entirely different matter. It’s a federal crime. And these proceedings have a special counsel looking over them.

“What to watch for next: On Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions will appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee. If he repeats a claim that is contained in the Department of Justice’s ‘Statement on Testimony of Former FBI Director James Comey,’ it is very likely that Sessions will commit perjury or a felony false statement or misrepresentation (which does not require being under oath).”

Loretta said...

Obnoxious troll

janes said...

From Martha Stewart to Frank Quattrone to Steven Hatfill, former FBI director James Comey has left a long trail of highly questionable obstruction of justice cases that he used to make a name for himself.

One of the few media outlets that has consistently expressed skepticism about Comey is the Wall Street Journal. When he was nominated by President Barack Obama to be FBI director in 2013, they presciently wrote a piece headlined, “The Political Mr. Comey: Obama’s FBI nominee has a record of prosecutorial excess and bad judgment.” The article described even then Comey’s “media admirers” and a “media fan base” that refused to ask him tough questions. But the Journal had concerns:


Any potential FBI director deserves scrutiny, since the position has so much power and is susceptible to ruinous misjudgments and abuse. That goes double with Mr. Comey, a nominee who seems to think the job of the federal bureaucracy is to oversee elected officials, not the other way around, and who had his own hand in some of the worst prosecutorial excesses of the last decade.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious troll

Loretta said...

"Awfully coincidental that there have really been no leaks since Comey was fired"

I think it's obvious that "awe shucks" Gomer Pyle was a busy leaker...

Commonsense said...

Rev. Jim Boswell said...
Is Sessions About to Commit Perjury?


I find it interesting (though predictable) that you would think Session would be the one committing perjury.

Commonsense said...

New York Times stands by support for Trump Assassination Play

They think it's edgy. I wonder if they would think it's edgy if it was Barack Obama instead of Donald Trump.

rrb said...

They think it's edgy. I wonder if they would think it's edgy if it was Barack Obama instead of Donald Trump.
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they ruined a guy's life for wearing an 0linsky mask at a rodeo.

C.H. Truth said...

James

The DOJ has already provided correspondences between Sessions and Comey that conflict with the statements Comey made under sworn testimony.

Now... it would appear that our liberal idiots would find that (in spite of evidence showing otherwise) it has to be Sessions who is about to lie... not that Sessions (citing evidence) will tell the truth, exposing Comey as a liar.

It's very strange how the left sees reality these days. It's entirely about what they "want" to believe. Has nothing to do with reality anymore.

opie said...

we may have assume

You do now CH, that it is obnoxious to assume!!!!

Loretta said...

"It's very strange how the left sees reality these days. It's entirely about what they "want" to believe. Has nothing to do with reality anymore."

Actually, they only have lies and propaganda.

Their only goal is to unseat a duly elected sitting President, by any means necessary.

rrb said...

It's very strange how the left sees reality these days. It's entirely about what they "want" to believe. Has nothing to do with reality anymore.
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precisely, but they get away with it because the media reports their delusions as fact.

stuart smalley, et. al. actually believe they're going to nail sessions on perjury charges tomorrow because of some supposed 3rd "covert" meeting sessions had with the russkies.




rrb said...

Their only goal is to unseat a duly elected sitting President, by any means necessary.
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For Trump ran in 2016 not simply as the Republican alternative. He presented his candidacy as a rejection, a repudiation of the failed elites, political and media, of both parties. Americans voted in 2016 not just for a change in leaders but for a revolution to overthrow a ruling regime.

Thus this city has never reconciled itself to Trump’s victory, and the president daily rubs their noses in their defeat with his tweets.

Seeking a rationale for its rejection, this city has seized upon that old standby. We didn’t lose! The election was stolen in a vast conspiracy, an “act of war” against America, an assault upon “our democracy,” criminal collusion between the Kremlin and the Trumpites.

Hence, Trump is an illegitimate president, and it is the duty of brave citizens of both parties to work to remove the usurper.

http://buchanan.org/blog/impeach-trump-conspiracy-127163

opie said...

Awfully coincidental that there have really been no leaks since Comey was fired.

And it is a miracle that menstral has never admitted a mistake.

Loretta said...

Buchanan is spot on.

James said...

What follows is a partial transcript of an interview which aired Sunday June 11, 2017 on "Face The Nation."

JOHN DICKERSON: And we start with our first guest this morning, Senator Lindsey Graham. Welcome, Senator.

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Thank you--

JOHN DICKERSON: Let me ask you, the president was called a liar by Mr. Comey. The president today has called Mr. Comey a coward. Where are we with this?

LINDSEY GRAHAM: More like a wrestling match than anything else. Here's what I would say. The president got elected by being a fighter, a disruptor. People wanted him to come to Washington and change the place, turn it upside down. I've gotten to know the president better. I like him. He's got a good agenda.

But here's the question. Can you be a street fighter on all things all the time and still be a good president? My advice to the president is every day you're talking about Jim Comey and not the American people and their needs and their desires, their hopes and their dreams, you're making a mistake.

JOHN DICKERSON: Is he getting in the way of his own agenda?

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Yeah, totally. At the end of the day, he's got a good agenda. But this does get in the way of it. So, the hearing was pretty good. No collusion with the Russians yet. I don't think obstruction of justice exists here. But every time you tweet about Comey, it's almost like the wait for the next wrestling match between Comey and Trump. It should be about what can Donald Trump do to help the lives of the American people, and sort of get out of the way here.

JOHN DICKERSON: Do you think the president was vindicated? He thought he was vindicated--

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Well, I think it was true that he's not under investigation for colluding with the Russians, and I don't think what was said amounts to obstruction of justice. Now, what the president did was inappropriate. But here's what's so frustrating for Republicans like me.

YOU MAY BE THE FIRST PRESIDENT IN HISTORY TO GO DOWN because you can't stop inappropriately talking about an investigation that if you just were quiet, would clear you. It's frustrating for me to want to help a man who I think will do big things no other Republican would do, like immigration.

Believe it or not, I think Donald Trump may deliver us from a broken immigration system. This is not helping. This should be in the judiciary committee. I heard Dianne Feinstein on the show earlier today. You had Comey suggest that the current U.S. attorney general and the former attorney general were playing politics with the investigation.

Lynch and Sessions. That needs to be in our committee. Let me tell you this, to the American people. If the attorney general's office has become a political office, that's bad for us all. So I want to get to the bottom of that, and it should be in judiciary.

James said...

JOHN DICKERSON: What do you want to know from Attorney General Sessions?

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Well, I want to know, is it true what Comey said? Did you create an atmosphere there that people believed that you could not fairly render judgment on the president's interactions with Comey? I want to hear from Loretta Lynch, did you say, "Please call it a matter, not an investigation."?

And I want Comey to come to our committee, because I know on two separate occasions, he has told members of the House and the Senate that the main reason he jumped into the election last year and took over the job of attorney general is because he believed there were emails between the Democratic National Committee and the Department of Justice that compromised the Department of Justice, and he thought the Russians were going to release these emails. That's why he jumped in and took over Loretta Lynch's job. I want to know, is that true?

JOHN DICKERSON: Well, now, though, that email, there's been some reporting that that was a fake email, or doctored--

LINDSEY GRAHAM: When he told the House and Senate as late--as early as a month ago, he never mentioned it was fake. I don't know if it's fake or not. But the F.B.I. called me about this, John, and said that they wanted to brief me because I've got some of this wrong.

I saw the Washington Post story. I doubt if it's fake. Maybe it is. But I don't want to be briefed by myself. I want Democrats and Republicans on the judiciary to be briefed together. Our committee has been together and we're going to stay together.

JOHN DICKERSON: So since, we'll stay in the past here a for moment, move into the present. So you would have former attorney general Loretta Lynch come before the judiciary committee--

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Absolutely.

JOHN DICKERSON:--to answer for these questions about--

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Absolutely. And Sessions, too. And, you know, I think it's inappropriate for the president to testify publicly. But if you're so obsessed about-- and I know you're frustrated. He doesn't believe he did anything wrong with the Russians, and I tend to believe him. He can't collude with his own government. Why do you think he's colluding with the Russians?

So there's a part of this that genuinely frustrates the president. BUT MR PRESIDENT, LET'S DON'T MAKE A CIRCUS OUT OF YOUR PRESIDENCY. IF YOU WANT TO COME TO THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE AND TESTIFY UNDER OATH, WE'LL PUT COMEY RIGHT BY YOU. It'd be the highest-rated TV show in the history of the world, but IT'S NOT GOOD FOR OUR DEMOCRACY.

James said...

JOHN DICKERSON: Isn't the challenge to the president not the collusion question, but the interference question? And wouldn't that be the tough questions for him?

LINDSEY GRAHAM: So here's what I think. I think the president believes that if we pursue how Russia interfered with the election, we're suggesting he did not win fairly. I see no evidence of the president's campaign colluding with the Russians. I see all kind of evidence of the Russians trying to destroy our election and destroy democracy at the world.

There will be a bill passed this coming week to punish Russia for interfering in our elections. They hacked into the DNC. Podesta's emails, it was the Russians. They're providing arms to the Taliban to kill American soldiers. They colluded with Assad so he could keep his chemical weapons.

And I think they were complicit in the attack of chemical weapons by Assad on children in Syria. We're going to punish the Russians. Any member of the Congress who doesn't want to punish Russia for what they've done is betraying democracy. AND IF THE PRESIDENT DOESN'T SIGN THIS BILL TO PUNISH RUSSIA, HE WOULD BE BETRAYING OUR DEMOCRACY.

JOHN DICKERSON: What do you think he'll do?

LINDSEY GRAHAM: I think he'll sign it. And if he doesn't sign it, we're going to override his veto. Mr. President, the Russians did this. They're doing it all over the world. They're providing arms to the Taliban to kill our soldiers. You're the commander in chief. You need to stand up to Russia. We're never going to reset our relationship with Russia until we punish them for trying to destroy democracy. And that starts with more sanctions.

JOHN DICKERSON: The RNC chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, said that the congressional investigations into this question of collusion should go away. They're a fishing expedition. What's your response to that?

LINDSEY GRAHAM: That's not your, none of your business. We're going to do what we think is best. The Russians interfered in our election. They're doing it all over the world. No evidence yet that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians. I don't believe the president colluded with the Russians, just because of the way he behaves.

There's zero evidence that President Trump did anything wrong with the Russians. There's overwhelming evidence that Russia is trying to destroy democracy here and abroad. AND IF YOU FORGIVE AND FORGET WITH PUTIN, YOUR'RE GOING TO GET MORE OF THE SAME you're going to entice IRAN AND CHINA to come in 2018 and 2020.

So to any Republican who believes Russia didn't do it, you're wrong. To any Democrat who wants to impeach President Trump because of Russia, you're wrong. All I can say is there's a lynch mob mentality about the Trump administration in the press. They're about as fair as a lynch mob. BUT THESE TWEETS THAT HE DOES FEEDS THAT LUNCH MOB. YOU'RE YOUR OWN WORST ENEMY HERE, MR. PRESIDENT. KNOCK IT OFF.

James said...

IOW,

Sen. Lindsey Graham thinks President Donald Trump should just be quiet and let the Russia investigations run their course — or risk losing his job.

Graham, a South Carolina Republican, said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” that Trump’s tweets are a source of frustration for the GOP and that Trump came out “pretty good” from former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee last week. But he had a warning for the frequent tweeter:

‘You may be the first president in history to go down because you can’t stop inappropriately talking about an investigation that, if you just were quiet, would clear you.’ --Sen. Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina

James said...

---conclusion of interview:

JOHN DICKERSON: And let me ask you a question here about--about healthcare, which is moving through. I don't want to leave without talking about this.

LINDSEY GRAHAM: Pretty good for seven minutes, yeah.

JOHN DICKERSON: Mitch McConnell has said he wants to get something passed by--by the Fourth of July. On healthcare, you had said, "We're trying to do too much too quick as Republicans. We're running through stop signs." Is by July Fourth running through a stop sign?

LINDSEY GRAHAM: We need to bring this to an end. The House bill is dead in the Senate. Ten percent of support by the American people for the House bill. The House members are mad at us for not taking up healthcare. Well, send us a bill that will get 12 percent of support.

The bottom line is, the Senate is divided between Medicaid expansion states, non-Medicaid expansion states, the proper role of government. Mitch is trying to bring this together. It's going to be tough. My advice is if we can't replace Obamacare by ourselves, to go to the Democrats and say this.

10% of the sick people in this country drive 90 percent of the cost for all of us. Let's take those 10 percent of really sick people, put them in a federal managed care system so they'll get better outcomes, and save the private sector market if we can't do this by ourselves. That's a good place to start.

JOHN DICKERSON: All right. We're going to have to end it there. Senator, thank you so much for being with us.

james said...

Byron York: Is Robert Mueller conflicted in Trump probe?

Comey is a good friend of special counsel Robert Mueller — such a good friend, for about 15 years now, that the two men have been described as "brothers in arms." Their work together during the controversies over Bush-era terrorist surveillance has been characterized as "deepening a friendship forged in the crucible of the highest levels of the national security apparatus after the 9/11 attacks," after which the men became "close partners and close allies throughout the years ahead."



Now Mueller is investigating the Trump-Russia affair, in which, if the increasing buzz in the case is correct, allegations of obstruction against the president will be central. And central to those allegations — the key witness — will be the prosecutor's good friend, the now-aggrieved former FBI director.

Is that a conflict? Should a prosecutor pursue a case in which the star witness is a close friend? And when the friend is not only a witness but also arguably a victim — of firing — by the target of the investigation? And when the prosecutor might also be called on to investigate some of his friend's actions? The case would be difficult enough even without the complicating friendship.

caliphate4vr said...

And pederast can't answer cold, so he spams

Pitiful

janes said...

"This is very odd," said one big-firm lawyer and Justice Department veteran Sunday:

An ordinary prosecutor would turn this over to someone uninvolved, and there would be lots of candidates. That is particularly so here where Comey is not just the star witness but a potential target. That said, I doubt anyone outside can or should do anything here. Mueller should resign, but if he chooses not to — either on the theory he can handle the conflict, or on the theory it is such a mess he should just persevere — the attorney general should not fire him. As to how Mueller might handle, he could announce that the Comey part of the case will be handled by someone else within his office, but that is complex and not very satisfactory.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious troll

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Loretta said...

"And pederast can't answer cold, so he spams

Pitiful"

Pitiful and stupid.

opie said...

Loretta said...
Pitiful and stupid.

Yes you are, Loretta. LOL

James said...

Let it be noted that "Caliphate3vr" just called the Rev. Jim Boswell of Normal, IL a pederast. So did "Loretta."

That could be actionable further down the road.


James said...

Meanwhile,
as WpHamilton said,
"How about we just leave off with the personal insults?"
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They are too insecure and childish, Wp.

James said...

BTW the "obnoxious troll" at 4:21 was not yours truly. I think you so labelled cowardly Cowardly.

I never sign "jane" or "janes".n

James said...

We are hearing that Adolf Trump is thinking of firing Mueller.

Shades of Nixon.

James said...

Trump Has Been Warned Against Firing Mueller

Playbook: “The reality is that Trump has sounded out associates about his concerns over Mueller — and no one knows what he might do. Trump would be making a big mistake if he tried to fire Mueller, and they don’t believe he will, aides said. He has been warned against it ‘by almost everyone,’ one adviser said. But he is often governed by self-preservation. He hates losing control of situations. He often lashes out when he feels someone could damage him. Plus, surrogates have begun telling him what trouble Mueller could pose. He met several times with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at Bedminster over the weekend.
So, yes,it seems unlikely Trump will try to fire Mueller. But then again, no one expected him to fire James Comey.”
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This Is Not Even Close to Normal

Mike Allen: “We try very hard here to simply explain the Trump White House, and not join the pile-on. To us, the Trump world doesn’t need more noise — it needs more explanation and illumination. But there are moments when it’s important to remind even our staunchest pro-Trump readers that this often isn’t anything approximating normal.

“Remember that we’re living through history that will be studied and debated until the end of time. Many Trump backers, both the eager and reluctant ones, enjoy the destruction of norms and bemoan the highly critical coverage of this presidency. But we should never lose sight that we are experiencing a daily display of unprecedented actions and behaviors.”

James said...

Sessions Testifies Under Oath Today

Rick Klein: “For a guy who’s recused himself from the hot story, he sure does pop up a lot. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is an interesting man for the Senate Intelligence Committee to speak with today for a range of reasons that stretch back through the Trump candidacy and presidency. His appearance is being met with a tinge of trepidation, and a whole lot of anticipation, inside a White House where loyalty pledges work to buck up the president’s mood, though not necessarily his legal standing. Part of what makes Sessions intriguing is that he is, by accounts public and private, loyal to President Trump, loyal enough to have offered to resign weeks before he offered to testify.

“Trump may not be happy with him these days but he’s stuck with him. Now he’ll be stuck with his version of events; he already has to contend with contradictions from his fired FBI director, and can’t afford a two-against-one he-said-he-said. Sessions serves a president whose relationship with facts is famously casual. But when Sessions talks about his conversations with James Comey, and doesn’t talk about his conversations with Trump, the attorney general of the United States knows the consequences of perjury, and surely wants to be on the side of truth.”

The Hill: Five things to watch in Sessions hearing.

James said...

Russian Hackers Hit Election Systems In 39 States*

“Russia’s cyberattack on the U.S. electoral system before Donald Trump’s election was far more widespread than has been publicly revealed, including incursions into voter databases and software systems in almost twice as many states as previously reported,” Bloomberg reports.

“Details of the wave of attacks, in the summer and fall of 2016, were provided by three people with direct knowledge of the U.S. investigation into the matter. In all, the Russian hackers hit systems in a total of 39 states, one of them said.

“The scope and sophistication so concerned Obama administration officials that they took an unprecedented step — complaining directly to Moscow over a modern-day ‘red phone.'”
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BUT ADOLF TRUMP IS MORE CONCERNED WITH PROTECTING ADOLF PUTIN AND COVERING HIS OWN A**.

Loretta said...

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janes said...

Special counsel team members donated to Dems, FEC records show


Washington (CNN) — Three members of the legal team known to have been hired so far by special counsel Robert Mueller to handle the Russia investigation have given political donations almost exclusively to Democrats, according to a CNN analysis of Federal Election Commission records.

More than half of the more than $56,000 came from just one lawyer and more than half of it was donated before the 2016 election, but two of the lawyers gave the maximum $2,700 donation to Hillary Clinton last year.

Over the weekend, news outlets including CNN identified five attorneys that Mueller has already brought on board to help investigate potential collusion between associates of President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.

janes said...

Obama and Holder Lied – Brian Terry Died

Phony scandals are those that do not have a smidgeon of evidence of a crime, like alleged Trump collusion with the Russians or obstruction of an investigation that was never stopped or even slowed down. Phony scandals do not produce body bags as the Obama administration produced in Benghazi and during Operation Fast and Furious -- the Obama administration’s gun-running operation in which it armed Mexican drug lords and cartels with heavy weapons for which the U.S. Border Patrol had no match or protection. That gun-running operation led to the murder of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.


On Wednesday, in the shadow of the Russia investigations and the testimony of former FBI Director James Comey, the House Oversight Committee produced a fact-laden report documenting the collusion between the administration of President Barack Hussein Obama and Mexican drug cartels and the obstruction of justice by Attorney General Eric Holder

James said...

I never sign as janes.

Can Trump Fire the Special Counsel?

Ari Melber: “No, not lawfully in one action. That is because federal regulations mandate ‘only’ the attorney general can fire the special counsel for enumerated reasons, or an acting attorney general in the event of recusal (28 CFR 600)… Can the president take actions to lead to the firing of the special counsel? Yes, as a matter of technical authority, a president could conceivably: (1) instruct the DOJ to change those federal rules, and then fire the special counsel under any new rules that provide for the President to exercise that authority; or (2) the president could instruct a DOJ official to carry out the firing.”

“The current rules do not provide the President the authority to unilaterally fire the special counsel — the action requires changing the rules or demanding other officials carry out the request.”
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Quote of the Day

“If there is nothing there, then why do you keep impeding it?”
— Sen. Angus King (I-ME), on the Today Show, on President Trump’s handling of the Russia investigation.

opie said...

janes said...
Special counsel team members donated to Dems, FEC records show

Newly the fraud was demanding Mueller be fired because he has only brought democrats on board. Coulter is also screaming....Imagine the indignation Newty would be showing if Obama was the subject of any investigation while POTUS while newty fawns over trump like those at his embarrassing meeting yesterday when his whole crew kissed his fat white ass.

janes said...

Trump is Winning for America

Vice President Mike Pence said nothing touches and encourages himself and President Trump more than hearing Americans say they are praying for them. Folks, given president Trump's superhuman focus on winning for America while enduring unprecedented vitriolic attacks from all sides, I'd say our prayers are working.

Loretta said...

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janes said...

Voters Grow Weary Of Russia Investigations As Dems Claim Public Thirsts For Probes



WASHINGTON— Voters in Midwest states described fatigue as a reason why they tune out the investigations related to the Trump administration and Russia, but Democrats insist the American people want the Russia probes to continue. NBC News spoke to various constituents who appear to be growing tired of the investigations.

“People are making too much of it,” said Jim Wagner of Dubuque, Iowa and Vietnam veteran. Wagner went on to say, “I don’t think there was really anything going on. I just wish [Trump] would shut everybody up and tell them instead of playing the game. I didn’t vote for him, but if he can put it to bed, he ought to.”



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