Monday, June 26, 2017

Ken Starr - Clinton era Special Prosecutor on the FAKE NEWS of Trump Obstructing Justice


Ken Starr - Clinton era Special Prosecutor on the FAKE NEWS of Trump Obstructing Justice

Ken Star says there is no obstruction of justice, and questions need for Special Counsel 

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so joining me now Ken Starr who served

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as independent counsel for five special

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investigations including the whitewater

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investigation involving then President

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Clinton mr. Starr welcome good to have

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you with us tonight great to be with you

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thank you so you watch this testimony

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today and I know that you've said that

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there is no obstruction of justice that

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you have seen in any of this and you've

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questioned even the need for a special

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counsel given the evidence what did you

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think about Jeff Sessions testimony

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today

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I thought the attorney general was

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terrific

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first of all I've known the Attorney

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General since 1981 and I know him to be

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a man of honor a man of the law and I

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thought that came through his passion

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and commitment to the rule of law

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I came shining through so I don't think

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a lot was revealed today and I think

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we're much farther down the road but I

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think that the American people saw that

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this Attorney General is just a great

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human being with an enormous amount of

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passion and determination to try his

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very best to do the right thing I like

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his sense of moral indignation so given

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that what do you think in reflection

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about James Comey and what he suggested

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about Jeff Sessions well a lot of what

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director Comey suggested if I may say so

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was innuendo but we've now seen a very

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honorable person defend himself and I

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thought he recorded himself beautifully

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I thought he was very very plausible

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and I have stated previously that I have

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serious problems with the way director

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Comey conducted himself and those were

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really explored again today by virtue of

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the senators going through meticulously

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the Rosenstein memorandum which

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enumerated the various areas in which

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the director really violated perhaps law

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but he certainly violated policy time

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and time again

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all right so in terms of investigations

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which you are very familiar with one of

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the things that the Democrats took issue

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with today primarily we're moments like

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this let's play number 5 I did not have

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any private meetings no other do I

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recall any Congress

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stations with any Russian officials at

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the Mayflower Hotel I did not attend any

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meetings at that event to the best of

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your memory you had no conversation

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within that ambassador kishlak at that

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meeting I don't recall it senator Morra

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it would been certainly I can assure you

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nothing improper if I'd had a

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conversation with him and it's

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conceivable that occurred I just don't

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remember well I guess I could say that

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possibly at a meeting but I still do not

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recall it there's a lot of counting of

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the times he said I don't recall and

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people saying you know how could that

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possibly be your that well I'm very

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sympathetic with with that my goodness

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it's difficult for us to recall what

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happened last week we're going back some

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considerable time and also it was not

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one of those interactions that you would

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automatically say you should remember

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that a reasonable person would remember

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that because no Americans back all the

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time and he was a very permanent figure

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around Washington and showed up at a lot

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of these things right exactly and it was

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a social kind of gathering etc or at

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least it was a social context as opposed

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to we're going over to the Russian

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embassy or the Ambassador is coming to

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your Senate office for a meeting

 


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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Oliver Stone heaps compliments on Vladimir Putin, calls news reports about hacking FAKE NEWS


Oliver Stone heaps compliments on Vladimir Putin, calls news reports about hacking FAKE NEWS

 

BBC Fake News reporter Laura Trevelyan, is taken aback by Oliver Stone's positive comments on Putin and the Russia FAKE NEWS

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The Liberal Fake News BBC's Laura Trevelyan spoke to the filmmaker Oliver Stone about his upcoming documentary with Vladimir Putin. Oliver Stone asked the Russian president about the US election hacking situation. The liberal fake news journalist was not ready for what she heard.

Oliver Stone interview with Vladimir Putin, Stone was extremely complimentary of the man, yet the BBC/PBS pushed it, and Stone said the Russia election thing was all smoke with no fire, Russia had nothing to do with Trump and the 2016 election. And he even labeled the coverage of it as FAKE NEWS


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Thursday, June 8, 2017

President Trump’s personal attorney Marc Kasowitz response to Comey Testimony


President Trump’s personal attorney Marc Kasowitz response to the former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation James Comey Testimony at the Senate

Mark Kasowitz attorney to President Trump

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ladies and gentlemen I'm mark Kassovitz

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president Trump's personal lawyer

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contrary to numerous false press

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accounts leading up to today's hearing

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  1. Comey has now finally confirmed

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publicly what he repeatedly told

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President Trump privately that is that

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the president was not under

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investigation as part of any probe into

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Russian interference the president he

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  1. Comey also admitted that there is no

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evidence that a single vote change as a

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result of any Russian interference

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  1. commies testimony also makes clear

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that the president never sought to

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impede the investigation into attempted

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Russian interference in the 2016

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election and in fact according to mr.

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Comey the president told mr. Comey quote

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it would be good to find out close quote

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in that investigation if there was quote

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some satellite Associates of his who did

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something wrong

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close quote and he President Trump did

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not exclude anyone from that statement

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consistent with that statement the

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president never in form or substance

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directed or suggested that mr. Comey

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stop investigating anyone including the

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president never suggested that mr. Comey

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quote let Flynn go close quote as the

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president publicly stated the next day

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he did say to mr. Comey quote general

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Flynn is a good guy he has been through

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a lot close quote and also quote asked

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how general Flynn is doing close quote

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Admiral Rogers testified today that the

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president never quote directed him to do

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anything illegal immoral

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unethical or inappropriate close quote

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and never never quote pressured him to

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do so

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close quote director Coates said the

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same thing the president likewise

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never pressured mr. Comey the president

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also never told mr. Comey quote I need

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loyalty I expect loyalty close quote

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he never said it in form and he never

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said it in substance of course the

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office of the president is entitled to

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expect loyalty from those who are

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serving the administration and from

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before this president it and from before

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this President took office to this day

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it is overwhelmingly clear that there

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have been and continue to be those in

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government who are actively attempting

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to undermine this administration with

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selective and illegal leaks of

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classified information and privileged

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communications mr. Comey has now

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admitted that he is one of these leakers

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today mr. Comey admitted that he

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unilaterally and surreptitiously made

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unauthorized disclosures to the press of

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privileged communications with the

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president the leaks of this privileged

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information began no later than March

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2017 when friends of mr. Comey have

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stated that he disclosed to them the

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conversations that he had with the

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president during their January 27th 2017

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dinner and February 14th 2017 White

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House meeting today mr. Comey admitted

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that he leaked to friends of his

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purported memos of those privileged

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communications one of which he testified

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was classified mr. Comey also testified

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that immediately after

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was terminated he authorized his friends

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to leak the contents of those memos to

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the press in order to in mr. commis

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words quote prompt the appointment of a

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special counsel close quote although mr.

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Comey testified that he only leaked the

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memos in response to a tweet the public

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record reveals that the New York Times

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was quoting from those memos the day

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before the referenced tweet which belies

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  1. commis excuse for this unauthorized

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disclosure of privileged information and

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appears to be entirely retaliatory we

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will leave it to the appropriate

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authorities to determine whether these

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leaks should be investigated along with

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all the others that are being

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investigated in some it is now

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established that the president was not

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being investigated for colluding with or

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attempting to obstruct any investigation

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as the committee pointed out today these

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important facts for the country to know

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are virtually the only facts that have

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not been leaked during the course of

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these events as he said yesterday the

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president feels completely vindicated

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and is eager to continue moving forward

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with his agenda with the business of

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this country and with this public cloud

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removed thank you

 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I AM MARC KASOWITZ. PRESIDENT TRUMP'S PERSONAL LAWYER. CONTRARY TO NUMEROUS FALSE PRESS ACCOUNTS LEADING UP TO TODAY'S HEARING, MR. COMEY HAS NOW CONFIRMED PUBLICLY WHAT HE REPEATEDLY TOLD THE PRESIDENT TRUMP PRIVATELY THAT IS, THAT THE PRESIDENT WAS NOT UNDER INVESTIGATION AS PART OF ANY PROBE INTO RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE. THE PRESIDENT -- MR. COMEY ADMITTED THAT THERE IS NO EVIDENCE THAT A SINGLE VOTE CHANGE AS A RESULT OF ANY RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE. MR. COMEY'S SYSTEM TESTIMONY ALSO MAKES CLEAR THAT THE PRESIDENT NEVER SOUGHT TO IMPEDE THE INVESTIGATION INTO ATTEMPTED RUSSIAN INTERFERENCE IN THE 2016 ELECTION. IN FACT, ACCORDING TO MR. COMEY, THE PRESIDENT TOLD MR. COMEY, QUOTE, "IT WOULD BE GOOD TO FIND OUT" IN THAT INVESTIGATION IF THERE WERE SOME SATELLITE ASSOCIATES OF HIM WHO DID SOMETHING WRONG. AND HE, PRESIDENT TRUMP, DID NOT EXCLUDE ANYONE FROM THAT STATEMENT. CONSISTENT WITH THAT STATEMENT, THE PRESIDENT NEVER INFORMED OR SUBSTANCE DIRECTED OR SUGGESTED THAT MR. COMEY STOP INVESTIGATING ANYONE INCLUDING THE PRESIDENT NEVER SUGGESTED THAT MR. COMEY "LET FLYNN GO." AS THE PRESIDENT PUBLICLY STATED THE NEXT DAY, HE DID SAY TO MR. COMEY, QUOTE, "GENERAL FLYNN IS A GOOD GUY AND HE'S BEEN THROUGH A LOT" AND ALSO "ASK HOW GENERAL FLYNN IS DOING." THE PRESIDENT NEVER DIRECTED HIM TO DO ANYTHING ILLEGAL, IMMORAL AND UNETHICAL OR INAPPROPRIATE CLOSED QUOTE AND NEVER, NEVER, QUOTE, PRESSURED HIM TO DO SO." DIRECTOR COATS SAID THE SAME THING. THE PRESIDENT LIKE WISE NEVER PRESSURED MR. COMEY. THE PRESIDENT ALSO NEVER TOLD MR. COMEY, QUOTE, "I NEED LOYALTY, I EXPECT LOYALTY." HE NEVER SAID IT IN FORM OR SUBSTANCE. OF COURSE, THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT IS ENTITLED TO EXPECT LOYALTY FROM THOSE WHO ARE SERVING THE ADMINISTRATION. BEFORE THIS, PRESIDENT TOOK OFFICE TO THIS DAY, IT IS OVERWHELMINGLY CLEAR THAT THERE HAVE BEEN AND CONTINUED TO BE THOSE IN GOVERNMENT WHO ARE ACTIVELY ATTEMPTING URN MIND THIS ADMINISTRATION WITH SELECTIVE AND ILLEGAL LEAKS OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND PRIVILEGE COMMUNICATION IS. MR. COMEY HAS NOW ADMITTED THAT HE IS ONE OF THESE LEAKERS. TODAY, MR. COMEY ADMITTED THAT HE UNILATERALLY MADE UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURES TO THE PRESS OF PRIVILEGE COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE PRESIDENT. THE LEAK OF THIS PRIVILEGE BEGAN NO LATER THAN MARCH OF 2017 WHEN FRIENDS OF MR. COMEY STATED THAT HE DISCLOSED TO THEM THE CONVERSATIONS THAT HE HAD WITH THE PRESIDENT DURING THEIR JANUARY 27TH, 2017 DINNER AND FEBRUARY 14TH, 2017 WHITE HOUSE MEETING. TODAY, MR. COMEY ADMITTED THAT HE LEAKED TO FRIENDS OF HIS PROPORTED MEMOS OF THOSE PRIVILEGED IMMUNE COMMUNICATIONS. ONE OF WHICH HE TESTIFIED WAS CLASSIFIED. MR. COMEY ALSO TESTIFIED THAT AFTER HE WAS TERMINATED, HE AUTHORIZED HIS FRIENDS TO LEAK THE CONTENTS OF THOSE MEMOS TO THE PRESS IN ORDER TO MR. COMEY'S WORDS PROMPT THE APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL COUNSEL. ALTHOUGH MR. COMEY TESTIFIED THAT HE ONLY LEAKED THE MEMO IN RESPONSE TO A TWEET. THE NEW YORK TIMES WAS QUOTING FROM THOSE MEMOS, THE DAY BEFORE THE REFERENCE TWEETS WHICH -- IT APPEARS TO BE ENTIRELY RETALIATORY. WE'LL LEAVE IT TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES TO DETERMINE WHETHER THESE LEAKS SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED ALONG WITH ALL THE OTHERS THAT ARE BEING INVESTIGATED. IN SOME, IT IS NOW A ESTABLISHES THAT THE PRESIDENT WAS NOT BEING INVESTIGATED FOR COLLUDING WITH OR ATTEMPTING TO OBSTRUCT ANY INVESTIGATION. AS THE COMMITTEE POINTED OUT TODAY OF THESE IMPORTANT FACTS FOR R THE THE COUNTRY TO KNOW ARE VIRTUALLY THE ONLY FACTS THAT'S NOT BEEN LEAKED DURING THE COURSE OF THESE EVENTS. YESTERDAY, THE PRESIDENT FEELS INDICATE VITAMIN VINDICATED AND EAGER TO MOVE FORWARD WITH THE BUSINESS OF THIS COUNTRY AND HIS PUBLIC CLOUD REMOVED. MR. MARC


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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

BUILD THE WALL Charles Krauthammer with an ending from Bill Clinton


BUILD THE WALL

BUILD THE WALL Charles Krauthammer with an ending from Bill Clinton

Can America solve its illegal immigration problem both justly and humanely? Yes, but it requires first building a border wall. Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Charles Krauthammer explains why.

 

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Charles Krauthammer - Prager U - BUILD THE WALL

Can America solve its illegal immigration problem both justly and humanely? Yes, but it requires first building a border wall. Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Charles Krauthammer explains why.

Every sensible immigration policy has two objectives: 1) to regain control of our borders so that we decide who enters; and 2) to find a humane way to deal with the 11 million illegal immigrants who now live among us. 

Start with the second. For both practical and moral reasons, America cannot and will not and should not expel 11 million people.  That leaves us with two choices: ignore them or figure out a way to legalize them. Ignoring them hasn’t worked. But there is also a huge problem with legalization: it creates an irresistible incentive for new illegal immigrants to come.

We say, of course, that this will be the very last, very final, never-again, we're-not-kidding-this-time amnesty. And everyone knows it's phony. That’s what was said in 1986, when we passed the Simpson-Mazzoli immigration reform. It turned out to be the largest legalization program in American history -- nearly 3 million people got permanent residency. There was no enforcement. We now have 11 million new illegal immigrants in our midst.

The irony of this whole debate, which bitterly splits the country, is that there is a silver bullet that would not just solve the problem, but also create a national consensus behind it.

A vast number of Americans who oppose legalization and fear new waves of immigration would change their minds if we could radically reduce new -- i.e., future -- illegal immigration.

And we can.

First, build a barrier. Call it a wall. Call it a fence. Call it what you will. Add cameras and sensors. Add drones. Beef up the patrols. All that matters is that we regain control of the border.

Fences work. The triple fence outside San Diego led to a 90 percent reduction in infiltration. Israel’s border fence with the West Bank produced a similar decline. Even holier-than-thou Europeans have conceded the point: Hungary, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Austria, Greece, Spain – why, even Norway -- have all started building border fences to stem the tide of Middle Eastern refugees.

Then enforce two other measures: a national E-Verify system that makes it just about impossible to work if you are here illegally, and a functioning visa tracking system, since 40% of illegal immigrants are visa overstays.

The wall/fence will, of course, be ugly. So are the concrete barriers to keep truck bombs from driving into the White House. Sometimes function has to supersede form. 

And don't tell me that this is our Berlin Wall. When you build a wall to keep people in, that's a prison. When you build a wall to keep people out, that's an expression of sovereignty.

Of course, no barrier will be foolproof. But it doesn't have to be. It simply has to reduce the river to a manageable trickle. Once we do, everything becomes possible -- including dealing with our 11 million illegal immigrants.

So, let’s fix that. Track the visas, do E-Verify, build the damn barrier. It’s ridiculous to say that it can’t be done.

And who would certify that the border is back in our control? I would have a neutral party, perhaps a commission of retired jurists, issue the judgment. Once they do, we legalize the 11 million, granting them the right to stay and work here.

We can’t give them citizenship. That’s a bridge too far. You don’t get to join the political destiny of the country by entering it illegally. But any children born here would be American -- which means that over time the issue resolves itself.

The American people are legitimately angry at the price American society has paid due to illegal immigration. But they are also a generous people. Once they are assured that we do indeed control our borders, that anger will abate. A national consensus will emerge. 

Radical border control, followed by radical legalization. No mushy compromise. A solution requires two acts of national will: putting up a wall (along with E-Verify and visa tracking) and absorbing those who broke our laws to come to America.

This is not a compromise meant to appease both sides without achieving anything. It’s not some piece of hybrid legislation that arbitrarily divides illegals into those with five-year-old "roots" in America and those without – or some such mischief-making nonsense.

If we do it right, not only will we solve the problem, we will get it done as one nation.

I’m Charles Krauthammer for Prager University.


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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

President Trump Discusses his Trip Abroad Highlights


President Trump Discusses his Trip Abroad Highlights

The first sitting US president to visit the Western Wall and Church of the Holy Sepulchre

President Trump In Saudi Arabia

Country Location Date Details
Saudi Arabia Riyadh May 20–22 President Trump met with King Salman and Muslim leaders at the Riyadh Summit. He signed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia, the largest in world history, and was honored with the Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud, his first foreign order.

President Trump, along with First Lady Melania Trump, visited the National Museum of Saudi Arabia.

Israel Jerusalem May 22–23 President Trump met with President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He was the first sitting US president to visit the Western Wall and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The next day, the President visits the Yad Vashem and later delivers an address at the Israel Museum.


Palestinian National Authority Bethlehem 23-May President Trump met with Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem

Italy Rome May 23–24 President Trump met with President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni


Vatican City Vatican City 24-May President Trump met with Pope Francis.

Belgium Brussels May 24–25 President Trump met with King Philippe of Belgium, Prime Minister Charles Michel and attended the 28th NATO summit.

He also met with newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron.

Italy Taormina May 25–27 President Trump attended the 43rd G7 summit. He met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Japanese Prime Minister Shinz┼Ź Abe.

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The President- From Saudi Arabia to Israel to NATO

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to the G7, we made extraordinary gains

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on this historic trip to advance the security

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and prosperity of the United States, our friends,

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and our allies.

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We paved the way for a new era of cooperation among

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the nations of the world to defeat the common enemy

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of terrorism, and provide our children with

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a much more hopeful future.

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I was deeply encouraged to hear from the leaders

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of many Muslim and Arab nations that they are ready

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to take on a greater role in combating

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terrorism and providing young Muslims, in their

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region, with a future of safety and a future

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of opportunity.

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I went to Jerusalem, where I reaffirmed

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our unbreakable bond with the State of Israel.

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I was awed by the majesty and beauty of the Holy Land

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and the faith and reverence of the devoted

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people who live there.

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All children from all faiths deserve a future

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of hope and peace.

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In Rome, I was inspired by the beauty, and even more

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inspired by meeting with Pope Francis.

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Then, I traveled to two summits.

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First, at a NATO summit in Brussels, where we agreed

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to improve the burden sharing among members

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of our alliance, and to further confront

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the shared threat of terrorism.

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Next, I attended the G7.

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I laid out my vision for economic growth and fair

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trade and support of good paying jobs, and I called

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for much greater security and cooperation on matters

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of both terrorism, immigration, migration,

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to protect our citizens.

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We concluded a truly historic week

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for our country.

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We traveled the world to strengthen long-standing

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alliances, and to form a new partnership among

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nations devoted to the task of eradicating

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the terrorism that plagues our planet.

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And I am now more hopeful than ever

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in the possibility that nations of many faiths, many religions,

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and from many regions can join together

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in a common cause.

 


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