Brianna Keilar compares the Russian interference strategy with Trump's election strategy. They're exactly alike.
Doing Putin's bidding. Period.
One of the many oddities of the now-terminated Robert Mueller probe has been the seeming lack of any counterintelligence probe on Donald Trump's myriad, longstanding financial connections to Russia. A new story from The New York Times may explain why.
The squatter in the Oval Office, and all of the people intent on keeping him there, are at this point not even bothering to pretend they will do anything to make that happen. Including going back to the well of foreign interference and hog-tying Congress to keep the American public in the dark about it.
Trump just fired top intelligence figures to put in political people and tamp down any information he doesn't want to hear.
Sen. Tom Cotton tells CBS host Margaret Brennan that he won't vote for more witnesses in their sham of an impeachment "trial," and calls one of his fellow GOP Senators saying he would prefer Trump's lawyers not spread conspiracy theories about Ukraine during the trial a "Democratic talking point."
Trump attorney Jay Sekulow repeats Russian propaganda on Ukraine election interference in the United States during the Senate impeachment trial.
Trump propagandist Jeanine Pirro pushes the debunked conspiracy theory that it was actually Ukraine that interfered in the 2016 election during her opening segment on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019.
Rick Santorum looked humiliated when the CNN State of the Union panel cannot keep from laughing at his insistence that Russians would never have openly approached the Trump campaign.
It's the law, Jared.
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