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From Newsweek: NRA admits accepting money from 23 Russia-Linked donors http://www.newsweek....d-donors-882310



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Unbelievable. Although nothing is unbelievable anymore.

Republicans refuse to approve funding for cyber security upgrades to protect voting systems from attack.

They have money for baby cages & an ego-based military parade. But protecting democracy? Too expensive for them.



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Emails Dispute White House Claims That Flynn Acted Independently on Russia
By Michael S. Schmidt, Sharon LaFraniere and Scott Shane

https://www.nytimes....t.co/9CRwilyfV9

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WASHINGTON — When President Trump fired his national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, in February, White House officials portrayed him as a renegade who had acted independently in his discussions with a Russian official during the presidential transition and then lied to his colleagues about the interactions.

But emails among top transition officials, provided or described to The New York Times, suggest that Mr. Flynn was far from a rogue actor. In fact, the emails, coupled with interviews and court documents filed on Friday, showed that Mr. Flynn was in close touch with other senior members of the Trump transition team both before and after he spoke with the Russian ambassador, Sergey I. Kislyak, about American sanctions against Russia.

While Mr. Trump has disparaged as a Democratic “hoax” any claims that he or his aides had unusual interactions with Russian officials, the records suggest that the Trump transition team was intensely focused on improving relations with Moscow and was willing to intervene to pursue that goal despite a request from the Obama administration that it not sow confusion about official American policy before Mr. Trump took office.

On Dec. 29, a transition adviser to Mr. Trump, K. T. McFarland, wrote in an email to a colleague that sanctions announced hours before by the Obama administration in retaliation for Russian election meddling were aimed at discrediting Mr. Trump’s victory. The sanctions could also make it much harder for Mr. Trump to ease tensions with Russia, “which has just thrown the U.S.A. election to him,” she wrote in the emails obtained by The Times.

 



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Kushner Lawyer Accepts Service of Russia Suit by DNC After Delay
The slimy little turd has been served. . .

https://www.bloomber...dnc-after-delay

Soon after a New York federal judge said formal delivery of a lawsuit isn’t a "game," Jared Kushner’s lawyer agreed to accept service of the Democratic National Committee’s April complaint accusing him of colluding with Russia to meddle in the 2016 election.

Attorney Abbe Lowell affirmed on July 18 he’d accept service of the complaint that was filed in April against President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, after the DNC failed repeatedly to deliver the document to Kushner’s homes in Manhattan and Washington, the DNC said Thursday in a court filing.

The DNC said it was advised by Kushner’s building staff in New York that he was rarely home or no longer lived there. In Washington, the process server was turned away by the U.S. Secret Service and told, "You’re going to need to find another way to serve that," according to the filing.

In its filing, the DNC said it served all the defendants in the U.S., including Kushner, the Trump Campaign, Roger Stone, Donald Trump Jr., George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, Richard Gates and Emin Agalarov.

The DNC suit, which names foreign defendants including Russia, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, claims hacks of its computers inflicted “profound damage” on the party by undermining its effort to communicate “values and vision" and by creating internal discord.

 







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