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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' 13:05 - Apr 17 with 1363 viewsNo9

A lot of press coverage of what the NY Times is reporting

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/apr/16/trump-novichok-attack-skripal-po

& it doesn't look as tho' he has done much about sanctions either.
Wonder what Nigellas recommended?
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 14:06 - Apr 17 with 1304 viewsElmswell_Blue

There is no longer a “special relationship” with the US
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 16:16 - Apr 17 with 1256 viewsNo9

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 14:06 - Apr 17 by Elmswell_Blue

There is no longer a “special relationship” with the US


Confirmed by Nancy Polosi saying that, if Brexit has an an effect on the Good Friday Agreement there will be no trade deal for the UK
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 19:33 - Apr 17 with 1218 viewsBluerunner

The Russian Collusion delusion was based on fake reports and news. The Guardian report has the following telltales:

"... according to a new report." / "According to the New York Times ..." /
"Trump is reported to have ..." / "Some officials said they thought ..." / "She is said to have ..." / "... the report said." . "Trump has separately been reported as having ..." / "According to a report last April ..." / "an administration official cited in ..." / "the official said"

I'd give this more credence if it named sources.

Here is a brilliant collection of clips from the anti-Trump media over the last two years.



Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 21:02 - Apr 17 with 1160 viewssparks

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 19:33 - Apr 17 by Bluerunner

The Russian Collusion delusion was based on fake reports and news. The Guardian report has the following telltales:

"... according to a new report." / "According to the New York Times ..." /
"Trump is reported to have ..." / "Some officials said they thought ..." / "She is said to have ..." / "... the report said." . "Trump has separately been reported as having ..." / "According to a report last April ..." / "an administration official cited in ..." / "the official said"

I'd give this more credence if it named sources.

Here is a brilliant collection of clips from the anti-Trump media over the last two years.



Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.


"anti trump media" is a ridiculous concept.

There is simply too much patently clear stuff coming from his own mouth and justfying the criticism 100 times over, to suggest there is any sort of unreasonable bias having any substantive impact.

The presence of those seeking the truth is infinitely to be preferred to the presence of those who think they've found it. (Sir Terry Pratchett)
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Lollers on 21:16 - Apr 17 with 1144 viewsDyland

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 19:33 - Apr 17 by Bluerunner

The Russian Collusion delusion was based on fake reports and news. The Guardian report has the following telltales:

"... according to a new report." / "According to the New York Times ..." /
"Trump is reported to have ..." / "Some officials said they thought ..." / "She is said to have ..." / "... the report said." . "Trump has separately been reported as having ..." / "According to a report last April ..." / "an administration official cited in ..." / "the official said"

I'd give this more credence if it named sources.

Here is a brilliant collection of clips from the anti-Trump media over the last two years.



Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.


Sure thing Sergei :)

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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 21:39 - Apr 17 with 1111 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 19:33 - Apr 17 by Bluerunner

The Russian Collusion delusion was based on fake reports and news. The Guardian report has the following telltales:

"... according to a new report." / "According to the New York Times ..." /
"Trump is reported to have ..." / "Some officials said they thought ..." / "She is said to have ..." / "... the report said." . "Trump has separately been reported as having ..." / "According to a report last April ..." / "an administration official cited in ..." / "the official said"

I'd give this more credence if it named sources.

Here is a brilliant collection of clips from the anti-Trump media over the last two years.



Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.


The source is clearly the New York Times that has not named its own sources. The question, then, is how reliable the NYT is and how reliable the sources they have chosen to trust are. Of course, it is always possible a newspaper makes its sources up completely but that is a dangerous course of action. A paper of any repute would be unwise to then quote a paper that was known to be doing that.

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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 10:43 - Apr 18 with 992 viewsNo9

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 19:33 - Apr 17 by Bluerunner

The Russian Collusion delusion was based on fake reports and news. The Guardian report has the following telltales:

"... according to a new report." / "According to the New York Times ..." /
"Trump is reported to have ..." / "Some officials said they thought ..." / "She is said to have ..." / "... the report said." . "Trump has separately been reported as having ..." / "According to a report last April ..." / "an administration official cited in ..." / "the official said"

I'd give this more credence if it named sources.

Here is a brilliant collection of clips from the anti-Trump media over the last two years.



Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.


You think the Trump appointed Attorney General redacted the Mueller report for fun?
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 13:52 - Apr 18 with 938 viewsBluerunner

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 10:43 - Apr 18 by No9

You think the Trump appointed Attorney General redacted the Mueller report for fun?


Of course not.

He is required by law to redact grand jury information and classified information. In addition information relating to ongoing investigations and information that would infringe on the privacy of “peripheral third parties” will be redacted. The four classes of redaction will be colour coded so you can see which is which.

The question you need to answer is why didn't Mueller recommend impeachment in the first place. AG Barr has no need to redact anything except as above.

People really need to step back from the orange-man-bad mindset. The game has changed. Attention is on the real collusion party, the Democratic Party.

Even Goldman Sachs are forecasting a 2020 victory for Trump.
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 13:56 - Apr 18 with 934 viewsNo9

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 13:52 - Apr 18 by Bluerunner

Of course not.

He is required by law to redact grand jury information and classified information. In addition information relating to ongoing investigations and information that would infringe on the privacy of “peripheral third parties” will be redacted. The four classes of redaction will be colour coded so you can see which is which.

The question you need to answer is why didn't Mueller recommend impeachment in the first place. AG Barr has no need to redact anything except as above.

People really need to step back from the orange-man-bad mindset. The game has changed. Attention is on the real collusion party, the Democratic Party.

Even Goldman Sachs are forecasting a 2020 victory for Trump.


I dind't think Mueller had a brief to recommend impeachment- did he?

We don't know what the Atterney gen has reducted, do we?

The game has indeed changed as N. Koprea showed today

Having lived in America I have always thought Trump will be re-elected.
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 14:03 - Apr 18 with 923 viewsBluesquid

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 13:52 - Apr 18 by Bluerunner

Of course not.

He is required by law to redact grand jury information and classified information. In addition information relating to ongoing investigations and information that would infringe on the privacy of “peripheral third parties” will be redacted. The four classes of redaction will be colour coded so you can see which is which.

The question you need to answer is why didn't Mueller recommend impeachment in the first place. AG Barr has no need to redact anything except as above.

People really need to step back from the orange-man-bad mindset. The game has changed. Attention is on the real collusion party, the Democratic Party.

Even Goldman Sachs are forecasting a 2020 victory for Trump.


I agree that The Russian Collusion delusion was based on fake reports and news.

It was the classic distraction technique and smoke screen for the real collusion that has been taking place between the Trump admin and a certain other foreign power.
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 14:28 - Apr 18 with 899 viewsWhymarkmariner

How many people and Nations are on "Trumped up charges" ?
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Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 22:48 - Apr 19 with 790 viewsBluerunner

Trump thinks Russian actions in Sailbury were 'spy games' on 13:56 - Apr 18 by No9

I dind't think Mueller had a brief to recommend impeachment- did he?

We don't know what the Atterney gen has reducted, do we?

The game has indeed changed as N. Koprea showed today

Having lived in America I have always thought Trump will be re-elected.


No, his (secret) brief was to string the investigation out until the 2018 mid-terms and then hand over to congress which he has now done. Nadler, Schiff, Cummings and Waters are chairs of the committees which will continue the charade until the 2020 election.

Of course we do know Rosenstein's initial instruction to Mueller (Russia) but we don't know what is in his scope memo of 2/8/2017. It seems that they knew very early that Russian collusion did not happen. They therefore needed to expand the scope of the investigation to cover obstruction of justice so they could fanny around with that for a year and a half (and possibly recommend Trump's impeachment).

The raids on Roger Stone and Michael Cohen and the treatment of Paul Manafort were to provoke Trump to act in a way which Mueller could construe as obstruction. It didn't work.

Since your post we do know what is redacted. It isn't much.

Initially it seems Trump took the view that dealing with the real criminals in this story would damage the US and its institutions and should not be done. Now it is likely that the hammer will come down on the real villains.
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