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1 minute ago, iNow said:

It’s not beyond the realm of possibility. 

If he does I'll be calling him Teflon Don.

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"Coats says that Russia utilized social media as a relatively "cheap and low risk" opportunity to sow dissension in the U.S.  He said in the eyes of Russia, it "offers plausible deniability and is proven to be effective at sowing division."

He said that Russia will "continue using propaganda, social media, false flag personas and sympathetic spokesmen to build on its wide range of operations and exacerbate social and political issues in the U.S."

Coats noted that Russia perceived its past influence as "successful" and aims to use the 2018 midterm elections as a potential target. 

Director Pompeo added that intelligence officials have yet to sees a "significant decrease" in Russian activity as it pertains their influence in U.S. elections and social and political issues. "

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/christopher-wray-mike-pompeo-dan-coats-testify-on-worldwide-threats-live-stream/

 

Both Dan Coats the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) and Mike Pompeo the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) were appointed by Trump. They are not Democrat deep state plant. Both acknowledge under oath both the Senate today to Russia perceives their influence in the 2016 election successful and have continue to seed division. Meanwhile Trump himself continues to challenge whether Russia did anything a lot with regards to the 2016 election. Even if a person choose to ignore the fairly obvious fact that at a minimum Trump's campaign willfully and knowingly accepted help from Russia propaganda they should still be upset that Trump continues run defense for Russia to this day.  

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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-43984180

Trump lost Ty Cobb today, his top lawyer for the Russian collusion enquiry. Is it telling that Cobb decides to retire a week after Mueller's questions for Trump come out? My imagination tells me if he thought he had a chance to successfully defend the POTUS from these charges, he'd jump at the chance to make this his last great case. 

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11 hours ago, Phi for All said:

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-43984180

Trump lost Ty Cobb today, his top lawyer for the Russian collusion enquiry. Is it telling that Cobb decides to retire a week after Mueller's questions for Trump come out? My imagination tells me if he thought he had a chance to successfully defend the POTUS from these charges, he'd jump at the chance to make this his last great case. 

Considering Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen has found himself the subject of investigation is it easy for me to image Cobb may have either been asked to do something or became aware of things that led him to fear the same fate. Giuliani who recently joined Trump's legal team has taken a different approach attempting to clarify previous lies. Giuliani concedes that Trump paid Cohen back the $130,000 which went to Porn Star Stormy Daniels. While the pay off isn't related to collusion the admission shows Giuliani appears to understand that lying publicly about matters which are under investigation is problematic. Meanwhile the questions Mueller would ask Trump pointedly address what Trump new about the hacks, his team meeting with Assange, outreach to Putin by his team, what potential assurances Trump made Russia about sanctions and shift U.S. policy in Ukraine. All of which definitely appear to happened. Manafort, Flynn, Coats, Stone, and Gates have already been indicted. The questions are about what Trump knew and when he knew it. Whether or not it happened appears to have been decided. 

 

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