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This video of talking heads led by Don lemon is full of lies and odious opinions. If CNN would get rid of Don and Brian, I would commit to a one year subscription with them. For Pete’s sake, just Say Bye Don Lemon, already!!

One CNN panel-head says ” Trump himself has never said one negative word about Vla…” at the ten fifty-five mark Um,  REALLY? This network is where at least a third of United States of America citizens get information to BELIEVE IN. Oh, My, Jesus, NO!

Check these guys out as they spar the same old same old , mostly negative commentary about our country and the leaders.  How can they behave so blase when spreading these notions? I would like to know why some of my favorite youtubers can do news  way better than this , while being way more informed and timely – and still be subjected to the YT BAN HAMMER!!?

 

Cnn clan implies:”REPUBLICANS Will Come To REGRET This”

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now I want to bring in now CNN legal
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analyst Laura coats a former federal
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prosecutor CNN political commentator
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Steve coats a former Trump campaign
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adviser national security analyst Steve
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Hall retired chief of CIA Russian
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operations and max boot of the Council
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on Foreign Relations and the author of
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the road not taken’ good to have all of
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you on thank you so much coming on max I
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want to your take on the finding by the
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house in telekinesis oak I mean they
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undertook a cover of not an
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investigation and by strenuously
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refusing to look for evidence of
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collusion between the Kremlin and the
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Trump campaign they then so there is no
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collusion they even said there’s no
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evidence that the Trump campaign was the
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beneficiary of this Russian covert
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operation to subvert our election which
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is in flat contradiction to the findings
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of the intelligence community and a
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grand jury that issued thirteen
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indictments in the case so this is a
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joke and Republicans will come to regret
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this because this will be yet another
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stain on their honor Steve did I call
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you Coates sorry
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Cornell’s sorry about that I had Laura
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codes documented so let’s go see the
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president is clearly happy about this
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but everyone knew this committee was
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hopelessly mired in partisanship and
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that the mole investigation as Mull
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investigation moves forward with
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multiple cooperating witnesses and
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indictments there is still a lot of
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investigating going on sure but here’s
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the point I think that’s most important
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is as much as has been investigated and
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as many people and as millions of
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dollars have been spent on looking into
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this issue what have we come up with no
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evidence of collusion because there was
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no collusion there’s a collusion
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delusion and I will tell you this as a
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as a partisan alright I kind of welcome
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it because I think that the longer the
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Democratic Left won’t deal with the
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reasons they lost in 2016 the better it
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is for us but as an American I don’t
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like it because we are literally
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fixating on on Asha Mara on something
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that didn’t happen did the Russians
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meddle in our election of course he did
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among other countries did it matter no
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it didn’t matter it didn’t sway Ohio it
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didn’t sway Wisconsin Michigan
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Pennsylvania blue-collar workers in
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those states decided based on their own
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self-interest if they don’t matter how
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come Trump mentioned WikiLeaks 141 times
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in the last month of the campaign listen
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it’s insulting to them to say that that
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a few Russians in bundling it was a few
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with a few million dollars in the
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campaign that spent a billion plus total
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that they were swayed on social media by
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the Russians I mean that’s obscenely
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offensive there are also people who are
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way not to go to the polls as well such
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as people who voted for Trump there were
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people who didn’t vote didn’t want to
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vote for Trump and maybe weren’t
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enthused by Hillary Clinton they were
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also swayed as well it affected voter
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turnout overall not just for Trump
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supporters well so there’s a New York
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Times article you should read the New
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York Times today and the Washington Post
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they do a whole layout on what happened
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with the campaign especially when it
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comes to african-american turnout in the
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country which were millions of voters
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who didn’t show up because they were
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swayed by what happened during the
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campaign I would urge you to go look at
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those two reports or if they’re from
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today I saw that and by the way you’re
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exactly right african-american turnout
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was was crucial so was Hispanic I and
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I’ll say this as in Hispanic Donald
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Trump massively outperformed
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expectations among Hispanics he just
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despite dour predictions from the
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mainstream media that he was going to be
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decimated among the Apollo population in
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fact we did better than MIT Romney did
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among Hispanics better than MITT Romney
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did you did better than John McCain did
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but you didn’t do as well as other
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Republican candidates before sure those
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two and not as well as I want to do know
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and that’s a great point Don it is not
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as well as I want to do and I don’t want
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to hold a parade for when in the third
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of the vote but the point is why did we
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do better because he offered a vision
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for their empowerment and for economic
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advancement and by the way not just
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offered that vision he’s now delivering
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on it lower african-american Louis
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Hispanic unemployment in history here
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actually though misses the this is the
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market talks about why there is a
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collusion investigation or why there’s a
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criminal probe in both inform others
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team and legislatively because we do
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prosecute and investigate crimes that
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are even endeavor based meaning it need
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not. has impacted the ultimate success of one
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candidate or another it need not have
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turned the tide and the way you’re
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speaking of it had to be the endeavor to
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do so and that’s why this is so
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important and why it’s a great facade to
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have the premise of well if it didn’t
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affect the outcome ultimately and
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perhaps he would have won then the
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actual probe and legislative sessions
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gathered around trying to figure out how
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to print from happening or nonsensical
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but in fact if I know and I’m explaining
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why if that is the illogical Prime
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Minister using why it would be a problem
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the issue with Congress here is that
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they have put the cart before the horse
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when they decided to end an
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investigation without first interviewing
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Paul Manafort Rick Gates Michael Flynn
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compelling testimony complete from Steve
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Bannon from Corey Lewandowski from
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Donald Trump jr. when three of those men
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have been indicted and to have pled
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guilty to crimes that occurred at least
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in part during the course of the
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administration that says to me that they
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were trying to be perhaps the facade
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based investigation and I don’t have a
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dog in this fight as to the outcome but
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I would like as an American voter as a
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person as a prosecutor to believe that
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they prosecute the actual investigation
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was comprehensive and not the facade
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Steve oh I know you have a lot to say
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about this what are your thoughts look I
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think the Democrats should issue their
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own report and I welcome that by the way
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but I guess I would say the other Steve
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Steve all oh sorry sorry that was my bad
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that’s right Donna like I didn’t hold
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out a whole lot of hope for frankly you
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through the oversight committees because
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we’re in such a hyper partisan time and
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this is a this is the you know they’re
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they are a political entity boats both
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sides are I worked in congressional he
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is on CIA for a while and I could say
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neither side has a monopoly I was there
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when Dianne Feinstein was pushing
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through on very very partisan Alliance
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the so-called torture report so neither
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side both sides in these circumstances
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lacked on a partisan fashion and the
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here’s the difference though when you’ve
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got the Director of National
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Intelligence from both administrations
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saying to you that your country has been
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attacked by the Russians by an
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adversarial country then all of that
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partisanship needs to go out the window
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because this is much less a question
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about you know Donald Trump it’s money
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it’s it’s a question about her
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democracy being attacked and do you many
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scenes live brother Mitch even the DNI
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director clapper who by the way lied to
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the American people and somehow was not
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prosecuted for his perjury doctor all is
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that we were talking about I mean now I
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mean the current one who this morning to
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do who earlier today said we agree with
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the results of the old guy that’s the
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one I’m talking about
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all right the way I’m not so sure about
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lying by the former of my former driver
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because I’m certainly did well look
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around come back the British are not
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afraid of it to blame Russia for the
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poisoning of a double agent and his
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daughter so why is this rubble
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administration so reluctant to point the
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finger at Moscow the British were
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blaming Russia for the poisoning of a
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former spy but the Trump administration
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doesn’t seem to be quite so certain back
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with me now Laura coats Steve Cortes and
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C Hall and also max boot so welcome back
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everyone Steve Hall let’s talk about the
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attempted murder case in Britain earlier
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today British prime minister Theresa May
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said that it was quote highly likely
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that Russia was responsible for the
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attempted murder of a former Russian
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double agent and his daughter why are
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they so certain well done I think that’s
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probably diplomatic British
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understatement for being pretty sure
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that it was the Russians I mean it was
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it was a Russian agent that was
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developed back in the eighties for
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actual chemical warfare use we’ve seen a
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pattern of Vladimir Putin and the
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Kremlin going after opposition leaders
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and people that are against Vladimir
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Putin in the UK previously so when you
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put all of that together probably
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together with classified information
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that the British intelligence services
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have developed over the course of time
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it’s you know it’s it’s pretty clear
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who’s behind this and it’s Vladimir
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Putin max wouldn’t asked about the
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attack the press secretary Sarah Sanders
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resisted trying tying it to Russia
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listen to this look we’ve been
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monitoring the incident closely take it
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very seriously the use of a highly
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lethal nerve agent against UK citizens
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on UK soil is an outrage the attack was
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reckless in
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and irresponsible we offer the fullest
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condemnation and we extend our sympathy
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to the victims and their families and
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our support to the UK government we
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stand by our closest ally and the
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special relationship that we have you’re
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using they’re not saying that Russia was
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– right now we are standing with our UK
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ally think they’re still working through
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even some of the details of that and
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we’re gonna continue to work with the UK
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and we certainly stand with them
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throughout this process so max why Sarah
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Sanders unable to point the finger at
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Russia because Donald Trump has a
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strange affection for the Russian
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dictator now later in the day Rex
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Tillerson did admit the obvious that
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Russia was responsible for this but we
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still have not heard that from Donald
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Trump who spokes people just as we have
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not heard anything from the White House
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about the fact that last month you had
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hundreds of Russian mercenaries
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attacking a US base in Syria and
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likewise that White House has refused to
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respond to the Russian attack in our
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democracy in the 2016 election Donald
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Trump trashes people every single day
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people like Maggie Haberman at the New
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York Times just 24 hours ago or Alec
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Baldwin he never says anything bad about
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Vladimir Putin this is why there are
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great suspicions that there was in fact
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collusion between the Trump campaign and
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the Russians because it’s hard to
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explain why on earth does Donald Trump
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will not call out the Russians they’re
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attacking our allies they are attacking
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our allies and he’s looking the other
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way
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okay that is a disgrace he is not
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protecting our country or our pella max
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if that’s the truth if he’s some sort of
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puppet of Putin or of Russia why did he
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send cruise missiles dozens of cruise
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missiles into Syria and an air base by
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the way which had Russian planes there
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why is he arming the Ukraine which he
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already did against Russia and why did
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he go to Poland and give a speech in
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Warsaw which was as anti-russian
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encroachment as any speech that Reagan
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was it was a moderate life it was oh he
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was not an anti but no I let him answer
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question on an a it was not an entire
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Russian speech Trump had to be stronger
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on by his aides into affirming NATO
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Article five but I’m what you’re
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pointing to is the fact that we all know
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he’s incredibly inconsistent he could
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not stay on one theme for one time and
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yes the administration has done some
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things that are designed to stop Russian
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aggression pushed
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ADEs who are anti-russian but Donald
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Trump himself has never said one
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negative word about Vladimir why is
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anybody music to respond to the attack
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or election of 2016 do you respond so
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listen so Steve Hall the Secretary
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Tillerson also said that Russia must
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face serious consequences for the attack
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what type of response do you think we’ll
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see well I hope there’s two different
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types of response first there’s stuff
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that the United Kate the United Kingdom
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can do unilaterally they can freeze or
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somehow tie up all of the oligarch the
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Russian oligarch money that is you know
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floating around London banks that’s
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gonna be a tough thing because there’s
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gonna be impact on it you know on Brits
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for that but that’s something not to be
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done their house flow to put a travel
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ban a visa ban on those same Russian
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oligarchs in the International side I
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haven’t argued that we needed to give
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some serious consideration to kicking
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the Russians out of the international
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banking Swift system for a specific
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period of time in order to make them
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understand how serious this is and I
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think somebody at some point needs to
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raise the issue as to whether or not a
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country that annexes pieces of other
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countries and conducts political
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assassinations outside of its own
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borders should be as part of the United
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Nations Security Council that’s an issue
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that I think also should be addressed
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all right Laura so help me with this as
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Max was pointing out and other panelists
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have pointed out the president and the
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White House will rarely criticize Russia
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at all and no one really knows why is
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that a question the Special Counsel
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investigation is going to be able to get
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to the bottom of oh we hope so and the
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reason is you can actually not be a
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puppet if you want to give the benefit
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out of the President and also take a
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position that’s contrary to Russia or
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one that is perhaps complementary to it
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but the point is that special counsel
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Muller’s team has to uncover whether
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there actually are strings and part of
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his quest is not simply to pursue a
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foregone conclusion that the
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intelligence community has already come
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to which is the Russians have tried to
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interfere with our election they also
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have to figure out anyone as an American
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citizen was with accommodating or
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helping in that endeavor
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it follows the money trail sometimes
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those strings are going to lend to the
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marionettes cross other time is going to
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find its way to somebody’s bank account
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which is why it is very compelling to
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people just look at the congressional
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action of
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and say I wonder why there was a
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congressional investigation about trying
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to protect the democratic institution we
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have here and our electoral system that
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did not follow the same trail that
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Muller did when there have been 13
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indictments of Russian nationals there
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have been three indictments of people
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who are in the inner circle of the Trump
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campaign and the administration it seems
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to me the answer question is not whether
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or not Donald Trump is a puppet of Putin
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but whether or not why there has not
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been a thorough investigation of
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Congress as to why that might be a
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possibility it’s an odd thing that makes
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the American people question it and of
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course raised the suspicions of Muller’s
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team thank you all I appreciate it when
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we come back the special election that
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has Republicans on edge why they should
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be worried about what happens in
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Pennsylvania tomorrow I’m going to talk
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to mark McKinnon that’s next
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[Applause]
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3/13/2018. CNN Political Commentators Steve Cortes, Laura Coates and Author of the Road Not Taken Max Boot discuss the President Trump White House, the House Republican ending Russia Investigation claiming no evidence of collusions.

if Mueller investigations prove collusion by the Republican house – or misdeeds by the Democratic house – will there be prosecution under Rico Act? for organized crime.


True or FAlse? Rex Tillerson speaks about Russia attack in the UK, then is fired hours later?

Steve, you don’t talk on behalf of every American. You probably share the thoughts of about 35%.

Why why why do you continue to give these ex Trump campaign advisers aire time. They are no more than lap dogs who only want to get their 15min of fame. The crap that comes out of their mouths is always the same. If you want the real truth get out on the street and ask the public. They are the ones that are affected the most.
Steve Cortex was never this obnoxious prior to the election.  I see he’s drinking the koolaid.

 

 

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