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I didn't ask about what he will do. I asked about what he has (not) done, in spite of what he has said.
Maybe he will in the future, how do you know?
I didn't. But what's up with comparing health care with a phone bill?
However, we all had to change health plans,
costing twelve to twenty times as much as
a cell phone bill,
originally posted by: Phage
But what's up with comparing health care with a phone bill?
The coverage is identical. For myself and my daughter. You will get no more personal information from me.
Can you prove you still have the same health care plan
that you had before the ACA?
Russians? Who said anything about Russians? We don't need no steenkin Russians to take advantage of our Office!
But still...... Russians.
Is it true that American officials believe that Donald Trump has been supplying Russian authorities with information about the activities of Russian oligarchs in the United States for eight years?!?
This was (roughly) a question from Rep. Devin Nunes, and answered affirmatively during the House Intelligence Committee hearing a short time ago, by some naval officer whose name I didn't catch.
originally posted by: daveinats
Run? No...probably with his boy friend though...
Nunes (referring to allegations in the Steele dossier): A quid pro quo relationship seems to exist between the Trump campaign and Putin's Russia. A July 19, 2016 entry, for example, asserts that Russians were receiving intel from Trump's team, on Russian oligarchs and their families in the United States.
An entry from June 20th, 2016 states, quote, "Trump and his inner circle have accepted regular flow of intelligence from the Kremlin, including on his Democratic and other political rivals, unquote, which is "something for something".
A July 30th entry likewise states that, quote, a source close to the Trump campaign confirms regular exchange with the Kremlin has existed for at least eight years, including intelligence he fed back to Russia on oligarch's activities in the United States.
Is it generally true that Moscow actively seeks and supports, whether through the oligarchs, overt Russian officials or undeclared intelligence officers, sympathetic or cooperative foreign figures abroad, whether throuh business dealings or political backing or a combination of the two?
Rogers: Generally it's a tactic we have seen over time, but again I would caution us, we're talking about very specific cases theoretically here and I'm not prepared to give, (get) any of the specifics.