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Nunes rushing off to White House the night before dropping fizzled "unmasking" narrative. Confirmed.
"Chairman Nunes met with his source at the White House grounds in order to have proximity to a secure location where he could view the information provided by the source," said his spokesman, Jack Langer.
Nunes being fed documents at WH meeting, by administration. Confirmed.
Carter Page actively recruited by SVR.
Page confirmed to ABC News that he is the individual identified as "Male-1" in a 2015 court document submitted in a case involving the Russian spies.
Kushner meeting with VEB chairman
VEB confirmed the meeting with Kushner in a statement to CNN, though described Kushner in his role as head of Kushner Companies, not as a representative of Trump.
"During 2016 the bank's management repeatedly met with representatives of the world's leading financial institutions in Europe, Asia and America ... including the head of Kushner Companies, Jared Kushner," the VEB statement said.
Kushner meeting with Kisylak. Confirmed.
“They generally discussed the relationship and it made sense to establish a line of communication,” Ms. Hicks said. “Jared has had meetings with many other foreign countries and representatives — as many as two dozen other foreign countries’ leaders and representatives.”
According to Spicer, then-Acting Attorney General Sally Yates informed the White House last month that Flynn may have misled the administration about the nature of his December phone calls with Kislyak. "Immediately after the Department of Justice notified the White House counsel of the situation, the White House counsel briefed the president and a small group of senior advisers," Spicer said.
All that's being proven is that the Trump administration had suspicions about Flynn and were looking into it.
YATES: I had two in-person meetings and one phone call with the White House Counsel about Mr. Flynn. The first meeting occurred on January 26, called Don McGahn first thing that morning and told him that I had a very sensitive matter that I needed to discuss with him, that I couldn't talk about it on the phone and that I needed to come see him. And he agreed to meet with me later that afternoon.
I took a senior member of the national security division who was overseeing this matter with me to meet with Mr. McGahn. We met in his office at the White House which is a skiff (ph) so we could discuss classified information in his office. We began our meeting telling him that there had been press accounts of statements from the vice president and others that related conduct that Mr. Flynn had been involved in that we knew not to be the truth.
YATES: So I told them again that there were a number of press accounts of statements that had been made by the vice president and other high-ranking White House officials about General Flynn's conduct that we knew to be untrue. And we told them how we knew that this - how we had this information, how we had acquired it, and how we knew that it was untrue.
And we walked the White House Counsel who also had an associate there with him through General Flynn's underlying conduct, the contents of which I obviously cannot go through with you today because it's classified. But we took him through in a fair amount of detail of the underlying conduct, what General Flynn had done, and then we walked through the various press accounts and how it had been falsely reported.
All that's being proven is that the Trump administration had suspicions about Flynn and were looking into it. Of course, when the Trump administration found out, he was fired immediately.
I'll give you this, there is no question about your credibility. It's certain where your credibility lies, face down in the gutter.
“advanced persistent threat” — may or may not be associated with the F.S.B., the main successor to the Soviet-era K.G.B., but it is widely believed to be a Russian government operation.
Mr. Flynn, who was fired after 24 days in the job, was initially kept on even after the acting attorney general, Sally Q. Yates, warned the White House that he might be subject to blackmail
originally posted by: kurthall
a reply to: GodEmperor
If its so laughable, why are people involved pleading the 5th? Yeah that's what I thought!!! If its so laughable why have the memos not been turned over even though they have set a deadline which was ignored? Yeah thought so!!! Why are these documents going to have to take a court subpoena to get them???? Thought so. There is a reason people do not want to talk and want deals!!!! Are you people that ignorant?????? You do not plead the 5th if you think you have done the right thing!!!
Unlike your parroted MSM opinions, Iraq was given self-determination in the form of a republic.