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originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: AnkhMorpork
Yes but formed with the Magdalene or John?
originally posted by: abago71
Trump ally detained, served with Mueller subpoena at Boston airport
A professor and author who once presented himself as a possible Trump administration ambassador to the European Union was detained and questioned by the FBI at Boston Logan airport and served a subpoena from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is probing possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Ok. This is the first i've ever heard of this guy.
He said he was asked if he had ever visited the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been living since 2012, and he replied no.
"What could they want from me — a policy wonk and philosophical defender of Trump?" said Malloch. "I am not an operative, have no Russia contacts, and—aside from appearing on air and in print often to defend and congratulate our President — have done nothing wrong. What message does this send?"
Malloch has described the EU as having "evil" origins and compared it to the Soviet Union.
EU has "evil" origins. I would like to hear his take on the EU.
BTW, this is from NBC news.
A former professor at the University of Reading in the U.K. and the author of several books, he has a book coming out in May called "The Plot to Destroy Trump: How the Deep State Fabricated the Russian Dossier to Subvert the President."
Roger Stone wrote the forward. Infowars host Alex Jones and Brexiteer Nigel Farage have written blurbs for the book cover, according to Malloch's publisher.
originally posted by: butcherguy
a reply to: tiredoflooking
I wonder if Trump doesn't have Mueller going down blind alleys chasing shadows, in order to makr him look like an ass at the end of all of this?
That "confidential source" is Steele. It's unlikely that the Justice Department's inspector general will be in any better position to secure testimony from Steele than Congress, which has been frustrated in its efforts to hear from this central figure in the Russia collusion narrative. Perhaps prosecutor John Huber—named yesterday by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to run a review parallel to the inspector general's—will make it part of his brief to know what DoJ and FBI figures did (if anything) to verify Steele's claims. But the Russian affair won't be sorted out until someone figures out who (if anyone) Steele's sources were.