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originally posted by: CoramDeo
a reply to: Perfectenemy
I'd love to see the spike in traffic stats for this guy's Twitter.
It makes me wonder if Q is doing a check to see how many are paying attention to Q posts.
Just measure the delta and subtract 15% for sh#tposters and you have your answer.
originally posted by: MetalThunder
White House will host Facebook, Google and Amazon for AI summit
The Trump administration on Thursday will hear from almost 40 US tech companies about advances in artificial intelligence.
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
If they have evidence of McCain supporting ISIS terrorists, he might actually commit suicide in order to avoid having to face justice. Or his co-conspirators may force things to make sure he doesn't turn on them.
When they finally do report his death, I'm going to be suspicious about if it really happened. Perhaps he doesn't want Trump at his funeral because he's afraid Trump will open the casket to see if McCain is really in there.
Rudy Giuliani resigned from his private law firm on Wednesday as he steps up his work as one of President Donald Trump’s personal attorneys in the Russia investigation.
The former New York mayor initially took an unpaid leave of absence last month from the New York office of Greenberg Traurig, but in a joint statement issued Thursday the firm and Giuliani confirmed the separation was permanent.
“In light of the pressing demands of the Mueller investigation, I believe it is in everyone’s best interest that I make it a permanent resignation,” Giuliani said, referring to special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe. “This way, my sole concentration can be on this critically important matter for our country.”
Looks like Rudy is gearing up for more then just the Mueller probe.
In light of the pressing demands of the Mueller investigation, I believe it is in everyone’s best interest that I make it a permanent resignation...This way, my sole concentration can be on this critically important matter for our country
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi agents are holding a top aide to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and used an app on his mobile phone to lure four commanders from the group into a trap, a security advisor to the Iraqi government said on Thursday.
Ismail al-Eithawi, who also uses the alias Abu Zaid al-Iraqi, was captured in February in Turkey by Turkish authorities and handed over to Iraqi agents, Iraqi security advisor Hisham al-Hashimi told Reuters on Thursday.
Hashimi described Eithawi as a direct aide to Islamic State leader Baghdadi, responsible for funds transfers to the group’s bank accounts in different countries.
Iraqi agents used the Telegram messaging app on Eithawi’s mobile phone to lure other Islamic State commanders to cross the border from Syria into Iraq, where they were captured, Hashimi said. Those held include Saddam Jamal, a Syrian who served as the group’s governor of Syria’s eastern Euphrates region.