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originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: crankyoldman
He had hat head! He was golfing all day and had been wearing a hat. Thats why his hair looked different yesterday. Personally I think it is an upgrade! He should do his hair like that everyday.
originally posted by: PilSungMtnMan
On a side note, it’s reported that 51 are for impeachment in the House. That’s 23% of where they need to be (218). I think if they don’t have 220+ in the bag, and they take it to a vote, and it fails in the House... that’s actually worse for Dems than;
- getting it thru House and dying in Senate
- not taking to a vote in House at all
originally posted by: IAMTAT
"Well, this IS interesting.
If DOJ have dropped that many counts against Assange, including the Vault 7 leak, it suggests Assange may have given DOJ something valuable.
They declined prosecution against Strzok for leaks last week, almost certainly as part of a plea deal.
If true about Assange, I wonder what he gave DOJ ?"
He helped arrange a meeting in the Seychelles in January 2017 between Erik Prince, a Trump supporter who founded the private security firm Blackwater, and a Russian official close to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The purpose of the meeting was of particular interest to Mueller’s investigators, and some questions about it remain unanswered, even after Mueller issued a 448-page report on his findings...
Prince has insisted, both publicly and to Congress, that his meeting in the Seychelles with Kirill Dmitriev, the head of a Russian government-controlled wealth fund, was a chance encounter that occurred because he happened to be meeting with United Arab Emirates officials at a luxury hotel in the Indian Ocean nation.
At the time, Nader had been working for years as an adviser to the UAE. Nader told investigators it was a meeting planned in advance, according to people familiar with the investigation.