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Trump has been bailed out of bankruptcy by the Russian Mafia which should have prevented Trump from running for office.  Joe Biden does have a personal investment portfolio which does include the Ukraine fossil fuel industry with Hunter Biden BOD ???

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It is not the President's duty to investigate a candidate for President it is the duty of the FBI. The Obama National Security Team and/or the FBI was probably investigating the Rump because he was running for the office of president = not unusual.

 

"that investigating a potential president — even from the opposition — was an urgent matter of national security if there were reason to believe that candidate were working for, or beholden to, a foreign country."

 

Trump has been bailed out of bankruptcy by the Russian Mafia which should have prevented Trump from running for office. 

 

Joe Biden does have a personal investment portfolio which does include the Ukraine fossil fuel industry that which has Hunter Biden as a board member.

Joe Biden probably should not be running for president. 

 

Why is the USA government financing military assistance to the Ukraine? Fossil fuels of course. War for Fossil Fuels!!!

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A case exists that Sanders is not merely electable, but may be the most electable Democrat running right now. Democrats who want to defeat Donald Trump in 2020 should not assume thhttps://www.salon.com/2019/11/24/quit-saying-that-bernie-sanders-cant-win-he-may-be-the-most-electable-democrat-running-in-2020/at Sanders is a politically risky choice — even though that is the conventional wisdom — and instead look dispassionately at the arguments for and against his supposed electability. 

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21 minutes ago, merrill said:

It is not the President's duty to investigate a candidate for President it is the duty of the FBI. The Obama National Security Team and/or the FBI was probably investigating the Rump because he was running for the office of president = not unusual.

 

"that investigating a potential president — even from the opposition — was an urgent matter of national security if there were reason to believe that candidate were working for, or beholden to, a foreign country."

 

Trump has been bailed out of bankruptcy by the Russian Mafia which should have prevented Trump from running for office. 

 

Joe Biden does have a personal investment portfolio which does include the Ukraine fossil fuel industry that which has Hunter Biden as a board member.

Joe Biden probably should not be running for president. 

 

Why is the USA government financing military assistance to the Ukraine? Fossil fuels of course. War for Fossil Fuels!!!

 

Article VII. Donald J. Trump, in violation of his oath to uphold the emoluments clauses (which forbid the president from accepting benefits from foreign and state governments without the permission of Congress) retains ownership of a global business empire which allows him to benefit from dealings with foreign and state governments.

 

Trump has committed more criminal and unconstitutional conduct than any previous president in U.S. history. If they refuse to impeach him, members of Congress will violate their own oaths to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

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Explain to me exactly how Trump was bailed out to bankruptcy by Russia, You rocket scientist, This should be good.

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The facts read like a B-grade spy novel.

 

 

In 2008, Donald Trump Jr. attended a real estate conference, where he stated that

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Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia.

 

As it turns out, that may have been an understatement. Human rights lawyer Scott Horton, whose work in the region goes back to defending Andrei Sakharov and other Soviet dissidents, has gone through a series of studies by the Financial Times to show how funds from Russian crime lords bailed Trump out after yet another bankruptcy. The conclusions are stark.

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Among the powerful facts that DNI missed were…

 

http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/donald-trump-was-bailed-out-bankruptcy-russia-crime-bosses

 

 

a series of very deep studies published in the [Financial Times] that examined the structure and history of several major Trump real estate projects from the last decade—the period after his seventh bankruptcy and the cancellation of all his bank lines of credit. ...

 

The money to build these projects flowed almost entirely from Russian sources. In other words, after his business crashed, Trump was floated and made to appear to operate a successful business enterprise through the infusion of hundreds in millions of cash from dark Russian sources.

 

He was their man.

 

Yes, even that much seems fantastic, and the details include business agencies acting as a front for the GRU, billionaire mobsters, a vast network of propaganda sources, and an American candidate completely under the thumb of the Kremlin.

 

It reads like the a B-grade spy novel, a plot both too convoluted—and too bluntly obvious—for John le Carré. The problem is it may not be a conspiracy theory. It may be a conspiracy.

 

Horton’s analysis comes from piecing together information in three Financial Times “deep reports.” One of these focused on Sergei Millian, the head of the Russian American Chamber of Commerce in the US at the time of Trump Jr.’s “money pouring in from Russia” claim.

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Mr Millian insists his Russian American Chamber of Commerce (RACC) has nothing to do with the Russian government. He says it is funded by payments from its commercial members alone.

 

Most of the board members are obscure entities and nearly half of their telephone numbers went unanswered when called by the Financial Times. An FT reporter found no trace of the Chamber of Commerce at the Wall Street address listed on its website. 

 

Why was RACC’s background filled with so many holes? The Financial Times quotes former Russian MP Konstantin Borovoi in tagging the chamber as a front for intelligence operations that dates back to Soviet times.

 

http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/donald-trump-was-bailed-out-bankruptcy-russia-crime-bosses

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https://www.alternet.org/2017/01/donald-trump-was-bailed-out-bankruptcy-russia-crime-bosses/

 

In 2008, Donald Trump Jr. attended a real estate conference, where he stated that

Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia.

As it turns out, that may have been an understatement. Human rights lawyer Scott Horton, whose work in the region goes back to defending Andrei Sakharov and other Soviet dissidents, has gone through a series of studies by the Financial Times to show how funds from Russian crime lords bailed Trump out after yet another bankruptcy. The conclusions are stark.

 
 
 

Among the powerful facts that DNI missed were a series of very deep studies published in the [Financial Times] that examined the structure and history of several major Trump real estate projects from the last decade—the period after his seventh bankruptcy and the cancellation of all his bank lines of credit. …

The money to build these projects flowed almost entirely from Russian sources. In other words, after his business crashed, Trump was floated and made to appear to operate a successful business enterprise through the infusion of hundreds in millions of cash from dark Russian sources.

He was their man.

Yes, even that much seems fantastic, and the details include business agencies acting as a front for the GRU, billionaire mobsters, a vast network of propaganda sources, and an American candidate completely under the thumb of the Kremlin.

It reads like the a B-grade spy novel, a plot both too convoluted—and too bluntly obvious—for John le Carré. The problem is it may not be a conspiracy theory. It may be a conspiracy.

 

Horton’s analysis comes from piecing together information in three Financial Times “deep reports.” One of these focused on Sergei Millian, the head of the Russian American Chamber of Commerce in the US at the time of Trump Jr.’s “money pouring in from Russia” claim.

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http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/donald-trump-was-bailed-out-bankruptcy-russia-crime-bosses

 

Mr Millian insists his Russian American Chamber of Commerce (RACC) has nothing to do with the Russian government. He says it is funded by payments from its commercial members alone.

Most of the board members are obscure entities and nearly half of their telephone numbers went unanswered when called by the Financial Times. An FT reporter found no trace of the Chamber of Commerce at the Wall Street address listed on its website. 

Why was RACC’s background filled with so many holes? The Financial Times quotes former Russian MP Konstantin Borovoi in tagging the chamber as a front for intelligence operations that dates back to Soviet times.

“The chamber of commerce institutions are the visible part of the agent network . . . Russia has spent huge amounts of money on this.”

Millian helped arrange for Trump to visit Moscow in 2007, and had other outings with Trump in the states, including a visit to horse races in Miami. Millian claims that he had the right to market Trump properties in Russia.

“You could say I was their exclusive broker,” he told Ria. “Then, in 2007-2008, dozens of Russians bought apartments in Trump properties in the US.” He later told ABC television that the Trump Organisation had received “hundreds of millions of dollars” through deals with Russian businessmen.

Despite documents and photos showing Trump with Millian, Trump denied their association during the campaign.

Hope Hicks, Mr Trump’s campaign spokeswoman, said Mr Trump had “met and spoke” with Mr Millian only “on one occasion almost a decade ago at a hotel opening”.

The second Financial Times article puts Trump at the middle of a money laundering scheme, in which his real estate deals were used to hide not just an infusion of capital from Russia and former Soviet states, but to launder hundreds of millions looted by oligarchs. All Trump had to do was close his eyes to the source of the money, and suddenly empty apartments were going for top dollar.

 

 

 

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40 minutes ago, merrill said:

It is not the President's duty to investigate a candidate for President it is the duty of the FBI. The Obama National Security Team and/or the FBI was probably investigating the Rump because he was running for the office of president = not unusual.

 

"that investigating a potential president — even from the opposition — was an urgent matter of national security if there were reason to believe that candidate were working for, or beholden to, a foreign country."

 

Trump has been bailed out of bankruptcy by the Russian Mafia which should have prevented Trump from running for office. 

 

Joe Biden does have a personal investment portfolio which does include the Ukraine fossil fuel industry that which has Hunter Biden as a board member.

Joe Biden probably should not be running for president. 

 

Why is the USA government financing military assistance to the Ukraine? Fossil fuels of course. War for Fossil Fuels!!!

Sure looks like a psychological phishing exercise using conflicting philosophies against group think because one party lost their persuasion of power and won't allow everyone else to use what they get.

 

 

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18 minutes ago, merrill said:

http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/donald-trump-was-bailed-out-bankruptcy-russia-crime-bosses

 

Mr Millian insists his Russian American Chamber of Commerce (RACC) has nothing to do with the Russian government. He says it is funded by payments from its commercial members alone.

Most of the board members are obscure entities and nearly half of their telephone numbers went unanswered when called by the Financial Times. An FT reporter found no trace of the Chamber of Commerce at the Wall Street address listed on its website. 

Why was RACC’s background filled with so many holes? The Financial Times quotes former Russian MP Konstantin Borovoi in tagging the chamber as a front for intelligence operations that dates back to Soviet times.

“The chamber of commerce institutions are the visible part of the agent network . . . Russia has spent huge amounts of money on this.”

Millian helped arrange for Trump to visit Moscow in 2007, and had other outings with Trump in the states, including a visit to horse races in Miami. Millian claims that he had the right to market Trump properties in Russia.

“You could say I was their exclusive broker,” he told Ria. “Then, in 2007-2008, dozens of Russians bought apartments in Trump properties in the US.” He later told ABC television that the Trump Organisation had received “hundreds of millions of dollars” through deals with Russian businessmen.

Despite documents and photos showing Trump with Millian, Trump denied their association during the campaign.

Hope Hicks, Mr Trump’s campaign spokeswoman, said Mr Trump had “met and spoke” with Mr Millian only “on one occasion almost a decade ago at a hotel opening”.

The second Financial Times article puts Trump at the middle of a money laundering scheme, in which his real estate deals were used to hide not just an infusion of capital from Russia and former Soviet states, but to launder hundreds of millions looted by oligarchs. All Trump had to do was close his eyes to the source of the money, and suddenly empty apartments were going for top dollar.

 

 

 

The second Financial Times article puts Trump at the middle of a money laundering scheme, in which his real estate deals were used to hide not just an infusion of capital from Russia and former Soviet states, but to launder hundreds of millions looted by oligarchs. All Trump had to do was close his eyes to the source of the money, and suddenly empty apartments were going for top dollar.

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25 minutes ago, merrill said:

The Trump Mandate:

 

Not coming clean with the Americans = tax documents please! Trump is the enemy!

 

Anti American Radical Right Wing Agenda = Fascism

http://www.pfaw.org/rww-in-focus/alec-the-voice-of-corporate-special-interests-state-legislatures#Voter

And you wonder why he won't release them? Same reason Obama didn't release the vault copy of his birth certificate. It drives his opponents absolutely stark raving mad!

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2 hours ago, merrill said:

It is not the President's duty to investigate a candidate for President it is the duty of the FBI. The Obama National Security Team and/or the FBI was probably investigating the Rump because he was running for the office of president = not unusual.

 

"that investigating a potential president — even from the opposition — was an urgent matter of national security if there were reason to believe that candidate were working for, or beholden to, a foreign country."

 

Trump has been bailed out of bankruptcy by the Russian Mafia which should have prevented Trump from running for office. 

 

Joe Biden does have a personal investment portfolio which does include the Ukraine fossil fuel industry that which has Hunter Biden as a board member.

Joe Biden probably should not be running for president. 

 

Why is the USA government financing military assistance to the Ukraine? Fossil fuels of course. War for Fossil Fuels!!!

^^^^Trying to justify illegal spying on a political opponent. 

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12 hours ago, merrill said:

The second Financial Times article puts Trump at the middle of a money laundering scheme, in which his real estate deals were used to hide not just an infusion of capital from Russia and former Soviet states, but to launder hundreds of millions looted by oligarchs. All Trump had to do was close his eyes to the source of the money, and suddenly empty apartments were going for top dollar.

Yeah kind weird. 

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the Bidens seem reluctant to address the Burisma situation: both men told the Times Hunter’s involvement with Burisma wasn’t an issue because they don’t discuss personal business dealings.  (If this sounds familiar, it’s because the Trump family claims the same thing about their business interactions.)

 

Unfortunately, that’s not how conflicts of interest work. 

 

The vice-president’s son landed a questionable – and lucrative – sinecure in an economically unstable nation that played a key role in US foreign policy and was heavily-dependent on Western aid.  This created a conflict of interest ipso facto, regardless of intentions.

 

The fact Joe Biden doesn’t see a problem with it is a concern, especially considering Hunter – who was just reported to be a major investor in Chinese surveillance technology – continues engaging in murky overseas ventures. 

 

In reporting on the Times’ story, some analysts dismissed the conflict of interest inherent in Hunter Biden’s Burisma position, devoting a sentence or two to acknowledge it wasn’t a good idea, before moving on to criticize the Times for running the piece in the first place.  That’s wrong. 

 

If coverage of the Trump clan’s numerous imbroglios is beneficial to the public, a story about the man who may well become the next president, falls in the same category. 

 

Biden, whose appeal stems from standing up for the common man, should address the issue, including pledging his son will disentangle himself from questionable investments that may impact foreign policy. 

 

https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/joe-biden-ukraine-burisma-holdings/

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