Trump Tower Moscow shows Trump was chasing a lucrative business deal in Russia at the same time that President Vladimir Putin's government, according to U.S. intelligence agencies, was conducting a hacking and propaganda campaign to boost his candidacy
"Why does this keep happening? Why do we consistently have to get news about the behavior and the meetings and the conversations of the American president from the Russian government?"
In an interview on MSNBC, Franken was asked if he took Kushner at his word. His simple response: "No."
"He may not even know that he is an asset under your control until you pull that string, and then suddenly you need him to do things for you – and they do."
The idea that Trump's own lawyers would know about the explosive emails and the president himself would be left out of the loop is almost impossible to believe.
"Do I think it's appropriate? I think I probably would've done the same thing. I mean, it's opposition research."
"I just don’t think it’s useful to be doing investigation after investigation, particularly of your own party."
"I'd put them all alive in the oven," Okhlobystin told his fans. "It's a living danger to my children."
For those who shocked by Edward Snowden's flight to Russia, he's following a path set by William Martin and Bernon Mitchell ... once upon today.