There are new reports that prominent Russians who are friends of Russian President Vladimir Putin had numerous contacts with officials from the National Rifle Association (NRA) during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.
One of the deepest fears of many Americans is that our government has been taken over, or at least unduly influenced, by Russia and its President Vladimir Putin. And this week’s revelations about Michael Cohen from Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti have done nothing to calm those fears. In fact, it is possible to interpret Avenatti’s disclosures of Cohen’s financial transactions as evidence that Russian influence over the Trump administration does in fact exist, and has existed for years.
Fedor Emelianenko is one of the greatest heavyweight fighters in the history of mixed martial arts (MMA), which is an extremely brutal and violent sport. Fedor Emelianenko also happens to be a Russian who has been seen extensively through the years with one of his biggest supporters: Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Europeans are now doing what Donald Trump is afraid to do: Accusing Russia directly for spreading fake news and interfering in the governments of western democracies. They also are taking concrete steps to combat what they say is a rising threat from Putin’s government. Hopefully Trump and Congress will follow their lead and actually do something to fight back against Russian interference in U.S. elections.
Alec Baldwin reprised his classic role as an unhinged Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live (SNL) last night and it was one of his finest performances.
Whenever scandals in the White House and global events get too stressful our president finds an outlet by going on rants that make him feel better. This happened last week at a retreat in West Virginia that was supposed to be about tax reform, and happened again during a White House meeting with the Baltic States.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Mitt Romney would be Secretary of State if it were not for Russian influence.
In an article published Thursday morning the Journal reported:
“Weeks after Donald Trump was elected president, Russia-backed online “trolls” flooded social media to try to block Mitt Romney from securing a top job in the incoming administration, a Wall Street Journal analysis shows.”
Collusion comes so easily and naturally to Trump and Putin that it is almost like they have done this before.
A top secret NSA document obtained by The Intercept reveals that days before the 2016 election, Russian military intelligence launched a cyberattack on the U.S. that "raises the possibility that Russian hacking may have breached at least some elements of the voting system, with disconcertingly uncertain results."
At the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Vladimir Putin tried to bail Trump out but made the president look guilty of colluding with the Russians.
Putin is standing by Assad after Assad attacked his own people in a horrific gas attack, yet Trump still would not respond to question about whether his view has changed about Putin, according a White House pool report sent to PoliticusUSA.
"The U.S. has no proof of Russian involvement in the actual chemical attack, but Russia's surveillance drone over the hospital means Russia must have known the chemical weapons attack was coming. "
A Russian oligarch's company actively lobbied against provisions which mandated that Keystone XL’s steel be made in the U.S. so Trump elimination the provisions.
Dems ought to be focused on saving healthcare, Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. Instead, they’re chasing down scandals or they’re making them up.
Converting Russian mobsters’ stolen cash from overseas into Trump’s properties in the U.S. was a dirty win for both the criminal Russians and the criminal Trump.
A foreign policy expert is accusing the White House of turning off the recording equipment so that the public couldn't get details of a call between Trump and Putin.
If testimony by some of his nominees this week is an indicator, Trump’s pledge to torture people may, thankfully, be in trouble.
As more information comes out, Trump is becoming increasingly alone in his politically suicidal mission to defend Russia instead of the U.S.
In the continuing saga surrounding the overarching question of whether or not Donald J. Trump is really an American, or a Russian operative, it is getting a little clearer that defector Donald is intricately aligned with Russia and its interests; he has shown absolutely no allegiance to America, its people, or its security interests.
"What’s closer to treason? Political opposition to a candidate, or siding with a hostile foreign power in the Intel war?”
Putin sent Trump a gushing Christmas love note, and the president-elect responded by proclaiming that the thoughts of a murderous dictator are "so correct."