Trump News TV from Michael_Novakhov (9 sites): CNN’s YouTube Videos: Cuomo criticizes House Democrats over anti-hate resolution

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CNN’s Chris Cuomo discusses the House of Representatives passing a resolution broadly condemning hate and intolerance, including anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim discrimination, in the wake of controversy over Democratic freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar. #CNN #News

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“crime and terror” – Google News: Young: No change in US travel advisory – Trinidad News

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Young: No change in US travel advisory  Trinidad News

NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young says there has been no change to the US travel advisory on TT when compared to the previous advisory. The latest …

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Putin’s Spokesman Calls Mueller Investigation Results ‘Laughable’

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On Tuesday, March 5, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov attacked what he described as an “overabundance” of investigations regarding Russia’s attempts to interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential elections and alleged attempts to influence President Donald Trump.

“There are so many of these investigations their importance has certainly been devalued,” Peskov said.

He said investigative efforts have become increasingly less serious, adding that not one of the probes has resulted in anything but “laughable results.”

“We have neither the opportunity nor the desire to comment on every new investigation initiated by one or another group of U.S. lawmakers,” he said, adding that it is “probably not our business; it’s the business of the U.S.”



On May 17, 2017, U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the appointment of former Department of Justice official and FBI Director Robert Mueller to “serve as Special Counsel to oversee the previously-confirmed FBI investigation of Russian government efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election and related matters.”

Mueller was tasked, among other things, with investigating “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump.”

Since then, the Mueller investigation has resulted in more than three dozen criminal indictments, as well as guilty pleas and four prison sentences.

Among those indicted were 12 Russian military intelligence officers charged with hacking the Democratic Party’s computers, stealing their data and publishing that information to impact the 2016 election.

In addition, three entities and 13 Russian individuals, including “Putin’s Chef,” Yevgeny Prigozhin, and his Internet Research Agency, a so-called “troll factory,” were indicted for interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign in order to “sow discord in the U.S. political system,” support the presidential campaign of then-candidate Donald Trump and disparage then-candidate Hillary Clinton.



The indictment also stated that some of the defendants “posing as U.S. persons and without revealing their Russian association, communicated with unwitting individuals associated with the Trump campaign and with other political activists to seek to coordinate political activities.”

Former Trump campaign head Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy against the United States and conspiracy to obstruct justice. Prior to his guilty pleas, Manafort was found guilty on eight counts of financial crimes in a trial in federal court in Virginia.

On March 7, Manafort was sentenced to 47 months in prison — just short of four years — for the Virginia convictions. The former campaign chief will face sentencing later in other guilty pleas.

Long-time Manafort associate and Trump campaign official Rick Gates pleaded guilty to lying to investigators.

Another Manafort associate, alleged former GRU operative Konstantin Kilimnik was charged with witness tampering, conspiracy and obstruction of justice. In an improperly redacted court filing, defense lawyers for Manafort accidentally revealed that Mueller had accused Manafort of discussing a “Ukraine peace plan” with Kilimnik “on more than one occasion.”

None of the criminal charges against Manafort, Gates or Kilimnik directly involve Donald Trump or his 2016 presidential campaign.

Former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with former Russian ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak.

Former Trump foreign policy aide George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to making materially false statements to the FBI regarding conversations with an allegedly Kremlin-linked Maltese professor who claimed to have “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.

Amid reports that Mueller’s investigation might be coming to an end, various scenarios are still possible, including the possibility that his final report will not be made public.



Whatever the outcome, the Mueller investigation’s efforts to determine the nature of the Kremlin’s influence campaign, as demonstrated by the number of Mueller indictments, suggests the probe has been efficacious.

Polygraph.info therefore finds Peskov’s comment to be false.


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Palmer Report: Paul Manafort’s judge T.S. Ellis is a blatant racist, and we can prove it

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Federal Judge T.S. Ellis handed Donald Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort a four year prison sentence tonight, on charges that came with a nineteen to twenty-four year sentencing guideline. Manafort will die in prison anyway, thanks to the other trial he’s been convicted in, but this is nonetheless a travesty of justice. Has this guy Ellis been bought off? Is he mentally incompetent? Is he a racist? As it turns out, there’s proof of the latter.




It’s not that Judge T.S. Ellis has a soft spot for white collar criminals. It’s that he has a soft spot for white people. We can prove it. Back when Congressman William Jefferson was convicted on white collar corruption charges that were not as severe as Manafort’s crimes, this same judge T.S. Ellis sent Jefferson to prison for thirteen years. The only difference? Jefferson is black.




This is not to say that William Jefferson didn’t deserve the thirteen years he got; he was clearly guilty. But if Jefferson deserved thirteen years, then by that same logic, Paul Manafort deserved twice as much prison time, for committing crimes that were twice as severe. That’s not just our opinion; there’s a reason why the sentencing guidelines for Manafort’s crimes stretch as high as 24 years. Yet Ellis gave Manafort less than one-third as much time as he gave to Jefferson.



So yeah, Judge T.S. Ellis likes to put black white-collar criminals in prison for a lot longer than he likes to put white white-collar criminals in prison. That’s before getting to the extraordinarily harsh sentences Ellis has handed black criminals on drug convictions. This judge is a racist, and he needs to be impeached before he can do any more damage to the justice system.



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Palmer Report: Paul Manafort is still going to spend the rest of his life in prison – and so is Donald Trump

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Paul Manafort has just been sentenced to four years in prison, which is ridiculous, but still devastating for him. Manafort still has yet to be sentenced in his other federal trial next week, where another decade or more will be tacked on. New York State will tack on even more years. That’s before getting to whether Mueller re-files the ten deadlocked federal charges. Manafort is 69 years old. He’s almost certainly going to die in prison. That makes Manafort the first criminal co-conspirator in the Trump-Russia election rigging scandal to be handed this particularly dark fate. But he won’t be the only one.

Michael Cohen is only going to prison for three years. He got lucky. He’s led a life of crime, but he managed to steer clear of the election rigging plot that’s going to effectively end a number of lives. Michael Flynn got lucky as well. He committed treason or its statutory equivalent, yet because he happened to have evidence to take everyone else down, and he was the very first to flip, he’s getting off with a slap on the wrist. But that’s where the leniency ends.


Donald Trump Jr, who committed espionage, and who appears to have his hand in an endless number of money laundering, insurance fraud, and bank fraud schemes, could easily end up with an even longer prison sentence than Paul Manafort. Junior is 41 years old. Maybe he’ll get out someday. Jared Kushner’s entire real estate empire is one alleged criminal scheme, and he stands accused of selling U.S. classified secrets to foreign governments. If he’s convicted on all of it, he could conceivably go to prison for the rest of his life. But these aren’t the people who have to worry the most.




Roger Stone is 66 years old. He’s been hit with seven felony charges thus far, with seemingly dozens more coming. The evidence against him is overwhelming. If he doesn’t cut a plea deal, he’ll likely die in prison. Jeff Sessions is 72 years old. If he sees any prison time at all for his perjury and his conspiracy with the Russians, he’ll probably never get out. The same goes for 74 year old Rudy Giuliani. This is all rather morbid, but the reality is that these people participated in a treason plot, stole the election, and hijacked the United States government. They’re no different than any other terrorists who have attacked the United States.




By the way, if you haven’t figured it out by now, there are no magic pardons. There’s a reason Donald Trump has disingenuously dangled pardons at his underlings, but never intended to go through with it. State level charges alone ensure that federal pardons won’t get anyone off the hook. And that’s before getting to questions of whether an attempted federal pardon of an alleged co-conspirator would be struck down by the courts.



Really, there’s one person who has to worry the most: Donald Trump himself. He’s committed roughly all the same crimes that Paul Manafort has committed, along with all the crimes that Donald Trump Jr and Jared Kushner stand accused of committing, and then some. The minute Trump is no longer in office, he’ll be arrested and charged with dozens if not hundreds of felonies. The evidence is beyond overwhelming. Unless he cuts a resignation deal soon in exchange for reduced criminal charges, Donald Trump will die in prison.



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“trump as danger to National Security” – Google News: Border agency watchdog looking into caravan database – WLOS

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Border agency watchdog looking into caravan database  WLOS

The U. S. government kept a database on journalists, activists, organizers and “instigators” during an investigation into last year’s migrant caravan, infuriating …

“trump as danger to National Security” – Google News


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“trump investigated by the fbi” – Google News: Border agency watchdog looking into caravan database – WLOS

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Border agency watchdog looking into caravan database  WLOS

The U. S. government kept a database on journalists, activists, organizers and “instigators” during an investigation into last year’s migrant caravan, infuriating …

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Politics: Czech leader is the latest to bask in Tump’s preference for Eastern- and Central European politicians

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Trump has hosted several right-leaning populist or nationalist Eastern- and Central European leaders in recent months as he seeks to boost leaders who share his worldview at a time when more traditional U.S. allies have grown wary of their dealings with the U.S. president.

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“Trump Investigations” – Google News: Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison – CNN

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Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison  CNN

Alexandria, Virginia (CNN) Paul Manafort was sentenced to 47 months in prison Thursday for convictions stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller’s …

“Trump Investigations” – Google News


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“2016 Presidential Election Investigation” – Google News: House Trump investigation – Washington Times

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House Trump investigation  Washington Times

The Democratic-controlled House Judiciary Committee launched a sweeping investigation this week to determine if there are grounds for President Trump’s …

“2016 Presidential Election Investigation” – Google News


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“trump under federal investigation” – Google News: Ex-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison – GoErie.com

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Ex-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison  GoErie.com

Under federal sentencing guidelines, Manafort could receive a 20-year sentence Thursday, though most observers expect he will receive less than that.

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“Trump Investigations” – Google News: Paul Manafort sentencing: ex-Trump campaign chief faces prison term – live – The Guardian

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Paul Manafort sentencing: ex-Trump campaign chief faces prison term – live  The Guardian

Paul Manafort is expected to address the judge before his sentencing, his attorneys have said. Prosecutors have argued that Manafort is still a wealthy man and …

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“Russian Intelligence services and organized crime” – Google News: Relatives of Americans held in Iran testify before House subcommittee – Fox News

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Relatives of Americans held in Iran testify before House subcommittee  Fox News

The family members of three Americans held captive in Iran testified before a congressional subcommittee on Thursday, asking President Trump and U.S. …

“Russian Intelligence services and organized crime” – Google News


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