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Name: Miles Archer
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Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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Ted Lieu on McGahn: "Federal employees take an oath to the Constitution, not to any person or party"

Ted Lieu

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Ted Lieu Retweeted Kyle Griffin

This belief of Don McGahn is absolutely correct. "As White House counsel, not a personal lawyer, he viewed his role as protector of the presidency, not of Mr. Trump."

Federal employees take an oath to the Constitution, not to any person or party.


Kyle Griffin

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Wild. NYT reports Don McGahn and his lawyer grew suspicious of Trump, thinking Trump wanted him to be the fall guy in the Russia probe. McGahn didn't want to be the next John Dean. So he fully cooperated, thinking it was the only way to protect himself.


Trump bends the truth a tad on "fully cooperating with the Special Counsel"

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I allowed White House Counsel Don McGahn, and all other requested members of the White House Staff, to fully cooperate with the Special Counsel. In addition we readily gave over one million pages of documents. Most transparent in history. No Collusion, No Obstruction. Witch Hunt!

3:12 PM - 18 Aug 2018


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Maggie Haberman Retweeted Donald J. Trump
This was true under Cobb. Emmet Flood is taking a very different tack, preventing additional witnesses, including John Kelly, from being interviewed.


John Dean on McGahn

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John Dean Retweeted Taegan Goddard
McGahn is doing right!


"We had a tremendous meeting with President Putin. A lot of things were accomplished."


Maria Butina was moved to the same jail in Alexandria, VA where Paul Manafort is currently housed.

Maria Butina, the Russian national accused of acting as a Kremlin agent in the United States, was abruptly moved from a jail in Washington to a lockup in Alexandria, Virginia, according to her lawyer.

“I got a collect call from Maria from Alexandria Detention at midnight last night, but was disconnected before we could speak,” Robert Driscoll told The Daily Beast. “I couldn’t get in to the facility last night, but visited her this morning. She was not informed of the reason for the move. I was not notified of the move, and still am unaware of the reason.”

Amy Bertsch, a spokeswoman for the Alexandria Sheriff’s Office, confirmed Butina arrived around 7 p.m. Friday at William G. Truesdale Adult Detention Center, which also houses federal inmates. Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chief, is also currently being held at the same jail, awaiting the verdict in his trial for a host of alleged financial crimes.

The Justice Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment on why Butina had been moved. Butina has pleaded not guilty to charges she acted as an covert Russian agent.


Yes, the story's been posted, but let the beauty and simplicity of Kyle Griffin's 6 words sink in.

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The White House counsel is a witness.

12:10 PM - 18 Aug 2018


One eats bananas, the other Big Macs. One flings his poo in fits of rage, the other...oh, wait.

Now it makes sense.

Sad, fake, unfair t-shirt.

White House Counsel Don McGahn Has Cooperated Extensively With Mueller's Obstruction Inquiry

WASHINGTON — The White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn II, has cooperated extensively in the special counsel investigation, sharing detailed accounts about the episodes at the heart of the inquiry into whether President Trump obstructed justice, including some that investigators would not have learned of otherwise, according to a dozen current and former White House officials and others briefed on the matter.

In at least three voluntary interviews with investigators that totaled 30 hours over the past nine months, Mr. McGahn described the president’s furor toward the Russia investigation and the ways in which he urged Mr. McGahn to respond to it. He provided the investigators examining whether Mr. Trump obstructed justice a clear view of the president’s most intimate moments with his lawyer.

Among them were Mr. Trump’s comments and actions during the firing of the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, and Mr. Trump’s obsession with putting a loyalist in charge of the inquiry, including his repeated urging of Attorney General Jeff Sessions to claim oversight of it. Mr. McGahn was also centrally involved in Mr. Trump’s attempts to fire the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, which investigators might not have discovered without him.

For a lawyer to share so much with investigators scrutinizing his client is unusual. Lawyers are rarely so open with investigators, not only because they are advocating on behalf of their clients but also because their conversations with clients are potentially shielded by attorney-client privilege, and in the case of presidents, executive privilege.


Alabama Supreme Court won't move lawsuit against Roy Moore. Womp womp.

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Alabama Supreme Court denies former Senate candidate Roy Moore's request to transfer a defamation lawsuit against him by a woman who claims Moore molested her decades ago. https://abcn.ws/2BySDvJ


Alabama Supreme Court won't move lawsuit against Roy Moore


The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday refused to transfer a defamation lawsuit against former U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore by a woman who says Moore molested her decades ago.

The court denied Moore's request to have the case heard in Etowah County instead of Montgomery. Moore issued a statement calling the decision "ridiculous."

Leigh Corfman accused Moore of sexually molesting her decades ago when she was 14 and he was a prosecutor in his 30s. Moore has denied the allegations, but they became an issue in the 2017 race in Alabama to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the U.S. Senate. Moore lost to Democrat Doug Jones.

Corfman in January filed a lawsuit against Moore and his campaign, saying they defamed her and made false statements, calling her a liar and immoral as they denied the claims in the midst of the election.

Moore sought to have the case heard in Etowah County where he and Corfman both live.
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