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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-11-2017

Dead Birds
don't poop .

El Supremo & Press
are trying to sink Trump's Ship
before it gets out of the Harbor
Not realizing like Yamamoto
that they have just Fucked Themselves ! 

“Some people, especially in the media and the Democratic Party, are astonished that we’re 18 days into the Trump administration, yet the federal government is still functioning.”
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Tom Cotton: Media, Democrats ‘Astonished’ Federal Government Still Working

Deborah Bennett
And what? They were hoping to shut it down? Typical obstructionists. Jokes on you, baby! #MAGA

Jason Giles
I don't get the whole "Trump is a moron" narrative. He ran a business that had 515 smaller companies in it. Manages one of the biggest brands in the world for several decades. It's only until he started running against the Democrats that anyone question his competency or character.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 02-12-2017


  1. 1.
    assent or agree to a demand, request, or treaty.
    "the authorities did not accede to the strikers' demands"
    agree to, consent to, accept, assent to, acquiesce in, comply with, go along with,concur with, surrender to, yield to, give in to, give way to, defer to
    "he acceded to the government's demands"



  1. accept something reluctantly but without protest.
    "gringo acquiesced in his decision"

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Mexico’s Foreign Minister Has Come To Accept That A Border Wall Is Coming
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Mexico's Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray takes part during the delivery of a message about foreign affairs by Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto at Los Pinos presidential residence in Mexico City, Mexico, January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

Mexico Accedes Gringo Acquiesces 

When then-candidate Donald Trump was proposing a border wall, then-Mexican Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu called it “impractical” and “wrong.” Ruiz Massieu is no longer Mexico’s foreign minister, and the new man in the role, Luis Videgaray, has come to accept Trump’s border wall.
“It is impossible to think of a 2,000-mile border being walled off and trade between our two countries stopped,” Ruiz Massieu said last February. “It is impractical, inefficient, wrong and, frankly, it is not an intelligent thing to do.”
Foreign Minister Videgaray said in an appearance on MSNBC Thursday that it’s “very clear from the president himself” that the wall is going to be built. The Mexican foreign minister added that he acknowledges “that the US as a sovereign nation like any other sovereign nation has a right to protect its borders the way the country best thinks it.”
Videgaray said that Mexico doesn’t “like the idea of a border wall,” “but it’s not for us to decide.”

Less than a week after taking office, President Trump signed an executive order calling for the construction of a southern border wall. “A nation without borders is not a nation. Beginning today, the U.S. gets back control of its borders,” Trump said in a speech at the Department of Homeland Security.

He added that the wall will benefit both the U.S. and Mexico, and that he “truly” believes that “we can enhance the relation between our two nations to a degree not seen before, certainly in a very, very long time.” The Washington Post reported Friday that Videgaray had a role in writing this speech.

The Post story details that the same day Trump would deliver the speech, Videgaray met with Trump in an unscheduled meeting arranged by Trump’s son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner. At that meeting the two men reportedly made their case for Trump to soften his language on Mexico, and the president agreed.

While Videgaray has come to accept the wall’s construction, him and the rest of Mexico’s leaders continue to say that their nation will not pay for the border wall. On the other hand,  President Trump maintains that Mexico will indeed pay.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-12-2017

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Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Trump senior advisor Stephen Miller said the White House had provided “enormous evidence” to make a case there was a “serious problem” of voter fraud in American elections.

Miller said, “I actually, having worked on a campaign before in New Hampshire, I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone working in New Hampshire politics. It’s very real, very serious. This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence. I can tell you this — voter fraud is a serious problem in the country. You have millions of people who are registered in two states, who are dead who are registered to vote. You have 14 percent of noncitizens, according to academic research, at a minimum, are registered to vote, an astonishing statistic.”

He added, “The White House has provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud, with respect to people being registered in more than one state. Dead people voting, non-citizens being registered to vote.  George, it is a fact and you will not deny it that are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote.”

(h/t The Hill)

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-13-2017

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 02-13-2017

I haven't watched this yet so After I watch it I'll comment.

I hope this is a constructive half hour I will be reviewing...

Back in ~half an hour. Ninja

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 02-13-2017


excusez-moi, s'il vous plaît.

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The Prez sez: "Melania Getz It."

Melania Trump – Donald Trump's Third Wife and the Current First Lady. PresidentTrump's current wife, Melania Trump, is originally from Slovenia She speaks and impressive five languages. In addition to her native language, Slovenian, Trump speaks English, French, German, and Serbian.

This caught my AYE! Par-ty

Quote:Video Timeline of Joint Press Conference USA / Canada

"...and Itza stance of common sense.
Maybe a certain 'toughness' but itz really more than toughness itza stance of common sense and we are going to pursue it vigorously 
and we don't want to have our country have the kinds of problems that you're witnessing taking place, not only HERE but all over the world.
We won't stand for it.
We won't put up with it.
We're just not going to let it happen.
We are going to give ourselves every bit of chance..."  -D.J.Trump

Improved relations between nations.

D.J. Trump!
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Scratchin' Records @~33.3  R.P.M.

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Published on    Bd1 May 22 Happybday2 , LilD 2016

With the lack of votes, Donald Trump decides to grab the attention of the young generation with a very lit rap.

Seeing a vibrant Trump and a Trudeau in his prime reminds me.

Canada is USA's much younger Kid Bro.

As you Age we learn from our New World Elders.

On the Historic World Stage we are upstarts not stalwarts.

ANU World Order.

You still can't send Jim Carrey back... Naughty 

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If you attempt this... We will build a wall  LilD

Video Timeline of Joint Press Conference USA / Canada
Itza Stance / Chance.

"Don't Gamble with House Rules" -Casino Proprietory Presidents Precedence D.J. Trump

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-13-2017

The Muslim Olympian who was supposedly detained under Trump's travel ban was actually detained by...Obama.
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Washington Examiner: The Muslim Olympian 'Detained Because of President Trump's Travel Ban' was Detained Under Obama
Ibtihaj Muhammad claimed in an interview Tuesday that she was detained "just a few weeks ago" by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents. She said she was held for a few hours without explanation.

After a year of record sales losses, the brilliant minds at Playboy discover that men actually DO like to look at beautiful, nude women. Who knew?!!
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It was 'a mistake' to remove it entirely, says Cooper Hefner|By Evann Gastaldo

Go figure
lmao !

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-13-2017

The Manufacturing of Controversy – General Michael Flynn Edition….

Posted on February 13, 2017 by sundance

Anyone who has followed the deep weed construct of current U.S. politics against the backdrop of DC’s UniParty fear of President Trump can fully grasp the desperation of the professional political class to undermine the expressed purposes and intents of Trump to drain the proverbial swamp in Washington DC.
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Toward that end – the myriad of vested financial and political interests, including those interests amid the corporate Mostly Swamp Media, are frantically lashing out -and latching on- to any issue that might aid the undermining objective.

“It must be remembered that there is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage than a new system. For the initiator has the enmity of all who would profit by the preservation of the old institution and merely lukewarm defenders in those who gain by the new ones”.

This is a famous quote from Niccolo Machiavelli which acutely describes the current confluence of events.   Draining the proverbial swamp of the inherent corruption, and subsidiary corruptible influences from the entrenched benefactors, is the overriding source of the angst against the new administration.

For the media who depend on the bile in the swamp’s retention pond – to manipulate public opinion – no falsehood is out-of-bounds; no attack too severe; no rules of decency or diplomacy are considered; the ends justify all means as the war of attrition begins.

The approach from those who benefit from life amid the swamp is essentially a zero-sum outlook.  Either the parasites win, or they will have forever lost their indulgences.

Combined with the media, the aggregate interests form like swarms of frenzied piranha.  At the apex of the boil anything thrown into the mix will be devoured regardless of its political alignment.  The rabid nature of the swarm precludes the injection of logic, reason or merit; all common sense is necessarily dispatched.
The media created controversy of General Michael Flynn is a nothing-burger.

The piranha’s are biting a fake news rubber tire that has been dipped into the boil; and the swamp defenders who are holding the rope are desperate to convince the viewing audience it’s really a side of beef.

Wait for the boil to subside, and if you stick around long after the audience moves on, you’ll see a rubber tire removed.
TSA employees arrested for cocaine smuggling operation in Puerto Rico


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 02-14-2017

Quote:The media created controversy of General Michael Flynn is a nothing-burger.

The piranha’s are biting a fake news rubber tire that has been dipped into the boil; and the swamp defenders who are holding the rope are desperate to convince the viewing audience it’s really a side of beef.

Wait for the boil to subside, and if you stick around long after the audience moves on, you’ll see a rubber tire removed.

Trump won't even let his Make All Government Appointees et all... even begin to make a bloody mess until 5 years later. Naughty

you’ll never see a thubber tire removed... unless Trump getz tired of an old retread and rotates his spinnin' wheels.
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Thubber is like minced whale blubber and metallic bitz like prison stamped Licence Plates that Hillary made on orange is the new...

Trump is proactive like M.A.G.A. is  Fishing   C.H.U.M. wuz

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Yer gonna need a Yuuuger boat!!!

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 02-14-2017

Trump is creating a new 'clique'.

Youz in or ya ain't.
   Holycowsmile  Holey Marla Maple Leaf  bikinis!!!
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Makin' Maple Back Bacon Syrup! Trump you honey-drippin' Dawg!

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Marla Maple Leap Bikini !!!

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Trump's second wife Marla Maples 'is hoping to become a UN ambassador in Africa' after her ex-husband's election

Media Lose Minds Over Real News Questions at Trump-Trudeau Press Conference
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They even discussed women...  LilD
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The media luminaries have gone crazy after four journalists asked a series of legitimate questions about major international issues like immigration, national security, and trade policy of President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a joint press conference on Monday.

Media figures are furious that the journalists asked about real issues affecting people in both countries—the United States and Canada—rather than parroting the same anti-Trump narrative about National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn that the media have been pushing all weekend.

Both leaders, Trump and Trudeau, called on two different journalists from their countries in the press conference. Trump called on Scott Thuman of ABC 7 in Washington—a Sinclair broadcasting affiliate—and Kaitlan Collins, The Daily Caller’s White House reporter. Thuman went first:

Quote:You just spoke about the desire to build bridges, although there are some notable and philosophical differences between yourself and Prime Minister Trudeau. I’m curious, as you move forward on issues from trade to terrorism, how do you see this relationship playing out? And are there any specific areas with which during your conversations today you each decided to perhaps alter or amend your stances already on those sensitive issues like terrorism and immigration?

Thuman threw in an extra question directed to Trudeau: “And, Prime Minister Trudeau, while only in its infancy so far, how do you see this relationship compared to that under the Obama administration?”

Trump and Trudeau both answered the completely legitimate questions clearly. Trump answered:

Quote:Well, we just began discussions. We are going to have a great relationship with Canada, maybe as good or better, hopefully, than ever before. We have some wonderful ideas on immigration. We have some, I think, very strong, very tough ideas on the tremendous problem that we have with terrorism. And I think when we put them all together, which will be very, very quickly — we have a group of very talented people — we will see some very, very obvious results. We’re also doing some cross-border things that will make it a lot easier for trade and a lot better and a lot faster for trade. We have — through technology, we have some really great ideas, and they’ll be implemented fairly quickly.

Trudeau offered the following answer:

Quote:One of the things we spoke about was the fact that security and immigration need to work very well together. And certainly Canada has emphasized security as we look towards improving our immigration system and remaining true to the values that we have. And we had a very strong and fruitful discussion on exactly that. There’s plenty that we can draw on each other from in terms of how we move forward with a very similar goal, which is to create free, open societies that keep our citizens safe. And that’s certainly something that we’re very much in agreement on.

Trudeau called on Tonda MacCharles of the Toronto Star’s Ottawa bureau.

“A little bit of a follow-on on my American colleague’s question,” MacCharles asked of President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau. “President Trump, you seem to suggest that Syrian refugees are a Trojan horse for potential terrorism, while the Prime Minister hugs refugees and welcomes them with open arms. So I’d like to know, are you confident the northern border is secure?”

Trump replied to the also completely legitimate question that America is worried about the northern border with Canada:

Quote:You can never be totally confident. But through the incredible efforts — already I see it happening — of formerly General Kelly, now Secretary Kelly, we have really done a great job. We’re actually taking people that are criminals — very, very hardened criminals in some cases, with a tremendous track record of abuse and problems — and we’re getting them out. And that’s what I said I would do. I’m just doing what I said I would do when we won by a very, very large Electoral College vote. And I knew that was going to happen. I knew this is what people were wanting. And that wasn’t the only reason, that wasn’t my only thing that we did so well on. But that was something was very important. And I said we will get the criminals out, the drug lords, the gang members. We’re getting them out. General Kelly, who is sitting right here, is doing a fantastic job. And I said at the beginning we are going to get the bad ones — the really bad ones, we’re getting them out. And that’s exactly what we’re doing. I think that in the end everyone is going to be extremely happy. And I will tell you right now, a lot of people are very, very happy right now.

Trudeau answered the question in English thus:

Quote:Canada has always understood that keeping Canadians safe is one of the fundamental responsibilities of any government. And that’s certainly something that we’re very much focused on. At the same time, we continue to pursue our policies of openness towards immigration, refugees, without compromising security. And part of the reason we have been successful in doing that over the past year — welcoming close to 40,000 Syrian refugees — is because we have been coordinating with our allies, the United States and around the world, to demonstrate that security comes very seriously to us. And that’s something that we continue to deal with.

In French, Trudeau added—according to a translation provided by the White House— there needs to be a focus on security.

“It is clear that if you want to have a healthy and secure society or safe society, you have to make sure that you maintain — that you focus on security,” Trudeau said. “And we have welcomed refugees from Syria. We have been very successful, but we have always taken our responsibility toward security very seriously. And our allies, including the United States, understand this focus very well. And they have done so since the very beginning.”

Kaitlan Collins of The Daily Caller was next. After President Trump called on her, she asked completely legitimate questions of both Trump and Trudeau.

“President Trump, now that you’ve been in office and received intelligence briefings for nearly one month, what do you see as the most important national security matters facing us?” Collins asked. “And, Prime Minister Trudeau, you’ve made very clear that Canada has an open-door policy for Syrian refugees. Do you believe that President Trump’s moratorium on immigration has merit on national security grounds?”

“Many, many problems,” Trump replied. He went on to say:

Quote:When I was campaigning, I said it’s not a good situation. Now that I see it — including with our intelligence briefings — we have problems that a lot of people have no idea how bad they are, how serious they are, not only internationally, but when you come right here. Obviously, North Korea is a big, big problem, and we will deal with that very strongly. We have problems all over the Middle East. We have problems just about every corner of the globe, no matter where you look. I had a great meeting this weekend with Prime Minister Abe of Japan and got to know each other very, very well — extended weekend, really. We were with each other for long periods of time, and our staffs and representatives. But on the home front, we have to create borders. We have to let people that can love our country in, and I want to do that. We want to have a big, beautiful, open door, and we want people to come in and come in our country. But we cannot let the wrong people in, and I will not allow that to happen during this administration. And people — citizens of our country want that, and that’s their attitude, too. I will tell you, we are getting such praise for our stance, and it’s a stance of common sense — maybe a certain toughness, but it’s really more than toughness, it’s a stance of common sense — and we are going to pursue it vigorously. And we don’t want to have our country have the kinds of problems that you’re witnessing taking place not only here but all over the world. We won’t stand for it. We won’t put up with it. We’re just not going to let it happen. We’re going to give ourselves every bit of chance so that things go well for the United States. And they will go well.

“Canada and the United States have been neighbors a long time, and Canadians and Americans have stood together, worked together at home and around the world,” Trudeau said in response to his question, continuing:

Quote:We’ve fought and died together in battlefields in World War I and World War II, in Korea, in Afghanistan. But there have been times where we have differed in our approaches, and that’s always been done firmly and respectfully. The last thing Canadians expect is for me to come down and lecture another country on how they choose to govern themselves. My role and our responsibility is to continue to govern in such a way that reflects Canadians’ approach and be a positive example in the world.

The last question went to Richard Latendresse of Groupe TVA, a Canadian television broadcaster picked out to be called on by Trudeau—who asked yet another completely legitimate question about trade policy between the United States and Canada. He asked about the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) of both Trump and Trudeau.

“Mr. Prime Minister, if I heard you correctly, you said that Canadian businesses, Canadian workers are concerned for their businesses and for their work and jobs concerning the renegotiation of NAFTA,” he asked of Trudeau in French as translated by the White House. “So what guarantees did you get from this government that we will keep our jobs and our businesses in the renegotiation of NAFTA?”

“Mr. President, again, during the last three months, you have denounced NAFTA,” he asked of Trump. “You have talked over and over about the Mexican portion of the agreement, very little about the Canadian one. My question is in two short part is, is Canada a fair trader? And when you talk about changes to NAFTA concerning Canada, are you talking about big changes or small changes?”

In reply, in French first as translated by the White House, Trudeau said he looks forward to working on trade policy with the United States:

Quote:It is a real concern for many Canadians because we know that our economy is very dependent on our bonds, our relationship with the United States. Goods and services do cross the border each way every single day, and this means a lot of millions of jobs for Canadians, and good jobs for Canadians. So we are always focusing on these jobs, but there are also good jobs, millions of jobs, in the United States that depend on those relationships between our two countries. So when we sit down as we did today, and as our teams will be doing in the weeks and months to come, we will be talking about how we can continue to create good jobs for our citizens on both sides of the border. And during this exercise, we continue to understand that we have to allow this free flow of goods and services, and we have to be aware of the integration of our economies, which is extremely positive for both our countries. And this is the focus that we will have in the coming weeks and months to come.

Trudeau added more in English:

Quote:Canadians are rightly aware of the fact that much of our economy depends on good working relationships with the United States, a good integration with the American economy. And the fact is, millions of good jobs on both sides of the border depend on the smooth and easy flow of goods and services and people back and forth across our border. And both President Trump and I got elected on commitments to support the middle class, to work hard for people who need a real shot at success. And we know that by working together, by ensuring the continued effective integration of our two economies, we are going to be creating greater opportunities for middle-class Canadians and Americans now and well into the future.

Trump’s reply similarly included strong commitments to stand up for the middle class:

Quote:I agree with that 100 percent. We have a very outstanding trade relationship with Canada. We’ll be tweaking it. We’ll be doing certain things that are going to benefit both of our countries. It’s a much less severe situation than what’s taking place on the southern border. On the southern border, for many, many years, the transaction was not fair to the United States. It was an extremely unfair transaction. We’re going to work with Mexico, we’re going to make it a fair deal for both parties. I think that we’re going to get along very well with Mexico; they understand and we understand. You probably have noticed that Ford is making billions of dollars of new investments in this country. You saw Intel the other day announce that because of what I’ve been doing and what I’m doing in terms of regulation — lowering taxes, et cetera — they’re coming in with billions and billions of dollars of investment, and thousands of thousands of jobs. General Motors, likewise, is expanding plants and going to build new plants. Fiat Chrysler was at a meeting where they’re doing the same. Jack Ma — we have so many people that want to come into the United States. It’s actually very exciting. I think it’s going to be a very exciting period of time for the United States and for the workers of the United States, because they have been truly the forgotten man and forgotten women. It’s not going to be forgotten anymore, believe me. So our relationship with Canada is outstanding, and we’re going to work together to make it even better. And as far as the southern border is concerned, we’re going to get that worked out. We’re going to make it fair, but we are going to make it so that everybody is happy. It’s very important to me.

But if someone were to be monitoring any legacy establishment media outlets throughout the day on Monday, none of those completely legitimate and newsworthy questions that were asked at the White House on Monday were of significance. In fact, the media as a whole has lost the plot—and lost their minds—since Collins, MacCharles, Thuman, and Latendresse did not ask about the Flynn story and instead focused on important and, presumably, newsworthy issues like trade, immigration, refugees, the economy, and national security.
Many establishment media figures bashed the four reporters for asking the legitimate questions.

 Afta NAFTA Gaff Ya Hav' ta Laugh...

Now they negotiate.

S'all good.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-14-2017

I am not surprised a bit by Flynn's departure.

Glad to see him go. 
Flynn was half brain dead and full of yankee doodle dummy dust.

Petreaus is on his way in to see Trump and he would be a much better choice,
as long as they can keep Petreaus away from Russian  Naughty   pussy  Drool  
seeing how,
his last mess Whip involved a mistress Whip

Don't be surprised as well if you see people in the administration  around Trump,
falling like bowling pins in the coming months.

It also would not surprise me that Trump knew what Flynn was up to when it happened.
If so, hopefully he can bury it tactfully and evade the political conflagration that would occur,
if that were to be proven.

I see this as a good thing that Flynn is gone.
He was a tainted and toxic thorn in the Trump admin.
Good riddance, move on, 
make the right choice this time.

It could be a rough ride in the White House for the next couple of months.
The media onslaught against Trump is relentlous.
The Flynn fiasco will enflame the TV news networks nonstop tomorrow.
The only way to put the flame out,
is to put someone else in charge immediately.
Petreaus is liked by Democrats and Republicans, he is the odds on favorite.

Speaking of odds on favorites, Pence would easily be the next president of the USA.
This presidency is like a political power poker game,
in which the deck only has three types of cards, Jokers, Aces, and One Eyed Jacks.
That makes Trump the Ace of Jokers.

Bye  Hi Flynn ... glad to see you go. ... Flynn was a One Eyed Jack {ass}.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-15-2017
Barack Obama is behind the leaks


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-15-2017

Abe and Trump discussed Russia, agreed on need to boost ties with Putin

Adam Garrie
37 mins ago
February 15, 2017

Numerous reports have now revealed that US President Donald Trump and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe spent time discussing Russia during their bilateral summit last week. Both men encouraged each other to seek closer ties with Moscow.

In the modern era, Japan has always had a terse and at times difficult relationship with Russia. The Russo-Japanese war of 1904/5 was a humiliating defeat for Russia which played a part in fomenting the Russian Revolution of 1905.
During the 1940s, Russia opposed Japan although the Pacific theatre of the Second World War was largely dominated by the United States and of course in China by Mao’s partisans.

It was after 1945 that the Kuril Islands were transferred from the vanquished Empire of Japan to the victorious Soviet Union. In the decades since, Tokyo has demanded that Japanese sovereignty be restored to the islands, a demand which due to America becoming a post-war ally of Japan, took on wider implications during the Cold War.

Although the islands are still disputed, it seems that the current Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Vladimir Putin have a good working relationship, something made more intriguing by the fact that apart from South Korea, Japan is America’s last meaningful ally in the Asia-Pacific region.

By all accounts, Abe’s recent visit to the US was a success. He and Donald Trump were all smiles on the golf course.
According to Abe, he spoke with Trump about a wide range of issues including anti-Russian sanctions, Iran, Syria and Donbass, issues not directly related to US-Japanese relations.

Abe is quoted by RT as saying, “These issues cannot be resolved if President Putin and President Trump do not maintain direct dialogue, can they.”

This demonstrates that not only does Abe respect the Russian President but that he offered wise counsel to a US President besieged by his own ideologically hell-bent anti-Russian deep state.
As is being reported by The Japan Times, Trump also encouraged Abe to boost ties and dialogue with Putin and supported Tokyo’s friendly relations with Moscow.

President Putin for his part has remained positive about working with Japan on a peaceful solution to the disputing islands. In December of last year when meeting with Abe, Putin said, “these islands, instead of a bone of contention between Russia and Japan, can, on the contrary, become something uniting”.

With Japan’s government working on increasingly good terms with historic regional rival Russia, one must remark on the irony of a Japanese Cold War ally to America, offering POTUS far sounder advice on Russia than many of Trump’s own advisers and fellow Republicans.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-15-2017

In between being too busy Whip
I caught a few moments on the anti-Trump news network -- CNN Whip
and of course,
they had their early morning News Jew -- Kate "Dutch Boy" Bolduan Whip
and the CNN anti-Trump tirade du jour.

If I had a nickel for every time they mentioned the word Russians on CNN today,
I could buy a ticket to next years Super Bowl.

And then there's Kate in that godforsaken Dutch Boy haircut she sports,
trying to look all politically correct,
as her arms grow fatter and fatter with age Rofl

I just cannot stand that Dutcth Boy hairdo any longer.

So I grabbed the camera and took a shot of Kate --- LIVE -- this morning on CNN.
And I made a cartoon,
out of the bad resolution image.

I gave Kate a new hairdo, 
something between late 60's Star Trek and pseudo-psychedelic hippie Hi  ho. 

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And that was CNN in perspective ... this mornings "breaking news" -- Kate has a new hairdo.

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President Donald J. Trump is already tired of the leaks coming from his administration, and vows to catch those involved in the “criminal act.”

“The spotlight has finally been put on the low-life leakers! They will be caught!,” he wrote on Twitter on Thursday morning.

Trump reacted to ongoing news stories surrounding the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, after intelligence sources leaked transcripts of his phone calls with Russian officials.

“Leaking, and even illegal classified leaking, has been a big problem in Washington for years,” Trump added. “Failing New York Times (and others) must apologize!”

On Wednesday, Trump described the leaks as a “criminal act” during a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“It’s a criminal act, and it’s been going on for a long time before me, but now it’s really going on,” he said.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-16-2017

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh said in an interview that he does not believe the U.S. intelligence community proved its case that President Vladimir Putin directed a hacking campaign aimed at securing the election of Donald Trump. He blasted news organizations for lazily broadcasting the assertions of U.S. intelligence officials as established facts.

The Intercept’s Jeremy Scahill speaks with Seymour Hersh at his home in Washington, D.C. two days after Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Hersh denounced news organizations as “crazy town” for their uncritical promotion of the pronouncements of the director of national intelligence and the CIA, given their track records of lying and misleading the public.

“The way they behaved on the Russia stuff was outrageous,” Hersh said when I sat down with him at his home in Washington, D.C., two days after Trump was inaugurated. “They were just so willing to believe stuff. And when the heads of intelligence give them that summary of the allegations, instead of attacking the CIA for doing that, which is what I would have done,” they reported it as fact. Hersh said most news organizations missed an important component of the story: “the extent to which the White House was going and permitting the agency to go public with the assessment.”

Hersh said many media outlets failed to provide context when reporting on the intelligence assessment made public in the waning days of the Obama administration that was purported to put to rest any doubt that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the hacking of the DNC and Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s emails.

The declassified version of the report, which was released January 7 and dominated the news for days, charged that Putin “ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election” and “aspired to help President-elect Trump’s election chances when possible by discrediting Secretary Clinton and publicly contrasting her unfavorably to him.” According to the report, the NSA was said to have had a lower confidence level than James Clapper and the CIA about the conclusion that Russia intended to influence the election. Hersh characterized the report as full of assertions and thin on evidence.

“It’s high camp stuff,” Hersh told The Intercept. “What does an assessment mean? It’s not a national intelligence estimate. If you had a real estimate, you would have five or six dissents. One time they said 17 agencies all agreed. Oh really? The Coast Guard and the Air Force — they all agreed on it? And it was outrageous and nobody did that story. An assessment is simply an opinion. If they had a fact, they’d give it to you. An assessment is just that. It’s a belief. And they’ve done it many times.”

Hersh also questioned the timing of the U.S. intelligence briefing of Trump on the Russia hack findings. “They’re taking it to a guy that’s going to be president in a couple of days, they’re giving him this kind of stuff, and they think this is somehow going to make the world better? It’s going to make him go nuts — would make me go nuts. Maybe it isn’t that hard to make him go nuts.” Hersh said if he had been covering the story, “I would have made [John] Brennan into a buffoon. A yapping buffoon in the last few days. Instead, everything is reported seriously.”

Few journalists in the world know more about the CIA and U.S. dark ops than Hersh. The legendary journalist broke the story of the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, the Abu Ghraib torture, and secret details of the Bush-Cheney assassination program.

In the 1970s, during the Church Committee investigations into the CIA’s involvement in coups and assassinations, Dick Cheney — at the time a top aide to President Gerald Ford — pressured the FBI to go after Hersh and seek an indictment against him and the New York Times. Cheney and then-White House Chief of Staff Donald Rumsfeld were furious that Hersh had reported, based on information from inside sources, on a covert incursion into Soviet waters. They also wanted retaliation for Hersh’s exposé on illegal domestic spying by the CIA. The aim of targeting Hersh would be to frighten other journalists from exposing secret or controversial actions by the White House. The attorney general rebuffed Cheney’s requests, saying it “would put an official stamp of truth on the article.”

Although critical of the Russia coverage, Hersh condemned the Trump administration’s attacks on the news media and its threats to limit the ability of journalists to cover the White House. “The attack on the press is straight out of national socialism,” he said. “You have to go back into the 1930s. The first thing you do is destroy the media. And what’s he going to do? He’s going to intimidate them. The truth is, the First Amendment is an amazing thing and if you start trampling it the way they — I hope they don’t do it that way — this would be really counterproductive. He’ll be in trouble.”

Hersh also said he is concerned about Trump and his administration assuming power over the vast surveillance resources of the U.S. government. “I can tell you, my friends on the inside have already told me there’s going to be a major increase in surveillance, a dramatic increase in domestic surveillance,” he said. He recommended that anyone concerned about privacy use encrypted apps and other protective means. “If you don’t have Signal, you better get Signal.”

While expressing fears about Trump’s agenda, Hersh also called Trump a potential “circuit breaker” of the two-party political system in the U.S. “The idea of somebody breaking things away, and raising grave doubts about the viability of the party system, particularly the Democratic Party, is not a bad idea,” Hersh said. “That’s something we could build on in the future.

 But we have to figure out what to do in the next few years.” He added: “I don’t think the notion of democracy is ever going to be as tested as it’s going to be now.”

In recent years, Hersh has been attacked for his investigative reports on a variety of policies and actions authorized by the Obama administration, but he has never backed down from his aggressive approach to journalism. His reporting on the raid that killed Osama bin Laden dramatically contradicted the administration’s story, and his investigation on the use of chemical weapons in Syria cast doubts on the official claim that Bashar al Assad ordered the attacks. Although he has received many awards for his work, Hersh said praise and condemnation have no impact on his work as a journalist
Jeremy Scahill’s interview with Seymour Hersh can be heard on The Intercept’s new weekly podcast, Intercepted, which premieres January 25.

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Michael Flynn: minding our own business vs. saving the world
Feb16 by Jon Rappoport

Michael Flynn: minding our own business vs. saving the world
The global snake wears a sneer because it’s his party.
by Jon Rappoport
February 16, 2017

Flynn talked to some Russian and said the US under Trump might ease sanctions against Russia? This was the high crime? This was why he had to go?

What sanctions? Imposed for what purpose? What are all these people in Washington talking about?
Let’s go back to the beginning.

At the founding of the Republic, there was a chance to mind our own national business, and a few years later, outgoing President George Washington warned the country to stay away from entangling foreign alliances.

But of course he was ignored.

So flashing forward, now we hear about interconnected, global, “inevitable situations” which require our attention.

Interest rates, trade imbalances, taxes, wars, foreign military bases, binding treaties, unfriendly regimes, national debt, loans unpaid; on and on it goes—as if these cluster-problems arose out of some sacred duty to solve other people’s difficulties; and we’re locked in, we have to meddle, we have to be the meddling messiah, we’re deep in a massive soap opera called interdependence.

Well, sure, once you start walking down that road, things will pile up. They’ll get worse. Last year’s obligations will double this year. You have to speak sixteen languages at once to satisfy all your global partners, and you speak them out of the side of your mouth because you’re conniving and cheating and stealing and killing along the way. Just as they are. It’s all one big terminally failing family called It Takes a Village.

The sun can’t set outside your home anymore, it has to set on every conniving government on the face of the Earth, and we’re on board.

Newsflash: This isn’t planetary love, it’s not one united human race, it’s an infection.

Take the recent case of Michael Flynn, who was forced out of the Trump administration because he possibly talked with some Russian ambassador about easing US sanctions against Russia.

The US sanctions were launched in the first place because Russia annexed the Ukrainian territory of Crimea. And that was our business because…?

Here from Wikipedia is a bit of background on the annexation. Note the jungle of entangling alliances involved, the agreements, the rules and regulations—NONE of which America needed to be concerned about. Therefore, why did we lay on sanctions? My comments below are in brackets.

“Ukraine considers the annexation to be a violation of international law [international law? who cares?] and agreements by Russia, including Agreement on Establishing the Commonwealth of Independent States in 1991 [the what?], Helsinki Accords [so what?], Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons of 1994 [and this relates to Crimea how?] and Treaty on friendship, cooperation and partnership between the Russian Federation and Ukraine [none of our business].”

“The event was condemned by many world leaders [so what?] as an illegal annexation of Ukrainian territory, in violation of the 1994 Budapest Memorandum [the what?] on sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, signed by Russia. It led to the other members of the then G8 [who cares about the G8?] suspending Russia from the group, then introducing the first round of sanctions against the country. The United Nations General Assembly [your basic global meddlers] also rejected the vote and annexation, adopting a non-binding resolution [busy work by meddlers] affirming the ‘territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognised borders’.”

“Following a Crimean referendum [none of our business], held on 16 March 2014, in which separation was favoured by a large majority of voters, the UN resolution [who cares?] also ‘underscores that the referendum having no validity, cannot form the basis for any alteration of the status of Crimea.’ The resolution calls upon all States and international organizations [who cares?] not to recognize or to imply the recognition of Russia’s annexation. In 2016, UN General Assembly [major meddlers] reaffirmed non-recognition of the annexation and condemned ‘the temporary occupation of part of the territory of Ukraine — the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol’ [blah blah].”

We could take all this back further to the 2014 uprising/coup in the Ukraine, and the role of outsiders (e.g., CIA). But you get the idea.

Once you start down the road of making alliances and agreements with other governments, you’re in the web. You’re in the nest of vipers. You are a viper.

The US population has been thoroughly conditioned to expect their government to intervene in crises at the drop of a hat, “on the side of the angels,” of course.

But each “solution” digs us deeper in the fundamental problem. Meddling.

Once meddling is established as a way of life, the military-industrial complex and the Deep State can feel secure in the knowledge that any intervention and any war will play well—because all they have to do is promote war as a way of offering “freedom and peace to the less fortunate.”

War is peace.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-16-2017
Lou Dobbs: Obama Looking Very Close To Sedition and High Treason!

When former President Barack Obama said he was “heartened” by anti-Trump protests, he was sending a message of approval to his troops. Troops? Yes, Obama has an army of agitators — numbering more than 30,000 — who will fight his Republican successor at every turn of his historic presidency. And Obama will command them from a bunker less than two miles from the White House.

In what’s shaping up to be a highly unusual post-presidency, Obama isn’t just staying behind in Washington. He’s working behind the scenes to set up what will effectively be a shadow government to not only protect his threatened legacy, but to sabotage the incoming administration and its popular “America First” agenda.

He’s doing it through a network of leftist nonprofits led by Organizing for Action. Normally you’d expect an organization set up to support a politician and his agenda to close up shop after that candidate leaves office, but not Obama’s OFA. Rather, it’s gearing up for battle, with a growing war chest and more than 250 offices across the country

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-16-2017

I am afraid we may have seen Trump commit political suicide at his press conference today.

I have never heard such senseless prattle from a President in my life.
He is not going to last 'til Fall.

How does 'President Pence' sound?

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-16-2017

I disagree
he spoke to his Voters
and Screw the Press .

The Press baby Hillary lost
and the Press whining is absurd & disingenuous
and meant to divide the Country .

Because of the Arrogance of the Press
they do Not understand the Public / Voters
are just as Smart as the Press & see though the "smoke and mirrors " BS .

The computer has changed the World
and opened the Eyes of Many .

Trump is here for 4 years
unless assassinated by the NWO .

Russia is playing the Cold War games
we played in the 70's.

I flown over several Russia War Ships during the 70's
it's what we and Russia have been doing for Years .

will Not be Fun .

Limbaugh said while the media still won’t warm up to Trump, it was what his supporters wanted to see, which was a willingness to tout his achievements and take on some of the claims from the media.

“You know it is hard to say — you get caught up in the moment,” Limbaugh said. “But this was one of the most effective press conferences I have ever seen. The press is going to hate him even more after this. Don’t misunderstand. When I say effective, I’m talking about rallying people who voted for him to stay with him. He made a point — ‘What chaos? You’re reporting chaos. We’re not in chaos. We’re a well-oiled machine. We got one of the smoothest running machines in the history of machines. We got one of the best administrations in the history of administrations.'”

“And he rattled off the achievements they’ve had here that the media is not reporting because they’re so focused on whether or not Trump worked with Russia to screw Hillary out of the presidency,” he continued. “And he was reassuring the people he’s on top of everything. Nothing has changed. Everything he campaigned on, he is doing. All he is doing is fulfilling campaign promises. And of course, the Democrats don’t like him. Of course, the media don’t like him. It isn’t going to stop him.”
(h/t Daily Rushbo)

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Report: ESPN Losing 10,000 Subscribers a Day Over Its Political Left Turn

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 02-16-2017

From my viewpoint as an observer... He's just getting started.

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President to bypass politicians, raise money for British vets instead

IMO He needs his cabinet fully emplaced though before he starts the snowball effect.

It Writes Itself.
He has the Pen now.
Expect more 'Executive Orders'.

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Le-Pen  LilD as they say in Francais.

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Hedge fund's proprietary data analyzer favors populist candidate

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-16-2017

First sign of a thaw? US and Russian top military chiefs meet in Baku

Alexander Mercouris
7 hours ago
February 16, 2017
US and Russian military leaders meet in Baku to set up 'hot line' in light of concerns caused by US - Russian military face-off in October in Syria.

After weeks of delay caused by intense political and bureaucratic resistance in Washington, and with the Trump administration still not fully formed, the first high level meetings took place today between officials of the Russian government and the new Trump administration.
The meeting that has attracted the most attention is inevitably the meeting in Bonn, Germany between US Secretary of State Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov.  However possibly the more important meeting is the one in Baku, Azerbaijan between General Joe Dunford, the Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, and General Valery Gerasimov, the Chief of the Russian military’s General Staff.

There is inevitably very little information about the Dunford-Gerasimov meeting.  The US Department of Defense statement announcing the meeting merely states, rather blandly

The chairman and Chief of the Russian General Staff Gen. Valeriy Gerasimov will discuss a variety of issues……including the current state of U.S.-Russian military relations and the importance of consistent and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crises.

Dunford’s meeting with Gerasimov however represents the first direct meeting between the two senior officers of the world’s two greatest military powers for some time.  In an interview for Politico back in October Dunford disclosed that the initiative for the meeting had come from him, and that he had been pressing for a meeting with Gerasimov for months

I think it’s absolutely critical that we do that.  I’m a believer in keeping lines of communication open no matter what. Even in the 1980s, we had a red phone, we talked to the Russians. So military-to-military communications, regardless of how difficult the relationship may be at a given time ought to be something that you can do…..from [the Russians’] nuclear enterprise modernization to their submarine warfare capabilities to their cruise missile development to their cyber capabilities to their space programs.  I mean, for a nation that has demographic and economic challenges like Russia they have embarked on such a significant military modernization program.  The degree to which it is sustainable is another discussion but you know, they have embarked and now developed and fielded and demonstrated very real military capabilities.
(bold italics added)

These comments, and the fact that Dunford made them to Politico in October, explain the reasons for the meeting.
It was in October – as The Duran reported (see here and here) but as the Western mainstream media has conspicuously avoided doing – that the US and Russian militaries faced off against each other in Syria, going head to head for the first time since the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, with the US forced into a humiliating climbdown.

As General Dunford’s interview with Politico shows, he was clearly shocked by this development.  The fact he told Politico in October that he had already been pressing for a meeting with Gerasimov “for months” (ie. before the face-off happened) however shows that he foresaw it happening before it actually happened.

Given the way events in Syria were unfolding throughout 2016, with the wild talk on the part of some in the Obama administration, the news media, and in the Hillary Clinton campaign about the US declaring a “no-fly zone” in Syria against Russian opposition, there is nothing surprising about this.

It is not therefore surprising that General Dunford has been seeking for some time permission from his political superiors to meet with his Russian counterpart.  The reason the meeting has not happened sooner is almost certainly because of resistance from the anti-Russia hawks in the Obama administration including above all Dunford’s own boss, Obama’s hardline neocon Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.

Following the change in administration and the appointment as Defense Secretary of James Mattis – like Dunford a Marine General – Dunford has finally been given the green light, making it possible for the meeting with Gerasimov at last to take place.  Judging by what Dunford said to Politico in October, and the Defense Department’s statement about the meeting, the purpose of the meeting will be to establish a ‘hot line’ between the US Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington and the Russian General Staff in Moscow.

That will allow the uniformed military in both countries to start talking to each other.

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President Donald Trump signed a resolution today overturning President Obama’s “Stream Protection Rule.”

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-17-2017

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 02-17-2017


Quote:I am afraid we may have seen Trump commit political suicide at his press conference today.

I have never heard such senseless prattle from a President in my life.
He is not going to last 'til Fall.

How does 'President Pence' sound?

Trump has committed "political suicide" on a plethora of occasions,
proving to be quite resilient, resourceful and always on the rebound effectively with results.

I thought he belabored the evil media issue way too much,
but he took them all on quite well enough actually.

However FSB, 
you did touch upon a fracturing of tolerance many Republicans are experiencing.
They cannot handle his unpredictability.
Trump's problem is that he focuses too much on the war against him by media giants,
like CNN and several newspapers.

One senior commentator on O'Reilly tonight was exasperated by what he called:
'Trump being way too thin skinned
and he is right.

Trump has to mature into the office of presidency,
and he has an all out war waged against him by CNN and big east coast newspapers,
doing everthing they can to sabotage his every move.

Jake Tapper of CNN came "unhinged" himself after the Trump news broadcast.
CNN is going into an all out war to burn Trump out of office at this point.

If you want to watch how the anti-Trump forces operate this media war against Trump,
watch the CNN news personality shows tomorrow.
It is 7 AM to 12 midnight solid nonstop anti Trump news broadcasting.
Anderson Stupor,
Don Cow Lemon,
and nauseating critters like Brian Stelter.
It is non-stop Trump bashing and it is getting ugly.

This roller coaster ride is just barely starting to get crazy.

As much as I didn't care for Flynn,
I don't see his misadventure with the Russian ambassador as inappropriate.
The puzzle is why did he refrain from informing the VP Pence?
In that regard, he fucked up,
but there is obviously more to the story.

Trump is being backed into a corner on the Putin issue.
He doesn't like it, 
and he has Republicans like McCain,
causing this overt trouble with addressing Putin on a more balanced perspective.
Trump is most definitely correct about one important comment he made:
"getting along with Russia would be a good thing"

He has to try to break the cold war down into something more tangible to world peace.
Russia will never give up Crimea.
We need to get past that.
Dealing with eastern Ukraine is another matter.
More important is dealing with Iran.

I did mention a couple of posts ago ... 
who the odds on favorite for next president of the USA was. 
I for one however, would like to see Trump survive the next four years.
He deserves the chance to make it happen -- his way.

And if you understand that media giants like CNN have Trump as their primary target,
you can surely see that a hidden powerful apparatus certainly exists,
making contingency plans,
that also has Trump as their  ... primary target.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Mayito7777 - 02-17-2017

The media needs to stop this harassment of Trump, it is ridiculous, give the freaking guy a break and let him work, if he is bad in 4 years vote him out, but let him do his fracking work, good fracking grief. If I was him I would banned all this fracking reporters forever, never to be allowed on the White House.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 02-17-2017

Trump is unlike any political phenomenon that we have ever seen in US history.

Who knows what he is about...but Trump?

He might go down as one of the very greatest we have ever had...if he lasts?

Go Trump!

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-17-2017

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February 17, 2017

President Donald Trump said Thursday he's pressing for a full investigation into the intelligence leaks that led to the ouster of former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and Circa can confirm that one of the agencies that they’re looking at is the Department of Justice . 

The scope of persons and agencies that would have had access to the information contained in the transcribed phone calls is relatively small and would include DOJ officials as well, several U.S. officials told Circa. 

The leaks, which were reported in detail by The Washington Post, regarded the relatively short phone conversation between Flynn and Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak. 
Despite calls from some Democrats and Republicans to investigate Flynn, the FBI announced Thursday that they would not be investigating him. Sources close to Flynn told Circa he was willing and ready to speak to anybody or any committee about his conversation and that he broke no laws. 

Although the FBI is under the jurisdiction of the DOJ and would have access to the documentation, so does DOJ's counterespionage division, a U.S. official told Circa. The information from the intercepts was also spread more widely in January when DOJ officials briefed White House officials and other elements of the intelligence community. That also expanded the potential pool of people that could leak, to include the NSA and the CIA. 
The DOJ declined comment Thursday night. 

The DOJ's intelligence division also "bears the responsibility of overseeing the foreign intelligence, counterintelligence and other national security activities of the United States Intelligence Community to ensure compliance with the Constitution, statutes and Executive Branch policies," according to its website.

On Wednesday Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, and Rep. Bob Goodlatte, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to DOJ Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz saying that they "request that your office begin an immediate investigation into whether classified information was mishandled here." 

Chris Farrell, a former counterintelligence official and director of investigations and research at Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog  organization, said they are expecting "documents and records on FOIA requests we filed concerning investigations being conducted by the DOJ on Trump's transition team." 

Farrell said if the request is not fulfilled by next Wednesday, Judicial Watch will sue.
He said, "it would be a very narrow universe of persons who would have had access to that classified material. Even the number of persons who would have access should be definable. That sort of communication intelligence, or comment collection activity is very specific. The list of people is narrow." 

However, just before President Obama left office, he expanded the power of the National Security Agency allowing the agency to the intercepted phone calls and personal communications with the 16 other intelligence agencies before applying privacy protections, according to a story written by The New York Times. 
These expansions of powers also widen the scope of people who may have had access to the details contained in the classified phone intercepts. 

On Jan. 12, David Ignatius, with the Washington Post wrote a column where he referenced a senior U.S. government official who told him that "Flynn phoned Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak several times on Dec. 29, the day the Obama administration announced the expulsion of 35 Russian officials as well as other measures in retaliation for the hacking. What did Flynn say, and did it undercut the U.S. sanctions?" Ignatius referred to the Logan Act in his column and whether or not Flynn undermined the sanctions Obama put in place at the end of his term against Russia. 

Michael O'Hanlon, a senior foreign policy expert with The Brookings Institute told Cira that Flynn didn't violate the Logan Act, which prohibits private citizens from cutting deals with countries the United States is in dispute with. 
He added, everybody knew Trump's "Russia policy, and everybody knew things like sanctions would probably be reconsidered. Moreover, I don’t see that there was a specific promise made in this phone transcript. I don’t see anymore than Flynn confirming there would be a new direction in U.S. Russia policy under President Trump.

On Thursday at Trump's first solo press conference, he defended Flynn, saying the retired Army general "did nothing wrong" and in fact, was "doing his job."
When asked if he directed Flynn to make the calls to the Russian ambassador Trump said, "I didn't direct him, but I would have directed him if he didn't do it," Trump said.

One more thing about the Press and the Tone of American Politics
as my Mother always told me when I got in a Fight
" it takes Two to Tango " .

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Gorka: ‘Forgotten Man' Was Given a Voice on November 8, and the Media Can't Stand It



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - rhw007 - 02-17-2017


Remember you SAID that one of three different sets of 19 mostly Saudi Nationals armed ONLY with "box-cutters" broke through STEEL cockpit doors, hijacked FOUR planes, and only two hit building in NYC yet THREE of these STEEL frame buildings fell in "Free-Fall Acceleration" through path of GREATEST resistance, one of the "planes" was being tracked for over 45 minutes heading for the Pentagon and some airman came in and told Cheney the LilD  "it was 10 miles out does the order still stand?"  And Devil replied snappishly "Have you heard any different?", so the missile continued on it's corkscrew turn, something PHYSICALLY impossible for a large jet to do, and EXPLODED just as an INTERIOR explosion OPENED the entrance hole, after several other explosions from within the Pentagon took place BEFORE the missile was even over the pentagon lawn.

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And the fourth plane just vaporized like the other three in small hole in the ground in Shanksville PA.

So MEANSTREAM MEDIA you SHANKED the public in the back and BELIEVE the DEEP STATE rather than using CRITICAL JUDGEMENT !!!

And Trump's Ban on Muslims from the 7 countries were NOT from Obama, nor Trump, but from the Bush-Cheney team itself.

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Obama's "Hope & Change" became "Despair, Droning and Highest DEBT EVER !!!"

Bob... Ninja Alien2

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Stupid Democrats fall for fake AP story of nonexistent military...
Elected Democrats too stupid to verify false claims in the media attacked Trump for a non-existent military plan to round up illegal aliens.


Lol .

Could he get any more condescending?
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Scott Pelley Lectures: Unhappy Trump ‘Mad at Not Being the Boss Anymore’
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley on Friday diagnosed that Donald Trump is simply “mad at not being the boss anymore.” He also lectured the President about…


Dear Dipstick > The POTUS is the "Boss" !

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-18-2017

John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, says President Donald Trump criticizing fake news and inaccurate reporting is “dangerous” and is “a strategy, used by autocrats, designed to completely disorient public perception.”

“He’s not just trying to spin the bad news of the day; all politicians do that,” Podesta writes of Trump in a Washington Post op-ed. “He seeks nothing less than to undermine the public’s belief that any news can be trusted, that any news is true, that there is any fixed reality.”

Podesta, however, was all for facilitating a “fixed reality” by manipulating media when it served his political purposes.
Indeed, Podesta’s hacked emails revealed multiple instances of collusion and collaboration between mainstream media journalists and press outlets and the Clinton campaign throughout the election. Ironically, many of the journalists who cozied up to the Clinton campaign were from the Washington Post — Juliet EilperinAnne GearanKaren Tumulty — the same news outlet from which Podesta’s Trump hit piece was published.

The longtime Democratic operative also compared Trump’s handling of the media to that of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“He is emulating the successful strategy of Vladimir Putin,” Podesta wrote, insisting that Trump’s media criticism puts America “in danger of experiencing an information void like Russia,” where citizens “hear something on TV and assume it’s a lie.”

Podesta, of course, failed to mention his connections to Russia and Putin-connected companies.

Podesta warns voters to “maintain a heightened vigilance” and says, “A heavy burden falls on American journalists to fact-check a president and a White House staff that is setting records for peddling false information and not to be afraid to call a lie, a lie.”

“The recent ouster of Michael Flynn as national security adviser demonstrates that lying still carries consequences,” Podesta writes. “But they must go further and provide context and analysis for what motivates Trump, Stephen K. Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, and the others to constantly distort reality.”

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-19-2017

As I watch Events since Jan 20th
Sedition keeps coming to Mind
When Trump calls out El Supremo
is the Question .

Mark Bush

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 02-19-2017

Chilling Warnings About Deep State’s War on Trump
Posted on February 18, 2017 by Soren Dreier
Author: Carey Wedler
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“Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you. So, even for a practical, supposedly, hard-nosed businessman, he’s being really dumb to do this,” Democratic lawmaker Charles Schumer said of President Trump in January amid the president’s rejection of CIA claims about Russian hacking.

According to journalist Glenn Greenwald and former lawmaker Dennis Kucinich, it appears Schumer was correct.
This week, Trump adviser Michael Flynn left the administration after leaks from the intelligence community revealed he had misled the public and the administration on conversations he had with a Russian diplomat. The Washington Post and New York Times both reported on the alleged transgressions.

Though Greenwald has argued the leaks were “wholly justified” in spite of the fact they violated criminal law, he also questioned the motives behind them.

“It’s very possible — I’d say likely — that the motive here was vindictive rather than noble,” he wrote. “Whatever else is true, this is a case where the intelligence community, through strategic (and illegal) leaks, destroyed one of its primary adversaries in the Trump White House.”

Greenwald asserted in an interview with Democracy Now, published on Thursday, that this boils down to a fight between the Deep State and the Trump administration.

According to an in-depth report by journalist Mike Lofgren:

“The Deep State does not consist of the entire government. It is a hybrid of national security and law enforcement agencies: the Department of Defense, the Department of State, the Department of Homeland Security, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Justice Department. I also include the Department of the Treasury because of its jurisdiction over financial flows, its enforcement of international sanctions and its organic symbiosis with Wall Street.”
As Greenwald explained during his interview:

“It’s agencies like the CIA, the NSA and the other intelligence agencies, that are essentially designed to disseminate disinformation and deceit and propaganda, and have a long history of doing not only that, but also have a long history of the world’s worst war crimes, atrocities and death squads.”

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Swing-voting independents are twice as likely to trust President Donald Trump’s administration than to trust the media, according to a new poll by Fox News.

The lopsided 52 percent to 26 percent trust in Trump is hidden in the crosstabs of the poll, which was released Feb. 17. Overall, by a narrow margin of 45 percent to 42 percent, Americans think Trump is more likely to tell the truth than are reporters.

But that topline result is skewed by sharply skewed partisan opinions. Only 8 percent of Democratic voters trust Trump more than reporters, and only 9 percent of Republican voters trust the media reporters more than Trump.

So the 52 percent pro-Trump to 26 percent pro-media attitudes among independent-minded swing voters push the final result into Trump’s favor — and also give him a political and electoral advantage as the left-leaning established media repeatedly slams Trump, his deputies and his popular policies, such as curbs on immigration.

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Those February 2017 numbers show a huge shift from past polls when the public trusted politicians much less than journalists.

In a June 2006 poll cited by Fox, 5 percent of respondents said they have more trust in government officials, 40 percent said they more trust in journalists and 26 percent said they trusted neither.

In an October 1997 poll cited by Fox, only 6 percent of respondents said they trusted politicians more than journalists, 61 percent said they trusted journalists more than politicians, and 20 percent said they trusted neither.

So the 2017 numbers show journalists have lost one-third of their trust level, or 19 points, from the 1997 level of 61 percent to the 2017 level of 42 percent.

The Fox news poll is validated by a recent poll from Emerson College.

The poll also shows that the public believes the media is far tougher on Trump than it was on President Barack Obama. Sixty-eight percent of the respondents told Fox News that the media has been tougher on Trump compared to Obama, while only 18 percent believe they have been easier on Trump. Twelve percent said they were treated equally.

Still, despite the skepticism towards the media, a solid majority of Americans want the media to push Trump hard. Fifty-five percent say the media should “cover the president aggressively,” while 38 percent say the president should be given the benefit of the doubt.

The telephone poll of 1,013 registered voters was conducted Feb. 11 to Feb. 13.

RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 02-19-2017

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