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Old July 13th, 2017, 07:19 AM   #51
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Perfect. I read abour Russia triggening last election. I read Clinton lose election. I read other Topix about new Healthcare the Act. Then North Korean nuclear test in many front. Then Trump and government wanted the wall to start build but not how big wall it will be so far in text.
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Old July 13th, 2017, 07:26 AM   #52
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Did Trump Jr. know this lawyer was a foreign national? Yes
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That is not against the law and Veselnitskaya was in the US meeting with Congressmen and representing Denis Katsyv in a US court.
In itself it is not against the law. When combined with the other two facts it makes the action of meeting with her with the intent of receiving damaging information on Clinton against the law.

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That is not against the law and is also protected by the First Amendment.
Receiving damaging information about a political opponent is not against the law.

In this case it is source of the information (a foreign national) and the fact that Trump Jr. KNEW she was a foreign national that makes it illegal.

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Is damaging info on Clinton something that the Trump campaign would have paid money for? Yes
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There is zero proof of this.
Every campaign since the 1960s has had paid staff members whose job was to dig up dirt on the opponent. This means every campaign HAS paid money for damaging information on the opponent. To think that the Trump campaign would be the first campaign in at least 50 years to NOT pay for damaging information is silly. Only an idiot would belie --- Ooops, sorry. Forgot who I was talking to. Carry on.
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Old July 13th, 2017, 07:35 AM   #53
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Even if he "legally" did nothing wrong, as they say the "optics" are terrible. For the candidate that was supposed to "drain the swamp" he has just proven that he is no less corrupt than the people he was running against. This kind of dirty dealing, back room, good ole boy network shit is the very platform he ran against. Turns out he is just as much a vile, corrupt, lying piece of shit that Hillary was.

Enjoy the newest turd in the swamp.
Actually I'd like to take issue with the term "draining the swamp". That is a property developers term.

Swamps are NOT bad things. They are in fact very healthy ecosystems. A healthily swamp will be teaming with wild life both in and around the area. This is WHY most states and the feds protect "wetlands". They are vital to nature. A good wetlands area will feed and protect wildlife for miles around. Any good hunter knows this. Especially bird hunters. But deer and just about anything else as well. Without healthy wetlands migratory birds simply wouldn't be able to migrate. Wetlands also provide run off for heavy rains. The water HAS to go somewhere.

When someone like Trump comes in and "drains the swamp" so they can't "build" something, they are in fact destroying healthy eco systems. They displace and kill the wildlife by removing their habitat. Most of New Orleans is drained swampland and look what happened there !!

Now if he had said he was going to clean up the cesspool, that would be a different story. Sadly he's just the freshest turd to float to the top.
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In itself it is not against the law. When combined with the other two facts it makes the action of meeting with her with the intent of receiving damaging information on Clinton against the law.





Receiving damaging information about a political opponent is not against the law.

In this case it is source of the information (a foreign national) and the fact that Trump Jr. KNEW she was a foreign national that makes it illegal.

Every campaign since the 1960s has had paid staff members whose job was to dig up dirt on the opponent. This means every campaign HAS paid money for damaging information on the opponent. To think that the Trump campaign would be the first campaign in at least 50 years to NOT pay for damaging information is silly. Only an idiot would belie --- Ooops, sorry. Forgot who I was talking to. Carry on.
None of it is against the law. Why don't you contact Mueller and tell him that you have proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Trump Jr. intended to pay for the information, which is based on your theory that every campaign has done it for also their information on opponents. Be sure to tell him that the First Amendment does not protect Trunp Jr.

Let everyone here know how that conversation went.
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None of it is against the law. Why don't you contact Mueller and tell him that you have proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Trump Jr. intended to pay for the information, which is based on your theory that every campaign has done it for also their information on opponents. Be sure to tell him that the First Amendment does not protect Trunp Jr.

Let everyone here know how that conversation went.
I didn't say that Trump Jr. was going to pay for the information.

I said campaigns have routinely paid for such information in the past making such information "something of value"
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Nobody has said anything about anybody breaking laws.

We're talking about the Trump bloodline's natural inclination to lie, whether or not it makes any difference or if the lie even a good one. It's just the initial natural reaction for them.
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None of it is against the law. Why don't you contact Mueller and tell him that you have proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Trump Jr. intended to pay for the information, which is based on your theory that every campaign has done it for also their information on opponents. Be sure to tell him that the First Amendment does not protect Trunp Jr.

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The election last year was none hacked and from Russia's sides they celebration because it where their populare candidate DJ Trump how Russian grats sending to republican party in senate now and DJ Trump too some I did sending message in DTT.
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If that person is a foreign national, then yes.-
Who let that foreign national into the U.S.? Correct me if I'm wrong but, I believe it was Obimbo's DOJ.
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Who let that foreign national into the U.S.? Correct me if I'm wrong but, I believe it was Obimbo's DOJ.
So?

If she had a valid Visa then what is the problem?
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Who let that foreign national into the U.S.? Correct me if I'm wrong but, I believe it was Obimbo's DOJ.
It where not.

Only two have attack's US in history. 1941 and 2001 surelly.
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