Hillary Clinton 2020

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For the serious members, isn't it fairly obvious to notice that it's only the Republicans on here who talk about Hillary running?
:rolleyes:


I've not clicked on the Click Bait, but here- all I did was type hillary running into the google search engine- so easy even an acolyte could do it-
Yeah. That is ALL you did.
You clearly did not bother to read the articles, did you...

Hillary Clinton is not running for president for a third time in 2020.​
First sentence.

Clinton has denied she has plans to run ...​
Gee. That's pretty obvious to comprehend, right?

Hillary Clinton is having fun at President Donald Trump's expense, but that doesn't mean she is seriously weighing another run for president, several of the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee's close advisers tell CNN.​
Also, the first sentence.

It's called "reading comprehension"... :rolleyes:


I wouldn’t.
Me neither.
 
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He did not do that. The Ukraine was already conducting a new investigation of Burisma all on its own.
It's not "the" Ukraine anymore than it's the England or the China.

Other than that, Solomon oughta check his sources. An October 4, 2019 story, and there's a bunch of stories like this one:

Ukraine top prosecutor says
Biden-linked Burisma case will be reviewed
Ukraine’s top prosecutor said Friday that his office is "conducting an audit" of cases that have been previously investigated and closed, including the probe involving the energy giant Burisma, where Hunter Biden had served on the board.​
Ruslan Ryaboshapka, the country's prosecutor general, said at a news conference that his office was instructed to review cases that have been closed, fragmented or investigated to make sure they were fairly and thoroughly handled. He said no one attempted to influence him to make the call.​
“We are now reviewing all the cases which were closed, fragmented or investigated earlier in order to make a decision on cases where illegal procedural decisions were taken,” he said.​
The office plans to review 15 cases that previously were closed, including the Burisma case. This does not yet mean Ukraine is opening a new investigation involving Burisma or the Bidens.​

More from FOX: Ukraine top prosecutor says Biden-linked Burisma case will be reviewed
 
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It's not "the" Ukraine anymore than it's the England or the China.

Other than that, Solomon oughta check his sources. An October 4, 2019 story, and there's a bunch of stories like this one:

Ukraine top prosecutor says
Biden-linked Burisma case will be reviewed
Ukraine’s top prosecutor said Friday that his office is "conducting an audit" of cases that have been previously investigated and closed, including the probe involving the energy giant Burisma, where Hunter Biden had served on the board.​
Ruslan Ryaboshapka, the country's prosecutor general, said at a news conference that his office was instructed to review cases that have been closed, fragmented or investigated to make sure they were fairly and thoroughly handled. He said no one attempted to influence him to make the call.​
“We are now reviewing all the cases which were closed, fragmented or investigated earlier in order to make a decision on cases where illegal procedural decisions were taken,” he said.​
The office plans to review 15 cases that previously were closed, including the Burisma case. This does not yet mean Ukraine is opening a new investigation involving Burisma or the Bidens.​

More from FOX: Ukraine top prosecutor says Biden-linked Burisma case will be reviewed
Either way the investigation was being done before Trump supposedly asked for one.
 
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Of course.
Who knew about this?
If Solomon's reporting is correct, and the U.S. government was fully aware of the NABU's intention to investigate Biden and Burisma, the question arises: Did the whistleblower who flagged Trump's call with Zelensky know about it? Was it intentionally omitted from the complaint, or was the whistleblower ignorant of the situation?

"A month later, in April, the prosecutor's office — open-source intelligence, again — the U.S. government officials confirming they were aware of this — made a request of another investigative agency in Ukraine for assistance in going through these bank records," Solomon said on "Hannity." "That is a significant change in the timeline — it was omitted from the whistleblower's complaint, and the question is did he not know it or did he exclude it because it didn't fit the narrative he was trying to write."