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    The tactic is to keep repeating the lie until evidence proves the lie, then backtrack.

    Corey Lewandowski, the former campaign manager for President Donald Trump, said on Tuesday night that he now remembers receiving an email from Carter Page about a trip to Moscow despite claiming in March that he did not grant Page permission to take the trip.
    Page told the House Intelligence Committee last week that he informed Lewandowski in an email about his plans to travel to Moscow in July 2016. Page said that Lewandowski approved of the trip as long as Page did not go as a representative of the Trump campaign.
    Back in March, Lewandowski distanced himself from Page when the former campaign adviser first claimed that the Trump campaign had approved the Moscow trip. Lewandowski told Fox News in March that he had never met Page and told USA Today that he did not grant anyone permission to travel to Russia.

    Drain The Swamp!

    Is This Thing On?

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    Originally Posted by MattACaster : *Runs 2 blocks down the street to Guitar Center, grabs detuned Schecter off the wall, plugs into Line6 Spider and proceeds to bring teh brootalz*


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      Carter Page could prove to be the unraveling of this whole administration.
      There's enough in this post; not the whole post; just the bolded text of the post to make The Big Guy sweat.
      source In January 2017, Page's name appeared repeatedly in a leaked Donald Trump–Russia dossier containing contract intelligence from former British Intelligence operative Christopher Steele. The dossier contained unsubstantiated allegations of close interactions between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.[30][31][32][33] In January 2017, Page was under investigation by the FBI, CIA, NSA, ODNI, and FinCEN. He has denied wrongdoing.[34]
      In February 2017, Page stated that he had not met with Russian officials in 2016 but two days later he appeared to contradict himself and stated that he did not deny news reports that he had met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio the same year.
      In October 2017, Page said he would not cooperate with requests to appear before Intelligence Committee and would assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.[35]]
      On November 2, 2017, Page testified to the U.S. House Intelligence Committee that he informed Jeff Sessions that he was traveling to Russia to give a speech in July 2016.[38] Sessions was an advisor on national security to the Trump campaign, and after Trump won, he nominated Sessions to serve as United States Attorney General.[39] Page's testimony was contrary to Sessions' testimony during his confirmation hearings in January and February 2017, in which he denied any knowledge of anyone from the Trump campaign interacting with anyone from Russia.[39] On November 3, Page admitted to having met with Russian government officials during this trip, and his subsequent post-meeting report via email to at least one member of the Trump campaign.[40] Page's testimony contradicted the claims of Trump and his associates that no one from the campaign met with Russian officials or had any dealings with them in the months leading up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election. On November 6, Page admitted that as part of his July 2016 trip to Russia, he met with Arkady Dvorkovich, Russia's Deputy Prime Minister.[45] He also indicated that in addition to sending the email summary of the meeting to more than one official of the Trump campaign, he signed a nondisclosure agreement when joining the campaign, which was requested by Sam Clovis, the campaign co-chairman.

      To you I'm an atheist; but to God, I'm the Loyal Opposition.


      • Tom Hicks
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        Smells Like Teen Spirit. I mean collusion...