Category Archives: Jurisprudence

#TrumpRussia … Ron Wyden drops a hold, Treasury gives up documents, and Why was money connected to Putin pouring into Trump projects?

By ann summers Trump-Soho financial documents will now become available to the Senate Intelligence committee, as a Tim O’Brien article in Bloomberg News describes the increased attention of the Special Counsel…following the money. Robert Mueller is examining whether President Donald Trump obstructed … Continue reading

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#TrumpRussia’s Money-Laundering, Politically Exposed Persons include … Trump?

By ann summers “What does count as suspicious behaviour, however, is the White House’s response to the public’s legitimate interest in a political appointee’s previous job, which involved significant dealings with Russia in a context of financial risk. The White … Continue reading

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#TrumpRussia … POTUS45* scrutiny … about collusion

By ann summers Dear @realDonaldTrump: You told Comey “it would be good to find out” if your associates colluded. What if one of them was your son-in-law? https://t.co/Gnd4RO1yMv — Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) June 17, 2017 After 7 months of investigations … Continue reading

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The RNC has new #TrumpRussia talking points for a developing obstruction investigation

 By ann summers ​New GOP talking points have emerged to address news of obstruction in the continuing saga of #TrumpRussia’s sub-drama of executive branch corruption. Like the GOP health plan being drafted in secret, Trump never expected to win, much … Continue reading

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‘No WH Tapes’ means witless tampering … If Trump fires Robert Mueller, it will be game over.

By ann summers Sic Semper Stochastic … the only reliable thing coming is more delaying of justice as it’s within Trump’s ability to pardon his minions as well as firing Mueller even if there’s no viable reason to do it. … Continue reading

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Waive ethics, lose Executive Privilege? … beta King-God-Emperor ߷rump grants President Bannon a boon

By ann summers Like a Mitch McConnell tortoise-hare race, #TrumpRussia moves like Time’s Arrow. PBO issued 16 ethics waivers in eight years. Trump has issued 16 ALREADY. The war room needs more desperate measures as President Bannon tries to access … Continue reading

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Lawfare ahead … pitched battles

  By ann summersLawfare is a form of asymmetric warfare, consisting of using the legal system against an enemy, such as by damaging or delegitimizing them, tying up their time or winning a public relations victory. The word is a … Continue reading

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