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Clapper: Mueller couldn't find "active collusion" but there was "passive collusion"

FILE 2016: Then-Director of the National Intelligence James Clapper speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington.            (The Associated Press) Former Director of James Clapper's National Intelligence on Thursday said that there was "passive collusion" between the Trump campaign and Russia despite Special Counsel Robert Mueller's findings that conclude there was no conspiracy. Clapper initiated the foundation of the Russia probe, …

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Comment: If Congress wants the unredacted Mueller report, here's how to get it

The Justice Department has announced that it will deliver special report Robert Mueller's report to Congress and the public on Thursday morning, but with editorials of grand jury information (and other categories of information) that leave countless gaps in our understanding of what Mueller revealed. Many commentators have suggested that Congress's only mechanism to secure a non-edited report is to …

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Late night reacts to the release of the Mueller report

"Say what you want about this president, he has Americans reading again," Kimmel said on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday night Kimmel said that the most explosive part of the report was when the president said that the appointment of Mueller would be the end of his presidency and that he was "f *** ed." [19659002] "Of course, he …

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George Conway calls Trump a cancer that needs to be removed in blowing op-ed

George Conway, the husband of the White House Adviser Kellyanne Conway and a tough critic of President Trump, wrote a Washington Post contract calling Trump a "Presidency Cancer" and urged Congress to take action to remove him from office. After 22 months, an edited version of Specialist Robert Mueller's Russia's interference report was made to the public. The report showed …

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Muslims seek to increase activism in state amid trump attacks

As President Trump's attacks against one of the first Muslim women to serve in Congress continue to recruit, dozens of Muslims gathered in the sunlit this week to carry a basic message to lawmakers: "American Muslims belong here , and we're not going anywhere. ” That was how Nazia Ashraful, government affairs director of the Massachusetts chapter of the American-Islamic …

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You get life in jail to stab police at Michigan airport

Breaking News Emails Get urgent news alerts and special reports. The news and the stories that play a role, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE April 19, 2019, 2:10 GMT Av Reuters FLINT, Mich. – A Tunisian man was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday to stab a police officer at Flint, Michigan airport, a decision that a federal judge said …

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Bobcat attacks golfers on a Connecticut course

The seizures occurred in the Baltic Sea, a small town near the Rhodeland state line. The golfer was injured on the Mohegan Sun Golf Course and the horse in a home nearby. At the end of the 1960s, the golfer was near the seventh hole when he attacked. "It jumped on the back. He could fight off with a golf …

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Mueller had everything he needed to load Trump with obstruction, but didn't

And he found it on several fronts. But he did not make a decision as to whether the matter should be brought. Mueller's report Thursday went through the unpleasant detail of evidence in the obstruction of justice and legal analysis and repeatedly how prosecutors had enough to meet the legal threshold for a case against Trump. The Special Council examined …

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Trump bad aides to help find Clinton's "missing" emails

<p content = "WASHINGTON – President Trump personally directed his advisers and contacts to help find former Prime Minister Hillary Clinton's" missed "30,000 emails, according to Specialist Robert Mueller's report & nbsp ; his investigation into Russian mediation in the presidential election in 2016. "WASHINGTON – President Trump personally led his advisers and contacts to help find former Prime Minister …

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