The future of our constitutionally driven Republic can no longer be assured if the progressive/Democrats have their way in stealing the elections.
Mueller is still trying to prove that President Trump attempted to build a Trump Tower in Moscow which is absolutely untrue. (Source)
Since the great rape of the electoral process by the progressive/Democrats, I’ve become a true believer in the quote above.
Mimi Walters my Congresswoman had her seat stolen from her by a socialist and Marxist, Katie porter.
An Obama follower, can we expect her to offer anything less than his agenda?
The Houston Chronicle
November 30, 2018
Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images
In two major developments this week, President Donald Trump has been labeled in the parlance of criminal investigations as a major subject of interest, complete with an opaque legal code name: “Individual 1.”
Once again the progressive Democrats stole another election, along with Dana Roerbacher’s seat in the House of Representatives.
New evidence from two separate fronts of special counsel Robert Mueller III’s investigation casts fresh doubts on Trump’s version of key events involving Russia, signaling potential political and legal peril for the president.
Investigators have now publicly cast Trump as a central figure of their probe into whether Trump’s campaign conspired with the Russian government during the 2016 campaign.
Together, the documents show investigators have evidence that Trump was in close contact with his lieutenants as they made outreach to both Russia and WikiLeaks – and that they tried to conceal the extent of their activities.
On Thursday, Trump’s longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to Congress when he insisted that Trump was not pursuing plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow after January 2016, casting Trump’s repeated claims that he had no business interests in Russia in a new light.
A draft special counsel document revealed Tuesday also indicates that prosecutors are closely scrutinizing Trump’s interactions with a longtime adviser, Roger Stone, as he was seeking information about WikiLeaks’ plans to release hacked Democratic emails.
Trump, identified as “Individual 1” in Cohen’s guilty plea, was said to have received direct updates from Cohen as he pursued a Moscow Trump Tower project with the Kremlin, up until June 14, 2016.
The president also appears in the draft charging document for Trump ally Jerome Corsi, who allegedly told Stone about WikiLeaks’ plans to release damaging Democratic emails in October of that year because he knew Stone was in “regular contact” with Trump.
In the draft documents, prosecutors sought to have Corsi plead guilty to lying when he said he didn’t know about WikiLeaks’ plans and urging others to visit WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to obtain emails damaging to Democrats.
Trump has given slightly differing accounts of his Moscow business ties over time. In July 2016, he tweeted: “For the record, I have ZERO investments in Russia.” A day later he claimed, “I have nothing to do with Russia.”
In January 2017, he told a reporter: “I have no deals that could happen in Russia, because we’ve stayed away.”
Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said Thursday that the president’s written answers to Mueller about the Moscow project, which he submitted just before Thanksgiving, conforms with Cohen’s version of events. They discussed a project, starting in 2015, continuing into 2016, and it went nowhere, he said.
“The president, as far as he knows, he remembers there was such a proposal for a hotel,” Giuliani said.
“He talked it over with Cohen as Cohen said. There was a nonbinding letter of intent that was sent.
As far as he knows it never came to fruition.
That was kind of the end of it.”
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Alan Dershowitz, a Trump ally and constitutional lawyer, said Cohen’s confessions don’t suggest Trump committed any crime but could suggest that Trump wasn’t telling the public the whole truth about the Moscow deal.
“This is politically damaging, but I’m not sure how legally damaging it is,” Dershowitz said.
“This is all about questionable political behavior.
It’s a good reason for people voting against Trump. But I don’t see a crime yet.”
But Tim O’Brien, a Trump biographer and frequent critic, said the developments pose significant new challenges for the president.
“This is part of the fact pattern that gets to the heart of whether there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin during the campaign,” O’Brien said.
“I think the unforgiving grinding force of the U.S. justice system, which he has tried to undermine since he became president, is encircling him.
I don’t think we know where he will land. But he is certainly mired in something that he is ill-equipped, legally and personally, to handle.”
Some legal experts argued Mueller appears to be drawing a picture of a candidate who was beholden to the Kremlin.
Emails released in the Cohen plea show Trump seeking a financial endorsement from the Russian government on a private project while Russian President Vladimir Putin was offering to say flattering things about Trump.
“It creates the potential for Trump to feel an obligation to pay back President Putin, or Russia in general that . . . do not put the best interests of American forward.”
Kopp said. “You are creating a potential vulnerability for a future leader of America.”
Trump privately stewed as he followed news coverage of Cohen’s plea early Thursday morning, a White House official said.
A Justice official called the White House Counsel’s Office on Wednesday evening to let personnel know that Cohen would be pleading guilty in a case the following day, according to one person with direct knowledge of the notice.
They were not told the details, however, which they learned about shortly before Cohen’s plea Thursday morning.
Giuliani said the president believed the news development was a gratuitous slap from the Mueller team just as he was about to depart the White House for a trip to the Group of 20 summit in Argentina.
In public, Trump was defiant, telling reporters that Cohen was a liar and a “weak person” who would do anything to save himself from fraud charges he faces related to his taxi business.
Speaking before he stepped onto the Marine One helicopter for his trip, he also denigrated Cohen’s intelligence, calling him “not very smart.”
“He was convicted of various things unrelated to us,” Trump said.
“He’s a weak person, and what he’s trying to do is get a reduced sentence.
So he’s lying about a project that everybody knew about.
I mean, we were very open with it.”
He questioned the scrutiny of the Moscow project.