Dems hammer the trump card for its openness to foreign campaign of intel, to remain silent on Clinton, DNC-range

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The media and Trump wage political struggle; ‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz weighs in.

Prominent Democrats expressed outrage Wednesday after President Trump confessed he would be willing to listen to the political opposition research by foreign players-also, as you will not condemn Democrats, including representatives from Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC), for the financing of the creation of the anti-trump, “Steele dossier” by a former British spy.

Trump told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that he made contact with the FBI, if such an approach was. Video from the interview to the public the evening went on Wednesday.

“I think I would want to hear. … I think you might want to listen to, there is nothing wrong with listening,” Trump said. “It is not interference, you have information, I think I would take it,” Trump said. “If I thought there was something wrong, then I would maybe to the FBI, if I thought there was something wrong.”

Some scholars have argued that the campaign Finance law bars U.S. campaigns from knowingly or collection of information from foreign actors. Other prominent law professors counter, unless such information constitutes a market-quantifiable “thing of value”, there are some restrictions on the sharing or searching for information.


UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh, for example, has said that any attempt by the criminalization of the mere exchange of information between the US-advised campaigns and foreign actors could be in conflict, the First Amendment. This particular area of the law, he noted, is not worked out particularly well.

Nevertheless, top Democrats Trump discharged almost immediately after the video surfaced online.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, – 2020-a candidate for the office, tweeted: “It is time for Congress to begin impeachment hearings.”

Joe Biden wrote, “President Trump is, once again, welcome foreign interference in our elections. This is not about politics. It is a threat to our national security. An American President should not try, your help and abet those who are trying to undermine democracy.”

“This is just the latest example of what said Vice-President Biden, when he said that Mr. Trump is an existential threat to our country,” the anti-Trump, a former Director of the CIA, John Brennan, wrote on Twitter. “‘Unfit to be President’ is a gross understatement. @realDonaldTrump is unworthy of any public office, and all Americans should be horrified.”

Over wrote the Virginia Democrat Rep. Don Beyer: “trombone blew away ‘no collusion,” he is broadcasting his willingness to receive the help of a hostile foreign power in 2020. He is not happy that his son says to the FBI about the Russian help, and he wouldn’t call you in 2020. Yes, we absolutely need a law enforcement investigation.”

Beyer, in may, was the first Virginia Democrat, for the trump of the prosecution. Other political commentators have shared his dim view of Trump’s comments.

“Trump goes on TV to advertise, the foreign agreements,” wrote the New York magazine’s Jonathan Chait.

“Entirely predictable,” said CNN contributor Amanda Carpenter. “Don’t let people get it yet? Trump is always the way with the campaign Finance crimes, collusion attempts, and disability. Now. As we speak. Why should he change? Bullies bully until someone with courage, intelligence, and, perhaps, forcing them to retreat.”

But the conservatives pointed out that these Democrats and commentators were completely silent on the numerous episodes of apparent high-level Democrat-political relations, foreign agents and actors.

For example, Beyer, Brennan, and other non-level similar accusations against Democrats at the beginning of may, when Ukraine is written to the message that a DNC insider reached in the year 2016, the information about President of the Trump campaign.


Ambassador Valeriy Chaly, said, DNC contractor, Alexandra Chalupa pushed for the Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko is to say nothing of Paul Manafort connections in Ukraine to the public during a visit to the United States, and sought detailed financial information about its operations in the country, reported the hill. At the time, Manafort trump campaign chairman.

“The Embassy got to know Mrs Chalupa, because their confrontation with the Ukrainian and other Diaspora in Washington DC, and not in their DNC-capacity. We have learned about your DNC-participation later,” Chaly said in a statement, the Ukrainian Embassy. “We were surprised to see that Alexandra’s interest in Mr Paul Manafort case. It was their own thing. The Embassy representatives clearly refused to get involved, in any way, as we are convinced that this is a purely national matter.”

The Ukrainian Embassy confirmed the comments to Fox News, but disputed the suggestion that Chalupa was looking for “dirt” on the trombone, and she said she was worried about the roll on Manafort, due to his previous work in the country — and said that you ask for all materials from the Embassy.

But earlier this year, the Ukraine Prosecutor-General Yurii Lutsenko, a probe was opened into the so-called “black ledger” – files that led to Manafort the abrupt departure of the Trump campaign. The investigation began after an unearthed audio recording showed that a senior Ukrainian Anti-corruption official apparently admitted to leaking Manafort financial information in 2016-including its binding to the pro-Russian actors in Ukraine, is a benefit to Clinton.

Ukrainian law enforcement authorities have said they have a whole bunch of evidence for a cooperation, and misconduct on the part of Democrats, and to share that you have tried this information with US officials in the justice Department. A Ukrainian court decided recently that the Manafort leak amounted to illegal interference in the US election.

Christopher Steele allegedly questioned by the FBI about the anti-agrees-Trump-dossier

The former Clinton pollster Mark Penn said, anyone who reads the dossier will know what a ‘joke’ it was.

Trump and his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, got extra attention, Biden comments is to admit that, as vice president, he has placed successfully pressure on Urkaine to fire their top-Prosecutor-was at the same time, the Prosecutor, the investigation of a company in which his son had a substantial financial interest.

In addition, Republicans have pressed for answers to the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC role in the emergence of the infamous Steele dossier, written by a British ex-spy Christopher Steele. The Clinton campaign and the DNC, through the opposition research company, Fusion GPS, financed by the dossier preparation by a foreign national.

An important source for Steele, an ex-Russian secret service officer, according to the notes which through The hills and written by the Ministry of justice official Bruce ear. was “Much of the collection on the Trump campaign, the relations to Russia from the former Russian intelligence officer (? it is not clear), lives in the USA,” ear wrote.

There are references to the “obvious collusion of the Democrats had by [Fusion GPS-founder] Glenn Simpson, and by the Fusion of GPS that you can talk directly to Russia,” California Republican Rep. Devin Nunes of The hills told.

Carter Page, one-time adviser to then-candidate Donald Trump, addresses the audience during a presentation in Moscow, Russia, Dec. 12, 2016.

The FBI went on to quote the dossier, you will receive a secret surveillance guarantee monitor former Trump aide Carter page. A number of problems with the Steele dossier reliability surfaced, including some issues that were brought to the FBI’s attention before it cited the dossier in its FISA application and the subsequent renewal. Special Counsel Robert Müller ‘ s report made it clear that, for example, then-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen travels to Prague, with Russian hackers looking to access Democrat files, such as the dossier claims.

Müller was also not justified in the position that the dossier of the claims, the page it had a large payment in connection with the sale of one share of Rosneft, a Russian oil giant.


Nunes, in a letter to Trump, highlighted the possible involvement of foreign intelligence services in this effort.

Nunes may, cited by 19 article in the Telegraph with the title “Theresa May’ s spy chiefs were informed about the explosive Christopher Steele dossier in front of Donald Trump.” The report said the heads of MI5 and MI6 and top adviser was said about Steele’s slippery notes on the Trump campaign after his 2016 election victory-in front of the Trump was made aware of.

Nunes, said the article raised “important questions about the possible role that can be played foreign officials in the dissemination of the dossier’s false allegations and what action you have taken in response to the allegations.”

Fox News’ Mike ‘ Arroyo and Liam Quinn contributed to this report.

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