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Survivor contestant was one of a number of pretty women hired by ex British spy to discredit national security adviser H.R. McMaster and go on fake dates with FBI agents and State Dept staff to record them disparaging Trump

British spy recruited by Erik Prince ran 'honeypot ops' with female spies to discredit

A Russian-born former professional poker player who competed on the 2016 series of Survivor was one of a number of women recruited by a former MI6 agent to try and trick Donald Trump's 'enemies'. Anna Khait (center) on Thursday night defended her 'honeytrap' role, for which she is believed to have been paid thousands of dollars to film State Department officials undercover on fake dates. She tweeted: 'Investigative journalism requires investigation. I know that's hard for fake news to comprehend.' Khait was recruited by a British intelligence agent, Richard Seddon, who was working with Blackwater founder Erik Prince, The New York Times reported. Seddon and Prince interviewed the women at Prince's family's ranch in Wyoming, asking them about their political and social beliefs before teaching them undercover techniques. Their targets included Trump's then-national security adviser H.R. McMaster, who in 2017 had reportedly described Trump at a business dinner as an 'idiot' with the common sense of 'a kindergartener'. Glamorous Texas journalist, Tarah Price, was paid $10,000 to try to seduce the former lieutenant general in the Army into admitting his true feelings about Trump while she wore a hidden camera.

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Adam Schiff says Trump broke rules brought in after Watergate when DoJ secretly seized Apple data from him and US House Intel Committee colleague Eric Swalwell to find Russia investigation leaker

Justice Department prosecutors seized metadata records from Apple for accounts belonging to Rep. Adam Schiff and other members of the House Intelligence Committee. Prosecutors investigating the leaks of classified information from early in the Trump administration subpoenaed Apple and seized the data of at least a dozen people tied to the committee in 2017 and early 2018. The seized data ultimately did not tie members of the House Intelligence Committee to leaks to the press regarding contacts between associates of Donald Trump and Russia.

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The former President of the United States trusts Russia. When people say who they are, believe them. No (former) elected official should put out an infantile release (that they think is clever) & praise an enemy...and undercut a sitting President before a meeting with that enemy
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Former US president says he still trusts Russia more than the government he once led.
 
 
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6 hours ago, Bogie56 said:

Adam Schiff says Trump broke rules brought in after Watergate when DoJ secretly seized Apple data from him and US House Intel Committee colleague Eric Swalwell to find Russia investigation leaker

Justice Department prosecutors seized metadata records from Apple for accounts belonging to Rep. Adam Schiff and other members of the House Intelligence Committee. Prosecutors investigating the leaks of classified information from early in the Trump administration subpoenaed Apple and seized the data of at least a dozen people tied to the committee in 2017 and early 2018. The seized data ultimately did not tie members of the House Intelligence Committee to leaks to the press regarding contacts between associates of Donald Trump and Russia.

Am sure nothing will be done about it by Garland......

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The former President of the United States trusts Russia. When people say who they are, believe them. No (former) elected official should put out an infantile release (that they think is clever) & praise an enemy...and undercut a sitting President before a meeting with that enemy
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That's our DUMPY!!! No one is listening, DUMP! Go TAKE ONE!

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'I considered pulling the fire alarm': Trump's Russia adviser Fiona Hill says she was so alarmed at his behavior during his 2018 press conference with Putin that she looked for ways to end it 

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Fiona Hill, who served as Donald Trump's top Russian adviser, said she considered pulling a fire alarm or faking a medical emergency to end the then-president's 2018 press conference with Vladimir Putin.  'My initial thought was just 'how can I end this?' I literally did have it in my mind the idea of faking some kind of medical emergency and throwing myself backwards with a loud curdling scream into the media,' she said.  And she told CNN: 'I looked around to see if there was a fire alarm but we were in a rather grand building attached to the Finnish palace that the Finnish president lent to us for the occasion. And I couldn't see anything that resembled a fire alarm.'

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Kremlin papers appear to show Putin’s plot to put Trump in White House

Exclusive: Documents suggest Russia launched secret multi-agency effort to interfere in US democracy

 

Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump at the G-20 summit in Hamburg in 2017Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump. The documents appear to confirm the Kremlin possesses compromising material on Trump. Photograph: Evan Vucci/AP

 
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Vladimir Putin personally authorised a secret spy agency operation to support a “mentally unstable” Donald Trump in the 2016 US presidential election during a closed session of Russia’s national security council, according to what are assessed to be leaked Kremlin documents.

The key meeting took place on 22 January 2016, the papers suggest, with the Russian president, his spy chiefs and senior ministers all present.

 

They agreed a Trump White House would help secure Moscow’s strategic objectives, among them “social turmoil” in the US and a weakening of the American president’s negotiating position.

Russia’s three spy agencies were ordered to find practical ways to support Trump, in a decree appearing to bear Putin’s signature.

By this point Trump was the frontrunner in the Republican party’s nomination race. A report prepared by Putin’s expert department recommended Moscow use “all possible force” to ensure a Trump victory.

Western intelligence agencies are understood to have been aware of the documents for some months and to have carefully examined them. The papers, seen by the Guardian, seem to represent a serious and highly unusual leak from within the Kremlin.

The Guardian has shown the documents to independent experts who say they appear to be genuine. Incidental details come across as accurate. The overall tone and thrust is said to be consistent with Kremlin security thinking.

The Kremlin responded dismissively. Putin’s spokesman Dmitri Peskov said the idea that Russian leaders had met and agreed to support Trump in at the meeting in early 2016 was “a great pulp fiction” when contacted by the Guardian on Thursday morning.

The report – “No 32-04 \ vd” – is classified as secret. It says Trump is the “most promising candidate” from the Kremlin’s point of view. The word in Russian is perspektivny.

There is a brief psychological assessment of Trump, who is described as an “impulsive, mentally unstable and unbalanced individual who suffers from an inferiority complex”.

 

There is also apparent confirmation that the Kremlin possesses kompromat,or potentially compromising material, on the future president, collected – the document says – from Trump’s earlier “non-official visits to Russian Federation territory”.

The paper refers to “certain events” that happened during Trump’s trips to Moscow. Security council members are invited to find details in appendix five, at paragraph five, the document states. It is unclear what the appendix contains.

“It is acutely necessary to use all possible force to facilitate his [Trump’s] election to the post of US president,” the paper says.

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This is a very long article and it goes into detail about exactly how the Russians planned on influencing the 2016 election through social media and to help elect Donald Trump.  Got to the Guardian to read the entire thing.

 

 

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