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Despite report findings, almost half of Americans think Trump colluded with Russia: Reuters/Ipsos poll

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Collusion was never the only thing. For the last year and a half, we have been looking at the conflicts of interest that pervade President Donald Trump’s administration. That trail has led us from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, to PanamaIndia and, yes, Russia, where we reported on how Trump’s associates appealed to the Kremlin for help at the same time the Kremlin was preparing an attack on the 2016 elections.

 

https://www.wnycstudios.org/shows/trumpinc

 

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I doubt half of Americans know what 'collusion' is or how to spell it.

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I doubt half of Americans know what 'collusion' is or how to spell it.


Or, in this case, even care.

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Despite report findings, almost half of Americans think Trump colluded with Russia

 

And more than half don't believe the official version of 9/11. Obviously just a nation of inveterate sceptics.

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"...Despite report findings, almost half of Americans think Trump colluded with Russia: Reuters/Ipsos poll..."
 
I do not find this poll result surprising; unfortunately, a simple statement by Barr is not and will never be enough to convince many/most people; there is too much cynicism, to much information already released which must be accounted for (and hasn't been), and too much partisanship.
 
There must be public hearings with Mueller testifying; nothing else will satisfy.
 
Period.
 
And, there remain questions regarding the issue of Obstruction of Justice; the case against having charges for that is... inexplicable to me. 
 
Again, there must be public hearings with Mueller testifying; nothing else will satisfy.
 
Period.
 
The whole reason that there is a Special Counsel Law in general and having Mueller personally in that position specifically is to remove the politics from the questions. By not having Mueller testify/answer directly, the questions remain.
 
And, they will continue to remain until he does...
 


Nothing will ever be enough, period.

The orange buffoon must go!!!

Impeach 45 today!!!!
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6 hours ago, Krataiboy said:

Despite report findings, almost half of Americans think Trump colluded with Russia

 

And more than half don't believe the official version of 9/11. Obviously just a nation of inveterate sceptics.

Well we have solid evidence that Illiberals here on TVF do not understand that the Barr letter is not the Mueller report.

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22 minutes ago, chokrai said:

What we do not understand is how anyone over the age of 30 can believe all this Liberal nonsense that the Democrats/CNN have been screaming about for two years. 

 

Perhaps it's because Trump, a U.S. president in name only, fawned over Putin like a submissive schoolboy toady, a shameful and arguably treasonous performance virtually unprecedented in U.S. presidential history.

 

And to match that, a good portion of Trump's former inner circle -- former campaign manager, former deputy campaign manager, former national security advisor, and former longtime personal attorney -- have been prosecuted and pleaded guilty or been found guilty of various illegalities, mostly in connection with pro-Russian interests.

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Perhaps it's because Trump, a U.S. president in name only, fawned over Putin like a submissive schoolboy toady, a shameful and arguably treasonous performance virtually unprecedented in U.S. presidential history.
 
And to match that, a good portion of Trump's former inner circle -- former campaign manager, former deputy campaign manager, former national security advisor, and former longtime personal attorney -- have been prosecuted and pleaded guilty or been found guilty of various illegalities, mostly in connection with pro-Russian interests.


Exactly

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It’s time for another big red Democrat “Reset Button” but this time for Trump!!!!

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Posted (edited)

 

 

"...as it relates to criminal charges...I accept that...

 

...but...just because you are criminally a non-colluder doesn't mean that we don't want to know what evidence Bob Mueller found about efforts you and your team and your family and your business took to work with the Russians.

 

We have a counterintelligence interest for national security reasons...but also a constitutionally equal role to play to understand if that conduct is conduct that we want in a president...

 

...We have to make sure any U.S. person, certainly all the way up to the president...

 

...The president should be taking a victory lap that the best day of his presidency is that he was not charged with a crime...if he still committed offensive conduct that does not meet the conduct we want for our president, Congress has a Constitutional equal role to play to hold him accountable."

 

Here's the same good Congressman on Fox

 

 

Rep. Eric Swalwell‏  @RepSwalwell

"In America, you’re not rewarded with a get out of jail free card if you bury evidence. Getting caught with a shovel in your hands tells us you’ve hidden something important. No one has ever dug a massive hole to only fill it back up with nothing but the same dirt."

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This is hilarious... let's see they ask 500 dems their opinion and get 350 completely wacko responses that have to be thrown out and 150 outrageous responses which are counted. they then factor in margins of error and come to a conclusion of nearly 50% of American's have some opinion. Get real.   fake statistic

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