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    theengel and me just can't get enough Obama!!

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    theengel and me just can't get enough Obama!!
    You must REALLY Like OBAMA The Best

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    Trump has done nothing to stop Russia from meddling in the 2018 midterms

    President Donald Trump has barely acknowledged that Russians meddled in the 2016 presidential election, and now it looks like he’s doing nothing to prevent Moscow from interfering again.


    Adm. Michael Rogers, who leads US Cyber Command, told lawmakers on Tuesday that Trump has yet to direct him to strike Russia’s cyber operations where they start. That means Russian President Vladimir Putin — who directed the campaign to disrupt the last US presidential election — has yet to see any serious repercussions for his country’s actions.


    Worse, there are almost no substantive measures in place to prevent Russia from meddling in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections.

    Trump, Russia, and 2018 midterm elections: Trump won’t stop Moscow from interfering - Vox



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    Second Steele memo alleges Kremlin blocked Romney from becoming Secretary of State

    Remember last year when Trump was considering Mitt Romney to become secretary of state after he was elected? In the end Trump dumped the idea of Romney and Rex Tillerson got the job. Now, a second Steele memo that surfaced in November 2016 reveals that Tillerson might not have really been Trump's idea, but might actually have been a decision made by Trump's boss, the Kremlin.

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    President Trump claimed during a press conference that “Russians had no impacts on our votes whatsoever,” but the intelligence community has not officially concluded one way or the other.


    The intelligence community has concluded that Russia did carry out a sweeping effort to disrupt the 2016 election, but has not made a judgment about whether it affected the result.




    http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/377027-trump-russia-did-not-affect-votes-in-2016

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    What We Know About Efforts to Set Up a Trump-Russia Back Channel
    Despite their insistence that there was “no collusion” with the Kremlin, Trump associates had plenty of secretive interactions with Russians. The Washington Post reported on Wednesday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has evidence that a meeting in the Seychelles days before Donald Trump’s inauguration was an effort to set up a back channel between the Kremlin and the incoming administration. As you may recall, Jared Kushner previously admitted that he discussed the possibility of communicating privately with Moscow during the transition — though he said his goals were innocent, and the link was never established.


    The true nature and purpose of these efforts remain a mystery, but recent reports have shed more light on the push establish a link between Team Trump and the Russians in the months before the president was sworn in. Here’s what we know so far.


    Kushner, Flynn, and Kislyak Discuss Back Channel

    The Push for a Trump-Russia Back Channel: What We Know


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    Re: How Russia hacked the Democrats email

    There’s more to Russia’s cyber interference than the Mueller probe suggests
    An underlying theme running through special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation is that Russia’s ultimate goal was to make sure Donald Trump was elected president. That’s just part of the picture.


    Last month, Mueller’s team released the details of the grand jury indictments of 13 Russian nationals, as well as a shadowy Russian firm known as the Internet Research Agency, for conducting information warfare against the United States and breaking three U.S. federal laws.


    Our research looks at Russian cyber and information warfare activity — and distinct patterns begin to emerge. But this is a nonlinear strategy and a long-term assault on Russia’s adversaries. Although boosting the Trump campaign may have been one of Russia’s primary goals in 2016, the 2020 goal could just as easily be helping the president’s Democratic challenger.


    There’s more to Russia’s cyber interference than the Mueller probe suggests - The Washington Post

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