On the eve of Trump’s visit to Putin, Mueller drops a conspiracy indictment against a dozen Russian military officers (aka witches) for doing what they did in 2016. “Congressional candidate” mentioned, and someone who may be Roger Stone Read it: https://bit.ly/2ustufe Read more from Politico "…on or about July 27, 2016, the Conspirators attempted after hours to spearphish for the first time email accounts at a domain … used by Clinton's personal office." https://t.co/CVxOTdX6Vn Here's what Trump said on July 27, 2016. (h/t @KenDilanianNBC) pic.twitter.com/rVWc3jybpK — Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 13, 2018 DNC: "This is not a witch hunt and it is certainly not a joke … It's long past time for him and his allies in the Republican Party to stop…
Senate panel agrees with Intel agencies: Russia pushed for Trump victory in 2016
From Reuters: WASHINGTON – A Senate Intelligence Committee report released on Tuesday supports three U.S. intelligence agencies’ conclusion that Russia tried to help Donald Trump win the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The Republican-led committee’s finding suggests the panel continues to conduct a bipartisan inquiry into the issue amid political rancor between Republicans and Democrats on allegations that Moscow interfered in the election. “The Committee finds that the overall judgments issued in the ICA were well-supported and the tradecraft was strong.” Read the Report
Trump needs to know: Is AG Jeff Sessions part of Deep State?
Today, on Twitter, Donald Trump strongly (as in all caps) suggests his hand-picked Attorney General, Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions, is a disgrace to his presidency. At this point, a legal question: Can an attorney general be flipped? Or is Trump trying to prove he’s not obstructing justice by being so bad at it?
Julian Assange has deleted his Twitter account
It’s gone. Deleted. Not suspended. Just not there. Gizmodo has the most on it right now: For reasons unknown, the official Twitter account of Julian Assange, the leader of disgraced transparency organization Wikileaks, has been deleted. The Internet Archive—or someone availing themselves of its services—appears to have been preserving snapshots of Assange’s account once every hour since September 18th of this year. Based on that information, it’s likely the @JulianAssange account was deleted between 4am and 5am GMT.