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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Donald Trump Jr attacks Anderson Cooper's handling of Democratic debate

Donald Trump Jr. attacked Anderson Cooper's handling of the Democratic debate last night after the CNN anchor claimed the president's claims against Joe and Hunter Biden were 'false.'

Cooper prefaced a question to Biden during last night's debate in Ohio, by saying that there was 'no evidence of wrongdoing' by either Joe or Hunter Biden.

It referred to Hunter's tenure at gas company Burisma and Trump's accusation that his father, then Vice President, had urged the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor for Burisma's benefit. The Bidens deny wrongdoing but it remains to be seen whether Trump's charge is true.

In response, Don Jr. took to Twitter to declare Cooper was 'the DNC's MVP so far for the night covering for #QuidProJoe even when Hunter Biden said they talked about it. Would be nice if they called out the BS once in a while.'


Democrats Ratchet Up Impeachment Secrecy

Not long ago, House Republicans complained that Democrats imposed excessive secrecy on interviews conducted as part of the drive to impeach President Trump. Now, the situation appears to have gotten worse.

The recent interview of Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, marked a new point -- a low point, as Republicans see it -- in Democratic efforts to keep impeachment information out of public view.

In this way: The two previous impeachment interviews -- with former ambassador to the European Union Kurt Volker and intelligence community inspector general Michael Atkinson -- were conducted in the format of what is known as a transcribed interview. Rep. Adam Schiff, who is running the Democratic impeachment effort, decreed that transcripts not be released to the public. At the same time, there were no heavily restrictive rules on what would happen should any member of Congress, acting from memory, reveal things that were said in the interview.

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NEW: Syria ceasefire a ‘great day for civilization’ 

Last night, President Donald J. Trump sent a delegation of senior American officials—including Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien—to Ankara to meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan face-to-face.

And just hours ago, the Administration was able to deliver a major announcement.

“Earlier this week, President Trump took decisive action to call on Turkish forces to stand down, and to end the violence, and to agree to negotiations,” Vice President Pence said during a press conference from Turkey.

  President Trump“Great for everybody. Proud of all!”

“Today, I'm proud to report—thanks to the strong leadership of President Donald Trump and the strong relationship between President Erdogan and Turkey and the United States of America—that today the United States and Turkey have agreed to a cease fire in Syria.”

President Trump’s priorities are clear: American soldiers can no longer be sacrificed in endless wars across the Middle East. That’s one of the most important promises he made to the American people as a candidate, and he will always honor it.

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Schiff Pushed Volker to Say Ukraine Felt Pressure from Trump

“In a secret interview, Rep. Adam Schiff, leader of the House Democratic effort to impeach President Trump, pressed former United States special representative to Ukraine Kurt Volker to testify that Ukrainian officials felt pressured to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter as a result of Trump withholding U.S. military aid to Ukraine,” Byron York writes in the Washington Examiner.

The former Ambassador, however, flat-out denied Schiff’s version of events. “When Volker repeatedly declined to agree to Schiff's characterization of events, Schiff said, ‘Ambassador, you're making this much more complicated than it has to be.’”

It’s becoming clear why Schiff is trying to hide his proceedings behind closed doors.

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“Ivanka Trump’s goal to boost women entrepreneurs in the developing world with an international $2.6 billion fund is taking root,” Paul Bedard writes in the Washington Examiner. “Two years after kicking off the Women’s Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative through the World Bank, [Ms.] Trump on Friday plans to herald its successes.”
“The clear benefits of the USMCA have fueled a growing chorus of support for the agreement — from farmers and ranchers to manufacturers, small business leaders to our largest employers, voters of all political persuasions, and, yes, Democrats and Republicans alike,” former Reps. Rick Boucher (D-VA) and Tom Davis (R-VA) write in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. “We see a nation competing confidently around the globe.”
“President Donald Trump campaigned on a very specific foreign policy. ‘America First’ has its roots in the less-interventionist policies of our Founding Fathers,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) writes in USA Today. “Then-candidate Trump said often that the Iraq War was a mistake, and that we were in too many places for too long. Fast-forward to 2019, and the president is now moving forward to stop the ‘endless wars.’ I stand with him.”

ICE HSI El Paso, USBP identify more than 200 'fraudulent families' in last 6 months

EL PASO, Texas — Unrelated illegal aliens, falsely posing as families from Central and South America, continue to fraudulently circumvent U.S. immigration laws so they will be quickly released into the United States after turning themselves in to U.S. border authorities.
In April 2019, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) began the Family Fraud Initiative in El Paso to identify individuals fraudulently presenting themselves as families when making an asylum claim in order to be released into the United States.
Since inception, this law enforcement initiative has resulted in the following:
  • 238 fraudulent families identified;
  • 329 false documents seized that were used to support fraudulet claims;
  • more than 350 individuals federally prosecuted for various crimes, including human smuggling, making false statements, conspiracy, and illegal re-entry after removal; and
  • 50 individuals identified who have fraudulently claimed to be unaccompanied minors.

Paris zoo debuts mysterious self-healing "blob" that has nearly 720 sexes

It's bright yellow, it has no brain and it can heal itself in just a few minutes. This sounds like something out of a horror film, but the mysterious creature is actually a living organism — and a zoo in Paris is putting it on display.

The Paris Zoological Park announced this week it is unveiling a first-of-its-kind exhibit Saturday featuring a slimy organism called "The Blob." The exhibit will showcase its rarities for the public and allow visitors to learn about the odd creature.

The unicellular mold is known officially as physarum polycephalum, or the "many-headed slime." It has no mouth, stomach, eyes, brain or nervous system, but it can detect and digest food. The zoo said the organism first appeared a billion years ago.


Coast Guard hoists man and two dogs near Smith Island, Maryland

CRISFIELD, MD — The Coast Guard hoisted a man and his dogs two miles south of Smith Island Thursday morning.

Sector Maryland watchstanders received a distress call via VHF-FM radio at approximately 11 p.m. from a recreational boater reporting that his 26-foot sailing vessel had become disabled due to weather conditions near Smith Island.

A Station Crisfield 45-foot Response Boat-Medium boat crew was launched along with an Air Station Atlantic City MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew to assist the man. A Maryland State Trooper helicopter aircrew also arrived to assist and visually confirmed the vessel's location.

The man was hoisted along with his two dogs to Salisbury Regional Airport with no reported injuries.

"This instance highlights the importance of checking the weather prior to leaving for any voyage and continuing to monitor the marine forecast, as weather can change at a moment's notice," said Lt. Alfred Betts, public affairs officer at Sector Maryland. "We greatly appreciate the rapid response and capabilities of our partners with the Maryland State Police, with whom we worked very closely on this case."


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NOI 10/17/19 Wicomico Multi-Unit Dwelling Fire Wailes Streeet

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Date:  October 17, 2019
Time:  10:22 a.m.
Location / Address:  515 Wailes St., Apt. 1, Salisbury, Wicomico Co.
Type of Incident:  Fire
Description of Structure / Property:  Two story wood frame multi-unit dwelling              
Owner / Occupants:  Meghan Schultz (Occupant)
Injuries or Deaths:  None
Estimated $ Loss: Structure:  $5,000                     Contents: $500
Smoke Alarm Status:  Present and activated
Fire Alarm / Sprinkler Status:  n/a
Arrests(s):  None
Primary Responding Fire Department:  Salisbury Fire Department
# of Alarms:  1     # Of Firefighters:  15
Time to Control:  10 minutes
Discovered By:  Second floor occupant
Area of Origin:  First floor kitchen
Preliminary Cause:  Accidental, as a result of an electric heater igniting combustibles
Additional Information:  


Mann To Release Second Ocean City History Book

BERLIN – Trimper’s Rides. Frontier Town. The White Marlin Open. The arson fires of the 1970s.

These are just a few of the places and events featured in local author Bunk Mann’s new book “Ghosts in the Surf.”

Available online and in retail stores by Oct. 26, “Ghosts in the Surf” is a companion to Mann’s first book, “Vanishing Ocean City,” a photo-dominated historical account of the beach town from 1875 to 2014.

“I never thought there would be a second book originally,” he said. “A year or two went by and people started saying, ‘Hey you should do another book.’”


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Biden's Worst Moments From Tuesday's Democratic Debate

Former Vice President Joe Biden was the clear loser of the night, not only rambling his way through responses, and at many points making completely incoherent statements, but failing to give a strong defense of his son, Hunter, over his gig at Burisma while he was vice president overseeing Ukraine policy—an issue he should have been more than prepared to discuss.

Here are some examples of why Biden crashed and burned last night:

1. He largely dodged Anderson Cooper’s question about Hunter, insisting his “son did nothing wrong. I did nothing wrong. I carried out the policy of the United States in rooting out corruption in Ukraine. That’s what we should be focusing on.”


Let's Stop Stealing Time from Children

I saw it happen right before my eyes. During the last year of my pre-mom life I spent one last year in an administrative role in a public school system dealing with the math curriculum for the entire district. Prior to that I was a high school math teacher for some years.

Our district, like every other one around it, ushered in full day kindergarten like a sweeping torrent of rain. And so I sat, plump with baby number one, surrounded by teachers and administrators in several meetings to determine how this extra school time for the five-year-olds would be spent. Mind you, there weren’t any children in the meeting.

Now the kindergarten teachers, they were unanimous and unwavering. Play time and rest. Play time and rest. They echoed each other and they never strayed from this message. With both physical and anecdotal reasoning, the teachers held fast to what they believed the extra time should be used for because that is what the children need. They need station time and recess… and they need a little rest. But if you had to hedge your bets as to what the extra time eventually was allotted to what would be your guess? It was not play time nor rest but academics.


Pelosi strategy questioned after refusing authorization vote on impeachment inquiry

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement that she has no plans to hold a vote to formally approve an impeachment inquiry of President Trump has been met with an outcry from Republicans and the White House who argue the ongoing probe lacks legal authority.

Still, Democrats are continuing to call witnesses with Michael McKinley, former senior adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, appearing Wednesday for a closed-door interview, as the White House resists Democrats’ investigatory efforts based on the House’s refusal to hold a vote.

Meanwhile, legal analysts say that should this clash end up before a judge, House Democrats could have a tricky time in court.


IRS Admits Targeting The Poor Because It's "Easier And Cheaper" Than Auditing The Wealthy

The IRS has announced that it’s “too expensive” to audit the rich. Affluent taxpayers, the 1%, are too well protected from government intrusion. Their tax returns are complex and take more time and more experienced auditors to review them. The IRS then has to pay these more experienced auditors a higher price to audit those larger accounts. It’s become an expensive hassle for them. They encounter resistance from the teams that the affluent have behind them to defend them from the IRS. So, what is their solution?

Target the poor.

It is easier and cheaper for the IRS to go after the working class.

As if the struggling working class in this country doesn’t have enough to deal with, watch out for Big Brother! Because lower-income families have fewer resources to guard their finances, the IRS finds it a “better use of their resources” to target the poor instead of the wealthy. Because the wealthy have the means to fight back against government intrusion aka well-paid attorneys and accountants, the IRS has decided that any effort to monitor the “haves” is not worth their time. They will instead focus on the “have nots,” or the poor working and middle class.

It’s easier and cheaper to go after the poor and audit them. Those who make less money have fewer defenses to combat the IRS and their returns are simpler. It requires less expense and effort from the IRS to go after a much more fragile portion of our economy – the working poor.


Trivia: Kardashians vs. Communists

Please take a moment today to remember fallen Trooper First Class Edward Plank Jr.


Watch: 2019 Stanley Cup Champions come to the White House

The reigning NHL champion St. Louis Blues had one final celebration of their incredible 2019 season yesterday, when they brought the Stanley Cup to the White House at the invitation of President Donald J. Trump.

“These are great champions behind me,” the President said from the Rose Garden.

The Blues have an all-American comeback story. Midway through the season, they were ranked dead last in the NHL. In January, after another devastating lost, the team gathered at a bar in Philadelphia to watch an NFL playoff game. While they were there, the DJ put on the 1982 hit “Gloria.”   

After a round of singing and dancing, the team decided to adopt the song for the remainder of the season, playing it after each win. The next day, the Blues shut out the Philadelphia Flyers. Five months later, they would play it as Stanley Cup champions.

More on the St. Louis Blues’ visit to the White House.

This Is Amazing!

 If you have the time read some of the comments people have left and how many in that area are willing to help.


China, The NBA, And The Massive Face Of Globalism

Let’s get one thing straight. The Chinese people, whether they appear happy or sad, support their government because they’re controlled. After generations of being beaten down, the population bows the head and bends the knee to slave masters. Call that freedom if you want to.

And if you really believe the situation in America is no better than the system in China, even with the amount of censorship alive and well in America, even with the rigging of this economy, try an experiment. Move to China and start publishing articles relentlessly critical of the government there. See what happens. Be sure to leave a copy of your last Will and Testament at home.

When the NBA commissioner and several players talk about loving their Chinese fans, they’re referring to victims of long-term terrorism. And if you press the NBA people on that point, they say, “We just want to play basketball, we just want the games.”

And they want the money.
  • The Nike money,
  • the Chinese money,
  • the television money,
  • the other merchandise money.
  • More Chinese people than Americans watch the NBA playoffs on TV.

Trump to Pelosi as She Stormed Out of Meeting: “Goodbye! We’ll See You at the Polls!”

President Trump savagely trolled House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Wednesday after she threw a tantrum and stormed out of a White House meeting with Trump on Syria.

Pelosi was out of control on Wednesday and made a scene at the White House with her partner-in-crime Senator Chuck Schumer.

President Trump put Pelosi in her place and called her a “third grade politician.”

But he wasn’t done.

A senior Democrat aide said that Trump hit Pelosi again with another zinger as she stood up with Schumer and left the meeting.

“Goodbye, we’ll see you at the polls.” Trump said to Pelosi and Schumer.


Democratic primary debate television ratings cut in half since first debate

The fourth Democratic presidential debate saw a sharp decline in television ratings compared to the party's first one in June.

Tuesday night's debate, which was hosted by CNN and the New York Times, garnered an audience of 8.1 million viewers, according to early Nielsen Media Research. It was the smallest viewership for a presidential debate this election cycle when factoring in that some debates were aired across multiple platforms. CNN did, however, share in a statement that 9.2 million viewers streamed the debate via a number of platforms.

The first presidential debate of this cycle, which was on NBC, MSNBC, and Telemundo, took place on June 26 and 27, and each night featured 10 candidates. That first night had approximately 15 million viewers. The next night, which featured the viral moment of California Sen. Kamala Harris confronting former Vice President Joe Biden, had an even larger audience of 18 million people.


Poll Shows 74% Support Aerial Surveillance in Baltimore

(TNS) — As leading business and religious groups consider whether to endorse the return of crime-fighting surveillance planes above Baltimore, a poll commissioned by a prominent local pastor shows strong support for the initiative among city residents.

Backers funded the survey to gauge sentiment on the planes as violent crime remains stubbornly high, skepticism lingers from the secretive rollout of surveillance flights in 2016 and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison has said there’s insufficient evidence of the planes’ effectiveness.

The Rev. Alvin Hathaway Sr., senior pastor of Union Baptist Church in Upton and a member of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s board of directors, said he used a $40,000 grant from the Abell Foundation to commission the poll by Hart Research Associates. He said he had been hearing community members express support for such surveillance and wanted to be “a little bit more factual” in determining whether interest was widespread.


$59 trillion over a decade: Analysis finds health spending would rise, not fall, under 'Medicare for all'

A new analysis suggests that the "Medicare for all" idea backed by Democratic presidential candidates Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen.Elizabeth Warren would raise total national health spending by $7 trillion over a decade.

The analysis, from the Urban Institute, undercuts the argument by "Medicare for all" supporters who say providing a single public plan would save the United States money. It comes as Warren has been under pressure to detail how she would fund the healthcare overhaul, which would put everyone living in the U.S. on a government plan.

The analysis, coupled with an extensive healthcare reform study funded by the Commonwealth Fund, finds that while "Medicare for all" would leave no one uninsured, over a decade it would increase government spending by $34 trillion while overall healthcare spending would climb to $59 trillion.


Megyn Kelly calls on NBC News to have 'outside investigator' look into shocking allegations at network

In her first televised interview since leaving NBC News last year, Megyn Kelly called for an "outside investigator" to look into the shocking allegations levied against the Peacock Network.

Speaking to Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night in a return to Fox News, Kelly said: "There needs to be an outside investigation into this company. They investigated themselves. That doesn't work."

In his new book, "Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators," Pulitzer-winning journalist Ronan Farrow detailed the resistance he says he faced from his former bosses at NBC News while reporting on disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein. The book exposed several allegations against former NBC anchor Matt Lauer. Farrow contends top executives knew about the accusations longer than they claimed and were intent on quashing allegations of sexual misconduct by Weinstein and simultaneously keeping a lid on claims against Lauer.


School-To-Prison-Pipeline Exposed As 30,000 Kids Under Age 10 Arrested Since 2013

Arrests of children have skyrocketed over the last decade according to the latest statistics published by the FBI. Gone are the days of sending children to the principal’s office for a paddling. Now children as young as 6 are getting arrested in Police State USA.

The statistics, complied from 2013 to 2018, revealed more than 30,000 children under the age of 10 have been arrested, averaging more than six thousand kids per year. Equally disturbing is students 10-12 years of age topped 266,000.

In the past, students and children were disciplined with consequences such as time out and paddling. As more and more schools replace handling things internally with external police state options like school resource officers, children are ending up with arrest records and their fingerprints stored in databases.

Often referred to as the “school to prison pipeline”, the principal players in the funneling of kids from school to jail are the school resource officers (SROs), and it’s got parents at their wits end.

Fortunately, the number of students arrested year to year are on the decline from 2014 until now. ABC News writes:
While the FBI’s latest crime report released on Monday shows the numbers of children arrested under the age of 10 have continue to gradually declining in the past five years from a high in 2014 of 6,458 to 3,501 in 2018, experts say it is still too many.

BOOM! Trump Trolls Unhinged “Nervous Nancy” Pelosi After her Public Meltdown in Oval Office!

Congressional Democrats walked out of a White House meeting on Syria with President Trump on Wednesday.

Pelosi’s behavior was “unbecoming” according to Rep. McCarthy and the President responded to her by hammering the House Speaker, calling her a “third grade politician.”

Initial reports claimed Trump called Pelosi a “third rate politician,” however it was later corrected to accurately report that he called her a ‘third grade politician.”

Prior to the meeting, the House passed a resolution opposing President Trump’s decision to pull US troops out of Northern Syria.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) threw a tantrum and stormed out of the meeting, according to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).


AWKWARD: Barack Obama Endorses Justin Trudeau Ahead of Canada’s Election – Ignores Joe Biden

Barack Obama on Wednesday inserted himself into Canada’s election and gave far-left Prime Minister Justin “Blackface” Trudeau an unusual endorsement.

“I was proud to work with Justin Trudeau as President. He’s a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change. The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term,” Barack Obama said in a tweet.
I was proud to work with Justin Trudeau as President. He's a hard-working, effective leader who takes on big issues like climate change. The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term.

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 16, 2019

Proposed bill would make Bible courses a requirement in public schools

FORT MYERS, Fla. - A new proposed bill would make Bible courses a requirement in public schools in the state of Florida. Current state law says it's okay to offer Bible classes, but it's not a requirement.

House Bill 341, if passed, would give students a chance to learn about the new testament and old testament in the Bible.

While it doesn't require students to take the class, it is stirring up a strong debate on both sides of the issue.


Public University Gives Chinese Communists Funding, Exclusive Rights to Intellectual Concepts

In the midst of a human rights crisis and violent pro-democracy manifestations in China, Judicial Watch has obtained records that expose a troubling partnership between a public American university and the Chinese Communists at the heart of the abuses. The records show that the University of Arizona (UA), a taxpayer-funded institution with an enrollment of about 44,000, paid $100,000 to launch a Confucius Institute on its Tucson campus more than a decade ago and subsequently dedicated nearly $2 million and other public resources to keep it going.

Confucius Institutes were founded by the Chinese government and are managed by China’s Ministry of Education to spread Communist ideas. FBI Director Christopher Wray has warned in congressional testimony that Confucius Institutes provide a platform to disseminate Chinese Communist Party propaganda, encourage censorship and restrict academic freedom.

Yet dozens of universities throughout the U.S. have erected Confucius Institutes in the last few years, though many have closed over national security concerns and pressure from the Trump administration. This year the U.S. government finally upped the ante, threatening to withhold generous Department of Defense (DOD) language program funding to schools with Confucius Institutes. UA is among the campuses that reportedly will shut down its Confucius Institute at the end of the year to keep its DOD money, but the school’s longtime support for the Communist program cannot be erased from the ledgers.


Ken Starr: ‘Nothing Close to an Impeachable Offense by Trump’

Former special counsel during the Bill Clinton impeachment years says there's something 'profoundly wrong' with Democrats' lack of transparency

Ken Starr, the former special counsel who oversaw Bill Clinton’s impeachment in the late 1990s, is concerned about what he says is a “raw power move” by House Democrats against President Donald Trump.

Starr appeared on Fox News recently. He said the American public should have open access to everything that’s going on “impeachment-wise” with the president — the person they duly elected.

Why all the secrecy?

“Let the public assess … The House is given the sole power to impeach, not a committee and not the speaker. I think this is something that every American should be concerned about … that the speaker is not calling for a vote.”

“It tells me that this is a very unorthodox, un-traditional procedure and they should stop it,” Starr said during the interview, which Trump then re-tweeted on Monday.

Starr went on to say that there is something “profoundly wrong” with the Democrats’ lack of transparency, and added that nothing President Trump has done is even remotely close to an “impeachable offense.”

And he should know.


Somalis have Changed Minneapolis

Everyone not lying to themselves predicted when the federal government under Bill Clinton – aided and abetted by Lutheran Social Services, Catholic Charities and World Relief Minnesota -- plopped 30,000 Somalis down into the midst of the kind, virtue-signaling, eager-to-help Midwesterners of Minneapolis (of which I am one) that it would lead to some grave consequences for our community.

Now, due to continuing refugee placements as well as chain migration there are an estimated 80,000 Somalis living in the Twin Cities metro area, or more like 79,000 if you subtract those who’ve left the country to join terrorist organizations like ISIS.

Anyhoo, here’s a week Minneapolitans had with their Somali neighbors last month:

On Wednesday, May 15th a couple of University students were attacked on campus at the East Bank Train station by two Somali thugs. It was an attempted robbery that the guys rebuffed sustaining injuries that required a hospital visit.

On Thursday, May 16th two Somalis burned down the pavilion at Lake Calhoun [or Lake Bde Maka Ska if you’re a virtue signaler) an eating and hanging out meeting place in the heart of the city enjoyed by generations of Americans around the prettiest city lake you’ve ever seen. This is in the most expensive neighborhood in Minneapolis.

More here

Trump accuses Obama of election 'corruption' as DOJ reviews Russia investigation origins

President Trump said he believes a string of "corruption" in the 2016 election leads all the way up to former President Barack Obama.

After admitting to not being privy to the latest findings in Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham's inquiry into the origins of Russia investigation, Trump said, "I just know that our country is looking into the corruption of the 2016 election."

"There was a lot of corruption. Maybe it goes right up to President Obama. I happen to think it does," Trump added.


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