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White House Limited Access To Call With Saudi Crown Prince After Khashoggi Murder: Report

One can only imagine.

One can only imagine.
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2 comments on “White House Limited Access To Call With Saudi Crown Prince After Khashoggi Murder: Report

  1. I am shocked to learn there is gambling going on in here.

  2. The impeachment train has left the station and is picking up speed.

    Latest developments:

    — The first House Republican, Rep. Mark Amodei, has announced his support for the impeachment inquiry against Trump: “Let’s put it through the process and see what happens.”

    — U.S. Special Envoy for Ukraine Kurt Volker has resigned from his position. (Big deal — he’s decided he’s not going down with this sinking ship.)

    — CNN reporting that White House restricted access to Trump’s calls with Putin and Saudi crown prince Bonesaw.

    — WaPo reporting that Trump told Russian officials in 2017 Oval Office meeting he wasn’t concerned about their 2016 election interference because the US does it as well. It prompted a lockdown of documents describing call.

    — NY Times reporting that Trump asked to meet with the utterly corrupt Wayne LaPierre, head of the NRA, a terrorist organization, to see if the NRA would help pay for his impeachment defense. LaPierre said yes so long as Trump agreed to slow-walk and/or veto any gun reform legislation coming out of Congress. (That’s an impeachable offense.)

    — Rudy Giuliani has canceled a paid appearance next week at a Kremlin-backed conference. (You can’t make this stuff up!)

    — HuffPo reporting that Karen Pence reportedly refused to kiss husband Mike Pence on election night, telling him: “You got what you wanted, Mike. Leave me alone.”


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