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Julia Davis
Julia Davis, M.S.— Investigative Journalist, bylines in , . Russian Media Analyst, featured expert .
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Julia Davis 3h
So true.
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Amy Fiscus May 23
Barr wants to know more about the CIA’s informants in Russia and what they passed along about the 2016 interference. Sources are among the CIA’s most closely held secrets
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Asha Rangappa 14h
Make no mistake: If Barr discloses the identities of CIA and CI sources providing information on Russia he is disabling our intelligence capacities *to Russia’s advantage*. It puts sources providing intelligence in danger and cripples the ICs ability to recruit new sources 1/
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Julia Davis May 23
Stephen Calk, a onetime economic adviser to President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, was indicted Thursday. Prosecutors said he approved $16 million in loans to Trump’s former campaign chairman in exchange for his help seeking a top post in the admin.
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Julia Davis May 21
The U.S. plans to sanction companies helping construct the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline being laid from to Germany under the Baltic Sea. Congress is expected to begin preparing a bill soon, Rick Perry said Tuesday in Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
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Julia Davis May 21
Those recruits would then be sent back to America to foment violence and work to establish a pan-African state in the Southern U.S., including South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
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Julia Davis May 21
Proposals to further exacerbate racial discord included a suggestion to recruit African-Americans and transport them to camps in Africa “for combat prep and training in sabotage.”
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Julia Davis May 21
Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Kremlin-linked oligarch indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for previous influence operations against the U.S. — laid out a new plot to manipulate and radicalize African-Americans.
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Julia Davis May 21
Russians who were linked to interference in the 2016 U.S. election discussed ambitious plans to stoke unrest and even violence inside the U.S. as recently as 2018.
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Julia Davis May 21
Absolutely.
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Michael Carpenter May 18
Wrong word. Not “Russophiles,” which describes people who admire Russian culture, but rather “Kremlin stooges.”
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Mimi Rocah May 17
Replying to @jaketapper
Also the surveillance was of Russia’s actions - the American citizens got in the way by interacting with them so much and so obviously.
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Mark Hertling May 16
Sure are a lot of these tragic journalist accidents in one specific country.
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Julia Davis May 15
Replying to @Biz_Ukraine_Mag
Zero respect. Perhaps, below zero.
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Business Ukraine mag May 15
The Kremlin does not appear to have much respect for the Trump White House - Putin is notoriously unpunctual, but three-hour waits have traditionally been reserved for underlings like Yanukovych
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Julia Davis May 15
Replying to @MelissaJPeltier
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Julia Davis May 15
's state TV host Olga Skabeeva taunts a Ukrainian guest by citing lack of Western support for . Skabeeva claims that in his talks with Sergey Lavrov, Mike Pompeo didn't even mention Nord Stream 2 and failed to bring up Ukraine at all during his meeting with Putin.
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Julia Davis May 15
Replying to @yesmsg
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John Sipher May 15
Replying to @TheRickWilson
Ask yourself how the Russians know exactly where to go for the best effect. Do you think they guess? Or could someone be helping them?
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Julia Davis May 15
Replying to @JuliaDavisNews
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