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Ken Dilanian
Intelligence and national security reporter for the NBC News Investigative Unit, based in DC. Former AP, LA Times, USA TODAY, Philly Inquirer. Williams College
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Ken Dilanian 4h
The Oil Industry’s Covert Campaign to Rewrite American Car Emissions Rules via
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Deadline White House 6h
Breaking News: NBC confirms Donald Trump was the third person in the room in August 2015 when Michael Cohen and National Enquirer publisher David Pecker discussed ways Pecker could help counter negative stories about Trump's relationships w/ women w/
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Tom Winter 6h
The Wall Street Journal has previously reported that Donald Trump was the third person in the room with David Pecker and Michael Cohen when possible payments to women were discussed in August of 2015, NBC News has now also confirmed that reporting:
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Ken Dilanian 6h
Bob Corker to on Khashoggi CIA briefing: "I’ve never seen such compelling evidence in an intelligence briefing, never."
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Ellen Nakashima 6h
BREAKING - Senate rebukes Saudis and Trump over death of journalist Khashoggi with vote to end U.S. military involvement in Yemen
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Ken Dilanian 10h
Now that people are paying more attention to this president's tendency to stay in the residence until late in the day, I wonder if Trump will order the Marine guard posted in the West Wing 24-7, so we can no longer figure out when he comes to the office.
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Greg Miller 11h
Seems like a good time to re-up transcripts of Trump badgering Mexican president to stop saying he wasn't going to pay for the wall, even though he wasn't going to pay for the wall.
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Adam Goldman 11h
Didn’t Flynn lie to the Vice President and the ?
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Asha Rangappa 14h
I love how "Flynn was too arrogant and dumb to go through protocol and have WH counsel present" is being spun as "The FBI was required to make sure he had lawyers present." Coming soon: "The FBI should have had therapy dogs during Flynn's interview, because he was scared!" 🙄
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Robert Windrem 11h
So here's where we're at: the President of the United States denies his six figure cash payouts to a porn star and a Playboy model were about helping his campaign but simply an attempt to hide his affairs from his family. Parse that sentence. Take your time. Shake your head.
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Adam Goldman 12h
Replying to @kaitlancollins
But the president previously told us he didn’t know anything about the payments?
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Ryan Goodman Dec 12
This gets a lot closer to (1) suborning perjury and (2) implicating President Trump: "Mr. Trump and the White House knew that Michael Cohen would be testifying falsely to Congress and did not tell him not to." - Cohen’s attorney and spokesman Lanny
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Ken Dilanian 14h
Trump confides to friends he's concerned about impeachment via
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Greg Miller Dec 12
Flynn adamantly denied to the Post that he had discussed sanctions with Russia. When told the paper planned to publish anyway, he tried to change his story. Suddenly, "he couldn't be certain that the topic never came up."
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Richard M. Nixon Dec 12
There is never only one payment.
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Ken Dilanian Dec 12
Lots of revolting revelations here, but the most awful for me is that , once a journalist, is reported to have taken millions to keep quiet about what was arguably the most newsworthy story he would ever come across.
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Mary Louise Kelly Dec 12
A rebuke to the Trump administration, from the Republican-controlled Senate.
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Tim O'Brien Dec 12
Allen Weisselberg knows far more than Michael Cohen, so his knowledge about any details of the AMI/Pecker deal should be...interesting.
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Adam Goldman Dec 12
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yeah this line is a killer: "AMI further admitted that its principal purpose in making the payment was to suppress the woman’s story so as to prevent it from influencing the election."
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