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Kemite Multimedia creates video productions for infomercials, commercials, dance and music recitals, documentaries and film. We have been in business since 1999
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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30/ Because Mueller has in his back pocket every action Papadopoulos ever took for Trump's campaign and anything Trump ever said to Papadopoulos—as Papadopoulos is a cooperating witness—of *key* importance is whether Papadopoulos spoke directly to Trump and what authority he had.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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29/ Correction on Tweet #12: it should read March 31, 2016. Next topic up in this thread: whether Papadopoulos interfaced directly with Trump (spoiler: he *did*, multiple times), and what level of authority he was given. The NYT story contains major breaking news on both fronts.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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28/ There is much, much more to say here about the NYT story and everything we know about Papadopoulos that makes this NYT story *much* bigger than the NYT thinks. But I have to take a break for a couple hours for an important event. I will return *immediately* after with more.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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27/ In October, I made this case in even greater detail.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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26/ I've been arguing on this feed for over six months now that Trump-Russia collusion is *already known*: Trump negotiated sanctions relief for Russia in exchange for continued assistance with leaks—which constitutes *Aiding and Abetting Computer Crimes*.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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25/ That didn't happen—other hacked info was released instead—which is why Trump made the appeal himself, on TV, in July 2016. He'd already promised Russia a "good deal" on sanctions if they'd be a "friend"—he said he'd "reward" friends—but he felt they hadn't delivered enough.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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24/ Don was excited to meet Kremlin agents in June 2016 to get Clinton "dirt" because Papadopoulos told the campaign in April Russia had that dirt. When Veselnitskaya left only a slim file with Don, the campaign was dissatisfied. They thought Russia would then release the emails.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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23/ All of this happens in April 2016, which is why Papadopoulos was feeling pretty damn good about himself in May 2016 when he let slip about the emails to an Australian diplomat. It also explains why Trump was so frustrated when the Kremlin didn't give Don the emails in June.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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22/ Per the NYT, Papadopoulos working on the Mayflower Speech was a signal to Russia negotiations had begun. So: Papadopoulos tells Russia he's helping with Trump's foreign policy; Russia tells him of the emails; Papadopoulos tells the campaign; Trump offers Russia a "good deal."
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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21/ Per the NYT, Papadopoulos was that means. Papadopoulos told Trump he was a Kremlin agent; Trump put Papadopoulos on his campaign's Russia beat (not Papadopoulos' specialization); he let him help with the Mayflower Speech; he knew Papadopoulos would communicate that to Russia.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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20/ The NYT has just confirmed the crux of that March 2017 thread: that Trump had—by April 27, 2016—established sufficient means to send a message to Russia that the careful placement of Kislyak at the event (violating diplomatic protocol) signaled the beginning of a negotiation.
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Seth Abramson Dec 30
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19/ In March 2017, I was the first to argue that Trump's Mayflower Speech was the orchestrated beginning of a negotiation with the Russians—a negotiation about unilaterally dropping Russian sanctions. That thread essentially launched this feed (see link).
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