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Donald J. Trump
Great move on delay (by V. Putin) - I always knew he was very smart!
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
Look, seriously, the CIA, the FBI and Homeland Security and many other agencies say otherwise.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
I’m not saying we should just accept what they say - *clearly* they make mistakes.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
But these are not liberal agencies with an axe to grind against the Right.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
In fact, on the whole the right have tended to fund them better. They set up the DHS for a start.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
I’m happy to say let’s be circumspect and not take what they say on faith, but I’m going to take it seriously
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
Because frankly, there’s LONG history of Putin using propaganda and digital stuff in his own country.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
As well as established attacks against his political enemies, and annexation of other countries.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
And attempts to embarrass the west in his actions abroad. This stuff is pretty easy to find in his own words.
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Czak Tattinger 2 Jan 17
But the Wikileaks were simply the truth, & there's no evidence that they came from Russia.
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Czak Tattinger 2 Jan 17
Aren't Americans entitled to know the truth? Wikileaks simply did what the media failed to do.
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Czak Tattinger 2 Jan 17
And Obama's interference with Israel's election? Maybe Netanyahu should investigate that...
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
I’m generally in favor of the truth! And there is a fair amount of embarrassing stuff in it.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
I would say though that personally I didn’t feel much of it was enormously damning.
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Czak Tattinger 2 Jan 17
Booting out Russian diplomats on the basis of an unproved slight is unbecoming of a president.
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
Embarrassing, stupid, clumsy and occasionally appallingly so, but I suspect you’d find the...
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
… same kinds of things in the e-mails of any campaign. That we only saw them from the DNC...
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
… and that they were leaked out slowly to try and have the worst possible impact...
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Czak Tattinger 2 Jan 17
Does anyone remember the US's recent hacking of German govt e-mails? What's good for the goose...
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Tom Coates 2 Jan 17
… rather than put out in one batch for the media to investigate thoroughly concerns me.
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