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Ryan Goodman
NYT comes back with even more specifics and they’re more damning: “American officials provided a written briefing in late February to President Trump laying out their conclusion that a Russian military intelligence unit offered and paid bounties...”
The investigation into Russia’s suspected operation is said to focus in part on the killings of three Marines in a truck bombing last year, officials said.
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Ryan Goodman Jun 29
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2. Documentary evidence in the offing: “One of the officials said the item appeared in Mr. Trump’s brief in late February; the other cited Feb. 27, specifically.”
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Ryan Goodman Jun 29
Replying to @rgoodlaw
3. Intelligence assessment of “was also seen as serious and solid enough to disseminate more broadly across the intelligence community in a May 4 article in the CIA’s World Intelligence Review” (The Wire)
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Leo Garza Jun 29
He could spark a rebellion in the United States.
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John Meekison Jun 29
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Hmmm. Maybe Chris Stewart should go back on CNN to explain.
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all_lowercase Jun 29
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if trump is having a bad day, i am all for it. Dear IC, keep it coming s
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Tony Pirkl Jun 29
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This is the IC revenge that’s been expected...
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Paul Adkins Jun 29
Replying to @rgoodlaw @KevinMKruse
Surely they knew, Trump doesn't read briefings. They should have leaked it to Fox if they really wanted Trump to see it.
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LikeBlahBlahBlah Jun 29
100% this!!
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KateInOregonSafetyAccounts Jun 29
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Putin vigorously denies [election interference, bounties on service members, bombing, torture] so that is good enough for . Who needs intelligence services when you can pick up the phone and get it straight from the source to get a straight answer.
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