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Friday, May 26, 2017

The Russian White House

Posted By on Fri, May 26, 2017 at 9:13 PM

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Washington Post's latest: Jared Kushner may have attempted to arrange secret back channel communications with Russians. He, the attorney general and Mike Flynn all have failed to disclose their Russian contacts.

Imagine if the names were Clinton or Mezvinsky.

The Republican National Committee — silent on a violent Congressional candidate in Montana, issued a news release today faulting Hillary Clinton. Do suggestions of obstrction of justice, national security law violations and even a whiff of treason merit a comment? At a minimum, supporters of the president have been in bed from the campaign on with multiple Russian contacts  and business associates. Nothing to see here?

What say you, valiant freedom fighters in the Arkansas congressional delegation? Back to Hillary's e-mail, maybe? Monica? Do you trust Russia as much as Donald Trump does?

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