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#1541920 --- 02/18/20 08:32 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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Report: FBI Handed Over Classified Information To Spy Christopher Steele

FEBRUARY 14, 2020 By Madeline Osburn
Inspector General Michael Horowitz discovered that FBI agents shared extensive classified materials with former British spy Christopher Steele, despite knowing the Democratic National Committee was paying Steele and that Hillary Clinton herself was aware of Steele’s research, according to a new report by Eric Felten at RealClearInvestigations.

FBI agents met with Steele in Rome just a month before the 2016 election, where they gave him a “general overview” of Crossfire Hurricane as well as details of the cases against Trump campaign staffers Carter Page, George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, and Michael Flynn. In addition to the intel, Steele was compensated $15,000 by the FBI for attending the three-hour meeting.

According to Felten, the FBI agent referred to as “Handling Agent 1&#8243; in the Horowitz report is FBI agent Michael Gaeta, who worked on cases fighting organized crime in Russia. Gaeta and Steele met working on the investigation of corruption at international soccer organization FIFA. “Between 2014 and 2016, Steele collected $95,000 from the bureau for his work on the FIFA case and reports on corruption in Russia and Ukraine,” Felten reports. Gaeta became Steele’s go-to for work and began feeding Gaeta information on Trump and Russia connections that would eventually form the “dossier.”

Felten points out that the FBI took extra measures internally to keep Crossfire Hurricane confidential. It was considered both “prohibited,” meaning it could be accessed only by agents officially working on the case, and “close-hold,” meaning information was known only by DOJ and FBI officials. Yet despite the appearance of classified intel, the FBI was eager to meet with Steele, even with the knowledge of his DNC connections.

The FBI had every reason to expect Steele to share information with Glenn Simpson, whose client was the Clinton campaign. Steele claims to have been “candid” with Gaeta about who was writing the checks for his Trump-Russia research. Steele took notes of the July 5 meeting he had with the “handling agent.” According to the Horowitz report, those notes state that Steele told Gaeta “Democratic Party associates” were funding his Fusion GPS work, that the “ultimate client” was the Clinton campaign, and that “the candidate,” as the IG report puts it, “was aware of Steele’s reporting.”

Horowitz’s IG report implies that permission was given to share classified information simply by the presence of the “section chief” at the meeting with Steele. “FBI Security staff told us [the IG’s office] that the Assistant Director for CD [Counterintelligence Division] can authorize the disclosure of classified information,” reads a footnote in the report.

When Felten asked if this was FBI policy, or if there is record of this authorization being granted, Office of the Inspector General spokeswoman Stephanie M. Logan declined to comment.

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#1541935 --- 02/18/20 09:33 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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Source: Democrat Senator Held Secret Meeting In Munich With Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif
FEBRUARY 17, 2020 By Mollie Hemingway

Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut and other Democratic senators had a secret meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif during the Munich Security Conference last week, according to a source briefed by the French delegation to the conference. Murphy’s office did not respond to repeated requests for comment by press time.

Such a meeting would mean Murphy had done the type of secret coordination with foreign leaders to potentially undermine the U.S. government that he accused Trump officials of doing as they prepared for Trump’s administration. In February 2017, Murphy demanded investigations of National Security Advisor Mike Flynn because he had a phone call with his counterpart-to-be in Russia.

“Any effort to undermine our nation’s foreign policy – even during a transition period – may be illegal and must be taken seriously,” Murphy said in 2017 after anonymous leaks of Flynn’s phone call with Russian ambassador Sergey Kisylak were published. He also strongly criticized the open letter some Republican senators sent Iranian leaders during the Obama administration’s campaign for a nuclear agreement.

However, Murphy has previously defended rogue meetings if they’re done by Democrats such as former Secretary of State John Kerry.

“Unless it was authorized by the president or secretary of state, conducting independent foreign policy sends mixed signals to our adversaries,” said Christian Whiton, former State Department senior advisor in the Trump and George W. Bush administrations. “It seems very unpalatable. If we want to talk to Iranians, they know how to reach us and they don’t need to go through an intermediary.”

A State Department official who spoke on background said that the State Department was not aware of any side meetings with Iranian officials that Murphy was engaged in.

The Munich Security Conference, an annual forum on international security policy, welcomes hundreds of world leaders each February. This year’s conference featured robust debate on the United States’ maximum pressure policy against Iran, China’s handling of the coronavirus and technology concerns, and the European alliance with the United States. Other Democrat senators at the conference included Sens. Robert Menendez of New Jersey and Chris Van Hollen of Maryland. Former Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts also attended.

Both Murphy and Zarif spoke publicly during a two-hour session on Middle East policy, with Murphy and Zarif both fiercely criticizing U.S. policy.

President Donald Trump has reoriented American policy in the Middle East away from President Barack Obama’s friendly posture toward Iran. He departed from Obama’s Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, a nuclear arrangement with the Republic of Iran that was not ratified by the United States Senate.

Trump has exerted instead a “maximum pressure” campaign against the regime, with 12 demands on Iran before a new deal is reached. Those demands include a full account of its nuclear program, ending its proliferation of ballistic missiles, releasing all U.S. citizens held on spurious charges, ending support to terrorist groups, withdrawal of forces in Syria, and cessation of its threatening behavior against its neighbors.

The “maximum pressure” campaign of sanctions has devastated the Iranian economy, which is in recession and faces rising inflation. It has made it difficult for Iran to pay foreign fighters engaged in supported terror operations. Iranians have taken to the streets in protest.

Iran recently killed an American contractor in Iraq and the United States killed Iranian general Qassim Suleimani, a top Iranian leader who was responsible for the killing and maiming of thousands of U.S. soldiers. Iran’s retaliatory strike for that killing resulted in no U.S. deaths, but the country did shoot down a Ukrainian passenger plane then lied about it for days.

At the conference, Zarif said official retaliation for the killing of Suleimani had ended, although he suggested independent attacks from others in the country might follow.

Murphy is a frequent speaker at the National Iranian American Council, a lobbying group with alleged links to the Islamic Republic of Iran. Republican Sens. Mike Braun of Indiana, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, and Ted Cruz of Texas recently asked the Department of Justice for potential violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

They wrote that the influential lobbying group “purports to improve understanding between American and Iranian people but in reality seems to spread propaganda and lobby on behalf of the Iranian government.” Evidence indicates that evidence Zarif himself was involved in founding the group.

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#1541936 --- 02/18/20 09:34 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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#1541939 --- 02/18/20 09:39 PM Re: More winning... [Re: Ben444]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/legal-s...e-legal-system/

Legal scholars slam Trump’s threat to sue Robert Mueller: ‘He’s serial abuser of the legal system’

Speaking to Law&Crime, former federal prosecutor Mimi Rocah said Trump is “completely out of control with his attack on the justice system and career prosecutors for his own political and personal purposes.”
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#1541943 --- 02/18/20 09:57 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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Report: FBI Handed Over Classified Information To Spy Christopher Steele

FEBRUARY 14, 2020 By Madeline Osburn
Inspector General Michael Horowitz discovered that FBI agents shared extensive classified materials with former British spy Christopher Steele, despite knowing the Democratic National Committee was paying Steele and that Hillary Clinton herself was aware of Steele’s research, according to a new report by Eric Felten at RealClearInvestigations.

FBI agents met with Steele in Rome just a month before the 2016 election, where they gave him a “general overview” of Crossfire Hurricane as well as details of the cases against Trump campaign staffers Carter Page, George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, and Michael Flynn. In addition to the intel, Steele was compensated $15,000 by the FBI for attending the three-hour meeting.

According to Felten, the FBI agent referred to as “Handling Agent 1&#8243; in the Horowitz report is FBI agent Michael Gaeta, who worked on cases fighting organized crime in Russia. Gaeta and Steele met working on the investigation of corruption at international soccer organization FIFA. “Between 2014 and 2016, Steele collected $95,000 from the bureau for his work on the FIFA case and reports on corruption in Russia and Ukraine,” Felten reports. Gaeta became Steele’s go-to for work and began feeding Gaeta information on Trump and Russia connections that would eventually form the “dossier.”

Felten points out that the FBI took extra measures internally to keep Crossfire Hurricane confidential. It was considered both “prohibited,” meaning it could be accessed only by agents officially working on the case, and “close-hold,” meaning information was known only by DOJ and FBI officials. Yet despite the appearance of classified intel, the FBI was eager to meet with Steele, even with the knowledge of his DNC connections.

The FBI had every reason to expect Steele to share information with Glenn Simpson, whose client was the Clinton campaign. Steele claims to have been “candid” with Gaeta about who was writing the checks for his Trump-Russia research. Steele took notes of the July 5 meeting he had with the “handling agent.” According to the Horowitz report, those notes state that Steele told Gaeta “Democratic Party associates” were funding his Fusion GPS work, that the “ultimate client” was the Clinton campaign, and that “the candidate,” as the IG report puts it, “was aware of Steele’s reporting.”

Horowitz’s IG report implies that permission was given to share classified information simply by the presence of the “section chief” at the meeting with Steele. “FBI Security staff told us [the IG’s office] that the Assistant Director for CD [Counterintelligence Division] can authorize the disclosure of classified information,” reads a footnote in the report.

When Felten asked if this was FBI policy, or if there is record of this authorization being granted, Office of the Inspector General spokeswoman Stephanie M. Logan declined to comment.

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#1541945 --- 02/18/20 10:03 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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'Bail Reform Is Lit!': NYC Career Criminal Thanks Democrats After 139th Arrest, Release
Leah Barkoukis

A New York City thief thanked Democrats for the state’s bail reform law, which went into effect at the start of the year, after being arrested and immediately released for the sixth time this year.

The 56-year-old man, Charles Barry, is released every time without having to post bail under the new law since his crime of stealing from subway commuters is nonviolent.

Barry has a long criminal record—139 arrests in total. “His criminal record includes six felonies, 87 misdemeanors, and 21 missed court hearings, records show,” the New York Daily News reports.

The thief, who’s become rather infamous in Manhattan, knows he can’t be stopped.


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He’s up to 139 arrests — and he says he can’t be stopped with new bail reform.

Serial subway crook Charles Barry, who’s served 6 stints in state prison, has been arrested 6x since N.Y.’s new reform laws.

"You can't touch me!" he yelled to our reporter.https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-transit-offender-busted-again-nypd-20200215-cw7jlzg7rvecraevc5usevk2va-story.html …


‘Bail reform, it’s lit!’ NYC transit recividist brags he can’t be stopped after his latest arrest...
It was Barry's 139th arrest.

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“Bail reform, it’s lit!” Barry said. “It’s the Democrats! The Democrats know me and the Republicans fear me. You can’t touch me! I can’t be stopped!”

The career criminal has even dressed as an MTA official and robbed people after offering to help them buy tickets.

“I’m famous! I take $200, $300 a day of your money, cracker! You can’t stop me!” Barry shouted to a Daily News reporter Thursday night. “It’s a great thing. It’s a beautiful thing. They punk’d people out for bullsh-t crimes.”

A high-ranking official in the New York City Police Department said because of the new bail reform law, offenders like Barry are released and then repeat the same crimes because judges cannot order them to be held in jail before trial. Sometimes, what begins as a nonviolent crime often turns violent if a robbery goes awry, he added.

“At least before, he’d be remanded and be behind bars for a couple of days. He wouldn’t be able to victimize people,” Assistant Chief Gerald Dieckmann, the No. 2 officer in the NYPD’s Transit Bureau, told the New York Daily News. “When someone doesn’t pay them or give them the money, it’ll turn into a robbery, a slashing an assault.” (FoxNews.com)

Barry was arrested Thursday when officers saw him jumping a subway turnstile. There were two warrants out for his arrest for missing court days related to two earlier incidents of subway theft. He was held in custody for 36 hours until his arraignment hearing Saturday morning, after which he was released before trial.

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#1541949 --- 02/18/20 10:20 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/legal-expert-cited-by-the-white-house-thinks-trump-was-guilty-as-

Legal expert cited by the White House thinks Trump was guilty as charged
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#1541969 --- 02/19/20 01:51 AM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2020...-harlow-vpx.cnn


Say What???????? Trump is livid that Obama has stopped him dead in his track in attempting to take credit for the great economy. Fool doesn't understand the concept of being handed a Depression and working up toward a thriving economy versus being handed said economy even with a surplus. As always this narcissist is like a 4 man relay team and attempts to take credit for the win singularly.
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#1541991 --- 02/19/20 12:45 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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Who's Complaining About Investigations Now?
Byron York


Attorney General William Barr is looking into the murky origins of the politically charged Justice Department investigations that have roiled American public life for the last three years.

Just how did the FBI's "Crossfire Hurricane" investigation into the 2016 Trump presidential campaign get started? What led the FBI to look into whether President Trump was working on behalf of Russia? Why did the Justice Department use an ancient, never-enforced law as a pretext to interrogate then-national security adviser Michael Flynn, leading to one of the most troubled court cases in recent years? And more.

Each investigation involved highly publicized leaks that led to many headlines and endless discussion on cable TV. Anti-Trump voices stood firmly in support of more, and more detailed, probes of the president and his allies.

But now, as Barr looks into how it all started, some voices that were part of that frenzy are changing their tune about the value of investigations. They now express concern about investigations, and concern that Barr is politicizing the Justice Department to go after perceived political enemies.

"The power to investigate is the power to destroy," a former U.S. attorney, Gregory Brower, told The Washington Post recently. "The ability to simply point to a pending investigation against a person can have devastating effects on that person and can have a potential political benefit to the person orchestrating the investigation."


"President Trump appears to be now using [his] power, with an assist from the Justice Department, to exact revenge on some perceived political enemies," said NBC's Chuck Todd.

The president is "weaponizing the Department of Justice against perceived enemies," said CNN's Anderson Cooper.

Not to be too blunt about it, but where were these voices the last three years?

Where were they when the Steele dossier burst onto the scene in January 2017, with its extremely damaging and unsupported allegations, leaked to undermine the president right as he took office?

Where were they when the public learned that the FBI, using false information, wiretapped a low-level former Trump foreign policy adviser, Carter Page, giving it entree into some of the campaign's communications?

Where were they when the Justice Department cooked up the idea that Flynn had violated the Logan Act, the 1799 law under which no one has ever been convicted, as a reason to question him? And where were they when officials bragged about going outside channels to grab a chat with a busy, distracted Flynn, and later used that as the basis for a false statements charge even though investigators did not believe Flynn actually lied?

Somebody was using the Justice Department to go after perceived political enemies. And when they did, the investigations stretched into months, and then years, expanding as time passed.


As Brower said, the probes had devastating effects on the people investigated -- just ask Flynn or Page or another former low-level Trump campaign aide, George Papadopoulos. They have paid a big price, in both money and reputation, for running afoul of the investigative apparatus.

Also, as Brower said, the investigations were a potential political benefit for the people orchestrating them. Just ask virtually any Democrat on Capitol Hill.

But none of that was much of a concern to the combination of opposition politicians, resistance and NeverTrump activists, and a go-along press that fed the investigation machine since before Trump took office. The targets were figures unpopular with Democrats and many in the media.

But now, as Barr seeks to shine a light on how the investigation machine revved up, we suddenly hear concerns about the costs of such probes.


Former FBI No. 2 and current CNN commentator Andrew McCabe played a role in the excesses we now associate with the Trump-Russia investigation. Now, though, he is complaining about the Justice Department's internal probe into whether he lied under oath to agents seeking the source of a high-level leak. The source was McCabe himself, but he denied it multiple times. The Justice Department, facing an uphill battle trying a case before a deeply anti-Trump District of Columbia jury, recently decided against charging McCabe. And now McCabe is indignant about the treatment meted out to investigative targets.


He is particularly angry that the investigation took a long time. "It's just an absolute disgrace that they let this thing drag on as long as they did," McCabe said on CNN, "and put my family through what we've gone through over the last two years ... I'm just disgusted at the way the whole thing has been handled."

An investigation lasting seemingly forever and putting one's family through hell? Imagine that! Coming from McCabe, the lack of self-awareness is so pronounced that it would be darkly funny, were not the events of the last three years so serious.

More complaints are sure to come as Barr, and Barr's appointees, investigate the questionable acts of the investigators. Yes, it will be painful for some. But the public deserves to know what happened.

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#1541992 --- 02/19/20 02:16 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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More complaints are sure to come as Barr, and Barr's appointees, investigate the questionable acts of the investigators. Yes, it will be painful for some. But the public deserves to know what happened.
So what is stopping the senate from investigating? They are just afraid they will find nothing again.
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#1541993 --- 02/19/20 02:17 PM Re: More winning... [Re: Ben444]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/mcconne...hest-integrity/

McConnell, McCarthy, and Graham condemned for ‘pathetic’ statement defending AG Barr as ‘man of highest integrity’
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#1541994 --- 02/19/20 02:35 PM Re: More winning... [Re: Ben444]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/mcconne...hest-integrity/

McConnell, McCarthy, and Graham condemned for ‘pathetic’ statement defending AG Barr as ‘man of highest integrity’



Propaganda from a propaganda site! The site was set for brainwashed nitwits. laugh laugh

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#1541995 --- 02/19/20 02:40 PM Re: More winning... [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Why Trump has already secured a second term — no matter who his opponent is




I’m not a professional political analyst, so my political analysis is worth about what you pay for it. However, a few people who know that I called Donald Trump as the 2016 winner, starting back in 2015, have asked me what I think now.

My prediction for the 2016 race was based on a variety of observational and anecdotal evidence. I listened to Democrats, Republicans and independents across the U.S. I talked to people who consider themselves apolitical. I heard from taxi and Uber drivers, the Verizon man, stay-at-home moms, college grads, professionals, blue-collar delivery workers. And I watched nearly every rally of Trump and his opponents.


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#1541996 --- 02/19/20 02:40 PM Re: More winning... [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: Ben444
https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/mcconne...hest-integrity/

McConnell, McCarthy, and Graham condemned for ‘pathetic’ statement defending AG Barr as ‘man of highest integrity’



Propaganda from a propaganda site! The site was set for brainwashed nitwits. laugh laugh



ROTFLMAO

Let's see
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Mainstream most definitely
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#1542106 --- 02/20/20 05:27 PM Re: More winning... [Re: Formermac]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/meghan-...ps-on-the-view/

Meghan McCain laughs in Matt Gaetz’s face as the Trump-loving congressman flops on The View
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#1542109 --- 02/20/20 05:35 PM Re: More winning... [Re: Ben444]
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3 YEARS 4 MONTHS!!!!!!!
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#1542166 --- 02/20/20 09:27 PM Re: More winning... [Re: Formermac]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/fbi-inv...ircraft-report/

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is reportedly investigating prominent Donald Trump supporter Erik Prince for violating arms trafficking laws.

“Prince, an heir to a billion-dollar fortune who is widely viewed as a shadow adviser to the president, is under federal investigation for his 2015 attempt to modify two American-made crop-dusting planes into attack aircraft — a violation of arms trafficking regulations,” The Intercept reported Thursday, citing “two people familiar with the investigation.”


Prince is the brother Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
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#1542180 --- 02/20/20 09:51 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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NRSC Shatters Fundraising Record in January, Beats DSCC
Reagan McCarthy Posted: Feb 20, 2020 2:45 PM



The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) had another record-breaking fundraising month in January, beating out its Democratic equivalent once again. The GOP’s official Senate arm raised a whopping 10 million in January alone, totaling 25 million cash-on-hand. The NRSC’s Democratic counterparts at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee raised 8.5 million in the same time period, and are left with 19.8 million cash-on-hand. The NRSC's massive January fundraising haul is larger than that of the committee's entire fundraising from January to May of 2018.


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The @NRSC (campaign arm of U.S. Senate Republican majority) ended January with $25.2m cash-on-hand after raising $10m during the month: https://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/C00027466/1384254/ …@DSCC (Senate Democrats) ended January with $19.8m cash after raising $8.5m during month:https://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/C00042366/1384276/ …

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The NRSC is led by Sen. Todd Young (R-IN), with Leader McConnell overseeing the GOP's official arm of the Senate. The group also has the advantage of President Trump's booming economy, which Americans are overwhelmingly satisfied with.

The biggest difference between the finances of the committees competing for the Senate majority is debt; the NRSC has zero owed debt, while the DSCC owes a whopping 4.8 million. Although the GOP has more Senate seats to defend, mainly Arizona, Colorado, North Carolina, Iowa and Maine, the Republican Senate arm's finances and messaging are in much better shape than that of its Democratic counterpart. The NRSC's massive fundraising haul in January not only gives the GOP affiliate a boost to start 2020, but also shows that the Senate GOP's message during the impeachment trial for President Trump resonates.

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#1542189 --- 02/20/20 10:13 PM Re: More winning... [Re: cwjga]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/02/possibl...ichard-grenell/

‘Possibly the craziest and scariest thing he has done’: Conservative blasts Trump for DNI Richard Grenell
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