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Monday, 06 Jul 2020

Trump wants to reckoning for Democrats biggest political crime

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Trump wants to reckoning for Democrats biggest political crimeTrump wants to reckoning for Democrats biggest political crime

News24xx.com - The U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted to Senate Republican Party Leader Mitch McConnell to investigate his team’s fictitious relationship with Russia.

The American leader commented on an article on McConnell's important role in a possible investigation.

“Mitch, I love you, but it's 100 percent true. Time is running out. Be persistent and move fast, otherwise it will be too late. (...) They SHOULD pay a heavy price for what they did to our country, ”Trump wrote of the unnamed“ vicious ”representatives of the Democratic Party. The president also indicated that he did not want the case to get away with them, since "they got caught."

Trump previously called this political scandal "the biggest political crime.

" Before that, there was evidence of surveillance by representatives of the Obama administration, including former Vice President Joe Biden, for members of the Trump team.

Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has published a letter stating the requests of current presidential candidate Biden, CIA chiefs John Brennan, FBI James Komi, and intelligence director James Clapper secret information about trump national security adviser Michael Flynn. This happened from November 8, 2016 to January 31, 2017.

In May, the United States closed a criminal case against Flynn about his possible secret connections with Russia. It is noted that the case brought in the framework of the "investigation into a conspiracy with Russia" by special prosecutor Robert Muller was decided to be terminated after a thorough verification of the facts.

Flynn at first pleaded guilty and was ready to cooperate with the investigation, but then changed his testimony and refused to plead guilty.

Retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn was National Security Advisor to the U.S. President from January 20 to February 13, 2017. He resigned in connection with charges of concealing the content of his conversations with Sergei Kislyak, who was then the Russian ambassador to the United States.





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