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Intel chiefs tell investigators Trump suggested they refute collusion with Russians

Coats and Rogers asked to talk back Trump collusion with RogersTwo of the nation's top intelligence officials told Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team and Senate investigators, in separate meetings last week, that President Donald Trump suggested they say publicly there was no collusion between his campaign and the Russians, according to multiple sources.

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers described their interactions with the President about the Russia investigation as odd and uncomfortable, but said they did not believe the President gave them orders to interfere, according to multiple sources familiar with their accounts.

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Newt Gingrich claims Trump lied about tapes of White House conversations to scare James Comey

Trump tried to scare Comey with tapesFormer Speaker of the House and longtime Donald Trump confidant Newt Gingrich has claimed the President lied about having tapes of his conversations with James Comey in order to intimidate the former FBI Director.

"I think [Mr Trump] was in his way instinctively trying to rattle Comey," Mr Gingrich told the Associated Press. "He's not a professional politician. He doesn't come back and think about Nixon and Watergate. His instinct is: 'I'll outbluff you'."

Mr Trump first appeared to threaten Mr Comey with recordings of their White House conversations in a tweet last month.

TVNL Comment: Trump has no clue that he is dealing with people so far above the sleezeball level of his business cronies.  Intimidation is a tool of the trade in Trumpworld.  Grow up, Donald.

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Despite Concerns About Blackmail, Flynn Heard C.I.A. Secrets

CIA Director, Mike PompeoSenior officials across the government became convinced in January that the incoming national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, had become vulnerable to Russian blackmail.

At the F.B.I., the C.I.A., the Justice Department and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence — agencies responsible for keeping American secrets safe from foreign spies — career officials agreed that Mr. Flynn represented an urgent problem.

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Georgia special election: 4 takeaways

Karen HandelThe most expensive, closely scrutinized House race ever is over — but its effects are going to ricochet throughout the political landscape for the next year and a half.

Both parties spent the $50 million race for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District trying not only to win the seat but to test strategies, messages and ideas. And while Republican Karen Handel’s win over Democrat Jon Ossoff on Tuesday was ultimately a local event, it told us a lot about the national political environment — especially in the House of Representatives, where Democrats hope to challenge for the majority in 2018.

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Treasury Department’s financial crimes unit is giving up Donald Trump’s money laundering records

Trump money launderingLast month FinCEN, the financial crimes unit of the United States Treasury Department, agreed to give the Senate Intelligence Committee access to the financial records it has on Donald Trump.

Then earlier this month the committee publicly complained that the Treasury hadn’t yet cooperated. But after the Senate blocked the appointment of FinCEN’s new boss, it’s now agreed to give up the records – and they could end up taking Trump down.

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FBI Director nominee removed reference to case involving Russian government from law firm bio

Christopher WrayDonald Trump's nominee to be the director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, represented an American energy executive in 2006 who was being criminally investigated by the Russian government.

The detail, which was included on Wray's biography on the website of the law firm King and Spalding dating back to 2009, was removed in 2017, according to a KFile review of the Web Archive.

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions hires his own lawyer

Sessions lawyers upAttorney General Jeff Sessions has hired a private lawyer, according to multiple reports.

Chuck Cooper is representing Sessions on issues related to the investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential race, NBC News reported Tuesday.

Cooper reportedly helped to counsel Sessions ahead of his testimony last week before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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