FBI agents raided the Virginia home of Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman in late July.
“FBI agents executed a search warrant at one of Mr. Manafort’s residences,” Manafort’s spokesperson Jason Maloni, confirmed to Fox News. “Mr. Manafort has consistently cooperated with law enforcement and other serious inquiries and did so on this occasion as well.”
“Thus, it appears the Search Warrant here was obtained by a gross abuse of the judicial process by the Special Counsel's office. In addition, given the obvious unlawful deficiencies, this extraordinary invasive tool was employed for its shock value to try to intimidate Mr. Manafort and bring him to his needs. These methods are normally found and employed in Russia not America.”
"Why Russia is still news?" There.
by Scott Belford 2 years ago
Even though FBI Director Comey released a 3 paragraph note, full of innuendo that may make Republican's mouth water, to Congress that they were going to review the emails Possibly contained Anthony and Huma's Shared laptop to see if they Might be related to the Clinton email server case.The FBI...
by JaxsonRaine 5 years ago
I know, I know, it's hard to believe, but Holder lied under oath. I'm sure some will scream racism, but I think we're still just seeing the tip of the iceberg here.“In regard to potential prosecution of the press for the disclosure of material — this is not something I’ve ever been involved...
by Randy Godwin 3 weeks ago
Bob Muller is continuing to find Russian contacts with the Trump campaign according to an article by Time Magazine. Paul Manafort reportedly was trying to aid the Russians during DT's campaign by supplying them with info in return for lessening of his debts.https://www.msn.com/en-us/video/news/ti...
by Jack Lee 3 days ago
How many think Buzzfeed was fed the dishonest story about Trump committed an impeachable crime? For journalist to repeat this story without fact checking is exactly why journalism is dead.Where is the apology? I will be shocked if anyone of them did apologize.TDS is alive and well.
by ga anderson 14 months ago
This should be a hot one. The much anticipated Special Counsel's first indictments have been unsealed - and they aren't about Pres. Trump and Russian election collusion, (yet???)But like a lyric from a song; 'whoo eee, whoo eee babyyy...' It sure paints an ugly picture. And one that seems to be a...
by Randy Godwin 8 weeks ago
Paul Manafort--already in deep doo doo--is in further jeopardy because of his repeated lies to Robert Mueller's investigators after he signed an agreement to cooperate with the probe. He seems to be betting all of his chips on a pardon from Trump by breaking the deal. The reasons for Mueller's move...
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