Trump Collusion with Russia and Obstruction of Justice

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Trumps claims that he and his campaign didn’t collude with Russia is a LIE


For all of the world to see and hear, Trump stated;

“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find 30K emails that are missing”


Requesting a foreign government (Russia) to engage in Espionage is lawless and treasonous conduct, yet Republicans do nothing and defend this traitor claiming there was no Russian collusion.


Video explains how the Trump campaign aided and abetted Russia’s attack on the United States



Stephanie CONNECTS Trump DIRECT Tie to Putin

Stephanie Ruhle laid out how special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is becoming “clearer by the indictment.” Tuesday’s guilty plea by Dutch attorney Alex van der Zwaan, she said, reveals direct connections between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Stone predicted Clinton Wikileaks disclosures

Former Trump adviser Roger Stone appeared on the InfoWars radio show the same day he sent an email claiming he dined with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — and he predicted “devastating” upcoming disclosures about the Clinton Foundation.


Video title: Roger Stone claimed he met Julian Assange in August 2016

A newly disclosed email is the latest instance of Stone claiming advance knowledge of Wikileaks’ releases prior to the 2016 election.


Video title: Trump Adviser Accidentally Admits WikiLeaks “Back Channel”


Video title: Two Of Roger Stone’s Closest Associates Say He’s Lying


The latest revelation that ties the Trump campaign to Russia


A timeline of the 3 Trump-Russia scandals


The Definitive Timeline Of The Trump-Russia Connections

Morning Joe takes a deep dive into the Russia timeline in two parts. In Part 1, the story begins in September 2015.


Explosive documentary on Trump’s Deep Ties To Russia



FBI Alleges Russian Link To Manafort, Gates In 2016


Collusion Back In Focus As Robert Mueller Connects President Trump

Russian interests overlapped with Trump’s team show contacts in chronological order:

Dec. 10, 2015: Michael Flynn, an early Trump supporter who would eventually be named national security adviser, travels to Moscow for an event honoring the Kremlin-backed news outlet RT. There, he participates in a banquet during which he shares a table with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

January 2016: Michael Cohen, a lawyer for the Trump Organization, emails Putin’s spokesperson seeking help with a real estate development project in Moscow. The project is eventually abandoned.

April 27, 2017: Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, meets with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak at a campaign event at Washington’s Mayflower Hotel. Jeff Sessions, then a senator and eventually Trump’s attorney general, may have greeted Kislyak as well.

June 6, 2017: Donald Trump Jr. may have spoken by phone with Emin Agalarov, a musician and developer who worked with the Trumps on the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. Trump Jr. and Agalarov each claim not to remember speaking, but the following day a meeting is set up between Trump Jr. and other campaign staff predicated on the sharing of information detrimental to Democrat Hillary Clinton from the Russian government.

June 9, 2017: That meeting happens. It includes Trump Jr., Kushner and Manafort. They meet with Natalia Veselnitskaya, a lawyer linked to the Russian government, and Rinat Akhmetshin, who has ties to Russian intelligence.

July 7, 2017: Manafort offers to brief Deripaska.

July 7, 2017: Carter Page, identified by Trump as an adviser on foreign policy, travels to Moscow — with the campaign’s blessing — for an event.

July 18, 2017: At an event at the Republican National Convention, Sessions and Kislyak greet each other.

Sept. 8, 2017: Sessions and Kislyak meet again, this time in Sessions’s Senate office. At some point, Sessions and Kislyak apparently discuss the campaign.

Oct. 11, 2017: Trump Jr. gives a speech in Paris to a group linked to Russian interests. One of the organizers later briefs the Kremlin on the event.

Dec. 1, 2017: Flynn and Kushner meet with Kislyak at Trump Tower. At this meeting, they allegedly discuss setting up a secret communications system between Trump’s team and Moscow.

Dec. 8, 2017: Page again travels to Moscow for an event.

Dec. 13, 2017: Kushner, apparently at Kislyak’s urging, meets with Sergey Gorkov, head of the Russian bank VEB, which is under sanctions. The next day, Gorkov travels to Japan, where Putin was visiting.

Dec. 25, 2017: Flynn texts Kislyak.

Dec. 29 , 2017: Flynn speaks with Kislyak multiple times, apparently discussing the imminent imposition of new sanctions by the U.S. government, partly in response to Russian meddling in the campaign.

On July 7, 2017 Trump and Putin finally meet face-to-face


Leaked Memos Expose Trump Russia Quid Pro Quo

Leaked memos suggest a quid pro quo between the Donald Trump campaign and the Kremlin, where Trump would refrain from speaking forcefully against the Russian incursion of Crimea in exchange for Russia providing WikiLeaks with the documents it stole from the Democratic National Committee


Trump team collusion with Russia? Ukraine connection may hold key.

Robert Mueller will find interesting evidence in the shifting stories of just how pro-Russia tweaks to the GOP platform came about.. After months of speculation, educated guesses and connecting the dots, the FBI investigation into just what Russia did to attempt to impact the 2016 U.S.


Almost all of Russia’s objectives has been achieved with Trump being Elected President




New evidence of potential obstruction by Trump

The president is reportedly pressuring his attorney general to take over the Russia investigation – and go after Hillary Clinton.

GOP Tries To Save President Donald Trump, Attacks FBI, U.S. Intelligence

Rachel Maddow looks at how Republicans are enacting a strategy of undercutting the elements of U.S. intelligence and the FBI that are the underpinnings of the investigation into Donald Trump

Opinion | An Article of Impeachment Against Donald J. Trump

5. On May 9, Trump fired Comey as F.B.I. director. On May 10, Trump told Russian officials that the firing had “taken off” the “great pressure” of the Russia investigation. On May 11, he told NBC News that the firing was because of “this Russia thing.” 6.