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Yutaka jp Japan Former National Security Adviser Flynn didn't initially disclose Russia speeches

April 2017
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    Yutaka jp Japan

    Flynn's first disclosure, dated February 11, did not include a paid speech for Russian propaganda outlet RT –- as well as payments for speeches from two other Russian companies: Volga Dnepr Airlines and Kaspersky.

    The second disclosure does not list the exact amounts he received for the speeches but indicated that Flynn received more than $5,000 from RT. According to a letter from Rep. Elijah Cummings Flynn was paid $45,000 by RT for the speech.

    April 2017
    • [xuanfu] aw Aruba

      Flynn wants immunity before he testifies or in exchange for his testimony. But last year on Meet the Press, he said "When you are given immunity, that means that you’ve probably committed a crime."

      Was he just in the bathroom, washing his hands, looking in a mirror?

      Combine that with his lack of forthrightness about his speech income and you have someone who's testimony, regardless of its content, could be challenged on credibility grounds.

      I would like to hear what Flynn has to say. But I know he is willing to hide information or mislead others, if he believes that would be to his advantage.

      April 2017
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    Yutaka jp Japan

    Donald Trump tweeted:

    "Anybody (especially Fake News media) who thinks that Repeal & Replace of ObamaCare is dead does not know the love and strength in R Party!"

    Can "love and strength" in the Republican Party solve any difficult problems?

    What kind of love for the president are they going to show?

    April 2017
  • ftornay es Spain

    I already said this speaking about persons of (apparently) the opposite convictions to Yutaka's, so I think it's convenient to repeat the same in this case:

    I resent the habit of re-posting to this forum any piece of news that seems to validate ones' own political agenda. It's absolutely off-topic in a forum such as this, it represents a simple restatement of a comment that is flooding the internet, so it doesn't convey any new information and, IMHO, it is just a statement (repeated over and over again) from the poster that reads:

    "How clever we [fill in some political agenda] are, how stupid are [fill in the opposite agenda]"

    It simply doesn't contribute anything of value to a forum such as this and it just adds more partisan noise to a global internet already chock full of it

    November 30 at 16:57
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