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« on: 05 17, 19, 10:53:28:PM » Reply

President Donald Trump said that the FBI and other agencies spying on his 2016 presidential campaign was treason and said the people behind the attempt to frame him and the campaign warranted “long jail sentences.”

“My Campaign for President was conclusively spied on. Nothing like this has ever happened in American Politics,” Trump wrote on Twitter on May 17.

“A really bad situation. TREASON means long jail sentences, and this was TREASON!” he added.

Trump also highlighted a poll by Fox News that found 58 percent of respondents believe the FBI broke the law in investigating the president.

At least two spies were used to gather information about Trump’s campaign.

Stefan Halper, a retired professor who has links to the CIA and MI6, met with Carter Page, a volunteer adviser to Trump’s presidential campaign in mid-2016, staying in touch for months afterward trying to glean information. Halper was paid more than $1 million by a secretive Defense Department think tank.

A second spy, Azra Turk (not her real name), was named by Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who has said she tried to entrap him.

Turk pretended to be an aide to Halper and met with Papadopoulos after Halper lured him to London by offering Papadopoulos $3,000 to write a research paper.
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« Reply #1 on: 05 17, 19, 11:07:04:PM » Reply

Keep exposing and draining the dirty swamp, Mr. President!! 
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« Reply #2 on: 05 18, 19, 03:41:21:AM » Reply

Proud K3urtis does have one thing right.  If President I1 is not able to imprison those who have uncovered his treason, corruption, obstruction, fraud, tax fraud, and conspiracies against America he will soon be toast.  He is going to have to work fast.  More evidence against him is uncovered everyday and more is leaking out from the Mueller report that he is trying to keep under wraps. 

Go ahead and give it your best effort Proud K3urtis.  But your President I1 isn't doing much to help you and like him, you are failing miserably.
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« Reply #3 on: 05 18, 19, 04:05:35:AM » Reply

Your slime balls having been working on that for over two years.  Time's up.
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Frump is a liar, and Repocons are Proud of that.

« Reply #4 on: 05 18, 19, 04:44:23:AM » Reply

Trump is wrong, and we all KNOW him for the liar that he is.

What a waste of time, UNLESS they go after the criminals in Trump's circle of friends.
Republicans believe every day is the fourth of July! Democrats believe every day is April 15!
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« Reply #5 on: 05 18, 19, 04:58:26:AM » Reply

Davik says police have the right to lie to the courts!
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Frump is a liar, and Repocons are Proud of that.

« Reply #6 on: 05 18, 19, 05:06:18:AM » Reply

Actually Barr is saying Trump is ABOVE the law!
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