Rudy Giuliani Interview on Wide-Ranging Issues….

Former federal prosecutor, Mayor of New York and presidential candidate, Rudy Giuliani is now one of the lawyers for President Donald Trump.

Tonight Mr. Giuliani appeared on Fox News with Sean Hannity for a wide-ranging interview of current events and issues. Giuliani discussed the ongoing resistance efforts from the Clinton embeds inside the Robert Mueller team; and also discussed the “personal heartbreak” felt by President Trump toward the conduct of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.

Additionally, Giuliani discussed the attacks against the Trump allies, former campaign aides, the Trump family and the other legal representatives of Donald Trump including Michael Cohen.  The institutional media apparatus is going bananas over this interview.

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418 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Interview on Wide-Ranging Issues….

  1. mikey says:

    Thank God that Stormy’s boob jobs weren’t paid for by Putin or does it matter at this point?

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    • LULU says:

      Sleazy lawyer Avenatti looks like a Putin relative.

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      • LULU says:

        I have this fantasy about Stormy imploding – along with her fake story – until all that remains onstage are a couple of things that look like pssssssssst-ing birthday balloons left in the sun too long …

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  2. evergreen says:

    It’s been a year now. Sessions can step in and say “take what you have and go to court.”
    That’s compatible with his recusal, since he isn’t overseeing the investigation; he’s ordering it to go to court with its findings.

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    • nah – he’s waiting for Mueller to build the perfect case…wouldn’t want to rush things ‘O’

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    • Rep. Gohmert reminds us: The AG recusal shuffle is an old Mueller trick, first done with AG John Ashcroft. Basically, trick the honorable political appointee into recusing so Mueller and his lackeys can go buck wild “investigating” the President and Vice President.

      If AG Sessions had been wise to that trick he might not have fallen for it.

      Think of that scene in “The Godfather” when Don Corleone tells Michael someone will come to you and ask for a sit-down with the enemy; that person is the traitor.

      If Jeff Sessions had been aware, “someone will ask you to recuse, that person is the traitor” he would have been forewarned and forearmed. As it is, he essentially recused himself from being AG and let Rod Rosenstein, an affiliate member of the small group, become AG. Sessions is basically the Deputy AG to Rosenstein.

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      • Look how Sessions is handling the Horowitz IG investigation with US Atty. Huber.

        If he had not recused and handled the Trump/Russia matter with the same due diligence, there wouldn’t have ever been a Special Counsel because there is no crime.

        Sessions could have easily said, “IF and WHEN a case comes up from which I will have to recuse, I will do so AT THAT TIME.”

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        • AH_C says:

          Unless you want to run a sting. In that case, it’s running perfectly.

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            • AH_C says:

              Are you sure?

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              • Yup. The ongoing IG investigation has Hoovered up the small group. but the Mueller investigation remains what it always has been: Get Trump.

                Even though it’s been proven 8 ways from Sunday that the investigation was begun under false pretense, and has been conducted in bad faith, with a clearly biased political agenda which effective checkmates it …

                It’s still there. Mueller and his team of Democrat operatives are still angling for the kill shot on Trump. And they will continue to do so up until the very last second.

                The Cohen thing and now the subpoena threats are treading into “Hail Mary” territory now. But occasionally, a Hail Mary works.

                Wouldn’t that be a fine mess – right before he’s escorted from the building Mueller finally at long last throws something against the wall that sticks.

                And this was all completely unnecessary, if only Jeff Sessions had not recused and left Rosenstein to act as AG in all matters to “get Trump”.

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                • AH_C says:

                  I see where you’re coming from. If it was Dubya or any of the republican dwarves, I’d totally agree. Trump is a different sort of creature. I’m still putting money on him. 😉

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      • Ghost- there is so much wisdom in the “Godfather” that it should be required viewing for everyone in Trump World if they haven’t seen it already.

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  3. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    Giuliani kept rattling off warnings to Mueller about a tainted investigation, corruption, fraud, criminality. My favorite line: ‘there was more government misconduct than conduct’ in this investigation.

    All a friendly reminder to Mueller on who’s most at risk dragging The President to court. The message was loud & clear: you don’t want to go there Bobby.

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    • kjj says:

      There is a joke going around where Rudy agrees to meet Mueller to discuss the case. As they sit down, Mueller starts talking, but Rudy cuts him off with “I know what was on Weiner’s laptop, Bob.”

      This whole mess is about 4 things. 1) Punishing Trump’s allies. 2) Democrat fundraising. 3) Democrat Get-Out-The-Vote efforts. 4) Transferring taxpayer dollars to Democrat activists and donors (aka: Mueller’s team)

      There is no case, and it isn’t going to court, at least not about anything but trivial side issues. They will keep it limping along for as long as they can. It ends when Mueller gets a bloody nose, or it ends on January 20th, 2025. Those appear to be our options.

      Personally, I’ve run all out of Christian forgiveness. I’m ready for a second special counsel to investigate Mueller and his team. I want them facing endless depositions, answering questions like what we saw in the recent leaked (or fictional) question list. And if they failed to do due diligence on the evidence establishing probably cause for the investigation, or if they continued the investigation for even a second beyond the moment when they learned that it was all fiction, I want them charged with sedition, their bank accounts frozen, and every penny of taxpayer money clawed back as the profits of a criminal enterprise. And while they rot in prison planning their appeals, I want the probe to continue backwards over every day of their government “service” so that they can finally face justice for any crimes they committed in the past too. Because everyone knows these guys weren’t honorable men who went astray just now out of the blue.

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      • Pied Piper says:

        I was wondering if Mueller, the true source of the leaks, ever leaked any information that exonerates Trump and if not, why not?

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      • Ken says:

        I’ve run out of patience with this farce a long time ago. Mueller and his team are nothing but a bunch of partisan hacks that need to be investigated themselves.

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        • SW Richmond says:

          “Personally, I’ve run all out of Christian forgiveness”

          Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.

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      • 4sure says:

        “It ends when Mueller gets a bloody nose, or it ends on January 20th, 2025. Those appear to be our options.”

        Mueller, Rosy and Sessions have been at this witch hunt for over a yr. and have nothing. POTUS should publicly declare that they have 30 days to wrap it up. At the end of 30 days fire all three. It should end and the only way it is going to end is when POTUS exercises his constitutional authority over the SC and the DOJ.

        Sooner or later the POTUS is going to have to act. It is not going to end in any other way. That has always been their plan.

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        • TPW says:

          My thoughts exactly……if he lets Mueller continue on it will not end well….if he fires him it will not end well ……so go ahead and kick the 3 of them out on their ars’s ……..

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      • Dimbulbz says:

        Mueller’s whole adult life has been in the pig-sty that is Washington. He is perfectly at home wallowing in endless depositions and unlawful attacks. In this, I have learned that for FBI it is perfectly ok to lie and destroy innocent people’s lives and reputations to get what your boss wants. I would think that endless depositions and the games Mueller plays going on endlessly would be a wet dream for him. These people are animals, and have had any conscience drummed completely out of them. In fact to call them animals – even pigs is an insult to the pig (I am quite fond of them). I used to respect the FBI, having personally known agents myself. But now that I understand how they are trained and how they work, I want the whole organization disassembled and replaced by law abiding servants of the constitution. In essence, they need to be “torn down” and replaced by human beings. I think we have seen our own version of radicalization in the DOJ and FBI – they have been radicalized by the left wing of the democratic party.

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      • How about this one: Mueller sits down and Rudy swears MUELLER in, and begins questioning him under oath about his Special Counsel investigation.

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        • Phillie_fan62 says:

          How about just telling him. You have nothing! Shut it down. NOW, about your own doings in the uranium one deal. You wanna talk about that? Is this another reason among many you’re dragging this out?

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          • AG Sessions put everyone in a bad position when he folded like a cheap suit after the very bad guys he needed to root out of DOJ convinced him to step aside and let Rod Rosenstein be the Attorney General in his stead.

            Sessions needs to fire Rosenstein, and he needs to tell Mueller that his work is NOT within the scope of Sessions’ recusal, then shut it down.

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    • SmilinJackAbbott, Mark Levin talked about all this with Andy McCarthy last night. Andy being a prosecutor for 20 years in Southern NY has never ever seen anything like what’s happening to Trump… and our Framers warned against this many times and our own Justice Dept followed those rules up until now. Andy’s not a Trump person either… don’t understand whynot… especially after all he’s done to help our great country.He also said, Comey’s in a lot of trouble for what he’s done.

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    • nikkichico7 says:

      I’d like to see our side write “Uranium 1” on a piece of paper and hand it to mueller … then scream “I know it was you Bobby!! You broke my heart!” …. then put him in a row boat …..

      🇺🇸🤨🇺🇸🤨🇺🇸🤨🇺🇸🤨👍

      He’s a scum sucking traitor ….

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  4. bessie2003 says:

    I might be in the bin.

    One of these days there may be a BakoCarl poem about being in the bin and the heroics that goes on behind the scenes by the Admin’s et.al to wrangle errant posts that fall into its reaches.

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  5. usayes says:

    Am over the target – lotsa trolls out after this interview. Am putting the bubbly in the fridge.

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  7. Hillyard says:

    Rudy was really a breath of fresh air, awesome to hear him come out swinging. Good to hear him saying this Mueller farce is coming to a head. Rudy seemed very confident there isn’t going to be any perjury trap any time soon. It sounded as though the quicker Huber or whoever in the doj gets Comey indicted the better. He’s committed no shortage of crimes. This all falls on Sessions to end this Rosenstein Mueller garbage..

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  8. Obs says:

    OH NO. Rudi thinks Mueller is some sort of semi honourable cop.
    The fact that Mueller wants to ask PDJT questions that have nothing to do with the Russian pretence has escaped Rudi….
    If Rudi is treating Mueller as “due process” PDJT needs another lawyer.

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    • 21leelee says:

      Rudy says the questions are based on Comey’s statements being credible, so Mueller’s questions show bias. They point to a witch hunt.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        As Praying Medic interprets Q, Mueller is a side show. He and Rosey are U 1 dirty.
        Their investigation is a diversion. Their team conflicts out lawyers who could be aiding the defense of the conspirators.
        The OIG and Huber are the real investigation. Mulehead and Rosey are performing a service.
        Disguise and deception; key tactics in warfare and criminal sleuthing.

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        • Orygun says:

          A very sensible argument! This explains the Trump strategy from the beginning. People are not looking at the big picture. It is all about diversions while the charges are set to blow the swamp open.

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          • Countrywatch says:

            Giuliani deliberately dropped the info about Stormy Daniels, so that the Press would focus all their energies on that, in my view. They (the Press, Dems, et al) are eating out of President Trump’s hand but they do not realise it. He is in control.

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            • Roberto says:

              Especially if they got their hands on Weiner’s laptop data. If DJT and Rudy do, it’s game over for everybody. But if not and this is a two-on-two between DJT, Rudy vs. Mueller, Comey, it’s not even close. I think with Rudy on the scene, Comey and Mueller are now in a New York street fight. Nothing personal, but Sessions just isn’t up to this kind of thing. Mark my words, once they start up, Rudy and VSG will just beat these guys to death. It’s just gonna happen.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      This was no more than a Democrat congressman responding to a Republican as “I respectfully disagree with my good friend so and so”. Not an indication of respect, just public commen courtesy. In private, Rudy called him a son of a biscuit eater.

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    • EJ says:

      I think this is just a tactic. He couldn’t say worse, b/c then all negotiations and discourse would be off the table. The way he categorized Comey was Rudy alluding to his real thoughts on Mueller:

      Basically the message was this – “your were once an honorable man …. Comey is scum (read between the lines / time to save your reputation) …. I will not let you get anywhere near MY FRIEND, the PRESIDENT”

      I thought it was strong and very excellent.

      The left is going on about some of the details that Rudy let out, but I am certain that was all calculated as part of a larger strategy.

      I feel so much better with Rudy on the team. Let’s all pray for his health and stamina.

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    • Rudy was mayor of New York, and has PLENTY of experience dealing with dirty cops and corrupt public servants.

      He’s heaping insincere praise on Mueller for public consumption, but Mueller knows that Rudy knows, nobody is fooled.

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      • Roberto says:

        It’s simple. Vito goes to the Five Families and says we can have peace or we can have war, the choice is yours. They pick war. Michael then kills them all on a single day, and when they least expect it.

        Look, I’ve worked in New York politics my entire life, and if you want to understand what goes on, watch the Godfather and then the Animal Planet. (And if you’re really really interested, read The Power Broker). But 90 percent can be explained in the GF.

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        • I’ve told my wife, President Trump comes from the extremely competitive and vicious world of New York City.

          You know why they can’t find any real dirt on the man? BECAUSE THERE ISN’T ANY.

          He knows, because he learned long ago, DON’T GIVE YOUR ENEMIES AN OPENING. Trump businesses are legitimate enterprises, with deep pockets every crooked politician wanted to get into given half the chance.

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    • Dimbulbz says:

      You see, I think in Muellers mind, he is doing the honorable thing. His Conscience has been completely destroyed by his love for the deep state, who he considers “above” the lowly everyday taxpayers, who arent real people, they are mere objects to be manipulated and coerced into obeying them, the “real good guys”. They are a joke, and the punchline is hopefully coming soon. I am already laughing (at times). Just think about how blessed we are to even have the ability to even publicly discuss what these power hungry freaks are up to. That may be going away soon, and would have already, had the Clintons had their way, and they had stolen this election.

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      • Roberto says:

        I don’t believe this to be the case. I believe that Mueller has as much to lose as HRC, Barry Soerto, James Clapper, et. al. if this thing goes south on them. Mueller wreaks of desperation, he knows where the bodies are buried, because he’s buried many of them.

        This isn’t about elitism. It’s about self-preservation and using every tool at your disposal to salvage others and therein salvaging yourself. This is personal, not institutional. Institutional confers a sense of honor, no matter how misguided. This is the Deep State in its potential death throes, and exposing all the rot that goes with it.

        Now with Rudy fully aboard, this is turning out to be New York vs. Washington. My money’s on New York.

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    • Phillie_fan62 says:

      First off, if you’re negotiating an end to this farce you don’t go on national TV and personally trash the person you’re negotiating with. You do that when alls said and done. Secondly, by saying these things the way he did was putting Mueller on notice in an honorable way. It’s up to Mueller now to do the right thing and shut it down. If not? Then it’s on him. Mueller is answering to much higher up people in the deep state. How far are they willing to sacrifice him for what they want. And when will Mueller realize he’s being used as a puppet.

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  9. 21leelee says:

    I appreciate Giuliani’s statement that theee is more government misconduct than conduct in going after Trump. Rudy has clout and will be taken seriously. These are great warning shots.

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  10. Sessions is where we got real problems. He’s been compromised, blackmailed.. In recent Congressional testimony he even looks like he’s being coerced. I think he’s in over his head. Problem is, if he and RR are fired Congress will go ape because then they will have criminal exposure on all their corrupt dealings.

    Its a real mess.

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    • ablefox says:

      Sounds like billing problems for the payoff. Cohen used his own money then billed Trump. I doubt that is the right way to handle this deal. I think you should bill Trump first then put the money in your IONA trust account then pay out of that account. No big deal though. The Bar might slap him on the wrist.

      Sessions is the proximate cause of this as I have said for over a year. At least we can put that to bed now. Get him out! He is a Skunk. A backstabbing Swamp Creature.

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      • I would stop short of Swamp creature because he was an early Trump supporter and held the line on illegal immigration, but I do think the Clinton embeds got to him somehow.

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      • dbobway says:

        Can we walk back from this flimsy branch of the hangin’ tree,
        Created by an evil ideology, based on lies and deception,
        Unjustly nurtured to destroy the man who stands between us and tyranny.

        When I say us? I mean all of us. Yes even the 1/2 of our country,
        CNN has wrongly convinced, they support a Democratic Republic.
        The best way to perpetrate a crime is by diversion, a squirrel moment.

        Until one side is willing to live with the other, despite their differences,
        The future of our precious Republic is at stake for all who live here.

        Without truth we can’t have freedom.
        .

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      • dawg says:

        Everyone knows Sessions was the start of this, that his recusal is what prompted all this. That doesnt take any sort of great insight. We’ve all known that and been saying that for a year. But nothing that Sessions has done or not done proves he is a “black hat” or even a swamp creature. Naive and weak, yes, but not some deep state black hat that is being blackmailed by HRC or something and actively working against the president. Thats just stupid. Once the recusal happened, there was no easy way to clean up the mess that ballooned out of it.

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        • To me the truth about Sessions is simply this: he is too old for the job. It is a scientific fact that a male’s testosterone levels decrease rapidly with age and at this point Sessions is well past what in women is called menopause. I am not saying this as a put down or as an age-ist or to be negative. This is just life.
          We would have been better served by a younger male AG who still has the fire in the belly and plenty of testosterone. .

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        • Actually Sekulow said that Sessions can UNrecuse himself. It is known. This gives more creedence to the possibility of blackmail.

          And ANYONE who has seen whistleblowers mysteriously die and former conservatives going RINO and getting suddenly rich KNOW that the level of invasion into every aspect of our communication would OBVIOUSLY result in blackmail and threats.

          obama and his group are from Chicago and the darkest, bleakest, most globalist/communist/master race elitists.

          It is disingenuous, now that we have seen this witch hunt on all sides (and by the way several warned people that if Trump won the bloody campaign would be child’s play to what was coming) to dismiss as just casual speculation, the notion that these folks in cahoots with Soros, Schmidt, Middle East UN and other of the most deep and fetid global swamp creatures, are not cooperating due to blackmail and threats.

          Whistleblowers have been killed so mysteriously so often that it’s pure cowardice to want to find some other cause than the fact that we are being run by our assassins.

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      • Roberto says:

        Jeff Sessions isn’t cut out for this kind of stuff. He’s a genteel type of guy, no gutter warrior. The exact opposite of Rudy Giuliani.

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        • Robert E. Lee I believe had some of the same problem. He was agonized over having to war against men he’d been shoulder to shoulder with for years. It was not an easy decision for him to be confederate. And it was the wrong decision.

          Sessions appears to believe that his D.C. colleagues, with all of their superficial gentility, are still worthy of being given the benefit of the doubt..and yes, having interacted with them for too long he has forgotten and forgiven so many truly treacherous decisions that have put all who are not in that select crowd at risk.

          If these people were not in politics they would not be able to work on a hamburger griddle efficiently. Because they are in politics they, like the Hollywood 1%, think that they are worthy recipients of all this wealth and influence.

          Shakespeare and Dickens must be shaking their heads.

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    • noswamp says:

      “Problem is, if he and RR are fired Congress will go ape because then they will have criminal exposure on all their corrupt dealings.”

      BINGO!

      MSM is not covering this aspect of the case nor is Hannity, Carlson or Ingraham. I wonder why? RINOS are allowed to run free and control leadership positions in the Senate and House working against Trump half the time. Ever wonder why?

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      • TPW says:

        Exactly noswamp…….last night on tucker camposi or what ever his name is…guy that was interviewed by Mueller said he will never work on a “Republican” campaign again and this whole investigation was a intimidation tactic to keep people like Trump from running. His comments were directed at the GOPe leadership who is/was responsible for this whole witch hunt. Yes Hannity , Ingraham, Carlson will not touch this.Essentially Trump and the Deplorables are on our own.

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        • TPW says:

          Also wanted to mention to you cause we think alike….Corrupt GOPe will jump on the impeach bandwagon whether Mueller is allowed to CREATE chargeable offenses to slap Trump with or Trump exercises his right to fire 1 0r 3 because according to them Trump created a constitutional crisis.. We all know a constitutional crisis already exist because of their efforts to oust an elected President by bringing on an unjustified investigation. I can understand why Trump has tried to wait out the SC to avoid a showdown with fake GOPe leadership but the way I look at it is Trump is taking a huge risk that Meuller won’t make up charges out of thin air. i wish that he would go ahead and fire all three and get this thing over with or replace all 3 to continue with evidence that has been gathered.

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      • Roberto says:

        Let’s just wait until the OIG report is released. And then see what happens. BTW: I don’t think it was by accident that Rudy said he eff-up by not taking the USAG job when offered it.

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    • formerdem says:

      Fire him anyway. The country needs a real AG. Same with Rosenstein. We need a deputy AG also. And publicize the whole of the Weiner laptop. To the extent this is about people trying to hide the wrongdoing exposed there, just take that issue off the table by letting the sunshine in. All the key foreign governments have it already.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        The country needs a real AG.

        Exactly. I will not forget Dershowitz saying something similar, that Trump needs a full-time AG and right now Sessions is only part-time. So not even thinking that Sessions is inept or swamp or whatever, Sessions has hobbled himself through his recusal and he is indeed a part-time AG. If the Mueller investigation can be ended Sessions can return to being full-time, but are there additional recusals in his future? We cannot go through this again.

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        • Roberto says:

          In “normal” times, Jeff Session would be a competent AG. This is far from normal times. No slight on Jeff, just all that this might be beyond his capability. There aren’t a lot of people out there like Rudy Giuliani.

          But we’ll soon see if his putative lethargy is part of a larger strategy. As such, I’m not willing to close the book on Sessions yet. He may turn out to be highly instrumental.

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  11. I don’t know. I still think that Mueller might be on the team playing his part to receive immunity from prosecution for the Uranium One scandal. Everyone stalling waiting for Horowitz to present his report.

    Sessions said he has confidence in Rosenstein and Q said to trust Sessions. So I will patiently hold on and hope for the best.

    #TrustThePlan. This may take awhile.

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    • formerdem says:

      I do not think Sessions merits trust, and if Q says trust Sessions then I do not trust Q either. I think Q is somebody with a little knowledge and good intentions, who has made an error of judgment about Sessions, and is in over his head at this point trying to maintain a reputation for insider knowledge. Oh what a tangled web we weave….

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  12. noswamp says:

    I don’t feel that either Mueller or Rosenstein are on the team, maybe the black hat team. But so far, it appears as if RR has Comey syndrome. His reality is above everyone else’s. Scary. All that stands between true justice for America and exoneration for criminals is Mueller and RR. And now Sessions, whom to be honest I don’t know where he stands. But if, as someone suggested that Mueller and RR are waiting for the IG report. Then I am really beginning to get worried. That means that Horowitz is going to come out of the gate shooting blanks, and they know it. Then RM and RR immediately subpoena Trump to testify, and Trump moves to shut things down, when he should have done that immediately upon the release of the IG report which is not going to be May 8th anymore. You get the sense that justice stalled is justice lost? Or is it just me?

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    • formerdem says:

      I agree with you that justice delayed is justice denied. All these side characters being tormented. I guess Mueller just thinks all this collateral damage is justified. it is not. I say, declassify everything, starting with the Weiner laptop. it is in foreign hands already. All those people are blackmailable, so much so… what an irony they way they suggest Trump is, what a cynical accusation.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      That means that Horowitz is going to come out of the gate shooting blanks

      There’s nothing to support this assertion.

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      • Roberto says:

        Horowitz is *definitely* stand-up. I can’t even comprehend the enormous pressure on the guy right now. Besides, the basic facts are already out.

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  13. Core problem

    D C Mafia Mob, Clintion Crime Family
    RICO their ass!
    Put them in jail!

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  14. Core problem

    D C Mafia Mob, Clintion Crime Family
    RICO their ass!
    Put them in jail!

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  15. ablefox says:

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  16. warhorse says:

    Trump has every right to start an investigation of the collusion between the FBI and organized crime. Mueller should be very worried about testimony from Whitey Bulger. I’m sure whitey would cooperate for a move to a cushier prison.

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  17. Fake Ruby says:

    Pretty good interview by the WaPo this morning of Rudy Giuliani. Rudy withstands prosecutor-type questions. Does well. Transcript below.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/transcript-giuliani-interview-with-the-washington-post/2018/05/03/a35c4a3c-4e9b-11e8-af46-b1d6dc0d9bfe_story.html

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  18. joepertx says:

    Wow, this this a major grapeshot over Mueller’s Bow. To me, two major issues are: How can there be a SC appointed when no crime is being investigated and the conflict of interest violation between
    Mueller, Comey and Rosenstein. Guiliani knows this and is still playing the “honorable Mueller” card. These coupled with the “misconduct”, and dirty comp Mueller aspects are the next shoes to fall if Mueller fights. Mueller right now has an honorable exit ramp.
    Guiliani also knows this is a political fight. And he confidently says: bring it!

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  19. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    As Praying Medic interprets Q, Mueller is a side show. He and Rosey are U 1 dirty.
    Their investigation is a diversion. Their team conflicts out lawyers who could be aiding the defense of the conspirators.
    The OIG and Huber are the real investigation. Mulehead and Rosey are performing a service.
    Disguise and deception; key tactics in warfare and criminal sleuthing.

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  20. Humble Soul says:

    After having watched this interview, I would like to say this.

    Anyone who still sermonizes and pontificates that Sessions is on Trump’s side and that he miraculously steer and manage Trump’s case, should recuse themselves from posting anything ever again in this tread. Request!

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    • steph_gray says:

      Including sundance in that? 😆

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Sundance hasn’t written about Sessions in a while. So we’ll see. People remain hopeful but the evidence is pointing the opposite direction. One this is for sure: Sessions caused a lot of damage. Sessions is the reason why Mueller was appointed.

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  21. Bulldog84 says:

    Guiliani has Mueller pegged: Mueller just sits around and reads what people put in front of him.

    I love the fact that Guiliani is saying POTUS should be treated in an interview as well as Hillary was treated (three hours, getting the questions in advance, etc.). And, if he isn’t, serve that subpoena and they’ll fight it in court until after the end of POTUS’ second term.

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    • deplorable says:

      President Trump should not give the time of day to Mueller because he has committed no crime and yet is being hounded and setup by Mueller and therefore it is Mueller that is committing the crime.

      Don’t compare with Hillary, among many other things, she was negligent with top secret classified information, having the audacity to hire her own IT staff to illegally setup her own personal server for State Dept. work (a nice way to hide from FOIA requests) that was then “wiped” – i.e. evidence was destroyed … Yes, evidence was destroyed yet there has been no price to pay.

      Never, ever, make any comparison with HIllary. President Trump did nothing wrong!

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  22. Frankly Ben says:

    I keep waiting for the counter-coup master plan to hit, the MOAB.

    The notion that Sessions is a white hat, preparing to spring the trap at the optimum moment seems more and more unlikely. He appeared mentally challenged at his most recent senate hearing.

    What gives?

    Jerry Corsi’s thrown in the towel. He’s given up on the idea of a well-coordinated counter attack. He’s now demanding a full Trump frontal assault, firing Sessions, Rosenstein and Mueller and riding out the storm as the only way to protect against impeachment.

    I’ll still hold on for this month’s news. The IG reports, and there should be several, will be released. If indictments follow hard on the heels of the releases then it’s a new ballgame.

    But time is running short.

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  23. MTK says:

    “People have got to know whether or not their President is surrounded by crooks. Well, I’m not surrounded.”

    Go Rudy, say it for him.

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  24. grampaguy@brainerd.net says:

    40 minutes of the same old same old. What has to be true for this interview to make sense? Simple. The President doesn’t have the muscle, nor the will, to deal with the extent of corruption in our government. They obviously feel the American people can’t handle the truth, and they are probably right about that. Without military tribunals and treason charges by the bushel basket by the 4th of July, the 4th of July won’t mean a thing anymore. It most probably doesn’t already. For Rudy to still even be contemplating selling us an ounce of cooperation with this Stassi cabal is a plain admission that we are never going to get the truth from this government. Never. Trump will simply be our version of Bo Bo Yeltsin. The “art” of the limited hangout has never been more obvious, or more pathetic. Color justice gone. This wasn’t “news.” It was bad hospice care.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Ugh. Stop with this nonsense. We’re in a war with the Nazicrats and you’re too weak to fight and you’re already waving your white flag.

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      • grampaguy@brainerd.net says:

        What is non-sensical about it, name caller? Who is “too weak?” Those calling for tribunals, or those trusting a plan that includes Sessions, Bolton and Rudy? Why are Soros and the Clintons, Holders and Lynch’s walking the streets while Flynn and others are losing their homes and careers to Lawfare by felons? Why is Trump lying about Syria? White flag my red derriere.

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      • Firefly says:

        Here’s how the War is being fought: Q says trust Sessions, Sessions said he has confidence in Rosenstein, Everyone is supposed to trust “the plan” and everyone is in a holding pattern patiently holding on and hoping for the best. If Sessions is not the big hero portrayed, essentially the surrender is underway.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I believe sundance has written something about Eeyorism that seems relevant here.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        I think the troll-camps under the bridges have emptied out. Soros must have released a few hundred-thousand quarters again…

        Then again, as someone said above, when the flak increases, you’re right over target…

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      • LULU says:

        Kevin DuJan used to decry the Eeyores among us. He knew exactly what he was talking about. We call them “concern trolls” or worse. Or ignore them, if we’re really smart.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Good grief! You have just convinced me to move to Australia with Jennifer Lawrence and some of her friends…..not! I will fight for my country until my last breath. So far PDJT has not disappointed. The war is on. The big ugly is right around the corner. I get tired too, but you treepers pick me up and set me back on my feet. Let’s get ready to rumble.

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    • LandoftheFreeHomeoftheBrave says:

      Half the battle (awareness/corruption seeping to the surface) has been won… you’re going to give up hope now? Please don’t.

      I’m glad President Trump is a fighter. He’s fighting for this country, thank God. The least we can do is show some courage/can-do American gutsy optimism and spirit.

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      • TPW says:

        gutsy optimism and spirit……aint going to get the job done. If we are to get our country back we are going to have to organize into something much bigger than the tea party movement. And peaceful protest aren’t going to cut it either. No we are going to have to scare them into thinking we will resort to measures that make ANTIFA look like a kiddy show. But getting “follow the rules” middle America to act will take some extreme circumstances.

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  25. anthohmy says:

    Of course they anticipated this.

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  26. Clara says:

    Trump spent tens of millions of his own money on the campaign. Now they are going to try to claim that the $130,000 that Cohen paid to Daniels was somehow not from Trump’s own pocket but rather was a “campaign donation” from the public? Seriously? This is all they got on him? If so, this is truly pathetic.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I know. It’s ludicrous. In order to prove that assertion they would need evidence that Trump moved $130k out of his campaign fund into his personal account and then paid Cohen. Like he was broke and had to borrow from his campaign. haha

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    • deplorable says:

      What does this have to do with Russia? Blatantly obvious that Mueller is trying to nail the President with anything. Was this FBI raid of his lawyer’s office even legal? I thought the Cohen records stolen by the FBI during the raid were supposed to be sealed until inspected by an unbiased third party yet it seems like Mueller has already culled through them.

      Jeff Sessions … where are you? You recused from Russia … nothing else.

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  27. scarlettbr says:

    130k is nothing unless, she has pulled this scam on hundreds of people. Then it adds up. I always wondered about the amount, but it is all adding up. This is her grift.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      She sells her body for a living; it appears (sadly) that she’s also sold her soul…

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    • Lurker2 says:

      She’s the worst kind of opportunistic leech golddigger. When did the affair allegedly happen? 2005? But she waits until he starts his campaign to extort him for money?

      Why don’t they toss her in jail for prostitution? She pretty much admitted it during her tv interview, didn’t she?

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  28. Malone Hardcastle says:

    (21) So there’s tons going on.
    Giulliani was obviously told to create the latest non-story.
    And the press is obliging.

    (22) I honestly had no idea that Trump would totally control the press for his entire presidency.
    But that’s what he’ll do!
    Stunning…

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/991921462247215104.html

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  29. Bendix says:

    I didn’t see the interview, I’ve only seen people’s reactions to parts of it. I also haven’t been following this whole sordid mess closely, but no one knows the actual scope of it, even those engulfed in it.
    A couple things I’d like to mention as background for the interview – Rudy is a native New Yorker, born in Brooklyn, to a family of police and firefighters. This might not mean much to outsiders, but Rudy’s behavior needs to be interpreted through that lens.
    Another thing, Rudy does not get nervous as we know it. The man is fearless.
    If you look up the definition of “ruthless” in the dictionary, you will see his picture.
    Rudy’s concept of negotiating is that of the prosecutor that he is.
    Why would he go all soft, sappy, clueless, and conciliatory now, when he’s never been that way in his life?

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    • Lurker2 says:

      I was surprised someone characterized Rudy during a part of the interview as being “nervous”. I felt like Rudy was completely in control and self-assured and at times almost amused by the absurdity of what’s going on. Exactly the guy you are describing. I’m happy he’s assisting with the mess, I feel confident he and the other guys on the legal team will sort this all out efficiently.

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    • KeithBB says:

      Because people know he was a co-conspirator involved in 9/11.

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    • KeithBB says:

      Because people know he was a co-conspirator involved in 9/11.

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  30. LULU says:

    Rudy Giuliani Tells Mueller Investigation To Pound Sand…

    “Robert Mueller made a ridiculously long list of demands which he knew would be rebuked. He doesn’t want truth. He just wants a confrontation that he knows the media will spin against Trump. The sit-down is a trap. Mr. Guiliani knows it. The President knows it. Everyone knows it. Trump’s enemies want a Constitutional crisis. They want to try and paint the President into a corner. They’re all set to destroy Trump and anyone who supports him. Giuliani is the first one among Trump’s legal team to really push back against Mueller. Up to now, they’ve almost fully accommodated the investigation. That appears to be ending with Giuliani’s addition. The President wanted a fighter. Giuliani looks like he’s willing to play that role and not a moment too soon. Word is things are about to get real ugly real fast in Mueller-Land.”

    http://dcwhispers.com/rudy-giuliani-tells-mueller-investigation-to-pound-sand/

    Have you read Rudy’s bio? He knows Mueller’s territory so well, and that of Mueller’s vaunted henchpersons. He’s running around in their heads right now.

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    • Roberto says:

      Mueller shouldn’t be sleeping well at night. Comey shouldn’t be sleeping at all. Rudy is a savage. No other way to put it. I had friends that worked for him.

      Most people have no idea what he’s capable of. I do. That’s why I’m smiling.

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  31. MS Idaho says:

    People talk about Trump playing 4D chess (or more intricate chess). That may be true – but maybe what Trump is doing is playing MANY games of chess (any level you can imagine) all at the same time – and with many different opponents. VSG without a doubt

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  32. Ipsophakto says:

    Trump didn’t lie. Cohen “got with” Stormy and then paid her off, then billed Trump for it without disclosing the details.

    Note that Giuliani doesn’t state Trump slept with her, only that Trump paid the $130k.

    This was a set up to catalyze a raid on Cohen, and LEGALLY inject evidence into a case. This was BRILLIANT.

    I now think the entire Stormy story is a clever Mcguffin to send the MSM on a wild goose chase, then give Trump a way to force Mueller to “discover” evidence that shows what we all know …..The Deep State protectected Hillary from the law and tried to frame Trump for they very thing they were doing with Russia.

    Boom!

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  33. LULU says:

    We have a photo of Donald Trump, private citizen, with Stormy, who was hired to jazz up the Las Vegas tournament. (Photos probably exist of her posing with other celebrities as well.) The likelihood that DJT had a one nighter with her is pretty much of a reach in light of his reported obsession with cleanliness. And she was not prize. The notion that Cohen had anything to do with her is really a reach.

    Try this one on: There’s photo of DJT with her, and she decides to make up a story about a tryst with him. And make a fuss just as DJT is running for president. Or “someone” decides that she should try that? Wasn’t that when she was paid by Cohen to shut up and sit down? It would not have been good timing for DJT to be suing her for defamation and having the whole accusation – even a false accusation – aired in public.

    I don’t believe there was ever any there there. Just the threat of very bad publicity at a very bad time.

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    • LULU says:

      According to news reports, Cohen paid the $130K to Stormy a month before the 2016 election. How did the fed get wind of it? Cohen wired it to her. (Argh)

      Why no demand for extortion money back when she says this incident happened? Why wait until a month before the election? Whose idea?

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    • Bendix says:

      In many of these nuisance cases, it can be easily proved that the target was nowhere near the accuser.
      That’s why you see (or rather don’t see) payouts to the ones that can’t be easily disproved.
      Doesn’t seem likely to me that a man who neither smokes nor drinks, is a germaphobe, and so compulsively neat that he accidentally brushes something off the French President,
      would get sloppy when it came to the known risk of AIDS in the porn industry.
      Other diseases, a man with money can pay to have that fixed.
      Donald Trump knew personally many of the rich and famous struck down by the virus; he lived through the AIDS crisis in NYC in the 1980s.

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      • LULU says:

        Proving a negative is very, very difficult, and a month before one is on the ballot for a presidential election? Outrageous. Will we ever find out who found her and put her up to this?

        I’d love to know if these stock golf tournament photos still exist somewhere. Taken by photographers at many tournaments – uaually of just the players, foursomes, etc., but at a big celebrity tournament like this one where porn stars have been brought in (as Stormy was) to liven up the place as a hostess? Should be photos galore out there. Who else posed with her or with her “hostess” counterparts?

        I said tourney was in Las Vegas. It was at Lake Tahoe. Big annual tournament there.

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  34. Stormyeyes says:

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  35. Stormyeyes says:

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  36. Stormyeyes says:

    I did this too

    So should you!

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  37. Stormyeyes says:

    LOL

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  38. OMG I just listened to the whole interview.

    Guiliani busted out with the Stormy Daniels payment story in response to Hannity wanting to skewer Hillary Clinton laundering campaign money through Perkins-Coie to pay Christopher Steele for his Russian trash?

    A bit of an own goal there.

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  39. somaspecialist says:

    I wish Rudy was our AG…

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    • mollyp1776 says:

      So does Rudy. He said, last night, that is his biggest regret. It sounded like he said he turned down AG because, he wanted to be SOS? Then, ended up not getting SOS spot.

      Things would be MUCH different, now, if he were AG 😦

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  40. Jimi Helms says:

    The jury is out on the New Yorker.

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  41. Grandma Covfefe says:

    uooo1f612

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