Laura Ingraham Interviews Rudy Giuliani…

Fox News host Laura Ingraham interviews President Trump attorney and former New York Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, about current political events and the ongoing fiasco with the Robert Mueller investigation. WATCH:

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252 Responses to Laura Ingraham Interviews Rudy Giuliani…

  1. fleporeblog says:

    Rudy is having a FANTASTIC day! Look at what is about to be released:

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    • TimesUp says:

      How about we get a little transparency about what was on Mr. Weiner’s computer?

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        • Patience is a virtue but please hurry up

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        • maga2004 says:

          Flep, the bibical definition of patience is long suffering, so we have been Very patient!

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        • Pa Hermit says:

          I could have a lot more patience if there was some proof that people who commit these acts were to pay a doable price. I have yet to see anyone on the Left spend any time behind bars for their crimes. How much evidence must be collected? They railroaded Scooter Libby on trumped up charges, but we see the Left always has a get of jail free card! Seems no one on the Left gets anything but a slap on the wrist! I had a TS w/Crypto access clearance and to get it I was investigated very deeply and so was my family. If there was any questionable circumstance, I would not get it. Yet we see people like Huma Abaden and Val Jar with a very questionable family situation, as well as that Awan connection with DWS and it goes unpunished. We see these Lefties go free and collect their pensions, all on the public dime (Think Lois Lerner et al.) Most of these people deciding these issues are FORMER PROSECUTORS, you would think they have some idea of punishment! It’s always delay, delay, and more delay until nothing happens! I want to see some feet being held to the fire while I hear their screams! Just my 2 cents here!

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      • WSB says:

        Mr. Weiner is a bit too transparent.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        On Huma’s laptop were copies of Hillary’s “missing” 50K emails and hundreds of thousands of State Dept. documents which she had saved on her homebrew server for some odd reason?

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        • Ray Runge says:

          I am thinking the “hundreds of thousands of State Department documents” were saved and handed over by Weiners attorney as emails apart from information on the laptop. as per SD reporting.

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        • Kingsville1 says:

          Think Muslim Brotherhood. Her and her boss need to be tried for treason and jailed. No copies on Hillary’s computer? Hard to imagine, but I can see her letting her girlfriend take the fall. These people are stupid.

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          • snellvillebob says:

            Huma might have just checked home through a mosque with Brennan, Clapper, Comey and lynch protecting their line of communications. They did not do that for Hillary but Huma is Muslim.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        No.
        There are classified documents on the Weiner laptop, including SAP documents.
        It is too dangerous to release those documents. People could be killed.

        The vids/pics that are reportedly on the Weiner laptop should NEVER be released to the public.
        You want the whole durn country traumatized? Have you ever seen stuff like that? Trust me, you do not want to see.

        People should be prosecuted and sent to jail for a very long time. That is what should be done with the Weiner laptop documents.

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        • Treeclimber says:

          YES!! Traumatize the whole country! Shout PizzaGate, Monarch, MKUltra, and Jeffrey Epstein from EVERY ROOFTOP!! Spread widely the knowledge of these horrors, and maybe they’ll finally be ended! The Podesta “art” collection still gives me nightmares, Marina Abramovic is Satanic. Disseminate the information, tell every adult!

          Not long ago, a beautiful little girl was kidnapped, her mother beaten into unconsciousness. She was found, but there are thousands that aren’t. My son is a beautiful baby, and while my husband and I are working to prevent such a scenario befalling us, there are no guarantees. The Amber Alert is well and good, but alerting EVERYONE to this evil is also necessary.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            “The Podesta “art” collection still gives me nightmares, Marina Abramovic is Satanic.”

            If that’s your point of reference, you have no idea the Pandora’s box you’re yelling to have opened. That stuff is extremely mild–even whitewashed–for the purpose of being shown openly among the sheeple. What’s behind it and beneath it is the stuff beyond nightmares.

            As a test, if you think you’re up to it, watch “Night Will Fall,” a documentary about the making of a much longer, far more detailed and punishing documentary from WWII Allied military cameramen who were among the first soldiers to liberate the Nazi death camps. After you see it, consider whether it’s something everyone in your family, everyone in your immediate acquaintance should see and can handle. Consider whether you want or need to see the longer form documentary and if so, why.

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            • mortgagesforthemasses says:

              Are you being sarcastic?

              In the 5th grade I saw films of the German concentration camps. I believe Belsen and Dachau. Some was in color. I vividly remember the sheen on the naked corpse stacked like chord wood. The next year the same films were shown jointly to the 5th & 6 th grade. The projector light was turned off for these scenes. The year before many of us became ill by the scenes.

              Evil, no matter how horrible, must be exposed. That was 1972. Some Ahole would sue the school district if they showed that today.

              I am tired of a pussified America. Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead.

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              • I too had a teacher who was a former bomber pilot in the 6th grade. He had access to real life footage and we saw them. I have to say that I was a pretty sensitive little 6th grader and I had to leave, along with a little girl whose father had been killed in Vietnam. We sat quietly in the bathroom and sobbed as it hit us with such force.

                The teacher then showed us footage of the results of Nagasaki and he stopped himself mid film as he realized it was a bit much.

                Shortly thereafter we were told that no more would be shown due to parental complaints.

                The class glared at those of us who had left the room, but none of us had told our parents and so it was some other kid whose parents evidently objected strenuously enough to get it stopped.

                I didn’t know about General Eisenhower’s famous directive to film everything when he arrived to free the prisoners from the camps, but I thoroughly concur with him and would never have insisted these films be completely removed from the public.

                As someone presently fighting in the pro life movement WE KNOW that the greatest weapon that the pro death folks have is their continued ability to keep the reality of abortion out of the sight and minds of the public.

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              • dayallaxeded says:

                No, I’m not being sarcastic. I’m speaking from experience in law enforcement as a prosecutor who had to review a lot of homicide scene photos and attend some autopsies, as well as having been present on a few homicide and suicide scenes of varying gore. Soldiers who’ve served in combat can tell you a whole lot more. You can’t unsee that stuff. Many people can’t handle that. In some, it even triggers a horrible attraction. No responsible person wants that on the big screen at your local Buffalo Wild Wings or in masses of people’s living rooms.

                The film you saw as a child was probably the toned down Billy Wilder version, “Die Todesmuhlen” or an even more edited version made from it. If the scene of corpses stacked is what stuck with you, you didn’t see much of what’s in the more extensive and graphic documentaries. There’s a huge difference between being “pussified” and having some respect and a sense of responsibility to protect victims depicted in criminal materials and more sensitive members of society.

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                • TimesUp says:

                  Perhaps we are all on the same page. I doubt anyone is saying that whatever is captured in the videos/pictures (alleged I might add) be gratuitously blasted on the television screens of the nation unfiltered. At least I am not.

                  I am, however, reminded of the mother of a close friend of mine in my youth who was a twin in Auschwitz and who being a twin was subjected to “medical” experiments by Dr. Mengele. I am reminded of her husband who also had his prisoner number permanently stamped on his forearm from his time in Bergen Belsen and Auschwitz. They were wonderful people who had suffered immeasurably and whose suffering continued into their late adulthood with recurring near-nightly nightmares throughout their lives. They survived the camp experience but in a way never escaped from that which was done to them.

                  If what is swirling about the contents of Weiner’s computer is true, then I am guided by what the people of whom I spoke wanted the world to know about their experience. They emphatically wanted the world to know the unvarnished truth of what happened. For them it was about giving some meaning to the horrors of the death camps, that the truth about them be wildly known as a lesson for future generations.

                  Need we see everything in grotesque detail? Of course not. But enough of what has happened needs to be chronicled and exposed for those complicit to be duly punished sufficiently for it to be a new lesson for new generations to also digest along with the Holocaust.

                  Be it that is is all a unfounded conspiracy. Failing that, be it that we have the courage to face it.

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                • I change the channel if don’t like a TV show.

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            • Treeclimber says:

              I agree, it would probably make me ill, perhaps even physically. Yes, I still think I – and every ADULT – should see it at least once. Those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it.

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          • Risa says:

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        • TimesUp says:

          I am fine with not exposing classified documents for the reason you cited.

          As for the videos/pics, I respectfully disagree then need to be exposed. I have seen plenty of videos and pictures showing the horrors of the holocaust which were plenty traumatizing. Eisenhower forced the townspeople around the concentration camps to walk through the camps and bury the dead. He also insisted the media chronicle all of it so no one could later successfully deny what happened.

          For the same reason, it is well past the time that the world saw plainly whatever is captured in the vids/pics on Weiner’s computer for people to make up their own minds about the people involved. It could all be a load of hooey promoted by conspiracy nuts or it could indeed be sickening. If sickening then the more it is all exposed the better that those that deny not get away with their lies.

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          • Time-how much worse can Weeny’s laptop be than the stuff that kids are looking at all day long on their screens?? Every kind of pornography, acts of violence and deviant behavior available 24/7/365 online.

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            • TimesUp says:

              Truth is I have no clue since the only the thing I have to go on is the commentary by Erik Prince shortly before election day that the contents were horrible. He doesn’t strike me as the kind of person that would make up accusations of that type but until there is more sunlight I have no basis upon which to opine.

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            • dayallaxeded says:

              I’m sorry, but obviously, Seneca, Times, and Tree have no idea just how bad and affecting that stuff can be. The fact that some kids manage to access some bad stuff on da webs is not a carte blanche to release stuff that is per se a criminal act to publish or even “possess” to view.

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              • Blithely ignoring the fact that PARENTS historically were there to block their children.

                “Oh, we just cannot do that”.

                Sure you can if you actually take away the devices from your screaming darlings and dare to court their temporary fury as you prepare them for a world that doesn’t cave to their tantrums.

                Parents being notified of sensitive content CAN be enough…if the parents stop caving to the pressure of social media designed to steal away from parents the respect, trust and obedience to their parents.

                Work in the school system and look back to see who we HAD for teachers and who we HAVE now and you might realize that parenting doesn’t require making sure Junior gets into the right school and keeps up with the cool kids.

                Public education as run by mostly feminist hags is designed to create adults who join the fight to shut down places like the treehouse.

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            • olderthanuthink says:

              Do you really want to watch a 12 year old boy being forced to rape his 5 year old sister for the benefit of some online degenerate? Or watch a 6 year old girl, who is naked and bound to a table, being raped by a German shepherd, while a group of evil bastard men watch and cheer the dog on? Do you want to witness an infant being tortured in a Satanic ritual? Well, I don’t. I don’t NEED to SEE it. It’s enough to know that it happens – a lot. That alone keeps me awake at night…and leaves me weeping during my prayers for them.
              We don’t need the visual evidence. Even just reading the descriptions is too hard to stomach. I’m not squeamish at all…I just don’t think that using the abuse and torture of people to “entertain” the masses is appropriate. If people can’t be outraged, angered, and sickened by just the knowledge of what happens…then God help them.

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              • Yes YOU DO need to see it, because whether you realize it or not you have been absolutely pummeled with the antifa stuff in movies you watch, sitcoms you watch and campaign propaganda.

                The level of EVIL that hides behind the faces of political operatives and special interests, if seen, would make you want to call upon the forces of heaven to expose the battle in which we are engaged and seeing degenerates forcing themselves upon little girls may be the only wake up call sufficient to get people off their arses and into the skirmish.

                How do you think the parents in small town America felt when MS-13 or ISIS wannabes broke into their homes and stole their children or fornicated with them before slaughtering them in front of their parents??? Do you think that they might have been a bit more alert to self-preservation if they’d been aware that it is not happening ‘somewhere else’ but right in their neighborhood?

                Read a book now many years old by Bill Bennett: “The Death of Outrage”.

                I was thinking about it today as I was listening to Rush marveling at the utter blase attitude that the New York Times reported as it outlined what the FBI and intelligence had done in having an acting president and his administration okay the spying on a candidate to be his successor for the opposing party in the next election.

                This is unprecedented treason and yet the Old Gray Lady was indifferent.

                The Old Gray LAdy just gave a big middle finger to our fantastic founders who knew all about the evil character that those in power can possess; and who wrote a stunningly spot on document to counter that happening here…which the globalist commies want to re-categorize as a ‘living document’ so that they can shape it to fit their enlightened, anti-constitutional coup- minded criminal behavior.

                The Death of Outrage.

                If we do not see it first hand we can hide under our beds with our butts sticking outward thinking that if we can’t see anybody they cannot see us.

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                • olderthanuthink says:

                  Respectfully – please do not presume to know what it is that I do or do not NEED to see. I’ve seen enough. I’ve read enough. I don’t NEED more. I’m sufficiently outraged and sickened as it is.
                  I pray for those children who have suffered so much at the hands of Satan’s minions…not knowing if they are even still alive. I pray for those who are being tortured and abused now – that they are found, and can be healed. And I pray that the perpetrators are found and stopped – by any means necessary.
                  I didn’t need to see the videos of the journalists and others who were beheaded by ISIS to be horrified and angered by what happened to them. I know some people did watch out of curiosity…I wonder if they wound up regretting that impulse?
                  The people that commit these acts aren’t people – they’re inhuman. I don’t need to watch examples of their depravity in order to be absolutely certain that they are depraved. It’s not a sideshow, or a horror flick. It’s real-life rebellion against the Creator of the universe. This is a spiritual battle that calls for spiritual warfare.

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          • The animal activists have NO compunction about showing us horrific animal cruelty. The news has NO compunction foisting photos of anti-American/anti-Israel fighters or thugs who have been JUSTIFIABLY killed, while they fabricate a narrative that ALWAYS villifies America, our police and any other entity that stands in the way of their globalist commie agenda.

            THIS is our fight. To show the babies and to show the Kate Steinles and to show the children and to show the kidnapped women sold into slavery…and to show female genital mutilation and r a p a c i o u s violence.

            The left keeps NOTHING from us that gratuitously furthers their agenda and the pansies OR deep state who shudder and sob are not sensitive at all. They are hardened, callous, arrogant and bloodthirsty tyrants ‘on deck’ ready to bat.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          Jeans, you seem to have a law enforcement or other intel background–really appreciate your comments–knowledgeable, well thought out. You are right on all points. It would be horribly irresponsible for law enforcement essentially to distribute porn, let alone pedo or snuff or whatever else those sick freaks were up to. It would be perhaps more horribly wrong if those sick freaks don’t get massive jail sentences, if not capital punishment for the horrors they perpetrated and suborned. On a “me too” note, people at large shouldn’t see a lot of stuff law enforcement people have to see and deal with. I know I’d like to unsee a bunch of stuff, but it’s not an available option.

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          • Risa says:

            The American public needs to know what our “elite” ruling class has done with the power they have taken for themselves. They need to view enough of it to know what evil has been controlling their country.

            Does all of it have to be released? No. But enough of what is documented needs to be crammed down the consciousness of our fellow citizens so that hopefully there will be enough anger created that an ignorant or disinterested populace wakes up.

            Saccharine fairy tales are for small children. We need to start being honest with the adult citizens.

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            • TimesUp says:

              I couldn’t agree more.

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            • snarkybeach says:

              the sheeple at large are brainwashed to believe everything CNN/MSNBC/NYT tells them. It will take an extreme jolt to wake them up.

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            • Steve says:

              Yes. Some circumspection is required but only a severe shock will get through to the mentally challenged how now make up a large section of our population. We are fighting true Evil and sunlight is the best weapon.

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              • Exactly. Notice of ‘sensitive content’ is sufficient and a person has the capability to turn off something as soon as they see it.

                We are not throwing people into a ‘clockwork orange’ situation where they have no option to look away from filth and evil.

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          • Treeclimber says:

            I fully understand what you’re saying – and no, I haven’t seen what law enforcement and our military have seen. But I’ve seen a bit more than perhaps you think I have. My family (mother, younger sister, and self) lived in the ghetto for nine years during my sister’s and my adolescence. Drugs, kidnappings, murders, thefts, rapes, dog fights. Sirens nightly, gun shots at least once a month, blood on the sidewalk right outside our window. The woman in the apartment behind us was a prostitute – her bedroom was adjacent to mine and my sister’s shared room, we heard everything. One time the two of us put a stop to a rape, heard a woman screaming for help in the laundry room, went over and called out before calling the police. The last night we were there, my now-husband stopped a gang rape that was planned on my sister and I.

            So YES. Tell us, show us, make us sick, horrify us, and put a stop to it.

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            • AMEN. If we want to be snowflakes, we can go pick up a blanket and a coloring book, some crayons and go join the others in a safe corner. People here need to consider the previously unthinkable.

              it is the least we can do after our soldiers went off to battle to fight for us and had their lives destroyed by what THEY saw …to keep us safe.

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      • pnj01 says:

        Given the Sep. 16 date of the warrant application, the affidavit probably only concerns Weiner’s attempt to abuse the underage girl via the computer to be seized. It was once the investigators reviewed the contents of the computer that they realized Hillary was caught with her e-pants down.

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    • This gets better and better. James Comey stated that they couldn’t prove “intent” with regard to Clinton’s emails, so they let her walk.

      This affidavit specifically states that they referenced violations of 18 US CODE 793 (e) and 18 US CODE 793(f) as basis for the search. Here are the two statutes:

      18 US CODE 793
      (e) Whoever having unauthorized possession of, access to, or control over any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, or note relating to the national defense, or information relating to the national defense which information the possessor has reason to believe could be used to the injury of the United States or to the advantage of any foreign nation, willfully communicates, delivers, transmits or causes to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted, or attempts to communicate, deliver, transmit or cause to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted the same to any person not entitled to receive it, or willfully retains the same and fails to deliver it to the officer or employee of the United States entitled to receive it; or

      (f) Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense, (1) through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, or (2) having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of its trust, or lost, or stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, and fails to make prompt report of such loss, theft, abstraction, or destruction to his superior officer—

      Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

      Why is this a big deal? Because section (f) has NOTHING to do with intent. Section (f) is all about the affirmative duty of a person to safeguard classified information that they have been entrusted with. There is no intent required for violation of this statute. Intent is irrelevant. The standard is “gross negligence”. That standard was passed the instant the Send button was pressed on the first classified email.

      Even worse, part (2) of section (f) means that even if you didn’t lose it, if you know the classified info is in a place that violates the safeguards AND YOU DON’T REPORT IT, you are guilty of this violation of the Espionage Act.

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      • maga2004 says:

        Maybe the point is to expose Wiener – sorry about the pun – to lay the groundwork to hold Hillary accountable for the same thing.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        The only problem with this great post is that liberals refuse to read or abide by the law. Same with the Strozk/Page texts messages. Rather than actually reading them, most libs on blogs are puppets of CNN and MSNBC. Would that they would actually read the messages or the actual LAW as you quote here, they might be able to step outside their confirmation bias and blind spots to see the facts/evidence which lead them to the truth. Great post by the way!!!

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      • Everett Miller says:

        That’s Barry Soetero, or whatever his name is. Previous POTUS guilty of espionage and Conspiracy

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    • cdnintx says:

      They kept this sealed from Sept. 2016 ….prior to Trump’s election,

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  2. fleporeblog says:

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  3. wheatietoo says:

    When Laura interrupted and talked over Rudy…I wanted to slap her.

    All and all, though, it was a good interview.

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    • MSO says:

      Laura seems to do that a lot. I’m beginning to wish her guests would appear with a different host.

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      • Ad rem says:

        Found you mistakenly in the spam bin…. 😦

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Yeah, I don’t mind it when she interrupts/talks over the Lying Leftists who come on there and start reciting their dishonest talking points.

        But she shouldn’t do that to good guys like Rudy.
        Just ask questions…and let them answer.

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      • noswamp says:

        And her questions are from “what we saw from CNN”? As if CNN was authority. I guarantee you they are not citing Laura’s show for anything, not even this interview. ZIP. NADA. She gives them way too much deference. And yes, she talked over Rudy, simply unbelievable. I think she is turning into a Shepard Smith.

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      • JMC says:

        Yes. Laura stepped all over Robyn Gritz’s air time the other night.

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      • rmramerica says:

        She and the other “personalities” of Fox do that (interrupt) all the time. Tucker Carlson listens and is very good, but the rest…..terrible. Fox believes that the reason people watch is because of the “talent” they have assembled (see the new commercial launch featuring all those Fox super star announcers). Which is rubbish. You think Laura’s bad, check Lou Dobbs and Hannity. These guys think they are so important and experts on every topic. They talk over everyone….self absorbed. Use to watch quite a bit, now just catch a few shows now and then. The network’s product has become very tiresome and annoying. Waiting for and hoping for Sinclair’s entry into cable. Fox is ripe to lose their audience.

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          Dobbs has gotten worse. Can’t watch anymorew.

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          • noswamp says:

            “Dobbs has gotten worse. Can’t watch anymorew.”

            I still watch sometimes but on YouTube, so I can fast forward through his 2 minute questions and diatribes.

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          • Kristin says:

            I concur about Dobbs. Very annoying. I told him over Twitter. Same with Hannity who yesterday said: I will be more quiet next time, realizing he again had taken valuable airtime for repeating what we know. I understand we are ALL infuriated. I get that. But they are the professional ones.

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            • Tegan says:

              Communicate with Laura I….perhaps enough voices will make a difference. If I were a program host,I would watch my previous programs to pick up annoying gestures, patterns, etc (like watching football game footage, etc) and surely interrupting would leap out. Or, the producer should critique. After all, they want the ratings..you would think they would correct the things that drive people away.

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        • snarkybeach says:

          boo.. I’ve been binned…

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    • MM says:

      LOL……..
      Many had the same feeling as you Wheatie…….

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    • Dixie says:

      Laura sounded like she had been sucking helium.

      The best part of that awful interview was when Guiliana said “I think they’ve got all the facts; if they write a fair report, that’s fine; if the report is unfair, write it and we will combat it; we will rip it apart; we would rip them apart; but we’d rather peacefully settle this and get it over with”.

      Then in the reverse, this was posted on Fox News home page tonight: I can’t decide who I despise the most: Brennan & Clapper or Warner & Burr. The Senate Intel Committee has now concluded the Russians were trying to hurt the hag and help Trump. SPIT!

      [video src="http://media2.foxnews.com/BrightCove/694940094001/2018/05/16/694940094001_5785700348001_5785700473001.mp4" /]

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Well look at who they interviewed to come up with that finding: Brennan, Clapper, McCabe…. Got a real unbiased set of witnesses. NOT!

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        • Dixie says:

          The other half of that problem is Warner and Burr. In that video I finally posted correctly, Burr looked like a wet dog standing behind his buddy Warner. Burr is the chairman of that committee but Warner is the alpha and we’ve all seen HIS text messages.

          I was so angry after watching that video, I had to shut everything down. And I’m still angry this morning. Burr is about to get an email from me. I want him to know I saw that hound dog look and I am not impressed with his behavior as my senator.

          Clapper and Brennan looked like a couple of self satisfied pompous jackasses leaving that committee room. I’m surprised they weren’t smacking their lips.

          Sorry for the rant but this has really brought out the worst in me.

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      • maga2004 says:

        Dixie, who the h. e. double toothpicks cares???? Obama blatantly interfered in Netanyahu’s election, and others, with U.S. government money!!!! Why is that not a big deal????

        The rant is not directed at you, Dixie, but the idiots pushing this russia narrative.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        We have to expect that Mulehead will reprise his tour de force performance in the vilification of Steven Hatfill and Dr. Ivins (who committed suicide–officially to escape certain apprehension and prosecution, but equally likely, purely out of stress and desperation after years of persecution by FIB). That cost us taxpayers a decade’s worth of massive investigative resources, a $5.82M settlement to the wrongly accused and vilified Hatfill, the suicide of an important military biological scientist who had aided in the investigation until Mulehead needed a new scapegoat and yielded 0 convictions, 0 sound scientific conclusions, and 0 improved safety for the nation. Mulehead’s response, after Ivins suicides and Hatfill is formally cleared–“No mistakes were made.”

        If you want to see how much BS flew like a swarm of gnats around Mulehead and Comey, take a look at https://www.revolvy.com/main/index.php?s=2001%20anthrax%20attacks&nojs=1 . I can’t vouch for the publication, but it’s got more of the contradictory back and forth and CYA BS documented than any other article on the topic that I’ve seen. It is, in short, dizzying.

        It should be assumed that Mulehead’s SC report is going to be exactly the same kind of weaponized gnat swarm, targeted at PDJT and his family. I know one mistake that was definitely made back in 2001 and it’s being repeated now–letting Mulehead masquerade as law enforcement.

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    • Colorado Conservative says:

      I stopped listening to Ingraham’s radio show during the 2016 GOP Primary because I got sick of hearing her criticize candidate Trump. But then I tuned into the Treehouse when they published her interview with President Trump not long after he got into the White House. She did the same exact thing to him, interrupted him or talked over him. It was boorish and unprofessional behavior on her part. That is why I refuse to watch her new show too.

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    • pnj01 says:

      i LIKE LAURA AND FIND HER PERSONAL STORY VERY APPEALING. i AGREE, THOUGH, THAT SHE INTERRUPTS PEOPLE TOO FREELY–AND NOT TO BRING THE STORY BACK ON LINE–BUT SIMPLY TO SAY SOMETHING SHE WANTS TO SAY.

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  4. parteagirl says:

    Sorry off topic, has anyone seen this yet?

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  5. AngelOnejudicial says:

    Off topic but John Brennan has since deleted a May 12 tweet where he “predicts” the Senate Committee will come to different conclusions than Nunes…..Not surprisingly he has since deleted it and I know someone has a screen shot i saw someone post it earlier today before thinking to grab it myself. Nice how twitter dissappeard that for him

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  6. gerkenstein says:

    They know they are going to jail…. they will keep it running as long as possible until they have enough leverage to not go to jail.
    If not, Team Hillary will snuff them out.

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  7. Paco Loco says:

    All of this stuff being revealed is Big and Ugly!

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    • Susan Jacob says:

      What I have been wanting and praying for is that Hillary Clinton will be held to account for her role in the death of Gaddafi as well as the deaths of the four Americans at Benghazi. This was an extremely serious, tragic breach of everything that is supposed to be America. I don’t blame Kim Jong-in (spell check error) in being concerned about John Bolton’s comments regarding the “Libya model” . . . which only naturally would lead any thinking person to say, if they did not know already, “so, what happened with Gaddafi and Libya?” Well, Gaddafi, who had become our ally, was killed, with the help of NATO – and Libya has become a total hellhole.

      Why didn’t George W. Bush criticize what happened to Gaddafi and Libya after the success of the Libya model during his administration? Were the Bushes such good friends by then with the Clintons that they did not want to criticize “the Arab Spring” and Hillary’s role in the death of Gaddafi and the tragedies at Benghazi?

      The death of Gaddafi wasn’t just – IMHO – an “outcome” of the Arab Spring, it was a deliberate message to all Muslim leaders to not forego terrorism and align with the US – no, in spite of being the Secretary of State and thus responsible for upholding American prestige and trustworthiness, Hillary Clinton undermined that.

      I am getting really tired of fooling around about her damn e-mails – I want to see her really called to account for Gaddafi’s death and the deaths of our four Americans at Benghazi –
      THAT might help restore confidence, big-time.

      Oh, and also fire John Bolton – without any equivocation. Mike Pompeo did so much and then John Boiton reveals himself to be a total ass, once and for all.

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      • JX says:

        Obama wanted “Arab Spring” to install his MB friends. Clinton wanted it so she could enrich herself, State would award contracts for reconstruction etc to friends who contributed to her foundation. Her illegal communication system – a classic espionage setup – was an enabling crime.

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      • piper567 says:

        my prayers re hrc are always that God would please to kindly remove this evil from our midst.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        I love how John Bolton is giving heartburn to liberals and dictators everywhere…

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      • WES says:

        Susan: the Lybia model doesn’t really apply to North Korea because NK has a big brother named China! Gaddafi’s big mistake was owning over a 100 tons of gold that the banker’s needed!

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        the murder of Gaddafi was both a message to other GME leaders to dance to the KlintoonKrimeKartel’s tune or else, with the kicker of Gaddafi’s massive gold and silver reserves, which he built up with the intent of establishing a North African/GME based currency for trade, especially in oil/gas. He had graduated from petty terrorist dictator to grandiose empire builder. KKK was fine with him as a cat’s paw or foil petty terrorist, but grandiose and potentially somewhat successful empire builder, especially one who would interfere with KKK mining “investments” in Africa, well that was just one straw too many.

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  8. SR says:

    PTrump team should never trust Mueller, FBI and DOJ until it’s offica closed with report and officially sign off by DAG.
    I think it will be done before Singapore trip.

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  9. fleporeblog says:

    It is ALL falling apart!

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  10. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Mr. Giuliani did mention the existence of a plan B and plan C, without going into detail. Perhaps they will not be needed, as the whole sordid mess starts to unravel in the public eye. He also did mention that tolerance of these “fishing expeditions” to bankrupt former White House staffers with legal fees would no longer be tolerated.

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  11. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Dang it. I FORGOT to get popcorn.

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  12. woohoowee says:

    Rudy wanted to ask for the Crooked Hillary treatment for his client, PT45 – “…the report two weeks in advance, clearing my client…” LOL!

    He advises Mueller to wrap it up. This is not good for the country.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      This is great. What Trump is doing is giving them a final out. Will they take it?

      No. Cankles won’t back down. Obama won’t back down. Jarrett won’t back down.

      Last exit not taken. Buckle up!!!

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      • woohoowee says:

        You’re right, Wolfie, they won’t back down. They’re all radicals and went too far. Past the point of no return. Now it’s time to pay the piper.

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      • CMDCMRET says:

        They can’t back down. The final hurra will be calling the stormtroopers to burn it all down and THAT, my friends is why Sessions only seems to be working on MS13, hezbollah infiltrators, et al. It’s their last ditch defense and he is dismantling it one piece at a time….timing is everything treepers. You heard it here first.

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        • CMDCMRET says:

          This is a fight to the finish…the election “ruined everything” and it’s now do or die for the Quislings (see Vidkum Quisling). We defeat them or we live in an Orwellian nightmare. Buck up treepers, we’re going to win and there will be no amnesty for the treasonous Dems. Do or die. MAGA!

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        • noswamp says:

          Never heard of that angle before re Sessions. CMDCMRET: well said.

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    • woohoowee says:

      Rudy says they want to settle this peacefully, but are ready to rip SC apart if that’s what it takes!

      (He’s working pro bono. Another good man 🙂 )

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      • pmdea says:

        President Trump tweeted on 7th May “The 13 Angry Democrats in charge of the Russian Witch Hunt are starting to find out that there is a Court System in place that actually protects people from injustice…and just wait ‘till the Courts get to see your unrevealed Conflicts of Interest!”

        Nice if their names/pics show up on Wieners Laptop…Rudy knows how to rip the SC apart…

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        • Amy Musick says:

          The order was to unseal the warrant and it’s back up. ‘not sure we’ll EVER know what’s on the laptop. Bleachbit is known to everyone now!

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        • woohoowee says:

          Nice if their names/pics show up on Wieners Laptop…Rudy knows how to rip the SC apart…

          🙂 Indeed Rudy does know how to tear ’em apart! It’s good to see PT45 on the offense with the miscreants. Enough is enough.

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      • He’s got rewards in heaven coming.

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        • Amy Musick says:

          Rewards are for those who have advanced the Kingdom. ‘not sure Rudy qualifies, but I’d love to give him a reward!

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          • Steve says:

            That’s not what Jesus said.

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            • Amy Musick says:

              “For instance, we are told in the book of Matthew that there is a great reward stored up in heaven for those who are insulted and persecuted for Jesus’ sake (Matt. 5:11-12). Elsewhere, the Lord tells us that acts of kindness done for His followers will be noted and rewarded (Matt. 25:40). Even a cup of water given to a thirsty disciple will not be overlooked on judgment day (Matt. 10:42).”

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  13. AZ18 says:

    Senator Mark Warner is worth $258 million dollars. Feinstein is worth $100 million. I vote that any politician or justice employee who had anything to do with Russian collusion, reinburse US, the taxpayers, for the cost of the Special Counsel.

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  14. noswamp says:

    I love Gulianni. What he did to NYC was short of a miracle. We need him as a prosecutor somehow in charge of Huber. The guy would clean house!

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  15. Donna in Oregon says:

    Unsealing Weiner case must be Rudy’s Plan D. Excellent strategy.

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  16. rmramerica says:

    Rudy Giuliani is terrible. I understand why Trump brought him in. He trusts him and knows Giuliani is an enthusiastic advocate. But, he doesn’t know the law well, draws incorrect conclusions from past cases and blurts out things that don’t need to be said. deGenova would have been terrific if Trump wanted to become more aggressive. Rudy’s time to retire as a lawyer is here.

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    • Out of respect to my fellow I’ll not voice what I really think of this childish post apart from saying, Put. Down. The. Bong.
      ps: Gunny, Wolf, EagleDriver, Fle, etc., this excludes you. !! 😉

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    • AMillionDChess. says:

      Apperantly , you didn’t follow Rudy interviews during the election. It is his style . That same Rudy interviewing style help propelled Trump to the White House. Did you see the interviews Rudy was giving after that ‘grab um by the’ came out? He was brilliant!

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      I love Rudy. He saved NYC, not once but twice – as AG and as Mayor.
      If Rudy were a boxer, most would be saying he is past his fighting-weight prime and lost some of his punching power. Let’s remember, when P Trump needed to replace Dowd his first and second choices were not Rudy, but DiGenova and Ted Olsen.
      Rudy is loyal, but not as sharp as he once was. Trust in Trump.

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Even though he isn’t on the Trump legal payroll, we are lucky to have DiGenova who is generous with his time and a great front man against the media bias.

        Sometimes I think there was a deal struck with DiGenova = “let me NOT be your lawyer, but defend you to the hilt in the media, in ways that your attorney (Rudy) can’t”. That would be 3D chess move !

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    • I think he is terrific and that you sound like you are afraid he will put an end to this investigation…that interview was excellent and I like Rudy’s approach and he knows what he is doing. He draws incorrect conclusions? Really? I hope he draws whatever conclusions work to get Mueller and his ideologues who work with him and to end this witchhunt. Go Rudy!!

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    • Bavak says:

      When having facts , or an accurate interpretation of law made a difference in all of this.

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  17. dawg says:

    So I think I’ve figured out the strategy here.

    Priority #1 is to end the Special Counsel.

    The Plan A strategy to achieve that is to appeal to Mueller’s sensibilities, get them to shut it down on their own and give them an “out” in the process.

    “We’ll play fair if you play fair. Let us know what you need clarification on and we’ll give you that. Write your report and if its not fair, we are prepared to rebut every single word of it, we will destroy it and destroy you in the process. And if you want to get really nasty, we are confident that we can show the entire basis of your investigation is illegitimate.” (Plan B because that will just draw the whole thing out)

    Giuliani: “Wait, what was that? NYT says the FBI might have had a mole in the Trump campaign? Well, I never! It couldnt be! Maybe we are going to have to look into that……” (sarcasm)

    Basically Gules is telling Mule, “You’ve got nothin. I know you’ve got nothin. You know you’ve got nothin. And you got no leverage because you can’t subpoena or indict. So, Bob, do you want to do this the easy way, or the hard way?”

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    • WES says:

      Dawg: Besides how can you not like his folky style! He is always smiling even when he is insulting you! You can get away with murder if you say it with a smile on your face! The smile confuses people because they don’t know whether to take him seriously or not!

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  18. Bob Thoms says:

    Why is EVERYONE,except Sundance, afraid to name Halper?

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    • I think they are afraid they will be accused of violating national security or putting his life in danger but since when did the NYT or WP or CNN care about that?

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Chuck Ross over at Daily Caller has identified Halper and his activities with Paige, Pap, MI6 and other entanglements. He has written several great articles over the past months.

        Why can’t these other yokels name him?

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  19. Bavak says:

    Gloves off Rudy. Go for it. Call their bluff.

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    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      Rudy Giuliani is doing PR for President Trump. He is on a media tour, nothing more. President Trumps real lawyer is Emmet T Flood. He is so low key I had to look up his name. I have not seen him doing ANY media. Maybe some of you have. Let us know if you have because I cannot watch to much of the MSM. Just cannot.
      Mueller & Co are going to try and discredit Trump enough to make sham impeachment proceedings appear relevant.
      I think that is the case here. Mueller & Co will NEVER give up unless they are crushed.

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      • noswamp says:

        They are not giving up that is for sure! Trump will have to find a basis to fire either Rosie or Mueller. Which he will

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      • Giuliani will NEVER just be PR for anyone, but I do agree that he is allowing much of the legwork to be delegated to others.

        Giuliani is never going to be somebody as useless and superficial as DeBlasio, Cuomey or Bloomberg, mayors and governor of NY

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  20. noswamp says:

    Couldn’t disagree more.

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    • noswamp says:

      (With the person that disliked Gulianni).

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      • I agree that Giuliani deserves more respect, but I’m not certain that the person who attributed to Giuliani only a PR occupation was necessarily being dismissive or disrespectful. I think he was just trying to lay out the game plan that he believes to be in place.

        (excuse my little ‘preach’. Don’t mean to, but I’m a veteran of people on boards being sidetracked by side issues and I think that all of us are aware that we are living in possibly the most pivotal time of our country since the founders battled for our independence with King George….ironically, another George is part of the opposition who makes King George look benign: George Soros.)

        AGain, please excuse me for taking on an unsolicited role (busybody) as I don’t mean to imply that either of you need any help.

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        • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

          Yes. i believe that Giuliani, as a quite famous person in America today, is basically leading the media around and telling them the things they want to hear. (both sides). Trump knows that he is the “Object of the Exercise”, so to speak. He is preparing for the inevitable calls for impeachment if the Democrats win big in the midterms. Therefore he has Mr Flood as an…insurance policy.

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  21. Jane Smith says:

    I like that Giuliani wants the “Hillary Treatment for Trump”.
    He should also announce that Trump will be running an “Obama Style Espionage Campaign” against any opponents in 2020.
    That will get the MSM to cover the FISA abuse which can be used to terminate the Witch Hunt.

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    • noswamp says:

      That would have been funny, but there was an outside chance that Mueller might have accepted and done it. At which point it would have embarrassed the President.

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    • I wish that LAura had not been so consumed with hearing what she wanted to hear that she didn’t pause and laugh at Giuliani’s comment.

      Laughter DOES help to remember incidents and more people need to realize how starkly different are the interrogations of Hillary and Trump.

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  22. Right before election would be a nice time to dump the real garbage on the lib dems. I love the smell of lib tears in the fall………..

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    • noswamp says:

      “Right before election would be a nice time to dump the real garbage on the lib dems. I love the smell of lib tears in the fall………..”

      Don’t forget about the GOP establishment as well who actually want Republicans to lose seats. McConnell and Ryan included.

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  23. Amy Musick says:

    Check those national security letters for white out!

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  24. Dutchman says:

    Treepers; Had a crazy thought, which led to a crazy line of thinking.
    I believe its ALL about to come out now, the ‘counterpunching’ is beginning.
    Initially, America and Americans will go thru the stages of grief, denial, anger, etc.
    Eventually, acceptance, and then a serendipitous result; firstly, how close we came to electing a TOTALLY corrupt Pres, in Hillary. Second, that for the first time, in the history of our republic, we can KNOW that we have an uncorrupt President.
    NO Pres. from O back to G.W. has experienced anything like the vetting DJT has endured, and one wonders how many COULD have survived such scrutiny?
    How about the 16 dwarves DJT beat in the primaries? Maybe Carson, but no, his campaign manager stole his $.
    And, how many of the Dem ‘contenders for 2020? ( as I am confident of DJT reelection, at this point)
    Point is, is America going to be willing to go back to the way it was, relying on MSM and opposing campaign to vet our Presidents, and risk another Hillary?
    Maybe we should make this SOP;
    EVERY candidate for Pres should know, sometime between forming exploratory committee, and announcing, that several deep cover fbi agents will be inserted into their campaign. Should they win, as they are being sworn in, a S.C. will be sworn in, as well. Since it is in Natl interest to assure people Pres isnt a ‘manchurian candidate’, working for foriegn interests, or self aggrandisement, selling out America to multinational corporations, this S.C. will have powers normally only allowed for counter espionage investigations. He/she, some person of obvious probity, like former head of fbi, will be able ti ‘bug’ campaign, transition and new admin, read EVERY text, email, memo, listen to phone calls, probe Pres. Financial dealings going back 20 years, family, friends, connections. Personal interactions, as they could open to blackmail.
    Within 1 year, investigation SHOULD be able to assure country, this Pres is ‘clean’, NOT another Hillary.
    If hou can’t withstand this kind of scrutiny, don’t run!
    Say, Pocahontas, take a DNA test, and lets look at where YOUR $ comes from!
    Hey, Bernie, tell us,UNDER OATH, about your wifes running that university into bankruptcy, and exactly how did you pay for that 3rd, beachfront house?
    Because its in the NATIONAL INTEREST that the American people know. We MUST have confidence in our President, like we have had the last 8 years.
    Crazy idea?

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  25. Off Topic.

    Wolfmoon, I honestly have been so busy with work that I haven’t done my due diligence in finding you the information on whistleblowers and informants being threatened.

    Has the activity that you had alluded to, of a threatening nature, subsided or are you still noticing it?

    Please respond as I admit to real concern for you.

    Thank you.

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  26. Betty says:

    These rotten traitors had the “full power and might” of the United States Government, the cooperation of enemies governments (Australia and the UK) … and they could not find an illegal act.

    So in a final gasp they attempt to discomfort President Trump and us, by giving millions of dollars to a sleaze lawyer who requited a money- grubbing porn star to make headlines. When that doesn’t work they broke the law by raiding Our Presidents lawyer’s office, home and hotel room and gave details to the sleaze lawyer more so he has more stuff to feed the traitorous propaganda press.

    THEY DID ALL THIS KNOWING THEY WOULD FAIL. And all it would really do is cause pain to the SWEETEST, GENTLEST First Lady in American history.

    The UK stinks for aiding and abetting this BS.
    Remember England that although it was our government who agreed to save your asses in WWI and WWII, it was us deplorables who actually came to your house to fight and die for you.

    But most of all, all those Senators, and Members of Congress and their staff who FACILITATED or ALLOWED this outrage to our Republic, plus all those career bureaucrats (DOJ,FBI,CIA,CDC, and every spook crawling from under one rock to another, and anyone who covers for them (see Sessions and Wray) STINK TO HIGH HEAVEN, and need to face a firing squad, and if they had any decency they would volunteer to go stand against the wall right now.

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  27. dayallaxeded says:

    I was impressed with RG’s performance in this interview. Honestly, after the last outing, I was concerned about possible early Alzheimers or the like–he was a loose cannon, careening from one gunwale to the other, firing wildly. Here he was focused, measured, clear, but didn’t give away too much. Good to see.

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  28. whodoneit says:

    I have always admired Giuliani but I feel he needs to keep his trap shut about the ‘goes nowhere’ subject of Stormy Daniels. Twice, on Fox, he has placed his foot in his mouth – responding to the issue quite badly – as in “Yeah, there was a payment made in 2017 – no, it was 2016.” Why even discuss it? Sure – he’s alert! Twice he has stumbled into it. What is he thinking? Not helpful. I can’t be the only one who has noticed this.

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