Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 2:00pm Livestream…

[*Note* A lengthy cabinet meeting is ongoing. We’ll have that important video later, w/ comments from Wilbur Ross and others (watch the economic news).]

Sarah Huckabee Sanders conducts the White House press briefing for Wednesday July 18th, 2018.  Anticipated start time 2:00pm EST.

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275 Responses to Sarah Sanders White House Press Briefing – 2:00pm Livestream…

  1. Mayo says:

    ❗❗ EXPLOSIVE NEWS!! – DNC hack was LOCAL – not long distance – as per Bill Binney former Tech Director of the NSA. Visit YT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3mS-3-W0ig&feature=youtu.be

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    • Publius2016 says:

      1)Seth Rich leaked DNC documents
      2)Crooked bleachbit and hammered hers
      3)Podesta fell for phishers

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      • Publius2016 says:

        most likely, Wild Bill gave AG Lynch harddrive to creat Guccifer 2 cover story.

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      • Publius2016 says:

        brinney reviewed Guccifer 2 transfer rate not Seth Rich.

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        • Sentient says:

          Binney first reviewed the files that were released by Wikileaks in late July 2016. Those files contained the timestamps that Binney says could not have been achieved via internet connection.

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          • clive hoskin says:

            I agree.To down load so much data would take way too long,through the internet.It would only be possible from the inside,using a thumb drive or something similar.

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        • 7delta says:

          That’s a good question, Brent, but from what I recall from listening to Binney talk about this several times, their tests were from various points in Europe, however, the rate of transfer, by a wide margin, was at a speed that could only be accomplished using direct download to a device, like a thumbdrive. If he meant that literally, and I took it that he did, even domestic internet connections couldn’t match the speed. I think Sentinent is right, but your question is still one that should be investigated, to provide the rate domestically, if it hasn’t been already.

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          • jello333 says:

            Check out my other comment on “domestic” speed. I think it’s true that the transfer of that data Binney is talking about was most likely TOO FAST to be internet transfer… even IF it was all done from within the US.

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        • jello333 says:

          I just checked my broadband connection and the test showed about 65 Mbits… not bytes, but BITS per second. So about 8 Mbytes/second. And I consider my connection really fast (can easily stream HD movies, etc). So yeah, 49 Mbytes/sec (as Gucifer2’s data shows) would be super fast… most likely TOO fast to be over the internet. (At least if they have similar speeds as mine)

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          • PVCDroid says:

            Your Internet speed is not how fast a file will transfer. The file transfer speed using the internet with multiple scenarios was what Bill’s group tested. They couldn’t recreate the speed over the internet which led them to the USB 2.0 (2016 didn’t have 3.0) logic/thumb drive copy. That was the fastest/only way they could recreate the times. They timed the start/stop creation of the files within the zip that had been created on the DNC Server via timestamps within 7zip and on the server.

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          • PVCDroid says:

            Mueller had to invent the copy to another server within the U.S. scenario in order to make it kind of jive (with a lot of missing elements) with what Bill’s group analyzed. Wonder how much Crowdstrike is being paid to cover all the bases for Mueller. It’s pathetic.

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        • Flubber says:

          Binney talks about a transfer rate of over 50MB/s – that’s roughly 400 mbits/second.

          Thats pretty unlikely for any internet connection. Not impossible, but it relies on both ends and the entire path being gigabit speed.

          To give you an idea, I have 200mb/s internet here. At full whack I get about 12MB/s when downloading from content delivery orientated networks like Steam.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            “Entire path” is a good point. And it’s more like 10 bits per byte transferred, counting packetizing, error correction, the occasional lost packet, and info/admin overhead.
            Add to that the various switching, routing, and muxing equipment in-between, and any other latencies, and the only possible way to get those rates would be fiber, end-to-end.

            Copper can’t do it (except for VERY short hauls), cable can’t do it (abysmally slow upload rates due to the asymmetric configuration of cable internet).

            And even were it some miracle copper connection, it would require a SYMMETRIC connection, as normal setups are High down, Low up, e.g. 100/20. And that’s if no one else nearby is doing anything big. Yep, ISPs oversell capacity, too. That 100 Mbits only exist if not all people are expecting that at the same time.

            Occam’s razor says to look for the simplest viable solution. A “hack”, whether foreign or local, ain’t it…

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        • Fools Gold says:

          To my knowledge (and I imagine Benny’s) there is no transfer rates faster than direct contact via copper wire, gold, or fiber optic cable without using additional relay transfers thru others systems that slow things down typically by half. Using free space such as millimeter wave has come a long way but the world is round (not flat) so relay terminal transfer system is again required. It’s actually simple physics.

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      • jimbo says:

        Seth sent the info to Assange which is why Assange is STILL hiding out,,, FOR HIS OWN SAFETY.

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      • cccp3-o says:

        ….and Pederasta had Seth Rich killed.

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    • It has been known for quite some time that the transfer rates were consistent with what would be expected from a thumb drive…sometime last year or earlier.

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    • We already know that, the DNC turncoat was found, late night dead with a bullet in the back of his head.

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      • Where was Strzok the night Seth was murdered?

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      • Flubber says:

        Seth Rich was shot four times. They made bloody sure he was dead.

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        • stephen fenlon says:

          Except Seth Rich was still alive and conscious when the Police and Paramedics attended. Funny how no body cam footage has been released? or any transcripts of conversation he may have had with LEO’s or EMT’s ?
          He was seen by a nurse in the Hospital who claimed she did not think his injuries were life threatening. then Dr.s and nurses were ushered out of Seth Rich’s hospital room by someone, (FBI? SS?). A short while later he is declared dead.

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    • Oldschool says:

      At some point early in the administration, someone gave POTUS Binney’s name and I believe POTUS asked Pompeo to meet with him. I could be off on who contacted who, but I remember Binney being brought to admin attention. Apologies, I reached my data limit somewhere between bomshells.

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    • Sentient says:

      I believe that Binney would argue that the download speeds exceeded any that could be achieve over the internet – even within the US. He explains in that video that they did tests from the US to several European locations but also from within the US. Moreover, the download speeds exceed internet capability by several times.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      The ‘hack’ – if it occurred – could not have been from inside the US. Mueller has identified and indicted 12 top level RUSSIAN Generals and we know they were not in the US at the time.

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      • Truthfilter says:

        And how convenient for Mueller and company that he will never have to show evidence in court that even ONE of those 12 Russians is guilty as charged!

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        • jimbo says:

          Still waiting for Mulesend to take up Putin on offer to go to RU for an investimagation.

          lol, still I think these 12 Russians can acquire US representation and ask for discovery, just like the previous Russian Corps Mulesrearend tried to pin a bogus charge on.

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          • Truthfilter says:

            Yes! He needs to take Putin’s offer and play by the extradition rules of the current treaty. He won’t do it because this entire Russia investigation is bogus.

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            • Maquis says:

              And he and Rosenstink both sent their indictments to the DOJ NSD to rot in that special person hell.

              Mueller can, and will, now claim it’s literally out of his hands. Can’t even comment on it. After all, it’s still “under investigation.”

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        • Flubber says:

          Well the first Mueller case involving Russians is rapidly going tits up as the Russians actually turned up in court and Mueller is objecting to discovery, which will probably end up with the case being thrown out.

          So this time, he had to make sure there was no chance of the accused turning up.

          If things weren’t so serious, I’d be laughing at how pathetic this is..

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      • Truthfilter says:

        Rabid dogs all of them.

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        • Truthfilter says:

          I was referring to the media.

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        • Charlie says:

          Gladly pay taxes to pay and increase Sarah’s salary.
          Media is twisted!

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          • Let's roll says:

            I do wish Sara had asked all the WH press who accused the Red-head WH staffer of being the arrested “Russian Spy” to stand and acknowledge their mistake. Allow them to “correct the record.”

            These same jackasses will talk for weeks about President Trump who is not allowed to “correct his statement” made at the Putin presser.

            Shameful, hypocritical, pathetically hysterical Fake Media.

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      • clive hoskin says:

        The hack is a lie.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        We are talking high level generals here. If, IF, the Russians were behind this ‘hack’ then it would have been accomplished by low level techies NOT generals. My whole point was that the Mueller response – the people he is indicting for this ‘hacking’ – tells me that there is no ‘there’ there. It’s all kabuki theater – all the way down.

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    • Where is your source?

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    • nontroll says:

      I believe Binney stated if a Russian hacked the server from within the USA they would have a track-able IP address.

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    • libertysc2016 says:

      The indictments mean nothing and present no evidence to document how they know the 12 Russians were involved.

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    • kittytrump84 says:

      I trust Julia Assange and Kim Dotcom way more than my own government, so as far as I am concerned it was Seth Rich.

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    • dd_sc says:

      They did tests, the transfer speed to the place in New Jersey was only 1/4 of the known transfer speeds. The known transfer speeds indicate that data was transferred by someone actually connected to the local network, or copying data to a thumb drive. Someone like Seth Rich or the Awan brothers.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      another reason this whole Russian Election Meddling is a total farce! once any of the evidence is reviewed, reality strikes! Seth Rich was murdered and left in the middle of DC for the World to See! All Surveillance was Destroyed as well!! DC Insiders know…just like Justice Scalia.

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      • CopperTop says:

        People are confused with hacking (II) and phishing (I).

        I) Russians did phish…see Nunes House Reprot March 22, 2018 pg 4 & Chapter two. This was the email John Podesta opened and boom the entire DNC chain of operations was detectable and exploitable.

        II) Download speeds show a thumb drive was used to deliver data somewhere else. This data was leaked. It’s a relevant detail. Who used a thumb drive to download anything? That’s a second actor and possibilities are numerous

        1) Rich or Awan or the like
        2) DNC itself to further isolate Russia and manipulate the manipulation
        3) CHINA
        4) Anyone else who wanted to control Hillary the presumed candidate to win

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        • Publius2016 says:

          or Wild Bill gave harddrive to AG Lynch on the Tarmac in Phoenix and they created Guccifer 2 cover story…btw, for me, Insurance Plan may have been the planting of evidence on Trump Campaign but Wikileaks Vault 7 release stopped the 7th Floor Deep State plan!

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          • CopperTop says:

            Good item subcategory under #2!

            as far as everyone’s thoughts on the “IPlan”…lawfare blog already told the world. ANY plan that means those who ‘KNOW’ because they are standing on the wall of Justice is good and just because their lifetime of civil service and brains means they know what is best for American and it does not have the initials DJT.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Phishing is often used to obtain access for subsequent hacking.

          Most phishing is used to deceive the target into navigating to and providing personal private sensitive data on a fake website.

          Other phishing results in the target unknowingly allowing a piece of spyware to be embedded on their computer or device. That becomes a form of hacking, as opposed to the most common definition of hacking where brute force is used or backdoor or other OS or application vulnerabilities are used to overcome traditional security measures.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          RE 3: Thumb Thing Wong….
          (sorry)

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    • grlangworth says:

      This is the definitive article that appeared 12 December 2016 in Consortium News:

      https://consortiumnews.com/2016/12/12/us-intel-vets-dispute-russia-hacking-claims/

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      • CopperTop says:

        The article ignores phishing or did I miss it? That’s the middle man wild card. Did the user name and password from Password allow a human operator to go onto his lap top at home and download the info…(it’s possible the thumb drive was installed by Russians and until you get someone to flip hard to tell who the ACTUAL person was)

        The article does not mention, Congress either, mention whether there was smart device access which enabled a camera to record him at his desk to obtain any other details necessary to allow a thumb drive data transfer. (Oh YEAH that’s right because the FBI was never allowed to inspect lap tops, servers OR personal devices)

        My money is still on HRC wanting to set up Russia to forward her pro-Ukraine agenda.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Data transfers were in the high 20s MegaBYTES per second, which would map to high 200s MegaBITS per second. No regular ISP offered that bandwidth inside or outside of the US in that timeframe, as only fiber can do that. And if the last mile isn’t fiber (i.e. FTTH), it’s no can do.

      OTOH, 20-30 MBs is well within reach for a modest USB 2.0 stick, and downright slow for a USB 3.0 stick (depending on file sizes; lots of small files, slower access).

      Someone taking a stick, dumping data on it, and heading out would not be hard at all (say, Seth Rich). Doing a “hack” over the net at those data rates: not a chance.

      The indictments are aimed at getting the ham sandwich to stand up, beg for mercy, and yell, like in the old Perry Mason shows “I did it, I did it. You wanted a BLT but wouldn’t have me” (or perhaps, “You wanted a DJT but wouldn’t have me”….

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    • PVCDroid says:

      Many great I.T. minds have thought and tested this through with abundant documentation. I keep seeing all these what if copper, gold, T1, fiber scenarios from data gurus and the realistic scenarios have been weighed in the forensicator/VIPS analysis. It surprises me that many still think the basics haven’t been evaluated in these discoveries. In the meantime, Crowdstrike is dotting their T’s and crossing I’s in their cover up.

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    • svenwg says:

      They tested the upload speeds in various locations, the closest they got to the 45 mb/s was in the USA and it was 12 mb/s, which is the average upload speed on Virgin Media’s fibre optic lines. The fastest upload speed available in the U.K. is 25 mb/s and is only offered by Virgin Media, no other provider can offer more than around 8 Mb/s.

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    • ethicall says:

      The American people know that the real interference in our election process comes from illegal aliens not Russia. Illegal aliens have been voting in our elections and now San Francisco has decided to come out of the closet, concerning this criminal activity, and passed legislation allowing them to vote. The DNC is not concerned about the integrity of elections in America.

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  2. SR says:

    DNC server was never hacked but information stolen by someone (Awan or Seth Rich).

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/07/crowdstrike-analyst-who-ran-forensics-on-dnc-server-used-to-work-for-mueller-at-fbi/

    BREAKING: The CrowdStrike analyst who ran the forensics on DNC servers worked for Mueller at FBI and in fact was personally promoted by Mueller

    DOJ, which is working with Mueller probe, compelled congressional committees investigating Russian election interference to redact info about Russian intrusions @ RNC & other GOP targets from their reports, claiming it is classified at the highest levels.

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    • Paco Loco says:

      The DNC servers clearly weren’t hacked by an outsider via the Internet. Files were simply downloaded to a thumb drive by someone who could access the server(s) via password/log on procedure, probably by someone with high level system access. Ok, so the FBI and Crowdstrike lied about Russian hacking who’s going to call them on it? Mueller ? Not a chance. Come in John Huber were ever you are.

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      Please post from a credible news source or do not post it.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Just want to keep this in front of folks, so I will post again. The Awans worked for Pakistani INTEL who are ties at the hip to Chinese INTEL. The Awans were working on all servers Clinton and Democrat. Besides Chinese spyware, what other spyware and ghosts were n Hillary’s and DNC’s servers. That software could send stuff to another controlled computer in the USA for retransmission elsewhere.

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  3. parteagirl says:

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  4. jahealy says:

    Well, the newly insufferable Trish the Dish Regan just caused me to turn off the not-yet-started WH briefing on FBN.

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  5. Mandy says:

    I have real difficulty watching these because I cannot stand these press people.
    I do appreciate the comments here which provide info on what happens…

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  6. Time for President Trump to present legislation to make Meddling in Elections a FEDERAL FELONY with a minimum sentence of 20 years in prison.

    Meddling would include:
    • Voter Registration Fraud (issuing IDs used by Illegal Aliens to Vote, fraudulent motor-voter registration, failure to clean voter rolls, etc.)
    • Voter Authorization Fraud (allowing unregistered or unverified persons to Vote, etc.)
    • Voter Fraud (submitting fraudulent mail-in ballots, voting multiple times, voting in multiple jurisdictions, unregistered voting)
    • Undermining Election Vote-Counting Integrity (voting machines, tallies, etc.).
    • Foreign actions or funding to INFLUENCE PUBLIC OPINION during an election cycle, whether foreigners in America [what Russians did] or Americans in other countries [what Obama did], INCLUDING Foreign-funded parties, PACs, NGOs, lobbyists, media, activists and operatives, etc.

    Then we can have the Congressional Hearings covering the scope of historical evidence and perps.

    That’s right, Dem Lobbyists, etc. – you got your wish – END of GRAVY TRAIN!

    Let’s GET IT ON.

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    • Mandy says:

      I like it!

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    • FrankieZ says:

      And voter ID for everyone. The Demo Craps heads would explode over that. But Trump needs to throw that out there.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Excellent. Exactly what’s needed. I would add a paper ballot trail to backup computer voting. I also want all digital monitors of machines and counters of ballots examined up the gazoo for their American bona fides by Presdent Trump’s Intelligence (My Intelligence) in which he has complete confidence.

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      • President Trump has BRILLIANTLY arranged for STATES to receive PRE-ELECTION Cyber Security Scans and Risk & Vulnerability Assessments
        … PREVENTING States that fail to get them from alleging Election Problems!

        The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has taken the lead in working with all 50 states, local governments, and private companies to improve election security and integrity.

        • Under President Trump, DHS has increased coordination and information sharing among all election partners, with nearly 1000 elections jurisdictions, including all 50 states, participating in the Election Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center.
        • 34 States, 52 county or local governments, and 5 election companies receive cyber security scans from DHS, free of charge, on an ongoing basis.
        • DHS plans to provide on-site risk and vulnerability assessments to all States that request. Currently 18 States have requested this assessment and 16 are completed for the 2018 election cycle.
        • A new pilot program was launched to share information between State and local officials and the Election Assistance Commission to allow for rapid response on Election Day.
        • During the 2017 elections, the Trump Administration provided on-site cybersecurity support to States.

        https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/president-donald-j-trump-protecting-elections-standing-russias-malign-activities/

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    • swampfox999 says:

      Great post. It should be sent to our reps and the WH.

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    • kittytrump84 says:

      Paper ballots!!!

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    • Bullseye says:

      Except thats what the US does in elections all over the world

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    • libertysc2016 says:

      What about the role International Media Conglomerates play in the U.S. These are not fundamentally American companies and their interests clearly do not align with the interests of the Republic. Such companies should be treated as foreign entities and they would have no room to be engaged in meddling in our politics. So Time Warner and NBC are the same as a foreign country.

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      It’s about time. Remember the ballot box stuffing done in Detroit that was uncovered during the recount? We were supposed to believe that they kept scanning in the same voter over and over because they thought the machine was not recording votes? The Clintons and Obamas were all there right before the election. Now we know why it was so hard to Republicans to win in Michigan. I suspect Philadelphia is not much better.

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      • Your tour guide says:

        Lots of other jurisdictions. One place around my area had an
        out the door, up the block , hours long line to vote in the national
        elections. Clarkston, sanctuary city. Other areas had good turn
        out, but no other area had a down the block line. Would not
        suprise me in the least if I was driving by ongoing fraud that day.

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    • MS Idaho says:

      you always have such good suggestions – hope this does trigger control of illegal voters

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    • Maquis says:

      Live it!
      Please add Failure to Require Voter ID!

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    • piper567 says:

      BKR, I like it. Thanks for the news.
      Yet I see some elements of these proposals, should they ever pass our traitorous Congress, as problematic, enforcement-wise. Up here in deep blue WA State, we have 100% mail-in ballots.
      And while monkeying with tallies is listed as felonious, it is a time-honored tradition here.
      Here, the Dems just continue to find misplaced ballots, sometimes during 3 separate re-counts, until a Dem wins whatever.
      It would take a passle of deputized observers, with some actual training, to even make a dent in the cheating methodology…its quite sophisticated.
      These proposal are sort of an edu thing, where the necessity of monitoring election returns must reach the motivated.
      I have little optimism this proposal will 1) be passed by the Senate, or 2) if it is passed be adequately staffed.
      I am not a debby downer type at all, and I applaud the President for touching all of the bases of this crucial issue.
      And if anything should motivate us to throw out our pi$$-poor excuse for a Senate, the liklihood they would never pass this proposed legislation should do the trick.
      Cannot believe in my lifetime that voting has gone from me having to ID myself, show my Registration Card, and then sign the register to this: in some States, the voter doesn’t even need to be a Citizen.
      What a ride we have been on…straight into The Pit!
      God bless our President who has the courage and energy to enter into this Den of liars, traitors, historical evil, enemies of the First Magnitude…and still comes to a City near you to speak and be with Americans.
      How I love him.

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  7. Curry Worsham says:

    “The President was saying ‘No’ to more questions.” {{poof}}

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  8. jimbo says:

    I really want Sarah to go back to the old days.. when a fat moron asks a ridiculous question like “why didn’t the President insult Vladimir Putin”… she should just say “I only answer valid questions, not ridiculous tripe like that”.

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  9. jahealy says:

    Okay, I’m fed up now with the vipers on the live feed. If I ran the world, the press would have extremely limited and highly controlled access to the WH for the next 7 years. No more humoring their nonsense. The press is behaving in an unprecedented manner, therefore, the WH needs to respond in an unprecedented manner, imo.

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    • Somebody says:

      I could support taxpayer funded shock collars for the press, but perhaps that is a bit too harsh 🤔

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      They should stop these news conferences. Or else, they should change who is allowed in. Let reporters who are not with big media in on the conferences. They would probably ask actual questions about the country.

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      • Sy_N_Tist says:

        One more time…

        Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

        The broadcast media are required to follow federal rules and regulations regarding broadcast media. Since Congress has established laws, the media must not be THE PRESS.

        Stop treating the media as if they had special standing under the first amendment other than as citizens. They are not the press. WE ARE THE PRESS. Analysing the news here at TCTH fulfills every requirement of being the PRESS.

        Kick the media out of the PRESS briefings. Offer a chair to Sundance.

        Sundance, are you listening?
        😁

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        • Maquis says:

          Clone Sundance!
          Perpetual Global Insight!

          GBPDJT&SD
          🇺🇸

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        • CM-TX says:

          | Richard Stengel, a former high-level U.S. government official, head of the office for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs at the State Department from 2013 to 2016, …..

          “Basically, every country creates their own narrative story and, you know, my old job at the State Department was what people used to joke as the ‘chief propagandist’ job,” Stengel said.

          “Propaganda — I’m not against propaganda,” he added. “Every country does it, and they have to do it to their own population, and I don’t necessarily think it’s that awful.” ……

          Keep in mind that in 2013 Congress passed legislation allowing the federal government to fund and create propaganda they knew could be used to manipulate Americans on American soil. This legislation was called The Smith-Mundt Modernization Act, sponsored by Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, that failed in 2011 when it was submitted on its own.

          But in 2013 Thornberry and his co-sponsors buried this legislation in the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014, and it was surreptitiously passed. |

          https://www.westernjournal.com/krisanne-hall-feds-propaganda/

          Presstitutes intentionally lying to the public should negate certain rights afforded under “Freedom of Press”.

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        • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

          What’s fascinating is Thomas Jefferson was bemoaning the mendacious, corrupt “press” as early as 1785. I doubt whether press, media, newspapers, etc. have ever had a nodding acquaintenance with truth and facts.

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      • piper567 says:

        NJ, does anyone know what happened to the Skyped Qs?
        there were some Qs asked over the ether that actually pertained to what Sarah had announced.

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  10. swampfox999 says:

    These pressturds would rather play getchya games instead of focusing on serious issues. What a difference from their fawning adoration of BHO and his thuggish anti-American administration.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      very little on tax cut 2.0 or Judge Kavanaugh

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      • Paprika says:

        Well the 1st is not the issue of the day(they haven’t decided the group think attack plan yet) and the 2nd is already incredibly ancient in the news cycle, until it is the issue of the day again.

        Anyone else noticing that it is not, repeat not, the American electorate with a short attention span, but actually the news media!

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  11. beach lover says:

    This hearing is absurd! I dont know how she doesnt just tell them to shut up and walk off.

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  12. andyocoregon says:

    The RNC was not hacked by foreign entities during the 2016 campaigns, but the DNC was hacked because their campaign chairman stupidly clicked on a password change link in an email sent by someone spoofing Google.

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    • Ivehadit says:

      I think from now on we only say that “an attempt to hack the rnc was unsuccessful along with a successful attempt on the dnc.”

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Even that story is weak as the real links to the DNC server, US Government sites, the White House and others was links found on the Clinton Server by all the entities that were able to enter it..

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  13. American says:

    You can’t reason with them Sarah, they’re immoral, ignorant/deceived, evil/wicked, totalitarianist, wholly undesirable leftards who seek to misuse government to severely persecute the moral on behalf of the immoral while implementing a Venezuela economic in the U.S.. and building up communist China by handing them all our invention/innovation. They’ll line up for the mark of the beast one day like it’s a free iphone.

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    • Maquis says:

      She isn’t truly reasoning with them. She’s reasoning with America. I must admit, I cannot watch these much. Potty mouth issues. But just as fence sitters jump to the side of Truth and Wisdom when they recognize that in President Trump’s words, Sarah has to be reaching hearts guided by minds, too.

      The Fifth column reveals itself and it’s baseness in every encounter. They push ever more Americans away from their evil forces.

      Sarah represents the Administration well.
      God Bless her for her strength, I wouldn’t last a minute in her place.

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      • When I watch these what comes out of my mouth are words I use in no other context. I surprise even myself, not to mentio my husband & the cats.

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      • piper567 says:

        Anyone have a thought or any documentation ab who exactly watches these pressers?
        Or are they all for the purposes of these vermin being able to twist whatever Sarah says, and then make up the remaining content of whatever they write/broadcast?

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  14. bessie2003 says:

    There used to be the concept of earning one’s way to a position of stature, such as a reporter working their way through the work of actual journalism to finally earn a seat to be a White House correspondent.

    Those people are an embarrassment. It would be nice if the White House press office had a say as to the qualifications for accepting reporters to the White House correspondents. Not ideology, just basic mastery of journalism skills. These folks make tabloid reporters look good.

    Other than muh, russia – whatever did they ask about?

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  15. Publius2016 says:

    does voter suppression include requesting a valid ID? citizenship? residency? according to these Globalists, they do! election integrity entails verifying all three!

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  16. andyocoregon says:

    Sarah sure slapped April Ryan in her fat face for the rudeness she once again exhibited. Way to go, Sarah!

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  17. Guyski says:

    It is probably time to start asking democrats and the media why they keep up with this Russia meddling? Are they so sure that the mid-terms are going to be a DISASTER for them, that they are already working on their excuse/reason?

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  18. Publius2016 says:

    liked the question on why it took 24 hrs or so to “clarify” remarks…Think Shine was a terrible hire…preferred Corey or promotion for Sarah

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    • The Boss says:

      24 hours is nothing, if it was that long at all. IT’s not like the media sets the President’s agenda. Just more proof that this whole thing was a set up, and a piss-poor one at that.

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    • svenwg says:

      You do remember that President Trump on leaving Helsinki had almost a 12 hour flight back to the US and had other things to deal with besides changing a single word in a presstitute conference just to satisfy your time preference.

      The whole presstitute outrage was all planned before he even met with President Putin and if it was not the so called mistrust of the US Intelligence agencies (with what they have attempted to do to him and his administration I would not trust them either) it would have been something else aka the North Korea summit.

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  19. Sandra-VA says:

    I feel so bad for Sarah… the ridiculous pack of hyenas are just horrendous! I would just slam my book shut and walk out after two or three repeated questions.

    The WH press briefings need to be restructured, imo. This is a travesty and our enemies are surely rubbing their hands in glee.

    Perhaps a once per week briefing at the other building’s auditorium. Reporters have to step up to a single microphone to ask their question. ONE QUESTION that must be on topic per the briefing Sarah reads ahead of the reporters questions. Anyone off topic is dismissed.

    I don’t remember Obama’s WH having daily press briefings… I also don’t remember any reporter asking a difficult question.

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    • trumpthepress says:

      These briefings are just one additional reason why the President is gaining in popularity while the press has lost all it’s credibility. Any open-minded American can easily see the childish, biased and evil nature of these creeps.

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    • I used to think that these briefings should be more controlled and were getting out of hand. No multiple questions. No shouting. No cameras on the reporter asking a question. Put Acosta and April Ryan in a time out. But the WH must think that the reporters are exposing their biases and the MSM looks bad at the end of the day. Its an interesting point. Acosta may look like a hero to the Washington bubble community, but he looks like a toolbox to most Americans. I don’t think he gets it. And the MSM approval ratings are plummeting.

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    • H.R. says:

      WH Press Corpse Question for the previous occupant of the WH.

      Hard-hitting question:
      “Is the President still wonderful today?”

      Follow up:
      “Just how wonderful is he?”

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    • andyocoregon says:

      LOL, can you imagine the melee that would occur if the WH press was made to step up to a single microphone to ask their questions? It would look like an old 3 Stooges comedy in which each Stooge would grab the other by the collar to pull him back and step ahead. Nobody would make it to the microphone until someone assaulted the others. I would pay to see that.

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  20. andyocoregon says:

    April Ryan always has to get her race card question answered. And she’s never satisfied with the answer.

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    • trumpthepress says:

      It’s fine if she asks those questions, despite them being terrible. It’s her butting in and rudeness all the time that should get her banned…but that would be considered racist…of course…

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      • andyocoregon says:

        Yes, she’s overly aggressive and likes to jump in out of turn. I liked the way Sarah handled her this time by simply giving her the silent treatment until she shut up. Sometimes that’s the best way to handle a spoiled, entitled child.
        But, April always asks racially sensitive questions as she did again today, even though that was not a current topic of discussion in media. It’s an old, worn out complaint.

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  21. gringz says:

    Oh man, I was watching the press conference on Fox, and I wasn’t quick enough on the remote before Shep came on calling Sarah a liar for saying that President Trump’s no answer was in response to a “will you take questions” question. He said that the President and his people just make stuff up. The President said “Thank you very much” which always means that he’s not going to take questions and right after that he said no to someone while there were several people talking, just because that woman was shouting her question doesn’t mean it was the one being answered.

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  22. andyocoregon says:

    And now we have Shepard Smith splitting hairs in another attempt at a Gotcha moment.

    Man, I wish FoxNews would dump that liberal creep.

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  23. Publius2016 says:

    hey WH Press, not even one acknowledgement for our lost Secret Servicemen? not even one followup remark?? 42 year old man, non smoker non drinker prime of life STROKE VICTIM???

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    • Neighbor’s son came out of the military and took a job as security for a rich Frenchman on a yacht. Had that exact type of stroke. The poor parents flew out to France. Their son survived, but they spent decades trying to get financial help from the employer for their now disabled – prime of life – son.

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      • Publius2016 says:

        so sad

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      • That is certainly a bad hand to be dealt. My friend’s husband has a stroke in his late 30’s from an aneurysm bleed. He was partially disabled but managed to retrain as an anesthesiologist. Life takes turns we never expect; teaches you to seize the moment and take the time to be good to those around you every day.

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  24. RDCinPA says:

    With the msm and the Uniparty rat-bastards all clamoring for ‘justice’ and to shut-down / stope Russian ‘hacking’ into our voting process, I think now would be a perfect time for VSG PDJT to propose the reinstatement of the “Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity”!

    Yes! Do it!! Their heads would EX-PLODE!!!

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  25. Why doesn’t President Trump through his intelligence agencies get a warrant or subpoena for all the aforementioned servers under national security reasons? Since classified info was on them, there would seem to be probable cause to get all of them and the Weiner laptop plus the Awan servers. In his Tucker interview it seemed like he did not have them and there was no one on his team trying to get them. This contradicts all the people who claim that- “we got the servers. We got it all”. He said we did not have the servers. He seemed like a lone voice in the wilderness. Its been18 months and these servers should have been secured a long time ago. Does he have them or not? Is this 3D chess?

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  26. todayistheday99 says:

    This entire concerted effort to take down Trump is based on the good faith of the intelligence agencies of which I have zero. Essentially, the evidence/detail/description of Russian meddling is entirely hidden behind the curtain of nation security, from what I have seen.

    They are now trying to get Trump’s interpreter to testify before Congress.

    The witch hunt is turning into mass hysteria.

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    • lastinillinois says:

      I have zero confidence that our DOJ, FBI, or CIA have America’s best interest in mind.

      Zero.
      Any of them.

      And I dont want to hear one more damn time that ‘the lower level people are all hard working, good people who have the country’s best interests in mind’ because EVEN IF it were true – and I dont believe that it is true – it doesnt matter when they are taking orders from muzzie

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      • lastinillinois says:

        Oops!

        from muzzie loving america hating rat bast*rd murderous commies.

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      • American Male says:

        “‘Intelligence’ agency” LOL!

        The majority of the employees both supervisors and lower-level staff are complete morons that couldn’t make it in the private sector where one is judged on their performance, they needed a position where it’s impossible to be fired for incompetence. The attacks of 0/11, Draw The Muhammad Contest, Boston Bombing, MGM Las Vegas an dozens of others are prime examples of our “intelligence” agencies ineptitude.

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  27. Critical Mass says:

    Oh how the guardians of the word have poisoned the well from which words and thoughts are drawn, which well is to revive the spirit!

    In what foul discontent do they prowl, these mangy jackals, to assail and quell the light, to fall into the abyss, only to gnaw at the bones of the rotting carcass of envy, avarice and deceit?

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    • Paprika says:

      Aye, well spoke in thought and spirit, my word-smithing friend. Ye seekers of the beacon of light to guide you through dank gloom of discord, search ye, always far and wide for the stone of truth to sharpen thy pen, thy wit, and thy strength of righteous resolve.

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  28. TwoLaine says:

    I had no idea we could say WH0RES here! 😉
    Media WH0RES!

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  29. Nigella says:

    So forget Russiasummit gate, we now have No gate?

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  30. rsmith1776 says:

    What kind of mother did this obese piece of trash have, not to show her a modicum of manners?

    April, you belong in a zoo.

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  31. Dora says:

    I wasn’t able to watch the press conference, so I don’t know what it is that Amy Siskind thinks is the most alarming development yet: The president seems to have given the dogs something else to bark about.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      This is just going along with our agreement between the two countries whenever someone in Russia or US is charged with a crime. Standard protocol, SOP.

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    • Paprika says:

      “If true” seems to be the latest ‘lead’ into alarming algorithms, specious speculation, vapid vapors, political propaganda, hyper hypothetical hypocrisy, and precociously premised pontificating with a built in excuse (well,I said-“if true”) for not taking responsibility for shoddy reporting and research.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      Why would that be alarming? We have a treaty with Russia that allows them to do just that if the alleged crime is against the law in both countires.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Dora – this may have more to do with who Russia investigators want to interrogate. imo
      Russian investigators want to question Obama’s Ambassador to Russia, Michael McCaul.
      Must protect the Precious, you see.

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  32. Each and every day the MSM wakes up and as they rise from bed their first thought is “this is the day!” This is the day we bring down Trump! And each day they find some morsel that “this is the one!” Trump is FINISHED!!! And they are so excited and they get together and start tweeting, and talking and getting all in a lather as they realize slowly that no. This is not the day. Trump is still here. Trump is still your President. And Trump is here to stay.

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  33. frank field says:

    American cyber is able to make all intel look like it was “hacked” or removed by anyone they desire.

    Trust Brennan and his? Me either.

    DRAIN IT

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  34. ranWA18 says:

    Love me some Lou Dons… about the press “to say they are acting childish is an insult to children”

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  35. Katherine McCoun says:

    While media is screaming at Ms. Sanders about President Trump not 100% blindly trusting our intelligence & law enforcement agencies (such as the CIA & FBI), the Dems in the House are voting against and refusing to vote in support of another law enforcement agency, ICE.

    Hypocrites! Just proves this is their fake news, fake melodrama, try to “get” President Trump talking point of the day/week but is not sincere

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  36. The most amazing thing about our life today is how much we must ignore, skip over, avoid. Sure does make for a more peaceful day though…..

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  37. Dusty Smith says:

    I am beginning to suspect that the Dems were “hacked” by four separate groups: the Russians, the Pakistanis, Seth Rich, and our own intelligence agencies, which sadly appear to have been the first in and last out.

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  38. Retired IG says:

    Tonight was the first time I’ve watched an entire new conference re Sarah Huckabee Sanders. She is now on my prayer list. She is amazing. Can’t imagine the smarts, strength, courage, and command of the facts to deal with the “MOB.”
    Also read on Zero Hedge but forgot my password or would comment there .Nonetheless, this is pretty interesting:
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-18/putin-asked-trump-permission-interrogate-obamas-ambassador
    Our MAGA President is sending the rats out of their hidey holes. Its just like putting an ant trap on the floor. The ants come out of nowhere so suddenly very hungry and thrirsty.
    Also, wondering at this early morning hour – where is our Vice President? The “internets” continue to BASH Sessions. But where in the world is Waldo, I mean-Pence?

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    • Retired IG says:

      Would also like to change my “Avatar” to something else but am so Amish technology wise. Can anyone help me, I am not that chewy guy with a bad face. Or maybe I am?
      Thanks in advance.

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  39. Ditch Mitch says:

    OMG! “Rookie” Peter Doocy takes “Super Correspondent” Roberts place in the front row. Sitting right next to “Princess” Hallie. Boy did Hallie give Peter a condescending look.

    Peter even got a question in before Hallie.

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  40. Ditch Mitch says:

    Since Jimmy isn’t there, Hallie Jerkson gets to be the rude one. Equal opportunity rudeness.

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