For someone who spends a lot of time mining Twitter, your silence is deafening @RichardGrenell. I’ll draw from it an adverse inference that you did cover up intelligence that Kilimnik gave sensitive polling data to Russian intelligence, which Mueller said he could not prove. https://t.co/IQluhk1dcI
Remarkable story about one mediocre Nunes staffer who was way over his head in Trump-world. It does not include, however, that Patel went around the chain of command to directly advise Trump about Ukraine, presumably with info and support from Nunes. https://t.co/pZthZ9yDMz
Adam Toledo was running from the police, perhaps because he had a gun. When he stopped, the officer told him to turn around and raise his hands, which is EXACTLY what he did. Yet he was shot and killed anyway. The gun is no justification for shooting someone following orders.
One note about Kilimnik that is not getting enough attention: this is almost certainly not information new to the US Government given that it happened almost 5 years ago.
So did the Trump admin simply hide this intelligence from Mueller and SSCI?
I can’t wait for Trump and allies to apologize for falsely claiming that there was no collusion. Perhaps proving conspiracy is too difficult — sensitive intel often cannot be used in court and must prove PM’s knowledge/intent — but there is no longer any doubt about collusion. https://t.co/j3zDkNzhcr
.@danielsgoldman sees a whole new sinister turn in the Trump wars -- from political pressure or pardon dangling to flat out witness intimidation. I discussed it with him and our conversation is at https://t.co/Lg2YRpeHH2
"The only real remedy is a sweeping criminal investigation that wraps up the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers, these domestic terrorist organizations which... are currently being investigated as well as other people who are close to Trump" - @danielsgoldman w/ @NicolleDWallacehttps://t.co/O4k0VESfmX
A source close to former VP Mike Pence tells @Acosta Trump’s legal team was not telling the truth when attorney Michael van der Veen said “at no point” did the then president know Pence was in danger on January 6th.
Asked whether van der Veen was lying, the source said "yes."