As several investigations into Russian interference into last year’s presidential election remain ongoing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions joked about his encounters with the former Russian ambassador to the U.S. Friday, at the same location in which their paths crossed over a year ago.
Submitted by M Alles for TopTopicsNow.com
I honestly don’t know what to think about this. Is Trump threatening “ people will die” if the investigation on Russian interference into our elections is not stopped and us not dropping sanctions imposed on Russia , or is he afraid for himself or someone close to him. Either way it doesn’t sound good and it just makes it all the more alarming that we get to the bottom of this mess soon!
Submitted by Jonathan S for TopTopicsNow.com
Any leftist thinker with a brain must consider two things. When Rex Tillerson hires the Russian government to provide security to the American embassy, when it was known for years that it was bugged by the KGB, is this an international oligarchy overtaking Nation States? Also, could you possibly think that the Russian government treats its citizens as well as the United States government despite our problems? I don’t.
Submitted by Mike Pann for TopTopicsNow.com
I get why no one is saying this, but it’s basically true, and I will say it. Trump isn’t mad at Jared for the Mueller probe. If it were that, he would be mad at his son and himself and many others. Trump is mad that Jared gets to fuck his daughter and he can’t. It’s sublimation, projection. It’s messed-up icky psychological stuff.
Submitted by Rob M Naik for TopTopicsNow.com
I have deep respect for Sen. Bernie Sanders. While it is sure to draw readers, I would not have titled this op-ed as it is presented. Many Sanders supporters are deeply concerned about the Trump administration-Russian oligarchy quid pro quo. However, I believe the writer’s cautionary thrust is an important contribution to the discussion of the road forward for U.S. politics.
Submitted by Allena Worrall for TopTopicsNow.com