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How Did America Stoop So Low To Fall Into The Hands Of Donald Trump And Steve Bannon, Bigots, Fascists, Racists, Liars, Crooks And Un-American? What Is Donald Trump Hiding?

Posted in United States with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 20, 2017 by sheriffali

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To Fully Restore America’s Election Credibility And Damaged Democracy, Congress Needs To Set Aside Party And Give Priority To Country, By Carrying Out Independent, Verifiable, Bona Fide Investigation Into Russia’s Meddling In The 2016 Election; Trump Ties To Vladimir Putin And Russia and, The Suppression And Purging Of Voters, In The 2016 General Election.

 

Donald Trump has literally tore up America’s creditability from within and Internationally and with each passing day, Trump embarrassments becomes bigger and bigger. Unless these problems are corrected immediately, America’s Elections and claims of Democracy would be nothing but a joke to many Americans and most importantly, around the world.

 

New York Times – What Is Trump Hiding?

 

“In his short White House tenure, President Trump has already set a record for histrionic tantrums against the media — whether attacking CNN, The Washington Post, The New York Times or MSNBC for revealing his 2005 tax return, as he did last week. He’s actually pursuing a well-worn path of American presidents blaming the press for their problems.

 

Five decades of reporting have taught me that whenever a president starts screeching about the media, it’s a sure sign he’s in hot water and fearing revelations about some policy disaster, damaging mendacity or political villainy. Even popular presidents with reputations for charming the press occasionally stoop to blaming the press for quagmires of their own making.

 

Today, the issues are different, of course — questions about Mr. Trump’s peculiarly warm embrace of Russia’s leader, Vladimir V. Putin, and Russian intelligence agencies meddling in the 2016 elections on Mr. Trump’s behalf. But the clash of powerful institutions is similar.

 

Mr. Trump’s attack on the media for publishing leaks from the F.B.I. and domestic intelligence agencies succeeded for a few days in diverting public attention from his Russian connections. He and his White House Rasputin, Stephen K. Bannon, may also reckon that by savaging the press, they can intimidate Congress into softening its investigation into the Trump-Russia link.

 

But the focus has swung back on the central question: What is the president hiding? If his campaign is innocent of illicit Russian connections, why not welcome the investigation and clear the air? If, as Mr. Trump said last month, his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, was simply “doing his job” in talking with the Russian ambassador Sergey I. Kislyak about American sanctions against Moscow, why did Mr. Flynn lie about it?

 

More broadly, why has Mr. Trump evaded reporters’ questions about renewed fighting in eastern Ukraine or the Russian deployment of a new missile in conflict with a 1987 arms agreement? Why, after publication of his 2005 tax returns, does he still refuse to release his most recent returns? Will they reveal something that makes him beholden to Mr. Putin and Moscow?

 

No matter how much the president seeks to demonize the press, these and other crucial questions will not go away because today’s journalists are just as committed as those who covered past presidents to pursue them to the end.” NYT https://nyti.ms/2naxAXj

 

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