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Hillary Received $400M In Campaign Donations That Was Illegally Obtained49s

Hillary Received $400M In Campaign Donations That Was Illegally Obtained

All Putin would ask was that the courtesy be returned. “Then we would expect that the Americans would reciprocate,” he said through a translator, “and they would question officials, including the officers of law enforcement and intelligence services of the United States, who we believe have something to do with illegal actions on the territory of Russia, and we have to request the presence of our law enforcement.” Did he have an example of one such investigation? He certainly did: Bill Browder. “Business associates of Mr. Browder have earned over $1.5 billion in Russia. They’ve never paid any taxes, neither in Russia or the United States,” Putin said. “And yet the money escaped the country. They were transferred to the United States. They sent a huge amount of money — $400 million — as a contribution to the campaign of Hillary Clinton. Well, that’s a personal case. It might have been legal, the contribution itself, but the way the money was earned was illegal.” Those transactions, he said, were “accompanied and guided” by intelligence officials. Those officials could be interviewed in the presence of Russians — just as he would graciously allow Mueller’s team to be present for the questioning of his own officers.

Pelosi Says Trump "Afraid" To Mention 12 Indicted Russians — He Actually Did Mention It5m03s

Pelosi Says Trump "Afraid" To Mention 12 Indicted Russians — He Actually Did Mention It

He added that Trump “mentioned the so-called interference of Russia in the American election” in 2016. Putin again denied any involvement by the Russian state and said any evidence of interference can be analyzed through a joint working group on cybersecurity. Putin said later in response to a question that U.S. investigators possibly could come to Russia to participate in the questioning of suspects after a dozen Russian intelligence officers were indicted in the United States on charges of election interference. Elaborating, Putin said representatives of the Mueller probe could be present at interrogations of suspects in Russia — as long as Russians would be able to do the same at the questioning of U.S. intelligence agents that Moscow suspects of carrying out crimes on Russian soil. Any questions about Russian interference in the U.S. elections, he said, should be resolved by the courts and according to existing intergovernmental agreements. “Let the Mueller commission send us a request, and we will do the work necessary to respond,” Putin said. “We can expand this cooperation — but we will then also expect from the U.S. side access to people who we believe are members of the intelligence agencies.”

New San Francisco Mayor — I've Never Seen This Much Feces3m33s

New San Francisco Mayor — I've Never Seen This Much Feces

San Francisco Mayor London Breed, in her first one-on-one interview since taking office, said homeless advocacy groups that receive funding from the city need to better educate the homeless to "clean up after themselves." "I work hard to make sure your programs are funded for the purposes of trying to get these individuals help, and what I am asking you to do is work with your clients and ask them to at least have respect for the community — at least, clean up after themselves and show respect to one another and people in the neighborhood," Breed told the Investigative Unit, referencing her conversations with nonprofit groups aimed at serving the homeless. When pressed about whether her plan calls for harsher penalties against those who litter or defecate on city streets, Breed said "I didn’t express anything about a penalty."

CNN's Stelter — We Can't Trust President Trump Because He Twists Truth Like A Game3m34s

CNN's Stelter — We Can't Trust President Trump Because He Twists Truth Like A Game

CNN’s Brian Stelter opened today by saying we truly won’t know what was said in the meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin because neither leader can be trusted. “We’ll never really know what is said,” Stelter said, “because, really, can we trust either man? No, we can’t.” In the past, he argued, what the president said meant a lot, but “not anymore”: “What President Trump says is so frequently false or nonsensical that his words don’t have the same meaning, the same power, the same impact as past presidents. It’s a shame, but it’s true. Trump simply cannot be trusted. He has proven this himself, it’s his own lies and his own contradictions that have proven it.” Which begs the question: “How do you cover a person who twists truth

CNN Host Dismisses Obama Russian Accountability While Asking For Unity1m39s

CNN Host Dismisses Obama Russian Accountability While Asking For Unity

Smerconish was responding to a tweet from a viewer asking if he would hold former President Obama accountable, since the Russian meddling took place under the Obama administration. “Here’s what I’m looking for, instead of this going on between liberals and conservatives, Republican and Democrats, what happened to when we were united against a common enemy?” Smerconish asked rhetorically. “This was terrorism. We were the victims of a terror strike and will the commander-in-chief on Monday hold accountable the presumed perpetrator of that terror strike?” “Stop all the liberal, conservative red state, blue state stuff. Our partisan differences used to end at the water’s edge,” he continued.

ABC's Karl Tried To Defend CNN But Bolton Was Ready With This Awesome Response!2m18s

ABC's Karl Tried To Defend CNN But Bolton Was Ready With This Awesome Response!

On This Week today, Karl first asked Bolton about Trump’s attacks on the press in general and how it contributes to the environment wherein dictators like Putin actually repress free speech. Bolton responded, “I think the question’s silly.” Karl then brought up the CNN kerfuffle and asked, “Is it really appropriate to deny a news organization access to a White House official because a reporter tried to ask a question at a press conference?” “In reality, I don’t seek out the press, I don’t talk to them,” Bolton responded, “I appear when I’m asked to, and if I’m not asked to appear, I don’t do it. And I don’t communicate with them either, as you could find out if you consulted your friends in the Washington press corps whom I don’t communicate with.”

Dad Cycled 1,400 Miles To Hear His Daughter's Heartbeat — Tears Warning!4m24s

Dad Cycled 1,400 Miles To Hear His Daughter's Heartbeat — Tears Warning!

Conner was given Jack's contact information and reached out to the young man several times before they arranged to meet in Baton Rouge on Father's Day -- 1,400 miles into Conner's trip. "He's a really humble kid," Conner said. "Obviously, you know, I'm a dad. His parents raised him well. He's very courteous and respectful and he's got an old soul." When Conner met Jack Sunday afternoon he felt like he already knew him. The pair walked toward one another with their arms outstretched. "Knowing he's alive because of Abbey, Abbey is alive inside of him -- it's her heart having him stand up straight," Conner said. "I was happy for him and his family, and at the same time, I got to reunite with my daughter."

Thai Diver Who Helped Saved 12 Thai Schoolboys Has STRONG Message For Elon Musk54s

Thai Diver Who Helped Saved 12 Thai Schoolboys Has STRONG Message For Elon Musk

Vern Unsworth, a diver who was “instrumental” in rescuing the 12 Thai schoolboys trapped inside a flooded cave, was asked by CNN for his thoughts on the offer made by the founder of Tesla and SpaceX. Musk travelled to Thailand earlier this week to present his device, a small vessel that he said could help transport the children out of the cave. “He can stick his submarine where it hurts,” Unsworth said. “It just had absolutely no chance of working” Unsworth explained that Musk “had no conception of what the cave passage was like,” and that the length of the entrepreneur’s vessel would have hindered it from navigating the cave. “It wouldn’t have made the first fifty meters into the cave,” he said, shaking his head. “Just a PR stunt.”

Protesters Calls Trump Racist While On Golf Course — Watch This Reaction!23s

Protesters Calls Trump Racist While On Golf Course — Watch This Reaction!

Protesters descended on Trump Turnberry in Scotland to call the American president a "racist" on Saturday morning. President Trump is spending the weekend golfing and preparing for his upcoming summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, for which he will depart Scotland on Sunday. Several protesters caught up with POTUS on the links, and he responded to their chants of "No Trump, No KKK, No Racist USA!" with a brief wave. Trump's meeting with Putin comes just days after special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 12 Russian cyber agents for various crimes associated with hacking the DNC and Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta.

Rosenstein Claims 12 Russian Officials Indicted For Targeting DNC, Hillary Clinton1m25s

Rosenstein Claims 12 Russian Officials Indicted For Targeting DNC, Hillary Clinton

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Friday that special counsel Robert Mueller has indicted 12 Russian nationals for federal crimes during the 2016 election, including trying to hack into Democratic servers. Mueller charges that the 12 Russians "engaged in a sustained effort" to break into computers owned by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the Democratic National Committee, and Hillary Clinton's campaign. The 12 are charged with releasing emails under the names DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.0. "The Internet allows foreign adversaries to attack America in new and unexpected ways," Rosenstein said. "Together with our law enforcement partners, the Department of Justice is resolution in its commitment to locate, identify and seek to bring to justice anyone who interferes with American elections.

George Lopez Pretends To Urinate On Donald Trump's Hollywood Star15s

George Lopez Pretends To Urinate On Donald Trump's Hollywood Star

Surrounded by a handful of friends, Lopez pretended to pee on President Trump’s Hollywood Star in Los Angeles Tuesday evening by placing a water bottle near his crotch and pouring the contents onto the plaque while grimacing. The 57-year-old made headlines in June for selling a jacket with messages that read “keep the kids” but “deport the racist” in protest of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy. The proceeds from the coat, inspired by first lady Melania Trump’s Zara jacket with the slogan “I really don’t care, do u?” allegedly went go to far-left advocacy groups fighting for the rights of illegal aliens in the U.S.

15 Minutes Of Hell! House Committee Threatens Peter Strzok With Contempt14m22s

15 Minutes Of Hell! House Committee Threatens Peter Strzok With Contempt

The threat on Thursday came after House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-.S.C., asked Strzok to answer how many people the FBI interviewed in the first week of the bureau’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. “Congressman, I would very much like to answer, the counsel of the FBI […] have directed me not to answer any questions related to Russia,” Strzok said. Strzok was involved in the launch of the Russia investigation in 2016 and was then was briefly detailed to special counsel Robert Mueller’s team. Mueller took over the investigation in May 2017. Goodlatte said at the end of Thursday’s hearing, he will move to have Strzok recalled and held in contempt of Congress.

Dash Cam Footage Captures Walmart Shoplifter Taking Cops On Dangerous Chase!1m54s

Dash Cam Footage Captures Walmart Shoplifter Taking Cops On Dangerous Chase!

Dramatic police dashcam footage has emerged showing the moment a suspected shoplifter tried to flee from police - despite officers being halfway inside her vehicle. Newly released video shows Laquandra D. Borden, 25, from Sumter, South Carolina, dragging two officers along as she smashes into a police vehicle before being shot in the shoulder in November last year. Borden then leads police on a chase the wrong way up a street before she is finally stopped, with dozens of armed officers dragging her from her car and throwing her on the ground. Borden was charged with first degree assault and battery, aggravated assault, shoplifting and criminal conspiracy alongside Chasity Stokes, 36, who was charged with shoplifting, WMBF reported.

A Divorce Would Make It Easier For Rising Healthcare Insurance For This Happy Couple2m36s

A Divorce Would Make It Easier For Rising Healthcare Insurance For This Happy Couple

Jake and Maria Grey are happily married with two children. But they're considering a divorce, for the sake of one of their kids. The Texas couple say it's the only way their developmentally disabled daughter can qualify for Medicaid and get the health care she needs. The Greys got married nine years ago on a Florida beach. They have since become the proud parents of two daughters, 2-year-old Fairen and 6-year-old Brighton, who was born with a rare genetic disorder, Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome. Developmentally still a newborn, Brighton requires around-the-clock attention. "She will not be able to be on her own ever and requires 24/7 care," Maria Grey said. The couple has tried to get Medicaid to help with spiraling medical costs but Jake earns too much — $40,000 — for the family to qualify. The Greys applied for state assistance but don't expect to get it because of where they fall on the list. "We're No. 60,000," Maria said That's why the couple is contemplating divorce. It would allow Maria to become a single, unemployed mother and qualify her for Medicaid. The couple said it may be the only way the family could get the help they need to care for Brighton. "We shouldn't have to make that sacrifice to get our child Medicaid," Maria Grey said. Jake Grey, an Army veteran, said the family has private health insurance but they still spend about $15,000 every year out of pocket.

Cuomo Plans On Suing Supreme Court If Supreme Court Reverses Roe vs Wade1m41s

Cuomo Plans On Suing Supreme Court If Supreme Court Reverses Roe vs Wade

"We now need to codify Roe v. Wade, which will actually increase the protections in New York. God forbid they do what they intend to do, which is overturn Roe v. Wade," Cuomo said. "I want to get it done before the Supreme Court does that because I don't want any gap in a women's right to protection, and we have a better legal case when the Supreme Court acts. "Because I will sue when the Supreme Court acts. And I want the New York state law in place." Cuomo argued for state legislators to enact a law that legalizes abortion just as Roe v. Wade did. "Now we know we're not guaranteed of having Roe v. Wade. And the New York law, my friends, does not currently go as far as Roe v. Wade," he said. "Roe v. Wade has the protections that we now rely on in New York."

de Blasio Denies breaking law by illegally crossing Southern border2m08s

de Blasio Denies breaking law by illegally crossing Southern border

The agent then asked them if they received authorization from a Border Patrol or public affairs officer to be in the area. A New York Police Department inspector said no, according to the letter. When asked how they entered the vicinity, the group pointed toward Mexico. The group disregarded the agent’s order to remain at the scene because they had crossed the border illegally, and instead drove back to Mexico, the letter stated. The agent was getting a supervisor to take the group to an official crossing for an inspection per federal law.