Sue him! Sue Brennan! Charge him!


 " … later in the day on Wednesday, Mr. Brennan explained that his comments were speculation based on Mr. Trump’s words and deeds, as well as how Mr. Putin’s government has operated at home and abroad — but not on any inside knowledge.

“I do not know if the Russians have something on Donald Trump that they could use as blackmail,” he said in a written response to questions from The New York Times.

“When asked the question, I have pointed out the perplexing submissiveness of Mr. Trump toward Mr. Putin — despite continued evidence of malign Russian activities,” Mr. Brennan added. “I do not know why he refuses to call out Russia; that is a question that can only be answered by Mr. Trump.”

Along with Mr. Brennan, who is a paid contributor to NBC and MSNBC, other retired officials with contributor deals included James Clapper Jr., the former director of national intelligence; Steven L. Hall, the former director of Russia operations at the C.I.A.; and Jeremy Bash, a former C.I.A. and Pentagon official."  NY Times


For a clearly partisan former director of CIA and close friend of Barack Obama to make such statements whether they are "speculation" or not invites legal action against him.

1.  How dos he have "inside information" to support his implications?  Is his "inside information" derived from classified information?  If that is so then he should be held accountable as the Obama Administration held so many accountable under the  Espionage Act.

2.  What could be more clearly Defamations of Character than this Morning Joe interview?  Make him prove his insinuations!  Make him state what the evidence is!  pl

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57 Responses to Sue him! Sue Brennan! Charge him!

  1. Barbara Ann says:

    That piece links to a tweet by the arch swamp creature which begins thus:
    “When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history.”
    Brennan seems to have mistakenly used the second person pronoun, when of course the first person was appropriate here.

  2. Flavius says:

    This man makes it clear that he is without judgement and temperamentally unsound. Up from Fordham, CIA career, Presidential appointee and this is How the man reveals himself. A windbag and a fool.
    Then we must give some thought to Comey, to Mueller, to Rosenstein; then to Trump himself, surrounded by Generals; then Jared and Ivanka who trigger Trump into tossing a few dozen Tomahawks into Syria in a knee jerk response to an obvious provocation; Pompeo and Haspel – the slowly draining waters of the swamp recede to uncover Pompeo and Haspel.
    And anyone should be surprised that Vladimir Putin decided he needed to showcase when he did Russian weaponary like in the bad old days of the Cold War. If someone like me is wondering what the hell is going on, Putin REALY must be wondering what is going on.
    Maybe there is some light at the end of the tunnel down there in the Imperial City on the Potomac: I’m not seeing it. It is looking like Cold War II for the long haul. Maybe, just maybe, Washington might want to check in with the heartland to gauge whether it wants in on that deal.

  3. DianaLC says:

    I was quite surprised when I heard what Brennan said. To me, it seemed mostly an angry response to the election that had meant he would no longer have a position of power as he might have had under HRC. And I felt he had been entirely too emotional and bitter about that.
    I guess I didn’t think ahead to legal ramifications in regard to what he said. I just felt as I might have if I had heard a friend or a student spout angry nonsense when they had lost a job or had earned a low grade from another teacher.
    But, you are absolutely correct. He should be sued. Furthermore, the people who paid him to make those statements without themselves questioning what he said or countering him in any way should also have to face repercussions.
    I am so sick of the inability of the Democrats to accept that they lost to Trump and “their” political officials’ Whiny and mean-spirited pronouncements. They are all pathetic.
    Their behaviors makes it hard for some of us who aren’t’ always thrilled with Trump’s Tweets and his counter-punching, etc., to criticize him as we hope for more civility and reason in our political discussions.
    Thank you for your post.

  4. Adrestia says:

    Not sure if this is related, but since it involves Jared Kushner and thus to DJT.

    Until he was stripped of his top-secret security clearance in February, presidential adviser Jared Kushner was known around the White House as one of the most voracious readers of the President’s Daily Brief, a highly classified rundown of the latest intelligence intended only for the president and his closest advisers.

    In the months that followed, the President’s Daily Brief contained information on Saudi Arabia’s evolving political situation, including a handful of names of royal family members opposed to the crown prince’s power grab, according to the former White House official and two U.S. government officials with knowledge of the report.

    What exactly Kushner and the Saudi royal talked about in Riyadh may be known only to them, but after the meeting, Crown Prince Mohammed told confidants that Kushner had discussed the names of Saudis disloyal to the crown prince, according to three sources who have been in contact with members of the Saudi and Emirati royal families since the crackdown.

  5. Sid_finster says:

    Lest anyone doubt Trump’s true intentions, it appears that Bolton will replace McMaster…

  6. doug says:

    Yep, Bonkers Bolton. Crazy stuff. Trump going with his instincts which are not serving him well in this instance.

  7. tv says:

    You don’t really expect the swamp to go after one of its own?
    Remember, one set of laws for the “imperial city” and another for the rest of us and that’s one reason you got Trump.

  8. turcopolier says:

    I haven’t broken the rules since I left SF and I expect the government to enforce good order. Brennan is acting like a mad dog. You want that? pl

  9. jdledell says:

    Sorry but Brennan’s speculation seems to be regular partisen politics to me. Making denigrating comments about opposition politicians is part of our current political environment. When Trump said Obama was not a U.S citizen and thus ineligible to be President and was a closet Muslim to boot, I did not hear anyone on this Blog come to Obama’s defense or to suggest he sue Trump for defamation. Besides the news channels shown avove, Fox news also has a long list of paid contributers, including the infamous John Bolton.

  10. raven says:

    This mad dog motherfucker Bolton will get plenty of SF guys killed with his bullshit.

  11. turcopolier says:

    I have made it clear that I agree with that. pl

  12. turcopolier says:

    Please cite me my denigrating comments about Obama. pl

  13. J says:

    Brennan committed ‘Sedition’ against the Unites States when he used his lock-lips (called foot in mouth syndrome) and actions behind the scenes, and stepped over the line. Sedition is under the Treason Statute and there is no time limitations regarding prosecution for the act. Brennan, anytime of the POTUS’s choosing can be legally detained and sent to GITMO and arranged before a Military Tribunal,and if found guilty taken out in the exercise yard and shot by firing squad.
    It looks it’s official that Trump is replacing McMasters with Bolton as his advisor on the NSC. Now we have one more pain-in-the-ass blockhead to worry about with Bolton on the NSC and having the President’s ear.

  14. tv says:

    I would love to see Brennan and Clapper and Comey and McCabe and Strozk and all the rest of the dimwits tried and convicted.
    Its just that I don’t have any faith in the swamp to do the right thing.
    Take a look at this recent budget – all Democrat wins, Republicans bend over as usual.
    Democrats – the evil party.
    Republicans – the stupid party.
    And all joined in the brotherhood of the “imperial city.”

  15. Cee says:

    Col. Pang,
    People don’t want to wind up Michael Hastings.

  16. Cee says:

    A quote from Paul Craig Roberts:
    If Trump names John Bolton National Security Adviser, plan to die.

  17. jdledell says:

    Col. I did not mean to imply that YOU ever made any denigrating comments about Obama – you were pretty quiet on that subject except where you might have disagreed with specific policy objectives. All I meant to say is that I did not read any comments by our correspondents which came to Obama’s defense when his “birth and religious leanings” became a hot topic.If you took my comments in a negative way, my apologies. I am on this site everyday and have learned a lot to overcome my lack of military training. Because of my polio, when my draft number came up, the army decided since I could neither walk or run, I probably was not a good candidate.

  18. eakens says:

    Clapper lied to Congress and nothing happened. Brennan should get sued so it can prove once again that the private sector can generally do things better than the public sector.

  19. Bill Herschel says:

    “as well as how Mr. Putin’s government has operated at home and abroad — but not on any inside knowledge.”
    He says he *doesn’t* have inside information. At least that’s the way I read it.

  20. catherine says:

    I really don’t care what Brennan says about Trump or Trump says about anyone.
    Its all disgusting and a embarrassment to the country.
    I do care that Trump has appointed the psychopath Bolton…as far as I am concerned that’s Trump’s third strike, he’s out.

  21. Bill Herschel says:

    “Mr. Bolton’s appointment elicited mixed reviews. “Selecting John Bolton as national security adviser is good news for America’s allies and bad news for America’s enemies,” said Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina. “He has a firm understanding of the threats we face from North Korea, Iran and radical Islam.””
    Mad dogs love company.

  22. turcopolier says:

    Is this psycopathy about the US widespread in Canada? “Pobre Mexico, tan lejos de Dios y tan cerca a los Estados Unidos.” P. Diaz. Canadians are filled with a great self pity. pl

  23. LeaNder says:

    All I meant to say is that I did not read any comments by our correspondents which came to Obama’s defense w
    jdledell, I have to come to the defense of the “commentariat” here. At what precise point in time should they collectively have made that clear? Not that I don’t suspect some to have been quite attracted to the meme. Including Trump for publicity reasons?
    During the election campaign it wasn’t an issue anymore. And that was the time when Trump got more attention here. My hardest time here ever. …

  24. robt willmann says:

    John Bolton as possibly the next National Security Advisor is bad news. It cannot be for a “good cop, bad cop” show for foreign governments because Rex Tillerson is out and Mike Pompeo is nominated to be secretary of state. The appointment does not have to be confirmed by the Senate.
    President Bush jr used a “recess appointment” to make Bolton the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations in August 2005. The Senate would not confirm him as ambassador as the Democrats blocked it. So Bolton resigned as ambassador in January 2007–
    Since Bolton does not have to be confirmed by the Senate, the only thing that could stop him would be the question of a security clearance, which he obviously will have to have. The recent matter of Rob Porter and his ouster from the White House because of problems with divorces presents one area for investigation, which is prior conduct in family and personal relations. This also became a media project for the opposition to Roy Moore when he was a candidate recently in the special election in Alabama to fill Jeff Session’s Senate seat after he became attorney general.
    There was an edgy rumor floating around in past years about Bolton and a possible divorce in the early 1980’s. It included allegations about a “swingers” sex club called Plato’s Retreat. Whether there was any validity to it would have to be investigated and checked, as the report apparently originated from Larry Flynt, the nudie magazine and pornography publisher who has previously offered rewards for information constituting dirt on politicians. There was in the article some language allegedly copied from documents in a court file that appears to be standard language used when a divorce is granted; the claimed wording is from a divorce in which the wife did not appear in person or by an attorney, saying that it was in the Circuit Court for the City of Alexandria, Virginia, number 15645; the couple separated in 1982 and the divorce language is from 1984–
    If there was anything that might impact a security clearance which was discovered in the process resulting in his blocked confirmation for UN ambassador in 2005 would be in the records of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from back then.

  25. You got to be kidding. Since Bubba Clinton and the Bush Jr regime their is enoughevidence of charging these vile creatures under the Nuremberg principles of article 50 and 51 UN charter. Obama as well drone program . So not one of these vile entities will ever be brought to justice. PLAIN AND SIMPLE.
    Look another neo-con war hawk has just entered the Trump administration. Bolton just amither AIPAC shill and also another warmonger.

  26. Brian says:

    I believe that currently Brennan is contracted to and i assume being paid by CNN. I understand that CNN hates Trump with a vengeance. Has Brennan simply become CNN’s ‘poodle’ or is ‘lapdog’ more fitting ?

  27. Fred says:

    “Col. I did not mean to imply that YOU ever made any denigrating comments about Obama -”
    Did you meant to imply that to someone else? Some troll(s) posts some denigrating comment and you wait to see who comes to the defense of Obama, Bibi or Donald or whoever else is the troll’s target? Do you have a list like Santa Clause? Good commenters, bad commenters; this type of provocation works, this type doesn’t?

  28. Outrage Beyond says:

    John Bolton is in all likelihood a Zionist asset due to the Israelis having some very powerful kompromat on him.
    Numerous sources allege that Bolton forced his wife (now ex-wife) into group sex at a swinger’s club. Did someone get it on film, tape, or some other recording media?
    Given the extreme fervor of Bolton’s Zionism, the answer seems obvious.

  29. LondonBob says:

    Brennan sounds worried after the McCabe firing, should be.
    Unfortunately Bolton seems as bad a pick as McMaster. I wouldn’t classify Bolton as a neocon, he is more a hyper interventionist American nationalist, not much difference but there is some. Still he will have to answer to Trump and Trump will fire him quickly if he doesn’t do as he is told. I think Trump sees Pompeo and Bolton as people who do as they are told and people he has good rapport with. Still it would be nice if he could hire some people who are on the same page as him on foreign policy.

  30. semiconscious says:

    so many people willing to ‘imply’ that the current president may be guilty of treason. & never a one willing to actually use that word. what does that tell you about them? all you really need to know…

  31. Steve G says:

    Re: Bolton appointment
    Is Trump taking a page out of
    Vito Corleone’s play book.
    “Keep your friends close and
    Your enemies closer”?

  32. Eric Newhill says:

    Well, Raven, your team has been flipping out – clear out of their minds – over Russia’s evilness for months now; even likening Russian interference in the 2016 election to “Pearl Harbor”. Then Trump brings onboard a virulent anti-Russian (Bolton) and you flip out over that too.
    The duplicity of the anti-Trump resistance stinks to high heaven. Either Russia is the existential enemy that you people say it is, thus requiring a war time advisor like Bolton, or it isn’t. I am greatly disappointed in Trump for the Bolton appointment, but unmoved by your hysteria. You need to make up your mind re; Russia – implacable evil foe or not so bad a threat after all?

  33. Jack says:

    Brennan, et al, may yet be prosecuted, if as AG Sessions says an outside DC prosecutor is investigating these matters.
    Then there is Trump appointing ziocons like Bolton and Pompeo to key foreign policy positions.
    Who knows where all this leads to?

  34. Dr. Puck says:

    Bolton, to me, is worse than McMaster, is decidedly a neocon, and may well end up being the intellectual impetus behind a shiny new war in the ME or the Korean peninsula.
    Although Trump the candidate offered a sketch of his FP views, including his well known declaration about the catastrophic Iraq war, today one can itemize where the US military is currently robustly engaged.
    If Bolton can dial back his hawkishness with respect to Russia, not mention–too much–Iraq, he and POTUS may likely find alignment about which will be the first regime to be targeted by our standoff capabilities. imao

  35. Thomas says:

    “All I meant to say is that I did not read any comments by our correspondents which came to Obama’s defense when his “birth and religious leanings” became a hot topic.”
    Maybe because this place is a not regular type of blog but a sanctuary of sanity and the correspondents here instinctively avoid what is bullsh…
    “Not that I don’t suspect some to have been quite attracted to the meme.”
    Care to name names?
    You know, someone ought to develop a new marketing meme for the twenty first century:
    Accuse it? Prove it!
    It would allow the guilty (and innocent) to defend themselves. Something Saint Thomas More believed even the Devil was due.

  36. Harry says:

    Nice. Ah well, a man can lose his life for many reasons.

  37. Harry says:

    Is that considered beyond the pale still?

  38. Keith Harbaugh says:

    There are some who think Bolton may be less a war-monger than generally believed:
    “Bolton pick underscores Trump’s foreign policy confusion”
    By MICHAEL CROWLEY and BRYAN BENDER, Politico, 2018-03-22

    Bolton’s defenders say fears that he is a dangerous warmonger are overblown. …

    Eric Edelman, who served as undersecretary of defense in the Bush administration and worked closely with Bolton,
    said he doesn’t believe that Bolton is as extreme as he often sounds.

    “He says things on Fox News that are more far out than where I think John Bolton really is,”
    Edelman told POLITICO.

  39. catherine says:

    The last time I saw Bolton on tv he was marching in DC with the MEK cult to get them removed from the US terrorist list.
    I’d say we all need to get ready for some déjà vu this time in Iran….unless they are stopped.
    ”More than anyone else inside or outside the Trump administration, Bolton has already influenced Trump to tear up the Iran nuclear deal. Bolton parlayed his connection with the primary financier behind both Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump himself—the militantly Zionist casino magnate Sheldon Adelson—to get Trump’s ear last October, just as the president was preparing to announce his policy on the Iran nuclear agreement, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). He spoke with Trump by phone from Las Vegas after meeting with Adelson.
    It was Bolton who persuaded Trump to commit to specific language pledging to pull out of the JCPOA if Congress and America’s European allies did not go along with demands for major changes that were clearly calculated to ensure the deal would fall apart. ”
    At the very moment that Powell was saying administration policy was not to attack Iran, Bolton was working with the Israelis to lay the groundwork for just such a war. During a February 2003 visit, Bolton assured Israeli officials in private meetings ( that he had no doubt the United States would attack Iraq, and that after taking down Saddam, it would deal with Iran, too, as well as Syria.
    During multiple trips to Israel, Bolton had unannounced meetings, including with the head of Mossad, Meir Dagan, without the usual reporting cable to the secretary of state and other relevant offices. Judging from that report on an early Bolton visit, those meetings clearly dealt with a joint strategy on how to bring about political conditions for an eventual U.S. strike against Iran.”
    The U.S.-Israeli strategy would later hit the jackpot, however, when a large cache of documents supposedly from a covert source within Iran’s nuclear weapons program surfaced in autumn 2004. The documents, allegedly found on the laptop computer of one of the participants, included technical drawings of a series of efforts to redesign Iran’s Shahab-3 missile to carry what appeared to be a nuclear weapon.
    But the whole story of the so-called “laptop documents” was a fabrication. In 2013, a former senior German official revealed the true story to this writer: the documents had been given to German intelligence by the Mujahedin E Khalq,(MEK) the anti-Iran armed group that was well known to have been used by Mossad to “launder” information the Israelis did not want attributed to themselves. Furthermore, the drawings showing the redesign that were cited as proof of a nuclear weapons program were clearly done by someone who didn’t know that Iran had already abandoned the Shahab-3’s nose cone for an entirely different design”

  40. Anna says:

    Bolton is a dead hand of Cheney. “They are dead before they go…”

  41. catherine says:

    I agree, people shouldn’t imply, they should say straight out what they think.
    So allow me.
    It appears that the uber Israeli Sheldon Adelson who was the largest campaign donor to Trump and Nikki Haley and also employs John Bolton is dictating US policy to Trump.
    If it trots and barks like an Adelson, then its a Adelson poddle.

  42. eakens says:

    Same page as him on FP? Where have you been? Did you forget about his little Jerusalem move already?

  43. jdledell says:

    Fred – I have no list of good or bad commenters. I think I’ve learned something from everyone who posts and makes comments. I’m probably no different than anyone else in that some comments rub me the wrong way but I just keep on reading further and learning from different perspectives. Like the entire discussion of the military situation in Syria is not only facinating but information is usually unavailable anywhere else.

  44. Anna says:

    Brennan, “A windbag and a fool.”
    — Perhaps a claim to dementia will be the strongest point in his defense strategy. He is more than a fool – he has been a dangerous and potent warmonger and the major rot that let to violations of the US Constitution in the upper echelons of the US national security apparatus.
    There is also a grave issue of competence: Where had they been when Awans had an open access to the classified documents on the congressional computers? Cooking the grandiose intrigues while being “guided” by the Lobby?

  45. Laura Wilson says:

    What were strikes one and two?

  46. Bobo says:

    Looking at Brennan and Clapper the question needs asking “why after esteemed careers (in their minds) in govenment service rising to the pinnacle of their professions do they then move on as commentators on CNN and NBC where whatever credibility they may have had is now lost in being shown as just political hacks?
    The President does seem to spend much Twitter time on Brennan which indicates Brennan is either not worth that time or the President knows what Brennan has done and is waiting for Justice to do its job.
    Brennan certainly seems to be deflecting quite a bit so it means the onion is being peeled back getting closer to him. His actions and statements indicate a lack of discipline.
    Sue him, I would wait and let him run his mouth further then pounce.

  47. LondonBob says:

    I still don’t think Bolton is a neocon, not an ex Trotskyite. Someone needed to put a more neutral spin on Bolton. Anyway sounds as if Mattis is going get Trump impeached, having persuaded him to sign that spending bill. Your military and foreign policy will bankrupt your country.

  48. Barbara Ann says:

    Adelson’s name and ZOA came up with regard to McMaster’s demise in this Haaretz article (paywall). The author was Israel’s Under Secretary of Defense and has a very high opinion of McMaster.

  49. J says:

    Trump gave Brennan enough rope to hang himself, and Brennan with his foot-in-mouth-symdrome has done just that. Brennan has committed Sedition which is under the Treason Statute, with no statue of time limitations for prosecution. Trump has a treasure trove of evidence against Brennan, and Trump knows it.
    Trump is letting the rest of the nation see just how much of a dumb-ass Brennan really is.

  50. Tidewater says:

    The problem of the “standoff capabilities” of the carrier-centric US Navy mentioned in your #36, according to my back of the envelope figures, is that a loaded Fourth Generation plane such as the F/A-18 Hornet (with a combat radius of say 450 miles) will have to refuel from a carrier-based aerial fuel tanker before it can enter the danger zone, which is the 250 mile range of the S-400. Assuming it survives the rest of the trip, the Hornet will have a short time over target and then will have to get back outside of the S-400 zone and be refueled again before returning to the carrier. This is because there is the possibility that the Kinzhal missile could be at, say, Vladivostok, meaning the carrier group would have to stay 1200 miles away from North Korea and its close neighbor over the border, Russia. And then, of course, China has S-400’s as well. Which means that a carrier group can no longer operate feasibly in the Yellow Sea. There are S-400’s at Dalian, China. (The distance from Dalian is 295 miles to Inch’on; the distance from Quingdao is 364 miles.)
    But there are further problems. The Kinzhal will also be a threat to the carrier AWAC’s that ranges 1,000 miles out from the carrier. They will have to stay a good distance away, which could affect performance. The Kinzhal could also be a threat to the refueling plane, and indeed, to the approaching Hornets from the moment they enter the 1,000 range potential kill-zone of the Kinzhal. (Which, it should be noted, is operational; it was being validated, tested, all through 2017 and surely well before that.) There is the further question: what if a MIG-31 took the Kinzhal out some three hundred miles and then launched. That would seem to indicate to me that even a 1200 mile standoff range of a carrier group would not be enough.
    Further how is the Hornet going to know what its target is? Three Growlers from the carrier are supposed to triangulate on an electronic emission, such as a S-400 radar, and thereby find the ‘ellipse’, the target area. These Growlers have a combat range of about 500 miles, as well. This means there is going to have to be an awful lot of aerial refueling to keep the attack going. And the tanker plane would be an easy target, you would think.
    The advent of the Kinzhal has changed everything. The “standoff capabilities” of the U.S. Navy are going to have be pushed back from the targets, such as the mainland North Korea scenario, to such an extent that you would think that a new type of attack aircraft is going to have to be invented–one with a much larger combat radius, a much longer overall range. If you are going to keep on playing the carrier-centric game.
    And the whole question of submarines is or was supposed to be the most important threat to the carrier group.
    Hey, Smoothie, what’s your take on this?

  51. Babak Makkinejad says:

    Robot ships and airplanes could address all of those concerns, no? As long as they are cheap and disposable.

  52. catherine says:

    Barbara Ann
    Thanks for link. What they are talking about is the ZOA report on why McMaster should be fired
    Here is the full..and very long report.
    Basically McMaster started clearing out the Israel Zios in the department …including several who violate security rules on top secret info. The report list person after person McMaster canned and the ZOA is furious all their inside boys were turned out.
    Very cleverly the report is presented to Trump as McMaster firing all the ‘Pro Trumpers” because McMasters is ”anti Trump”.
    So the ZOA are now Trump…just pledge your loyalty to Trump and he’ll follow you like a puppy.
    I am beginning to wonder though if there is a small but growing number of upper rank military that are trying to weed out the bomb Iran Zionist.

  53. J says:

    Ryan & McConnell Worked Hand-In-Hand With Pelosi & Schumer To Fracture POTUS Trump’s Support With Omnibus Bill

  54. J says:

    Just How Bad Was That Omnibus Spending Bill Congress Sent To POTUS Trump? Check It Out…
    And this is just scratching the surface. Billions to globalist groups galore! Courtesy of the Republican-controlled Congress.
    12m for Lebanon scholarships
    20m for ME partnership initiative scholarship program
    12m military funding for Vietnam
    3.5m nutrition assistance to Laos
    15m developmental assistance to China
    10m women LEOs in Afghanistan
    1m world meteorological org
    218m promoting democracy development in Europe
    25m international religious freedom
    10m disadvantaged Egyptian students
    1.371B contributions to international organizations
    51m promote international family planning and reproductive health
    7m promoting international conservation
    10m UN developmental programs
    5m Vietnam educations foundation grants
    2.579m commission on security cooperation in Europe
    15m USAID higher education universities programs
    2.696B International Disaster Assistance

  55. Babak Makkinejad says:

    Very good. So, Fred, I think Michigan should declare war against the United States. When Americans inevitably conquer and occupy Michigan, they would bring with them lots and lots of money as development aide; paving the roads and filling potholes, occupying Detroit, Saginaw, Flint and thus restoring civic order and security, and ending the endemic Michigan corruption.

  56. Arioch The says:

    Or maybe Trump keeps infecting news cycle with abrupt and incohherent “BREAKINGs” while under a this carefully stirred foam keep moving his figures under radar

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