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Papadopoulos is claiming that Russia was interested in meeting Trump. Are we shocked?

Papadopoulos is claiming that Russia was interested in meeting Trump. Are we shocked?

The Russian probe as it pertains to President Donald Trump is nothing short of a chaotic farce, as anyone who has read facts from the Conservative Daily Post can attest to. Clinton is being rightfully investigated by Congress and the White House is being investigated by the F.BI. for all of the wrong reasons that only stem from Clinton, not Russia.

According to AOL News, former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos said to a senior policy advisor Stephen Miller last April in an email that “he had received an ‘interesting message’ from Russia — one day after learning that the Kremlin had apparent ‘dirt’ on Hillary Clinton.”

Miller who still works for the White House as “a top White House policy adviser and speechwriter for President Donald Trump” is said to have had “regular contact” with Papadopoulos during a period of months last year. It seems that Miller is going to be the  new target of this probe which so far has shown nothing out of order with Mr. Trump

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Really, at this point, we are saying that “since one guy that talked to another guy who worked with Trump knew a guy in Russia, that proves the guilt of the White House.” It sounds like the classic skit from comedic legend Ben Stein in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

Reports say that on April 25th following “multiple conversations” with some shadowy figure called only “a Russian national connected to Russia’s ministry of foreign affairs,” the foreign policy adviser said, “the Russian government has an open invitation by Putin for Mr. Trump to meet him when he is ready.”

The only problem is that there are no facts to bare this rumor out. Putin has denied it, Trump has denied it, and there is no evidence from any investigation that a meeting took place at all.

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Did Papadopoulos have the information? That remains to be seen, but if he broke protocol and Trump did not meet Putin, then the only one to be guilty of a crime is Papadopoulos, even if he thought that he was helping.

Miller is still employed at the White House, likely because he has done nothing wrong.

Miller is still employed at the White House, likely because he has done nothing wrong.

The advantage of being in London is that these governments tend to speak a bit more openly in ‘neutral’ cities,” Papadopoulos is to have said to Miller.

On  April 26th, it is known that Papadopoulos met with Joseph Mifsud who was called an “oversea’s professor.”  During breakfast, it was said that Moscow had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the form of “thousands of emails.”

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If true, this is a classic case of blaming the messenger. We know that Clinton was guilty of this and we should be thankful that she is having to face that. Secondly, if Russia hacked the former First Lady, finding it out via any avenue is not a bad thing. No part of this is putting Trump at blame for anything, either.

As a matter of fact, if Donald Trump had this information and did not tell of it, that could potentially have been a federal offense since much of the emails were classified or sensitive. Now we are blaming Trump because someone told the truth about “Crooked” Hillary and he talked about it, as if he should cover for her.

Sorry snowflakes, but that is not going to cut it.

Many readers will remember when the spirit cooking scandal came out, the Clinton camp blamed the people who found the facts, never addressing why outright Satanism was happening within her campaign! She has never had to answer for that, as a matter of fact. Imagine if Trump had been found to have done the same thing.

We have learned that Putin is sneaky. We already knew that, but Trump does not seem to have taken the bait.

We have learned that Putin is sneaky. We already knew that, but Trump does not seem to have taken the bait.

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Papadopoulos emailed the next day and said, “Have some interesting messages coming in from Moscow about a trip when the time is [sic] write.” Again, if Trump did not take the meeting – and all signs to imply that he did not – then he broke no law. Confessing what he knew about the emails was not the wrong thing to do, either. America deserved to know, did we not?

Should Trump has kept the fact that Clinton was hacked, that she knew that she was hacked, and was covering it up after using non-secure communication despite warnings against doing so? Trump did the right and noble thing by saying it on national tv and not letting her get away with it.

Papadopoulos contacted then campaign strategist Paul Manafort with a request “to discuss Russia’s interest in hosting Mr. Trump.” Well, if Putin was hacking Clinton then, of course, he would try and pull off the scam. The only problem is that it seems as if Trump was not interested at all.

We need someone to communicate that DT is not doing these trips,” said Manafort. “It should be someone low level in the campaign so as not to send any signal.

THERE….DONE! Trump found out about Clinton’s emails (if Papadopoulos can be believed, which is questionable) and he exposed it as we have shown that federal law does require and he refused to meet with Putin.

Can we as a nation move one? North Korea has nuclear weapons, Putin has drone killer aircraft, China is making a fortune from bad trade deals, and there is a lot more work to get done.

Sources: AOL NewsThe Conservative Daily Post