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HUGE: 77% Of Americans Support Trump Meeting With Kim Jong Un

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Being the man who wrote the book on making deals, President Donald Trump proved his genius in recent weeks in his negotiations with North Korea. To top it all off, President Trump will be meeting with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un in the coming weeks.

As it turns out, Trump meeting with Kim Jong Un is a wildly popular idea, with 77% of Americans approving of the decision.

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Getting 77% of Americans to agree on anything is hard enough to do. With Donald Trump, it is even harder, as the media will trash almost everything he does. But this issue appears to transcend media bias and political leaning.

President Trump’s handling of North Korea shows his sheer genius when it comes to diplomacy and negotiation. When former President Obama left office, he stated that North Korea would be the “most dangerous and difficult security challenge [Trump] would face.”

Now, less than two years into his Presidency, President Trump has made progress well beyond what anybody expected when he took office. He has negotiated the release of three U.S. citizens being held captive, and wasn’t forced to give North Korea anything to do so. Trump has also been commended by South Korea’s President, who believes that he should receive the Nobel Prize.

Time will tell if peace becomes the norm on the Korean Peninsula. But President Trump is sure making it a real possibility.

 

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BOMBSHELL: Obama Knew Russia-Gate was Clinton Campaign Op; His White House Launched Witch Hunt Anyway

They were complicit in the worst scandal in American history.

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Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified intelligence on Tuesday indicating that the Obama administration knew the Russian collusion story was a campaign operation by the Hillary Clinton team but pursued the investigation anyway despite its obviously dubious nature.

Ratcliffe letter indicates that former President Barack Obama was briefed by former CIA director John Brennan on the “alleged approval by Hillary Clinton on July 26, 2016 of a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisors to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by Russian security services.”

The Democrats are doing everything they can to deflect from this news, blaming the evil Rooskies for their own illicit behavior getting exposed.

“This is Russian disinformation,” wrote Rachel Cohen, who works as spokeswoman for Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner (D-VA) in a tweet, adding that she believed the so-called Russian disinfo was “laundered by the Director Of National Intelligence and Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. This is extraordinary.”

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However, Ratcliffe anticipated the spin from the Democrats and even addressed it preemptively in his letter.

“To be clear, this is not Russian disinformation and has not been assessed as such by the Intelligence Community. I’ll be briefing Congress on the sensitive sources and methods by which it was obtained in the coming days,” he wrote.

High-ranking Republican members of the Senate are certainly taking the allegations seriously.

“This latest information provided by DNI Ratcliffe shows there may have been a double standard by the FBI regarding allegations against the Clinton campaign and Russia,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said.

The entirety of the letter can be seen here:

This should come as no surprise to anyone who has been following the corrupt nature of the entire sordid Russia-gate saga, which Big League Politics has covered extensively:

Former CIA Director John Brennan was dishonest in his testimony to Congress when he told them that the infamous Steele dossier was not used in the Obama administration’s Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) that ultimately led to the Russian collusion investigation, according to the IG report released yesterday.

The IG report indicated that there was serious discussion about whether the infamous Steele dossier should be included in the ICA. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe had said that “he felt strongly that the Steele election reporting belonged in the body of the ICA, because he feared that placing it in an appendix was ‘tacking it on’ in a way that would ‘minimiz[e]’ the information and prevent it from being properly considered.”

The Steele dossier was ultimately included in the ICA, although it was hidden in the appendix.

“In the appendix, the intelligence agencies explained that there was ‘only limited corroboration of the source’s reporting’ and that Steele’s election reports were not used ‘to reach analytic conclusions of the CIA/FBI/NSA assessment,’” the IG report states.

Brennan said during a colorful exchange with former Rep. Trey Gowdy while testifying before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in 2017 that the CIA did not rely on the Steele dossier while formulating the ICA:

Mr. Gowdy: Do you know if the Bureau ever relied on the Steele dossier as any — as part of any court filings, applications, petitions, pleadings?
Mr. Brennan: I have no awareness.
Mr. Gowdy: Did the CIA rely on it?
Mr. Brennan: No.
Mr. Gowdy: Why not?
Mr. Brennan: Because we — we didn’t. It wasn’t part of the corpus of intelligence information that we had. It was not in any way used as a basis for the Intelligence Community assessment that was done. It was — it was not.

FBI Director James Comey also confirmed in page 179 of the IG report that Brennan personally argued that the Steele Dossier was part of the “corpus of intelligence information” that was relevant for the development of the ICA.

“I remember being part of a conversation, maybe more than one conversation, where the topic was how the [Steele] reporting would be investigated, if at all, into the IC assessment. And I don’t remember participating in debates about that. I think I was just told, in, I think, in a meeting with Clapper and Brennan and Rogers [then NSA Director], that the IC analysts found it credible on its face and gravamen of it, and consistent with our other information, but not in a position where they would integrate it into the IC assessment,” Comey said, according to the IG report.

“But they thought it was important enough and consistent enough that it ought to be part of the package in some say, and so they had come up with this idea to make an [appendix]. I remember, I don’t think I was part of a debate about that, as I said, but I remember a conversation when I was told that’s how it would be handled and my reaction was, okay, that’s reasonable,” Comey added.

This is the biggest scandal in American history, and until the conspirators behind it are prosecuted and jailed, this nation will never be great again.

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