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Trump lashes out at 'Sneaky Dianne Feinstein' for releasing transcript

13 January 2018, 06:24 | Myron Mathis

Trump lashes out at 'Sneaky Dianne Feinstein' for releasing transcript

Trump lashes out at 'Sneaky Dianne Feinstein' for releasing transcript

This "central question", however, can be seen as a "distraction" from concern that the material in the dossier and associated efforts by the self-styled "Resistance" are nothing more than a partisan attempt to sabotage the Trump presidency. Ted Lieu, Adam Schiff, and Maxine Waters as vocal opponents of the Trump Administration. "It was a Democrat hoax".

Regardless of the fact that the "dossier" has been completely discredited, the anti-Trump Left has attempted recently to take it out of moth balls, dust it off, and hold it up as evidence of Trump/Russia collusion. When asked who pressured her, Feinstein backpedaled and said, "I wasn't pressured". They unquestionably diminish our country's standing in the world. "Republicans should finally take control!" he wrote.

Feinstein, 84, expressed regret on Wednesday for keeping Sen. Kevin de L-on, the California state Senate president, is challenging her from the left - charging that Feinstein hasn't been aggressive enough against Trump.

The founder of the opposition research firm that compiled the controversial dossier on President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE told Senate investigators in August that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had "other intelligence" backing up claims in the dossier and that law enforcement officials had already been investigating the president's team before the dossier was completed.

The committee interviewed Simpson for ten hours back in August, which make up the 312-page transcript released by Feinstein on Tuesday. Grassley in the dark, and suggested it was because of a "bad cold".

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CNN's Manu Raju followed up, and Feinstein recanted the remark about being pressured.

Still, the release was a blow the two lawmakers' earlier attempts at bipartisanship on the committee's Russian Federation investigation.


Grassley said in an angry news release on Tuesday that he was "confounded" by the release and argued that it could undermine attempts to get additional witnesses. "Not getting to the bottom of interference, not asking about their sources and methods and what they reveal and what I can do about it".

Based on the information contained therein, we are respectfully referring Mr. Steele to you for investigation of potential violations if 18 U.S.C. § 1001, for statements the committee has reason to believe Mr. Steele made regarding his distribution of the information contained in the dossier.

During the part of the meeting open to news cameras, Trump appeared to agree with the California Democrat on making a deal on the DACA, or "dreamers", program without other requirements that he and congressional Republicans have sought, including money to build a wall on the Mexican border.

Later in the testimony, Simpson clarified that he couldn't say for sure whether the source was from the Trump Organization or the Trump campaign. In that transcript, Simpson attorney Josh Levy tells the committee that his client "wants to be very careful to protect his sources". "The transcript of Glenn Simpson's lengthy responses to the Senate Judiciary Committee's questioning speaks for itself".

Trump has often invoked Feinstein on the collusion issue.

The dossier, released in full by BuzzFeed, allegedly showed evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, but also included salacious information about the president.

"Look, this man is going to be president, most likely for the rest of this term", she said then.



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