“Jared Kushner” – Google News: US mulls increasing merit-based immigration to 57% – BusinessLine

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US mulls increasing merit-based immigration to 57%  BusinessLine

The Trump administration is proposing a nearly five-fold increase in merit-based legal immigration and half those based on family and humanitarian system, …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “trump in financial times” – Google News: Nancy Pelosi slams Donald Trump over ‘racist’ tweets – Financial Times

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Nancy Pelosi slams Donald Trump over ‘racist’ tweets  Financial Times

Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi describes US President Donald Trump’s remarks as “not only divisive but dangerous”

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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: ….visible members of the House Democrats, who are now wedded to this bitterness and hate. The Republican vote was 187-4. Wow! Also, this was the first time since 1984 that the Speaker of the House was ruled Out of Order and b

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….visible members of the House Democrats, who are now wedded to this bitterness and hate. The Republican vote was 187-4. Wow! Also, this was the first time since 1984 that the Speaker of the House was ruled Out of Order and broke the Rules of the House. Quite a day!


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: So great to see how unified the Republican Party was on today’s vote concerning statements I made about four Democrat Congresswomen. If you really want to see statements, look at the horrible things they said about our Country,

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So great to see how unified the Republican Party was on today’s vote concerning statements I made about four Democrat Congresswomen. If you really want to see statements, look at the horrible things they said about our Country, Israel, and much more. They are now the top, most…


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: RT @SteveDaines: Montanans are sick and tired of listening to anti-American, anti-Semite, radical Democrats trash our country and our ideal…

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Montanans are sick and tired of listening to anti-American, anti-Semite, radical Democrats trash our country and our ideals. This is America. We’re the greatest country in the world.

I stand with @realdonaldtrump.


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: Yesterday, it was my great honor to host our third annual Made in America Showcase at the @WhiteHouse…. pic.twitter.com/mBha7Qprr9

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Yesterday, it was my great honor to host our third annual Made in America Showcase at the @WhiteHouse…. pic.twitter.com/mBha7Qprr9


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: Looking forward to tomorrow night’s rally in Greenville, North Carolina at 7:00 P.M. Eastern! donaldjtrump.com/rallies/july-g…

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Looking forward to tomorrow night’s rally in Greenville, North Carolina at 7:00 P.M. Eastern! donaldjtrump.com/rallies/july-g…


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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Lawfare – Hard National Security Choices: The Lawfare Podcast: Larry Diamond on ‘Ill Winds’

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Larry Diamond, a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, has spent the last forty years studying democracy. Over the last few years, he’s observed democratic values begin to crumble to political pressure, while authoritarianism is on the rise. Diamond sat down with Benjamin Wittes to discuss his latest book “Ill Winds: Saving Democracy from Russian Rage, Chinese Ambition, and American Complacency,” in which he charts the rise of illiberal leaders across six continents, including our own; the growing influence of China and Russia; and how the election of Donald Trump has affected all of this. Diamond argues that, to curb rising despotism, the United States must reclaim its role as an ardent defender of global democracy. To lighten the conversation a bit, they also discussed places where democratic values have seen a resurgence. 

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Trump Investigations, Middle East, and Israel from Michael_Novakhov (17 sites): “israel and germany” – Google News: Israel has almost as many religious restrictions as Iran, report says – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

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Israel has almost as many religious restrictions as Iran, report says  Jewish Telegraphic Agency

(JTA) — When it comes to restrictions on religious freedom, Israel is in the company of countries like Saudi Arabia, Syria and Iran, a new report says. The report …

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4:35 PM 7/16/2019 – Mueller Investigation Will Branch Out To The Middle East | Trump and Trumpism – Review Of News And Opinions

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Mueller Investigation Will Branch Out To The Middle East In 2019

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When the sources close to the Mueller investigation said that the prosecutor wasn’t close to finished, it seems that they meant that there was a whole second tier that would connect the Trump campaign to the Middle East with court filings which will start dropping as the calendar hits 2019.

The Daily Beast says that they have confirmed three sources familiar with the investigation that say 2019 will see what was nicknamed the “Russia Investigation” will soon be going worldwide with a Middle Eastern component. Up until now, the Russian segment has been the focus of most media, but part of Mueller’s team has been honed in on Middle Eastern countries and their efforts to influence or sway the Trump administration to see things their way.

Trump cohorts have been questioned about connections with the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Israel, and their efforts to put Donald Trump in the White House over Hillary Clinton.

And while Russia has previously been in focus, it seems that in 2019, a whole new vein might be tapped, according to Harry Litman, a former U.S. attorney.

“If this is going to be unveiled, this would be like the surfacing of the submarine but on the other plank which we haven’t seen. I guess what Mueller has to date has turned out to be pretty rich and detailed and more than we anticipated. This could turn out to be a rich part of the overall story.”

This week, the special prosecutor suggested that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn serve no jail time due to his extensive cooperation with Mueller’s investigation, but it seems that Flynn’s insights and connections didn’t stop with Russia. Flynn had connections with the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Israel.

Hussein Ibish, senior resident scholar at the Arab Gulf States Institute, says that it’s likely that this part of the investigation could uncover some sketchy sources, but it’s unclear if they will bear the kind of fruit that Mueller is seeking.

“Many of these characters involved are somewhat unsavory. But governments deal with all kinds of people all the time. It might be possible to question the wisdom of some of these connections, but not really possible to impugn the right of a government to deal with shadowy dealers in influence and access.”

But one of the people already under investigation in the Mueller investigation has a link to the Middle East that the special prosecutor has already tapped. Under scrutiny have been several meetings by George Nader (a Lebanese-American businessman and UAE envoy). Nader arranged the infamous meetings between Trump associate Erik Prince, Russian wealth fund manager Kirill Dmitriev, and the Trump campaign.

Over the summer, Erik Prince confirmed that he was cooperating with the special prosecutor’s office, and the Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee are interested in questioning Prince again after their party has the majority again next month.

Vanity Fair is adding that Congress is tightening the screws on Saudi Arabia related to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which is further complicated by Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner’s attachment to MBS and his family.


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CIA Panicking Over ‘Russiagate’ – American Free Press

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The Agency is concerned declassification of Russiagate-related documents could expose its political agenda.

By Donald Jeffries

A June 30 article by Shane Harris, The Washington Post’s successor to longtime CIA crony George Lardner, reveals that the agency is anxious over the pending declassification of documents associated with the Russian collusion investigation.

The article focused on Joseph Mifsud, a Maltese professor who supposedly introduced Trump foreign policy aide George Papadopoulos to a woman falsely claiming to be Vladimir Putin’s niece and a man allegedly tied to the Russian foreign ministry. Mifsud would further allege that the Russians had “thousands of emails” containing “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.

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Harris, who is also known to be close to former FBI director James Comey, stressed the theme that Papadopoulos was an intermediary between the Trump campaign and Russia, promoting the idea that Mifsud could easily have been seen as an influential Russian connection, if not a Russian intelligence agent. In the Post article, Harris and two fellow reporters noted: “In Mifsud’s absence, a number of President Trump’s allies and advisers have been floating a provocative theory: that the Maltese professor was a Western intelligence plant. . . . They have promoted the idea that he was working for the FBI, CIA, or possibly British or Italian intelligence. . . . Officials familiar with U.S. intelligence reports told the Post that Mifsud had been identified by intelligence agencies as a potential Russian agent before he met Papadopoulos, an assessment drawn from reporting collected over several years.”

The same day Harris took to Twitter, hammering home the Deep State talking points on this subject. “Officials familiar with U.S. intelligence reports told the Post that Mifsud had been identified by intelligence agencies as a potential Russian agent before he met Papadopoulos, an assessment drawn from reporting collected over several years.” He continued: “So why did we spend so much time on this, and why should you care? Attorney General Barr is now investigating the FBI/Mueller probe of Russian election interference and connections to the Trump campaign. Mifsud was in essence the impetus for that investigation.”

Touting the editorial line of both his newspaper and the entire mainstream media, Harris claimed, “But there is no real evidence that Mifsud was working for the FBI, the CIA, or British intelligence, as has been variously alleged. And while it’s still unclear what role if any he played in the Kremlin’s 2016 campaign, Mifsud’s links to Moscow are real and verifiable.”

Harris called upon the usual Deep State sources in the Post article. “Multiple former intelligence officials in the United States and the United Kingdom said that theory does not make sense.” The article declared emphatically: “John Sipher, a former CIA officer who once ran the agency’s Russia operations, called the idea that Mifsud was a CIA asset who set up Papadopoulos ‘nonsense,’ noting that the CIA is not allowed to target Americans. Steve Hall, who retired in 2015 after 30 years running and managing Russian operations for the CIA, said that in counterintelligence, ‘You can almost never rule anything out completely.’ But he added that Mifsud’s known activities closely parallel longstanding Russian techniques of targeting academic institutions to spot possible recruits and gather information, making it more likely that Mifsud was working with the Russians than a Western intelligence agency.”

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A July 1 analysis from Red State pointed out:

Their reasoning is risible. The idea that the CIA wouldn’t loan an asset to the FBI (this appears to have been the case with Stefan Halper, as we know [Andrew] McCabe flew to London to meet someone who seems a lot like Halper) is laughable on its face. . . . While the Russians do target academic institutions, so, too, do Western agencies. The role of professors as “talent spotters” for intelligence agencies, including the CIA, is well established. The 800-lb gorilla in the room that the Post slides right past is the fact that Mifsud’s primary academic affiliation is with Link Campus University in Rome. Its president is a former Italian interior minister and political and social conservative, and it is rumored, with as much backup proof as anything produced in this Post story, to be affiliated with a Western intelligence service.

Link President Vincenzo Scotti dismissed the notion that his school is a front for the CIA or any other Western intelligence service. “People say stupid things,” he stated. “We have no relationships with the CIA.”

A response to Harris on Twitter was cogent. “‘U.S. intel agencies identified Mifsud as a Russian agent’? Really? Was that when they were sitting in classes at Link campus Rome—where Mifsud taught alongside Claire Smith of the UK Joint Intelligence Committee and member of the UK Security Vetting panel?”

To a disinterested observer, our intelligence agencies lost their credibility a long time ago, and the repeated cries of “Russia! Russia! Russia!” are laughable.

Donald Jeffries is a highly respected author and researcher whose work on the JFK, RFK and MLK assassinations and other high crimes of the Deep State has been read by millions of people across the world. Jeffries is also the author of three books currently being sold by AFP Online Store.

 


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: RT @VP: 50 years ago, Apollo 11 launched holding astronauts that would soon make history and walk on the moon. Today, under the leadership…

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50 years ago, Apollo 11 launched holding astronauts that would soon make history and walk on the moon. Today, under the leadership of President @realDonaldTrump, the US has rededicated itself to deep space exploration to the Moon, Mars, and beyond! #Apollo50th pic.twitter.com/emAwB7EVY7


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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Donald Trump | The Guardian: The Guardian view on Donald Trump: a racist in substance and style | Editorial

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The US president’s bigotry has a political purpose: to distract voters and energise his base. He doesn’t care about the damage he might inflict in the process

Donald Trump’s agenda is to turn the clock back in the United States half a century, to a time when elected leaders spoke the language of white supremacy. Like Mr Trump, they did not use dog whistles. Until 1967, 17 states had laws banning interracial marriage. Mississippi did not vote to abolish the 13th amendment of the US constitution, which outlawed slavery, until 1995. Of course, legal segregation is a distant memory today, and race in America is not the chasm it once was. The country has had a black president and immigrants, white and non-white, have become rich and famous. Yet Mr Trump has, in a short space of time, remoulded the Republican party by excluding and gagging anyone who challenges him. This is no longer a question of the Republican leadership’s inability to deal with the president’s racism, but of its complicity in it.

Mr Trump is an heir to the tradition of American failure on race, one which misunderstands or ignores the country’s fundamental premise that people, in the words of Martin Luther King, “not be judged by the colour of their skin but by the content of their character”. In business such racism might be deplored but considered a private affair. However, in office it is an understatement to say that a bigoted, misogynistic narcissist is unfit to be US president. Mr Trump has long thought that only white people can be considered truly citizens and that immigrants are only conditionally American. So it came as no surprise to hear the US president told four female members of Congress, all of whom are not white, to “go back” to the countries “from which they came”.

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Donald Trump | The Guardian: Trump’s ‘go back’ racism is crude, but may be dangerously effective | Afua Hirsch

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As we’ve seen in the UK, attacking the identity of people of colour can be a route to political success

Pity Donald Trump. Even his racism is the most unsophisticated kind. Every black and brown person knows a “go back to where you came from” racist. For many of us who have never been migrants, to have this muttered at us was the first signal that to be a visible minority means to be forever perceived as an immigrant. And that being perceived as an immigrant is bad.

“Go back” racists are rarely intellectually capable of engaging with the question of whether the destination they deem so suitable for us actually exists. Trump’s latest outburst – in which he said four congresswomen should “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came”, is a case in point. For the US president to say of Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib, “if they’re not happy here, they can leave”, makes no sense because the women in question are Americans. Yet it makes perfect sense because they are not white.

Related: ‘Go back home’: Trump aims racist attack at Ocasio-Cortez and other congresswomen

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mikenov on Twitter: #FBI Shared Links Mr. Tweeter: “Construct a better bullhorn, and people will buy it! Supply of zi information stimulates the demand for its selected juicy morsels. Feed the hungry huddled masses yearning to chirp free! The Twitterati of the World, Tweet!” trumpandtrumpism.com pic.twitter.com/nWa1lush6E

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