Sunday and Monday Trump Tweets (updated to correct an error)

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Sunday 

The Washington Post is tracking President Trump’s false or misleading statements, as of May 31st, 2018 they have the total at 3,251 false or misleading statements in 497 days.


FBI agent Peter Strzok was removed from the Special Counsel Robert Mueller Russian probe in late July of 2017, according to multiple media outlets who reported the removal in December of that same year.

IG report states while the texts between Strzok and Attorney Lisa Page, were unprofessional and created the appearance of bias, the IG found no political bias effected their handling of the Hillary Clinton investigation or their work on matters relating to Russia.

From the linked report (pg 537) “created an appearance that political bias could have influenced this decision, especially when viewed in the light of messages exchanged between Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page.”

The IG finding (pg 537) “Despite the appearance of bias created by these actions, the OIG found no evidence that bias affected any investigatory decision or action.



The Inspector General report does not support Trey Gowdy’s assessment.

It’s being reported by multiple sources that FBI agent Peter Stzork has expressed his willingness to testify before Congress and that he will not invoke his 5th amendment right.


Monday

The House is expected to vote on two immigration bills this week as early as Tuesday.


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There is no law that requires illegal immigrates or asylum seekers to be separated from their children at the border. President Trump can end the policy of “zero tolerance,” with a phone call to Sessions who in April announced the new policy.


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ACA (Arms Control Association) has a time line of the talks between the U.S. and North Korea dating back to 1985.

For the record the Obama Admin announced an agreement between the U.S. and North Korea, they had agreed to suspend operations at their uranium enrichment plant, invite inspectors to monitor the planet, in exchange the U.S. would give 240,000 metric tons of food aid under strict monitoring, in February 2012. March 2012 North Korea under new ruler Kim Jong un, announced more testing for April of that year. By the end of March the agreement between the U.S. and North Korea is suspended.

In March of 2012, 5 republican senators sent a letter to then President Obama that called the move to send aid to North Korea, “appeasement.”


updated to correct a date error.

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