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Trump pardons 15, including people convicted in Mueller probe
"Much, sir. Good morning, President Donald Trump issued a slew of pardons yesterday, including for two people convicted as part of former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and for two former Republican congressman convicted Of a range of financial crimes. Trump pardon former campaign aide George Papadopoulos, who was convicted of lying to the FBI, Trump also pardoned former representatives Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins of New York. Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson says This is a breathtaking list. The pardons that President Trump issued here really have nothing to do with the national interest or with trying to fulfill justice. They have to do with President Trump's personal proposals and personal game. Trump also pardoned four men who worked as security guards for Blackwater and had been convicted in relation to the
Trump pardons political allies convicted of Federal crimes.
"Baghdad on tuesday nights trump also posted a deranged thirteen minute video to facebook and twitter making his full case for subverting the election and claiming it is his duty to ensure the election was fair insisting he won by a landslide and presenting c. t. v. that he claims was evidence to prove his victory in reality. All of his claims have been debunked including by the supreme court on two occasions. Critics expressed concern for trump's deteriorating mental health and his inability to accept his election loss one. It's not unusual for presidents to grant clemency on their way out the door trump also commuted the sentences of five others on tuesday. Trump has made clear that he has no qualms about intervening in the cases of friends and allies whom he believes have been unfairly treated even those who have pleaded guilty to their crimes the pardons included former republican. Representative duncan hunter of california and chris collins of new york trump also commuted. The sentence of former representative steve stockman of texas and pardon. The current state representative phil lyman of utah. Who led an atv. Protest through restrictive native. Land's call ins the first member of congress to endorsed trump to be president was sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison after admitting he helped he son and others dodge eight hundred thousand dollars in stock market losses when he learned that a drug trial by a small pharmaceutical company had failed onto was sentenced to eleven months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing campaign funds and spending the money on everything from outings with friends to his daughter's birthday party in the group announced tuesday nights with four form. A government contract is convicted in two thousand seven massacre in baghdad. That left more than a dozen iraqi civilians dead and caused an international uproar over the use of private security guards in a war zone. The pardons reflected trump's apparent willingness to give the benefit of doubt to american service and contract is when it comes to acts of violence in war zones against civilians trump also announced pardons for allies in sned in the russia investigation. One was for george papadopoulos. He's two thousand sixteen campaign advisor whose conversation unwittingly helped trigger the russia investigation that shadowed trump's presidency for nearly two years. He also pardoned alexander's swan. A dutch loya. Who was sentenced to thirty days in prison for lying to investigators during special counsel robert mueller's investigation president-elect joe biden on tuesday assailed the trump administration for failing to fortify the nation's cyber defences and called on president donald trump to publicly identify the perpetrator of a massive breach of us government agencies. A hack some of trump's top allies have blamed on russia france relaxed its corona virus related ban on trucks from britain on tuesday after a two day standoff that had stranded through of drivers and raised fears of christmas time food shortages in the
Former GOP California Rep. Duncan Hunter Gets Full Pardon From Trump
"Move by the president. Pre departure pardoning gave to two former GOP congressman Duncan Hunter of California who pled guilty to MIT. It's a campaign funds and Chris Collins of New York who pled guilty to conspiring to commit securities fraud and lying to the FBI. President, Trump also gave a full pardon to his former campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, who pled guilty to lying to the FBI as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the 2016 election. CBS
Trump stuns with 15 high-profile pardons
"With less than a month to go. The pardons from the president are beginning Mr Trump, handing them out to former Congressman Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins and as our Catherine Herridge reports, two people who were convicted is part of the rush investigation. The pardons include two men who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Both George Papadopoulos, a campaign foreign policy adviser. And Alexander Vander Swan, a Dutch lawyer served minimal jail time. In the announcement, the White House seemed to minimize their convictions, calling them process
Trump grants full pardon to Russia probe figure George Papadopoulos
"Granting 15 pardons. This includes full pardons to two men who were convicted in the Mueller investigation. George Papadopoulos and Alex Vander is one tough. A novelist pleaded guilty and 2017 is is lying lying to to FBI FBI agents agents while while vendors vendors want want pleaded pleaded guilty guilty and and 28 28 scenes scenes a a lying lying to to invent invent Stew. Stew. Gators Gators from from the the special special counsel's counsel's office office also also pardoned pardoned former former GOP GOP congressman congressman Duncan Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins, both convicted on corruption related charges. I asked Kyle Cheney, congressional reporter for Politico if President Trump pardoning Papadopoulos and Vandals. Juan is rebuke of the Mueller. Russia investigation question. I mean, we saw him pardon Mike Flynn a couple of weeks ago, which was sort of part of that long running effort. He's also commuted the sentence of Roger Stone, his longtime ally. Both of those men were caught. Up in the Mueller investigation and convicted or pleaded guilty. And in this case, you know Evander's Juan is sort of a bit player. But Papadopoulos is very interesting because he was the whole basis for the origin of the investigation. His interactions with the Russia linked figure led the FBI to probe the Trump campaign first place. So this is really the origin story of the Mueller probe and Trump pardoning him is really a shot at its existence in the first place. Other convictions of Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins essentially centered around corruption that they were convicted on. Why do you think the president chose toe? Pardon these two former congressman? This is pure, rewarding political loyalty here. I mean, Chris Collins was the first member of Congress to endorse President Trump and his 2015 2016 campaign. Hunter with the second, So it's pretty clear political payback here for loyalists and you know, doing in the lame duck when it would have been politically explosive to do it earlier. It's sort of a tried and true thing and other presidencies. But clearly what happened here, Kyle, I know that many of the president's supporters defend these decisions He's making by saying he's used the pardon less often than many other presidents. I guess that is true. But are you expecting Morva? Four? Mr Trump leaves office. I would anticipate it. I think it is fair to say he's used it less often, but he's used it more to three or or he let off the hook. People who are closely allied with him, like very deeply connected with him personally. In terms of politics. And yes, there are others out there that have not been issued People like Paul Manafort, Steve Bannon and others that we had on our watch list for a while now, so I would expect this is not the final round of the That's politico Congressional reporter Kyle Cheney. 10 13. NOW
Trump pardons 15, including Republican allies
"President trump is issued pardons to fifteen people including three former congressman and some Republicans allies among those pardoned former New York congressman Chris Collins who was snared in an insider trading investigation California's Duncan hunter who use campaign funds for personal luxuries and he commuted the sentence for Texas congressman Steve stockman a conservative convicted of corruption and the misuse of charity funds for former Blackwater security contractors convicted in a two thousand seven massacre in Baghdad have been pardoned and president trump also issued a pardon for George Papadopoulos he's twenty sixteen campaign adviser who unwittingly triggered the Russia investigation and attorney Alex vendors one accused of lying in the special counsel's investigation last month president trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn and trump's longtime friend Roger stone also implicated in the Russia probe Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump issues flurry of pardons, commutations
"It isn't uncommon for a president to issue pardons and commutations in his final weeks in office. President Trump has yet to concede the election. But this evening, he issued a flurry of them. They include several people who were indicted in connection with the Russia investigation, including former aide George Papadopoulos, who had said publicly he would be honored to receive a pardon. ABC is Aaron, Qatar. Ski has more on another Dutch attorney at Expanders. One was the first person imprisoned in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. He served a 30 Day sentence for lying. He pleaded guilty to making a false statement about his involvement with the report requested by the government of Ukraine, prepared by Skadden Arps law firm where he worked. Two former members of Congress who were convicted of financial crimes were also granted pardons California's Duncan Hunter. And New York's Chris Collins. There's no word at this point. If this is going to be the final group of Pardons and commutations, Mr Trump plans to
Trump announces 15 pardons, including 2 people part of the Russia probe
"Pardon to George Papadopoulos of former campaign aide Go back in the Russia probe pleaded guilty as part of that investigation. Mr Trump also granting full pardons to 14. Other people, including again those former Republican lawmakers and commuted all or part of the sentences of five others hears thoughts from loyal law Professor Laurie Levinson has predicted President Trump has started department people, including those that were involved in investigations. He didn't like. Including the Robert Mueller investigation Now. Last month, President Trump pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who had twice pled guilty to lying to the FBI during the Russia probe. That pardon drawing condemnation from Democrats and other critics. You know one, let's get back to the
Trump pardons individuals charged in Russia probe, ex-GOP lawmakers
"Has pardoned 15 people, including Republican allies, a 2016 campaign official in snared in the Russian investigation and former government contractors convicted in a 2007 massacre and Baghdad. The pardons announced this evening include former Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter of California in Chris Collins of New York. Mr. Trump also announced a pardon for George Papadopoulos is 2016 campaign adviser who conversation unwittingly helped trigger the Russia investigation that shadowed Trump's presidency for nearly two years.
Trump begins pre-departure pardons
"Death. President Trump has issued around a pre Christmas pardons. Among the more than two dozen Chicago area native George Papadopoulos, whose conversations unwittingly helped the trigger The Russia investigation, Papadopoulos was a foreign adviser to trumps 2016 campaign. The president also granted pardons to former congressman Duncan Hunter and
Trump pardons George Papadopoulos in latest batch of pardons
"George Papadopoulos tweeting Thanks to President Trump this hour, it's after Mr Trump, part of the former campaign aide who pleaded guilty as part of the Russia probe. 19. Others were just parted, including three former Republican lawmakers that includes former representative Chris Collins of New
Barr says Russia probe was started 'without basis'
"In an interview with fox news channel bar said the probe amounted to an effort to sabotage the presidency but the Attorney General offered no support for his assertion that the FBI lacked a basis for opening the investigation and he made no mention of the fact that the bureau began its probe after trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos boasted to a professor that he was aware that Russia had derogatory information on democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton the justice department's inspector general found in a report released last December that the F. B. I. wants justified in opening the investigation to protect against a potential national security threat Ben Thomas Washington
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Right as we continue George Papadopoulos his wife Simone I remember their book deep state target it's up on Hannity dot com alright so you spent the the two weeks and you know how many days total was that you told me it wasn't that bad right hello you know what was it was the one you were put in like our records you were put in a minimal security president little more freedom Simona I understand was there every single day right and came to see after hours on end yeah they're a little bit by the way you owe her a really really good Christmas gift for that just saying all right so here's my question what do you what do you both what are your next steps but doesn't this was me I'd be suing everybody that's okay Leslie my subject and I think it should go for it based on I mean I know we need to make you know to to as well as make the people pay for what they've done the way they are trying to for three years so I went live but it didn't fulfill its story of resilience George will talk about values conventional around and the idea came out my only first well nigh creek in the fashion line of my statement is not a cold like activation monolithic make you what you want he allowed because you were in a band and we want to make a statement with positive box have you talked to your lawyers not only about potential lawsuits have you talked to lawyers about overturning your plea Dale I don't know because you spend your ready served your time is is there any recourse available where you can have this short of a partner something that you can legally have this overturned in a court in other words an appeal I have a so I have a a great new legal team and not here do your work and we're looking at all options and we didn't think on there was the right move to train our withdrawal from the guilty plea at the time of the clearly now with all of this new exculpatory information about coming out this egregious conduct off from the DOJ and the F. B. I. are conducted against myself and in the campaign there were looking into all our you know record all right now whether I got to go I I but I don't I don't I don't mean to cut you sure I'm gonna break here but you're running in Katy hill's district out in California that that's a pretty heavy democratic district isn't it well here's here's the good news about that before Katie whole resigned the Republican held it for twenty six years and up the report and the Democrats pump six point five million dollars it's raise it's a purple district there's a lot of grassroots us your give me your website I gotta go people want to say hi hello to both the you've got what is actually about people want to support my campaign it's W. W. W. dot George for Congress dot com help me take California back to make that's a great family telling people to say hello I'm not telling people to donate because I know a lot then I'll be arrested have to spend two weeks in jail anyway thank you so much and congradulations to both you wish you the best of luck we're gonna follow your race closely when when the time comes eight hundred nine four one Shawn when we come back wide open telephones your calls comments questions yes it's madness week and not the swamp I don't feel one I am not one negative feelings at all let the weather they want to jump out of the plane and and into an empty pulled all right ahead that's your choice we'll continue Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants for witnesses to appear at the upcoming impeachment trial including acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton correspondences om although this really is kind of setting the marker if you will the starting point at the sensor to go she Asian sound very not clear at all that he's gonna get any of those witnesses highly unlikely but at least putting pen to paper and letting us Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell know what the wish list is a phase one trade deal has been worked out between Washington and Beijing national economic council director Larry Kudlow says there are advantages for the US in the package you remove some uncertainty and they also increase incentives to invest and they're also gonna double our exports to China just to name a few things on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average gained one hundred one points the nasdaq up seventy nine I'm in Kate's it's time to check the roads in that Kate on traffic center checking out traffic sponsored by **** business fifteen south found their direct sitting on the right shoulder it's a Hera us we've got a rex south down fifteen cactus offramp a crash Maryland parkway and windmill also a Recca Nellis interop **** business has reliable internet and voice.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"B. I. agents making errors to investigate trump in his campaign all of which are negative about it and we're told there's no bias we're told there's no coincidence either hi this is just the way it is that seems a bit strange to me we also know and have ample evidence that there are very senior people the F. B. I.'s who because they were reckless and clearly thought that they were above ever having to account for this that hated Donald Trump we know call me thinks the Donald Trump is Satan we know that McCabe thinks the same we know that page instruct I'm sure if we ask Bruce or he would tell you that yes Donald Trump is terrible we know Sally Yates was insubordinate and apparently too dumb to understand the law she supposed to enforce when she was acting Attorney General so we know she hates trump we go through all this they all hate trump and every stage of this process James call me signs off as FBI director on this far as worn incredibly sensitive case and we're told that all these mistakes that happened mistakes that are mind blowing about how Carter page had already worked with the federal government to help them have already been a source for the federal government was was a patriot and they made him seem like a traitor the George Papadopoulos they had people that are gonna had heard him already saying on the campaign not actually courting with Russia that's crazy they hid that from the court but we're all told an accident you know maybe there were just smart enough to know there if they work shoe blatant in the effort to run this investigation against this president that could be a problem for them maybe they weren't shocked complete imbeciles that they put down in writing in the FISA warrants or emails to get to each other about it yeah this is how we're going to screw up the trump campaign let's get it done although trucking page pretty much did that with text messages we're supposed to forget all that not supposed to believe that there's any any bias of work here whatsoever I I hope and pray that the germ report approaches this and specially the origins of all this with a bit more integrity in a bit more honesty Horowitz the inspector general and Obama appointee did exactly what I knew he would this was a whitewash but call me shows you no matter how much they try they can't make these facts disappear something was up here folks box section show on the most powerful name and talk talk radio six eighty WCBS.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Question there is how strong is the evidence how sensitive is the activity you're looking at there was none it was a a flippant remark by George Papadopoulos in a bar and to get there they also want to discount the other things the Papadopoulos said now the the the attorney general's very clear about something because the mob in the media's been lying to you again and they're saying well you know he says there's no improper motive well the I the Attorney General points out the problem is and and during points this out is that the inspector general has to work within a bubble and the bubble that he's working in is the DOJ and that BRI memories just allowed to inspect his ready made referrals against call me McCabe struck in page but in other words he can't go out of of that purview but the but US attorney Dorham can and is and has any explains how in fact what the melt mob is saying is not true he just based on what he knew from within his bubble he's saying listen so the inspector general says he found no evidence to indicate that the decision to start this investigation was based on political bias do you agree well what it would be actually I think you have to understand what the I. G.'s methodology is I think it's the appropriate methodology from inspector general he starts with limited information.
Ex-Trump aide George Papadopoulos, who played a key role in Russia probe, to run for Katie Hill’s House seat
"Former trump administration insider who played a key role in the Russia probe is ready to run for the house seat just vacated by California's Katie hill the potential candidate is George Papadopoulos who made headlines were trying to set up a meeting between candidate Donald Trump and Russia's Vladimir Putin to get dirt on Hillary Clinton during the twenty sixteen campaign Papadopoulos eventually pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and cooperated with
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on KNSS
"As we continue George Papadopoulos's wife Simona or with us on a huge developments if in fact we get this information released which I think is going to happen let me ask you both we see that the inspector general again the the heart which report on fi's abuse delayed but we do know that there was a recommendation for potential prosecution a gym call me one for being less than honest lying to the FBI and others to a violation of the espionage act with those letters that he removed that were confidential that's illegal what was your reaction that the press that the AG is at this point decided not to go forward Simone all ask you first because I think you get more angry than George over this stuff and I think I I share your anger more than half I I think Kanye should be persecuted and the old place and the how the responsible for all these sell illegal tanks engaged in two and it being responsible for fabricating life so to increase paid to every body around Tom took it suggests that it will not raise some to the marker seats against the value of United States and it's even worse when George and George I think there are deeper issues employee I'm guessing and I also have sources I think what I mean I can a poor speak for Attorney General Barr but just looking at why he did inside to decide the prosecutor I think he has a bigger fish to fry and to get higher up than cold me I think you're looking at Brenda and the C. I. A. actually in my in my opinion what I think you're gonna see coming out of this is that the CIA was running the show and they were feeding in this information to the FBI or the F. B. I. Willie will fully know that the information was wrong in order to obtain FISA warrants another wire taps against Americans are and the political campaign in the United States in the CIA of course was are using the foreign governments abroad that you referenced earlier to basically spy on us as well I think it was the right move I don't think our and I think you she is going to run a lot deeper what happened when you were a broad and what happened internally with Faiza it's it's very deep we got to get to the root cause of it all the way to the bottom and I think we're going to get there thank you George Simona Papadopoulos reprieve she being with us thank you very much on eight hundred nine four one Shawn you want to be on the program will continue in this vein we have David shown the criminal defense civil libertarian attorney gonna join us next you're listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show up more of your favorite cast topics and memorable moments that's all coming up by the next available representative thank.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on 710 WOR
"As we continue George Papadopoulos's wife Simona are with us huge developments if in fact we get this information released which I think is going to happen let me ask you both we see that the inspector general again the the heart which report on fi's abuse delayed but we do know that there was a recommendation for potential prosecution a gym called me one for being less than honest lying to the FBI and others to a violation of the espionage act with those letters that he removed that were confidential that's illegal what was your reaction that the press that the AG is at this point decided not to go forward Simone all ask you first because I think you get more angry than George over this stuff and I think I I share your anger more than half I I think Kanye should be persecuted and the old place from the the how the responsible for all these sell illegal jinxing gauge them too and it being responsible for fabricating life so to increase paid to every body around Tom took it suggests that it will not be shown to the marker seats against the value of United States and it's even worse when George yeah and George I think there are deeper issues employee I'm guessing and I also have sources I think what I mean I can of course speak for Attorney General Barr but just looking at why he did inside to decide the prosecutor I think he has a bigger fish to fry and to get higher up than cold me I think you're looking at Brenda and the C. I. A. actually in my in my opinion what I think you're gonna see coming out of this is that the CIA was running the show and they were feeding in this information to the FBI or the F. B. I. Willie will fully know that the information was wrong in order to obtain FISA warrants another wire taps against Americans are and the political campaign in the United States in the CIA of course was are using the foreign governments abroad that you referenced earlier to basically spy on us as well I think it was the right move I don't think our and I think you she is going to run a lot deeper what happened when you were a broad and what happened internally with Faiza it's it's very deep we got to get to the root cause of it all the way to the bottom and I think we're going to get there thank you George Simona Papadopoulos retreat she'd be with us thank you very much on eight hundred nine four one Shawn you want to be on the program will continue in this vein we have David shown the criminal defense civil libertarian attorney gonna join us next you're listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show up more of your favorite cast topics and memorable moments that's.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"As we continue George Papadopoulos's wife Simona are with us huge developments if in fact we get this information released which I think is going to happen let me ask you both we see that the inspector general again the the heart which report on files of use the late but we do know that there was a recommendation for potential prosecution a gym called me one for being less than honest lying to the FBI and others to a violation of the espionage act with those letters that he removed that were confidential that's illegal what was your reaction at the press that the AG is at this point decided not to go forward Simone all ask you first because I think you get more angry than George over this stuff and I think I I share your anger more than half absolutely I think Kanye should be persecuted than the old place and the the how the responsible for all these sell illegal adding single agent and two and it being responsible for fabricating life so to increased paid to every body around Tom took it suggests that it will not be shown to the marker seats against the value of United States Senate even more when George was the I. N. George I think there are deeper issues employee I'm guessing and I also have sources I think one I mean I can of course speak for Attorney General Barr but just looking at why he did inside to decide the prosecutor I think he has a bigger fish to fry and to get higher up than cold me I think you're looking at Brandon and the C. I. A. actually in my in my opinion what I think you're gonna see coming out of this is that the CIA was running the show and they were feeding in this information to the FBI or the FBI Willie will fully know that the information was wrong in order to obtain FISA warrants another wire taps against Americans are and the political campaign in the United States in the CIA of course was are using the foreign governments abroad that you referenced earlier to basically spy on us as well I think it was the right move I don't think our and I think you she is going to run a lot deeper what happened when you were a broad and what happened internally with Faiza it's it's very deep we got to get to the root cause of it all the way to the bottom and I think we're going to get there thank you George Simona Papadopoulos retreat she'd be with us thank you very much Tom eight hundred nine four one Shawn you want to be on the program will continue in this vein we have David shown the criminal defense civil libertarian not turning going to join us next you're listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show will have more of your favorite gas topics and memorable moments.
Trump claims Russia investigation was 'treason'
"But if that was likely Russian disinformation from the beginning in the dossier and then we see what they did with it I mean just all right to hookers urinating in a bed in in the Ritz Carlton in Moscow Donald trumps bad which you know that's why they had the spreadsheet John Solomon reported ninety some odd percent of this is all garbage the about new was all garbage but in spite of warnings multiple warnings Kathleen calve like Bruce or everybody else steel hates trump Hillary paid for it it's not verified now we know what's on verifiable the dossiers author Christopher steal those same by it okay but you use it any way you use it it gets disseminated to the American people of the poker is hearing it urinating in the bed story that's it doesn't sound like the Russians if it was if it was Russian disinformation likely from the beginning it sounds like the Russians weren't trying to hold Donald Trump which is banned one of the main points and main conspiracies a mainline is from the get go anyway joining us now good friend of the program is done great work all boy do we have news coming next week isn't it great when you know something awesome is come then you can't share with everybody to tell your audience your he's like you jerk you know only because we we are very careful I am you know I said this last night on TV we we double check triple check every source we don't want to get a story wrong thankfully we have not on this big you know two and a half years above I'm feeling layers of an onion but let me start with this you're the executive vice president investigative columnist at the hill right and you broken so many of these stories but I think what you really hit on just this week prior to Mahler could be the biggest piece of the puzzle and that is about George Mitchell said is a guy that well didn't the mother reports suggest he was part of Russian intelligence and the person he's a he's a flash point the start of the entire Russia collusion narrative if you don't have Joseph miss through writing out reaching out to George Papadopoulos in March of twenty sixteen and offering to introduce him to the Russians you don't have a predicate because as we know it was that conversation sort of conversations in March and April that the F. B. I. said prompted them to open up a investigation that became known as operation crossfire hurricane in which gave us this whole bogus Russian collusion narrative for two and a half years so he is the starting point of this entire investigation and in the great lawmakers who questions director Mahler drew out some very important information during the hearing which is they kept asking why didn't you charge Mister if you believe he lied the man who starts the entire investigation you don't charge come in but you can use them of lying and director Mahler could not provide an answer why you charged everybody else of lying but but not miss you and of course that predated by one day the story I had which in which missions lawyer says John there on the new turn US attorney rubber investigating the Russia collusion misbehavior that abuses by the potential boosted by the F. B. I. has reached out and sought an interview with Missy what does that tell us it means that the justice department isn't confident with Mahler's conclusions about Mr into we know from Mister lawyer that Mister lawyer is prepared to provide evidence of the justice department said back but here's the bell for this that his client wasn't some Russians dudes he was a long term western intelligence cooperators collaborator who was passed passed directed to approach George Papadopoulos an offer to make introductions in Russia meaning it could be a set up a western intelligence set up that would flip the entire case on its head okay now it's listed in and it goes to the heart of the issue something we have discussed from the get go to eat where people talk about it as the five buys an alliance our intelligence with United States Great Britain Italy and Australia Australian right and by the way interestingly did we out source some intelligence gathering in ways that would circumvent American law but our friends do it for us but basically ordering it done for us is how big a story is that likely to become here that's a great Russian this I think is a multiple fairy throwing a first off we don't know Mifsud or is water telling the truth and I've seen some documentation which I put in my store you can go to and download the actual documents that would suggest that there's some credence to what they're saying there's some clear evidence that misty was being directed to you introduced Papadopoulos too the Russians and secondly there was some trickery chicanery going on remember everyone in the media was gasping couple years ago the Papadopoulos might have met with Russia with what Amir Putin's needs a woman who is is supposed to be Vladimir people's needs I have seen clear and convincing evidence that the woman who was introduced by Mifsud too Papadopoulos with not a niece but in fact a student posing as a niece that that Mr took off of his campus that's the sort of trickery or OR undercover work and often goes on and either private intelligence ops or government ops I think one of the theories here it could be a government run MI six America who knows another theory was a private intelligence up someone had paid to have this dirty tricks states we don't know yet but the fact that John during his looking at it tells us the answers mother gave the justice department don't seem to be satisfying enough to be Attorney General let me ask you this I was recently got a call from somebody and I've always felt the George Papadopoulos you know he even said and it was reported that he said just the opposite of what people accused him of saying when they use them of lying he said I would I would find a traitorous if somebody alluded with the Russian column that was your column John Simon correct ball and a friend and so many reasons no don't trust this guy don't trust this guy and I looked at them and I said well it arm I have no reason to doubt what he said here and I've been told that there might actually be exculpatory evidence that proves him right that's exactly right remember we've heard multiple times on your show about lawmakers are come on your show referencing transcripts John and I as I many times before you have called for the release of those transcripts they exist I think those are in the process of being declassified I think we're gonna see some news on that the next few weeks but if there are transcripts before the FISA warrant was issued in which the FBI knew that George Papadopoulos not only was was not interested in in getting a Russian dirt and email for the Russians he actually said of doing it the campaign will consider to trees and they would never do that if you use those words it would have undercut the entire allegation they're asking the court for permission to to investigate it's the sort of information you're required under the law to tell the court we think something went on here but we have some evidence it goes the other way we need to show that to you we've heard from deafening as we've heard from John Radcliffe said there's a belief that some of this evidence was not given to the court if that gets the classified in we see really what the FBI knew about Papadopoulos it could really go to the heart of abuse by the FBI and the justice department in the fall of twenty
Barr grilled about Mueller letter in heated Senate testimony
"And extrordinary revelation by the New York Times that in late March the special prosecutor, Mr. Muller wrote a letter to the attorney general complaining thought they're complaining. The matter here is Russia gate, the context and here is the molar report. The weekend of the complaint was the one where the attorney general received the Muller report, and then issued an executive summary, pending the reduction of the Miller report, which came some weeks, later, gentlemen, a very good evening to you. Go to the letter that we now have written by we're told the special prosecutor. Mr. Muller, he signed it. But the sentence that seems to have the most complaint in it, quote, the summary letter the department sent to congress and released to the public late in the afternoon of March twenty fourth did not fully capture the context nature and substance of this offices work and conclusions and quote and a. I'm puzzled about this complaint to the attorney general. The word context throws made the word nature is a total. Puzzling and substance of this offices work is this something that's regular exchange between serving a prosecutors and the in the office and the boss himself. Does this happen all the time? Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. No, it's extrordinary. I guess part of it is explained by, you know, people do all kinds of things when they're on their way out the door as some of the staff of this mullah's, and this more self they're apt to do all kinds of stuff when they're going out the door and no longer even cells in the chain of command. But they wouldn't dare have done before that maybe a little of that going on my sense, John is that the sequence of events that's important as attorney general bar pointed out in his testimony was that before bar put out his March twenty four th letter outlining conclusions of Muller's investigation, which he received on two days early on much second before the March twenty four bar letter goes out he gives molar these special counsel an opportunity that we've you the letter before issuing it and Muller declines that opportunity. Bars letter conveys, and this is not something I think that's contestable. That Muller did not make decision on the obstruction charge. Which was quite surprising since that was the main thing that he was brought in I believe to the side. And I think what happened was when bar revealed that Muller had abdicated on the main job that Muller was given to do. There was a lot of press criticism that arose from that. And after hearing all that stuff couple of days, they got miffed, and they sent this letter in and then when bar confronted baller about the letter the day after receiving it PS and quite blank point blank, rather. Are you saying that the letter is inaccurate and Muller, according to bar said, no the letter the complaint was not that. The letter was inaccurate. Was that the press? Coverage was an accurate. So here I think we get to the two things that are of concern to the tender sensibilities of people on Muller staff. One is that they got negative press coverage and because they were the avengers against Trump. They didn't get any negative press coverage. So this was something that was new to them, and I think probably difficult to deal with. And then the second thing is that. Bar is a prosecutor in the old school mold of the Justice department, which is at the prosecutor's job, which is the one that that Muller didn't do on obstruction is to make determination about whether there's enough evidence to charge. Well, whether there's not that's what we need to hear from. Prosecutors not the mood music around the determination, we need that determination that is. Well, part of the problem that it seems from this letter that they've inverted the master server relationship is not the special counsel work for the attorney general. Yes. The the normal chain of command is that the the special counsel reports to the attorney general, but I think that is what happened here was first of all we shouldn't have had a special counsel because there was no crime, and there was no conflict, which the two things you need under the rigs to justify special counsel. They were given that as the Democrats who complained about the firing of me were given a special counsel. Anyway, by Mr. Rosenstein, the the then deputy attorney general, and he made a commitment to the Democrats because they were saying mean things about him in the media. And he wanted them to stop that. He would give Muller basically carte lunch. Muller would have no restrictions. He'd be able to take the investigation wherever he decided to take it. So that would no crime no crime, no parameters. No restrictions on Muller. And then what happened that of importance in the last two months? Is that you know, we got an actual attorney general now who thinks that his job is to be the attorney general, which means he gets to supervise the prosecutors and Muller and his staff got used to operating for two years without any real to provisions, and as a result of that they did things like for example, the microcosm. I think that captures best with the report is like is the George Papadopoulos or the Roger stone indictment. You can pick either one. But both of them are the same thing, you have basically a relatively tiny in the scheme of things process crime that a normal prosecutor would charge a one half power graph indictment saying on you know, on such and such day, the defendant knowingly willfully lied to the FBI, you know, by saying X, and that would be the end of it. Instead with Muller what we got was fourteen. Pages of almost collusion. Nearly collusion. Lots of Russians around here who knows when collusion will happen. And then you put to the last page, and it's got nothing to do with collusion process crime. So that was the way he ran the investigation. And then when we got to the end, he hopes that that would be the way his report would go out. And instead what bar told him essentially was, you know, this is like a prosecutor's office would not writing screenplay and the public with the bottom line in the investigation, which is what you're supposed to get. The attorney general has now spoken to the Senate Judiciary committee and two members of the committee following the end of the testimony Senator Harris of California's Senator Geraldo of Wii have called for the attorney general's resignation. So this matter is now partisan contest is no longer. Just a search for the facts. However, I mentioned that. In addition, the House Judiciary committee. Cities expecting to turn general to testify and the latest news. The attorney general will not because of unusual demands by the house committee for the terms of that testimony. So we're thrown back on this dispute, and I want to identify the dispute in common in terms of what of us was not a lawyer, which is make you to our lawyers. It very much looks like and the word rift was used in an interview on the New Yorker with a Mr. mazzetti and Mr Schmidt, the two times reporters working this story and first revealed the bar. They Muller letter the word rift was used it very much looks to me as those who seek the president's unhappiness impeachment removal from office are siding with Mr. Muller those who seek to support right now. The Trump administration are siding with Mr. bar that looks? To me. I'm non lawyer to be an. An unequal match Mr. bars, the attorney general, and Mr. and Mr. Mueller is a serves the attorney general, do you believe that there is a head of us that scale of contest he said he said they're going to pick these two men against each other in a pending impeachment inquiry. Well, I think John that the way that that that is being teed up as if it was a contradiction makes an assumption. That's not true. And that is that what congress would have to find for impeachment is the same thing that a prosecutor would have had to sign for indictment and important. A fact they're very different. So what I think happened here is not necessarily that that bar and Muller are in conflict, at least in terms of what the facts love, I think they have some legal disagreements, but I think the thing to keep your eye on here is that bar as the attorney general is conducting himself as a prosecutor. And what prosecutors concern is is is there enough evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. To prove a penal offence in court. That was supposed to be Muller's job too. But I believe, and this is the whole thing about, you know, context and substance, and what I call mood music, and and narrative what Muller decided to do and to make his investigation was not the finding of charges or the decision. Whether charges were justified or not what he decided to do with to craft the narrative, and what you know, the the if there's a conflict here, it's that mo- that bar believes consistent with the with the old line Justice department way of thinking about the job of the prosecutor your job is to find out. There's enough evidence to charge or there, isn't what Muller seems to think is that a prosecutor's job is to write a screenplay of a narrative, which is peppered occasionally by things like processed primes. But otherwise what what your job is is to is to crap a story. That paints the president in as unflattering alive as possible mindful of the fact that congress doesn't need a penal offence in order to impeach. So I think they're serving different purposes more than being in in sexual
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on Trumpcast
"There's a fine as sure infuriate anybody could be. But we have actually shown that over reason to suspect this person where bogus and we should just clear it out. Of our politics. Now, I don't think that's what mala is going to find four kinds of reasons. But if he did yes, I think it's not enough to say, well, it's perfectly reasonable to suspect. Everybody of being a Russian agent. Right. So that was not where I was going with that. Okay. I agree with you. If the end result of the Muller investigation is to debunk the fact that the Trump Tower meeting took place, the fact that Paul Manafort ever had connections with shady people and became, you know, the campaign, chairman of the of the of the fact that, you know, George Papadopoulos had these weird meetings, and almost if it is taboo, she's that that lots of other facts, we don't know about which clearly put that in perspective and show that this was much more isolated than we now have reason to correct I will be the first person if the contents of the Muller report amount to an exoneration, I will be the first person to say, let's move on. But the the bet again, but my question was. Prediction, and if we get out of it, which is either half. No, I don't think it's likely to happen. But if that happened, do you think that in fact, most people would move on and exonerate, so I and my my feeling is. No. And of course, the same Justice true have on the other side. I also think that if what the Miller report finds is really damaging is closer to the extreme that you started a conversation with then even at this point. We think is likely I think that's going to be a lot of people and Trump circle or even have some Fox News, and in the wider sort of set of supporters of his who find some way of not believing that at all either..
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"And every American should be concerned about this if it were reversed and this was a and this was a democrat, a democratic president who was being treated this way by the by the DOJ, the press would be going crazy. Mike wanna wrap up because we've had enough scotch and time to go on with the rest of the day. But I want to end this round because I, I hope you'll come back five or six months from now, and I wanna try to each densify something that if it comes out that that happens, we will concede that we have to move some ground. So here is mine that I will say if this happens, I will say, okay, I have to buy the scotch next time if it emerges that. In fact, the investigation started with Carter page not with George Papadopoulos and that that. The dossier was in fact the origin story of the whole thing. I don't know that I will say my, you know my God, the whole thing is illegitimate, but I will be deeply shocked and I'll be concerned because I think that's counter to everything every representation that has been made, and I would be very shocked to learn that your world is right about that. And so my question is, what's the reciprocal thing that if you were to learn, you'd have to say, while maybe I've drunk some some of the Kool aid here, and you know that spawn of Satan witness may may have been more onto certain things than I was. You know, we're, we're, we're in such different places because in my view, it has already been firmly established that the dossier is what allowed them a to launch. Investigation into the campaign in general. This wasn't just an investigation of Carter page. An important thing to realize is that they needed Carta. They could've brought Carter page and interviewed him and work with them like they didn't hard page wasn't even still part of the campaign at the time. Yeah, but but all of his all of his contacts, allow them a allow them to investigate others under the under the pretext of investigating Carter page. So all of the, the Carter pay the, the Carter page, Faisal warrant is the door that allows them to go into into into the Trump administration into the Trump campaign in general. So what we also have to loss so that it's also it's also the administrative step, the the, the, the legal step necessary to validate the dossier in the eyes of the press who have seen it. All right. It's all been distributed to them. What would you have to learn? I'd have to learn. I have to learn that. There was actually co luge in between Putin and Trump between Putin and Trump or between Putin and people in Trump's orbit. So what if like tomorrow, it won't happen tomorrow because because it say no, it has to be. It has to be Putin and Trump. It's not Roger stone isn't good enough. No, it has. It will. If you could show, if you could show that Roger stone was was acting on direct orders of Donald Trump and close and close contact. You'll never be able to do that. So the collusion with the kind of circle of people around Trump not good enough for you no way, no way for the all the reasons I look this thing this think about all of the press around. Let me just give you one issue when when it came out the popadopoulos had pleaded guilty to line to the FBI. Look at all the press commentary that that came out about that Papa dopoulos is wearing a wire..
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"george papadopoulos" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Or members of the trump campaign rather carter page george papadopoulos now think about this kim strassel says think of the trump russia collusion narrative is two parallel strands one politics one law enforcement the political side well that involves the actions of fusion gps the hillary campaign obama officials all of whom focused on destroying trump the law enforcement strand involves the fbi and what methods and evidence that used it its trump investigation at some point these strands intersected and one important central question is how early that happened so you know this this these revelations congress and the public have a right to know as kimberley strassel rights a justice department willing to leak details of its top secret source too friendly news media can have no excuse for not sharing that information with duly elected members of congress devon nunez is a member of congress they are trying to find out what the f b i did and what they didn't do and frankly i i mean i don't want to be a broken record here i i really don't i i don't even know if how you're reacting to this because i'm reading this early today last night and i'm thinking this is mashes this bigger than watergate i mean how can you not go crazy we'll go bonkers at the idea of.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Yeah the the the what we're finding out each day and i think this is probably being prompted in part by the fact that there's going to be an inspector general report looking at the activities of the fbi and some of the justice department folks during the clinton email investigation so they're clearly knowing that a lot of the stuff is coming out there trying to get out in front of it we're we're finding that they not only went to the foreign intelligence surveillance court on the basis of clinton campaign opposition research this steele dossier to get authority to eavesdrop on trump administration officials were now finding that they used foreign intelligence confidential informants probably to spy on the trump campaign we don't know how many were used we don't know they were embedded in the campaign or if they if they were just you know informants who will run against guys low level guys like george papadopoulos and carter page but it's clear that with the cooperation it appears of the cia and some foreign intelligence services they they approached trump campaign people to try to get information so so we'll informant is a fancy government term for spike correct right i i like to use the word spy because i think everyone understands that we know informing on someone can be good but spying on someone else usually bad i see i the reason i'm i'm reticent here is i was a prosecutor for twenty years and informants are the stock in trade of law enforcement if you didn't have them you have a lot more crime and country would be a lot less safe so and i guess the other the other problem i have and this is just a sort of a sense of unfairness and this is without suggesting that what what happened here was appropriate because i don't think it was but it is a little bit much to hit the fbi as we i think appropriately have done for presenting unverified information to a court to get surveillance warrants and at the same time hit them for doing the thing that you would normally do as a prosecutor or an investigator to verify information which is used informants and and.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"As we continue fox news contributor investigative reporter sara carter is with us i'm told even adam schiff knows that it's all about to hit the fan and he's just that this you know trying to come up with any means possible to counter what is now pretty explosive information from ever getting in the hands of the american people now on top of of that information that the justice department handed over to the house intelligence committee now we have the inspector general report that has been going on what over a year now and apparently they handed over one point two million pages of documents to congress are brewery and i think what we're we're going to go right back to what you were saying about adam schiff api hirfi sanqian according to resort there on carpet story connecticut new york times right that try to backtrack on the dossier remember the dossier and would there was a weeks after weeks about this dossier buzzfeed then cnn reported and business insider reported that there was all this cooperation in the dossier and this must be four out of the information came out as they said the dossier was the impetus behind getting the war is and then all of a sudden we see the new york times backtracked that story and it and they say no no no really the reason the the investigation began and the warren sin and the push to look into this trump russia alleged russia collusion would because of george papadopoulos he was at a bar he was drinking he was honking one good and was talking person here say if you want to buy that bowl who i mean no would accept it here prey yet no court would accept that that's that's a fact i've been talking to avoid number of people that are very familiar with the face of course they said there's no way they would accept that is evidence on his face two key issue warrants just because somebody made the statement at a bar that particularly somebody who is trump and and in a theft there was nothing in that statement that was illegal or wrongdoing there was already suspicion that you know we can weeks.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"That was george pompidou topless this was the lie the fbi hanan informant at trump tower they didn't fusion gps glenn simpson said they had the fbi head of informant in trump tower and i tried to turn this george papadopoulos guy who had one drunken conversation with an australian diplomat in other words the new york times in april wrote that the trump dossier as the reason for the investigation on new year's eve they wrote that it's not if it never was it was george papadopoulos it was not carter page nobody saw the new york times new year's eve peace wealth people thought but it didn't get amplified on because it cut the legs out from under the entire premise of the drive by media for all of two thousand seventeen the trump dossier had nothing to do with the fbi's investigation into trump colluding with russia wasn't the dossier after all not was george babalafas who trump probably never even met a hangeron pregnant and groupie advisor justice we have been lied to about that we have been lied to about so much and we've had so much misrepresented to us including how brilliant and competent and successful obama was and how dangerously dumb stupid illiterate mall that trump is meanwhile the nation in the last year has began to look like america again and nobody's talking about managing the decline in nobody's triangle lower your expectations for your your kids future in fact it's just the opposite it's katie.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Instead it was first hand information from one of america's closest intelligence allies that kicked off the probe quote unquote that was george papadopoulos this was the lie the fbi had an informant at trump tower they didn't fusion gps glenn simpson said they had the fbi head of informant in trump tower and they tried to turn this george papadopoulos guy who had one drunken conversation with an australian diplomat in other words the new york times in april wrote that the trump dossier as the reason for the investigation on new year's eve they wrote that it's not it it never was it was george papadopoulos it was not carter page nobody saw the new york times new year's eve peace wealth people's thought but it didn't get amplified on because it cut the legs out from under the entire premise of the drive by media for all of two thousand seventeen the trump dossier had nothing to do with the fbi's investigation into trump colluding with russia wasn't the dossier after all not was george babalafas who trump probably never even met the hangeron turned out in groupie advisor just as we have been lied to about that we have been lied to about so much we've had so much misrepresented to us including how brilliant and competent and successful obama was and how dangerously dumb stupid illiterate mall that trump is meanwhile the nation in the last year has began to look like america again and nobody's talking about managing the decline in nobody's trying to lower your expectations for your your kids future in fact it's just the.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on WCHS
"That was george papa dopoulos this was the live the fbi handled informant at trump tower they didn't fusion gps glenn simpson said they had the fbi had an informant in trump tower and they tried to turn this george papadopoulos guy who had one drunken conversation with an australian diplomat in other words the new york times in april wrote that the trump dossier is a reason for the investigation on new year's eve they wrote that is not if it never was it was george papadopoulos it was not carter page nobody saw the new york times new year's eve peace what people thought that it didn't get amplified on because it cut the legs out from under the entire premise of the drive by media for all of two thousand seventeen the trump dossier had nothing to do with the fbi's investigation into trump colluding with russia wasn't the dossier after all not was george papadopoulos who trump probably never even met the hangeron credited groupie advisor justice we have been lied to about that we have been lied to about so much and we've had so much misrepresented to us including how brilliant and competent and successful obama was and how dangerously dumb stupid illiterate mall that trump is meanwhile the nation in the last year has begun to look like america again and nobody's talking about managing the decline in nobody's trying to lower your expectations for your your kids future in fact it's just the opposite it's katie by the door once again as the center of the review universe rush on the eib network kenneth silver forecast of one hundred dollars really happened a few people have forecast 100dollar silver so.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Applaud jfk laguardia la acts newark liberty nice on tori the latest russian it was president that i wore my nyet my president tshirts morning it is the law yes cuba russian music please thank you the latest bombshell this morning trump didn't dismissed the idea when foreign policy adviser advisory know hun talking about gorka no but let's pita apnea stop beat up happening on twitter he could make that happen i think that sounds st mermoz twitter followed me as living out laid out a read it up he'd apps drop the ideas raised by george papadopoulos at meeting of the sarah huckabee in san bag was asked about the description she said the president does not recall specifics up the meeting i thought he had the best memory ever got best brain memory of all time that's weird that's going be quite awkward when muller finally talks to him that he can't remember anything a again it was a brief meeting she said the took place quite some time ago it was the one time that group ever met it's so that's you know meeting with putin is not a detail he would girl it all starts like that at one little thing like with junior our target adoption i mean we chatted for a little bit gained a lot i mean right the adoption of policies that would atlas collude with the action adoption as i've said he's the rainman of the of the trump russia right he's like other was a four russians definitely definitely a flat five five five six six eight got to what weapon yeah i'm john stolnis david this is all suspicious anyone rex tiller meant tillerson eliminated the key office within the state farm in the corner coordinates foreign sanctions policy just as trump is not an acting the sanctions against russia that he's been ordered to do her congress now he missed the october first deadline that's an the thing you got it right as no sanctions office the being under construction we can't we can enact them until they're fully audited where we're going to get whitefish energia that yet we got those two guys bob in chicago bob welcome stephanie how are you today go ahead uh yeah my comment is uh would reform the one thing.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Of the other things i find interesting about all this said the indictments of uh paul manafort in his partner in this guy named george pataki klis dopoulos never heard of george papadopoulos and i understand the he used to work for the ben carson campaign and somehow ended up working for the trump campaign nobody quite knows how he went from one to the other now we just go back to the dark days of the campaign for second you remember win donald trump was dismissed as a joke the huffington post wouldn't even write about him in the political section arianna huffington went on television she said i'm not going to put in the '60s he said the serious and and she said we're only going to cover him as an entertainer so trump starts getting contraction begins taking begin taking him semi seriously well who your foreign policy advisers who your one partly consultants who you are what are you go to four and of course nobody yet nobody because a lot of people didn't take him seriously the expert didn't want to touch always toxic can you remember what was it jeff sessions and maybe one other senator endorsed him and that with that virtually no newspaper endorsed him the man in every france and so people like papa dopoulos during the campaign i guess i don't know he certainly wasn't able to attack any heavy weight at least not at first we went through a number of people man had never done politics before and so he reads papa dopoulos his name all some list somebody handed him because donald trump camp be hamrick who your foreign policy adviser who your foreign policy advisers had him a lift guy he's got great guy great guy grow and they're playing at all over and over and over again the man probably doesn't know papa dopoulos thick newton read off of paper i thought donald trump was an idiot now that donald trump that's the great guy so we.
"george papadopoulos" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"If you see with a program as always great conversation the night misplaced the email where she told me what she was doing but it will have you shimon again in a couple of weeks and blue vare to that in thanks to all haji who sub next week and brought great pen africa vibes to go over that we have heard it through your refugees jews when all right thank you very much in tune into bbc news next is nine now schumer the bbc needs rugged nana special counsel investigating alleged links between russia and the trump campaign his press this task charges it's a nice the george papadopoulos who advise the campaign on foreign affairs pleaded guilty earlier this month to lying to the fbi about his contact with the russian professor with ties to kremlin officials geno brian in washington has more details this is arguably the most significant development today because when this happened he was actually part of the trump team he was a foreign policy advisor to president trump and he was an integral part of the team so this actually goes straight to the heart of the russia pray whether or not there was collusion between members of the campaign and russia to try and sway the outcome of the presidential election earlier mr trump's former campaign manager paul manafort was cia charged with conspiring to defraud the us in his dealings with ukraine the chargesheet alleges that he'd business associate and tens of millions of dollars which they concealed multiple sources indicate that.