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    Donald Trump told Sean Hannity in a new interview that perhaps FBI agents who searched his home at Mar-a-Lago were looking for Hillary Clinton's deleted emails – only to have his interviewer clarify that Trump wasn't claiming he possessed them. Trump made the startling comment in an interview where he defended the propriety of storing government information at his Florida club, even if documents are marked 'classified.'  'You can declassify just by saying, it’s declassified. Even by thinking about it,' Trump said, speaking to the executive's broad declassification authority. After repeating his claim that he declassified the material, trump tore into the National Archives and Records Administration, which exchanged letters with his lawyers while the agency pursued the return of government material.  'Now, I declassified things, and we were having a lot of problems with NARA. You know, NARA is a radical left group of people running that thing, and when you send documents over there, I would say there’s a very good chance that a lot of those documents will never be seen again,' he said. 'Were they looking...
    Former President Donald Trump appeared to surprise Fox News host Sean Hannity when he suggested the real reason FBI agents were at Mar-a-Lago on August 8th was that they were looking for Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails. Yes, that was a real suggestion made by the 45th president. Trump sat with Hannity Wednesday, the interview of which revealed several interesting moments, not least of which is the former president’s claim that he could declassify any document “by thinking about it.”  There were no other moments in which he expounded on presidential telekinetic powers. Still, he did seem to take Hannity aback by saying that the real reason that FBI agents performed a search and seizure at his Mar-a-Lago estate was that they were seeking deleted emails from the former Secretary of State and Democratic nominee in the 2016 election. “I would say there’s a very good chance that a lot of those documents will never be seen again,” Trump said before pivoting to what some may call magical thinking about the reason for the “raid.” “There’s also a lot of speculation,...
    by Adam Mill   “Has the Secret Service become a national security threat?” Ja’han Jones of MSNBC recently asked. He refers, of course, to the “scandal” surrounding missing or deleted texts of Secret Service agents sent on January 6 as the incursion into the Capitol unfolded. Of course, the scandal really began when anonymous Secret Service agents made the mistake of embarrassing the House’s January 6 tribunal by contradicting the outlandish hearsay account of Cassidy Hutchinson. Hutchinson’s story riveted Trump-hating viewers. But the committee had rushed to promote her testimony without first checking with any of the people who were actually present. Naturally, with egg on their faces, the committee launched a revenge campaign against the agency assigned with protecting the president. It demanded texts and its media allies declared routine deletions to be a cover-up. Ja’han Jones practically said the quiet part out loud: In the “get Trump” era, contradicting anti-Trump an narrative constitutes the highest of all crimes against the re-defined “national security” of the oligarchtical uniparty that really runs things. But there is something oddly familiar about this deleted text scandal....
    Hillary Clinton trolled President Trump after he was permanently banned from Twitter Friday.  Following his ban, Trump's Twitter account was deleted, much to his outrage.  After news of the ban broke, Clinton used her Twitter account to make a snarky comment about what happened.  She tweeted out a checkmark emoji while quoting a her own 2016 tweet telling Trump to 'Delete your account.'  Hillary Clinton (left) trolled President Trump (right) with a snarky tweet after he was banned from Twitter Friday, following the deadly Capitol riot  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Parler could be SHUTDOWN from midnight Sunday after Amazon... Don Jr. claims world is 'laughing at America' and 'Mao,... Share this article Share Clinton's June 9, 2016 tweet had quoted a tweet Trump had written which stated: 'Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary. He wants four more years of Obama – but nobody else does.' Trump's original tweet has, like all the others, disappeared following his ban.  Trump's riposte had been: 'How long did it take...
    MINUTES after Trump's account was permanently suspended from Twitter over the potential to incite violence, his former foe Hillary Clinton took the time to gloat and "check-marked" his absence on the social media platform. Democratic presidential nominee in 2016 Hillary Clinton took to the platform her former competitor was now banned on to gloat in his absence, retweeting a tweet of hers from before her loss to Trump telling him to get off the site. 4Hillary Clinton boasted of Trump's ban from TwitterCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Twitter permanently suspended the president's personal and campaign accountsCredit: Getty Images - Getty "Delete your account," read Clinton's tweet from June 9, 2016, which was a retweet of something Donald Trump had tweeted, but because his account has been suspended, that tweet is no longer available. On Friday night just after Twitter suspended not only Trump's personal account but also the Trump campaign account, and deleted tweets from the official government @POTUS account, Clinton boasted of Trump's lack of social media presence. "✓" was the tweet, with Clinton retweeting her original June 2016...
    Neera Tanden, President-elect Joe Biden's pick for budget director, has deleted over a thousand tweets in anticipation of a tough confirmation vote. Many of Tanden's deleted posts were critical of Republican senators, whose votes she will likely need for confirmation, as well as prominent conservatives and journalists. Tanden, who is the CEO of the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, would need a majority vote in the Senate to become the head of Biden's Office of Management and Budget, meaning that she is likely to need GOP support. Tanden's deleted tweets include, for example, multiple posts expressing disapproval of Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, a centrist Republican who has been known to vote with Democrats on some issues and is considered a "swing" vote. Yet, she left up a 2018 tweet that calls Collins "pathetic" for supporting Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's nomination in the Senate. Tanden's at times inflammatory tweets have created controversy and elicited responses from political figures on both sides of the aisle over the past few years. Since 2009, when he joined Twitter,...
    PRESIDENT Trump again pushed to release Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails before the election, and said there’s "so much evidence." The President's comments came on Thursday in an interview with Fox Business, with just 19 days until the 2020 presidential election. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 1President Trump again said he's working to release files related to Hillary Clinton's email scandalCredit: Reuters President Trump claimed that people "broke the law" and spied on his campaign. He claimed there's "so much evidence." Trump alleged people "tried to overthrow the presidency" in 2016. When asked if the emails and other declassified information would be released before the election, Trump said he's working to get them out. "It's okay for me to have to be spied on and ripped off and defrauded by these thieves, but they don't want to affect the election because the republicans play a very much nicer game," Trump said. Most read in News‘BEATEN TO DEATH’Toddler dies after ‘brute threw him against bathtub to stop him whining'LOCKED OUTTrump 2020 Twitter...
    PRESIDENT Trump said "crooked" Hillary Clinton’s "breathtaking" deleted emails are being released. Trump's comments came on Sunday morning, after he announced last week he declassified documents involving Clinton's email scandal and alleged Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 7Trump claimed Clinton's deleted emails from a scandal when she was Secretary of State are being releasedCredit: Getty Images - Getty 7Trump said Clinton was part of an operation to try and tear down his administrationCredit: Reuters Fox News host Maria Bartiromo questioned Trump as he slammed alleged "spying" on his campaign from the Obama administration, claiming "we caught them cold. Bartiromo questioned Trump about Clinton allegedly working with the FBI to take down his presidency. Trump alleged the operation began before he won the election, called it a "disgrace," and added: "We caught 'em." He alleged Clinton, among others, "tried to destroy an administration." “I will say this: documents are being released at a level now nobody has even seen before," Trump claimed. 7'“I will...
    MIKE Pompeo has threatened to release Hillary Clinton’s "deleted" emails before the election after President Trump's fury. The Secretary of State's comments came in an interview with Fox News on Friday. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 7Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he's releasing Hillary Clinton's deleted emailsCredit: Splash News 7Hillary Clinton was accused of using a private server for emails while working as Secretary of State under the Obama AdministrationCredit: © 2020 Pacific Press 7President Trump previously fumed that Pompeo could not get the emails releasedCredit: Alamy Live News Speaking with Fox, Pompeo said he's working to release deleted messages from Clinton's "scandal" when she used a private email server while working as Secretary of State under the Obama Administration. "We've got the emails. We're getting them out," Pompeo told Fox host Dana Perino. "We're going to get all this information out so the American people can see it. "You'll remember there was classified information on a private server, should have never been there," he continued. Pompeo added:...
    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday the State Department is working to release emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server, and that the documents could be published before the November election. “We’ve got the emails, we’re getting them out. We’ll get all of this information out so the American people can see them,” Pompeo said in an interview on Fox News. Earlier Friday, President Donald Trump called for the release of emails from Clinton’s server, which she used throughout her tenure as secretary of state in the Obama administration. It was not immediately clear what emails are poised for release. The State Department has already published the more than 30,000 emails that Clinton turned over to the agency in late 2014. Clinton said she deleted a similar number of emails from her server because they were unrelated to government business. Hundreds of the emails stored on Clinton’s server contained classified information, some of it at the highest classification level. Many of the classified emails involved correspondence with her closest aides, including Jake Sullivan, Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills. (RELATED: CIA...
    DONALD Trump said he can now be “really vicious” while blasting Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and a “sleaze-bag” story in The Atlantic at a campaign rally in Nevada on Saturday. Trump’s fiery comments come after Biden condemned him when The Atlantic published an explosive story detailing how the president allegedly disparaged military service members as “losers” during a trip to Europe in 2018.   Trump recounted seeing a Biden campaign ad that reportedly pictured Trump standing over the graves of soldiers. “He’s a pathetic human being to let that happen where they had an ad like that where I’m standing over graves with no sources, nothing,” Trump said at the rally. He continued: "Now I can be vicious and we’re going to start by saying the Democrats are going to rig the election because that’s the only way they’ll win.” Trump claimed that he has 25 witnesses “saying it never happened” on Saturday before barreling on with a blistering assault on Hillary Clinton. “I think it was 31 different phones they deleted. These are criminals we’re dealing with and there...
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