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Monday, July 24, 2017

RSN: Dan Rather | Robert Mueller Has Just Started Turning Over Rocks and the Critters Are Already Crawling Out





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Dan Rather | Robert Mueller Has Just Started Turning Over Rocks and the Critters Are Already Crawling Out 
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller. (photo: Getty Images) 
Dan Rather, Dan Rather's Facebook Page 
Rather writes: "It's the first thing you learn as a new police detective, a beginning prosecutor, or a cub reporter. And it's a lesson you dare not forget. Money is often the fuse that ties the smoke to the fire." 
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It's the first thing you learn as a new police detective, a beginning prosecutor, or a cub reporter. And it's a lesson you dare not forget. Money is often the fuse that ties the smoke to the fire.
Stellar reporting from Bloomberg that the Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking at a wide expanse of President Trump and his family's business dealings is a big development and one that has, and should have, Mr. Trump feeling the heat.
The more you dig into the digits, the more you are likely to find inconsistencies or much worse, especially in a freewheeling and never scrutinized family real estate empire like Mr. Trump's.
Remember how defiantly the President has refused to release his tax returns. Remember the "red line" on just this scope of inquiry that he laid out in his interview yesterday with the New York Times. Remember all the shady associations with Russian money and his descent into - and remarkable resurrection from - bankruptcy. Remember that it was just reported that former campaign manager Paul Manafort was in debt 17 million dollars to Russian interests before he took a job with the Trump campaign. (I gave you a few extra spaces after the period to let that fact sink in).
Trump has categorically denied any collusion with Russia, or even knowledge of any of the high level conversations between his family and staff and representatives of the nation that attacked our democracy. Mr. Trump's credibility right now is not exactly rock solid, but even granting this is the case, what happens when the spotlight turns to hard evidence in dollars and cents?
When you turn over a rock, you can't put back all the critters that start crawling out.

Jared Kushner Reveals Undisclosed Meeting With Russian Ambassador 
Rebecca Ballhaus, The Wall Street Journal 
Ballhaus writes: "Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, on Monday released details of his contacts with Russian officials and businesspeople in the two years since Mr. Trump launched his presidential campaign, including a previously undisclosed, brief meeting with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. in April 2016." 
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Scott Pruitt Spent Most of His First Months at EPA at Home in Oklahoma 
Lisa Friedman, The New York Times 
Friedman writes: "Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, traveled to his home state, Oklahoma, 10 times over three months this year, largely at taxpayer expense, according to a report released Monday." 
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The Moneyman Behind the Alt-Right 
Aram Roston and Joel Anderson, Buzzfeed 
Excerpt: "The rise of the alt-right was in large part funded by one person: a secretive and aging multimillionaire named William H. Regnery II, the most influential racist you’ve never heard of." 
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Why Did Everyone Stop Asking Sebastian Gorka About Nazis? 
Addy Baird, ThinkProgress 
Baird writes: "No one was sure what exactly Gorka’s role in the White House was. At any rate, a lot of people wanted him to stop doing it, because Gorka had been linked to a Nazi-allied group in Hungary, and he was advising the president of the United States." 
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How Trump Signed a Global Death Warrant for Women 
Sarah Boseley, Guardian UK 
Boseley writes: "Six months ago, one powerful white man in the White House, watched by seven more, signed a piece of paper that will prevent millions of women around the world from deciding what they can and can’t do with their own bodies." 
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Fukushima: Robot Images Show Massive Deposits Thought to Be Melted Nuclear Fuel 
Associated Press 
Excerpt: "Images captured by an underwater robot on Saturday showed massive deposits believed to be melted nuclear fuel covering the floor of a damaged reactor at Japan’s destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant." 
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