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michael isikoff has a book coming on this very subject next month and i wonder if he's going to have to do you would do if somebody were president and i'm doing a thing here if you wrote a number of books on russia on the middle east you know just read his stories on russia and the media is he's an extremely unobjective journalist but i just loved what. so far so warrant mentioned information on george papadopoulos which one papadopoulos told an australian diplomat in a long time more that the mounties prefers connected to russia really in russia he said during the clinton well even start in secret police would not accept it you know like you would talk to someone in the london bar who works for a long time quit reportedly in connection to the really bad script elements but if you're gentlemen we're going to go to a short break and after that short break we'll continue our discussion on the mental state with our team.
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when the polluted seats of ifas concentration camp prisoners and frontline soldiers pushed your first baby in the earth it's good to go from here with corruption you got a much wider issue for the government because you're bursting with it you're in for the one for yourself forward to get out of with you if you think that the area we're going to go with. the variations your personal quest for personal personal enthusiasm will overwhelm you know when you're out there still more simply be there in your work so workers here we are in the world free of rising tide can we. be everybody i'm stephen bob. taft hollywood guy you know suspects every proud american first of all i'm just george washington and r.v. to suggest this is my buddy max famous financial guru and well just
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a little bit different i've got a point and i know i know and know that up with all the drama happening in our country i'm shooting the good have some fun every day americans not at all a clip from the start to bridge that gap this is the great american people. it was making. me feel. some. kind of. welcome back to cross talk where all things considered i'm peter lavelle to remind you we're discussing the memo.
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for a gentleman to continue with the memo but i want to change. a different path here and watching him. c.n.n. there absolutely giving complete cover. i saw one segment with wolf blitzer talking i think it was to a. congressman and he kept talking about his his issue was well why didn't you release it the same time because the democrats are going to have one and finally the congressman was quite polite he said well can we talk about the contents of the memo instead of the timing of a memo we don't know much about because it hasn't been completely written ok this is the tactic again nothing to see move along but they're giving cover to would like i gave the new york times title right here if they don't want to talk about it a lot of people are talking about it it has amazing implications here the the real potential criminality and there is actual not just misuse of authority here questions but there is
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a potential criminality in if there was false presentation of evidence to the pfizer the secret courts when the f.b.i. investigation was requesting wiretaps on quarter page that's the potential for criminality but it has to be said of course the democrats the neo cons are completely denying they say that things are being taken out of context now they put forward kind of a rebuttal memo headed by adam schiff that's been blocked by the trunk ministration that should not be blocked let's let's have all of this out in the open so innocent just like the g.o.p.'s memo it was scout order and it was checked ok the democrats . and done their homework it should be put made public as i think it would be it all of the underlying evidence which is clearly not any threat to national security as as as indicated in this memo all the underlying evidence should be unclassified
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and made public and this is where the hypocrisy of the republicans comes in because they just two weeks ago rod know the same flies apart from that mark you know in a democrat republican right that given there was no no discussion there was another should know that they have these powers to trump that the democrats say you know is a tire and to put that you know. sort of the republicans meanwhile are talking about the deep state you know of course is also a threat but they don't have a problem renewing the powers either so there's a bit of hypocrisy on both sides here all the evidence needs to be made available to the public you know. what about the mohler investigation i mean if this is ten percent of the underline in this is according to the g.o.p. let's be fair. what does the rush investigation have two legs to stand on. and those who put him in that place where he is right now are they upset the
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elected president of the united states and they're going to try to do their best to go as he was us and to reach their goal despite all of the obstacles paddy wagon to pick up a lot of people and is it from the fourth floor of the f.b.i. i mean there's a lot of people involved anybody who i mean one of the reason i'm asking this is that given the media cover that the state is being given here i mean this is a growing confrontation we have documentation people under oath in front of congress during interviews have lived ok and it can't stop right there we you know. he is still sitting in his office right now yes if one has to wonder what he's doing in the interest of the f.b.i. another single director of that agency now a single director of the cia or the n.s.a. ever went to prison it's not because they were abused or it's not because they
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never committed crimes according to the american constitution american criminal code but it's because the power of the exercise in the american society in the american political order is so overwhelming that they're essentially above the law it's been revealed time we've seen behind the curtain you know this is a growing crisis here because you know there's enough evidence here to put a lot of doubt in this in the let's be clear here i don't want to repeat the same mantra that i keep all the good people at the f.b.i. have nothing more to say there because i don't know ok. so there is there all the studies show that you know the interesting thing here this is really again we started out mark you know at the end of the obama administration changing all of those regulations about having access to classified information unmasking and what not i mean this is falling solely on the administration the just left office ok the old obama administration to all these people who were talking about his appointees
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ok this is coming to a head right here what i may do differ and with victor here i think this is an opportunity for trump that i necessarily like him very much but this would be an opportunity for him to clean house and he may have justification because. you know i mean look what of course they're terrified of what that what you've done. writes about it they're not afraid that people were actually under all their afraid there was none trump may let's show it when it mixolydian four or to the justice department and the f.b.i. well actually now and you know what you make it very clear here you know some something. you know. all the media does is to cast this unbelievable shadow around the president the united states the president the united states could buy or anybody he wants in the executive branch and he doesn't need a reason he can do it you have one of them here and they need to it has been trying
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to deal with that in my. station they can't been doing it every day every hour and every minute of their coverage and they're going to continue doing it until they believe that the given each their goal but of course even. in the last few days and the myth that there's a constitutional crisis is possible in the near future in the united states because of the situation developing now because it's being as you said correctly it's a train wreck i don't know what we have right here you know what it is but we don't we know and what we said who was it who said it it was a clapper you know there's six ways to sunday to get you ok i mean this those are that's a threat here and so we have and we d.o.j. and the f.b.i. absolutely have resources to defend themselves but you know they're defending themselves against the constitution this is the crisis that i'm talking well of course they see themselves performing it. i mean that's peter struck all those messages to his girlfriend yes perino ok so the f.b.i.
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whose officials perjured themselves to the pfizer court in order to. get a warrant or approved then are charging. quarter page papadopoulos with lying about things that actually weren't criminal to begin with but i think there's two details on these documents that really struck out at me they're not pivotal towards criminality but they speak to a wider conspiracy one is bruce or is wife he is working in the attorney general of the money he should with she works for fusing g.p.s. and she works specifically on the line to getting this done. dossier this tabloid sheet presented to the f.b.i. and she continued contacts even after all of this nonsense was over with similarly andrew mckay whose whose name is signatory on all these files documents he is
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a former f.b.i. assistant director who just resigned when all of this came out in the last couple of weeks his wife ran for office region your state senate as a democrat getting seven hundred thousand dollars now lies this is all of course it's ridiculous conflicts of nothing to see that. it does speak to a wider conspiracy. like the comment from the new york times about all of this the republican assertion that investigative smike of a lot about mr steele is potentially problematic but this is nothing compared to a constitutional crisis that may be unleashed by the white house if it decides to fire your or now it seems unlikely deputy attorney general holder was in super gentle so when speaking to the f.b.i. with a lawyer it was and wasn't recorded it is what the memory of the. interrogators
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the york times would never call that problematical he was a great day anyway so he would have to be caught a little you want to sit on it as if you were for example accused of grand larceny you were that into an interrogation and then to investigate there would find out you can't nothing to do with that but in the course of your interview you would see the plant see last period of the you went to the supermarket to buy milk in the chapter a check from the supermarket and said you bought orange juice so you lied on that also yes in the grand jury oh. well i mean i will show right there against this new news report that they cherry picked facts right the fact that our bar much in late two thousand and sixteen promised g seven leaders that try. what will become the president of the united states this elephant is the room in the room is never mentioned right the fact that ninety five percent of the mainstream media support that hillary clinton is now one of the things that we need to find in the rest of the ninety percent here is the the importance of these fines to warrants are of
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such a level of importance that one has to assume that the president of the united states was aware during his briefings in the morning i think we're going to find out if he was aware of this here on the on the back end of what you were just saying that. my prize of the week goes to john mccain john mccain it out of the most desperate of all the desperate attempts to try to wash over this to try to discredit the memo he said there's only one person that benefits from this memo and we can say it in unison a lot of their proved to you when you were in the prize of the week. those are probably going to be the last words that john mccain goes. away from one hundred you can and speaking of the american service if i think some the whole thing up very well this is from the american conservative former us presidential candidate patrick buchanan trump haters in the press may be terrified that the memo may
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credibly demonstrate that the poor balls were right that the elite media have been had that they were exploited and used by the deep state that they let their detestation of trump so blind to reality that they've made fools of themselves and they credited with high don't belittle a major conspiracy to overthrow an elected president of united and despite all that came on to the last few days that deep state and private miller and others they will not stop they will attempt to go on they will try to go on and accomplish their goal of removing to the left of the american president it's not going to be pretty it's going to be even if we don't like a listen. so dangerous time to be living in i have you with this situation. i think that steve and in general you know this new bill i do or would you which is really doing it to states if trump approves of the new clip if he moves towards
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a nuclear war if he is going to i'm going to jump in they're going to do when they're driven out of time many thanks and i guess here in moscow and thanks to our viewers for watching us here on t.v. this is the end of our broadcast segment stay with us for the extended version on our you tube channel see you next time and remember. the best out of. the concerts was playing to perform i actually passed by myself today. sorry. as most of. you know homo stuff i'm. sure.
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party looks at the devastation and suffering in the iraqi city of mosul seven months after it was liberated from islamic states grossly rotten i challenge any member of parliament to live in the conditions we're currently living in i bet they are even afraid of entering. the infamous trump dossier describing alleged collusion with russia hits the headlines again a senior republicans accuse the clintons of feeding information to the former spy who wrote the report. and russian loans the loss of a pilot who was shot down over syria's into the province on saturday and died fighting islamist militants on the ground.
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video appears online apparently showing the russian pilot surrounded by extremists just before he blew himself up to avoid capture. and you're watching our international coming to you live from moscow thank you for joining us. there on the city of mosul was liberated from islamic states last july but it remains in ruins with countless bodies under the rubble ati's video agency ruptly has been capturing images of the city and you might find the following footage distressing. how many bodies have you removed since you started working in this area approximately five hundred are there any more yes in houses and all their odds.
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are i don't i challenge any member of parliament to live in the conditions we're currently living in here i bet they are even afraid of entering this area they have no idea how horrible the smell is or how critical the medical situation is. we haven't received any kind of a sense. on one occasion i didn't receive a small box of. bombs nothing. r.t. senior correspondent what i guess they have witnessed the operation to liberate mosul and its aftermath he shared his experiences in the studio. seven months since the battle of mosul ended they're still digging up people's bodies and i was there when these bodies had just begun to rot and i don't the gull ever forget it was the
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smell it was beyond sickening beyond north you know there were areas entire districts in mosul where you could hardly breathe properly the real heroes the people doing the digging the people the rescuers that are sifting through all this all this wreckage and pulling out these bodies there's so desensitized you can see they're not even wearing breathing mask to even even rags but then again the pennies to do this hard work because obviously jobs are scarce in mosul as are standing buildings and you just described the traumatic in her endless experience. and you've outlined lots of difficulties but were there any other problems that were highlighted when you with that well there is still a huge problem and that is unexploded bombs shells mines isis booby trap
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suicide vests and all of those are still are still all over mosul and when kids are playing for example on wrecked buildings or when rescuers are digging out a body when homeowners come back to their destroyed houses trying to salvage what they can that's when those bombs go off and rescuers tell us every day they get several more new victims of well the battle of the battle of mosul but we were there from the very beginning from when those u.s. led coalition jets bombed isis in in mosul day and night then when it was safer we got a little closer to see what those explosions really caused the price of the liberation of mosul.
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oh. civilian casualties are a fact of life in this sort of situation and. do you agree that some of the the high level of i think ridiculous standard that we had previously is now created this. behavior by isis that they now realize that they take human shields are going to avoid being struck and that actually this is adding to the problem congresswoman i do believe they understand our sensitivity to civilian casualties and they're exploiting man and i do agree that as we move into these urban environments it is him become more and more difficult to apply extraordinarily high standards for the things we're doing although we will try.
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out. the neighboring street all but destroyed the streets across. the street over there at the same story wherever you look. first look how close the body scary because of the all this trouble and no one knows how long it will take to get rid of. let me show you west mosul now a waste. the city for all intents and purposes has been erased and there's little or nothing left so it's no surprise people don't want to return they would rather
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live in tents on one issue i was really excited to return to my home and see it now when i see it in this state i wish i'd never come back but this was iraq's second largest city founded thousands of years ago and it's been a pillar of religion architecture and culture ever since its reconstruction will never be the same if it even happens and its population will be massively diminished official sources the iraqis in the us have all vastly understated the sheer volume of civilians suffering and death a thousand they said investigative journalists put the figure around ten thousand senior health chief in mosul who didn't want to be filmed told us the number is much higher. this book alone contains the names of seven thousand dead
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victims i have four or five of these every day we got two or three more bodies victims of new explosions it will take tens of billions of dollars to rebuild mosul alone and there is a more pressing issue to deal with first the bodies the iraqis hoped the u.s. led coalition would help resurrect mosul since its bombing campaign created much of this destruction the americans in turn bluntly said no we freed you will spend two hundred odd million dollars fixing the pipes but aside from that you are on your own as a college and we are not in the business of nation building or reconstruction we must ensure that our respective nations precious and limited resources are devoted to preventing the resurgence of isis and equipping the warring torn communities to take the lead in rebuilding their institutions and returning to stability and the civilians in mosul the desperate and hopeless few that have returned have nothing
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she's never hungry are scared of you know she wrote the song i'm not a citizen martin what else is there to do and most of the seven percent is still a dollar hollow questions like did you feel that if you have a place that gives you. some further revelations have emerged on the so-called trunk dosia which describes alleged links between donald trump's campaign team and russia these relate to the also of the document former m i five agent christopher steele from way he obtained his information r.t. samir khan reports from washington. mr steele's memorandum states that the report was information that came from a foreign subsume who is in touch with a friend of the clintons it is troubling enough that the clinton campaign funded mr steele's work but that these clinton associates contemporaneously feeding mr steele
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allegations raises additional concerns about his credibility well according to a newly released document clinton associates were feeding information to christopher steele while he was compiling to trump russia dos here and what is the document exactly well it's a heavily redacted version of the criminal referral against steele that was filed by republican senators chuck grassley and lindsey graham interesting lee enough it exposes coronation between the clinton campaign and the obama administration with the intention of damaging trump and in the document it says it appears that either steal lied or the classified documents contained materially false documents but going back to friday's memo it states that steele's dossier is full of unverified claims about trump supposedly to russia but most importantly the memo asserts that the f.b.i. didn't reveal the origins of the document and of course both the f.b.i. and the democratic party have claimed that the memo is incomplete and misleading however some legal experts have also said that the f.b.i. was actually under no oblon.


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