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People In Trump’s Cabinet, Appointees, Administration And Inner Circle of Advisers With Murky Ties To Russia, Putin And Their Lies






















Tillerson’s ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin will be the biggest potential obstacle to his being 100% true TO America. In 2012, Putin awarded him the “Order of Friendship”—a high honor in the Kremlin, but one that will not sit well with Russia hawks in Congress.


He’s a banker. Specifically, Mnuchin is a former senior executive at Goldman Sachs and a hedge fund manager; Goldman Sachs and foreclosures. Trump criticized Hillary Clinton for the speeches she gave to Goldman Sachs, how can he turn around and pick a man who got rich there for treasury secretary? Also, Mnuchin has several murky financial ties to Russia, Putin and to Russia’s mob bosses.


FROM SESSIONS CONFIRMATION HEARING: “I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with the Russians, and I’m unable to comment on it.”

What ACTUALLY DID happen though: “…Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak approached Sessions as part of a small group of foreign dignitaries…[July 18th.] …Sept. 8. Sessions and Kislyak meet in his Senate office. The subject of the meeting isn’t clear, but one official told NBC’s Hallie Jackson that during such meetings ambassadors would “often make superficial comments about election-related news…[September 8th.]”  [NOTE: “OFTEN make superficial comments about ELECTION-RELATED NEWS…” Just how “superficial” were these comments that they made OFTEN?]

Wilbur Ross is a Democrat. He worked with Bill Clinton. He has funded Democrats. He has been on the New York Democratic Committee. He is a Democrat filled with Democrat ideas. And Trump wants him to be Secretary of Commerce. ALSO a study prepared exclusively for DCReport.org by James S. Henry reveals deep financial ties between Donald Trump’s nominee for Commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, and three Russian oligarchs, whose lives and fortunes depend on staying in the good graces of Vladimir Putin.

The list goes on and on. Included are:

Michael Flynn

Flynn, whom Trump selected as the next US national security adviser, appears to have a very favorable view of more friendly US-Russia relations.
In December 2015, Flynn traveled to Moscow and sat next to Putin at a gala for the Russian news channel RT. He believes the US and Russia should team up and work together more efficiently to fight ISIS.

Flynn did, however, express concern regarding the Edward Snowden leak and what intelligence Russia may be able to obtain from those documents.

Jack Kingston:

Former Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA) was in Moscow in December meeting with American business leaders to discuss what changes are forthcoming in the relationship between the two nations, Raw Story reported.

“Trump can look at sanctions,” Kingston told NPR during his overseas visit. “They’ve been in place long enough. Has the desired result been reached? He doesn’t have to abide by the Obama foreign policy. That gives him a fresh start.”

Kingston served as an advisor to Trump on the campaign and is currently a paid Republican commentator to CNN and in an interview with Jake Tapper, he revealed he works for a law firm that has offices in Russia but claimed he was there as a private citizen.


Steve Bannon

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon told a gathering of European conservatives in 2014 “we, the Judeo-Christian West, really have to look at what [Putin]’s talking about as far as traditionalism goes — particularly the sense of where it supports the underpinnings of nationalism,” the Washington Post reported.

That was the same year that Trump was hailed as “the American Putin” by Russian nationalist Alexander Dugin, a philosopher generally referred to as “Putin’s Rasputin” by Breitbart. Dugin’s beliefs on the evils of liberalism have been quoted by Bannon and other far-right leaders, The Chicago Tribune reported.

“The Russian ‘equivalent’ of Trump putting Bannon on his security council would be if Putin did the same with Dugin,” former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul annotated in a blog post.




Carter Page
Page, formerly named as a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, spent years in Moscow, where he was “responsible for the opening of the Merrill Lynch office and was an adviser on key transactions for Gazprom, RAO UES and others,” according to his profile on the website of his company Global Energy Capital. At a press conference Wednesday, Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said the president-elect had never met Page.


And, lastly, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, Donald Trump, himself:

In the words of former Sen. Howard Baker (R-TN), “What did the president know and when did he know it?” Baker asked that question during the 1973 Watergate hearing that investigated the cover-up that extended all the way to the office of the president.

When Trump made his first major foreign policy speech in April, Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak was seated on the front row. On the same day that Flynn was talking to the Russian ambassador, prior to the inauguration, Trump tweeted that it was a great move on Putin’s part to delay reaction to U.S. sanctions. Acting Attorney General Sally Yates reportedly told the White House counsel that Flynn gave misleading statements about what he discussed with the Russians. According to the Washington Post, Yates further warned that his lies were so egregious that Flynn opened himself up to possible Russian blackmail because Russia knew he lied to his superiors. The White House never made any corrections to their statements and the White House has not revealed what Trump knew and when he knew it.

When Trump was asked about the report aboard Air Force One on Friday, he claimed he’d not heard the reports about Flynn but would look into it. It took him a full three days to do so, while Flynn was sitting in national security briefings just hours before he resigned.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) held dozens of hearings on Benghazi under the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. But when asked if he would be investigating Flynn, Chaffetz told reporters that there was no need because “It’s taking care of itself.”



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To write ALL this off blithely as “fake news” is, to be blunt, stupid, utter folly, dangerous, and IF with intent to cover-up, treasonous.

I have been following politics closely for 43 years. I have NEVER seen so much evidence, so many witnesses confirming corruption, fraud, lies, deceit, a cover-up, and treason…EVER…and that includes Nixon, Clinton, and Obama! And yet many so-called “Conservatives” not only are turning a blind-eye and deaf-ear to ALL this, they want everyone else to follow their lead and ignore the mounting, mountain of evidence that is before us.

I will NOT be silent in the face of evil. Call this “fake news”, call me a “snow flake”, rant that I’m a “stealth Democrat”…BUT…think about all that for ONE moment.

  1. The news is coming from EVERYWHERE; MSM, Conservative sources, independent sources, all are arguing the SAME FACTS. While Trump is a pathological LIAR who has BRAGGED about lying. NOT “everyone” can be “fake news”.
  2. IF I was a “snow flake” I sure have NOT melted under the heat of scrutiny and opposition, making the charge on it’s face: FALSE.
  3. And I am certainly NOT a “stealth Democrat”, for the simple [and clear] reason I am doing all I can to expose LIBERALISM and the Democratic Party for the cabal of Treason they are.

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Once again YOU are confronted with a mounting mountain of evidence and witnesses…what will YOU DO about it?

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

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