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August 28, 2017 01:15 PM UTC

Drip, Drip, Drippety Drip

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  • by: Colorado Pols

As the Washington Post reports today, there’s more bad news for supporters of President Trump regarding investigations into potential collusion/collaboration with Russia in 2016:

A top executive from Donald Trump’s real estate company emailed Vladi­mir Putin’s personal spokesman during the U.S. presidential campaign last year to ask for help advancing a stalled Trump Tower development project in Moscow, according to documents submitted to Congress Monday.

Michael Cohen, a Trump attorney and executive vice president for the Trump Organization, sent the email in January 2016 to Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin’s top press aide…

…Cohen’s email marks the most direct interaction yet documented of a top Trump aide and a similarly senior member of Putin’s government.

The email shows the Trump business official directly seeking Kremlin assistance in advancing Trump’s business interests, in the same months when Trump was distinguishing himself on the campaign trail with his warm rhetoric about Putin.

Cohen is a longtime Trump friend and confidant who didn’t have a “formal” role during Trump’s 2016 campaign but was often seen and heard in the media as a Trump surrogate.

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    1. I'll repeat that I hope Trump hangs on until 2020. I don't relish the prospect of Mad Mike Pence; the anti-abortion, anti-contraception, anti-gay, anti-women rights unless they are only "traditional" roles, jihadist; taking over.

      1. Agreed — I prefer the current paralysis among the various Republican camps than them finally getting all the wood behind the arrowhead to pass their ruthlessly malevolent agenda.

        But it just seems Trump can't help himself.  

        We'd need to gain control of one or both houses of Congress to stop Pence if he manages to get the Oval.

    1. You mean, besides telling us how much it likes that photograph?? . . . 

      . . . Can you think of anyone on this planet, besides Fluffnutz and CheetoReetoDonald himself, who imagines our doughy doucheball (. . . or, is it douchy doughball . . .) President looks anything like that?!?

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