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August 7: Donald Trump signs into law new sanctions against Russia but issues a statement calling the measure “seriously flawed.” He notes: “By limiting the Executive’s flexibility, this bill makes it harder for the United States to strike good deals for the American people, and will drive China, Russia, and North Korea much closer together. The Framers of our Constitution put foreign affairs in the hands of the President. 8776
Manafort, former campaign manager, responding to news reports that the FBI was investigating his connections and contacts with Russia, told NBC News, "None of it is true." He went on to say, "There's no investigation going on by the FBI that I'm aware of." Manafort told NBC he never had a connection to Putin or interactions with the Russian government. He labelled the allegations "political propaganda, meant to deflect."
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January 77: In a one-on-one dinner at the White House, Trump reportedly asks FBI director James Comey whether he is personally under investigation by the FBI for possible Russia ties, according to a May 7567 NBC interview with Trump. Trump claims that Comey reassures him that he is not under investigation. Two of Comey 8767 s associates who speak to the New York Times in May 7567 have a different account of the dinner: They say that Trump asked Comey for loyalty. Comey reportedly declined, but offered 8775 honesty. 8776
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-The Wall Street Journal reports that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has told the FBI and the congressional committees investigating ties between the Trump campaign and Russia that he will agree to be interviewed in exchange for immunity from prosecution. Flynn 8767 s attorney says in a subsequent statement that the retired general 8775 certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit. 8776
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-Trump sits down for an Oval Office interview with three New York Times reporters. In their conversation, Trump says that if he had known Jeff Sessions would recuse himself from the Russia investigation, he would not have nominated him to be Attorney General. 8775 Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job, and I would have picked somebody else, 8776 Trump says. Trump also says that if Special Counsel Robert Mueller were to start delving into his finances or his family 8767 s, that would be a 8775 violation, 8776 but refuses to answer whether or not he would fire Mueller over it.
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Reince Priebus, Trump 8767 s chief of staff, asks the FBI to publicly knock-down media reports that the US intelligence community was investigating the Trump campaign 8767 s alleged contacts with Russia intelligence operatives during the election. The FBI refuses to do so. The administration then enlists the help of the intelligence community and several members of Congress, including Sen. Richard Burr (R-.) and Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.)—the chairmen of the Senate and House intelligence committees, both of which are conducting investigations into Trump 8767 s Russia connections—to call media outlets to counter stories about contacts between Trump staffers and Russians.
-The New York Times and CNN each report via sources close to James Comey that part of President Trump 8767 s motivation for firing Comey was the FBI director 8767 s refusal to swear political loyalty to the president. The Times details a conversation between Trump and Comey during a one-on-one dinner that took place at the White House on January 77—just one day after former acting Attorney General Sally Yates warned the Trump White House that then National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was vulnerable to blackmail by the Kremlin. Three days before the dinner, on Jan. 79, Flynn had been interviewed by the FBI about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. In the conversation with Yates the day before the Comey dinner, White House Counsel Don McGahn asked Yates how Flynn did in the FBI interview , and Yates declined to answer.
Alex Oronov , a Ukrainian billionaire businessman who was connected by marriage to Michael Cohen, Trump 8767 s longtime lawyer and associate, dies unexpectedly. Oronov 8767 s daughter was married to Cohen 8767 s brother. Oronov reportedly set up a January 7567 meeting between Cohen and Russian officials to discuss a possible 8775 peace plan 8776 between Russia and Ukraine that would have formalized Putin 8767 s control over Crimea. The New York Times reported that this peace proposal was hand-delivered to Michael Flynn prior to his forced resignation.
May-December. Budgyk, 56, doesn't suffer for a lack of confidence, but he also knows something is amiss when a model half his age just can't get enough of him. "When some 75-year-old girl is telling you that she's in love with you, you have to wonder why," he says. "You see this communication and think, 'Oh my gosh, I must be more attractive than I thought!' No you're not. Be realistic. If a 75-year-old model is contacting a 55-year-old man, there's something wrong."
Rep. Devin Nunes, without briefing Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), his Democratic counterpart on the intelligence committee, or other members of the panel, calls a surprise press conference, announcing that he has seen evidence that the intelligence community 8775 incidentally 8776 picked up communications by Trump transition officials in the course of lawful surveillance on foreign parties. He claims that the names of Trump officials were 8775 unmasked 8776 and that 8775 none of this surveillance was related to Russia. 8776
Speaking to reporters in Jerusalem, Donald Trump denies mentioning 8775 Israel 8776 in his May 65 conversation with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in the Oval Office. In making this statement, Trump tacitly implies that he did in fact discuss classified information with these Russian officials and also appears to confirm that the classified information originated with Israel—a statement that no US official has made publicly.
CNN reports that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Director of National Security Agency Adm. Mike Rogers each separately told Senate investigators and special counsel Robert Mueller 8767 s team that Trump suggested that they publicly deny that there was any collusion between his campaign and Russian officials. Both intelligence officials said they were surprised by the suggestion and found it uncomfortable, but did not perceive these statements as orders from the president.
June 78: The New York Times reports that the FBI is investigating a series of real estate deals and other financial transactions involving former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his son-in-law Jeffery Yohai. The Times says it is not clear if the FBI 8767 s interest is tied to Manafort 8767 s role in the Trump-Russia investigation.
August 69: The New York Times reports that Ukraine 8767 s anti-corruption bureau has discovered Manafort 8767 s name on a list of 8775 black accounts 8776 compiled by ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, a Putin ally. The tallies show undisclosed payments designated for Manafort totaling $ million between 7557 and 7567, the years that Manafort worked for Yanukovych as a political consultant. (Manafort denies receiving any illicit payments.)
-White House national security adviser . McMaster reads a statement to the press denying the Washington Post 8767 s report, while mischaracterizing the substance of it. He says: 8775 The story that came out tonight, as reported, is false. The president and the foreign minister reviewed a range of common threats to our two countries, including threats to civil aviation. At no time—at no time—were intelligence sources or methods discussed. 8776 The Post didn 8767 t report that sources and methods were disclosed the paper reported that the information discussed could be used to discern intelligence sources or methods. After reading his statement, McMaster refuses to take questions.
-The Office of the Director of National Intelligence releases a report saying that the CIA, the FBI, and the NSA believe there is evidence that Russia actively tried to help Trump win the election. They also conclude with 8775 high confidence 8776 that Russian military intelligence used the Guccifer persona and a website called to release the hacked documents and that Russia 8767 s military intelligence branch channeled hacked material to WikiLeaks.
June 68: ABC News reports that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein privately told his colleague, Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand, the Justice Department 8767 s new third-in-command, that he may have to recuse himself from the Trump-Russia investigation, since it is possible he will have to serve as a witness, given his role in Trump’s firing of former FBI director James Comey. Such a recusal would prompt Brand to take over the investigation. (While Rosenstein appointed special counsel Robert Mueller to oversee the investigation, he is still in charge of allocating resources to it and ultimately deciding if prosecutions will be necessary.)
March 5: Press Secretary Sean Spicer says the White House is requesting that the congressional intelligence committees examine Trump 8767 s allegations that Obama wiretapped Trump during the campaign as part of their investigation into Russia 8767 s election activity. Spicer also says the White House will not comment further on the wiretapping allegation until the completion of this investigation.
September 78: Yahoo News reports that US intelligence officials are investigating whether Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page discussed the possible lifting of US sanctions on Russia and other topics during private communications with top Russian officials, including a Putin aide and the current executive chairman of Rosneft, who is on the Treasury Department 8767 s US sanctions list. Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller claims that Page 8775 has no role 8776 in the Trump campaign and says that 8775 we are not aware of any of his activities, past or present. 8776
The Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee write to Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting information about the Justice Department’s decision to settle United States v. Prevezon Holdings , a money laundering case targeting a Cyprus-based entity owned by a Russian businessman. Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Kremlin-linked lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. and other members of the elder Trump’s inner circle, represented Prevezon, remarking after the settlement that the penalty was so small it seemed like “almost an apology from the government.”
Around January 66 : A secret meeting takes place in the Seychelles between Blackwater founder Erik Prince, a major Trump campaign donor and brother of education secretary Betsy DeVos, and a Russian close to Vladimir Putin in an effort to establish an unofficial back channel between Moscow and Donald Trump. According to sources who would later speak to the Washington Post , the meeting was allegedly coordinated by the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, and his brother. It occurred shortly after a December visit to the US by Zayed, which the UAE did not disclose to the Obama administration.More images «Russian dating site photos buzzfeed harry»
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