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‘It’s absurd to think the FBI is a den of lefty liberals’: CNN’s Camerota shuts down ex-Trump adviser’s FBI smears

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A former adviser to President Donald Trump saw his talking points about anti-Trump bias at the FBI shot down by CNN’s Alisyn Camerota who had to remind him that special counsel Robert Mueller made changes in personnel investigating the president months ago.

Appearing on New Day on Tuesday morning, ex-Trump adviser Michael Caputo stated that he doesn’t think that Trump will fire Mueller and the president has successfully cast doubt on the whole investigation.

“President Trump is taking aim at top officials in the FBI in a series of tweets over the holiday weekend and the president and Republicans argue the FBI is politically biassed. Is this the strategy of the Trump administration now?” the CNN host asked Caputo.

“I said all along the president is not going to fire Mueller, and I think the president is taking it upon himself — I think successfully — pointing out the very obvious bias that some members of the investigation and former members of the investigation you have,” Caputo offered.

“The former members– when you say Robert Mueller has to get control of it, hasn’t he?” Camerota pressed. “He reassigned the folks. He saw a tweet that seemed to be anti-Trump and reassigned them and got them off the investigation.”

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“Right, text messages, between two members that were having an affair,” Caputo responded. “And then you have a senior member of the investigation sending similar e-mails to Sally Yates, the former member of the Department of Justice and attending Hillary Clinton’s victory party, you know,” before adding that the investigation should only continue if there is proof that there is no more “bias” in the agency.

“Listen, Michael,” the CNN hoist interrupted. “It’s just absurd on its face to think that the FBI is a den of lefty liberals. It just doesn’t hold water.”

“As you know, the people leading the investigation are Republicans and the FBI is a crime-fighting organization where I think, if you did a poll, most people would say they were Republicans,” Camerota continued. “It’s just not the lefty organization the president is painting it as.”

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Caputo and Camerota later battled over Trump’s tweets attacking the FBI, with the ex-White House adviser saying Trump was make the American public feel better that the investigation is not being tainted by bias, and Camerota firing back stating Trump is trying to to intimidate witnesses and attacking FBI personnel on a personal level.

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American Billionaires’ ties to Moscow go back decades

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Sleazy American businessmen who make deals with corrupt Russians with shadowy connections to intelligence agents or powerful politicians did not spring up de novo in the twentieth-first century.  As far back as 1919, Armand Hammer, the future head of Occidental Petroleum, met with Vladimir Lenin and agreed to a truly corrupt arrangement which enabled his family to obtain a lucrative business concession in the Soviet Union in return for financing illegal communist operations in Europe and the fledgling American Communist Party.

 

In the 1970s, Hammer introduced another American businessman to his friends in Moscow.  Although David Karr, the former CEO of Fairbanks Whitney, never became a household name like his sponsor, he made millions of dollars doing business with the USSR, while providing the KGB with an entrée into the American political world. While less financially successful than Hammer, Karr, the subject of my new biography, The Millionaire Was a Soviet More: The Twisted Life of David Karr, lived an even more adventurous life, ricocheting from young Communist to government bureaucrat, from newsman to public relations man, from proxy fighter to international businessman, from Hollywood mogul to the hotel business, and finally to a KGB informant.  When he died in Paris in 1979 at the age of 60, his Machiavellian past and his myriad of enemies inspired speculation in the French press that he had been murdered by the KGB, CIA, Israeli Mossad, or the Mafia.  Remarkably, there were scenarios- not all plausible- that could finger any one of that unlikely quartet as his killer.

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NYT’s Friedman torches Trump in epic rant: ‘Every one of us can trace our roots to sh*thole countries’

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Thomas Friedman dropped an epic rant against President Donald Trump's racist attacks on Democratic lawmakers.

The New York Times columnist quoted the president's profane insults against majority-black countries as he blasted Trump for demanding four first-year congresswomen of color return to their home countries, although only one of them was born outside the United States.

"The president isn't talking just about or to these four congresswomen, he's talking about us," Friedman said. "He's talking about we. He's talking about every Irish-American whose grandparents fled the potato famine. He's talking about every Italian-American whose grandparents or great-grandparents fled the depression. He's talking about every Muslim-American whose parents or grandparents fled the disorder of Lebanon or Libya or Iraq. He's talking about every black American whose great-great-grandparents were forced to come here in slavery or fled disorder in Africa. He's talking about every Latin-American whose family came mere from Venezuela or Mexico. He's talking about we and us -- every one of us."

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CNN conservative destroys GOPers who are silent on Trump’s racists tweets: Only ‘misfits and the dregs’ will defend him

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During a CNN panel discussion on Donald Trump racists tweets attacking Democratic lawmakers who are not white and telling them to go back where they came from, conservative contributor Amanda Carpenter unleashed a scathing attack on GOP lawmakers who are standing by and remaining silent.

Speaking with hosts John Berman and Alisyn Camerota, the former aide to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) called on members of her party to "get off their butts" for once and call out the president.

"I think that when Trump posts these controversial things, he's posing more loyalty tests to his troops: 'Who's going to go out and defend me?'" she began. "He likes to see who says good things about him on television."

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