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Roger Stone’s lawyers ridiculed for blowing up their own conspiracy theory about Mueller: ‘How far the nutbags have fallen’

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After special counsel Robert Mueller hit back against Roger Stone’s claim that his office leaked his FBI arrest to CNN, the Trump confidante responded — but his legal ground appears to be shaky.

Earlier in the day, Mueller’s team released a statement noting that they did not violate a court order when releasing a press release about his indictment. They also pushed back against Stone’s conspiracy theory alleging they tipped CNN off in advance.

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Stone’s lawyers, BuzzFeed News legal correspondent Chris Geidner wrote, are “insisting the special counsel’s office read the order wrong.”

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Bradley P. Moss, a national security lawyer, noted that not only did Stone’s lawyers admit “that there was no leak to CNN,” but also that “they don’t think DOJ had the authority to send out the press release and Complaint when it did based on the language of the sealing order.”

“Oh how far the conspiracy nutbags have fallen,” Moss added.

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The latest GOP defense of Trump crumbles in impeachment hearing

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It was a day of blockbuster day of testimony from E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland, in which Sondland — who once gave Donald Trump a million dollars for his inauguration — decided to save his own hide by ratting out not just Trump and his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, but seemingly half the senior staff of the White House.

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Indicted Giuliani associate helped Nunes arrange meetings during his overseas trips to discredit the Russia investigation

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On Thursday, The Daily Beast reported that Lev Parnas, the Rudy Giuliani associate currently under federal indictment for campaign finance violations, helped Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) arrange meetings in Europe as part of his efforts to discredit the investigation of Russian contacts within President Donald Trump's campaign.

According to congressional records, Nunes, in his capacity as then-House Intelligence Chairman, visited Europe from November 30 to December 3, of last year, during which he was accompanied by three staffers — Derek Harvey, Scott Glabe, and George Pappas — at a taxpayer expense of over $63,000.

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Rick Wilson mocks GOP as impeachment witnesses ‘obliterate’ their talking points: ‘Dumber than a sack of hair’

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On Wednesday, as the House wrapped up another day of bombshell impeachment testimony from multiple foreign service officers, former GOP strategist and Never Trump conservative Rick Wilson mocked President Donald Trump and his Republican allies, pointing out that all of their major talking points to defend the president's conduct in Ukraine have been "obliterated":

1/ Hey committee Republicans! Have you noticed every single line of defense that you've mounted this week for the president has been utterly fucking obliterated?

Is this clear to you yet?

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