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Alleged ‘pee tape’ incident was not the only Trump ‘sex party’ in Russia investigated by Christopher Steele: report

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Former British spy Christopher Steele investigated multiple alleged sex parties involving Donald Trump that took place in Russia.

His salacious dossier included the allegation that Trump had hired “a number of prostitutes to perform a ‘gold showers’show in front of him” in the presidential suite of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow.

But that was not the only “sex party” involving Trump that was investigated.

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“The 476-page Inspector General’s report on the Russia probe contains additional salacious information that ex British intelligence officer Christopher Steele obtained from his Russian source network – some of which never made it to the FBI,” the Daily Mail reported Monday. “The IG cites four Steele reports including ‘select highlights’ that Steele ‘did not furnish’ to the FBI.”

The British newspaper reported, “The IG includes another claim: “‘Report 113 (sources based in St. Petersburg reported that Trump has paid bribes and engaged in sexual activities in St. Petersburg, including participating in sex parties, but that witnesses had been ‘silenced,’ i.e., bribed or coerced to disappear).'”


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Adam Schiff calls out Trump lawyers for making two opposite and competing arguments about impeachment witnesses

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Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) nailed the White House using two conflicting excuses to try and block the president from any accountability.

During the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, the GOP argument was that the Democrats should have gone to court to get the witnesses they wanted. But when Democrats went to court, in the case of White House counsel Don McGahn, the White House argued they didn't have standing.

Schiff said that the GOP argument is that "the House should have taken the year or two years that it would have taken to force John Bolton to testify. They should have forced him to testify. I want you to hear what Donald Trump's lawyers in the Justice Department are saying not in the Senate, but before the court of appeals, on this subject."

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Sekulow cons Senate: John Bolton’s ‘unsourced’ firsthand account of Ukraine scandal is ‘inadmissible’

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An attorney for President Donald Trump argued on Tuesday that an unpublished portion of former National Security Adviser John Bolton's new book can not be considered in the president's impeachment trial.

“You cannot impeach a president on an unsourced allegation,” attorney Jay Sekulow told senators, referring to published accounts of Bolton's book.

"I don't know what you'd call that. I'd call it inadmissible, but that's what it is," he added.

Bolton's book reportedly makes the case that Trump sought a quid pro quo from Ukraine in order to get help with the 2020 U.S. election.

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‘Our country is counting on you’: Daughter of Republican Nixon prosecutor calls out GOP

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Former Rep. Tom Railsback (R-IL) was the House member who brought together Republicans and Democrats for the "fragile bipartisan coalition" who intended to impeach former President Richard Nixon.

Just eight days ago, Railsback passed away, and while his daughter Kathryn works through her grief, she authored an editorial in the Washington Post calling on Republicans to listen to their better angels.

"As a young Republican representative from Illinois, Dad took his responsibilities as a legislator and a lawyer seriously. He believed in fairness and in upholding the rule of law," she remembered.

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