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‘Rudy Giuliani’s colleague Parnas proving the whole impeachment case’: Shocked internet responds to new document dump

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The House Intelligence Committee is releasing new documents that were given to them from Rudy Giuliani’s associate Lev Parnas, who indicted late last year.

One note, scribbled on Ritz-Carlton paper appears to be reminders for how to proceed on the conspiracy involving President Donald Trump’s bribe to Ukraine.

One page of the notes specifically reminds to “do my magic,” which was among the many things questioned by those reading the news about it.

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“If you have to write a note to self saying “do my magic,” maybe you need to rethink things,” said Bloomberg reporter Ryan Beckwith.

You can see other responses and more new information below:

https://twitter.com/Amy_Siskind/status/1217215642476142592

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‘Idols of white supremacy and racism’: Robert Lee IV says take down the statues of Robert E. Lee

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