Lawmakers agree on $1T plan government-wide funding bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional Republicans and Democrats have reached agreement on a huge $1 trillion-plus spending bill that would fund most government operations through September, but denies President Donald Trump money for a southern border wall and rejects his proposed cuts to popular domestic programs. Aides to lawmakers involved in the talks disclosed the agreement Sunday night after weeks of negotiations. The measure, which is … Continue reading Lawmakers agree on $1T plan government-wide funding bill

‘Flynn’s resignation victory for mainstream media & Democrats’ – ex-Pentagon official to RT

The surprise resignation of President Trump’s national security advisor, Michael Flynn, was a victory for the US mainstream media and Democrats, who were complicit in the general’s departure from the White House, a former Pentagon’s analyst told RT. “It’s a very unfortunate development. He probably was asked to resign rather than fired,” Michael Maloof, a former senior security policy analyst for the US Secretary of … Continue reading ‘Flynn’s resignation victory for mainstream media & Democrats’ – ex-Pentagon official to RT

Donald Trump had ‘full confidence’ in Mike Flynn – hours later he was gone

Two US officials leaking to a media outlet that’s butt hurt about not being a “friendly” outlet. Internal Gov’t and MSM coup collusion as hinted at in this CNN article? “Two US officials had told the Post that Flynn had led the Russian ambassador to believe the sanctions would be reevaluated once Trump entered the White House.” “The questions continued to build over the weekend … Continue reading Donald Trump had ‘full confidence’ in Mike Flynn – hours later he was gone

How Sally Yates May Have Gotten The Ball Rolling On Michael Flynn’s Resignation

Interesting that this is what Huff Post would choose to point out. Internal Gov’t and MSM coup collusion? By: Nick Visser Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s embattled national security adviser, resigned late Monday after coming under fire for privately discussing U.S. sanctions against Russia before the presidential inauguration. The revelation, first reported by The Washington Post on Thursday, drew widespread criticism, but Flynn’s fall may have started … Continue reading How Sally Yates May Have Gotten The Ball Rolling On Michael Flynn’s Resignation

The Kremlin Is Starting to Worry About Trump

By: IVAN KRASTEV, STEPHEN HOLMES Vladimir Putin’s entourage cheered the outcome of the U.S. election – until they saw exactly what they were dealing with. In 2016, a senior Russian official explained to a group of visiting foreigners why the government had decided not to celebrate the upcoming 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. Yes, it was a turning point in Russian history, he argued, and, yes, … Continue reading The Kremlin Is Starting to Worry About Trump