Thursday, October 26, 2017
Similarities between RNC-sponsored data farm and Russian Facebook ads seems too close to be coincidence
While on Team 🇷🇺 Trump, CIA Dir Woolsey pitched $10 million contract to same Turkish group that paid Misha🇷🇺 Flynn
Story: Trump commerce secretary says US won't offer Canada and Mexico "anything" in return for NAFTA concessions
Interpol sent warning to all member states that Interpol channels cannot be used by Russia in my case going forward — Bill Browde
BOOM. Nice work @INTERPOL_HQ! The system to catch fugitives shouldn’t be used by mafia states to harass opponents. https://t.co/0zPYt91aM4— Counterchekist (@counterchekist) October 26, 2017
BREAKING (2): Interpol sent warning to all member states that Interpol channels cannot be used by Russia in my case going forward— Bill Browder (@Billbrowder) October 26, 2017
While Putin is melting down over the passage of the Canadian Magnitsky Act, Lithuania is moving quickly towards passing one of their own
Fox host busts Sarah Sanders after she says Russia probe ending: ‘No one at DOJ told you it’s wrapping up’
Donald Trump decided not to deport fugitive accused of rape 'after learning he is a Mar-a-Lago member'
Rubio on CNN: “I call it a moment of realignment for political parties.”— Mr. Smith (@GuardianRover) October 26, 2017
A Dem pollster told me the GOP is basically divided between the Rubio/Kasich wing (tradical conservative) & the Trump/Cruz wing (blow it up)— Mr. Smith (@GuardianRover) October 26, 2017
Trump camp downplays its ties to Cambridge Analytica—but FEC data shows Team Trump paid the group $5,900,000.
JUST IN: Twitter bans ads on RT and Sputnik, saying they "attempted to interfere with the election on behalf of the Russian government"
Las Vegas victims targeted by death threats after surviving massacre: ‘I hope someone truly shoots you’
"Top Senate Republicans are pledging to find out if the WH is intentionally delaying new sanctions on Moscow"
RT's Simonyan denies direct line of communication w/ Kremlin, but doesn't hesitate to guarantee retaliation on behalf of Russian Federation.
Republicans are desperately pretending they didn't fund Trump-Russia Steele dossier before Hillary Clinton
So weird to have the American President openly congratulating dictators on consolidating even more power. Which he also did with Erdogan.
So weird to have the American President openly congratulating dictators on consolidating even more power. Which he also did with Erdogan. https://t.co/HyQEiI8mOI— Elliott Lusztig (@ezlusztig) October 25, 2017
Spoke to President Xi of China to congratulate him on his extraordinary elevation. Also discussed NoKo & trade, two very important subjects!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 25, 2017
UK lawmaker blasts Cyprus for not investigating Russian money laundering while assisting Russia in persecuting me — Bill Browder
Pres. Trump is poised to deliver a major speech on fighting the opioid epidemic -- but it could be controversial
Imagine that. Donny isolates us from Qatar in favor of Saudi Arabia, then Putin steps in.— SnowKnuckles (@snowknuckles) October 26, 2017
cc: @20committee https://t.co/KbdL5gYSAi
Qatar, Russia sign agreements on air defense, supplies https://t.co/KVoRlQMLNk pic.twitter.com/rktHakfps0— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) October 26, 2017
Per pool earlier, as Trump left his TX fundraiser: "Protesters chanted 'not my president!' over and over...Later it was 'Go home Cheeto.'"
Per pool earlier, as Trump left his TX fundraiser: "Protesters chanted 'not my president!' over and over...Later it was 'Go home Cheeto.'"— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 26, 2017
Lawmakers are concerned over the regulatory changes that the acting Comptroller of the Currency is enacting
Trump-chosen Puerto Rico contractor behaving in Trumpian ways https://t.co/6qM3UPS5qE— David Frum (@davidfrum) October 26, 2017
We’ve got 44 linemen rebuilding power lines in your city & 40 more men just arrived. Do you want us to send them back or keep working?— Whitefish Energy (@WhitefishEnergy) October 25, 2017
The use of American companies to push Russian propaganda goes beyond social media sites like Facebook
Mark Halperin apologizes for what he terms "inappropriate" behavior after 5 women claimed he sexually harassed them
About to go onto @foxandfriends to talk about Sergei Magnitsky’s murder and Putin’s fury about Magnitsky sanctions
Rep. David Scott wants to subpoena Equifax to "get their lazy asses in here" to answer for their #Equifax breach
Senate Judiciary Committee escalates Russia probe, digs into finances of nearly 40 individuals and businesses
I really feel for poor "demoralized" folks at @WhitefishEnergy... I mean, they "came here to help" for a paltry $6,376 per worker per day
NEW: Reddit shuts down alt-right forums after @thedailybeast exposé on prominent poster who murdered his father
CNN has 14 pro-Trump pundits on the payroll, they made made more than 500 appearances in the last three months
Lawrence O'Donnell talks to foreign policy expert and former Republican Max Boot about the GOP reaction to Bob Corker and Jeff Flake's public comments about Donald Trump and the obligation of Republicans who think Trump is unfit to "impeach and remove him."
Rachel Maddow reports on a frustrating run-around in trying to get answers to questions about the spread of the bacterial infection leptospirosis from lack of clean drinking water in Puerto Rico.
Philip Shenon, former New York Times reporter, talks with Rachel Maddow about what is expected from a release of JFK assassination documents from the National Archives.
Rachel Maddow describes the effort by historians to restore missing pages of notes from Nixon chief of staff H.R. Haldeman for clues about the missing 18 minutes in an key Watergate tape.
Senator Richard Blumenthal talks with Rachel Maddow about the unprecedented nature of Donald Trump interviewing potential U.S. attorneys and what partisan divisions within the Judiciary Committee mean for the Trump Russia investigation.
Rachel Maddow reports on how congressional committees are splitting along partisan lines in the Trump Russia investigation even as new revelations show Donald Trump's behavior warrants a closer look by committees like the Senate Judiciary.