Saying Trump's crime is that he lied about knowing Sater is like saying Joseph "The Barber" Barbara got into trouble because he lied about the reason he held a little meeting with his buddies one fall day in Apalachin, NY. You and I don't get into that kind of trouble because we don't hang with mafia. We don't deny we know people like Sater because we don't associate with that kind of person; we aren't hanging with Mafioso. We don't hang with Mafioso; we don't do business with. But Trump does. And that is why he lied. And that is why his lie is important. Don't be so disingenuous please. It's sickening!
Trump's crime is that he lied about knowing Sater because he had done business with Sater and knew Sater was using dirty money and working as an intermediary between US and Putin associates. And US law requires US residents to know the source of the money they use; they are responsible even if they did not know for sure it was dirty money. Trump lied because he knows Sater well and has done business deals with him knowingly involving dirty money. And Sater's been singing since September.
Those are some fancy allegations you've made there. Care to back them up?Because the Wikipedia page on Felix Sater is...let's say more nuanced, right down to his deal with Loretta Lynch.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Sater
If we just say "nothingburger" 73 more times, and "Fake News" another 96, Trump and his team get off the hook. We're so, so close... DON'T GIVE UP NOW!
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From a new Gallup-Knight Foundation survey:Four in 10 [or 42 percent of] Republicans consider accurate news stories that cast a politician or political group in a negative light to always be “fake news.” [The corresponding figure for Democrats is 17 percent.]42% of 58 million registered Republicans = Over 24 Million Nothingburgers Sold
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