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    Default The Coffee boy Had beers with the Australian ambassador.

    So the NYT is reporting that the FBI Russia Collusion investigation was started by Papadopoulos conversation with the Australian Ambassador to Great Britain. How many coffee boys do that... .and it was not the Dossier after all...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarod View Post
    So the NYT is reporting that the FBI Russia Collusion investigation was started by Papadopoulos conversation with the Australian Ambassador to Great Britain. How many coffee boys do that... .and it was not the Dossier after all...
    Drunk ones. And no one is going to out drink an Australian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarod View Post
    So the NYT is reporting that the FBI Russia Collusion investigation was started by Papadopoulos conversation with the Australian Ambassador to Great Britain. How many coffee boys do that... .and it was not the Dossier after all...
    Trump campaign official illicitly seeking the assistance of Russian intelligence services in winning an American election?

    Who could have ever predicted?

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    I thought he was only hiring the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by katzgar View Post
    I thought he was only hiring the best
    Ha!

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    Get me some coffee and a full scale FBI investigation!

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    https://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/23/u...-advisers.html


    on Monday when, in an interview with The Washington Post editorial board, he shared the names of five advisers who signed up to be on his team: Joseph E. Schmitz, Gen. Keith Kellogg, Carter Page, George Papadopoulos and Walid Phares.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walid_..._Controversies



    Association with Lebanese militant groups[edit]
    Phares has drawn controversy over his association with Lebanese militant groups in the 1980s during the Lebanese Civil War.[27][28][14][29][30] According to the Washington Post, Phares "was a political adviser to Lebanese militants during their war against Muslim factions during the 1980s".[31] Phares has said that he was only involved with the militants in a political capacity and that he has not been directly implicated in any acts of violence.[14][29]
    Abed Ayoub, the national legal and policy director for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, criticizes Phares saying: "If you look at his history, he was a warmonger and he shouldn't be near the White House. He was part of a militia that committed war crimes and, if anything, he should be tried for war crimes."[25] Sarah Stern, president of the Endowment for Middle East Truth, defended his actions for the Lebanise militant group: "He represented his left-of-center party within a coalition of parties that oversaw the local government of the Christian community when it was surrounded by the Syrian army and the terrorist groups between 1986 and 1988. Phares is being attacked because he is on the right side of the issues and is fearless in speaking out the truth... [Walid] is in a caliber of his own. He understood the rise of radical Islam in the Middle East. He understood very early on what ISIS is, that it's a real threat. He understands that Islam is more than a religion, that it's also an ideology and an ideology of conquest."[25]

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_E._Schmitz



    Joseph Edward Schmitz (born August 28, 1956) is an American lawyer, former inspector general of the United States Department of Defense and a former executive with Blackwater Worldwide. After working as a watchdog at the Pentagon for three and a half years, Schmitz resigned to return to the private sector. Although allegations questioning his stewardship of the inspector general’s office surfaced nine months after his resignation, a high-level review board, the President’s Council on Integrity and Efficiency, cleared him of all wrongdoing in 2006.[1] He was named one of Donald Trump's foreign policy advisors for his 2016 presidential campaign.[2]

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