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How the Trump administration’s secret efforts to ease Russia sanctions fell short

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Seriously, this is one of the very first initiatives the Trump administration began upon moving into the White House? Whatever could the reason(s) be? Clearly not the motives of an –now’s the perfect time for quotes– “administration” that isn’t beholden to Vladimir Putin. Let’s stop fucking around: Trump is up to his ankle suspenders in debt to someone: It’s why he won’t release his tax returns, it’s why he’s fired James Comey, will try to stop Comey from testifying in public. Because he’s likely to have committed treason at the highest level of office.

Trump would never willingly step down, because to do so he’d be subject to the full wrath of his potential Democrat successor (not counting that POS Pence into the equation, because if Trump goes down, so too will that matte-headed pile of racist garbage Pence), and he’d never want to face that. He’ll do anything to hold on to the power he wields now, even as it crumbles down around him. One must wonder if Trump would try to change the laws, like Putin has done, to circumvent term limits? It wouldn’t be surprising. He’s skirted every other conventional rule regarding campaign funding, reporting, etc. Oh, but her e-mails.

How the Trump administration’s secret efforts to ease Russia sanctions fell short

In the early weeks of the Trump administration, former Obama administration officials and State Department staffers fought an intense, behind-the-scenes battle to head off efforts by incoming officials to normalize relations with Russia, according to multiple sources familiar with the events.

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