The Global Security News: Congress told Russia 2016 election moves typical ‘spycraft’ – WHSV

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June 15, 2019
Congress told Russia 2016 election moves typical ‘spycraft’ – WHSV
Fear Of Foreign Interference In U.S. Elections Dates From Nation’s Founding – WJCT NEWS
Trump on Foreign Figures Offering Dirt on 2020 Opponents: ‘I Think I’d Take It’ – Daily Beast
Kamala Harris’s Mistake – The Atlantic
DoJ Bloodhounds on the Scent of John Brennan – Antiwar.com

Congress told Russia 2016 election moves typical ‘spycraft’ – WHSV

WHSV
WASHINGTON (AP) — Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election bore some of the textbook tricks of the trade of Kremlin spycraft, including the volume and breadth of contacts with Trump associates, former FBI officials told lawmakers Wednesday in the latest congressional hearing dedicated to special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report .
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Fear Of Foreign Interference In U.S. Elections Dates From Nation’s Founding – WJCT NEWS

WJCT NEWS
Updated at 10:12 a.m. ET The founders of American democracy could not have anticipated the technology of the 21st century or many of the other changes that have redefined the republic they created.
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Trump on Foreign Figures Offering Dirt on 2020 Opponents: ‘I Think I’d Take It’ – Daily Beast

Daily Beast
President Trump has openly said he would not object to hearing out foreign figures if they came to him offering dirt on a 2020 opponent. “There’s nothing wrong with listening. If somebody called from a country…
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Kamala Harris’s Mistake – The Atlantic

The Atlantic
Harris gave the wrong answer, and Pelosi should not have said what she did. But Mueller’s invitation raises a series of issues that are not easily resolved. The question of how to handle potential criminal charges against Trump after he leaves office is actually several questions: First, should a presidential candidate weigh in on the matter?
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DoJ Bloodhounds on the Scent of John Brennan – Antiwar.com

Antiwar.com
The New York Times Thursday morning has bad news for one of its favorite anonymous sources, former CIA Director John Brennan. The Times reports that the Justice Department plans to interview senior CIA officers to focus on the allegation that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian intelligence to intervene in the 2016 election to help Donald J.
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