Tag: Donald Trump Jr.

SICK: Dem Lawmaker Says Trump Jr. “Retarded” Should Have been “Aborted”

An Alabama state lawmaker who made headlines earlier this week after he gave a speech advocating for abortion “because some kids are unwanted” said yesterday that Donald Trump Jr. should have been “aborted” and called him “retarded.”

Rep. John Rogers (D) told WTVM that it was an “honor” that Donald Trump Jr. criticized his abortion comments the other day, according to the New York Post.

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“That proves I’m right to make a scene about abortion, him being born — that’s proof right there. Him being born – that’s a very very good defense I have for abortion,” the lawmaker said.

“His mother should have aborted him when he was born and he wouldn’t have made that stupid statement, right? He’s evidently retarded. Uh, crazy. Donald Trump’s son, I know there’s something wrong with that boy.”

Earlier this week, Rogers spoke out against his state’s abortion bill which would make it illegal to perform an abortion on a woman for any reason unless her health was at risk.

“Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or you kill them later. You bring them in the world unwanted, unloved, you send them to the electric chair. So, you kill them now or you kill them later,” Rogers said.

He then said children who face abortion might be “retarded” and “half-deformed.”

Donald Trump Jr. called Rogers’ comments on abortion “stomach curling.”

“This is stomach curling and makes Ralph Northam look like a moderate on abortion. Every Democrat running for President needs to be asked where they stand on this. The extreme turn we’ve seen from Dems on abortion recently is truly sickening,” he wrote on Twitter.

Nellie Ohr Transcripts Released: “I favored Hillary Clinton…”

Transcripts from Nellie Ohr’s congressional testimony reveal the former Fusion GPS researcher “favored” Hillary Clinton for president and would have been “less comfortable” doing opposition research against the former Secretary of State.

“I would probably have been less comfortable doing opposition research that would have gone against Hillary Clinton,” Ohr told Congress on October 19.

When asked by a Congressional aide why that was the case, Ohr responded, “Because I favored Hillary Clinton as a presidential candidate.”

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Ohr’s transcripts were released by House Judiciary Committee ranking member Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) yesterday and also show how the wife of demoted DOJ official Bruce Ohr even researched Trump’s family members and their “travels.”

“I was asked to research Trump’s family broadly in connection with any—any Russian connections,” Ohr said, adding that she “did some research on all of them, but not in much depth.”

Specifically, Ohr said she researched Donald Trump Jr.’s and Ivanka Trump’s “travels.”

Ohr claimed the research was done “to see whether they were involved in dealings and transactions with people who had suspicious pasts, or suspicious types of dealings.”

Fox News reports:

Ohr also testified that she was asked to research members of the campaign including former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, former campaign aide Carter Page and former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Ohr noted that, in her research, she found that Page traveled to Moscow to speak at a university about “better relations” between Russia and the U.S.

With regard to the research on Flynn, Ohr said she was asked to look into “any relationships he might have with Russia.” Ohr said that through her research, it “became evident that he had a relationship with Turkey as well.”

Donald Trump Jr. Trolls Adam Schiff After Congressman’s Trump Tower Theory Debunked

The mainstream media gleefully reported last May that Donald Trump Jr. called a blocked number before and after his now-infamous Trump Tower meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya in 2016.

Of course, this led many to speculate whether or not Trump Jr. called his father, then-presidential candidate, Donald Trump to discuss the details of the meeting.

House Intelligence Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) told CNN in November, “We wanted to get the phone records to determine, was Donald Trump talking to his son about this meeting. It’s an obvious investigative step, but one the Republicans were unwilling to take because they were afraid of where the evidence might lead.”

Now, new evidence completely debunks the story which liberals hoped would help “build an obstruction of justice case” against President Trump.

The Daily Caller reports:

The Senate Intelligence Committee obtained phone records showing Donald Trump Jr. did not speak with his father from a blocked telephone number in the days before the infamous Trump Tower meeting in June 2016.

The finding, first reported by CNN, undercuts Democrats’ theory Trump Jr. might have told his father in those phone calls about the Trump Tower meeting, which was held June 9, 2016, with a group of Russians who had offered dirt on Hillary Clinton….

Phone records provided to the Senate Intelligence panel shows the calls were between Trump Jr. and two business associates, according to CNN.

The calls were made in the days before the Trump Tower meeting. Another call occurred several hours after the meeting. The identity of the business associates is not clear.

Responding to an ABC News report on Twitter, Trump Jr. wrote, “Has anyone heard from Adam Schiff? I imagine he’s busy leaking other confidential info from the House Intelligence Committee to change the subject?!? #FullOfSchiff”

President Trump also weighed in on the report, tweeting, “Just out: The big deal, very mysterious Don jr telephone calls, after the innocent Trump Tower meeting, that the media & Dems said were made to his father (me), were just conclusively found NOT to be made to me. They were made to friends & business associates of Don. Really sad!”

Trump Blasts Mueller for “Conflicts of Interest”

President Trump blasted Special Counsel Robert Mueller today for “conflicts of interest.”

Taking to Twitter, the president wrote, “When Mueller does his final report, will he be covering all of his conflicts of interest in a preamble, will he be recommending action on all of the crimes of many kinds from those “on the other side”(whatever happened to Podesta?), and will he be putting in statements from……..hundreds of people closely involved with my campaign who never met, saw or spoke to a Russian during this period? So many campaign workers, people inside from the beginning, ask me why they have not been called (they want to be). There was NO Collusion & Mueller knows it!”

The president’s comments come on the heels of remarks made by former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, who told ABC yesterday that Mueller’s final report could be politically “devastating” for President Trump.

“I think the report is going to be devastating to the President,” Dershowitz said. “And I know that the President’s team is already working on a response to the report. The critical questions are largely political — when I say devastating, I mean it’s going to paint a picture that’s going to be politically very devastating.”

Conservatives, like talk show host Mark Levin, dismissed Dershowitz’s comments, writing on Twitter that the professor was a Clinton and Obama supporter who was “opining on something he does not personally know.”

President Trump submitted his written answers to Mueller last week, and Trump attorney, Rudy Giuliani stated there might be possible “traps” in Mueller’s questions.

“There are some (questions) that create more issues for us legally than others,” Giuliani said, calling some of the questions “unnecessary,” and “possible traps.” “We might consider some as irrelevant,” he said.

Giuliani gave insight into some of Mueller’s questions last week, telling Axios that two of the topics the Special Counsel inquired about were Donald Trump Jr.’s infamous meeting with Russians at Trump Tower and the Russian hacks during the campaign that followed Trump’s July 27, 2016 press conference in which he said, “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 [Hillary Clinton] emails that are missing.”

Recent reports indicate that Mueller’s probe could be winding down.

Giuliani Gives Insight Into Mueller Questions, Says No Evidence of Collusion

In a revealing interview with Axios, President Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani gave insight into some of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s questions and remained confident that they would find no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

The President submitted his written answers to Mueller’s questions yesterday, and while reluctant to give specifics on the questions, Giuliani did concede that the Special Counsel asked about the following two topics: Donald Trump Jr.’s infamous meeting with Russians at Trump Tower and the Russian hacks during the campaign that followed Trump’s July 27, 2016 press conference in which he said, “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 [Hillary Clinton] emails that are missing.”

Giuliani said he doubts that Donald Trump Jr. would be indicted.  “I don’t see what for,” he said. “The meeting turned out to be a big bust. … It’s a very unattractive crime [for a prosecutor] when somebody meets with you and then you don’t do anything.”

One topic Mueller did not ask about was obstruction of justice.  “I can’t tell you he’s given up on obstruction,” said Giuliani.

“I don’t think he has any way to compel testimony on obstruction because the argument of executive privilege would be very, very strong. It all relates to a period of time after he was president. [A]ny question he has on obstruction, … [t]he president has given [the answers] in interviews, tweets. Other witnesses have given it to him. And the law definitely requires that if you’re going to subpoena a president, you have to show that you can’t get the information any place else,” he said.

According to Giuliani, the Mueller questionnaire “looked like a law school exam … one big long group of questions, that were multi-part questions.”

When if comes to collusion, Giuliani told Axios, “I don’t think they have any evidence of collusion of any kind. I think their obstruction case, as a legal matter, doesn’t exist.”

When asked if Mueller would subpoena the president, the attorney responded, “I think that he would not win a legal battle if he did that, and I think it would consume months.”