Robert Mueller

On Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller dramatically announced the indictments of 13 Russian Internet trolls for meddling in the 2016 election. Many observers wonder why Mueller indicted 13 Russian citizens who can't be arrested or extradited to the United States.

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Rep. Adam Schiff, a top Democrat leading the House Intelligence Committee's probe into Russian meddling in the elections, was pranked by 2 Russian radio comedians who claimed they had nude photos of President Trump.

President Trump and Schiff lobbed insults at each other on Twitter.com this week, with Trump calling the leading Democrat "Little Adam Schiff."

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Donald Trump, Jr., right, invoked attorney-client privileges numerous times during a closed door House intelligence committee investigation in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.

During the eight-hour testimony, Don Jr. told investigators that he did not communicate with his father about responding to reports that he met with a Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, who promised she had dirt on Hillary Clinton.

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Mike Flynn pleads guilty

President Trump's former advisor Mike Flynn plead guilty on Friday to making a false statement to the FBI about his back-channel conversations with Russian officials.

Photographers crowded outside the federal courthouse to snap photos of Flynn turning himself to federal agents Friday morning.

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It is now confirmed that Hillary Clinton and the deceitful, dishonest Democratic National Committee (DNC) paid $9 million to the Russians for so-called "opposition research" -- to compile a fake dossier that was then turned over to the Obama administration and the FBI to obtain a FISA warrant to wiretap an opposing presidential candidate (Donald Trump).

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Donald Trump, Jr has released emails referenced by the New York Times in an article about a meeting between Trump, Jr. and a Russian lawyer last year. Trump, Jr. released the emails on Tuesday, July 11, to clear up misinformation in the New York Times report.

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CNN PRODUCER CAUGHT ON HIDDEN CAMERA ADMITTING CNN REPORTS FAKE NEWS FOR RATINGS

John Bonifield

CNN's credibility was rocked after an undercover investigator for Project Veritas infiltrated the newsroom and apparently planted fake Russia stories that were reported by CNN as fact.

CNN retracted a Russia collusion story from its website last week and apologized to an associate of President Trump who was falsely implicated in the article.

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Jeff Sessions

The Democrats are in an uproar over Attorney General Jeff Sessions' denial that he ever met with Russians to discuss President Donald Trump's campaign.

The Democrats, and even a few Republicans, are calling for Sessions to recuse himself from any investigation into allegations that the Russians helped "influence" the presidential election.

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Donald Trump

Settle in, folks. The next 4 years will be a long, bumpy ride, courtesy of America's unprofessional news media. Yet another fake news story is making the rounds about President-elect Donald Trump. The leftwing media continues to throw tantrums over Hillary Clinton's landslide loss to Trump.

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Donald Trump said he hopes Russian hackers "are able to find" the 30,000 emails Hillary Clinton erased from her illegal home server.

Trump made the comment in response to a reporter's question during a press conference at his resort in Miami on Wednesday.

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Russian Nuclear Bombers

U.S. fighter jets were forced to scramble 16 times since June when Russian nuclear bombers penetrated U.S. airspace near the California and Canada coasts.

While semi-retired U.S. President Barack Obama plays golf and attends hundreds of Democratic fundraisers, Russian nuclear bombers repeatedly stray into U.S. airspace.

It appears that Russian President Vladimir is not respectful of President Obama or the U.S. military.

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Edward Snowden out shopping in Russia

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was spotted out and about shopping for groceries in Russia, UK's the Telegraph reports.

Snowden has been a thorn in President Obama's side ever since he leaked secret documents that proves the White House used the National Security Agency to spy on American citizens.

The 30-year-old former CIA agent was spotted in public for the first time since being granted asylum in Russia earlier this year. He is still a wanted man in the U.S.

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Obama travels to Russia to meet with gay activists

President Obama plans to meet with two lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights activists when he travels to Russia this week to attend the Group of 20 summit. It will be the first time that Obama has ever met with gay activists on foreign soil.

Obama recently criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin for his anti-gay laws that punishes anyone who teaches "homosexual propaganda" to children.

Igor Kochetkov of the Russian LGBT Network told The Associated Press that the Obama administration extended an invitation to meet with Obama in Russia before the summit.

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