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Trump Meets with Putin, “Let’s Be Guided By Facts”

Highlights from today's Trump-Putin press conference

President Trump Holds a Joint Press Conference with the President of the Russian Federation

Watch LIVE as President Trump holds a joint press conference with the President of the Russian Federation.

Posted by The White House on Monday, July 16, 2018

Highlights:

  1. Russia has evidence that $400 million was transferred directly to Hilary’s Campaign fund from Bill Browder and his business associates, who earned over $1.5 billion on illegal activities within Russia.
  2. At any moment, Mueller could request to interrogate the 12 Russians he has indicted.
  3. If Mueller were to do this, Russia would request the same interrogations of those they suspect of illegal activities.
  4. However, this would expose the true corruption and collusion of Obama and his administration. And this is why Mueller hasn’t requested to interrogate the 12 he’s indicted. That and he doesn’t have enough evidence to justify it under the terms of our treaty with Russia, as the “hacker” was from within, not external.

Starting at 1:48:20:

We should not be guided by particular political interests within our countries. We should be guided by facts. Could you name a single fact that would definitively prove the collusion? This is utter non-sense. Yes the public at large in the US had a certain perceived opinion of the candidates during the campaign, but there is nothing particularly extraordinary about it. That is a usual thing. President Trump, when he was a candidate, mentioned the need to restore the Russian-US relationship…There is no evidence when it comes to the actual facts. So we have to be guided by facts and not by rumors.

Now let’s get back to the issue of these 12 alleged…we have an acting extradition treaty from 1999, which is a mutual agreement to assist each other on criminal cases. Mueller can use this extradition treaty already in place to request action by our government officials. The Russian government would arrest and interrogate these individuals. More over, we can actually permit official representatives of the United States, including the members of this very commission (Mueller & team), we can let them into our country and let them be present at this interrogation and help gather this information.

And yet this request hasn’t been made. Mueller and his team have not made a single formal request to the Russian government. Not one. $20 million dollars investigating, and all he would need to do is ask the Russian government to interview the suspected culprits and he would have hard evidence sitting in his hands. But it hasn’t been done.

Why? Because Mueller and team do not have enough information to validate and meet the MINIMUM requirements of the treaty in place to act upon this.

Now, if Mueller was to go this route, there would be a mutual expectation that Russia would have the right to request the interrogation of individuals, including the officers of law enforcement and members of the intelligence services in the United States, whom they believe have committed illegal activities in Russia. They would have the right to request the presence of Russian law enforcement at these interrogations, in reciprocation of having our officials at their interrogation. In Putin’s own words:

For instance, we can bring up Mr. Browder in this particular case. Business associates of Mr. Browder have earned over $1.5 billion in Russia. They never paid any taxes. Neither in Russia nor in the United States and yet the money escaped the country. It was transferred to the United States. They sent $400 million as a contribution to the campaign of Hillary Clinton. The contribution itself may have been legal, but we know the way the money was earned was illegal.

So we have a solid reason to believe that some intelligence officers accompanied and guided these transactions. So we have an interest of questioning them. That could be a first step, and we can also extend it. Options abound. They all can be found in an appropriate legal framework.

Pursue PeaceThe next question asked by the press: “Did you ask him (President Trump) to do that? Interrogate these officials?”

Putin: “Yes, I did, because he asked how to bring the US-Russia relations back to normal.”

Now, the question remains, will Mueller request to interrogate the 12 individuals he’s indicted? The invitation has been extended for equal interrogations. Or would that risk exposing the Democrat’s own corruption? Odds are he won’t, and if he does, he will probably be found hanging from a doorknob, as others who have tried to expose the depths of corruption.

The way this has been covered directly correlates with Q’s post #1626:
Server or JA = truth exposed (SR).
D’s are in crisis mode.
AWAN is bigger than you can imagine.
Putin / U1 will come out post summit (they will try to apply artificial MSM heat to cancel).
These people are corrupt beyond belief.
America for sale.
Sold out.
Q

 

 

Dan M.
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