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*facepalm all dems have to get the talking points.

Actually do the Dems even have a talking point system In place?
The worst part is she was actually a prosecutor. You can't just accuse someone of violating "many laws" and then fail to name even a single one. It's not even a tough question.

Violating the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) is the obvious answer there. Rudy's own former client Pavel Fuchs publicly stated that he hired Giuliani in 2017 as a lobbyist for Kharkiv/Ukraine. Fuchs said the contract explicitly stated lobbying. Rudy never registered under FARA and responded to Fuchs' comments by claiming his former client was not telling the truth.
Rudy claimed the contract did not mention lobbying but refused to show the supposedly exculpatory contract.
 
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Wow, can't believe he backed down. Funny how they will justify a new site after they spent the last few days saying how bad the other options were. Fingers crossed it's not Denver!
 

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Even some Republicans couldn’t defend the brazen corruption of personally awarding a huge government contract to himself.
Ironically, the point of Mulvaney’s press conference, where he admitted a quid pro quo, was just to announce that Trump’s property would host the G7.
Mulvaney went out there and snitched on himself and the reason he was there in the first place has now been rendered moot.
 
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