Although something was missing and it was the listing of some of those meetings on his security application form. Furthermore, he didn't say that he has asked the Russian embassy if the Trump campaign could borrow their secured communications channel to avoid being listened to by the pesky NSA or FBI.
With these discoveries, the Republican leadership is more concerned with how these stories are getting into the press than they are about members of the Trump campaign having colluded with the Russians in one way or another.
"The FBI is examining the activities of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who traveled to Moscow and accepted payments from Russian organizations, and former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who spent years working for pro-Russian interests in Ukraine. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, then a senator from Alabama, also met with Kislyak last year."
What is the chance that when all of the investigations are complete that the authorities will declare that there is nothing fishy in Trumpland?
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