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marybicycle23: Given, however, that a shift in Russia policy was a headline of the Trump campaign, it would make sense for one or more of those close to him to sound out the possible reception in the Kremlin. If they talked to the Russian ambassador, why not?...

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Given, however, that a shift in Russia policy was a headline of the Trump campaign, it would make sense for one or more of those close to him to sound out the possible reception in the Kremlin. If they talked to the Russian ambassador, why not? He was doing his job, and they theirs. No, no, say Trumps accusers, any such contacts would have broken the (1799) Logan Act, which makes it illegal for a private citizen to negotiate with a foreign power. It is hardly needs to be said that the circumstances in 1799 were rather different, or that low-key contacts between trusted associates and foreign diplomats have not featured in every US presidential transition to date. This seems one of the more trivial charges. Then there was the way Mike Flynn was trapped by the leak of material from tapped phone calls and emails to prove that he had spoken to the Russian ambassador. Is this a justified use of state power not the bugging, but the leak for this particular purpose? Trump described it as crim

dennisctil saved this page on 03/10/2017 06:23am

Given, however, that a shift in Russia policy was a headline of the Trump campaign, it would make sense for one or more of those close to him to sound out the possible reception in the Kremlin. If they talked to the Russian ambassador, why not? He was doing his job, and they theirs. No, no, say Trumps accusers, any such contacts would have broken the (1799) Logan Act, which makes it illegal for a private citizen to negotiate with a foreign power. It is hardly needs to be said that the circumstances in 1799 were rather different, or that low-key contacts between trusted associates and foreign diplomats have not featured in every US presidential transition to date. This seems one of the more trivial charges. Then there was the way Mike Flynn was trapped by the leak of material from tapped phone calls and emails to prove that he had spoken to the Russian ambassador. Is this a justified use of state power not the bugging, but the leak for this particular purpose? Trump described it as crim

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