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The Collusion Story Info Spectrum

The Collusion Story Info Spectrum

Update: 2019-01-306
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Yascha Mounk talks to Benjamin Wittes, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and editor-in-chief of Lawfare Blog, about why having more facts doesn’t help us understand what’s happening in the collusion story, potential narrative arcs from what we do know, and what we might be about to learn. 

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Cherry Andrews

The group that wouldn't let things go are the Republicans. in the past, they kept trying to prosecute Hillary Clinton on Benghazi although they couldn't find anything. The Republicans are the ones that go off the deep end to try to prove something that they feel is true that end up not being true. If Trump is not a manchurian president then I'd let it go. Id just be ready to vote in the next election to get him out of office. But, there are just too many events that has happened in the trump admin to ignore or just brush off as coincidental or trump incompetence or him being a blithering idiot. The stuff that Trump does is just to fishy to not have suspicions. You seem to want to give him the benefit of doubt. But if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, chances are it's a duck. I'd be surprised, shocked, and astounded if he was proved to not have some crooked ties with Russia considering all these meetings he's had with Putin alone.

Feb 9th
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Alex Mercedes

very anxiety-inducing, listening to you rush your guest. yeah, his pace is less driven than many speakers on the pod, but not nearly as aggravating as the host's leaning on him.

Jan 31st
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The Collusion Story Info Spectrum

The Collusion Story Info Spectrum

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