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ALSO NEW HERE: PAUL MANAFORT talked frequently with TRUMP in the final days, & urged the outgoing president not to pardon RICK GATES, who had cooperated with MUELLER's investigators. Trump did not pardon Gates. with @EricLiptonNYT @maggieNYT & @nytmike https://t.co/6nwu9nGo1U
When @PostRoz and I wrote about how Trump abandoned his pledge to "drain the swamp" last year -- and the many ways he'd failed in that quest -- White House aides pointed to this executive order as a reason they felt he had succeeded. https://t.co/NAhmOLobPj https://t.co/8Y7hapD9Zb
Shortly after pardoning congressmen and lobbyists convicted of corruption, Trump releases an order at 1:07 a.m. revoking his own ethics executive order from 2017, freeing his own former aides from the limits he had imposed on their ability to lobby the government.
Randy "Duke" Cunningham, one of the corrupt GOP congressmen who received a midnight pardon from Trump, made a BRIBE MENU for a defense contractor ON CONGRESSIONAL STATIONARY with what they had to give him to get contracts. He was also supplied with prostitutes.
I had forgotten about this corrupt detail: https://t.co/sfjwm4f7tE
Also in the story, prosecutors in Washington DC quietly closed 2 other politically charged cases this fall: the Flynn leak investigation (which Durham was also looking at) and the Walid Phares case. https://t.co/7w61jth2Bo
Cross Wind (Phares) has been closed. https://t.co/URTZlfiEc9
In the days leading up to the Jan. 6 riot, Thomas Edward Caldwell, an apparent leader of the far-right Oath Keepers, had a message for the militia members he had organized to mobilize against Congress: “This kettle is set to boil.” https://t.co/cLyj7cJrk8