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Rep. Yoho: Who Among Us Wouldn’t Attend A Treasonous Russian Meeting?

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Wolf Blitzer doesn't seem to care exactly what Rep. Ted Yoho claims. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, simplifies. Inform us what you believe in the remark section below.

" Republican Rep. Ted Yoho claimed it was ideal for Head of state Donald Trump's son to consult with a Russian attorney throughout the 2016 project– as well as added that he most likely would have taken the meeting under the exact same situations.

" Do I believe it's ideal? I assume I most likely would have done the very same thing," the Florida Flexibility Caucus member said on "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." "I imply, it's resistance research as well as, you know, anyone that's been in a political election– you're always seeking to obtain the top hand."
Donald Trump Jr. acknowledged in a statement Sunday that he met with a Russian attorney that he had actually been told "might have information handy to the campaign." Trump Jr. provided the declaration in action to The New York Times' reporting that he "was assured damaging information about Hillary Clinton" before consenting to consult with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya." *.

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  1. Posted by FUCKtrump FUCKtrump, at Reply

    burn in hell Trump Nazis you have betrayed America

    • Posted by FUCKtrump FUCKtrump, at Reply

      AstroZombie420 actually it was ancient African Travelers that came to America first they made contact with the almanacs

    • Posted by Secret lemons, at Reply

      FUCKtrump FUCKtrump ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ your autism is off the charts dude!

    • Posted by definitelynotacop, at Reply

      FUCKtrump FUCKtrump Let’s not get that dramatic.

  2. Posted by unbiased, at Reply

    impeach PUSSYGRABBERPEDOPHILE

    • Posted by Stranger Happened, at Reply

      *This story so far is “nothing burger”.* Nothing illegal in doing opposition research. The Clinton campaign has done the same with the Russians from Steele report as well as with the Ukrainian regime actors. And there is nothing “stolen” in the information the lawyer lady has promised (but not delivered) for their meeting.

    • Posted by Graeme Martin, at Reply

      If you break into a bank intending to rob it on a day when there happens to be no money in the safe, you’ve still committed a crime. Just because you didn’t get any money from you deeds doesn’t mean that those deeds weren’t against the law. Even if you say, ‘It wasn’t bank robbery, it was wealth redistribution’, it’s STILL against the law.

      The same applies to intent to collude. The fact that no useful information was obtained is irrelevant to its legality or otherwise.

      Get it?

    • Posted by James Tarkington, at Reply

      Stranger Happened I smell a Russian

    • Posted by James Tarkington, at Reply

      Or maybe a Macedonian. I have doubts that a person making this argument isn’t working as a Russian social media troll, though.

  3. Posted by ElChapo Junior, at Reply

    Republicans only love Russia now because they are a fascist oligarchy, republicans do love themselves some fascists

    • Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

      i’m sure if Reagan were still alive he would have some serious words with the GOP

    • Posted by chase.skipper, at Reply

      The democrats definitely don’t love fascists. Not “We came, we saw, we died” Clinton. No, of course not. Not the woman who called black youth superpredators, not the woman desperately pandering to the religious right, not the woman in favor of global corporations ruling the world. Oh… wait.

    • Posted by Stranger Happened, at Reply

      Russia is less fascist than the USA, if you look at how well the capital and government is merged in the USA — the definition of fascism. The only difference from actual fascism is that the USA still have a facade of democracy, even though studies show that there is almost zero correlation between people’s opinion and policies since 1976.
      *This story so far is “nothing burger”.* Nothing illegal in doing opposition research. The Clinton campaign has done the same with the Russians from Steele report as well as with the Ukrainian regime actors. And there is nothing “stolen” in the information the lawyer lady has promised (but not delivered) for their meeting.

  4. Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

    Trump was accused of raping a 12 year old at Jeff Epstein’s pedo island.

    • Posted by Deanna Delmar, at Reply

      Jeri Kourkoumelis And she received death threats.

    • Posted by Deanna Delmar, at Reply

      Jeri Kourkoumelis And she received death threats.

    • Posted by Rita Timm, at Reply

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    • Posted by Eater 999, at Reply

      You’ve gone pass suck-up Jeri. At some point, you should just delete your account.

  5. Posted by gagago302, at Reply

    Did DNC or Podesta turn over servers and content to the FBI?

    Look that up and then laugh at the hypocrisy of this segment.

    • Posted by James Cockrell, at Reply

      Under Water um no. Investigators need probable cause of a crime in order to legally acquire your malbox

      Thats why i ask what’s the probable crime for FBI to legally acquire dnc or podesta servers

    • Posted by Under Water, at Reply

      James Cockrell, I was replying to gagago302 who implied that forensic computer network investigators would need to take physical possession of a server in order to conduct a competent investigation.

      The DNC told the FBI that their network had been hacked. They’d reached this conclusion after hiring a forensic team, CrowdStrike, to look at their network. CrowdStrike cloned hard drives and gave those to the FBI. The FBI did not request that PCs with power supplies and motherboards be given up, probably because the attackers gained entry over the Internet.

      The DNC reported the crime to the FBI. That’s the probable cause.

    • Posted by James Cockrell, at Reply

      Under Water my bad. I thought it was directed at my post

    • Posted by Under Water, at Reply

      No worries James Cockrell. I try to put the name of the person I’m responding to in my comment but sometimes I forget.

    • Posted by darkmantlestudios, at Reply

      gagago302

      “It’s okay for us to break the law, Hilary did it too!”

  6. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    so he’s admitting that he would basically do watergate all over again and that other people would of course do it too. trump Jr admitted to doing it. this has been compared to watergate simply on sheer level of scandal but its pretty much become watergate 2.0 (the more stupid edition). sure trump and his ilk didnt directly break into their opponents campaign office to steal information but someone else sure enough did and Jr had no qualms about taking that info.

    • Posted by Steven perdue, at Reply

      rouge1ful it’s the same thing just fine about slightly different. But intent and knowingly breaking the law is what it is. #STUPIDWATERGATE

    • Posted by MRostendway, at Reply

      rouge1ful LOL watergate? really bruh? At this point this is getting sad.. Its benghazi all over again smdh

  7. Posted by Ot Gman, at Reply

    The entire GOP needs to be indicted and executed for the traitors they are.

    • Posted by LeonHoogland, at Reply

      You sound mentally unstable. Getting all excited about a nothingburger.

  8. Posted by Nathan Baker, at Reply

    0:19 Why is everyoneย using the phrase “take a meeting?” It’s a weird way of phrasing it, yet I’ve heard that exact phrase about 20 times now in reference to Don Jr.’s meeting.

    • Posted by Under Water, at Reply

      You need to watch the movie, “Annie Hall.”

    • Posted by DashaAZ vln, at Reply

      Nathan Baker
      maybe because Don Jr it taking kind for the team?

  9. Posted by Martine, at Reply

    Can you imagine if Hillary had done that? Their heads would have exploded.

    • Posted by Begus, at Reply

      hillary did do that. with ukraine
      i am now trying to look for these exploded heads

    • Posted by scotaloo7 7g7, at Reply

      Jesus christ can you even read. It says officials not official. There’s multiple of them and they’re clearly being led by the Ukranian Government….

    • Posted by Stranger Happened, at Reply

      *Hillary has done exactly that.* The Clinton campaign has done the same with the Russians from Steele report as well as with the Ukrainian regime actors.
      As to Junior’s story, nothing illegal in doing opposition research. And there is nothing “stolen” in the information the lawyer lady has promised (but not delivered) for their meeting.

  10. Posted by Alex da Vinci, at Reply

    I’m beginning to suspect that trumptards like TYT more than us, their fans! They always get here first to post their meaningless comments and then move on to the next TYT video. That’s real love right there!

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      Trumpies and Alt-Reich cucks have real dedication to posting troll fails. Persistent bunch, who unwittingly help TYT.

    • Posted by Andrew Mildenberg, at Reply

      mooolly 0 While I agree with the sentiment I’d have to point out that Trump supporters are not “thoughtful human beings”.
      Really it’s more like adopting their language to speak to them on even ground.

    • Posted by mooolly 0, at Reply

      matt bryan I know you are but what am I? Wait wait… I’m rubber you are glue!

  11. Posted by john p, at Reply

    CENK IS LYING AGAIN!!! There is no law outlawing receiving info from foreigners, and no info was even received. He knows this, that’s why he is not citing a law. Every video this charlatan puts out on Russia is full of propaganda. The only true part is the end, where he tries to sell membership in his club.

    • Posted by john p, at Reply

      No,ย because they don’t apply. An email is not money and is not a thing of value. Emails are literally worth nothing. These laws are referring to items that have value: paintings, jewelry, gold, boats, etc… Not to mention nothing happened in the meeting.

    • Posted by Lhorez, at Reply

      If those emails guaranteed the presidency then they’d be worth a fortune. At the very least it’s intellectual property (which has value). It doesn’t matter that nothing happened in the meeting. It’s the intent that matters.

    • Posted by john p, at Reply

      The emails did not guarantee anything. And it is not intellectual property. Intellectual property is something that can be patented or copyrighted, something that has an actual value. Also, all that matters is what happened in the meeting- the law (which doesn’t even apply) doesn’t mention intent.

    • Posted by Lhorez, at Reply

      He thought they might help with the election. And email can be copyrighted (actually all original email that is sent is copyrighted). As long as it’s original and fixed it’s copyrighted. (I know you don’t believe me so you’ll have to look it up.) Again it’s intent. It doesn’t matter that he didn’t get the information it just matters that he thought he was going to get it.

    • Posted by Lhorez, at Reply

      Oh and here’s the statue (that you didn’t read.) Emphasis is mine. “(g) ***Solicitation***, acceptance, or receipt of contributions and donations from foreign nationals. No person shall knowingly *solicit*, accept, or receive from a foreign national any contribution or donation prohibited by paragraphs (b) through (d) of this section.”

  12. Posted by lets chat, at Reply

    Trump is Trash… wooohoooo

    • Posted by Romeo Lopez, at Reply

      woohoo

  13. Posted by slim jojo, at Reply

    just another dum dum

  14. Posted by Mark Lapworth, at Reply

    And that clown is on the Foreign Affairs Committee? Only in America.

  15. Posted by Andrew Mildenberg, at Reply

    Uh, me. I wouldn’t want to do that

  16. Posted by Craig Holman, at Reply

    And we have a whole party of IDIOTS leading us?

  17. Posted by endfite, at Reply

    Why is it treasonous to meet with a Russian citizen?

  18. Posted by Joe Wise, at Reply

    Cenk wanna know when Blitzer showed emotion? The Atheist in the Tornado. ๐Ÿ˜‰ enjoy that memory

  19. Posted by Wycked Ways, at Reply

    They should all be impeached and or jailed, most corrupt government ever!

  20. Posted by BatMashUps, at Reply

    “Republican from Florida”. That’s all you need to know.