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Trump Directed Michael Cohen To Lie To Congress

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Noclevermoniker

The Special Counsel’s office is not disputing the substance of the reporting.

Straight into the wind, boy!

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grimreefer

So another "WE GOT HIM", "BOMBSHELL" or "SMOKING GUN" story has proven to be another leftist masturbation fantasy, and now they're crying that 'not accurate' doesn't mean it's BS. Dan Rather would be proud. :rolleyes:

 

 

 

And Buzzfeed should probably stick to their strength of publishing racist anti-whitey articles. :coffeenpc:

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Taggart Transcontinental

Wait for it......

 

BOOM Baby! Fake News!

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/01/18/mueller-disputes-buzzfeed-news-report-claiming-trump-directed-michael-cohen-testimony/

 

Mueller: BuzzFeed Report Claiming Trump Directed Michael Cohen Testimony ‘Not Accurate’

 

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grimreefer

Wait for it......

 

BOOM Baby! Fake News!

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/01/18/mueller-disputes-buzzfeed-news-report-claiming-trump-directed-michael-cohen-testimony/

 

Mueller: BuzzFeed Report Claiming Trump Directed Michael Cohen Testimony ‘Not Accurate’

Reportedly... the story was based on evidence from "anonymous sources" that Cormier admitted they haven't seen which is in direct contrast to what Leopold claims, and Jason Leopold has a history of just making sh** up. And remember, this is all over what Cohen supposedly told Mueller while trying to save his own butt... and we all know what Cohen's words are worth at best.

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erp

The Special Counsel’s office is not disputing the substance of the reporting.

You sure about that?

 

“BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s congressional testimony are not accurate,” said Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mr. Mueller.

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JerryL

You sure about that?

 

“BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s congressional testimony are not accurate,” said Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mr. Mueller.

TG doesn’t understand the meaning of a lot of words. He is “challenged” that way.

 

This time, the word he doesn’t understand is “substance.”

 

(And “not” and “disputing.”)

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger

The Special Counsel’s office is not disputing the substance of the reporting.

:biglaugh:

 

Keep on digging in your heels into your cesspool!

:hole:

 

You are a joke! :lol3:

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That_Guy

 

The Special Counsel’s office took issue with the “description of specific statements” to them as well as the “characterization of documents and testimony” which they obtained - not the substance of the reporting.

 

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What...no pizza-gate?

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erp

The Special Counsel’s office took issue with the “description of specific statements” to them as well as the “characterization of documents and testimony” which they obtained - not the substance of the reporting.

 

 

“Not accurate”

 

“BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s congressional testimony are not accurate,” said Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mr. Mueller.

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That_Guy

“Not accurate”

 

“BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s congressional testimony are not accurate,” said Peter Carr, a spokesman for Mr. Mueller.

 

Cohen’s opening statement and questioning on February 7th will be interesting...

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Moderator T

The Special Counsel’s office took issue with the “description of specific statements” to them as well as the “characterization of documents and testimony” which they obtained - not the substance of the reporting.

 

 

 

What...no pizza-gate?

 

So the only time the special council team has come out to make a statement on any reporting regarding their case was to make a non-statement? FFS even left leaning media is dropping this story and its disgraced author.

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stick

Cohen’s opening statement and questioning on February 7th will be interesting...

 

After getting your ass handed to you, you feel it necessary to post this statement?

 

Well, I guess that’s really all you have left to hang your pitiful little hat on.

 

Sad.

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Martin

What is the difference between That Guy and the Washington Generals?

 

1. The Washington Generals sometimes win.

2. The Washington Generals admit it when they lose.

3. The Washington Generals are competent at what they are trying to do.

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RedSoloCup

What is the difference between That Guy and the Washington Generals?

 

1. The Washington Generals sometimes win.

2. The Washington Generals admit it when they lose.

3. The Washington Generals are competent at what they are trying to do.

 

:lol:

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Ticked@TinselTown

So the only time the special council team has come out to make a statement on any reporting regarding their case was to make a non-statement? FFS even left leaning media is dropping this story and its disgraced author.

 

 

Well, you can't make high quality glue without thoroughly :horse:

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That_Guy

So the only time the special council team has come out to make a statement on any reporting regarding their case was to make a non-statement?

 

Almost.

 

Essentially, it was to distance the Special Counsel's office from whoever these anonymous, information-sharing "law enforcement officials" might be.

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Almost.

 

Essentially, it was to distance the Special Counsel's office from whoever these anonymous, information-sharing "law enforcement officials" might be.

 

What information was shared exactly? Because one author says they shared documents with him and his co-author. The co-author says no such documents were presented. Which author is the one lying here? My guess is you won't pick the one with the history of shoddy reporting and falsehoods.

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That_Guy

What information was shared exactly? Because one author says they shared documents with him and his co-author. The co-author says no such documents were presented. Which author is the one lying here? My guess is you won't pick the one with the history of shoddy reporting and falsehoods.

 

These two paragraphs:

 

Now the two sources have told BuzzFeed News that Cohen also told the special counsel that after the election, the president
personally instructed
him to lie — by claiming that negotiations ended months earlier than they actually did — in order to obscure Trump’s involvement.

 

The special counsel’s office
learned about Trump’s directive
for Cohen to lie to Congress through
interviews
with multiple witnesses from the Trump Organization and internal company
emails, text messages, and a cache of other documents.
Cohen then acknowledged those instructions during his interviews with that office.

 

...refer to 1) an instruction to lie about when negotiations ended (described as coming from Trump personally) as well as 2) a directive to lie to Congress (characterized as being learned about via interviews, e-mails, texts, and other documents).

 

The Special Counsel's office took issue with the description and the characterization, but NOT the substance of the instruction or the directive.

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Ticked@TinselTown

These two paragraphs:

 

Now the two sources have told BuzzFeed News that Cohen also told the special counsel that after the election, the president
personally instructed
him to lie — by claiming that negotiations ended months earlier than they actually did — in order to obscure Trump’s involvement.

 

The special counsel’s office
learned about Trump’s directive
for Cohen to lie to Congress through
interviews
with multiple witnesses from the Trump Organization and internal company
emails, text messages, and a cache of other documents.
Cohen then acknowledged those instructions during his interviews with that office.

 

...refer to 1) an instruction to lie about when negotiations ended (described as coming from Trump personally) as well as 2) a directive to lie to Congress (characterized as being learned about via interviews, e-mails, texts, and other documents).

 

The Special Counsel's office took issue with the description and the characterization, but NOT the substance of the instruction or the directive.

 

Keep dipping those turds in chocolate and hocking them as truffles...

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erp

Cohen’s opening statement and questioning on February 7th will be interesting...

That has nothing to do with Buzzfeed running with a fake story.

 

Now would be a good time to acknowledge that Buzzfeed screwed up and reported a fake story.

 

You can do it. Well, maybe not.

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zurg

These two paragraphs:

 

Now the two sources have told BuzzFeed News that Cohen also told the special counsel that after the election, the president
personally instructed
him to lie — by claiming that negotiations ended months earlier than they actually did — in order to obscure Trump’s involvement.

 

The special counsel’s office
learned about Trump’s directive
for Cohen to lie to Congress through
interviews
with multiple witnesses from the Trump Organization and internal company
emails, text messages, and a cache of other documents.
Cohen then acknowledged those instructions during his interviews with that office.

 

...refer to 1) an instruction to lie about when negotiations ended (described as coming from Trump personally) as well as 2) a directive to lie to Congress (characterized as being learned about via interviews, e-mails, texts, and other documents).

 

The Special Counsel's office took issue with the description and the characterization, but NOT the substance of the instruction or the directive.

Did you see what Mueller had to say about the Buzzfeed report?

 

:biglaugh:

 

I’ll let you look for it yourself.

 

:biglaugh:

 

What a great way to kick off the weekend!

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erp

These two paragraphs:

 

Now the two sources have told BuzzFeed News that Cohen also told the special counsel that after the election, the president
personally instructed
him to lie — by claiming that negotiations ended months earlier than they actually did — in order to obscure Trump’s involvement.

 

The special counsel’s office
learned about Trump’s directive
for Cohen to lie to Congress through
interviews
with multiple witnesses from the Trump Organization and internal company
emails, text messages, and a cache of other documents.
Cohen then acknowledged those instructions during his interviews with that office.

 

...refer to 1) an instruction to lie about when negotiations ended (described as coming from Trump personally) as well as 2) a directive to lie to Congress (characterized as being learned about via interviews, e-mails, texts, and other documents).

 

The Special Counsel's office took issue with the description and the characterization, but NOT the substance of the instruction or the directive.

Where is the link to proof? Oh wait...

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Noclevermoniker

Cohen’s opening statement and questioning on February 7th will be interesting...

Perhaps he’ll implicate Elvis...or even you.

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