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Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web: I Did Not Collude, Kushner Says in Prepared Remarks to Senators. Maybe, they (the Russians and others) colluded with him, and maybe even without his knowledge.

 

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Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web: Was Abedin-Weiner emails affair the FBI sting operation, conceived and conducted with the clear political purpose of discrediting Mrs. Clinton?! DOJ inspector general testimony may shed light on 2016 election inquiry

One of the most important, intriguing, and mysterious aspects of the 2016 Elections is the Abedin-Weiner emails affair and directly connected with it, Mr. Comey’s October 28 “surprise” Letter, which most likely changed the voters’ mood and attitude, and most likely changed the outcome of the Elections. “Weiner did not deny sending the messages to the girl, but claimed he was the victim of a hoax.” The “Weinergate” was perceived as “the strange scandal” by some media outlets.

My personal (and I would guess, many other people’s as well) impression, at the time of these events and now, is that Abedin-Weiner emails affair was the FBI “sting operation” (inspired by the foreign – Russian?! – actors?!), conceived and conducted with the clear political purpose of discrediting Mrs. Clinton.

“What better way to keep the ball rolling then some sort of sting operation, to get access to Huma. I Feel something we aren’t being told is going on behind the scenes, and this just a cover story for what is really happening.”

The information about the “Weinergate” on the Internet includes the significant amount of the blatant disinformation, with the interpretation of the events turned in the directly diametrical, opposite direction and repositioned upside down from the feet to the head. This style suggests that this disinformation might be of the foreign origin, which indicates the importance of these issues and events for the hypothetical foreign operators.

“A Scandal Exposed by Patriots to Prevent a Clinton Presidency… Just like Watergate, Operation Weinergate was implemented by those closest to the Democratic nominee… Counter-Coup by White Knights in the Intelligence Community in Progress…
It ought to be apparent to any observer that this entire string of scandals was manufactured by those who wished to send a message LOUD & CLEAR to the Clinton clan that their time is up. The very same message was delivered to the Bush Crime Family by Donald Trump, whereupon Jeb Bush quickly exited the presidential race.”

The former FBI officials, besides its acting members, such as Mr. Kallsrom, and the persons very close to the FBI, such as R. Giuliani, most likely know much more about it than we do, or probably even more than the Congress knows at this point. I think, in my humble opinion, that the Abedin-Wiener emails affair and the circumstances around the October 28 Letter should absolutely be the subject of the investigation by Inspector General Michael Horowitz and other active investigative bodies. This aspect could shed some light on the issue of undue, politicized FBI’s involvement in the elections.

Anthony Weiner was one of the first persons who mentioned the connection between the Trump’s financial difficulties and his ties to the Russian mafia and the oligarchs, and the Weiner’s troubles and the blown out of proportions “scandal” started soon after these public revelations. Please, read my previous posts on these subject and do your own research also.

“The reason he loves Putin, we know this now. The banks no longer loan him money because he’s a terrible risk. So he goes to these (Russian) oligarchs and borrows money. He knows the end game is coming for him. He’s thinking about who he wants to ingratiate himself (with). We have a presidential candidate who is literally kind of approaching Russia on his knees because he needs them to loan him money.”

After Weiner’s opinion was published, he was promptly attacked by Trump, who called him a “sleazeball and pervert.”

This presumed “sting operation” against Weiner might be viewed as an attempt to silence Weiner by the FBI and to prevent the public airing of Weiner’s opinions about Trump and his connections with the Russian oligarchs.

Disclose the parts of the FBI’s Anthony Weiner file under the FOA which are relevant to this subject!

Now Weiner is bound by the FBI’s gag rule, as the condition of his sentence. Rescind this condition, and let him testify openly and fully. These issues are too important for the investigation and for the future directions of the corrective measures to disregard or omit them, they should be the important part of Mr. Horowitz’ activities and report.

Investigate the “investigators”!
Save America!
Reform the FBI! 

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DOJ inspector general testimony may shed light on 2016 election inquiry

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Inspector General Michael Horowitz has offered few public indications of the status of his probe, which some lawmakers said he initially told them was expected to be complete by early next year | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo

Amid criminal and congressional Russia inquiries, Justice’s internal watchdog is quietly running its own review of issues linked to last year’s election.

By Josh Gerstein

Updated

2017-07-25T07:45-0400

With special prosecutor Robert Muellers criminal inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 election now well underway and at least four congressional probes ongoing, it may seem like every aspect of the controversy is already being closely scrutinized.

But theres also a less-noticed investigation by the Justice Departments Office of Inspector General, which has been exploring several issues key to the Russia saga since before President Donald Trumps inauguration.

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Inspector General Michael Horowitz has offered few public indications of the status of his probe, which some lawmakers said he initially told them was expected to be complete by early next year. On Wednesday, hes likely to make his first public statements at a hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the status of his inquiry and whether hell acquiesce to any of the many requests from Republicans and Democrats to expand his review to include the firing of former FBI director James Comey or other developments.

I think hell find a way to engage with the committee on that, while still being a little bit cagey, said Michael Bromwich, who served as Justices inspector general from 1994 to 1999.

About a week before Trumps inauguration in January, Horowitz announced a multi-faceted probe, focused primarily on whether Comey acted properly in his handling of the FBIs investigation into classified information found in Hillary Clintons private email account.

The inquiry has examined Comeys decision to make a public statement about the closure of the investigation in July 2016 and to send politically explosive notices to Congress about developments in the case just before Election Day.

Horowitz also announced a determination to try to get to the bottom of election-season leaks from the FBI and the Justice Department, as well as claims that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabes judgement in the email probe and other matters may have been tainted by financial support his wife received in a state Senate race from Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-Va.), a longtime Clinton backer.

Trump has raised that issue repeatedly in recent months, including in tweet on Tuesday morning.

Problem is that the acting head of the FBI & the person in charge of the Hillary investigation, Andrew McCabe, got $700,000 from H for wife! the president wrote.

In recent months, Horowitzan Obama appointee who previously worked in top roles at the Justice Department under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bushhas been on the receiving end of a slew of letters from lawmakers and interest groups, asking him to expand the scope of the inspector general inquiry.

In February, the then-chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), and the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), asked Horowitz to look into leaks of classified intelligence intercepts about National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

In March, several Senate Democrats led by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) asked the inspector general to explore Attorney General Jeff Sessions decision to recuse himself from the Trump-Russia inquiry.

Later that month, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) urged Horowitz to look at whether White House officials pressured the Justice Department to drop the FBIs investigation of ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.

In May, Chaffetz asked the inspector general to investigate Trumps firing of Comey.

And last month, more than 30 House Democrats asked Horowitz to consider whether Sessions violated the terms of his recusal by taking part in Comeys dismissal.

One of the first things an IG has to do when lawmakers want you to jump is to figure out how high to jump, said Bromwich, who runs the Bromwich Group consulting firm and is senior counsel at law firm Robbins Russell. Youve got to make careful discriminating judgements about what you do. I think Horowitz and his staff will make individual judgements about what is fairly included or can be fairly included without taking him down a rabbit trail.

A spokesman for Horowitz declined to comment this week and has repeatedly rebuffed questions about the status of his inquiry. In a recent letter obtained by POLITICO, the inspector general alludes to the possibility that Muellers May 17 appointment as special counsel could impact and perhaps even limit what the Justice Departments permanent internal watchdog office can do.

Horowitzs letter, sent to Democratic senators more than four months after their request on Sessions recusal, notes that Justice has appointed a Special Counsel to investigate allegations regarding the Russian government interference in the 2016 Presidential election and related matters.

We are continuing to assess what, if any, additional review would be appropriate for the OIG to undertake and will update you as appropriate, Horowitz wrote on July 14, days before he was first scheduled to testify to Senate Judiciary.

The inspector generals response raises the question of whether Mueller and Horowitz are coordinating and whether the inspector general may be asked to step back in certain areas while given the green light in others.

A spokesman for Mueller declined to comment for this story. Horowitzs comments at the hearing may also give hints into what Mueller is up to.

For instance, it seems certain that Comeys firing is now under examination by Mueller, but its less clear whether the special prosecutor will seek to explore in detail Comeys explanations for his actions in the Clinton email probe.

Some of the details of the probe now seem to overlap at least somewhat with what Mueller is doing, Bromwich said. Im sure theyve talked and Muellers criminal investigation would take preeminence and Im sure Michael will defer to some extent to him.

At a hearing just days before he was fired, Comey said he welcomed the inspector general investigation into his decisions.

Yes, I’ve been interviewed. The Inspector General’s inspecting me look and looking at my conduct in the course of the e-mail investigation, whichI know this sounds like a crazy thing to sayI encourage, Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 3.

Comey also pointed to one key feature of an inspector general inquiry: unlike a criminal investigation, it traditionally culminates in a public report.

I want that inspection becauseI want my story told because some of its classified but, also, if I did something wrong, I want to hear that. I don’t think I did, but, yes, I’ve been interviewed and I’m sure I’ll be interviewed again, the then-FBI chief said.

At a committee meeting in May, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said Horowitz had assured his staff that the investigation would move forward, despite the fact that Comeys dismissal obviated the possibility of any punishment for violating department policies or regulations.

Through my staff, I had conversations because we had heard that because of Comey going that he might not continue that investigation, the Iowa senator told colleagues. Hes informed me that he was going to continue the investigation and, if there was any attempt to stop him from continuing that investigation, hes going to let the whole world know.

Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web

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Amid criminal and congressional Russia inquiries, Justice’s internal watchdog is quietly running its own review of issues linked to last year’s election. Source: DOJ inspector general testimony may shed light on 2016 election inquiry – POLITICO

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Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web: Who cares about the American Psychiatric (not Psychoanalytic, please read the previous posts and news) Association, its ethics committee, its Goldwater rule, its prescriptions and its proscriptions, its stupidity, and its little nincompoopy membership?! Just disband them, they push themselves more and more into the utter irrelevance.

Who cares about the American Psychiatric (not Psychoanalytic, please read the previous posts and news) Association, its “ethics committee”, its “Goldwater rule”, its prescriptions and its proscriptions, its stupidity, and its little nincompoopy membership?! Just disband them, they push themselves more and more into the utter irrelevance.

American Psychoanalytic Association, a much more authoritative body, said very clearly: discussions on political matters, including the subject of the Presidents mental health issues, is not a matter of clinical practice, and therefore cannot be regulated by the ethical rules pertaining to the clinical practice.

APA Remains Committed to Supporting Goldwater Rule – American Psychiatric Association


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It’s Not OK to Discuss Donald Trump’s Mental Health, Says Biggest US Psychiatric Group
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American Psychoanalytic Association

July 6th, 2017
Dear Colleagues,
A poll of the Executive Councilors was undertaken June 19-23 after the Austin annual
meeting. Executive Councilors were asked to comment on two things: whether they
endorse the policy that APsaA as an organization speaks to sociopolitical issues only, not
about specific political figures; and whether they support a poll of the membership to
further assess whether the Association should take a public stance on persons.
The poll yielded the following results: 78% of Councilors replied; 100% endorsed the
policy that APsaA as an organization will speak to issues only, not about specific political
figures; 79% opposed a poll of the membership.
The Executive Committee reviewed these results today and decided based on the data not
to survey the membership. APsaA will continue to speak to issues about which it has
something relevant to say.
However, it is important to note that members of APsaA are free to comment about
political figures as individuals. The American Psychiatric Association’s ethical stance
on the Goldwater Rule applies to its members only. APsaA does not consider political
commentary by its individual members an ethical matter. APsaA’s ethical code
concerns clinical practice, not public commentary.
Recent political discussion within our APsaA online communities has broadened to include
diverse opinion. A respectful openness to different points of views is a welcome and
encouraging shift in the direction of the Community Vision that Council unanimously
endorsed in Austin.

Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web

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The President’s been called ‘paranoid and delusional’. Source: Donald Trump’s Mental Health Is Ok To Comment On, Psychoanalysts’ Group Tells Members | HuffPost UK

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Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web: The American Psychiatric Association was run and governed by the FBI informant at its very top (its former President, Carol Bernstein). It degenerated and degraded into the total and complete irrelevance and impotence in scientific and the organizational matters. Very logical and even unavoidable outcome in these circumstances

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The American Psychiatry is nothing without its Psychoanalytic tradition and its depth. Psychopharmacology does not explain the human soul, and it does not even attempt to. Psychoanalysis does not explain it either, but at least it does attempt to, and searches for its “royal roads”, although very often it is simply lost on the old side streets. At least the Psychoanalysis retained its intellectual independence, as exemplified in its stand on the so called “Goldwater rule“.

American Psychiatry is in a deep crisis, and the American Psychiatric Association, a bureaucratic Stalinist institution, which lost its touch with reality a long time ago, is the part, the parcel, and one of the many reasons for this crisis. Apparently, as I have good reasons to believe, at least until very recently, the American Psychiatric Association was led, run, and governed by the FBI informant at its very top (its former “President”, Carol Bernstein, who is nothing more than the mediocre, treacherous, double-dealing nincompoop, hungry for power). It degenerated and degraded into the total and complete irrelevance and impotence in scientific and the organizational matters. Very logical and even unavoidable outcome in these circumstances. 

Investigate this in depth. Clean up and reform the American Psychiatry and the APA (Association). 

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September 12, 2016
Analyze zis, to your hearts’ content! No “Goldwater rules”! We use zi “Hot Water Rules”!

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Psychiatric Group Tells Members It’s OK to Break Silence on Trump’s Bizarre Behavior – Common Dreams

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As President Donald Trump continues to behave bizarrely and erraticallyattacking his own attorney general, launching into a political tirade during a speech to Boy Scouts, bringing his 11-year-old son into the burgeoning Russia controversya 

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Experts Move to Halt Crisis in US Psychiatry

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An expert panel has released a new report containing recommendations to rectify the severe shortage of psychiatrists and the dearth of mental health services in the United States.

Released by the National Council Medical Director Institute, which advises the National Council for Behavioral Health on issues strongly related to clinical practice, the report, The Psychiatric Crisis: Causes and Solutions, contains a wide-ranging set of recommendations that touch on every area of the specialty, including training, funding, and models of care delivery.

Lead authors Joe Parks, MD, medical director, National Council for Behavioral Health, and Patrick Runnels, MD, co-chair, Medical Director Institute, discussed the report’s recommendations at a press briefing on March 28, where they were joined by Saul M. Levin, MD, CEO and medical director of the American Psychiatric Association (APA).

The number of psychiatrists is plummeting down by 10% from 2003 to 2013. The average age of practicing psychiatrists is the mid-50s, compared to the mid-40s for other specialties, said Dr Parks.

Furthermore, approximately 55% of counties across the United States currently have no psychiatrist, and 77% report a severe shortage a situation that is partially due to an increase in demand.

“People want psychiatric services. They know treatment works, and it’s less stigmatizing than it used to be, so people are more willing to accept and seek treatment,” said Dr Parks.

But their search is often in vain. Two thirds of primary care physicians report having trouble getting psychiatric services for patients, so patients often end up in the emergency department.

“There has been a 42% increase in patients going to ERs for psychiatric services in the past 3 years, but most of them aren’t staffed with psychiatrists,” Dr Parks noted.

“So people end up stuck in the ERs for hours and at times days two to three times as long as for general medical conditions.”

To make matters worse, some hospitals are closing inpatient psychiatric units because they cannot find psychiatrists to staff and run them.

The lack of services and long wait times for these scarce services are taking a toll on patients.

“These are people burdened and suffering from anxiety, from depression. Some of them feel suicidal, and some of them have hallucinations,” said Dr Parks.

Psychiatrist Burnout

Psychiatry has not received the increase in support that some other specialties, such as obstetrics and gynecology, have. Psychiatrists also do not get the same ancillary staff to assist them in tasks such as arranging patient follow-up, he added.

In many cases, psychiatrists are forced to receive reimbursement that is lower than usual. “About 40% of psychiatrists are in cash-only services. Psychiatrists are rushed, and they burn out and leave the profession earlier,” said Dr Parks.

He described the current mental health care delivery system as “old fashioned,” noting that it “has not kept up with modern, data-driven, evidence-based technologies and has certainly not taken advantage of some of the new, innovative social media ways we can reach out and touch patients.”

Another “looming potential problem” is immigration. Some 50% of new psychiatry trainees are foreign medical graduates, and changes in visa requirements by the Trump administration could add to the workforce problems, he said.

If nothing is done about the psychiatrist shortage, the demand for psychiatry is expected to outstrip supply by 25% by 2025.

Becoming a psychiatrist requires 12,000 hours of training, said Dr Levin, who heads the APA, the largest psychiatric association in the world.

According to Dr Runnels, medical students are more likely to opt for a psychiatry residency if the medical school’s psychiatric department offers a highly-rated and relatively long rotation.

“That’s hugely important, and medical schools need to start working on that,” he said. He added that currently, many training “milestones” are “fuzzily or not well-defined.”

Training does not adequately address team-based collaborative care or supervision of clinicians from other disciplines, for example, physician assistants, said Dr Runnels.

“Medication-assisted treatment for addictions is definitely something that most residents get very little exposure to,” he added.

New Models of Care

The expert panel that developed the report included representatives from all areas of healthcare. In addition to psychiatrists, it included CEOs of healthcare organizations, primary and managed care representatives, academic experts, and those representing related professions, such as nursing.

The panel was tasked to develop recommendations that were “specific and actionable not broad, vague, pie in the sky but things that a payer could do, things that government could do, things that individual psychiatrists could do, and things that the professional organizations could do to relieve this emergency,” said Dr Parks.

The expert panel recommended that the care delivery system be updated so that psychiatrists would operate more as expert consultants and work in teams, said Dr Parks.

“So they would do the essential things only psychiatrists can do and delegate other parts of care and follow-up for patients who are stable, or services that can be provided by other professionals, such as psychiatric nurses or perhaps physician assistants.”

The panel also recommended new and advanced forms of treatment, such as collaborative care and telepsychiatry.

“We should all be advocating for new, innovative models of care, such as telepsychiatry, which can increase access to specialty psychiatric services across the country,” said Dr Levin.

“We would love to see more telepsychiatry, and we would love to see the payment system actually pay for it,” he added. However, he said, it is important to ensure that patients who receive treatment remotely are “always safe” and that if they begin to show signs and symptoms of distress on the psychiatry call, “we are able to get them help very quickly.”

The APA has a toolkit to help educate psychiatrists and other healthcare providers on how to practice telepsychiatry, said Dr Levin. “I think we all see this as one of the ways we are going to be practicing well into the future.”

The panel also wants to see burdensome governmental rules removed. For example, said Dr Parks, a psychiatrist who provides telepsychiatry services in eight states now has to be licensed in all eight states.

As for medical education, the task force recommended that all residents receive integrated care experience and be placed in a range of different settings to broaden their experience with medication-assisted treatment programs and collaboration with other professions.

Cost-Saving Investment

All of this requires additional funding, which the panel also addressed.

“We are aware that overall, the healthcare system is looking to cut costs, so we want to point out that our call for increased funding for psychiatry was not something we took lightly,” said Dr Runnels.

“However, we want people to understand that our call for increased funding is about helping to save money overall.”

He pointed out that the use of psychiatry services leads to overall reductions in spending on healthcare.

“We believe insurance companies are leaving money on the table by not adequately funding those services.”

Some of the report’s specific recommendations include the following:

  • Removing barriers to integrated care: Fund technical assistance programs that help develop alternatives to fee-for-service reimbursement models, because chronic physical conditions are known to improve when mental health conditions are managed, particularly among high-risk populations.
  • Cutting red tape: Streamline administrative paperwork so that physicians can spend more time with patients and that information exchanges between physicians are more attuned to the patients’ needs.
  • Changing how psychiatrists are paid: Create awareness about behavioral health’s role in the total cost of care, then shift from fee-for-service arrangements to bundled payments to increase the quality of care and reduce the overall cost of care.
  • Improving confidentiality regulations: Although the recently revised 42 CFR Part 2 confidentiality regulations are advances, they burden psychiatrists by restricting information regarding treatment of substance use disorder, sometimes keeping patients and their families in the dark to protect psychiatrists.

The authors of the report made other recommendations specific to government and payers, healthcare treatment, and advocacy organizations, as well as nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other stakeholders. The full report is available for download.

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Dealing With American Psychiatry’s Gag Rule

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Dr Glass is a psychoanalyst and Associate Professor of Psychiatry (Part-time) … Since 1973, the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) Code of Ethics … for a psychiatrist to offer a professional opinion unless he or she has …

Diagnosing Trump: How Psychoanalysis Lost Its Voice

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… mental health professionals even outside the purview of the APA that much of … Unlike in the U.S., the cross-pollination of psychoanalysis, social reform, … theorist and one-time head of the AmericanPolitical Science Association, … the Goldwater Rule or our own historical reluctance to share our clinical …

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Psychiatrists Debate Weighing in on Trump’s Mental Health

Scientific AmericanFeb 15, 2017
On Tuesday 35 U.S. psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers … and director of the Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, says she was … how a person’s mental health may affect other people and his or her ability to perform. … the association pointed to a letter published by APApresident Maria …
Mental Health Professionals Warn About Trump
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Take Two Pills and …

Psychiatric TimesJan 19, 2017
… ways to improve self-awareness in addition to psychoanalysis. … later, and President of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) in 1981.

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Psychiatry Group Tells Members They Can Discuss President …

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In an email, the American Psychoanalytic Association told its 3,500 members they don’t have to abide by the Goldwater Rule, which states that …

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Psychiatry group tells members they can defy ‘Goldwater rule’ and …

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The statement, an email this month from the executive committee of the American Psychoanalytic Association to its 3,500 members, represents …

Donald Trump Mental Health: Psychiatry Group Says Ok to Talk

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A psychiatry group told its members they can comment on the mental health of President Trumpgoing against the longstanding so-called Goldwater Rule, a self-imposed code that prevents the psychiatry community from commenting on the mental health of public figures.

In an email, the American Psychoanalytic Association told its 3,500 members they don’t have to abide by the Goldwater Rule, which states that mental health professionals should not discuss the mental state of someone they have not personally evaluated, Stat News reported on Tuesday.

“We don’t want to prohibit our members from using their knowledge responsibly,” Prudence Gourguechon, past president of the association, told Stat News.

The debate over whether health professionals can comment on Trump’s mental faculties has raged since the president was elected, with several mental health experts arguing that the Goldwater Rule needs more flexibility regards to Trump. An online petition that calls Trump “mentally ill,” started by psychiatrist John Gartner, has received more than 55,000 signatures since April.

Despite the note from the American Psychoanalytic Association, the American Psychiatric Associationwhich has more than 37,000 members said on Tuesday that it continues to stand by the Goldwater Rule.

The Goldwater Rule stems from a controversy in 1964, when Fact magazine reported that more than 1,000 mental health professionals said they believed that then-Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater was not mentally fit for office. Goldwater successfully sued Fact for libel after he lost the election, leading to the rule’s addition to the American Psychiatric Association’s ethics guidelines.

The American Psychoanalytic Association did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Psychiatry Group Tells Members They Can Discuss President Trump’s Mental Health – TIME

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The Mind of Donald Trump

The AtlanticMay 16, 2016
In domestic politics, Nixon was widely recognized to be cunning, callous, cynical, and Machiavellian, even by the standards of American politicians. Empathy …

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Psychology group drops rule banning members from commenting …

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Members of the American Psychoanalytic Association have been … The American Psychiatric Association, a separate group with 37,000 …
Evaluating Trump’s Psyche In Public
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How the Left Hijacked the American Psychiatric Association and …

American ThinkerJul 16, 2017
The Pentagon is working to delay the July 1 deadline to fully implement the Obama-initiated policy that one year ago lifted the ban on …
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The Goldwater rule stems from the 1964 Presidential election. Fact magazine at the time polled more than 12,000 psychiatrists on whether …

Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web

Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Experts Move to Halt Crisis in US Psychiatry

A panel of mental health professionals has developed a broad set of recommendations to address the dwindling number of psychiatrists, a lack of mental health services, and professional burnout. Source: Experts Move to Halt Crisis in US Psychiatry

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Donald Trump Mental Health: Psychiatry Group Says Ok to Talk | Time.com

It goes against a longstanding self-imposed rule Source: Donald Trump Mental Health: Psychiatry Group Says Ok to Talk | Time.com

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Do progressives really want a President Pence? | Opinion | alligator.org

Do progressives really want a President Pence? Their immediate answer may be: yes, impeach President Donald Trump no matter what, but if progressives considered what was best for their agenda, Source: Do progressives really want a President Pence? | Opinion | alligator.org

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: US considering arms to Ukraine, says envoy Volker BBC News

Washington is reviewing whether to arm those fighting Russian-backed rebels, says a new envoy. Source: US considering arms to Ukraine, says envoy Volker – BBC News

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Trump White House Tests a Nations Capacity for Outrage The New York Times

Source: Trump White House Tests a Nations Capacity for Outrage – The New York Times

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Federal news service sniffed in the White House SPIEGEL ONLINE

“Ausspähen unter Freunden geht gar nicht”? Der BND bespitzelte in der Vergangenheit nach SPIEGEL-Informationen jahrelang Tausende Ziele in den USA, darunter Anschlüsse im Weißen Haus und in Militäreinrichtungen. Source: Federal news service sniffed in the White House – SPIEGEL ONLINE

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Spying on the White House, Hacking Phones and Flying the Flag | theTrumpet.com

Source: Spying on the White House, Hacking Phones and Flying the Flag | theTrumpet.com

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: German Secret Service Spied on the White House | theTrumpet.com

Source: German Secret Service Spied on the White House | theTrumpet.com

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Who Is Spying on the U.S.? German Intelligence Had American Surveillance Targets, Says Report

Findings are likely to embarrass the German government at a time when U.S.-German relations are already strained. Source: Who Is Spying on the U.S.? German Intelligence Had American Surveillance Targets, Says Report

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: German intelligence accused of spying on USA

German intelligence systematically spied on the White House and US government departments over a number of years, it has been claimed. Source: German intelligence accused of ‘spying on USA’

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Trump reportedly musing about bringing Rudy Giuliani on as attorney general Business Insider

Trump is reportedly musing about bringing former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on as his Attorney General, multiple White House sources told Axios Monday. Source: Trump reportedly musing about bringing Rudy Giuliani on as attorney general – Business Insider

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Web World Times wwtimes.com on The Web: Exclusive: Trump ponders Rudy Giuliani for attorney general Axios

Source: Exclusive: Trump ponders Rudy Giuliani for attorney general – Axios

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Michael Novakhov In My Opinion on The Web: I Did Not Collude, Kushner Says in Prepared Remarks to Senators. Maybe, they (the Russians and others) colluded with him, and maybe even without his knowledge.

‘I Did Not Collude,’ Kushner Says in Prepared Remarks to Senators. Maybe, they (the Russians and others) colluded with him, and maybe even without his knowledge. Does it change much? 

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» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion – on The Web: Was Abedin-Weiner emails affair the FBI “sting operation”, conceived and conducted with the clear political purpose of discrediting Mrs. Clinton?! – DOJ inspector general testimony may shed light on 2016 elec
26/07/17 10:18 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
One of the most important, intriguing, and mysterious aspects of the 2016 Elections is the Abedin-Weiner emails affair and directly connected with it, Mr. Comey’s October 28 “surprise” Letter , which most likely changed…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: DOJ inspector general testimony may shed light on 2016 election inquiry – POLITICO
26/07/17 09:21 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Amid criminal and congressional Russia inquiries, Justice’s internal watchdog is quietly running its own review of issues linked to last year’s election. Source: DOJ inspector general testimony may shed light on 2016 election…

» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion – on The Web: Who cares about the American Psychiatric (not Psychoanalytic, please read the previous posts and news) Association, its “ethics committee”, it’s “Goldwater rule”, its prescriptions and its proscriptions, its 
26/07/17 08:40 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Who cares about the American Psychiatric (not Psychoanalytic, please read the previous posts and news) Association, its “ethics committee”, its “Goldwater rule”, its prescriptions and its proscriptions, its stupid…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: The CIA is entering a danger zone. Here’s the map. – The Washington Post
26/07/17 06:47 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: The CIA is entering a danger zone. Here’s the map. – The Washington Post Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Saved and Shared Articles Review: Director Pompeo Details How the CIA Is Changing Under President Trump – Washington Free Beacon – Saved Stories
26/07/17 06:31 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
  Saved Stories – None Director Pompeo Details How the CIA Is Changing Under President Trump Director Pompeo Details How the CIA Is Changing Under President Trump – Washington Free Beacon Clinton book to double down on R…

» Saved and Shared Articles Review: » Commenting on Trump’s mental health is fine, psychiatry group says … – The Verge 25/07/17 19:18 from Mike Nova’s Shared NewsLinks mikenova shared this story from psychoanalysis of Donald Trump – Google News. The Verge C
25/07/17 20:01 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
» Commenting on Trump’s mental health is fine, psychiatry group says … – The Verge 25/07/17 19:18 from Mike Nova’s Shared NewsLinks mikenova shared this story from psychoanalysis of Donald Trump – Google New…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Donald Trump’s Mental Health Is Ok To Comment On, Psychoanalysts’ Group Tells Members | HuffPost UK
25/07/17 17:46 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The President’s been called ‘paranoid and delusional’. Source: Donald Trump’s Mental Health Is Ok To Comment On, Psychoanalysts’ Group Tells Members | HuffPost UK Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion – on The Web: The American Psychiatric Association was run and governed by the FBI informant at its very top (its former “President”, Carol Bernstein). It degenerated and degraded into the total and complete irrelevance an
25/07/17 11:13 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The American Psychiatry is nothing without its Psychoanalytic tradition and its depth. Psychopharmacology does not explain the human soul, and it does not even attempt to. Psychoanalysis does not explain it either, but at least it does a…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Experts Move to Halt Crisis in US Psychiatry
25/07/17 10:36 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
A panel of mental health professionals has developed a broad set of recommendations to address the dwindling number of psychiatrists, a lack of mental health services, and professional burnout. Source: Experts Move to Halt Crisis in US P…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Donald Trump Mental Health: Psychiatry Group Says Ok to Talk | Time.com
25/07/17 10:28 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
It goes against a longstanding self-imposed rule Source: Donald Trump Mental Health: Psychiatry Group Says Ok to Talk | Time.com Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Do progressives really want a President Pence? | Opinion | alligator.org
25/07/17 09:26 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Do progressives really want a President Pence? Their immediate answer may be: “yes, impeach President Donald Trump no matter what,” but if progressives considered what was best for their agenda, Source: Do progressives really want a Pres…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: US considering arms to Ukraine, says envoy Volker – BBC News
25/07/17 09:22 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Washington is reviewing whether to arm those fighting Russian-backed rebels, says a new envoy. Source: US considering arms to Ukraine, says envoy Volker – BBC News Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Trump White House Tests a Nation’s Capacity for Outrage – The New York Times
25/07/17 09:15 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Trump White House Tests a Nation’s Capacity for Outrage – The New York Times Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Federal news service sniffed in the White House – SPIEGEL ONLINE
25/07/17 06:53 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
“Ausspähen unter Freunden geht gar nicht”? Der BND bespitzelte in der Vergangenheit nach SPIEGEL-Informationen jahrelang Tausende Ziele in den USA, darunter Anschlüsse im Weißen Haus und in Militäreinrichtungen. Source: Feder…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Spying on the White House, Hacking Phones and Flying the Flag | theTrumpet.com
24/07/17 14:36 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Spying on the White House, Hacking Phones and Flying the Flag | theTrumpet.com Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: German Secret Service Spied on the White House | theTrumpet.com
24/07/17 14:34 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: German Secret Service Spied on the White House | theTrumpet.com Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Who Is Spying on the U.S.? German Intelligence Had American Surveillance Targets, Says Report
24/07/17 13:27 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Findings are likely to embarrass the German government at a time when U.S.-German relations are already strained. Source: Who Is Spying on the U.S.? German Intelligence Had American Surveillance Targets, Says Report Web World Times – wwt…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: German intelligence accused of ‘spying on USA’
24/07/17 13:12 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
German intelligence systematically spied on the White House and US government departments over a number of years, it has been claimed. Source: German intelligence accused of ‘spying on USA’ Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on …

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Trump reportedly musing about bringing Rudy Giuliani on as attorney general – Business Insider
24/07/17 11:48 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Trump is reportedly musing about bringing former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on as his Attorney General, multiple White House sources told Axios Monday. Source: Trump reportedly musing about bringing Rudy Giuliani on as attorney ge…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Exclusive: Trump ponders Rudy Giuliani for attorney general – Axios
24/07/17 11:44 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Exclusive: Trump ponders Rudy Giuliani for attorney general – Axios Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion – on The Web: ‘I Did Not Collude,’ Kushner Says in Prepared Remarks to Senators. Maybe, they (the Russians and others) colluded with him, and maybe even without his knowledge.
24/07/17 11:13 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
‘I Did Not Collude,’ Kushner Says in Prepared Remarks to Senators. Maybe, they (the Russians and others) colluded with him, and maybe even without his knowledge. Does it change much?  Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion – on The…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: The Legal Battle Behind the Trump Tower Meeting – NBC News
24/07/17 09:37 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
When the Trumps and the Russians talk about “adoption,” this is the bitter fight they’re talking about. Source: The Legal Battle Behind the Trump Tower Meeting – NBC News Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion – on The Web: What do you see in this lady’s deep blue eyes? I see just hypocrisy poorly disguised as “humanity”.
24/07/17 09:02 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
What do you see in this lady’s deep blue eyes? I see just hypocrisy poorly disguised as “humanity”. Her stare is beautiful, charming, engaging, pulling to like and love her, but empty . I suspect, that the artist , whos…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: For Trump and Putin, Sanctions Are a Setback Both Sought to Avoid – The New York Times
24/07/17 08:27 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: For Trump and Putin, Sanctions Are a Setback Both Sought to Avoid – The New York Times Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion – on The Web: The fall of Trump might mean the eventual fall of Putin
24/07/17 06:16 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The fall of Trump might mean the eventual fall of Putin after the loss of his “last straw” and the non-delivery of the relief of sanctions and other goodies, which might be viewed as the “breach of contract” by th…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: White House Signals Acceptance of Russia Sanctions Bill – The New York Times
24/07/17 05:41 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: White House Signals Acceptance of Russia Sanctions Bill – The New York Times Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: TASS: Russian Politics & Diplomacy – Seleznyov’s sentence may be extended by tacked on charges from two more US states — lawyer
24/07/17 05:15 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The lawyer noted that the court decisions in the other states may extend his defendant’s prison term Source: TASS: Russian Politics & Diplomacy – Seleznyov’s sentence may be extended by tacked on charges from two more US states…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: (60) Eric Shawn reports: Kislyak, Sessions and Russian sanctions – YouTube
23/07/17 19:46 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Jussi Bjorling “Kuda, kuda vy udalilis” E. Onegin Live 1960
23/07/17 19:21 from Video News – The World Web News
Jussi Bjorling “Kuda, kuda vy udalilis” E. Onegin Live 1960 https://t.co/Xfd4wBW9xa via @YouTube — Mike Nova (@mikenov) July 23, 2017

» Videos and Sound – on The Web: Jussi Bjorling “Kuda, kuda vy udalilis” E. Onegin Live 1960
23/07/17 19:21 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Jussi Bjorling “Kuda, kuda vy udalilis” E. Onegin Live 1960 https://t.co/Xfd4wBW9xa via @YouTube — Mike Nova (@mikenov) July 23, 2017 Videos and Sound – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com: Trump Barrels Down a Road of No Return – Bloomberg
23/07/17 11:56 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Trump Barrels Down a Road of No Return – Bloomberg Web World Times – wwtimes.com

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Trump Barrels Down a Road of No Return – Bloomberg
23/07/17 11:56 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Trump Barrels Down a Road of No Return – Bloomberg Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» James Bond 007 Skyfall by Adele [OFFICIAL FULL MUSIC VIDEO]
23/07/17 11:11 from Video News – The World Web News
James Bond 007 Skyfall by Adele [OFFICIAL FULL MUSIC VIDEO] https://t.co/RcQGlU3I11 via @YouTube — Mike Nova (@mikenov) July 23, 2017

» Videos and Sound: James Bond 007 Skyfall by Adele [OFFICIAL FULL MUSIC VIDEO]
23/07/17 11:11 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
James Bond 007 Skyfall by Adele [OFFICIAL FULL MUSIC VIDEO] https://t.co/RcQGlU3I11 via @YouTube — Mike Nova (@mikenov) July 23, 2017 Videos and Sound

» Videos and Sound – on The Web: James Bond 007 Skyfall by Adele [OFFICIAL FULL MUSIC VIDEO]
23/07/17 11:11 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
James Bond 007 Skyfall by Adele [OFFICIAL FULL MUSIC VIDEO] https://t.co/RcQGlU3I11 via @YouTube — Mike Nova (@mikenov) July 23, 2017 Videos and Sound – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com: Is Trump bad news for Putin? – The Atlantic
23/07/17 06:18 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Is Trump bad news for Putin? – The Atlantic Web World Times – wwtimes.com

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Is Trump bad news for Putin? – The Atlantic
23/07/17 06:18 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Is Trump bad news for Putin? – The Atlantic Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com: 5:06 PM 7/22/2017 – The Web: News, Reviews, Analysis, Opinions from mikenova (14 sites) mikenov on Twitter: The Invisible Kremlin Hand Michael Novakhov In My Opinion webworldtimes.com/blog/2017/07/2 Web World Times wwtimes.c
22/07/17 17:07 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The Web: News, Reviews, Analysis, Opinions from mikenova (14 sites) mikenov on Twitter: The Invisible Kremlin Hand Michael Novakhov In My Opinion webworldtimes.com/blog/2017/07/2 Web World Times wwtimes.com: Pompeo: Russia interfered in …

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: 5:06 PM 7/22/2017 – The Web: News, Reviews, Analysis, Opinions from mikenova (14 sites) mikenov on Twitter: The Invisible Kremlin Hand Michael Novakhov In My Opinion webworldtimes.com/blog/2017/07/2 Web World Ti
22/07/17 17:07 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The Web: News, Reviews, Analysis, Opinions from mikenova (14 sites) mikenov on Twitter: The Invisible Kremlin Hand Michael Novakhov In My Opinion webworldtimes.com/blog/2017/07/2 Web World Times wwtimes.com: Pompeo: Russia interfered in …

» Saved and Shared Articles Review: The “Invisible” Kremlin Hand by mikenova Saturday July 22nd, 2017 at 4:58 PM Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion
22/07/17 17:01 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The “Invisible” Kremlin Hand by mikenova Saturday July 22nd, 2017 at 4:58 PM Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion 1 Share The “Invisible” Kremlin Hand pulls the strings: force Sessions to resign, fire Mueller, suppress the investigation. “Ni…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com: Pompeo: Russia interfered in 2016 election – and 2012, 2008, 1976 … – Hot Air Hot Air
22/07/17 11:59 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
“My point was simply this: This threat is real.” Source: Pompeo: Russia interfered in 2016 election – and 2012, 2008, 1976 … – Hot Air Hot Air Web World Times – wwtimes.com

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Pompeo: Russia interfered in 2016 election – and 2012, 2008, 1976 … – Hot Air Hot Air
22/07/17 11:59 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
“My point was simply this: This threat is real.” Source: Pompeo: Russia interfered in 2016 election – and 2012, 2008, 1976 … – Hot Air Hot Air Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com: Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related matters with Russian ambassador, U.S. intelligence intercepts show – The Washington Post
22/07/17 10:38 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related matters with Russian ambassador, U.S. intelligence intercepts show – The Washington Post Web World Times – wwtimes.com

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related matters with Russian ambassador, U.S. intelligence intercepts show – The Washington Post
22/07/17 10:38 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Source: Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related matters with Russian ambassador, U.S. intelligence intercepts show – The Washington Post Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com: Russian Military Could Force The U.S. Out of Syria, Army Official Says
22/07/17 09:00 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Special Forces head General Raymond Thomas said that, while the U.S. may wanna stay, Syria was a sovereign state and its government backs Russia. Source: Russian Military Could Force The U.S. Out of Syria, Army Official Says Web World Ti…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Russian Military Could Force The U.S. Out of Syria, Army Official Says
22/07/17 09:00 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Special Forces head General Raymond Thomas said that, while the U.S. may wanna stay, Syria was a sovereign state and its government backs Russia. Source: Russian Military Could Force The U.S. Out of Syria, Army Official Says Web World Ti…

» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion: The “Invisible” Russian Hand
22/07/17 08:21 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The “Invisible” Russian Hand pulls the strings: force Sessions to resign, fire Mueller, suppress the investigation. “Nice job”, Kislyak! This is his last (?) partying “goodbye present”. The “Russ…

» Michael Novakhov – In My Opinion: The “Invisible” Kremlin Hand
22/07/17 08:21 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
The “Invisible” Kremlin Hand pulls the strings: force Sessions to resign, fire Mueller, suppress the investigation.  “Nice job”, Kislyak! This is his last (?) “goodbye present” . The “ Kremlin Pl…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com: Intel shows Sessions spoke about Trump campaign with Russian ambassador | New York Post
21/07/17 19:21 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke to the Russian ambassador about issues related to President Trump’s campaign, despite his public denials about making such interactions, a report Source: Intel shows Sessions spoke about Trump campaig…

» Web World Times – wwtimes.com – on The Web: Intel shows Sessions spoke about Trump campaign with Russian ambassador | New York Post
21/07/17 19:21 from 1. Sites and Names from mikenova (17 sites)
Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke to the Russian ambassador about issues related to President Trump’s campaign, despite his public denials about making such interactions, a report Source: Intel shows Sessions spoke about Trump campaig…

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