SPUTNIK NEWS – June 13, 2018: According to Israeli newspaper Haaretz, the alleged incident took place on February 13, 2017, when Michael Flynn was forced to resign as Donald Trump’s national security adviser. (BattleForWorld: This one is breaking news!!! But can President Trump push back the Zionists? Because they are so mischief-making. Trump must be careful of these deceptors.)
The US president’s son-in-law and adviser allegedly used an expletive in a conversation with Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer as the latter visited the White House, Haaretz reported. Dermer reportedly sought to sign secret documents with the sitting president, which would allegedly serve as a sign of the US’ commitment not to ask Israel to abandon its purported nuclear arsenal.
(BattleForWorld: I wonder if Kim Jong-un is going to see this bit of news about Israel wanting Trump to sign secret documents on not to talk about Israeli nuclear arsenal.)
The ambassador purportedly wanted to meet privately with Flynn, forcing Trump’s advisers to explain that Dermer could not dictate whom he wished to talked to. According to Haaretz, the aides got a feeling that they were “being taken advantage of.”
Jared Kushner Swore at Israel’s Ambassador for Acting Like He Owned the Place
HAARETZ – June 13, 2018: The article highlights that one of President Trump’s advisor, his son-in-law Jared Kushner, has been pursuing responsibilities regarding a Middle East peace plan. And while Kushner has long expressed sympathy for Israel — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu once slept in his bedroom — and so relations haven’t always been smooth between them.
And that Kushner used profanity to scold Israeli ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer for being too heavy-handed in his dealings with the White House.
On February 13, 2017, the day that Michael Flynn was forced out as national-security adviser, Dermer reportedly went to the White House to try to arrange for Trump to sign secret documents, as other presidents had done, which the Israelis saw as an American commitment not to ask them to give up their undeclared nuclear arsenal. Dermer asked to meet privately with Flynn, prompting aides to explain that he could not dictate whom he wanted to meet with. Advisers felt like they were being taken advantage of, said the Haaretz article.
MSM – June 13, 2018 – (news posted on MSM approximately 3:00 PM EST): Longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen continues to be under pressure to cooperate with federal prosecutors, after the raids of his home and office in April. And a federal judge has set a deadline for June 15 to determine which records from that raid fall under attorney-client privilege.
(BattleForWorld: These Zionists move in mysterious ways. How timely, and I hope this was not because of Jared Kushner’s handling of Ron Dermer.)
CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues, who has been in contact with Cohen, reports there appear to be changes afoot in his legal strategy going forward — on the key question of whether Cohen is ready to cooperate, or whether he will decide to do battle in court. There’s no indication yet, that Cohen is in fact preparing to cooperate with the special counsel.
Still, an arrest of Cohen is not imminent — despite what Cohen has apparently been telling people, a person familiar with the matter has told CBS News.
Attorney–client privilege is dead!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 10, 2018
New York sues to dissolve Donald J. Trump Foundation
NEWS TRUST – June 14, 2018: New York’s attorney general on Thursday sued the Donald J. Trump Foundation, U.S. President Donald Trump, and others, and is seeking to dissolve the foundation after what she called its “persistent illegal conduct” over more than a decade.
Barbara Underwood, the attorney general, said the foundation engaged in “extensive unlawful political coordination” with Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign
WTOP – June 14, 2018: Attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia on Friday expanded their lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of accepting gifts from foreign and state governments, suing him not only as president but in his personal capacity as a businessman.
Legal experts say the move takes the “emoluments” clause of the Constitution into uncharted legal waters, since it has been interpreted as only applying to presidents in their official capacity.
“The conventional understanding is that once the president is sworn in … everything he does is official, so he doesn’t have a personal capacity any longer.
The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Maryland, is one of several recent cases challenging Trump’s ties to his business ventures and his refusal to divest from them.