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Trump Panama Tower ‘Riddled’ With Drug, Mob Money

Ivanka and the mobIn the spring of 2007, a succession of foreigners, many from Russia, arrived at Panama City airport to be greeted by a chauffeur who whisked them off in a white Cadillac with a Donald Trump logo on the side.

The limousine belonged to a business run by a Brazilian former car salesman named Alexandre Ventura Nogueira, who was offering the visitors a chance to invest in Trump’s latest project – a 70-floor tower called the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower. It was the future U.S. president’s first international hotel venture, a complex including residential apartments and a casino in a waterfront building shaped like a sail.

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Mueller Subpoenaed Trump Campaign for More Documents

Robert Mueller subpoenaed Trump WH for more documents

Special Counsel Robert Mueller served U.S. President Donald Trump’s election campaign a subpoena in mid-October, according to two people familiar with the matter, in the latest sign that his criminal investigation is aggressively pursuing links between campaign officials and Russia.

The subpoena to more than a dozen campaign officials sought documents related to any contacts they had with Russian operatives, according to one of the people who requested anonymity to speak about sensitive investigative matters.

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Hope Hicks may hold the keys to Mueller's Russia puzzle

Hope Hicks may hold keys to Mueller probe

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team is preparing to interview the woman who’s seen it all: Hope Hicks.

She’s been part of Donald Trump’s inner circle for years, first at Trump Tower and then as an omnipresent gatekeeper and fixer who could get emails or other communications directly to the boss during the 2016 campaign.

As a senior White House adviser and now as communications director, she’s been in the room for moments critical to Mueller’s probe, which has grown to include the president’s response to the Russia investigation itself.

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Court documents show key claim made by Roy Moore’s attorney was a lie

Moore did not preside over accuser's divorce case

At a press conference Wednesday afternoon, attorneys for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R) attempted to refute sexual assault accusations made earlier this week by Beverly Young Nelson.

In addition to challenging the yearbook signature, attorney Phillip Jauregui also suggested Nelson was not credible because she said she had no contact with Moore. Jauregui claimed that Nelson had contact with Moore when he presided over her divorce case in 1999. The documentation of that divorce proceeding, however, undermines this claim.

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Christopher Steele believes his dossier on Trump-Russia is 70-90% accurate

Christopher Steele believes his dossier is 70 -90% correct

Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence officer who compiled an explosive dossier of allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, believes it to 70% to 90% accurate, according to a new book on the covert Russian intervention in the 2016 US election.

The book, Collusion: How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win, by Guardian journalist Luke Harding, quotes Steele as telling friends that he believes his reports – based on sources cultivated over three decades of intelligence work – will be vindicated as the US special counsel investigation digs deeper into contacts between Trump, his associates and Moscow.

“I’ve been dealing with this country for thirty years. Why would I invent this stuff?” Steele is quoted as saying.

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National counterterrorism chief to retire at the end of year

Nick Rassmussen to resign Nick Rasmussen, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), will retire at the end of the year, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said Wednesday.

Rasmussen, a longtime federal employee and former member of President George W. Bush's National Security Council (NSC), has served in the NCTC's leadership since 2012. He became its director in 2014.

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Cordray to Resign From Consumer Protection Agency, Allowing Trump to Remake

Cordray resigns from Consumer Protection AgencyRichard Cordray will step down as the head of a controversial consumer watchdog at the end of the month amid growing speculation that he will run for governor of Ohio as a Democrat.

His decision means President Donald Trump should soon get to install his own director atop the Consumer Protection Financial Bureau, a regulator set up in response to the 2008 financial crisis to police mortgages, credit cards and other financial products. Cordray’s departure gives Republican lawmakers and bankers the chance to push a deregulatory agenda at an agency they say has too much power and has burdened lenders with unnecessary red tape.

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