Emails Reveal Details On Ukraine Aid Hold: ‘There Is In Fact A Paper Trail’ | MTP Daily | MSNBC

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NBC News correspondent Heide Przybyla joins MTP Daily with the latest about the new emails that reveal details about Ukraine aid hold. Aired on 12/23/19.
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Emails Reveal Details On Ukraine Aid Hold: 'There Is In Fact A Paper Trail' | MTP Daily | MSNBC

62 Comments on "Emails Reveal Details On Ukraine Aid Hold: ‘There Is In Fact A Paper Trail’ | MTP Daily | MSNBC"

  1. “Before mass leaders seize the power to fit reality to their lies, their propaganda is marked by its extreme contempt for facts as such, for in their opinion fact depends entirely on the power of man who can fabricate it.”

    Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism
    “It is important that any effort to influence or effect the American public that is not in the public interest be killed by the light of pitiless publicity and analysis.”
    Edward Bernays, Propaganda
    “A man’s character is most evident by how he treats those who are not in a position either to retaliate or reciprocate.” Paul Eldridge, 1948

  2. Bribery obstruction abuse of power, charity fraud. Anyone else would be in jail. Vote all Republicans out in 2020.
    👣💙

    • @Mr Mgoo the power that you claim she is abusing is a power given the House under Constitutional guide lines!!!

    • j walsh – Why ALL Republicans? They didn’t ALL commit crimes.

    • @Bovine One hmm maybe not all Republicans are corrupt,but aiding and abetting a crime is still a CRIME…
      And all Republicans so far are doing nothing to curb trump’s corruption…
      So yeah I’d have to agree with removing all repugnats…

    • Gary Albert – They aren’t ALL aiding and abetting crimes either. That’s like saying that the jurors for OJ Simpson aided his crimes because they VOTED not guilty.

  3. God bless You and Your family Mrs Pelosi. Merry Christmas 🙏🏽

  4. Trump and republicans in the Senate are attempting to pull off the biggest cover-up in American history.

    • @William H then explain it to me if you can???

    • @Alex Boricua wtf are serious? This is for Hillary right? Talk about projection lol the only ones covering up are the Dems.

    • Alex Boricua This isn’t Hillary we are talking

    • @Alex Boricua Demonrats are looney.

    • US News
      NSA Director Rogers Disclosed FISA Abuse Days After Page Warrant Was Issued
      By Jeff Carlson
      67 Comments October 17, 2018 Updated: December 20, 2019

      On March 9, 2016, Department of Justice (DOJ) oversight personnel learned that the FBI had been employing outside contractors who had access to raw Section 702 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) data, and retained that access after their work for the FBI was completed.
      This information was disclosed in a 99-page FISA court ruling on April 26, 2017, that was declassified by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.
      That wasn’t an isolated incident and the improper access granted to outside contractors “seems to have been the result of deliberate decisionmaking” (footnote – page 87).
      The FISA court noted the “FBI’s apparent disregard of minimization rules” and questioned “whether the FBI may be engaging in similar disclosures of raw Section 702 information that have not been reported.”

      On the same day of the discovery of the FBI’s use of private contractors, FBI lawyer Lisa Page sent a text to FBI agent Peter Strzok: “Need to try to fix a HUGE who f-up.” Page quickly corrected her typo by texting “Wfo”—an abbreviation for the FBI’s Washington field office.
      Page would later send another text on the same day, noting, “Need to go meet with andy again now.” Andy was then-Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.
      Following the discovery that outside contractors for the FBI were accessing raw FISA data, then-National Security Agency (NSA) Director Adm. Mike Rogers directed the NSA’s Office of Compliance to conduct a “fundamental baseline review of compliance associated with 702” at some point in early April 2016 (Senate testimony & page 83-84 of court ruling).

      On April 18, 2016, Rogers moved aggressively in response to the disclosures. He abruptly shut down all FBI outside-contractor access. At this point, both the FBI and the DOJ’s National Security Division (NSD) became aware of Rogers’s compliance review. They may have known earlier, but they were certainly aware after outside-contractor access was halted.

      On Sept. 26, 2016, NSD head John Carlin filed the government’s proposed 2016 Section 702 certifications. Carlin knew the general status of Rogers’s compliance review. The NSD was part of the review.
      In his filing, Carlin failed to disclose a Jan. 7, 2016, inspector general report that was highly critical of agency controls for monitoring query compliance. Carlin also failed to disclose the FBI’s use of private contractors and Rogers’s ongoing compliance review.

      Adm. Mike Rogers: I was briefed on something like October the 20th … I then, from memory, went to the Department of Justice and then on to the FISA court at the end of October—I think it was something like the 26th of October—and we informed the court: We have a compliance issue here and we’re concerned that there’s an underlying issue with the technical solution we put in place.
      Sen. James Lankford: So you reported initially to the court, this is an issue, or the court initially came to you and said, we have an issue?
      Rogers: I went to the court and said, we have an issue.
      Rogers’s recollection was correct. On Oct. 24, 2016, Rogers verbally informed the FISA court of his findings (Page 4 of court ruling):

      Rogers informed Collyer of the ongoing FISA abuses by the FBI and NSD just three days after she personally signed the Page FISA warrant.
      To my knowledge, virtually every FBI and NSD official with material involvement in the original Carter Page FISA application would later be removed in one fashion or another. One significant and potentially telling exception is Bill Priestap, who still serves as head of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division.
      Rogers formally retired on May 4, 2018, in a ceremony that paid honor to his service, which is remarkable, given that the Obama administration tried to fire him well over a year earlier.

  5. What’s the penalty for violating the Budget Impoundment and Control Act of 1974 which was meant to stop Nixon from doing exactly what Trump did? What’s the penalty for that?

  6. Can’t wait to vote these corrupt people out like we did in 2018.

  7. So FOIA requests from the media and Think Tanks are more binding than congressional supeonas? There is something very wrong with that fact…

    • it’s a lib thing- congress can issue all the subpoenas it wants- a court of law is needed to enforce them- to tell a person that he needs to show up-

  8. surely you joke, mein failüre | December 23, 2019 at 8:15 PM | Reply

    And now we see part of why Moscow Mitch is in such a hurry to get the articles of impeachment.

  9. Trump would”ve resigned already if the House have gotten the docs they requested already.

  10. Our girl Nancy is at the top of her game. She has her boot on the teflon Don’s neck. Bravo Madame speaker. Keep the pressure on.

  11. Ivanka speads for Quincy Jones | December 23, 2019 at 8:25 PM | Reply

    What’s next, Trump uses taxpayer dollars to enrich his own business? Wait oh, I think he did that as well

  12. All that is required is the truth. If he did nothing wrong then so be it. Release everything. Get everyone, even the dog to testify. Whatever it takes to get to the truth.

    • Trump was 100 percent transparent untill the Dems literally started braking constitutional norms… Biden should be the one testifying if he’s innocent but instead he claims that it’s all lies that have all be debunked which is completely untrue.

    • Valek Stratovarius | December 23, 2019 at 10:27 PM | Reply

      @GilesDMT I’ve already showed you some..Here is some more… 7 million new jobs since he has taken office. Renegotiated USMCA from the horrible NAFTA that sold out America and took most of our jobs. Lowest unemployment for Blacks and Hispanics EVER! Prison reform ACT..Trump signs bill restoring funding for Historically Black Colleges and UniversitiesTrump signs 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund into lawTrump signs bill to fund Autism CARES Act Production of Hemp to become Legal in all 50 States with Farm Bill passageLARGEST DECLINE IN DRUG PRICES IN NEARLY 50 YEARS 480,000 Manufacturing Jobs added since President Trump’s election US Economy Added 266,000 New Jobs in November smashing expectations U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to 50-Year Low; Trump Economy adding over 6.4 million jobs Record 157,005,000 Employed; 19th Record of Trump Era Economic Growth Has Reached 3 Percent for the First Time in More than a Decade…Let me know if you would like some more…THE IS PLENTY MORE

    • @big bruh admitted what exactly?

    • @William H The House voted on the resolution and it passed. You too need to get an education before giving an ignorant opinion.

  13. Another reason to slow walk the Articles of Impeachment. The real juicy stuff has yet to be revealed. Every day the Universe is finally busting the Trump con on America. Although some of us knew it from the beginning.

  14. Radwulf Eboraci | December 23, 2019 at 9:02 PM | Reply

    The missing $30 million is Trump’s ‘finders fee’ like any mob boss he thinks he gets a ‘cut’ of every deal.

    • ask the biden kid?

    • @John Galt if the Biden’s corruption was so important to get to the bottom of,then why didn’t trump start investigating from day one of his term??
      Why did he wait till Joe Biden put his bid in for election???
      Explain that one to me!!

  15. NO-ORWELLIAN Dystopia | December 23, 2019 at 9:03 PM | Reply

    30 millions missing!? that’s Giuliani’s pocket money in Ukraine ..

    • What about the 3 million from Ukraine and the 1 billion from China Biden locked up with a quid pro quo? One set of rules for Demonrats and another set of rules from the GOP?

    • @Ron Allen what about Obama….. what about Hillary….what about immigrants…..the focus is on the traitor/president…..get on board.

    • @unknown unknown my focus is on the blatant double standards. If you’re not going to hold all people accountable, why hold anyone accountable? I will not support a farce, try getting objective views before making judgements, you’ll learn plenty. You can start by reading the IG report.

  16. Trump is corrupt his party is corrupt and its more evident every day.

  17. How is it that this scum bag trump, Gets away with never having to show any records. Such as income tax? And blocking all requests for records of any kind. How does this happen?

  18. The innocent do not fear the truth.

  19. Counterfeit Evangelical Christianity is behind the rise of the evil one in the White House… “You will recognize them by their fruit” – Jesus Christ

  20. This is becoming harder to watch on a daily basis. If Trump was in business in the private sector he’d have been ousted from the company by now. Yet here we are still waiting on the legal process being held hostage by the Senate and the oval office occupant.

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