♠ Die GeldMonarchie und US Präsident Trump

Aktivitäten, die Potential haben, den US Präsident Trump zu diskreditieren. Entweder um ein Amtsenthebungsverfahren anzustreben oder zumindest seine Wiederwahl zu verhindern. Bei der Auseinandersetzung zwischen Trump und FBI ist unmittelbar zu erkennen, das Trump kein Geldsoldat der GeldMonarchie ist. Sie wollen Trump möglichst schnell wieder loswerden.

Die FBI Geschichte können sie sich in Englisch bei “The Guardian” anschauen: Trump and FBI.

USA Präsident Donald Trump


Donald Trump wurde am 20. Januar 2017 als 45. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika vereidigt.

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2017 – dismissal of U.S. attorneys


On March 10, 2017, Jeff Sessions, who was appointed United States Attorney General by President Donald Trump, requested the resignations of 46 United States Attorneys. Some resignations were declined by Sessions or Trump. Media outlets described Sessions’s move as abrupt and unexpected, but not unprecedented. The other 47 U.S. Attorneys had previously tendered their resignations upon Trump’s inauguration.

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2017 – Rod Rosenstein empfielt FBI Chef zu entlassen



President Donald Trump nominated Rosenstein to serve as Deputy Attorney General for the United States Department of Justice on January 13, 2017.

On May 9, 2017, he wrote a memo to Attorney General Jeff Sessions providing the basis for Sessions’ recommendation to President Trump that FBI Director James Comey be dismissed.


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Trump, FBI on collision course as secret memo’s release loom


Washington braced Thursday for the release of an explosive memo alleging abuse of power in the FBI’s probe of Donald Trump’s campaign.

The four-page memo was written by Republican lawmaker Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and purports to show the Justice Department and the FBI as deeply politicized, anti-Trump agencies.

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FBI challenges White House over explosive Russia case memo


The FBI warned Wednesday it has “grave concerns” over the accuracy of a secret Congressional memo that could depict the agency as deeply politicized, as President Donald Trump’s top aide signalled the White House would allow the document’s release.

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Trump accuses Justice Dept, FBI of pro-Democrat bias


US President Donald Trump publicly attacked the FBI’s leadership Friday, accusing them of politicizing their investigations in favor of Democrats as he gets set to approve the release of an explosive memo alleging the agency’s abuse of power.

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Trump, Republicans release memo targeting FBI’s Russia probe


Donald Trump and his Republican allies unleashed a controversial memo accusing the FBI of bias and abuse of power Friday, intensifying a high-stakes fight between the White House and prosecutors investigating the president’s campaign team.

Trump defied his own FBI director and the Justice Department to declassify the four-page Republican document, which implies malfeasance and partisanship at the very top of American law enforcement.

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Trump demands prosecution of ex-FBI chief Comey


US President Donald Trump called for the prosecution of former FBI chief James Comey on Friday, unleashing a vitriolic response to the lawman’s tell-all memoir.

Trump branded Comey weak, a “LEAKER & LIAR” and an untruthful “slime ball” in a two-part Twitter tirade, as the first reports of the ex-FBI boss’ highly critical 300-plus-page book emerged.

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Khashoggi case: CCTV disappears from Saudi consulate in Turkey


Security camera footage was removed from the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and Turkish staff were abruptly told to take a holiday on the day the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared while inside the building, Turkish authorities have claimed.

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Saudi Arabia to hit back in case of sanctions over Jamal Khashoggi


JP Morgan and Ford join ranks of companies pulling out of Saudi conference as UK, Germany and France call for credible investigation

Saudi Arabia has said it will retaliate against any sanctions imposed over the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, as JP Morgan and Ford swelled the ranks of western companies pulling out of a high-profile conference in Riyadh next week.

The diplomatic standoff over the fate of Khashoggi, who has been missing since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October and is presumed to have been murdered, threatens Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s to reform efforts to reform the kingdom’s economy. The Riyadh stock market had its biggest fall in years on Sunday.

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Trump doubts Saudi account of journalist’s death: ‘There’s been deception, and there’s been lies’


President Trump strongly criticized Saudi Arabia’s explanation for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi late Saturday, saying that “obviously there’s been deception, and there’s been lies.”

At the same time, Trump defended the oil-rich monarchy as an “incredible ally” and kept open the possibility that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman did not order Saudi agents to kill Khashoggi.

“Nobody has told me he’s responsible. Nobody has told me he’s not responsible. We haven’t reached that point . . . I would love if he wasn’t responsible,” Trump said in a phone interview with The Washington Post.

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Jamal Khashoggi: murder in the consulate


After days of denial, Saudi Arabia has now said that the writer Jamal Khashoggi died in a ‘fist fight’ at its Istanbul consulate. pieces together events surrounding this death and the investigation, and links to Riyadh’s controversial crown prince

On 2 October one Saudi citizen, Jamal Khashoggi, stood at the fence line, pondering his next move. Khashoggi needed to deal with paperwork that proved he had the legal right to marry the woman nervously standing with him that day, his new Turkish fiancee, Hatice Cengiz.

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‘You can’t even walk, there’s just so many people’: Migrant caravan bound for US swells despite Trump threats


A caravan of Central American migrants marching into Mexico bound for the United States grew to at least 5,000 people Sunday despite threats from President Donald Trump to use the U.S. military to seal the border.

The Los Angeles Times, citing Gerardo Hernandez, head of the local government’s emergency services, reported that 7,233 immigrants had registered over the past three days at a shelter in Ciudad Hidalgo. Hernandez said his agency has been asked to help provide the immigrants with food and shelter.

The Washington Post, citing Rodrigo Aveja, one of the group’s organizers, reported Sunday night that the caravan included at least 5,600 people.

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Guardian Editor Blames President Trump for Khashoggi’s Death


Guardian’s Readers’ Editor Paul Chadwick said President Trump’s “spreading of hatred towards journalism and its serious practitioners” leads to “bone saws.”

“Enraged by the apparent butchering of Jamal Khashoggi, and moved by an impassioned cry from a young person,” Chadwick “sent the Saudi embassy a small notebook, empty except for a short question: ‘MBS: JK?’”

“The notebook symbolizes Jamal Khashoggi and every journalist,” Chadwick wrote.

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Donald Trump attacks media ‘hostility’ after attempted pipe bombings


Donald Trump has called for ‘all sides to come together in peace and harmony’ after US authorities intercepted bombs sent to CNN and prominent Democrats. The president said the media must ‘stop the endless hostility and constant negative and oftentimes false attacks and stories’ before congratulating himself on how nice he was being. Suspect packages mailed to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, other politicians and CNN have been intercepted.

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Turkey shares ‘evidence’ with CIA chief over Khashoggi murder


Turkish intelligence has shared “all the evidence” over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi with the CIA chief Gina Haspel during a visit, pro-government media reported on Wednesday.

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US pipe bomb investigation


Federal agents have searched a mail facility near Miami as they race to find who sent 10 pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of Donald Trump, as the president on Friday accused the media of blaming him for the unfolding of what is believed to be domestic terrorism.

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Trump’s Trade War May Create New Auto Jobs. In China.


President Trump has said he started a trade war to create jobs in America. But foreign carmakers that employ thousands of workers in the United States are gauging whether tariffs, the main weapon in that war, may compel them to shift jobs to, of all places, China.

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Die wichtigsten Antworten zum Shutdown in den USA


Von Trumps Republikanern kontrollierte Repräsentantenhaus gab es einen Haushaltsentwurf, der eine fünf Milliarden-Dollar-Investition für den Mauerbau an der mexikanischen Grenze vorsah. Dieser Vorschlag wurde von der zweiten Kongress-Kammer, dem Senat, abgelehnt.

Den Vorschlag des Senats wurde bisher nicht vom US-Präsidenten unterschrieben. Deshalb kann über das Geld nicht verfügt werden.

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USA steuern auf längsten «Shutdown» ihrer Geschichte zu


Seit fast drei Wochen schon sind Teile der US-Regierung lahmgelegt. Am Samstag wird ein Rekord gebrochen, wenn sich bis dahin nichts tut. US-Präsident Trump droht – und sagt wichtige Termine ab.

US-Präsident Donald Trump drohte am Donnerstag erneut – und energischer als bisher – damit, einen «Nationalen Notstand» auszurufen, sollten die Demokraten nicht in die Finanzierung einer Mauer an der Grenze zu Mexiko einwilligen.


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Trump Dismisses New Allegations He Is Beholden to Putin


Die Geldmonarchie arbeitet mit Hilfe von FBI und NewYork Times weiter an der Diskreditierung von Trump und seiner möglichen Amtsenthebung. In jedem Fall soll er keine zweite Amtsperiode bekommen.

Global Security. Trump Dismisses New Allegations He Is Beholden to Putin

The U.S. leader said, “If you ask the folks in Russia, I’ve been tougher on Russia than anybody else, any other – probably any other president period, but certainly the last three or four presidents, modern day presidents. Nobody’s been as tough as I have from any standpoint.”

Trump was reacting to a report in The New York Times that Federal Bureau of Investigation officials started investigating whether he “was knowingly working for Russia or had unwittingly fallen under Moscow’s influence” because they were so alarmed by Trump’s behavior after he fired former FBI chief James Comey in May 2017 when he was leading the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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Trump Takes Aim at Intelligence Chiefs Via Tweet-Storm


Trump vertraut seinen Geheimdiensten nicht. Ich denke zu Recht. Die US-GeldMonarchie will Trump aus dem Amt haben. Ihre stärksten Verbündeten sind die US-Geheimdienste und befreundete Geheimdienste anderer Staaten.

Trump’s tweet-storm came just one day after his director of national intelligence, along with the directors of five other key intelligence agencies, including the CIA, FBI and NSA, delivered their annual Worldwide Threat Assessment to U.S. lawmakers.

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Trump erklärt Notstand für Mauer-Finanzierung


US-Präsident Donald Trump hat zur Finanzierung der Mauer an der Grenze zu Mexiko den nationalen Notstand erklärt. Trump unterzeichnete am Freitag in Washington eine entsprechende Deklaration, wie das Weisse Haus mitteilte. Mit der Notstandserklärung will sich Trump die Finanzmittel für den Mauerbau verschaffen, die ihm der Kongress verweigert hat.

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Willy Wimmer: „Die USA führen die Nato nur noch mit Nötigung und Erpressung“


Ich habe in meinem Fazit von der Sicherheitskonferenz einen Riss im transatlantischen Verhältnis konstatiert. Mein Kollege hat mich daraufhin korrigiert, dass es keinen Bruch mit den USA, sondern mit Trump gibt. Wie sehen Sie das?

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Der Mueller-Report entlarvt die „Fake News“-Medien


Die Republik (USA) war durch den mehr als zwei Jahre dauernden Versuch der Demokraten,  den gewählten Präsidenten seines Amtes zu entheben, in ernsten Schwierigkeiten. Robert Mueller erledigte den undankbaren Auftrag, Beweise für glatte Lügen zu finden, auf seine Weise. Er lockte die ganze Horde von  „Fake-News-Medien“  in eine Falle. Die New  York Times genauso wie  die Washington Post und Fernsehsender wie MSNBC oder CNN und viele andere….

Der Experte für psychologische Kriegsführung Dr. Steve Pieczenik, stellvertretender Staatssekretär unter Nixon, Ford, Carter und Bush Senior sowie strategischer Planer unter Präsident Reagan, gratuliert in einem Video dem Sonderermittler Robert Mueller zu seinen brillanten Bericht.

Die New York Times erhielt für ihre unermüdliche Aufklärungsarbeit und die umfassende Desinformation der Amerikaner und unbewiesener Behauptungen in der vermeintlichen Russland-Affäre sogar den Pulitzer-Preis.

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