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« on: May 30, 2017, 01:56:58 am »

The Trump campaign likely did not preserve documents and communications key to the law enforcement investigation into possible collusion between President Trump's associates and the Kremlin, Politico reported Saturday.

Political campaigns, Politico noted, are typically not required to preserve emails on their private server for long windows of time, and most messages are deleted within 30 to 90 days, unless steps are taken to preserve them.

What's more, the Trump campaign did not do much to establish a plan to maintain those communications, according to a former campaign aide.

"You’d be giving us too much credit,” the former aide told Politico. "The idea of document retention did not come up. The idea of some formal structure did not come up."

The White House itself is subject to more rigorous recordkeeping rules, and White House counsel Don McGahn directed staffers in February to preserve documents and other records that could be requested or used in ongoing federal investigations into Russian election meddling.

But at issue for some White House staffers is the existence of encrypted apps, such as Signal and Confide, that automatically delete messages. Failure to maintain certain records, according to Politico, could potentially lead to legal trouble.

U.S. law requires individuals to preserve documents, emails and other records once they become aware that such material could be pertinent to an investigation, regardless of whether they are formally notified by investigators.

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/335481-trump-campaign-likely-didnt-save-documents-report
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« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2017, 03:21:20 am »

They never thought they were going to win.  I can believe they never thought about record retention.
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« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2017, 03:47:25 am »

The Trump campaign probably didn't save documents to avoid evidence of their collusion with questionable groups.
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« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2017, 04:32:58 am »

The Trump campaign likely did not preserve documents and communications key to the law enforcement investigation into possible collusion between President Trump's associates and the Kremlin, Politico reported Saturday.

Political campaigns, Politico noted, are typically not required to preserve emails on their private server for long windows of time, and most messages are deleted within 30 to 90 days, unless steps are taken to preserve them.

What's more, the Trump campaign did not do much to establish a plan to maintain those communications, according to a former campaign aide.

"You’d be giving us too much credit,” the former aide told Politico. "The idea of document retention did not come up. The idea of some formal structure did not come up."

The White House itself is subject to more rigorous recordkeeping rules, and White House counsel Don McGahn directed staffers in February to preserve documents and other records that could be requested or used in ongoing federal investigations into Russian election meddling.

But at issue for some White House staffers is the existence of encrypted apps, such as Signal and Confide, that automatically delete messages. Failure to maintain certain records, according to Politico, could potentially lead to legal trouble.

U.S. law requires individuals to preserve documents, emails and other records once they become aware that such material could be pertinent to an investigation, regardless of whether they are formally notified by investigators.

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/335481-trump-campaign-likely-didnt-save-documents-report

You still can't get over the fact that Trump WON and Hillary LOST?    Have you considered seeing a therapist?
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« Reply #4 on: May 30, 2017, 04:40:27 am »

The Trump campaign likely did not preserve documents and communications key to the law enforcement investigation into possible collusion between President Trump's associates and the Kremlin, Politico reported Saturday.

Political campaigns, Politico noted, are typically not required to preserve emails on their private server for long windows of time, and most messages are deleted within 30 to 90 days, unless steps are taken to preserve them.

What's more, the Trump campaign did not do much to establish a plan to maintain those communications, according to a former campaign aide.

"You’d be giving us too much credit,” the former aide told Politico. "The idea of document retention did not come up. The idea of some formal structure did not come up."

The White House itself is subject to more rigorous recordkeeping rules, and White House counsel Don McGahn directed staffers in February to preserve documents and other records that could be requested or used in ongoing federal investigations into Russian election meddling.

But at issue for some White House staffers is the existence of encrypted apps, such as Signal and Confide, that automatically delete messages. Failure to maintain certain records, according to Politico, could potentially lead to legal trouble.

U.S. law requires individuals to preserve documents, emails and other records once they become aware that such material could be pertinent to an investigation, regardless of whether they are formally notified by investigators.

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/335481-trump-campaign-likely-didnt-save-documents-report

You still can't get over the fact that Trump WON and Hillary LOST?    Have you considered seeing a therapist?

Trump had a narrow victory, one of the two most disliked candidates in history.
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« Reply #5 on: May 30, 2017, 07:44:42 am »

The Trump campaign likely did not preserve documents and communications key to the law enforcement investigation into possible collusion between President Trump's associates and the Kremlin, Politico reported Saturday.

Political campaigns, Politico noted, are typically not required to preserve emails on their private server for long windows of time, and most messages are deleted within 30 to 90 days, unless steps are taken to preserve them.

What's more, the Trump campaign did not do much to establish a plan to maintain those communications, according to a former campaign aide.

"You’d be giving us too much credit,” the former aide told Politico. "The idea of document retention did not come up. The idea of some formal structure did not come up."

The White House itself is subject to more rigorous recordkeeping rules, and White House counsel Don McGahn directed staffers in February to preserve documents and other records that could be requested or used in ongoing federal investigations into Russian election meddling.

But at issue for some White House staffers is the existence of encrypted apps, such as Signal and Confide, that automatically delete messages. Failure to maintain certain records, according to Politico, could potentially lead to legal trouble.

U.S. law requires individuals to preserve documents, emails and other records once they become aware that such material could be pertinent to an investigation, regardless of whether they are formally notified by investigators.

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/335481-trump-campaign-likely-didnt-save-documents-report

You still can't get over the fact that Trump WON and Hillary LOST?    Have you considered seeing a therapist?

Trump had a narrow victory, one of the two most disliked candidates in history.


Right... Trump had 30K average in attendance at his rallies, while Hillary had 300 tops. Tim Kaine had like 5 people at one rally.
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« Reply #6 on: May 30, 2017, 07:49:53 am »

And talk about conspiracy theories. This post is just that. Let me guess? Rules for Radicals much!? Blame the other for what you are doing??? "Oh you're spreading conspiracies!" "Oh you like Alex Jones don't you?" When you are sitting here saying you think Trump didn't save the documents because he was trying to hide collusion with Russia. How ridiculous!
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« Reply #7 on: May 30, 2017, 07:51:36 am »

The Trump campaign likely did not preserve documents and communications key to the law enforcement investigation into possible collusion between President Trump's associates and the Kremlin, Politico reported Saturday.

Political campaigns, Politico noted, are typically not required to preserve emails on their private server for long windows of time, and most messages are deleted within 30 to 90 days, unless steps are taken to preserve them.

What's more, the Trump campaign did not do much to establish a plan to maintain those communications, according to a former campaign aide.

"You’d be giving us too much credit,” the former aide told Politico. "The idea of document retention did not come up. The idea of some formal structure did not come up."

The White House itself is subject to more rigorous recordkeeping rules, and White House counsel Don McGahn directed staffers in February to preserve documents and other records that could be requested or used in ongoing federal investigations into Russian election meddling.

But at issue for some White House staffers is the existence of encrypted apps, such as Signal and Confide, that automatically delete messages. Failure to maintain certain records, according to Politico, could potentially lead to legal trouble.

U.S. law requires individuals to preserve documents, emails and other records once they become aware that such material could be pertinent to an investigation, regardless of whether they are formally notified by investigators.

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/335481-trump-campaign-likely-didnt-save-documents-report

You still can't get over the fact that Trump WON and Hillary LOST?    Have you considered seeing a therapist?

Trump had a narrow victory, one of the two most disliked candidates in history.


Right... Trump had 30K average in attendance at his rallies, while Hillary had 300 tops. Tim Kaine had like 5 people at one rally.

Yea, all 30K people represented the entire U.S. population.... Also he started in January with historically low favorability.

New Poll Numbers Show Historically Low Favorability Ratings For Trump
http://www.npr.org/2017/01/17/510301301/new-poll-numbers-show-historically-low-favorability-ratings-for-trump
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« Reply #8 on: May 30, 2017, 08:50:13 am »

OMG give it a rest. ALL 30K People? NO SWEETY PIE. That was 30K at EACH RALLY on average. And 300. (POINT) 00 at Hillary's on average.
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« Reply #9 on: May 30, 2017, 08:53:55 am »

Your polls are PROPAGANDA. Everyone knows they're FAKE. CNN admitted their polls are fake in the subtext where it says that they interviewed MORE democrats than Republicans. How long are you gonna keep this garbage up? Like, how do you keep believing this? How do you, really? I know! You just WANT to believe the polls, when the polls told you that Hillary had a 98% chance of winning!!! You just WANTED to believe it. I'm sorry, my dear, but you are another victim of PROPAGANDA. The poll turned out to be totally falsified and yet you STILL believe it... What on Earth will it take before you finally see that you are just lying to yourself at this point?
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