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Last 50 tweets from @SethAbramson
Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
The committee wants "to determine why the White House & transition team appear to have disregarded established procedures for safeguarding classified information" and why @POTUS gave access to officials who did not have proper clearance.
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
This is possibly the weirdest, craziest interview MSNBC has ever aired.
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
A federal judge ordered Paul Manafort to appear in court Friday morning to address Robert Mueller’s charges that the former Trump campaign chairman lied during grand jury testimony and in cooperation sessions with the special counsel politi.co/2FT8upo
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
(THREAD) I found myself in a position today to do what Congress and Mueller weren't able to do—ask Emin Agalarov questions. Thanks to THE NEW YORK OBSERVER for agreeing to put to Emin 4 questions I recently tweeted out. Here are my thoughts on his answers. observer.com/2019/01/emin-a…
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
Just gonna throw out a 100% plausible hypothetical here: that this entire government shutdown is little more than a career criminal terrorizing hundreds of thousands of public servants to slow slightly the federal criminal investigation against him

Just imagine that for a second
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19/ So Emin created a cloud of suspicion and mystery in his answers to just *four questions* I provided. Imagine what would happen if he were in a pressure-filled situation being asked *scores* of questions by federal agents who know even more about all this than I do—much more.
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20/ I've been saying it all week: media is wrong to say there was only the Trump-Rozov tower deal and that the Agalarov deal—in active talks through 2017—can be ignored. Emin's OBSERVER interview and refusal to enter the U.S. is more evidence of this. /end
(THREAD) Some smart folks in independent and corporate media are being obtuse about whether Trump was in negotiations for *1 Moscow tower or 2* during the period of time such negotiations would be relevant to Mueller's probe. I break it down here. Hope you'll read on and retweet.
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18/ And the fact that Emin says he *knows* that "somebody else" at Crocus was handling the Trump transaction means that either Emin can name the person for Mueller and/or Congress *or* he has it within his power to look internally within Crocus to determine the person's identity.
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19/ So Emin created a cloud of suspicion and mystery in his answers to just *four questions* I provided. Imagine what would happen if he were in a pressure-filled situation being asked *scores* of questions by federal agents who know even more about all this than I do—much more.
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17/ Imagine the "jurisdiction" you'd have to have at the Crocus Group to *know* whether a contract was signed between two multi-billionaires but *not* whether a Letter of Intent was—especially when you previously told Forbes an LOI *was* signed and were *present* for the signing.
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18/ And the fact that Emin says he *knows* that "somebody else" at Crocus was handling the Trump transaction means that either Emin can name the person for Mueller and/or Congress *or* he has it within his power to look internally within Crocus to determine the person's identity.
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16/ That Emin sees the danger in a deal that "never went through" is evidenced by him claiming to THE NEW YORK OBSERVER that he knows for *certain* a contract was never signed between Trump and Crocus—but is bewildered, confused, and unsure about whether a *Letter of Intent* was.
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17/ Imagine the "jurisdiction" you'd have to have at the Crocus Group to *know* whether a contract was signed between two multi-billionaires but *not* whether a Letter of Intent was—especially when you previously told Forbes an LOI *was* signed and were *present* for the signing.
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15/ The point is one I made yesterday: the tower deals aren't legally, politically and journalistically significant because they "went through"—in fact that question is only tangentially relevant to whether there's evidence of criminality, political scandal, or news in the deals.
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16/ That Emin sees the danger in a deal that "never went through" is evidenced by him claiming to THE NEW YORK OBSERVER that he knows for *certain* a contract was never signed between Trump and Crocus—but is bewildered, confused, and unsure about whether a *Letter of Intent* was.
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14/ There's an inadvertent message to journalists in Emin's evasions—he says inquiries about the Trump-Agalarov Trump Tower Moscow are "irrelevant," as "the project never went through." Well, the Trump-Rozov tower "never went through" to the *exact same extent*—but we still care.
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15/ The point is one I made yesterday: the tower deals aren't legally, politically and journalistically significant because they "went through"—in fact that question is only tangentially relevant to whether there's evidence of criminality, political scandal, or news in the deals.
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13/ On the absolutely critical question of whether, when, and why Trump signed a Letter of Intent with Crocus, Emin says, "I'm just not sure whether we signed. I don’t know why." How is someone in his position in the company not able to get—or unwilling to relay—this information?
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14/ There's an inadvertent message to journalists in Emin's evasions—he says inquiries about the Trump-Agalarov Trump Tower Moscow are "irrelevant," as "the project never went through." Well, the Trump-Rozov tower "never went through" to the *exact same extent*—but we still care.
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12/ It's tough to tell if Emin immediately ended his NEW YORK OBSERVER interview when asked about his ex-wife's allegations he's a Russian spy, but it certainly wasn't a good look for Emin either way—given that he'd already been less than candid about both the Kremlin and Crocus.
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13/ On the absolutely critical question of whether, when, and why Trump signed a Letter of Intent with Crocus, Emin says, "I'm just not sure whether we signed. I don’t know why." How is someone in his position in the company not able to get—or unwilling to relay—this information?
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11/ Any witness in a criminal case who's both cagey about his business and cagey about his connections to government and who—also—shuts down immediately a question on whether his ex-sister-in-law allegedly called him (on his ex-wife's say-so) a "spy" is going to arouse interest.
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12/ It's tough to tell if Emin immediately ended his NEW YORK OBSERVER interview when asked about his ex-wife's allegations he's a Russian spy, but it certainly wasn't a good look for Emin either way—given that he'd already been less than candid about both the Kremlin and Crocus.
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10/ Moreover, Emin says that he has a particular "jurisdiction" in the company—which I know Congress would love to talk to him about because we know he *directly* engaged in business negotiations with Trump, Trump Jr., Eric, and possibly Ivanka in at *least* 2013, 2014, and 2017.
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11/ Any witness in a criminal case who's both cagey about his business and cagey about his connections to government and who—also—shuts down immediately a question on whether his ex-sister-in-law allegedly called him (on his ex-wife's say-so) a "spy" is going to arouse interest.
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9/ It's not *just* that Emin used the plural first-person pronoun ("we") in speaking of the Crocus Group—and did so *6 times*, at least—it's *also* that he at one point in his answers refers to "somebody *else* at the company [Crocus Group]." (Emphasis supplied.) That's critical.
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10/ Moreover, Emin says that he has a particular "jurisdiction" in the company—which I know Congress would love to talk to him about because we know he *directly* engaged in business negotiations with Trump, Trump Jr., Eric, and possibly Ivanka in at *least* 2013, 2014, and 2017.
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8/ For the sake of his musical career, Emin has not only sought to distance himself from the Kremlin (falsely) but also (equally falsely) from the Crocus Group—because it was this business entity that his father Aras used to enter into a Trump Tower Moscow deal with Donald Trump.
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9/ It's not *just* that Emin used the plural first-person pronoun ("we") in speaking of the Crocus Group—and did so *6 times*, at least—it's *also* that he at one point in his answers refers to "somebody *else* at the company [Crocus Group]." (Emphasis supplied.) That's critical.
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7/ I think it's clear that Emin has *no* intention of ever being honest about the relationship his family has with the Kremlin. Which brings me to the second interesting thing Emin said in response to my Twitter questions, on the subject of his relationship with the Crocus Group.
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8/ For the sake of his musical career, Emin has not only sought to distance himself from the Kremlin (falsely) but also (equally falsely) from the Crocus Group—because it was this business entity that his father Aras used to enter into a Trump Tower Moscow deal with Donald Trump.
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6/ Emin says, "It’s not like I could call President Putin and say, 'Hey, will you meet Mr. Trump?' It doesn’t work like that." And *yet*, Yury Chaika, the Prosecutor General of Russia, *was* able to call the Agalarovs and ask them to pass stolen documents to Trump in Trump Tower.
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7/ I think it's clear that Emin has *no* intention of ever being honest about the relationship his family has with the Kremlin. Which brings me to the second interesting thing Emin said in response to my Twitter questions, on the subject of his relationship with the Crocus Group.
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5/ The fact is, you don't promise a presidential candidate or the president-elect of the United States a meeting with Putin unless you can deliver—and you don't risk angering Putin by promising he'll attend *a birthday party* unless you *damn well know it's okay* via the Kremlin.
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6/ Emin says, "It’s not like I could call President Putin and say, 'Hey, will you meet Mr. Trump?' It doesn’t work like that." And *yet*, Yury Chaika, the Prosecutor General of Russia, *was* able to call the Agalarovs and ask them to pass stolen documents to Trump in Trump Tower.
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4/ And yet here was Emin promising a Putin appearance at a birthday party. So Emin saying he had no authority to ever promise Putin, and never sought any authority, *works* for the example he chose—the Miss Universe pageant—but *not* for the interesting event: the birthday party.
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5/ The fact is, you don't promise a presidential candidate or the president-elect of the United States a meeting with Putin unless you can deliver—and you don't risk angering Putin by promising he'll attend *a birthday party* unless you *damn well know it's okay* via the Kremlin.
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3/ Emin extended the invitation to Trump for him to meet Putin at a birthday party through his agent, Rob Goldstone. That invitation underscores what Emin implicitly acknowledges to THE NEW YORK OBSERVER—that it'd be *crazy* to promise Putin at any event but an international one.
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4/ And yet here was Emin promising a Putin appearance at a birthday party. So Emin saying he had no authority to ever promise Putin, and never sought any authority, *works* for the example he chose—the Miss Universe pageant—but *not* for the interesting event: the birthday party.
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2/ The invitation Emin extended to Trump to meet Putin that I wanted to catch Emin in a lie about was a *different* one involving...wait for it...a birthday party. Emin's claim that he only would've thought he could get to Putin because it was the Miss Universe pageant was a lie.
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3/ Emin extended the invitation to Trump for him to meet Putin at a birthday party through his agent, Rob Goldstone. That invitation underscores what Emin implicitly acknowledges to THE NEW YORK OBSERVER—that it'd be *crazy* to promise Putin at any event but an international one.
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1/ Emin says that he told Trump he could meet Putin during the 2013 Miss Universe pageant not because he'd *ever* spoken to anyone in the Kremlin about the possibility but because it was a natural thing to say regarding such a big event.

Great!—because that was a trick question.
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2/ The invitation Emin extended to Trump to meet Putin that I wanted to catch Emin in a lie about was a *different* one involving...wait for it...a birthday party. Emin's claim that he only would've thought he could get to Putin because it was the Miss Universe pageant was a lie.
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(THREAD) I found myself in a position today to do what Congress and Mueller weren't able to do—ask Emin Agalarov questions. Thanks to THE NEW YORK OBSERVER for agreeing to put to Emin 4 questions I recently tweeted out. Here are my thoughts on his answers. observer.com/2019/01/emin-a…
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Replying to @SethAbramson :
1/ Emin says that he told Trump he could meet Putin during the 2013 Miss Universe pageant not because he'd *ever* spoken to anyone in the Kremlin about the possibility but because it was a natural thing to say regarding such a big event.

Great!—because that was a trick question.
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(THREAD) I found myself in a position today to do what Congress and Mueller weren't able to do—ask Emin Agalarov questions. Thanks to THE NEW YORK OBSERVER for agreeing to put to Emin 4 questions I recently tweeted out. Here are my thoughts on his answers. observer.com/2019/01/emin-a…
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This Cohen statement (via Davis) *alone* creates a reasonable suspicion Trump violated 18 U.S.C. § 1512—an impeachable offense. While Congress would of course want to gather more information from Cohen, much of what Cohen references is in the public sphere and confirms the crime.
Lanny Davis: "Due to ongoing threats against his family from President Trump and Mr. Giuliani, as recently as this weekend, as well as Mr. Cohen's continued cooperation with ongoing investigations, by advice of counsel, Mr. Cohen’s appearance will be postponed to a later date."
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
The President of the United States used the White House bully pulpit to intimidate a key witness in a criminal investigation to keep him from publicly testifying about the President's alleged crimes.

EVERY REPUBLICAN ELECTED OFFICIAL IS FINE WITH THIS
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
Just in: House Oversight chair Elijah Cummings and House Intel chair Adam Schiff say Michael Cohen not testifying has never been an option. "We expect Mr. Cohen to appear before both Committees, and we remain engaged with his counsel about his upcoming appearances.”
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
Our first cut on @MichaelCohen212 not testifying before the House on Feb. 7 nytimes.com/2019/01/23/us/…
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Wow. Mitch is nearly underwater.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi's favorability rating (job rating) among Democrats: +48
Sen. Mitch McConnell's favorability rating (job rating) among Republicans: +3 cbsnews.com/news/pelosi-ha…
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
(THREAD) Some smart folks in independent and corporate media are being obtuse about whether Trump was in negotiations for *1 Moscow tower or 2* during the period of time such negotiations would be relevant to Mueller's probe. I break it down here. Hope you'll read on and retweet.
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Just gonna throw out a 100% plausible hypothetical here: that this entire government shutdown is little more than a career criminal terrorizing hundreds of thousands of public servants to slow slightly the federal criminal investigation against him

Just imagine that for a second
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
The White House press secretary has not "taken questions from the podium since Dec. 18, and she appeared just once in September, November and December."

This is not normal.

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The Demise of the White House Press Briefing Under Trump
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The idea that Mueller and/or other federal prosecutors whose work would be critical to Mueller is playing a long game in pursuing Assange is even *more* evidence (as if we needed more) that the Mueller probe won't be ending in the next 21 days or so as reported by @KenDilanianNBC
Wikileaks says in statement that "U.S. federal prosecutors have in the last few months formally approached people in the United States, Germany and Iceland and pressed them to testify against Mr. Assange in return for immunity from prosecution"
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@SethAbramson @ScottMStedman He’s doing perfectly fine on his own. His tweets are twice as good as your megathreads that go on endlessly. He gets to the POINT. Thanks.
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@SethAbramson SA, Sanders is NOT a democrat.
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@SethAbramson WHY is Sanders name on this list?!?!!? HE.IS.NOT.A.DEMOCRAT.
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Replying to @LalaMsmith1 :
@LalaMsmith1 Didn't say he was, and you can clearly see what this list is and is not intended to be
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@SethAbramson Sanders is not a Democrat. Never has been and never will be.
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Replying to @SirFronksalot :
NEW:

✅Buttigieg
✅Castro
✅Delaney
✅Gabbard
✅Gillibrand
✅Harris
✅Inslee
✅Ojeda
✅Warren
✅Yang

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↗️Biden
↗️Booker
↗️Bullock
↗️Garcetti
↗️Hickenlooper
↗️Sanders

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🔶Bloomberg
🔶Brown
🔶Holder
🔶Kerry
🔶Klobuchar
🔶Landrieu
🔶McAuliffe
🔶Merkley
🔶O'Rourke
🔶Swalwell
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Barring a shocking and definitely-not-anticipated Clinton entrance to the 2020 Democratic race, The *big* names still to join the ✅ brigade are:

Biden
Bloomberg
Booker
Brown
Klobuchar
O'Rourke
Sanders
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NEW:

✅Buttigieg
✅Castro
✅Delaney
✅Gabbard
✅Gillibrand
✅Harris
✅Inslee
✅Ojeda
✅Warren
✅Yang

LIKELY
↗️Biden
↗️Booker
↗️Bullock
↗️Garcetti
↗️Hickenlooper
↗️Sanders

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🔶Bloomberg
🔶Brown
🔶Holder
🔶Kerry
🔶Klobuchar
🔶Landrieu
🔶McAuliffe
🔶Merkley
🔶O'Rourke
🔶Swalwell
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@SethAbramson Ben will go down as a non-starter in the entire reporting game relative to Russia.
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@RRlas18 I think Ben and Buzzfeed News are doing great work. I *also* think that everyone writing on this topic is so narrowly focused on their own scoop that it's doing incalculable damage to the forest for the sake of the trees. That's not just regrettable but avoidable and urgently so.
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@SethAbramson And I know about Mirax - I wrote about that relationship 13 months ago
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@ScottMStedman You've done great work on this topic, Scott. The problem is, if you wrote about Mirax months ago it was vital that you point your readers to that ongoing business relationship during *this* round of reporting, as it's relevant even if it might turn your scoop into something less.
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@ScottMStedman @SethAbramson I would also point out that knowing there was a connection is one thing. Knowing that Rozov was in a 43 million dollar deal with a Trump proxy in New York at the same time he was negotiating with Trump to build TTM, and all during the campaign, is another thing entirely.
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@thomasafine @ScottMStedman Right, but see what you did there? You called Sater a "Trump proxy," when you could just as easily have described him as a "Rozov business partner who'd been doing multimillion-dollar real estate transactions with Rozov for years [which this may be another of]."

See the problem?
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@SethAbramson December 2015 is absolutely in the midst of the deal. The LOI was October and the BuzzFeed articles clearly laying out Sater Cohen and Rozov having substantive discussions in December
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@ScottMStedman I think you missed my point. My point was that December 2015 *is* in the midst of the deal, but that is irrelevant because we don't know that that transaction has to do with Trump rather than Mirax and you haven't shown it. If you know Mirax so well, I'm sure you see the problem.
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The damage Ben is doing by denying that Trump had *two* Trump Tower Moscow deals rather than one not only negates the value of his team's research on one of those deals but actually makes it a net negative for Americans' understanding of Trump's tower(s)-for-sanctions relief bid.
.@washingtonpost with the big picture on Trump Moscow -- and its centrality to the whole Trump Russia story washingtonpost.com/opinions/globa…
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Seth Abramson Retweeted ·  
New: The wheels of justice are grinding to a halt. FBI agents say the shutdown is costing them irreplaceable sources, postponing indictments, & slow-rolling investigations. The fed judiciary and US Attorneys’ offices are running out of money. It’s day 33. theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
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