From Senator Bill Nelson: Dear Friends, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for a private one-on-one meeting in Helsinki, Finland today. While we don’t know what the two presidents said during that meeting, what President Trump said at a press conference afterward – and his refusal to accept the fact that Russia interfered…
Amidst Bipartisan Condemnation, DeSantis (Once Again) Backs Trump. Does Adam Putnam Agree? Almost immediately after Donald Trump’s disastrous press conference with Fox News, Ron DeSantis took to Fox News to back the President’s approach to Russia, trash the Mueller investigation — and pin the blame for Russian malfeasance on the Obama administration. DeSantis stands nearly…
FBI special counsel Robert Mueller’s latest round of indictments, against 12 Russian intelligence operatives, has a slew of Florida connections, including naming the source of the 2016 leaks against some Florida Democrats, including Gwen Graham. (Read more in TampaBay.com)
“Certainly he was helped by the Russian propaganda but I think Russia was just generally trying to hurt everybody,” Rooney, a member of the Intelligence Committee, said on CNN.
Rep. Tom Rooney (R-Fla, Dist. 17) has urged the panel’s lead investigator to shut down the probe, which another GOP committee member describes as “nearly” complete. But Democrats insist that dozens more witnesses must testify
Russians used the false U.S. persona “Matt Skiber” on Facebook to contact a Florida-based Trump supporter group, pushing for the group to organize a “YUGE pro-Trump flash mob in every Florida town.”
Florida Republican Congressional members failed to protect Americans, that includes Rep. Tom Rooney, (FL-17)
Sen. Bill Nelson called Flynn’s plea a “significant step” in the probe. “Flynn’s guilty plea is another significant step in making the case that there was collusion with the Russians”
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz on Friday filed a resolution calling for the resignation of Robert Mueller, whose investigation into Russian meddling in the election escalated dramatically this week.
In response to the Associated Press’ public report reaffirming the DNC was hacked by Russia and news that prosecutors are considering bringing charges against six Russian government officials, DNC deputy communications director Adrienne Watson released the following statement: