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Im trying to find where I saw this, but when you watch trump getting off the plane in Helsinki the first person he greets I believe is the consulate, if you watch, the consulate hands something to trump, something small and he pockets it..

 Speculation as to what it was, some say a thumb drive??
That would make complete sense. Putin tells Trump I'll make your visit worthwhile, Trump tells him to prove it, give me what I want, and I'll make you look like my long lost little brother, otherwise, I'll end your rule in less than a year.
It better be in my hand as I debark AF-1.

I only saw a photo of what you are talking about, but can't find the video.
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Everyone is so busy screaming at Trump they missed the fact that just a few days Prior to the Putin summit Trump obliquely threatened Putin's cash cow in Europe the Gas Pipeline, offering a more competative alternative to our......Um.... "Allies" in Europe.

Putin would give up his Mother to keep his oil flowing and his faltering economy from tanking.

The MSM oh so conveniently ignored that and now they are shitting bricks worried about what the hell secrets "our" intelligence and Law Enforcement agencies have been trying to hide from Him and cover up for the last 8 years.
Yep, played like a champion negotiator. Putin befriended Trump because he recognized real leadership with the power to back his every threat/move.
Putin recognizes shrewd and cunning as well as fairness in Trump and knows this is a man that can bring about change without firing a shot. Putin knew he had no other option but to concede for the future of Russia, he's not in any position to take trump on at any level.
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Everyone is so busy screaming at Trump they missed the fact that just a few days Prior to the Putin summit Trump obliquely threatened Putin's cash cow in Europe the Gas Pipeline, offering a more competative alternative to our......Um.... "Allies" in Europe.

Putin would give up his Mother to keep his oil flowing and his faltering economy from tanking.

The MSM oh so conveniently ignored that and now they are shitting bricks worried about what the hell secrets "our" intelligence and Law Enforcement agencies have been trying to hide from Him and cover up for the last 8 years.
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I agree. Don't depend on Russia for anything except trying to harm the USA as long as Putin is in charge. We should cleanup our own messes.


Yeah we did such a wonderful job of cleaning up our own Messes with the Tsarnaev brothers, all those body parts that got splattered all over the street in Boston, you can hardly tell now where the blood stains are. 
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No its a Terrible idea, we should never beleive what those Evil Ruskies tell us about fine upstanding American Citizens who commit international crimes or are plotting to do so against Russian Law or US Laws or international Law.  Take those poor refugee Lads the Tsarnaev Brothers who after all are just fine young men who suffered hellish abuses and Human rights violations at the hands of those evil Russians.  Thats why the FBI ignored all the warnings from the Russians when they told us about the elder Tsarneave Brother going to Chechnia and learning how to make bombs and other terrorist tatics he would later use to MURDER INNOCENT PEOPLE attacking the Boston Marathon.

I agree. Don't depend on Russia for anything except trying to harm the USA as long as Putin is in charge. We should cleanup our own messes.
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"It's not like EPA has granted us free pass here," said James Roewer, executive director of the Utility Solid Waste Advisory Group, an industry organization that had pushed for the changes. "It just gives us additional time to operate those facilities and better synch them up" with the upcoming wastewater guidelines.

The EPA states that the relaxed rules will save affected utility companies $28 to $31 million a year in regulatory costs.



"These amendments provide states and utilities much-needed flexibility in the management of coal ash, while ensuring human health and the environment are protected," Wheeler said in a statement. "Our actions mark a significant departure from the one-size-fits-all policies of the past and save tens of millions of dollars in regulatory costs."

more @
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-s-epa-rolls-back-obama-era-coal-ash-regulations-n892586?cid=par-xfinity_20180719
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Im trying to find where I saw this, but when you watch trump getting off the plane in Helsinki the first person he greets I believe is the consulate, if you watch, the consulate hands something to trump, something small and he pockets it..

 Speculation as to what it was, some say a thumb drive??

Remember Trump was alone for about 2 hrs. with Putin, just the two of them.
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Guess we know now why the screams for impeachment got louder after his visit.
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Im trying to find where I saw this, but when you watch trump getting off the plane in Helsinki the first person he greets I believe is the consulate, if you watch, the consulate hands something to trump, something small and he pockets it..

 Speculation as to what it was, some say a thumb drive??
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Don't be angry. Let them be who they are. It scares everyone outside their bubble.
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