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Putin's Potential Penthouse in Trump Tower Moscow Launches Investigation: Reason Roundup

Plus: CNN fires Marc Lamont Hill for Palestine comments and the link between life expectancy declines, opioid pills, and prohibition.

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While Donald Trump was running for president in 2016, lawyer Michael Cohen was negotiating not just for a massive Trump-branded hotel in Moscow but also for Vladimir Putin to get a $50 million penthouse there, reports Buzzfeed.

Now the newly Democrat-controlled House of Representatives is itching to investigate. "We're way beyond bribery," says Rep. Eric Swalwell (D–Calif.), a member of the House Intelligence Committee. "If a candidate for president is offering a foreign adversary a $50 million gift while that adversary through his own backchannels is offering support of the campaign, that's betrayal at the highest level; that's conspiracy."

Swalwell and other members of the House Intelligence Committee say they will investigate beginning in January.

According to Buzzfeed, Cohen and Felix Sater "worked furiously behind the scenes into the summer of 2016 to get the Moscow deal finished—despite public claims that the development was canned in January, before Trump won the Republican nomination." The idea behind giving Putin the penthouse was to attract other wealthy and important Russians there, Sater says.

Trump insists the deal was all "very legal and very cool."

"….Lightly looked at doing a building somewhere in Russia," Trump tweeted at 4:59 a.m. Friday morning. "Put up zero money, zero guarantees and didn't do the project. Witch Hunt!"

On Thursday, Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about the project. This comes on the heels of his August plea to tax evasion, bank fraud, and campaign finance violations related to his work paying off Trump's former lovers. Now, Cohen admits that he and others in the Trump organization were still negotiating with Russia through at least June of 2016 and that Cohen regularly briefed Trump and his family on the matter.

When asked shortly after inauguration, Trump had said he had "nothing to do with Russia. Haven't made a phone call to Russia in years. Don't speak to people from Russia. … I have nothing to do with Russia. To the best of my knowledge, no person that I deal with does."

Conor Friedersdorf suggests why this may be so damning: it means Russia had leverage over Trump since then. "That he lied has long been clear—all sorts of people with whom he dealt had extensive, well-documented dealings with Russia and Russians," writes Friedersdorf.

But additional evidence that he lied was revealed Thursday [by Cohen], who admitted that he negotiated on Trump's behalf to build a skyscraper in Moscow; that his efforts lasted until at least June 2016; that he briefed Trump and members of Trump's family about the matter; and that he later lied to Congress, to avoid contradicting Trump's political message.

Consider the implications. At the very beginning of Trump's presidency, as soon as he lied in that press conference, Vladimir Putin and Russian intelligence possessed the ability to unmask Trump as a liar to the American public, revealing damaging information to Congress and the public about which they had previously been ignorant.

[…] As it would turn out, that was merely the beginning of their leverage. In September 2017, Donald Trump Jr. gave sworn Senate testimony that may be contradicted by Thursday's revelations, raising the prospect that the Russians have been in possession of evidence suggesting that the president's son may have committed a felony. And once Cohen lied to Congress about the matter, the Russians were in a position to expose the unlawful behavior of Trump's personal attorney.

Lawyer Ken White (aka Popehat) writes that once again, we're faced with "developments that would, under normal circumstances, end a presidency," and there's a chance that "they still might."

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CNN is taking some heat for firing Marc Lamont Hill, a regular contributor who on Wednesday advocated for a boycott of Israel and a "free Palestine from the river to the sea." From Mediaite:

His comments sparked an immediate backlash, with many noting "from the river to the sea" is a phrase used by Hamas and other anti-Israel terror groups. The phrase implies the replacement of Israel by a Palestine stretching from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea—though Hill disputes this characterization of his comments.

Hill responded:

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Links between life expectancy decline, opioid pills, and prohibition. Life expectancy in the U.S. is down again, for the third year in a row, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "After peaking at 78.9 years in 2014, it has dropping to 78.6 years in 2017," notes Ron Bailey. "This follows decades of increases." What gives?

While a fiercer than usual outbreak of influenza contributed to the decline last year, the main causes are rising suicides rates and the increasing number of deaths from drug overdoses associated with opioids. Overdose deaths in 2017 rose to 70,237, up from 63,632 the year before. But overdose deaths associated with legal opioids did not significantly change from 2016. The increase came almost entirely from street drugs. And why was there a rise in the use of black market fentanyl and heroin? The biggest reason is most likely the drug war.

People in government have been keen to blame—and sanction—prescription pill makers and sellers, when it's their own prohibition policies driving this opioid-related death trend.

"Of the 47,600 opioid-related deaths the CDC counted in 2017," writes Jacob Sullum, "60 percent involved the drug category that consists mainly of illicitly manufactured fentanyl and its analogs" while just "30 percent involved the category that includes the most commonly prescribed pain medications…and some of those deaths also involved fentanyl or heroin." A dramatic rise in opioid deaths last year can be attributed almost entirely to to fentanyl and its analogs. Sullum:

The Trump administration nevertheless wants to reduce opioid prescriptions by a third during the next three years. But opioid prescriptions, measured by total morphine milligram equivalents (MME) sold, have already fallen by a third since 2010, as indicated by the green area in the chart (with units, in billions of MME, on the right axis). During that period, opioid-related deaths more than doubled. Does this seem like a winning strategy? Far from reducing deaths involving opioids, the crackdown on pain pills has pushed nonmedical users into the black market, where the drugs are much more dangerous because their potency is highly variable and unpredictable.

QUICK HITS

• Clive and Ammon Bundy are condemning Trump's immigration policies and rhetoric:

• Illegal immigration is at a 10-year low.

• An effort to rechristen the street in front of the Saudi embassy as Jamal Khashoggi Way just got approval from a neighborhood commission in D.C. It must now be approved by the city council, mayor, and Congress.

• Happy holidays from Jacobin magazine!

• In case you want a refresher: "Everyone Who's Been Charged as a Result of the Mueller Investigation."

• The latest G-20 summit kicks off in Buenos Aires toady:

• A New York City Councilman wants to fight racism by banning cash-free restaurants.

• A good thread on Section 230:

• Conservative Twitter personality Laura Loomer chained herself to the company's New York City headquarters door yesterday to protest the decision to ban her from the site. The cops showed up but Twitter is declining to press charges.

• College majors are shifting:

• Huh.

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  1. No one wants to dump money into an organization that doesn’t own an accurate clock.

    1. Hello.

      Fuck you Lamont Hill.

      I’m sick and tired of these pieces of shits taking us for illiterate fools.

      Everyone with a remedial grasp of Arab resistance to Israel knows terrorists claim to want to ‘throw Israel into the sea’. And by the way, they stick by that phrase. All they need to do is stop saying it and it will bring tensions down a notch.

      He deliberately chose that phrase. Own it you fucken coward.

      Temple aren’t gonna fire him citing free speech. Gee, I wonder if they’d feel the same way about someone if they said something similar about Palestine. Or if they’d extend that proper courtesy to, say, Ben Shapiro?

      Yeh. That’s my sarc look.

  2. The idea behind giving Putin the penthouse was to attract other wealthy and important Russians there, Sater says.

    Shady real estate deals and presidential candidates seem to go hand in hand.

    1. What is whitewater?

      1. Ooh and something about an Obama transaction in Chicago.

    2. actually giving sweat heart deals for an anchor business/renter is not uncommon in real estate and in this case it probably is a bribe to get Putin to allow Trump to build not a bribe by Putin to control Trump. Note this is a common bribe through out the U.S., its how America gets built

      1. Note this is a common bribe through out the U.S., its how America gets built

        In other industries, Putin would be considered a ‘spokesperson’.

  3. His comments sparked an immediate backlash, with many noting “from the river to the sea” is a phrase used by Hamas and other anti-Israel terror groups.

    I think you’d have to be an idiot to not know what you’re saying here, but I’m not taking that off the table as a defense.

  4. Man, Reason is SO hoping to “get” Trump.

    That “leverage” has led to close ties with Eastern Europe and a massive increase in fracking and oil production in the US. Both, no doubt, VERY in line with that Russia wants, I bet.

    1. Because I imagine trading away American’s oil interests for personal financial gain was too corrupt even for Trump better to trade with Putin on sanctions and Ukraine’s interests.

      1. I bet Obama, who had no “ties” to Putin, launched military attacks over the Crimea.

    2. Man, Reason is SO hoping to “get” Trump.

      He stole the 2016 election from the most qualified candidate ever (who still won by 3 million votes) by colluding with a hostile foreign power. Any patriotic American should want Orange Hitler out of office by any legal means ASAP.

      There’s also the fact he’s absolutely terrible policy-wise on the two main issues for us Koch / Reason libertarians ? unlimited immigration and unrestricted abortion.

    3. Hold on. Because EBN talked about what’s in the red today in her daily blog post where she is supposed to talk about what is in the news today it means Reason is out to get Trump? That’s what you are claiming?

      1. (Thank you, by the way, auto correction.)

  5. My reference to “river to the sea” was not a call to destroy anything or anyone.

    But “golf” is a racist dog whistle…

  6. While a fiercer than usual outbreak of influenza contributed to the decline last year, the main causes are rising suicides rates and the increasing number of deaths from drug overdoses associated with opioids.

    Maybe only including deaths from natural causes would provide more useful results. Or maybe not.

  7. We met our first big #Webathon2018 goal! Want to help us to the next one?
    https://t.co/aVqhFeG272
    ? reason (@reason) November 30, 2018

    It’s rising too fast. They’re going to move the goalpost, boys. Mock my words!

    1. Your words are weak and ineffective.

  8. “If a candidate for president is offering a foreign adversary..”

    Russia is our adversary? Does this mean we at war with Russia now? Fucking Congress douche bags.

    1. Werent the 80s calling about that a few years back?

  9. In an update to the Saudi “aggression” story yesterday:

    “Rocket Barrage Threatens Timid Hopes for Peace in Yemen”
    Attack threatens to derail U.S.-backed peace efforts just ahead of fresh talks

    “Yemen’s Houthi rebels fired a barrage of missiles into Saudi Arabia, the armed group said, strikes that could threaten to derail the U.S.-backed peace efforts that have raised fresh hopes to end a catastrophic, nearly four-year war.

    The war pits the Iran-backed Houthis against a Saudi-led coalition mainly comprising Sunni-majority Arab countries. The protracted conflict has pushed millions to the brink of famine and caused the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

    The Houthis have fired missiles across Yemen’s northern border into Saudi Arabia on a regular basis for years”

    —-WSJ, November 29

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/ro…..543537628?

    Peace talks and Iranian aggression don’t reflect badly on Trump, however, so I guess there’s no point in talking about them.

    1. “This aggression will not stand, man”
      -The Dude

      1. You are not interested in sex?

        1. You mean… coitus?

          I hear it’s a rather zesty enterprise.

  10. Clive and Ammon Bundy are condemning Trump’s immigration policies and rhetoric…

    Okay, let’s everyone calm down. Relatively speaking what Bundy said about Trump’s immigration policy counts as a mild rebuke at most.

  11. Border Patrol Agents Arrest an MS-13 Gang Member Who Had Traveled With the Caravan to Seek Political Asylum in America, I Guess
    The media downplays, embargoes, or even denies the MS-13 threat in America. They accuse Trump and/or the right of making up a hallucinatory threat to justify their racist beliefs, refusing to cover brutal, brutal serial killings by MS-13 members.

    They do so because they don’t want their viewers to know about crimes committed by illegals.

    But when a bunch of illegals storm the US border and throw rocks at Border Patrol agents, the media suddenly changes its tune on the dire threat posed by MS-13: now the media begins claiming that the border-rushing and assaults committed by migrants can be excused, because they are desperate, because they are fleeing the menace of the all-powerful MS-13 gangs in Honduras and El Salvador.

    1. The EU is set to criminalize speech that criticizes migration.
      “The criticism of migration will be a criminal offense.”
      “Media outlets that give room for criticism of migration,can be shut down.”
      Insane & this is what people want to bring here? BTW censoring is the start of it

      1. Thank you for posting links everyday that libertarians might actually care about.

    2. What!?! I was assured by Reason that it was kids and fantastic mothers.

        1. Because the US Stood Up to the Border Rushers and Refused to Let This Tactic Win, No Matter How Much Bad Press the Administration Got For It, Migrants Start Saying They Regret Joining the Caravan and Start Heading Home
          Women and children were walking at the front of the march, he said, “to see if they would let them enter.”

          But it begins with saying “NO.”

          Not with wishing, not with fantasizing.

          But giving the unpopular answer “NO,” and standing up to media and leftist NGO bullying.

          And if you don’t have the intestinal fortitude to do that or support that, maybe you should just be honest with yourselves and everyone else and admit you support Open Borders, so long as we don’t call it that.

        2. I had chickpox when I was a kid. It sucked.

          1. on Halloween wtf.

          2. I had chickpox when I was a kid. It sucked.

            Try shingles sometime.

  12. A New York City Councilman wants to fight racism by banning cash-free restaurants.

    Someone hasn’t got the memo on the potential government control to be found in banning actual cash.

  13. Here’s how you encourage people to rent housing when they are absent for a while:

    “Military couple’s fine to return to Oakland home unlawful, suit says”
    […]
    “A married military couple who had to pay thousands of dollars to boot their tenants in order to move back into their Oakland home say the city law requiring the fee violates their rights.
    The Pacific Legal Foundation, a libertarian property-rights firm based in Sacramento, said Wednesday in a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of the couple that the ordinance should be deemed unconstitutional and nullified.
    The Oakland City Council in January enacted the ordinance as a way to assist tenants who are evicted. It was modeled on similar legislation of other rent-controlled cities in California.”
    https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/
    Military-couple-s-fine-to-return-to-Oakland-
    13432695.php?cmpid=gsa-sfgate-result

    Yep, wanna live in your own home? That’ll cost ya!

    1. I know a San Francisco landlord, looking to retire, whose tenants know the bind he is in, and offered to be bought out for $120,000. Their alternative legal advice was to live in the house for a year beyond retirement to establish residency. I don’t know the details — is it a duplex, are they just renting a room? But definitely a government-inspired shakedown.

  14. The police have arrived at Laura Loomer’s Twitter protest, and they are not happy! They tell her to move and take the handcuffs off or get arrested ? one cop says, “You know, Twitter isn’t the only thing for media.” pic.twitter.com/RTS0NsgQxr
    ? Will Sommer (@willsommer) November 29, 2018

    Ouch. Twitter does want to press charges against that cop.

  15. California’s late votes broke big for Democrats. Here’s why GOP was surprised
    Some Republicans have cast a skeptical eye on Democrats’ use of “ballot harvesting” to boost their support. The idea’s backers say it’s just one of several steps California has taken to enable more people to vote.

    Few people noticed when Gov. Jerry Brown signed the changes in AB1921 into law two years ago. In the past, California allowed only relatives or people living in the same household to drop off mail ballots for another voter. The new law allowed anyone, even a paid political campaign worker, to collect and return ballots ? “harvesting” them, in political slang.

    1. Hundreds of thousands of Republican voters did not vote for whatever reason.

      Nearly every Democrat voter who wanted to vote did.

      Census 2020 will take away House seats from Blue states and hand them to Red states like Georgia and Texas. Its likely that “Red” House districts in Blue California are not the conservative areas anymore.

      1. Sanctuary cities want illegals counted as ‘residents’. Illegals don’t have to vote; they can just make the votes of CA liberals weigh more than everyone else’s just by being there.

        1. The South shall Rise Again! Err, the Slavocracy Shall Rise Again!

          1. Democratic Party…the Party of slavery.

    2. Voter Integrity Project: ‘Are Democrats Plotting to Steal a NC Congressional Seat?’
      “All of the ballots have long been counted and certified in the district’s eight counties, so the state board’s certification looked like a yawner until Democrat board member, Joshua Malcolm, cited concerns with fraud or voting irregularities and motioned to exclude the 9th CD race from certification. The motion carried, 9 to 0,” DeLancy added.

      Late Thursday night, the Democrat who conceded, Dan McCready, tweeted “I was as shocked as anyone to see the State Elections Board, in an unprecedented bipartisan 9-0 decision, delay certification of our election results.”

  16. Lawyer Ken White (aka Popehat) writes that once again, we’re faced with “developments that would, under normal circumstances, end a presidency,” and there’s a chance that “they still might.”

    Ha! I’ve been saying all along Putin’s Puppet was unlikely to serve a full term because #TrumpRussia is the biggest scandal in world history. Turns out I was right. 2019 will be the year the #BlueTsunami Congress removes him from office.

    #ItsMuellerTime
    #NotMyPresident

  17. Jacobin needs to make another one called “W?ddchipp?r”

    1. I wonder if they wood sell that poster for $9.95 as well.

    2. I thought it was that little device that cuts off the end of your cigar. Do I have the wrong scale?

      1. Nope, both decapitate a hot air source.

  18. “Conor Friedersdorf suggests why this may be so damning: it means Russia had leverage over Trump since then. “That he lied has long been clear?all sorts of people with whom he dealt had extensive, well-documented dealings with Russia and Russians,” writes Friedersdorf.”

    Breaking news! Some people who know Trump talked to the Russkis!
    Therefor…………
    uh

  19. So basically colleges are becoming vocational institutes.

    If only.

    1. Those who cannot learn from history majors are doomed to have them repeat themselves.

      1. This might be the funniest thing I have ever seen you post.

    2. Next line: “Nothing necessarily wrong with that”.

      So basically he notes that more people are getting useful practical degrees. Fewer people are getting worthless bullshit degrees. And he gives it the Not-That-There’s-Anything-Wrong-With-That treatment.

      Those figures should be a cause for celebration.

      Sure, I agree that college is still overpriced. But at least people are getting an overpriced practical degree instead of an overpriced pointless degree.

  20. Putin’s Potential Penthouse in Trump Tower Moscow Launches Investigation

    Lefties might have Trump so upset he leaves the White House after 8 years.

    This is fun! Lefties thinks every person close to Trump, at one point, that Mueller gets to plead to some lying charge will reveal something illegal that Trump did. They never do. They haven’t in almost 2 years.

    1. leaves the White House after 8 years

      Still making dumb predictions after the hilarious inaccuracy of your “Red Wave” talk?

      LOL

    2. Poor Democrats.

  21. It means Russia had leverage over Trump since then.”

    Do they have any evidence indicating that Trump gave Putin or the Russians something in return for this leverage?

    “Lawyer Ken White (aka Popehat) writes that once again, we’re faced with “developments that would, under normal circumstances, end a presidency”

    Most of our presidents were career lawyers, prosecutors, career politicians, military people–people with no substantial active interests that they manage themselves when they entered politics.

    Trump, on the other hand, was quite the entrepreneur. It’s neither surprising that he had a luxury development going up in a place with a lot of nouveau riche given to conspicuous consumption, and it’s not surprising if such people were buying properties in his development either.

    1. Yep. Another breaking story about how “water is wet!”

  22. I’m so excited about my first @Medium story about people’s plans for their sex dolls after they die.

    I assumed they’d be buried with them. Pharoah’s tomb style.

    1. Sex dolls never say no to necrophilia.

  23. I don’t think these people understand how a bribe works. See, if Putin had given Trump a $50 million penthouse, then that would establish that Trump has taken a bribe. If Trump gives Putin a $50 million penthouse, then Putin is the one beholden to a foreign despot, not Trump.
    Fucking idiots.

  24. “CNN is taking some heat for firing Marc Lamont Hill, a regular contributor who on Wednesday advocated for a boycott of Israel and a “free Palestine from the river to the sea.”

    If the United States broke off relations with Israel, I doubt Israel would negotiate a peaceful settlement with the Palestinians. Rather, I suspect Isreal might slaughter every man, woman, and child in Gaza, invade and extinguish all of their enemies in southern Lebanon, etc. and dare the Iranians to do something about it.

    It is a very common and absurd assumption that our more vicious allies would be nicer people if only it weren’t for the influence of the United States, and it manifests itself all over the world. I’ve seen the same sort of the thinking on display in regards to Korea. U.S. influence in Korea didn’t make the South Koreans more belligerent than they would have been otherwise. Rather, if it weren’t for American influence with South Korea, I suspect they might have invaded the North in response to various provocations long ago.

    Whatever it is that makes people believe these things, it also comes with a huge dose of naivete.

    1. Go look up what the Romans did to Carthage in the Third Punic War.

      *Technically* that’s what countries historically do. Israel is an exception and are expected to play by a different historical military standard. Nothing beats the fact they get invaded by a gang of Arab countries, kick their asses, gain territory (as natural. Spoils to the victor and all that…) and then are expected to give the land back. Not only that, the UN expects ‘proportional force’ from Israel.

      Name me ONE country that faces this crap.

      1. Shit, the Israelis did that three times in 48, 67, and 73! And not one American soldier was killed.

  25. “Louisiana School Made Headlines for Sending Black Kids to Elite Colleges. Here’s the Reality.”

    Progressives man…

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/30/us
    /tm-landry-college-prep-black-students.html

    1. But their FEELZ were in the right place!

  26. Cool, so now we get to hear conservatives whine about “dog whistles” too?

  27. EXCLUSIVE: FBI RAIDS HOME OF WHISTLEBLOWER ON CLINTON FOUNDATION, LAWYER SAYS
    FBI agents raided the home of a recognized Department of Justice whistleblower who privately delivered documents pertaining to the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One to a government watchdog, according to the whistleblower’s attorney.

    1. Bets on whether we will see this story reported by Reason?

    2. Amid Trade War With U.S., There Are Signs Of Dissent Among China’s Economists – says NPR

      “This trade war is not between China and the U.S.,” says economist Sheng Hong. “It’s a war between China’s most powerful political interest group on one side, while the U.S. and the people of China are on the other.”

      I think NPR has done more, in this trade war, to point out that China is a communist dictatorship and advocate for the Chinese people over the Chinese government than Reason.

  28. PSA. Remove the s in https and the software will auto shorten.

    Why do successful lawyers testify? Trump is smart enough to avoid a perjury trap. Even Reason writes about it, when convenient for them.

  29. Swalwell and other members of the House Intelligence Committee say they will investigate beginning in January.

    Hopefully the Dems will focus on investigating every rumor of every crazy thing Trump has done or said. That ought to keep them busy for the rest of eternity and we can all get on with our lives without their meddling in our affairs.

  30. CNN is taking some heat for firing Marc Lamont Hill, a regular contributor who on Wednesday advocated for a boycott of Israel and a “free Palestine from the river to the sea.”

    All the anti-Semitic Trump supporters who watch CNN that I know are pretty pissed they fired the black guy.

  31. want to keep job, reserve Hamas catch-phrases for stand up routine.

    1. Spout Hamas catch-phrases like a thug, get shitcanned like a thug.

  32. “nothing to do with Russia. Haven’t made a phone call to Russia in years. Don’t speak to people from Russia. ? I have nothing to do with Russia. To the best of my knowledge, no person that I deal with does.”

    In the context of “asked about it shortly after the election”, that means “the Russian government’ – and “a lawyer was negotiating a previously started business deal there and talking to people” does not show any lies there, even when the Russian government is demanding bribes.

    I mean, unless we assume Mr. Trump is now magically super-competent and aware and follows the details of every deal his people are doing all the time, while running for President, I don’t find it hard to believe that he wasn’t following the details of Cohen’s back and forth with the Russians on this.

    (What is still lacking, of course, is even the slightest evidence of personal corruption or actual Russian influence on the President, no matter what alleged “leverage” we can somehow handwave into existence.

    As far as I can see, in fact, the President has consistently acted against Russian interests any place he has the idea it’s in American interest to do so – how’s Gazprom doing now, again, with US natural gas exports? Didn’t Trump approve the deal to sell Poland anti-missile systems that Putin’s been screaming about for years?

    This is leverage? Maybe he should have more?)

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