#1 Russia-linked company that hired Michael Cohen registered alt-right websites during election by Cincinnatus 10.05.2018 17:06

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Source is WaPo. How desperate is the Left getting in its attempts to smear the President? Article doesn't say Cohen had anything to do with any of the sites, nor represented any of them legally, only that a RUSSIAN company he had an association with registered them.

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A company at the center of widening questions involving President Trumpís personal lawyer Michael Cohen is listed as the organization behind a string of websites targeted toward white nationalists and other members of the alt-right.

Columbus Nova, a company whose U.S. chief executive, Andrew Intrater, and Russian investment partner Viktor Vekselberg have both reportedly been interviewed by special counsel Robert S. Mueller IIIís team, is listed as the registrant behind a handful of domains for websites named after the alt-right that were created during the 2016 election.



Here's the kicker:

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It is unclear if any of these websites were launched or ever hosted content.



http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/r...2BXI?ocid=ientp

#2 RE: Russia-linked company that hired Michael Cohen registered alt-right websites during election by algernonpj 10.05.2018 19:00

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Quote: Cincinnatus wrote in post #1
Source is WaPo. How desperate is the Left getting in its attempts to smear the President? Article doesn't say Cohen had anything to do with any of the sites, nor represented any of them legally, only that a RUSSIAN company he had an association with registered them.

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A company at the center of widening questions involving President Trumpís personal lawyer Michael Cohen is listed as the organization behind a string of websites targeted toward white nationalists and other members of the alt-right.

Columbus Nova, a company whose U.S. chief executive, Andrew Intrater, and Russian investment partner Viktor Vekselberg have both reportedly been interviewed by special counsel Robert S. Mueller IIIís team, is listed as the registrant behind a handful of domains for websites named after the alt-right that were created during the 2016 election.


Here's the kicker:

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It is unclear if any of these websites were launched or ever hosted content.



http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/r...2BXI?ocid=ientp




As infuriating as the lefts ham-handed attempts to smear the president are, I do love the smell of desperation.

#3 RE: Russia-linked company that hired Michael Cohen registered alt-right websites during election by ThirstyMan 11.05.2018 02:27

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It's Yellow Journalism!

"Journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exaggeration."

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