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On 2/3/2018 5:48 PM, Bill Vanek wrote:
>> What part of the above do you dispute and on what basis? If the
>> president and his family and cronies aren't guilty of anything then do
>> they all act so guilty? The question is rhetorical, the answer is obvious.

> Who is acting guilty, and how?

Trump and everyone in his orbit. Every one of them has lied repeatedly 
and/or conveniently contracted amnesia about their contacts with 
Russians until the facts are read back to them. And if Trump was 
innocent he would want the investigation to continue to its conclusion 
so he could be exonerated, but all he has done is tried to throw 
roadblocks in the way of the investigation. He could not do a better 
imitation of a guilty man if he tried.