Episode

7/17 Craig Unger: Trump’s Russian Laundromat

July 17, 2017

Investigative journalist Craig Unger, explains the importance of money laundering in Russian organized crime. The links between the Trump organization and Russian mafia and oligarchs. Buying condos through shell companies. Who is Semion Mogilevich? Was the Russian Mafia a major part of Trump’s finances? Who is Felix Sater and was he like Whitey Bulger? And understanding Russian organized crime and the intelligence services.

On the Fun Half: Mike Pence lies about healthcare. Trump, has already killed more civilians than Obama. Jesse Waters gets fooled. Shep Smith cannot understand why Republicans keep lying.  Are Republicans starting to question Trump’s Russia connections? Is Susan Collins hedging on the healthcare bill and your calls and IMs.

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