Deal No. 3 | Colonel Cassad

As a result of the meeting between Putin and Trump, some progress has been made in Syria, so that the meeting can not be called completely empty exclusively for the handshake, which in many ways was overly discussed, precisely because the majority did not understand what Trump could expect. After a two-hour discussion of various issues, the parties agreed to expand the armistice in Syria by including areas in the Southeast – Deraa and Quneitra, where the United States will commit itself to cease fire by local factions, and the Russian Federation, with the help of the military police, will ensure the ceasefire of Damascus. Anonymous sources report that the United States will help to ensure that Israel and Jordan fulfill the ceasefire. The truce enters into force on 9 July. Regarding the situation in the province of Raqqa and in the south-western regions of Syria, there is as yet no concrete solution.

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McCain and the “Russians”

The same foreign lobbyists and Russians tied to the Trump probe were once associated to Senator John McCain when he ran for president. Sen. John McCain, always the political maverick, recently bucked his own Republican Party by refusing to defend President Donald Trump in the Russia investigation and even suggesting the matter was reaching epic proportions.

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Putin Derangement Syndrome Arrives | Taibbi

One way we recognize a mass hysteria movement is that everyone who doesn’t believe is accused of being in on the plot. This has been going on virtually unrestrained in both political and media circles in recent weeks.

The aforementioned Mensch, a noted loon who thinks Putin murdered Andrew Breitbart but has somehow been put front and center by The Times and HBO’s Real Time, has denounced an extraordinary list of Kremlin plants.

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