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Amazes me that the Republicans never threw any of the Clinton's dealings with the Russians back in her face. What about the speeches they gave in Russia and the money that came into their 'money laundering' system from Russians? Nobody talked about that!

"The best defense is a good offense" is an adage that has been applied to many fields of endeavor, including games and military combat. It is also known as the Strategic Offensive principle of war. Generally, the idea is that proactivity (a strong offensive action) instead of a passive attitude will preoccupy the opposition and ultimately hinder its ability to mount an opposing counterattack, leading to a strategic advantage.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T...a_good_offense

@Maze "The best defense is a good offense" is an adage that has been applied to many fields of endeavor, including games...

It's the easiest way to figure out what they're up to. Whenever they accuse Trump of something, they're probably covering up something similar.

@natkrasp It's the easiest way to figure out what they're up to. Whenever they accuse Trump of something, they're probably...

Yeah, 100%. Democrats in general, and the Clintons in particular, have a long history of election fraud and colluding with foreign interests against the interests of the American public.

The 1996 United States campaign finance controversy was an alleged effort by the People's Republic of China to influence domestic American politics prior to and during the Clinton administration and also involved the fund-raising practices of the administration itself.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1...ce_controversy

MAY 18, 1998 President Clinton said today that reported political campaign contributions from China to the Democrats had not influenced his foreign policy, but he welcomed further investigation into decisions that made it easier for China to launch American satellites and possibly obtain sensitive technology.
http://www.nytimes.com/1998/05/...us-policy.html

“Chinese Ambassador Cui invited me over to the residence Tuesday for a coffee and to make a request. He wants to have an informal, private, off the record get together with a few of us to discuss the next year and the current state of US-China affairs,” wrote Clinton campaign aide Kurt Campbell in the Jan. 7, 2016, email.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/02/...#ixzz4cGugFLb1

What is the actual proof that either one of them are?

Being photographed together is the definition of circumstantial evidence.

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