LONDON -- The Moscow operation behind the now-infamous Russian-Trump Tower meeting in June 2016 included a direct attempt to enlist a foreign country's law-enforcement official as a virtual double-agent, according to a court case in Switzerland. One of Switzerland's top investigators has been fired after allegations of bribery, violating secrecy laws, and "unauthorized clandestine behavior" in meeting with the very same Russian actors linked to the Trump Tower encounter.
Actual headline: Swiss Fire Top Investigator After Clandestine Meeting With Russian Lawyer At Center Of Trump Tower Scandal Couldn't fit that too well.
If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck... It's perfectly normal. Nothing to see here. Move along now. - Sincerely the GOP.
Posted this earlier.
Drudge Retort Headlines
A 'Mass Shooting Generation' Cries Out for Change (86 comments)
Did Russia Affect 2016 Election? It's Now Undeniable (44 comments)
Limbaugh's Solution: More Guns in Schools (28 comments)
Trump Isn't Even Close to Being Off the Hook (26 comments)
Fergie Tries to Sex Up the National Anthem (24 comments)
Clapper: Mueller Has 'Other Shoes to Drop' (22 comments)
The Age of Constant Surveillance (22 comments)
American Nationalists Are Quiet as Mice on Russia (19 comments)
Economists Fear Trump is Nuking the Economy (19 comments)