White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller; presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway; chief strategist Stephen Bannon; now-former national security adviser Michael Flynn; senior White House adviser Jared Kushner; and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)

The latest news coming out of the White House is only shocking if you believe that a restaurant in Washington, D.C., was really a secret meeting place for high-profile pedophiles or believe that the New York Times is failing, but it turns out that the White House and Russia kick it.

The White House and Russia get it shaking like dice. They go way back like Cadillac seats. Russia is the White House’s #MCM.


According to CNN, high-level folks over at the White House were in constant communication with Russia during President Asshat’s run to the White House, and Asshat and former President Barack Obama were both briefed on the extensive communication between Russian operatives and people within Asshat’s crew.

U.S. intelligence became concerned with the amount of communication and the proximity of those involved in the calls with now-President Asshat.

“Among several senior Trump advisers regularly communicating with Russian nationals were then campaign chairman Paul Manafort and then adviser Michael Flynn,” CNN reports.

While talks between campaigns and foreign officials are not uncommon, the calls stood out because of the frequency and the fact that Trump kept picking up the phone and making ghost noises and then hanging up the level of those involved.


Manafort denies any involvement with the Russians.

“That is 100 percent not true, at least as far as me,” Manafort told CNN. “I cannot believe that they are including me in anything like that. I have not been involved in any of these activities.”


Manafort told CNN that whoever has included his name in contacts with Russia is mistaken and added that he never spoke to Russian officials during Asshat’s campaign.

“I don’t remember talking to any Russian officials, ever. Certainly during the time we’re talking about,” Manafort told the news station, adding that the allegations are “boggling.”


“I have knowingly never talked to any intelligence official or anyone in Russia regarding anything of what’s under investigation,” he said. “I have never had any connection to [Russian President Vladimir] Putin or the Russian government before, during or after the campaign.”

Read more at CNN.

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