A Bloodless Coup By A Foreign Power Is Still A Coup

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In addition to the Presidency, everyone that Donald Trump brought with him into government must leave if collusion is demonstrated between his campaign/corporation and Russia. We have no way to discern how deep the Russian influence goes. We now know that Attorney General Jeff Sessions seems to have committed perjury during his Senate confirmation hearings when he stated that he did not meet with any Russian representatives while he was acting as a Trump surrogate during the campaign. We also know that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been negotiating a $500 billion deal for many years between ExxonMobil and Rosneft, the Russian oil and gas company. The sanctions placed on Russia by President Obama scratched the deal and infuriated both Exxon and Vladimir Putin. Mr. Tillerson is clearly tainted by his financial and professional interest. But Scott Pruitt, the new head of the EPA, also contributes to the Russian economy by relaxing rules on oil and gas exploration. Developing America’s renewable energy infrastructure would employ more people and be cheaper than further fossil fuel development. Oil and gas comprise about 60% of the Russian economy. What’s good for Russia may not be good for America.

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