Scruple-less Saturday


They have us all figured out. They are cordially invited to STUFF IT!

CEO Alexander Nix approached Wikileaks founder Julian Assange last year to exploit Hillary Clinton’s private emails has amplified questions about Cambridge’s role in President Trump’s 2016 campaign.
Shortly after The Daily Beast reported Nix’s contact with Assange Wednesday, the Trump campaign’s executive director sought to downplay Cambridge’s role. Michael Glassner said in a statement that the Republican National Committee was the campaign’s primary source of voter data. “Any claims that voter data from any other source played a key role in the victory are false,” Michael Glassner wrote. The statement did not respond to reporting in WIRED and elsewhere revealing a close relationship between the Trump campaign and Cambridge staffers. Cambridge did not respond to WIRED’s request for comment.
So, what gives? Such he-said-she-said battles are usually better left to Beltway happy hours. But as Congress and special investigator Robert Mueller turn their spotlights on Cambridge Analytica in their probes into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, it’s essential to get the facts straight about what the firm did—and didn’t—do for the Trump campaign.


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13 Responses to Scruple-less Saturday

  1. Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

    Cold here again. Sure hope we get another warm day when Pete is around to take the filter off the pool and clean it out.

    Sitting in here, can hear the dryer in the basement buzz better. I have clothes in there that need to be hung on the line. Then I’ll sit out in the LR with Bob and Jill.


  2. Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

    I feel for you, Den, having to rent a place. Nothing like a paid off house leaving an oldster with no rent to pay. Plus, neighbors suck.

    Better stay out of Minnesota until spring. Let them have the winter months w/o you. You DO still want to go home, right?


  3. David B. Benson says:

    South to Shopko in 49 minutes to order a prescription. Then along Bishop Blvd past the old Dennys remade into a Japanese steakhouse to the Birch & Barley makes 77 minutes.


    • David B. Benson says:

      After a blackened catfish dinner with an unusual 2 glasses of wine then west on East Main to Stadium Way and up that to Ensminger Pavilion, the beautifully remodeled old meat lab, for a sit down with wine concert of baroque music. My, how nice the all string orchestra sounded. Chatted with Kirill, who also plays harpsichord, and Keadrin whose coral solo in the coral concert I had to miss as I couldn’t be in 2 places at once. Afterwards just 22 minutes to the house built a daily total of 132 minutes.

      Day 7: 301+132=433 minutes.


  4. Den says:

    Checked the valves on the bike, all within tolerance, 85K miles, never needed adjustment, says something about Japanese quality.

    Sure could go for some Miso soup and a Teriyaki Steak.


  5. Den says:

    Best Doggie Costume Award:


  6. Den says:

    Dodgers opened a can of Whoop-Ass on the Astros in the 9th,
    final score – 6-2 Dodgers, series tied 2-2 now.


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