Earlier I asked the following question. Trump supporters say "Trump authorised it, it's legal." Does that mean Rudy was carrying out ...?

...Trump's orders to withhold military aid until an announcement was made that Biden was under investigation for corruption?

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"Who authorised Rudy Giuliani to negotiate foreign policy for the US as a private citizen? "

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20191...

"Its very common for Presidents to send trusted advisors as his representative."

"There is NOTHING new about US Presidents having private citizens represent them abroad."

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago
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    Foreign service professionals say one thing again and again: "This. Is. Not. Normal."

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  • 3 months ago

    Under the Constitution the President has the authority to appoint anyone he chooses to negotiate foreign policy. Schiff is simply bringing in swamp dwellers who think they are the ones who should be doing it. BTW, there is no evidence that Trump gave any such orders.

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    Foreign trolls like you should learn American spelling so that you don't betray yourselves by using British spelling when pretending to be Americans.  Tell your boss Putin to buy you some English lessons from an American.

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  • Ron
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    3 months ago

    recently declassified memos show Burisma representatives pressuring Obama administration officials to end the investigation and specifically naming Hunter Biden as a reason the State Department should get involved.

    The final correspondence, from February 2016, took place just one month before then-Vice President Joe Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. aid from Ukraine unless the country fired the prosecutor leading the Burisma investigation.

    The memos also reveal that then-Secretary of State John Kerry's stepson, Christopher Heinz, who was partners with Hunter Biden and another Burisma board member, Devon Archer, at a firm known as Rosemont Seneca, severed ties with his former colleagues due to their participation in the Burisma dealings.

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