Putin asked Trump for permission to interrogate Obama’s ambassador for crimes


With The White House flip-flopping back and forth on what was actually said – and meant to be said – in Helsinki, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders dropped the latest tape-bomb to blow the establishment’s mind during to today’s press conference.

Sanders reported that President Trump is open to a proposal from Vladimir Putin to let Russian authorities question the former U.S. ambassador to Moscow, Michael McFaul.

While Trump reportedly made no commitments to Putin, the Russian president offered to allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller to observe interrogations of the 12 Russian intelligence agents indicted by a U.S. grand jury last week for hacking Democratic Party email accounts.

Trump called it an “interesting idea” and an “incredible offer” at the news conference.
Sanders left the press corps dangling by concluding that:
“The president will work with his team and we’ll let you know if there’s an announcement on that front.”

As The Hill reports, Russia state-owned outlet RT reported that Russia wanted to question McFaul and the author of the so-called Steele dossier, Christopher Steele, among others in its investigation into American financier Bill Browder.

Browder is a prominent critic of Putin who lobbied on behalf of the Magnitsky Act, which imposed sanctions against Russia.

McFaul turned to hysterics and sent out two dozen tweets in a very short time…denounced the possibility of his being questioned by Russian officials, and has called on Trump to condemn the proposal.

“Putin has been harassing me for a long time,” McFaul said on Twitter on Wednesday.

“That he now wants to arrest me, however, takes it to a new level. I expect my government to defend me and my colleagues in public and private.”

And went on…

Does he seem nervous to you?