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New York Post

Clinton team created ‘Russiagate’ and other commentary

Scandal watch: Clinton Team Created ‘Russiagate’. Special counsel John Durham’s indictment of former “Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann . . . is damning on the alleged effort to push a false Russia collusion claim,” explains Jonathan Turley at The Hill — especially the line “we will have to expose every trick we have in our bag” from a researcher ordered to produce a phony finding that “Russia’s Alpha Bank was used as a direct conduit between . . . Trump’s campaign and the Kremlin,” a claim Sussmann brought to the FBI without disclosing that Clinton’s team was his client. In all, the “effort to create a Russia collusion scandal with the help of Justice Department insiders and an eager, enabling media” amounted to a “Nixonian dirty tricks operation.”
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Drabczyk is a breath of fresh air on the South Shore (letter to the editor)

In regard to Brian Laline’s “Letter from the Editor” on representation on the South Shore, I am in full agreement that Staten Islanders should have choices when they go to the polls. The Democrats have not traditionally run vigorous campaigns or even put up candidates to run against Republican candidates for City Council in District 50 and 51. I live in District 50 and would be delighted to have an active candidate for City Council. There is someone running in my district on the Democratic ticket but I would not even suggest that he wants to win the district since I have not seen a sign, have not received a phone call, have not heard a peep from him— I don’t consider that a “real” candidate who is looking to win an election.

Joe Biden's UN speech: What to expect

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is scheduled to deliver his first address before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday — an agenda-setting speech that comes as he faces continuing criticism over the chaotic United States withdrawal from Afghanistan. Afghanistan will be just one contentious issue facing Biden when he...

'Stop the Steal' rally in Bedminster shadows Ciattarelli

BEDMINSTER TWP. - An event that occurred in the township last fall has become a potential liability for Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli. Ciattarelli's speaking appearance at a "Stop the Steal" rally that called for overturning President Trump's election defeat was the focus of a TV attack ad put out last week by his Democratic opponent, Gov. Phil Murphy.