Adam Goldman

Adam Goldman

@adamgoldmanNYT

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NYT reporter covering FBI and nat sec. Ex-WaPo & AP. Contact info: goldmanadam@protonmail.com

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Even after he later acknowledged that it would not be zero, he insisted the death toll would fall “substantially below the 100,000” mark.

In the annals of the American presidency, it would be hard to recall a more catastrophically wrong prediction.

In late February, he said there were only 15 coronavirus cases in the United States, understating even then the actual number, and declared that “the 15 within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero.”

This was a death toll that Mr. Trump once predicted would never be reached.

In terms of American deaths, it is the equivalent of 22 Iraq wars, 33 Sept. 11 attacks, 41 Afghanistan wars, 42 Pearl Harbors or 25,000 Benghazis. https://t.co/AirCfpeUEK @peterbakernyt

Seventy five years on the fake document that led to the Nazi SS leader's capture is revealed ...and the story of how it ended up with an MI5 officer turned judge..... https://t.co/kErwryavyL

A few, however, including the case agent, William Barnett, and one of the agents who interviewed Mr. Flynn, Joe Pientka, are still at the bureau.

The Inspection Division lacks the authority to impose disciplinary action against people no longer employed by the F.B.I., which covers most of the major players in the Flynn case.

The order came as the F.B.I. director announced on Friday the bureau would conduct an internal review of the investigation into Flynn, including to “determine whether any current employees engaged in misconduct” https://t.co/Ou4UXVj6Xb @charlie_savage

What a week for Jo Rae Perkins. 

She won the nomination for U.S. Senate in Oregon, then thanked her Q conspiracy supporters, then told me all about her Q beliefs, then abruptly disowned Q, and now she's disowning her statement disowning Q.

https://t.co/8Rf7Whrh6T https://t.co/m3SJwIKnbg

What a week for Jo Rae Perkins. She won the nomination for U.S. Senate in Oregon, then thanked her Q conspiracy supporters, then told me all about her Q beliefs, then abruptly disowned Q, and now she's disowning her statement disowning Q. https://t.co/8Rf7Whrh6T https://t.co/m3SJwIKnbg

In the past week, 2 people filed complaints with the Virginia Bar regarding Biss. In one, a Maryland resident complained that Biss harassed him with a threatening letter and with a subpoena for his social media activity through a lawsuit with which he has no clear connection.

“I mean, I’ve never heard of that happening in my life. Have you?” A transcript shows that Biss replied that he had not.

“You file a suit on behalf of somebody you never talked to? I mean that’s astounding. That’s astounding,” Judge Matthew F. Kennelly of the U.S. District Court for Northern Illinois scolded Steven S. Biss in court, according to a transcript. https://t.co/2yj3lBOEW9

“The president is laser-focused on the issues at hand and asks probing questions throughout the briefings — it reminds me of appearing before a well-prepared appellate judge and defending the case,” said Robert C. O’Brien, Trump's national security adviser

“When you are there, you see a president questioning the assumptions and using the opportunity to broaden the discussion to include real-world perspectives,” Mr. Grenell said.

Richard Grenell, the acting director of national intelligence, said that the idea that Trump was difficult in intelligence briefings was “flat wrong.” https://t.co/HxQIMa2hJN

NEW: A look into Trump’s intelligence briefings led by Beth Sanner. @adamgoldmanNYT and I report. https://t.co/65CJjxBYmW

Lawmakers Demand a Vote to Stop FBI Collecting Web Browser History Without a Warrant https://t.co/IfYz6aRChE via @gizmodo

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