"Look, I supported his domestic policy. I liked him on Supreme Court appointments. But he created a terrible conflict for people, many like me liberal Democrats who support his domestic policy, but think he was an appalling – appalling – president when it came to foreign policy. He hurt America so badly."
Yesterday, Aleister covered the FBI documents that suggested there might have been an offer of "quid pro quo." Today, the FBI released a new series of documents that confirm this—ultimately failed—attempt to "influence" the FBI.
He worried that "some people may seize upon that uncorroborated, unvetted information that was in there, that was basically just a collation of this information that came out of FBI files, and to point to Saudi involvement, which I think would be very, very inaccurate."
Muslims for Progressive Values is a grassroots, faith-based human rights organization. For years we have been in search of these inclusive imams. We have been elated to partner with them, but we've also discovered that they recoil in fear at the thought of going public with their views.
In case you might have missed it, Saudi Arabia and Iran are teetering on the edge of open war. For years, the two regional powers have been engaged in at least three proxy wars across the Mid-East.In Syria, the Quds and the IRGC have been fighting to bolster Bashar al-Assad's depleted forces since at least 2012, while the Saudis and the other...