It’s time for a change.

And it’s time to move on from this.

We have to move past the lies, the distortions, and the distortions that have been part of this whole Trump and Russia saga.

It’s not going to happen anymore.

The only way to get past it is to move forward and find common ground.

And we can’t let the president and the White House tell us that we have to go back to the old days.

The president, the press secretary, and others, we know that these lies are coming from the same people, the same sources.

It is not the facts.

We must not let them control our lives and our democracy.

It does not matter if the Trump administration is wrong, wrong, or just plain wrong, we must not allow them to influence us and our families.

I’ve been telling my family and friends about this since the beginning of the year.

My dad, my mom, my brother and sister, and even my niece, who is 11 years old, have all told me that they are afraid that this whole thing will happen again.

We’ve heard from all of you.

I’m going to let you in on a secret: I am not alone.

This is not going away.

We are all going to face a very difficult time.

It will be very hard for us to continue to do this without your support.

I can promise you that.

It won’t be easy.

We will be here for you, and we will work with you.

So don’t give up.

We cannot let this get to us.

It can’t be allowed to happen.

So, let’s take a look at some of the facts, the facts that are most important to us right now.

Trump’s tweet was a response to a report that a source close to the president had been quoted saying that he was in touch with Russian President Vladimir Putin about a deal to lift sanctions imposed after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine.

At first, Trump was quick to dismiss the report.

Then he called it “fake news,” claiming that it was “fake stuff from a very disgruntled ex-spy.”

At the time, it was unclear if he had any basis for his claims.

But a New York Times story later published Monday showed that Trump had a direct line to the Russian ambassador.

That article also showed that the Russian government has long denied the existence of any agreement with Trump to lift the sanctions.

The president then claimed that he and Putin discussed lifting the sanctions, according to a transcript of their conversation published Monday by CNN.

He also asserted that the sanctions were not lifted “by my order,” saying that they were “done by the United States.”

When pressed on the point, Trump said, “I’m not going into that,” adding that he has “great respect for the people of Russia.”

Later, he said, “”I’m talking to him.””

The transcript of Trump’s phone call with the Russian foreign minister did not show that Trump actually said anything during the call. “

It’s a bad time to do it.”

The transcript of Trump’s phone call with the Russian foreign minister did not show that Trump actually said anything during the call.

It also did not include Trump’s claim that Putin offered him the lifting of sanctions, as the New York Post’s Andrew Kaczynski reported on Monday.

The transcript also did show that Putin said that Trump “understood” that he did not want the lifting.

And he did say that he believed that the lifting would be “good news.”

Trump, of course, later tweeted that he had “great regard” for Putin.

“I spoke with him today,” he wrote.

“He is a great man.

Very nice.

And I think that, in addition to our great chemistry, it’s going to be a very good relationship.”

Trump later clarified his remarks, saying that Putin’s comments were “totally false.”

“No, I never said I think sanctions are going to come down,” Trump said.

He added, “We have a great relationship.

We’re going to have great relations.”

Trump’s tweets and the controversy over the “Trump-Putin” story have been a constant on the president’s campaign trail and in the White Congress.

But it was also a source of anxiety for his allies, who have been increasingly frustrated with the president, who often goes out of his way to say something that is untrue or inaccurate.

And Trump has continued to back away from the Russia scandal, even after the president made it clear in an interview with NBC that he believes the story.

The Trump administration has also been caught up in a political firestorm over its response to the storm that erupted in Virginia on Saturday.

President Trump was criticized by Republican leaders for not taking a stand on the deadly white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August.

The White House has been facing scrutiny for not immediately taking a firm stance on the violence that erupted at the rally.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Friday

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