Aaron Klein is a weekend radio talk show host, author, and Jerusalem bureau chief for Breitbart News Network and weekly columnist for the The Jewish Press. Klein appears regularly on radio talk shows and TV programs. Klein has written seven books, three of which are New York Times bestsellers.
On Monday, the Washington Post first reported that FBI agents repeatedly questioned Page for about ten hours over a series of five meetings in March about the Russia narrative. “Both the blessing and the curse of all my discussions with the FBI rested on the fact that the Dodgy Dossier clearly stood as the central foundation of the interrogations,” Page told Breitbart News.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) sent the following statement to news agencies, including Breitbart News:The IDF said that the rocket from Gaza landed in an open area and no injuries were reported. After the rocket was launched, an Islamic State-affiliated group, Ahfad al-Sahaba, claimed credit for the terror rocket attack. Israel routinely holds Gaza’s Hamas rulers responsible for any rocket fire from the coastal enclave.
Mason was speaking during his regular segment on this reporter’s talk radio program, “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and NewsTalk 990 AM. Meanwhile, they tell you Trump is failing; he is fading; he is going to become a worthless proposition within an hour and a half… One way or another he’ll be wiped out. And while they are announcing it, all of the sudden you notice that they are losing every election.
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