Nunes Outraged that [American] Spies Paid to Brush Up against Trump Aides

I just saw this Devin Nunes quote, from a WaPo story on the fight over releasing details on Stefan Halper investigative activities into the infiltration of Trump’s campaign by Russian assets.

Nunes said he and his colleagues have been troubled by reports and indications that sources may have been repeatedly reaching out to Trump campaign members and even offering aides money to encourage them to meet. The president, he said, has ample reason to be angry and suspicious.

“If you are paying somebody to come talk to my campaign or brush up against my campaign, whatever you call it, I’d be furious,” Nunes said.

The reference to “paying somebody” is presumably a reference to Halper paying George Papadopoulos $3,000 for research as a way to get an opportunity to ask, in a possibly recorded phone call, about the DNC emails.

As TheDCNF reported back in March, Halper contacted Papadopoulos through email on Sept. 2, 2016, offering to fly him to London to discuss writing a policy paper about energy issues in Turkey, Israel and Cyprus. Halper offered to pay $3,000 for the paper.

Papadopoulos made the trip and had dinner multiple times with Halper and a Turkish woman described as his assistant. Sources familiar with Papadopoulos’s version of their meetings said Halper randomly asked Papadopoulos whether he knew about Democratic National Committee emails that had been hacked and leaked by Russians.

Papadopoulos strongly denied the allegation, sources familiar with his version of the exchange have told TheDCNF. Halper grew agitated and pressed Papadopoulos on the topic. Papadopoulos believes that Halper was recording him during some of their interactions, sources said.

Halper’s assistant, who is named Azra Turk, brought up Russians and emails over drinks with Papadopoulos. Turk also flirted heavily with Papadopoulos and attempted to meet him in Chicago, where he lives, a source told TheDCNF.

I’d be curious to see Papadopoulos’ notoriously inflated resume to see whether he included the research project on it after he completed it.

That Nunes thinks Trump should be outraged about this one incident is particularly notable, given that neither Nunes nor anyone else running cover for the Trump administration has ever expressed similar outrage about all the Trump aides that other countries were dangling money and other goods to brush up against. Those include (and this list is far from comprehensive):

  • Russian academics paying Carter Page to speak in Moscow
  • A pro-Russian Syrian group paying Don Jr to speak in Paris
  • Multiple Russian banks floating massive amounts of support to Jared
  • Russia’s RT paying Mike Flynn to appear at an event with Putin
  • Turkish pass-throughs paying Flynn to make a movie
  • Saudi, Israeli, and Emirati sources offering campaign assistance
  • Oleg Deripaska offering to forgive Paul Manafort’s $20 million debt for updates on the Trump campaign
  • Russians offering dirt on Hillary to get a meeting with Trump’s campaign manager, son, and son-in-law

I mean, even the Carter Page Moscow trip was more lucrative than the Papadopoulos research. And the other valuable things offered to campaign aides, by spooked-up sources from a range of countries, were tens or millions of dollars more valuable than what Halper offered, usually without any legit purpose tied to it.

And yet the only intelligence source that Nunes has expressed any outrage about — the only one! — is one associated with the United States, a person with long ties to the Republican party.

I mean, maybe Nunes is just dumb and doesn’t understand the stance he has now publicly adopted. Maybe he didn’t mean to say the only spies who shouldn’t be able to test whether Trump aides were willing to sell information for a price are American spies.

But thus far, the only lucrative outreach by spies that Nunes has objected to are American ones.

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    • Trip says:

      Well, there is also the consideration that he doesn’t understand it either; Not well enough to spin around it. Better to make up shit without having to rely on any basis in fact.

    • earlofhuntingdon says:

      He may also want to pretend not to know what’s reported in those materials because he might have direct knowledge of it.  Plausible deniability and all that.

  1. Peterr says:

    There’s also the flip side to this, Marcy.

    Was Nunes outraged by the reports of Cohen asking for corporate money, in order to facilitate meetings with Team Trump? How about when Jared asked for Qatari money to help keep 666 Park Avenue going? Any expressions of disdain when Kelly Anne Conway was pushing Ivanka’s clothing line?

    Maybe this is kind of a “Miss Manners” problem for Nunes. “You’re supposed to wait for us to *ask* for the money, not just throw it at us.”

  2. Rapier says:

    Nunes job is to protect America from its opponents and enemies. Russian’s associated with the Kremlin, Middle East princes and Israeli spooks are all loyal friends of America. Americas enemies mostly lie within. Within the FBI, the CIA, the Justice Department, the entire Democratic Party and among large swaths of American citizens. Traitors all.

    • bmaz says:

      Uh, America’s enemies are:

      “…the FBI, the CIA, the Justice Department, the entire Democratic Party and among large swaths of American citizens.”

      That is just fucking nuts. Are you a Truther too?

      • Rapier says:

        I guess I had to put in a (bitter) sarcasm alert. Sorry. I couldn’t imagine it would be needed. Of course it was needed in our increasingly bizarro world. Nunes, case in point.

        Somebody should invent a symbol for that.

  3. orionATL says:

    that’s an impressive trump&co resume – eight well-documented situations in which a trump  campaign official or family member received something of value or an offer of such from entities who would benefit from presidential intervention.

    this raises a question.  my general assumption has been, following what i have read pretty much everywhere, that neither trump nor his  NFF (new foreign friends :) ) expected him to win against clinton. but then why would any such entity provide support to someone they considered a sure loser? these folks aren’t philanthropists. does support of the sort listed here merely mean “just in case support”, or did these gift-givers intend to see that trump won if that was at all possible? did they put some skin in the american game? well, the russians certainly did. what about the middle easterners?

    speaking of nunes, this guy just keeps recycling the papadopoulos/page investigatory activities by u.s. intelligence. but i thought the trump campaign explicitly, publicly rejected both these guys as having any official role in the campaign. so how come nunes gets away with recycling investigations of these two campaign-rejected characters as evidence of u.s. intelligence’s malintent with respect to the trump campaign ? round and round and round he goed.

    • Bob Conyers says:

      I think the expectation was that Trump was going to remain a powerhouse in the GOP, and possibly able to run again against Clinton in 2020 or else be a kingmaker.

      I think they were anticipating (probably correctly) that Clinton would be swallowed up by manufactured scandals and the press would have no interest in following up on all of the evidence of Trump collusion and corruption in 2016.

    • Peterr says:

      With respect to the Israeli presence in the most recent story, Bibi has increasingly tied his own internal political base to the rightwing of the GOP. If the Israeli social media person is a front for Bibi (a decent probability, IMHO), then Trump’s candidacy would be a golden opportunity to show support for the GOP in a way that practically any other GOP candidate would reject. I think it was something more than a “just in case he wins” kind of support, but probably less than the “do anything possible to make it happen” effort.

      Three big items of Israel’s wish list from the US at the time were tearing up the Iran deal, actually moving the embassy to Jerusalem in defiance of the rest of the world, and lifting Jonathan Pollard’s conditions of parole to allow him to emigrate to Israel. Even if Trump had lost, Bibi would have increased the love that the GOP has for Israel by backing Trump (even if it was only known behind the scenes), which they then could have used to ask the GOP to ramp up the pressure for that wish list. Given that Trump won, that made this much easier — so far, they’ve gotten two out of three.

      • orionATL says:

        peterr –

        your view is the more reasonable and more likely. whatever one thinks of his ideology, netanyahu is devoted to israel. any experienced leader of a small nation dependent militarily and economically on the u.s. would likely resist an impulse to mess in american politics in so major away. nonetheless, the netanyahu gov’t has persistently messed in small, telling ways, e.g., with the address to congress and the behavior of its ambassador in obama days, and, most importantly, with its long running attacks on the jobs of american university faculty who criticize israel’s treatment of palestinians. this occurs most often thru pressure on university boards and presidents by wealthy zionist alumni/donors. similarly, the pressure on both students and faculty who support the divest movement has been intrusive and ihibiting of speech.

        given clinton’s career-long favorable lean toward israel and her friendship with haim saban, i doubt mr. n. would have been terribly fearful of a clinton presidency, but he certainly would have guessed those goals you listed would likely have been out of reach in a clinton administration without his having to do something major and positive toward the palestinians.

        however, given trump’s wellknown disregard for normal rules of behavior, if i were doing a counterintelligence investigation and learned about this meeting, i certainly would look very carefully in caves, crevices, and under rocks to be sure i hadn’t missed anything. the israeli governments can be very bold and are given to surprise attacks in what they see as the defense of their country.

        • Peterr says:

          I wouldn’t call an address to Congress, without consulting the sitting president, a “small, telling” thing.  In the last 10 years, there have been 14 such addresses by foreign leaders to a joint session of Congress, which puts this is the “pretty damn rare” category of speeches.  In the last 20 years, there have been 32 such speeches.

          While these are technically the business of the legislative branch of government, 13 of those 14 speeches involved substantial coordination with the president and State Department. The one exception . . . Bibi.

          This is *NOT* a small, telling thing.

          • Trip says:

            Netanyahu campaigned against Obama, and likewise Obama.  Bibi’s speech was insanely disrespectful to the president. Clinton would’ve put some in some ‘stops’. Trump/Kushner were willing to bend to all requests without pushback.

          • orionATL says:

            peterr –

            i was making a conscious effort to be “reasonable and tolerant”. my mistake. :))

            your opinion about the speech is more to my way of thinking (with telling documentation).

            o.k. let me go back to my normal persona.

            if an israeli “social media expert”, who could easily be allied with israel’s extensive black ops services, meets with eric prince (proud prince of american, later worldwide, military blackops) covertly representing the trump campaign, then that merits thorough investigation in any reasonable counterintelligence investigation given trump’s unevenhanded decision to put the embassy in jeruseleum – a twofer payoff to israeli’s and rightwing evangelicals.

            “… Erik Prince, the private security contractor and the former head of Blackwater, arranged the meeting, which took place on Aug. 3, 2016. The emissary, George Nader, told Donald Trump Jr. that the princes who led Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were eager to help his father win election as president. The social media specialist, Joel Zamel, extolled his company’s ability to give an edge to a political campaign; by that time, the firm had already drawn up a multimillion-dollar proposal for a social media manipulation effort to help elect Mr. Trump….”

            from may 18, 2018 nytimes, mazzetti, et al.

            likewise for any prince conversations with saudi/uae reps, given trumps subsequent tilt toward that cabal re solid american ally qatar.

            my thesis is trump policy decisions, which are eccentric and potentially extremely harmful to american interests, are unambiguous campaign payoffs.

            • Trip says:

              Not just campaign payoffs, it looks to be quid pro quo for associated Trump businesses internationally.

              • orionATL says:

                trip –

                whoops. count the businesses in too. tx.

                or should we just consider the american presidency another of trump&co.’s businesses? :)

      • emptywheel says:

        Side point. But it’s important to remember how the Israeli mob has increasingly become the Russian mob.

        • orionATL says:

          ew –

          israeli mob and russian mob, eh. this is interesting given extensive russian immigration into israel. maybe the mob is the worldwide web, the integumen, that connects some of the trump campaign’s covert assistance.

          is there a saudi or uae mob? that would be something. actually, the prince’s themselves are a sort of mob.

          • orionATL says:

            no !!!

            myer lansky lives.

            which somehow gets me to thinking about chabad and its chief rabbi, and jared, and putin, and…..

            things were much simpler when all good and bad were confined to domestic. now we have international mobs and international corporations.

  4. Trip says:

    OT: But can I just say that Kate Mckinnon pulled a bullseye on her Giuliani? The right mix of batshit and evil troll.  And whoever did the Trump brothers, pretty hilarious, too. The writing was very funny and cruel on Eric. Why don’t they have a Nunes?

  5. Avattoir says:


    Its appearance gets me thinking we might see it used more had Gli Azzurri qualified for the world futbol tourney opening June 14, featuring a notoriously ruthless central defender named, say, Sassino Malintende.

  6. earlofhuntingdon says:

    CNN’s commentariat aside, Trump is not “annoyed” about Mueller’s investigation.  He is worried and frightened by it, probably for good reason.  Trump, of all people, knows where he buried the bodies.  Typical of Trump, he reacts to fear with unthinking petulant anger. It’s a sign he is worried that Mueller is closing in.

    He’s so frightened he can’t even spell his wife’s name correctly, Melanie Melania, who just spent nearly a week in hospital.  Trump’s attacks on his own DoJ and FBI, staffed in large part by members of his party, are without precedent.  Both agencies have histories of sometimes abusing the public trust.  African Americans, in particular, have been targeted in the past.  But the president has never been a target of their excesses.  On the contrary, as president and as a moneyed white man of privilege, he has been treated with kid gloves.  Yet Trump complains.  If he acts, he threatens another obstruction of justice.

    Having no facts or law to support him, Trump demands that his afflicted base bestow upon him their hard-earned mantel of victim of the American political and legal systems.  Trump, a spoiled male child of white, moneyed privilege, a supposed billionaire, who is now so powerless that he is President of the United States.  If that’s being a victim, I’ll take it.

    • earlofhuntingdon says:

      Trump is blowing smoke.  What he really wants is the DoJ to tell him what Mueller has on him.  I don’t think Rudy 911 and Manhattan developer bluster are gonna be enough to find that out.

      • SteveB says:

        IG investigation suits Rosenstein down to ground.

        It takes the heat off.  Trump and Trumpers can rant and wail, but the response is that “the IG is looking into it, I can’t comment”.

        It seems highly unlikely that an IG department will leak : whats in it for the IG or anyone beneath him to do so?

        There is a theory advanced on Axios (Jonathan Swann) that Trump and Trumpers expected the Trump demand to force Rosenstein to resign in exasperation. They may have believed that, but it strikes me as a madcap calculation. Various stuff got shuffled off to the IG (McCabe, the use of FISA) to no particular advantage to Trump beyond spiteful gloating about McCabe.

        Now Trump may have expectations about his own little spy he has embedded as national security aide to Sessions (Ezra Cohen Watnick)  but Sessions has given every impression of wanting to appear to be playing things by the book, pushing his agenda and avoiding the shitstorms. He is a canny cautious operator, and knows enough about the Trump ultras to spot they are ill disciplined fuck-ups, whom he would be wise to avoid being tainted by.

        • philadelphialawyer says:

          Totally agree about IG. Rosenstein more than happy to respond to Trump’s complaint with a the by-the-book-appropriate referral to OIG. This is what you do with Trump’s and Nunes’ idiotic partisan investigation into the investigation requests. When they ask you to investigate the investigation of Hillary, you send it to OIG. When they ask you to investigate the investigation of Trump, you do likewise. Same when they request you investigate the investigations that led to various FISA requests. It is proper (that is how DOJ does investigations into its own people and their actions), AND it buries the politically motivated BS.  It takes a long time to complete, and will, in the end, barring massive and obvious political intervention into the OIG and/or the DOJ generally, come to nothing. Cuz there is nothing.

          IOW…”Fine Trump [or Nunes or whoever], we have received your phony, transparently political, BS request to investigate So and So complaints about Such and Such perfectly valid DOJ investigation, and, per DOJ rules and regs, have sent your BS complaint to the IOG for them to look into. Have a nice day!”

  7. SteveB says:

    Don Malintende has acceded to his poodle’s gracious expression of righteous indignation and has tweetordered the DOJ to look into whether the DOJ/FBI infiltrated his campaign.

    Happy Days

  8. SteveB says:

    if the DOJ are to continue trolling Trump with RollingStones lyric themed operation titles
    then the Trump ordered probe into synthetic allegtion of infiltration of his campaign
    might be
    “Mad bull lost its way” (GimmeShelter)

    • bmaz says:

      From my cheap seats, perhaps the greatest rock and roll song ever (especially a couple of certain live versions). If not, pretty far up there.

  9. jo blow says:

    what could possibly be wrong with the cia / fbi spying on a pre -election campaign of one of the candidates for the presidency? lol… it couldn’t possibly look bad on obama or the agencies themselves could it? next thing you know we’ll find out the russia set up  inside the trump campaign was the excuse for the mueller investigation… nothing wrong here, lol…

    • bmaz says:

      You mean other than it was a proper CI investigation that a federal judge has already declared that the DOJ would have been derelict to have NOT investigated?


      Is THAT what you are bellowing about? Yes? Next time you want to “LOL” here, go look at your own face in the mirror. Better yet, don’t come back again without something intelligent to say.

      • SpaceLifeForm says:

        Always assume a missing snark or missing sarcasm tag at the end. Assume it was missing, then re-read it.

        Yes, I realize, a Judge would not be amused.

    • pseudonymous in nc says:

      blow job appears to be arguing that it’s fine to pal about with foreign intelligence agents as long as you file the appropriate FEC forms. Funny how none of the other GOP candidacies appear to have faced this problem.

    • orionATL says:

      a very interesting history reading.


      republicans who remember their institutional history accuse others of doing today what they did in yesteryear.

          • Rusharuse says:

            “the special councils office doesn’t seem to have that sort of understanding that there’re interfering with things that are much bigger than them or us”. Giuliani on Fox May 16. . . . WTF!!

            A good novelist/scriptwriter could build a story of international intrigue, something really, really dark around that quote (Max von Sydow cast (against type) as Mueller?). Besides Trump has once before raised the specter of a 2nd amendment solution. In this day n age could you not reasonably argue that victory for either side may be just a shot away, a shot away?

  10. greengiant says:

    O.T. Sixty Minutes, Theranos was massive fraud, Mattis was on board of directors, Devos and Murdoch lost millions. Clue to Earth.These people are incompetent, KSA nuke proposals etc are made with the same power point software. For those who defend the integrity of SDNY and the FBI over the last 30 years I submit “I need to walk that back” Rudy and James Kallman.
    2. Per EW copy of @JackPosobiec limited hangout that Halper’s name will appear in FISA court order form the same people who had me, (NOT), at “Hillary is a pedophile” “will be indicted”.
    3. Similar limited hangout that DOJ IG Horowitz has referred grounds for criminal prosecution in Clinton investigations to Huber. Trump media circus still batting 1000 on lies or irrelevant.

    • Trip says:

      “2. Per EW copy of @JackPosobiec limited hangout that Halper’s name will appear in FISA court order form the same people who had me, (NOT), at “Hillary is a pedophile” “will be indicted”.”

      It’s not clear what you are saying here. So far, there is no connection to Halper from Clinton.


    • Frank Probst says:

      Mattis may be many things, but incompetent is not one of them.  There are many people who naively saw themselves as “guardrails” against Trump’s lunacy.  Almost all of them have either resigned or been fired, and they’ve had to debase and humiliate themselves along the way.  Mattis hasn’t done anything to kneel down and kiss Trump’s ring.  He’s been quietly running the DoD in a relatively sane manner for over a year.  No one else has lasted that long without looking like a fool or an asshole.  I wouldn’t underestimate him.

      • Trip says:

        If Mattis wasn’t incompetent in his position on the board at Theranos, that would indicate a willingness to perpetuate a fraud for profit.

  11. Mitch Neher says:

    BMAZ said, “I probably need to do more Zappa and Mothers when we crank Trash Talk back up.”

    Devylin, a modified dog, viewed the quivering fringe of a special . . . (how do you spell doilly?)

  12. Trip says:

    In today’s TYRANT Tantrum update:

    Trump DEMANDS investigations via f-king twitter. Add to that his demand to punish Bezos with higher shipping rates because he doesn’t like him.

    So glad I live in a democracy.


    • Trip says:

      In which Kate Mckinnon is a better, more honest, translator of Giuliani than Haberman:

      emptywheel‏ @emptywheel
      Trump’s favorite NYT scribes should refrain from analysis bc it always demonstrates how much they’ve internalized Trump’s bullshit.

      Nice work, NYT! Maybe Trump won’t hurt your feelings again.

    • SteveB says:

      Bob Bauer demolishes Dershovitz “Trumped Up” book in a piece at Justsecurity. Given that Dershovitz is the poster boy “non-partisan” proponent of untramelled presidentialism, it is quite amusing to view his opus being systematically eviscerated and then the corpse danced upon with comments such as

      “The Dershovitz treatment of the pardon power is similarly short on sustained argument, internally inconsistent and long on the questionable use of ‘historical context’ ”
      fully justified by the dissection we witness Bauer perform.

      • Trip says:

        I haven’t read it, but thanks for the recommendation. What a disingenuous load of poop Dershowitz is. Anyone connected to Gatestone and who was instrumental in crafting the Muslim ban has no place discussing ‘partisan’ anything. Gatestone manufactured “No Go Zones” and he wants to talk about criminalizing politics?

        Is Dershowitz registered as a lobbyist for Israel, BTW?  Because it’s clear that that is his main function and he is willing to kill democracy in the US for it.

        • interstitial Matter says:

          Makes you wonder doesn’t it?

          Did anyone see Douche-o-witz on ABC’s “This Week” yesterday? Especially anyone who has studied law.

          With regards to the ‘ambiguity’ of law?

          • Trip says:

            He is insufferable and unwatchable, as far as I am concerned. I can’t stomach him.

            Go back over archived articles in the last several years (mostly) in Israeli news outlets, and how Dershowitz “demanded” policies of Obama in re to Israel. And then how he railed against him. Then note that Bolton was also associated with Gatestone, as well as the Mercers. The picture becomes clearer as to why he contorts the analysis of the law to suit Trump.

            I read the article SteveB linked and it seems like even he has some issues trying to justify his OWN legal arguments. The part of his brain that is actually still a lawyer must be in revolt.

            • interstitial Matter says:

              I was curious what others who have law school ‘under their belts’ thought about his assertion that ‘the laws’ can mean whatever you want it to mean. Because of this, he believes that our laws need to be rewritten?!?

              How can Harvard Law allow this arrogant muddled twit to be a professor?

  13. tryggth says:

    I hearby demand that Nunes and Trump come clean about why they really want the confidential informant information. Brennan is right. Ryan knows exactly what is going on. And its worse than many of the things that have preceded it.

  14. Soldalinsky says:

    Wow!  Stefan Halper was paid over a million dollars in the last few years by the DoD!

    The most recent award to Halper for $411,575 was made in two payments, and had a start date of September 26, 2016 – three days after a September 23 Yahoo! News article by Michael Isikoff about Trump aide Carter Page, which used information fed to Isikoff by “pee pee gate” dossier creator Christopher Steele.

    This looks like entrapment!


    • bmaz says:

      Dear “Soldalinsky”, you would not understand the legal parameters of “entrapment” if they bit you in the ass. This is yet another trollish comment on your way to oblivion here.

      • Pig in the Trough says:

        C’mon bmaz, I need a good laugh today. When Soldalinsky has made us giggle –  then ban or send to oblivion, at your discretion of course.

      • Soldalinsky says:

        Ok.  I retract my statement.  I don’t have the time right now to argue or explain and I don’t have the experience that bmaz does in criminal law.  Can we at least agree that this looks extremely sinister?

        This whole ordeal is better than any book I’ve ever read.  I understand it’s complicated and I got a bit excited.  I apologize.

        • Pig in the Trough says:

          Here’s what is sinister:
          That the individuals which were ‘brushed up’ had done enough to trigger the ‘brush ups’.
          If you are a citizen of the U.S., I would think that you would want our counter-espionage details to look into the activities of individuals which keep setting off alarms to at least try to attempt to clear, protect, or advise to investigate those individuals. Anything less would be dereliction of duty by the said counter-espionage organization to our nation, wouldn’t it?

          • SpaceLifeForm says:

            I would not assume that just because one is an American citizen that they are not suspect in any counter intelligence investigation.

            Far from it.

            • Pig in the Trough says:

              If this was directed at me, I would suggest rereading what I wrote. It seems you are missing or adding something.

          • Bardi says:

            Very well said.  IANAL, but I would want an investigation into anything that set off alarms concerning our Constitution.

        • SpaceLifeForm says:

          It does look suspicious, but for reasons that are not obvious.

          Believe the recent news is entirely related.

    • Rusharuse says:

      WOW!!! I guess this clears Mr Trump. Let’s pack a hamper’n head on down to Gorky park for a picnic!

  15. Trip says:

    EPA boots reporters from summit on toxic chemicals

    The Environmental Protection Agency barred journalists and the public from Tuesday’s national summit on its plans to address toxic chemicals contaminating drinking water — despite Administrator Scott Pruitt’s statements that the issue is one of his top priorities.
    A small group of journalists including a POLITICO reporter were permitted to attend Pruitt’s opening remarks at the event at EPA’s headquarters where federal and state regulators gathered with business organizations and environmental groups. But those journalists were escorted out shortly after — and other news organizations, including The Associated Press and CNN, were barred from attending.

    Guards barred an AP reporter from passing through a security checkpoint inside the building. When the reporter asked to speak to an EPA public-affairs person, the security guards grabbed the reporter by the shoulders and shoved her forcibly out of the EPA building.
    Pruitt has faced criticism in recent weeks over emails showing the EPA sought to intervene in a critical study on the contaminants.


    Give him a big cup of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl. In fact, let’s give him a year’s supply.

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