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Robert David Steele, Tom Scott Gordon, and Sander Hicks on “9/11 Memos to Trump”
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First half hour: Robert David Steele just published “Memorandums for the President on 9/11“—a collection of succinct arguments from 27 9/11 experts urging the president to re-open 9/11 and fulfill his campaign promise: “Elect me and you’ll find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center.” In this interview, Steele—a former CIA Clandestine Services Officer who later founded the Open Source Intelligence movement—argues that Trump can, should, and quite possibly will “make America great again” by revealing the truth about the crime of the century. Steele has channels to Trump and argues that Trump very likely will…

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