“Trump Distances Himself From His Own Remarks On Russian Election Meddling” Reply


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U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin talk during the family photo session at the APEC Summit in Danang, Vietnam November 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

“Trump’s Russia Troubles Grow As Congressional Investigators Want To Question His Secretary”


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“The investigations are hitting home for Trump. If he had nothing to do with the Russia scandal, why are investigators talking to his secretary? The answer is that despite Trump’s claims that the collision never happened, his secretary’s name was mentioned by the person setting up the meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and the Russian representative.”  MORE

“Special Counsel Robert Mueller Reportedly Assembles Grand Jury, Ramping Up Russia Probe”


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“Malcolm Nance Throws Hammer Down On White House, Says Trump Is Under Complete Russian Control”


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“He may not even know that he is an asset under your control until you pull that string, and then suddenly you need him to do things for you – and they do.”

“Report Says U.S. Intelligence Agencies Heard Russian Officials Discussing Trump Team In 2015”


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The report comes one day after Donald Trump Jr. released emails detailing plans for his meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer.

“Donald Trump Jr. Met With Russian Lawyer After Being Promised Damaging Intel On Hillary Clinton: Report”


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“Senate Intel putting Russia probe on fast track”


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Chairman Burr hopes to wrap up the investigation by the end of this year and is pushing an ‘aggressive’ interview schedule.

“Rachel Maddow Explosively Exposes How Republicans Are Trying To Stop The FBI Russia Investigation”


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Rachel Maddow exposed how Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are trying to stop the FBI’s investigation into Trump collusion with Russia through an effort to discredit the purpose of the investigation.

“Sessions to testify in open hearing before Senate Intelligence Committee”


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The attorney general is facing increased scrutiny from lawmakers after former FBI Director James Comey testified last week. | Getty

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