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Trump and Kellyanne Conway deny Russia blackmail allegations

MailOnline Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Donald Trump and Kellyanne Conway have rubbished claims U.S. intelligence officials provided the president-elect with information showing Russia had a 'blackmail file' on him.
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Former campaign manager, now counsel to President -elect Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway is shooting down details of a 35 page report claiming that the Trump campaign had deep Russian ties. Conway is calling the explosive intel - claim unsubstantiated, fake news. She says the report is not "intel" but...

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