Russian agents trying to dig up dirt on Donald Trump would show they do not assume he is their friend, says former Foreign Secretary
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 The backlash came as No10 sought to distance itself from a report - apparently compiled by a former MI6 operative - claiming the Russians have a file of incriminating material.
Donald Trump has rubbished fresh claims that Russian intelligence agencies have obtained personally compromising information about him. The allegations, which for the moment are said to remain unsubstantiated but highly embarrasing, relate to the President-elect’s political and personal dealings....
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