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Kellyanne Conway dispatched to scare up money after Trump ‘struggled’ to pay for transition team

Raw Story Monday, 2 January 2017
Donald Trump had a hard time fundraising while running for president, but he’s also having a rough time raising money for the transition team. According to a WVFO report, Kellyanne Conway is scheduled to speak at a $5,000-per-person fundraiser in Buffalo, New York this week to raise money. Pre...
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News video: Trump's Team Avoids Questions On Russian Hacking

Trump's Team Avoids Questions On Russian Hacking 00:30

President elect Donald Trump's team continue to dodge the topic of Russia's involvement in the hacking of the US Presidential election. On Sunday, top Trump aide Kellyanne Conway was asked about Trump's stance on the issue and Conway immediately deflected the question simply stating that "Russia,...

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