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White House Spokesman Insists Trump Said He Would Inform the FBI About Foreign Dirt

Mediaite Thursday, 13 June 2019
There was a clean-up effort on Thursday at Aisle: Fox News when White House spokesman *Hogan Gidley* insisted that President *Donald Trump* was clear on how he'd inform the FBI of any nefarious information he obtains on his opponents from foreign nationals.
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President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would see nothing wrong in accepting damaging information on a U.S. political opponent if it were offered to his re-election campaign by a foreign government. Jonah Green is on the story.

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