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Trump Declines To Back US Intel On Russia Meddling

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 17 July 2018
By Steve Herman

Donald Trump, standing alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin, has declared he cannot see any reason to believe Moscow meddled in the election that led to him becoming U.S. president in 2016.

Every major U.S. intelligence agency has concluded there was such interference by Russia during the election and...
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News video: Trump Walks Back His Doubts About The US Intel On Russia's Meddling

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President Trump is reaffirming that Russia meddled in U.S. elections after facing criticism from lawmakers, including his own party.

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