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Comey concerned Trump would use Russian disinformation

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Comey concerned Trump would use Russian disinformation

Comey concerned Trump would use Russian disinformation

Asked by Senator Dianne Feinstein whether he is concerned President Donald Trump would use Russian disinformation to his advantage as he seeks re-election, Former FBI Director James Comey answered 'yes.'


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