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Russia Ties

At times Donald Trump puts the interests of Russia and Vladimir Putin above the U.S. What exactly are Trump’s ties to Russia? Why is he so keen on praising Putin, and so worried about not offending him? Who is our president really serving?

Erik Prince and a back-channel to Russia

Blackwater founder Erik Prince, provides significant insight into Trump associates, official and unofficial, attempting to establish a Russian back channel.

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Did the Trump campaign reach out to Russia for help?

If Mueller learns that Trump campaign members, including Paul Manafort, reached out to Russia, then the campaign actively sought foreign intervention in American elections. That is breaking the law.

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Roger Stone and his summer with WikiLeaks

Trump associate Roger Stone’s ongoing relationship withJulian Assange and WikiLeaks strongly suggests that he played some role in communicating and helping to disseminate Russian-hacked information during the 2016 election.

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Trump sanctions Iran, but not Russia

Trump imposed new sanctions on Iran and left the Iran nuclear agreement despite Iran’s compliance with the agreement. Yet when Russia breaks international law, Trump drags his feet.

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All the money going to Michael Cohen

It’s hard to keep track of all the money Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen has been receiving, including $500,000 from a firm linked to a Russian oligarch and a $130,000 reimbursement from the president.

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Russian payments to Michael Cohen

A Russian oligarch paid Michael Cohen half a million dollars. This money could have been used to reimburse him for the hush money paid to Stormy Daniels.

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The Trump campaign met with a Russian informant

Don Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort met with a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower in June 2016 because she claimed to have “dirt” on Hillary Clinton. Now that lawyer has admitted to NBC that she is a Russian informant.

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What exactly are the Russia sanctions?

Sanctions can send a bold message that the U.S. is willing to protect its interests. If he truly puts Americans first, it is up to Trump to follow through with American law instead of cozying up to Putin.

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Trump’s reversal of Russian sanctions

The White House said it would not impose new sanctions on Russia the day after U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said it would. Trump yet again demonstrates his weakness on Russian aggression.

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