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Trump's Russia Problem Is Far from Marginal -By John Cassidy

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It’s getting difficult to keep up with the Russia/Trump story; here’s some of what we know. "Despite Comey’s testimony, many GOP,like Nunes, head of the House Intelligence Com., are still determined to change the subject from Russia & the Trump campaign to unauthorized leaks or alleged government surveillance of Trump & his aides, and the spectre of Americans conspiring with agents of Vlad the Bad to influence last year’s election.  The CNN report wasn’t the only Russia story to emerge on Wed. Earlier in the day, the Associated Press reported quoted from a 2005 document in which Manafort made a pitch:"offering a great service that can re-focus, both internally and externally, the policies of the Putin government."In all of this, there is much that remains murky. One thing shines through, though. The White House’s “marginalia” problem is far from marginal, and it isn’t going away."

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