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Friday, March 23, 2018

White house: intelligence agencies have denied the “election” of trump contacts with Russian intelligence

The chief of staff of the White house of the United States Raines. Primus intervened in the dispute between supporters and opponents of President Donald trump with a strong argument. He said that I think the officials from the highest circles of the U.S. intelligence community about allegations that a team of trump before the election, allegedly had contact with Russian intelligence.

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Priebus commented on the publication of The New York Times, in which, with reference to the American special services claimed that such contacts are the representatives of the electoral headquarters of the trump was. “Senior officials in intelligence have assured me that the publication not only is a significant exaggeration, but inaccurate”, – quotes Primus Fox News. “They made it clear that this story is complete nonsense,” he added.

Note that the opponents of the trump of the Democratic party of the United States often resorting to the argument about the alleged connections of trump and his people with Russia. The head of state, these charges were dismissed, in response claiming that his opponents thus justify their own defeat.

However, some time after the conversation with the Russian Ambassador resigned the assistant to trump the national security Michael Flynn, who was considered one of the main supporters of rapprochement between Washington and Moscow.

According to experts, the publications of the media about possible ties with Russia can and does bring trump up impeachment.


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