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‘A timeline of treason” Watch Keith Olbermann connect the dots of Trump’s ties to Putin’s Russia

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Longtime broadcaster Keith Olbermann’s latest episode of “The Resistance” put recent revelations about Trump campaign collusion with the Russians into chronological order, revealing a “timeline of treason” during the 2016 presidential campaign.

“The sheer volume of information in this one thread of the Trump campaign conspiracy is so overwhelming that only when viewed chronologically does it make any sense,” Olbermann of the June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with Natalia Veselnitskaya. “Or does it become clear that it is, in short, a timeline of treason.”

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Going back to the spring of 2015, the veteran broadcaster recalled the tick-tock of revelations of collusion. The timeline doesn’t just contain the actions of Donald Trump, Jr. but also those of his father, President Donald Trump.

Olbermann closed the segment by addressing White House advisor Kellyanne Conway, saying, “your client can turn himself in any time now.”

Watch Keith Olbermann’s GQ show, “The Resistance”

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