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Trump deputy campaign manager denies Russian collusion during election: ‘I never saw any Russians’

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Appearing on Meet the Press, Citizen United President and former Trump Deputy Campaign Manager David Bossie said there could not have been any Russian involvement during the 2016 presidential campaign because he never saw any Russians.

Speaking with host Chuck Todd, Bossie was asked specifically about the campaign.

‘Was there a single [Russian] interaction that you witnessed,” Todd asked.

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“Not even one,” Bossie replied. “This investigation has been going on for a long time and I just don’t out there that there is a scintilla of Russian collusion.”

“This president, then the candidate — that was not part of the campaign,” he continued. “I never saw a Russian. I never saw a Russian at Trump Tower. I never had any interactions with one, I was never on an email about one.”

Bossie’s disclaimer that Russians were never seen at Trump Tower, and that there was no collusion, flies in the face of the fellow campaign officials, Paul Manafort, Jared Kushner and Donald Trump Jr. held meetings there with Kremlin-linked envoys shopping information on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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‘Nakedly authoritarian’: Trump taunts security guard for not being rough with woman protester

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"One of his ugliest and most troubling performances in recent memory," one observer said of Trump's rally in Pennsylvania.

During a campaign rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania Tuesday night, just hours after House Democrats unveiled articles of impeachment, President Donald Trump criticized an arena security guard for not being sufficiently rough while removing a woman who protested the event.

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Russian TV to air comedy starring Ukraine president

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Russian TV was set Wednesday to start airing a popular comedy series starring Ukraine's actor-turned-president Volodymyr Zelensky as new efforts were underway to de-escalate a conflict in east Ukraine.

The Russian premiere of "Servant of the People", to screen on the entertainment channel TNT, comes two days after Russian President Vladimir Putin and Zelensky met in Paris for their first face-to-face talks.

Zelensky, 41, is a former comedian and TV actor who shot to fame in ex-Soviet Ukraine after portraying a schoolteacher in "Servant of the People" who becomes president when his expletive-laden tirade goes viral.

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MSNBC’s Morning Joe reveals one constitutional change that must be made if US survives Trump

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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough busted Attorney General William Barr for spreading the same lies about the FBI that Roy Cohn used to help Donald Trump and his father out of a racism jam.

The attorney general told NBC News reporter Pete Williams that the FBI had spied on Trump's 2016 campaign, although a court approved surveillance warrants against some associates, and the "Morning Joe" host warned that Barr was unraveling constitutional norms.

"This is the language that Roy Cohn used attacking the (Department of Justice) and the FBI back in the 1970s, when the federal government caught Donald Trump and his father discriminating against minorities, and he's doing the same thing," Scarborough said. "But he's the attorney general of the United States."

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