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Robert Mueller’s indictment of Russians

I’m reading it, paragraph by stunning paragraph. Even before I finish, two impressions: First, Mueller’s team of investigators are mind-blowingly smart. I’m reading this and thinking, “How on earth did they uncover such specific information, such damning facts?” For one … Continue reading

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Collusion: a big Russian mistake?

I just finished reading Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, And How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win, by the British journalist, Luke Harding. Harding lays out the several-decade chronology of Trump’s Russian connections, ending with Robert Mueller’s three indictments (so far). … Continue reading

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Collusion and the Russian character

Last night I earmarked a paragraph in Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win, by Luke Harding, to give you today — because I found it crazily funny and fit into my admittedly prejudicial idea … Continue reading

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