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Trump fires back on bombshell NYT report on campaign’s ties to Russia

By Reuters
16 February 2017   |   4:20 am
U.S. President Donald Trump assailed U.S. intelligence agencies on Wednesday for what he said were illegal information leaks and dismissed reports of contacts between members of his presidential campaign and Russian intelligence officials.

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