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From: Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>
Subject: OT: "A jarring picture"
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From: Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>
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Subject: OT: "A jarring picture"
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2018 13:07:41 -0800
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'Trump's in-plain-sight embrace of Russia gets obscured by the Trump 
news avalanche. It's worth reviewing what's been established so far.

Long before running for president, Trump relied on Russian money.

Trump consistently defends Russia and attacks U.S. officials 
investigating Russia.

As Robert Mueller accumulates guilty pleas and cooperating witnesses, 
President Donald Trump stands behind a final redoubt: Nobody has shown 
he conspired with Russia in 2016.

Whether Mueller ultimately alleges such a crime remains unknown. He now 
has help from Trump's former national security advisor, deputy campaign 
chief and campaign foreign policy advisor — all of whom have admitted 

But whatever the special counsel concludes legally about "collusion," 
evidence on public display already paints a jarring picture. It shows an 
American president who has embraced Russian money and illicit favors, 
while maintaining rhetoric and policies benefiting Russia and 
undercutting national security officials of his own country.'