It began with allegations of Moscow meddling in the 2016 presidential election and resulted in legal chaos inside the White House.
Many current and former close associates of President Donald Trump have been ensnared in an investigation into whether the Trump campaign cooperated with the Russians to influence his election. And that’s just the beginning.
CGTN’s Jessica Stone reports.
To discuss all of this:
- Lester Munson is with the BGR Group, a government relations firm in Washington, DC.
- Simon Marks is the president and chief correspondent for Feature Story News.
- Vladimir Golstein teaches Slavic Studies at Brown University.
- Lynn Sweet is the Washington bureau chief for the Chicago Sun-Times.
In Trump's White House, rage and backstabbing go both ways. Bob Woodward’s new book examines a presidency’s ‘nervous breakdown.’ https://t.co/noTMJ98U8E
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According to the Failing New York Times, the FBI started a major effort to flip Putin loyalists in 2014-2016. “It wasn’t about Trump, he wasn’t even close to a candidate yet.” Rigged Witch Hunt!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 3, 2018