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Today we learned – shock! – the God-King was lying when he said he had no business interests in Russia. Specifically, the Washington Post reported that the God-King was pursuing a business deal in Moscow while running for president in 2015, that the God-King’s lawyer and executive VP, Michael Cohen, emailed Vladimir Putin’s personal aide seeking help to get the deal through, and the New York Times reported that God-King mob ally Felix Sater promised Cohen that Putin would “help get Donald elected.” The Post has a year-by-year tick-tock on the God-King’s business dealings in Russia and Talking Points Memo’s Josh Marshall has more analysis. Will GOP voters, or House and Senate Republicans, care that the Trump-Russia ‘conspiracy theories’ are, in fact … fact?


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