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U.S. official: Intel officials briefed Obama, Trump on unverified reports that Russia allegedly had on president-elect.

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 11 January 2017 ()
WASHINGTON (AP) " U.S. official: Intel officials briefed Obama, Trump on unverified reports that Russia allegedly had on president-elect.
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A defiant President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday adamantly denied reports that Russia had obtained compromising personal and financial information about him, calling it a "disgraceful" that such material had been released. (Jan. 11)

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