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MSNBC panel skeptical of Senate Intel Committee report of no collusion

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MSNBC panel skeptical of Senate Intel Committee report of no collusion

MSNBC panel skeptical of Senate Intel Committee report of no collusion

An MSNBC panel discussed the report that the Senate Intelligence Committee could find no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia.

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