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Trump States There's Nothing Wrong With Getting Info From A Foreign Government

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Trump States There's Nothing Wrong With Getting Info From A Foreign Government

Trump States There's Nothing Wrong With Getting Info From A Foreign Government

President Donald Trump revealed an interesting take on receiving damaging information of a U.S. political opponent.

He said he doesn’t see anything wrong in accepting information from a foreign government.

According to Reuters, he said he would alert the FBI about the communication but would listen to the information.

Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. was recently questioned by a U.S. Senate committee about this issue.

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