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Trump and the GOP have a conspiracy theory on Ukraine
President Trump continues to push a fictitious theory that Ukraine actually meddled in the 2016 election. Chris Cillizza explains how these false narratives are dangerously entering the American political sphere. SOURCES AND FURTHER READING: Here's Who Found That Russia Meddled in the 2016 Election https://bit.ly/380Lsbv Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election https://bit.ly/385LZt4 Trump continues to push debunked Ukraine conspiracy theory https://abcn.ws/2DHaKxB Debunking the Trump-backed conspiracy theory on Ukraine election meddling https://cnn.it/35WYg0J Surprise: Trump allegedly got his Ukraine conspiracy theory from the Russia-tied criminals on his campaign https://wapo.st/2Ymqv6N Not enough Pinocchios for Trump’s CrowdStrike obsession https://wapo.st/2DHH0Rc The most revealing Clinton campaign emails in WikiLeaks release https://politi.co/2RdKuCP This Republican senator keeps pushing a delusion about Ukraine and the 2016 election https://cnn.it/2OHLtJQ Trump complains Ukraine ‘hated’ him as a candidate, but lots of foreign officials opposed him https://wapo.st/2YbcY1H 61 not-very-positive things foreign leaders have said about Donald Trump https://wapo.st/2OOefZz 12 Russian Agents Indicted in Mueller Investigation https://nyti.ms/2rU7ps8 About me: I was named "best dressed" in 7th grade. That, along with being CNN's editor at large and author of the daily "Point" newsletter are my proudest achievements. Look for me here every Tuesday and Thursday to find out what’s really going down in politics. CREDITS Writer: Chris Cillizza The Point team: Leigh Munsil and Allison Gordon Editor: Steven Sevilla Producer: Arielle Sacks #CNN #News #Cillizza


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