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Trump partisans have claimed that Mueller's investigation is biased because some members of his staff supported his rival Hillary Clinton.From the start of the campaign, Trump spoke of his affinity for Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Trump's aides followed his lead.Through cutouts, the Russians over the next eight months allegedly spooled out damaging information about Clinton to the media, sometimes egged on by Trump and his associates.Don Jr. eagerly met Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya on June 9 at Trump Tower.Trump's hunt for Clinton emails continued in June, when Jared Kushner hired Cambridge Analytica to do campaign research. Trump promised "very, very interesting" revelations about Clinton in June, the same month an alleged Russian cutout dubbed "Guccifer 2.0" began leaking DNC documents.The next time Trump demands a probe of Mueller's investigation or the FBI's handling of Clinton emails, remember that he isn't arguing the facts or the law about collusion with Russia.
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