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The document intends to rebut Republican claims that federal law enforcement overstepped in seeking approval to wiretap Carter Page.
The filing intensified legal pressure on the two former Trump campaign aides.
Alex van der Zwaan admitted he lied about communications with Rick Gates in connection with work for the Ukrainian government.
Russians in St. Petersburg passed English-language tests and studied U.S. politics to target what they called the ‘crap country.’
The indictment targets the Internet Research Agency, a known Russian entity, for meddling with the 2016 election.
Donald McGahn has been asked repeatedly to intervene with the Justice Department but has returned few results.
The president has directed the Justice Department to work with House lawmakers so some form of the document could be made public, the White House counsel said Friday night.
Christopher Steele struggled to navigate dual obligations — to his private clients, who were paying him to help Hillary Clinton win, and to a sense of public duty born of his previous life
Christopher Steele, a British former intelligence officer, produced 17 reports that allege that the Trump campaign had deep ties to Russia.