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On March 24, 2019, Attorney General William Barr published a premature summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report in which Barr claimed that Mueller found there was "no collusion" between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.

On Monday, conservative lawyer George Conway and CNN analyst Eli Honig predicted that Barr was hiding something based on how he summarized Mueller's findings.

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All nine Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee signed a letter on Thursday demanding the immediate resignation of their chair, Democrat Adam Schiff (CA).

Republicans are upset with Schiff for refusing to back down on his assertions that President Donald Trump's campaign had inappropriate communications with Russians during the 2016 campaign. Representative Mike Conaway (R-TX) read the letter aloud on the House floor after introducing it.

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday falsely asserted that the judge in Paul Manafort's Virginia sentencing hearing vindicated his assertions that there was "no collusion" between his presidential campaign and Russia.

Manafort was sentenced to 43 months in prison for fraud unrelated to Russian collusion.

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President Donald Trump lashed out at his former fixer Michael Cohen on Twitter Wednesday morning hours after Cohen's opening statement to the House Oversight Committee was published late Tuesday night.

Cohen, who last year pleaded guilty to eight felonies including lying to Congress, intends on telling the world that Trump is a "racist," "con man," and a "cheat," that Trump knew about Roger Stone instructing Wikileaks to release stolen emails to damage Hillary Clinton, and that Trump directed Cohen to lie about a secret Trump Tower Moscow deal Trump was pursuing during the campaign.

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Roger Stone, the indicted longtime friend & advisor to President Donald Trump, has issued an apology to Judge Amy Berman Jackson for posting a picture of her under crosshairs to Instagram over the weekend.

Jackson is the presiding judge for Stone's case in DC federal court.

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Roger Stone, former advisor to President Donald Trump, was indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on seven counts of obstruction of justice, witness tampering, and lying to federal investigators.

FBI agents stormed Stone's Florida home early Friday morning and arrested Stone, whose connections to Wikileaks during the 2016 presidential election have been under the eye of Mueller and his team of prosecutors.

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The President's attorney and New York City's former Mayor Rudy Giuliani has become infamous for his televised tirades, in which he claims there's been "no collusion" between President Donald Trump and Russia. He decries the Mueller investigation into Russian influence on the United States election as a "witch hunt," because—according to Giuliani—"truth is not truth."

Last night while speaking with CNN Host Chris Cuomo, he let some "not truth" slip. As Cuomo pressed Giuliani on his insistence that there was no suggestion of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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