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Explainer: How Trump used the U.S. government to chase conspiracy theories

Oct 10 2019

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump has enlisted parts of the U.S. government and key allies in the pursuit of unproven or disproven conspiracy theories, some incubated in the dark and anonymous corners of the internet.

Explainer: How Trump used the U.S. government to chase conspiracy theories

Oct 10 2019

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump has enlisted parts of the U.S. government and key allies in the pursuit of unproven or disproven conspiracy theories, some incubated in the dark and anonymous corners of the internet.

Treason! Arrest him! The Democratic lawmaker who enrages Donald Trump

Oct 03 2019

WASHINGTON For nearly three years, President Donald Trump has dismissed the investigations that have shadowed almost every day of his presidency as hoaxes and witch-hunts, and the people leading them as crooks and liars. | Video

NEWSMAKER-Treason! Arrest him! The Democratic lawmaker who enrages Donald Trump

Oct 03 2019

WASHINGTON, Oct 3 For nearly three years, President Donald Trump has dismissed the investigations that shadowed almost every day of his presidency as hoaxes and witch-hunts, and the people leading them as crooks and liars.

In pushing probe of rival, did Trump enlist the U.S. government?

Sep 30 2019

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump pressed his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate a political foe.

A computer server haunted Clinton in 2016. Now it may be Trump's turn

Sep 26 2019

WASHINGTON As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump repeatedly attacked his Democratic adversary Hillary Clinton in 2016 over her use of a private computer server for official emails when she was U.S. secretary of state.

A computer server haunted Clinton in 2016. Now it may be Trump's turn

Sep 26 2019

WASHINGTON As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump repeatedly attacked his Democratic adversary Hillary Clinton in 2016 over her use of a private computer server for official emails when she was U.S. secretary of state.

A computer server haunted Clinton in 2016. Now it may be Trump's turn

Sep 26 2019

WASHINGTON, Sept 26 As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump repeatedly attacked his Democratic adversary Hillary Clinton in 2016 over her use of a private computer server for official emails when she was U.S. secretary of state.

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