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Manafort Spread Ukraine Conspiracy Theory Months Before 2016 Election

NYTimes.com Monday, 4 November 2019
Documents from the special counsel’s inquiry show that President Trump’s former campaign chairman shared the theory shortly after stolen Democratic emails were published that June.
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