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White House Dismisses Reports of Bounties, but Is Silent on Russia

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 1 July 2020
Robert C. O’Brien, the national security adviser, told Fox News that President Trump knew nothing about the reports because the briefer “decided not to” share unverified intelligence with him.
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